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Far East Hotels and Flights

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£544 per person

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Exotic and beguiling

With an abundance of dazzling city experiences, exotic cultures and tropical wildlife encounters – Far East holidays are hard to beat. And then there are the beaches – little strips of paradise, with warm seas and idyllic sunsets. The Far East is where temples glint in the sun, skyscrapers sparkle in the cities; ancient ruins peek out from primeval rainforests, culinary aromas rise from every street corner. Hang on to a Tuk-Tuk through bustling Bangkok, marvel at the breathtaking scenery of Vietnam’s Halong Bay or the ruins of Angkor Wat in Cambodia. Create a twin or multi centre holiday , browse here for inspiration or check out our best Far East deals.

 

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Far East Tours (47)

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Far East Multi Centre Holidays (65)

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Far East Cruises (2)

Broaden your horizons on a voyage of discovery.

Far East Rail Journeys (2)

Watch the world go by on a classic train journey.

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Our favourite time to go to Far East

Weather

Avg Max TempAvg Rainfall
JAN
6°C
62mm
FEB
7°C
61mm
MAR
10°C
125mm
APR
15°C
140mm
MAY
19°C
151mm
JUN
23°C
169mm
JUL
27°C
183mm
AUG
28°C
186mm
SEP
25°C
215mm
OCT
19°C
235mm
NOV
14°C
108mm
DEC
9°C
45mm
Our Favourite Time
Rainy Season
Find more about Japan

Autumn Season

Typhoons continue to pound Japan with heavy rains and wind into early autumn, but by October the temperatures cool and the rains stop. October and November see the leaves change and the landscape turn to the dramatic hues of autumn.  

Our Favourite Season

April is a spectacular month to visit Japan because of the sakura (cherry blossoms), which burst into bloom, gracing the country with elegant pink and white petals. November is also a good month, when the splendid autumn foliage and pleasant temperatures beckon visitors to the stylish Japanese gardens. 

Spring Season

Japan is absolutely beautiful in the spring. Cherry blossoms bloom and the vegetation comes alive. The temperatures become comfortably warm with sunny days and cool nights. 

Summer Season

Summer in Japan is hot and very humid, with the rainy season falling between June and July. Although it doesn’t rain every day the clouds stay heavy and grey. The end of summer sees the beginning of typhoon season. 

Winter Season

Japan has brief winters with cold and sunny days. Occasional snow falls in the lower regions such as Tokyo with more snow falling and bitterly cold temperatures in the mountains. Days tend to be very short, with the sun setting around 4.30 pm. 

Avg Max TempAvg Rainfall
JAN
26°C
238mm
FEB
27°C
165mm
MAR
27°C
174mm
APR
27°C
166mm
MAY
27°C
171mm
JUN
27°C
163mm
JUL
27°C
150mm
AUG
27°C
171mm
SEP
27°C
163mm
OCT
27°C
191mm
NOV
26°C
250mm
DEC
26°C
269mm
Our Favourite Time
Rainy Season
Find more about Singapore

Dry Season

Singapore’s weather does not vary much throughout the year, encountering a mix of gorgeous sunshine and brief, refreshing showers. Singapore also experiences high levels of humidity, but there are plenty of air-conditioned buildings to escape the heat.  

Our Favourite Season

Any time. Lying just north of the equator, Singapore basks in year round sunshine cooled by sporadic rainfall. A visit during the Formula One Grand Prix or festivals such as Chinese New Year will add to your cultural experience. 

Rainy Season

Brief rain showers are expected every month of the year, but rainfall is most consistent from November to January. Whenever you go, pack your waterproofs and consider a sudden shower or two just part of the Singapore experience.  

Avg Max TempAvg Rainfall
JAN
24°C
0mm
FEB
26°C
0mm
MAR
29°C
26mm
APR
33°C
20mm
MAY
30°C
418mm
JUN
28°C
517mm
JUL
28°C
482mm
AUG
28°C
634mm
SEP
28°C
375mm
OCT
30°C
109mm
NOV
27°C
11mm
DEC
24°C
4mm
Our Favourite Time
Rainy Season
Find more about Myanmar

Dry Season

Rainy Season

Winter Season

Avg Max TempAvg Rainfall
JAN
19°C
15mm
FEB
21°C
14mm
MAR
23°C
30mm
APR
25°C
90mm
MAY
26°C
188mm
JUN
26°C
263mm
JUL
26°C
275mm
AUG
25°C
345mm
SEP
25°C
254mm
OCT
24°C
164mm
NOV
21°C
69mm
DEC
19°C
26mm
Our Favourite Time
Rainy Season
Find more about Laos

Dry Season

Laos’ dry season can be further broken into a cool dry season (November to February) and a hot dry season (March to early May). The cool dry season is peak travel season, so expect crowds, while the hot dry season is extremely hot. 

Our Favourite Season

We love visiting Laos in the cool dry season between November and February. During these months the temperatures are not too hot and there is less chance of rain, leaving you to explore the country under clear, sunny skies. This is also Laos’s main holiday season. 

Rainy Season

Nepal’s rainy season runs from mid May or June to October, with heavy downpours falling in sporadic bursts. Humidity is high but broken by the heavy rains, which bring cooler air and are followed by blue skies. 

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