An Eastern Odyssey

an eastern odyssey

Sights, shopping, culture and cuisine are just a few of the things that the Far East has to offer its tourists. The only problem is with so much to see and do, it’s impossible to fit everything into one holiday. For this reason tours of the Far East come highly recommended as they incorporate the top attractions and ensure you visit all the must see destinations.

Those going on tours of the Far East should ensure that they stop at Kyoto in Japan at some point. Due to its interesting history there is so much to see and do including numerous temples, shrines and other historical structures. If you have a healthy cultural appetite this is one of the top places to visit in Japan due to the hundreds of attractions in the area as well as UNESCO World Heritage gardens.

Inevitably, another top destination when going on tours of the Far East is Tokyo. Those who enjoy busy city life will feel right at home here in one of the busiest cities in the world. Nowhere else will you find somewhere so vibrant and full of energy yet one minute you can be relaxing in peaceful gardens and the next be fighting your way through hectic streets.

Without a doubt Thailand has become one of the most popular holiday destinations amongst travellers from all over the world. From historical temples to floating markets it’s no surprise that in recent years so many people have chosen to take tours of Thailand. Bangkok is one of the most popular cities in the country and has always been a hit with holiday makers. The nightlife is excellent, there are plenty of shops, unusual things to do such as Thai boxing matches and there is plenty to see as well with all the historical temples.

From Hong Kong to Bangkok, the Far East is full of sensational sights, unusual surprises and diverse culture. It’s hardly surprising that tours of the Far East are becoming increasingly popular because with so much to see and do everybody is bound to have a great time.

Image belongs to: Christian Bachellier. Taken From: http://www.flickr.com   

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