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Short Breaks

Here we will take you to cities, ancient towns, mountains and beachs. Our selection of short breaks offers you from a half day tour to a long weekends.
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    When entering the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh and Siem Reap after, it will bring you full of magic colors every day. Especially the ancient city of Siem Reap, there will be many famous monuments...
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    Avatar - a legend in the film making industry, and the real “Pandora” is in the magnificent Zhangjiajie National Forest...
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    In the past Pingyao was a financial center of China, today it is famous for its well-preserved ancient City Wall, thousands of Ming- and Qing-style residences and Qiao Family’s...
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    “The loveliest mountain of China-Yellow Mountain”, it was acclaimed through art and literature during Chinese history. Today it holds the same fascination for visitors, poets, painters and...
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    This festival - one of the most famous in Japan - is originated as part of a purification ritual (goryo-e) to appease the gods thought to cause fire, floods and...
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    It’s an ideal place to relax away from modern day pressure thanks to the magnificent natural beauty of e.g. the Xilamuren Grasslands and Kubuqi Desert. The best time to visit the grassland is in...
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    Qufu contains numerous historic palaces, temples and cemeteries. Many of the major cultural sites in the city are all associated with Confucius, such as the three sites of the Temple of Confucius,...
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    A world of snow and ice will be revealed to you in this ‘Ice City’. Harbin is recognized as the cradle of ice andsnow art in China and is famous for its exquisite and artistic ice and snow...
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    Saigon or Ho Chi Minh City, a young city with the age of more than 300 years, a centre of culture, education, commerce and tourism of Vietnam, the biggest city of Vietnam mix with the West and the...
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    Many of us saw Tokyo for the first time in Scarlett Johanson and Bill Murray’s Lost in Translation: it showed us the loudest and most colorful Shinjuku and Shibuya districts, Karaoke at...