Cox & Kings has launched its new Far East brochure for 2013 featuring a comprehensive programme of escorted group tours and private tailor-made holidays to China, Japan, Mongolia and Southeast Asia.

New for 2013 are escorted group tours to North Korea, a range of private and group tours to Indonesia, a new group tour in south-east Asia and expanded tailor-made sections for China, Mongolia, Thailand and Burma.


As examples of prices, in Indonesia an11-night escorted group tour, Highlights of Indonesia, has been added and leads in at £2,995 per person. The tour begins in Java and visits the Temple of Prambanan and Borobudur, the colonial towns of Surabaya and Malang and Mount Bromo. On Bali, clients will stay in Ubud, located among rice paddies in the central foothills of the Gianyar regency.
Enchanting Bali & Lombok is also newly added to the operator's programme. The 11-day tour leads in at £2,145 per person and includes a train journey across Java and the opportunity to watch the sunrise from Mount Borneo.
The operator has also introduced a new private tour in Burma called Burma Explorer, which encourages clients to get away from the typical tourist sights to areas such as the sacred Golden Rock and Rudyard Kipling’s fabled Moulmein, which still retains a British colonial charm. The 16-night tour leads in at £4,245 per person, while a ten-night escorted group tour, The Golden Land of Burma, costs from £2,995.

All prices include flights, transfers, guided excursions, breakfast accommodation and other meals as specified.

For more information see or call 020-7873 5000.

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