Tailor-made holiday. It’s the biggest cliché in travel, and we’ve been as guilty as anyone. So many companies bandy it about: from niche tour operators to holiday package behemoths and high street travel agents. But what do ‘tailor-made holidays’ actually mean for you?
We’ve been planning holidays to South and Southeast Asia since 2004. Here, we document our extensive knowledge to help you plan your own holiday to this incredible region. You’ll find out when to go where and answers to many of your frequently asked questions, as well as advice for planning different types of trips. We also share honest and upfront insights into how holidays to South and Southeast Asia differ from other amazing regions of the world.
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Our Covid-19 testing for travel guide provides all the information about UK testing requirements for inbound and outbound travel
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Thinking of heading overseas this summer? You’re not alone. Despite the weakened pound, finder.com/uk has forecast that Brits will be taking more than 15 million trips abroad this summer alone. The travel bug might not be diminished in travellers, but there are still concerns over what Brexit has done to the value of the pound. And these aren’t invalid concerns – on average, the pound has fallen by 11.95% across 44 of the 48 countries that Brits travel to, which means you’re likely to be paying a little extra when transferring your pounds over to a foreign currency.