If you are you a traveller who likes to get off the beaten track, or a person who likes to seek out the unusual, take a look at some of the amazing listings in Concorde Travel's "Asia's Most Interesting Hotels" website.
This collection of Asia's most interesting and atmospheric places to stay has been the private collection of Concorde Travel's founder, Graham Elsom, for many years. It has been a hobby associated with his work to collect these hotels.
Graham has now decided to throw them out into the open for Concorde Travel clients.
Even if you are only an armchair traveller, you will find lots of interest in this ongoing collection.
|Myanmar ( 3 ) articles|
|KUNMING - Along the legendary “Old Burma Road”. 17 days
This fascinating journey gets under way in the Tibetan Highlands of a place called Shangri-La, maybe the Shangri-La that James Hilton describes in his novel "The Lost Horizon" as a hidden paradise at the foot of the Himalayan Mountains. We travel along the ancient "Tea and Horse Road”, one of the oldest trading routes in the world for tea from southern Yunnan to Tibet. We travel in the footsteps of legendary American General Stillweil along the infamous “Old Burma Road” towards Myanmar. The 1500km long Burma Road was built under enormous hardship during WW2 by the Allied Troops from Ledo in India across northern Burma to Kunming.
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|MYANMAR - Yangon, Bagan and Beach Vacation
The first inhabitants of Myanmar are generally considered to be the Mon people, from possibly as early as 3,000 BC. The Mon people settled in central Myanmar and on down along the Bay of Bengal covering the eastern coast. . . . .read more . . .
|MYANMAR – MV “Road to Mandalay Cruise” - 2011 dates.
Operated by the Eastern and Oriental Express line, this luxury riverboat offers trips up and down the Ayerwaddy River, the main highway of Myanmar.
The dining room and public rooms are very cosy and comfortable, the staff very attentive and the whole experience is one that you will remember for a very long time.
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