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"Asian Escapes Co., Ltd" is a Far East based travel and tour operator established since September 1998. Since our inception, we specialize in providing all ground arrangements in Far East destination such as Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Indochina, Hong Kong, Dubai and China.

For the past years, we have handled over 100,000 passengers in this region either on package tour, business trips, incentive programmes and conferences.



Dear Valued Business Partners,

Due to the unstable fluctuation of EURO currency against the various Asian currencies since past 6 months, we would like to inform that Asian Escapes will be switching all our business transactions to US Dollars as of 01st May 2015.

We are moving! Dubai office

Dear All,

Please be informed that our Dubai office has moved to the new location starting 23rd March and now can be contacted as per the below details:

Burlington tower, 27th floor,
Business Bay, Dubai
United Arab Emirates
Tel: +971 4 321 5567 | Fax : +971 4 701 9100

Familiarization Trip 03..07 March, 2015

Asian Escapes together with Qatar Airways have hosted Mice Agents from Turkey to Thailand during 03-07 March, 2015.

All Group members have experienced Qatar Airways Airbus A380 flight from Istanbul connecting by Doha to Bangkok and stayed first Amari Watergate Bangkok Hotel and then Amari Pattaya Hotel.

With full hotel inspections and dinings around, attractions like Full Day Floating Market & Kanchanaburi trip including River Kwai Bridge and Calypso Show at Asiateque by night, Coral Island Tour and more others was an amazing experience for the members both Bangkok and Pattaya.

Asian Escapes thank all hosts especially to Tourism Authority of Thailand, Qatar Airways, Amari Group Hotels (Bangkok & Pattaya), Swissotel Nailert Park, Courtyard by Mariott Pattaya Hotel, Calypso Show, Alaturka Restaurant and, most of all - the members who took their time to visit Thailand for this unforgettable trip.

Till we meet again - A Big Thank You!

Increase in visa fees for Cambodia

Dear Clients,

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of Cambodia announced late last week changes to visa fees beginning 1 October 2014. The change for Tourist Visa is as following:

US$ 30 for Tourist Visa (Type T)

Thailand’s tourism is still on the go

Dear Clients,

Thailand is always ready to welcome tourists with a friendly smile. Visitors planning to visit the kingdom need not worry about the country being under the administration of the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) as that has had no impact on Thailand’s tourism at all.

As a matter of fact, Thailand’s reputation as one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations is being strengthened. The NCPO has introduced and enforced a series of measures and developments in an aim to help improve the experience of travellers and tourists visiting the kingdom.

Over the last couple of weeks, Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumit Airport and Phuket International Airport have seen actions and measures launched in a bid to clampdown on the illicit control of taxi operations. Phuket has also witnessed its popular beaches in Surin, Bang Tao, Laypang, Layan and Patong being returned to their natural pristine states, following a clear-out of beach encroachment. Pattaya has also witnessed its beachside walk being cleared-out of illegal business operations.

Thailand remains a safe tourist destination, offering a wide variety of tourist attractions, ranging from unique culture, abundant natural beauty and remarkable variety of activities, including soft-adventure, spa, shopping and medical tourism.

Tayland herzaman turistlere sicak bir gulucukle merhaba demistir. Taylanda seyahat yapacaklarin artik herhangi bir endisesi olmasin.

Tayland yine dunyanin en popular destinasyonu oldugunu NCPO onderliginde tekrar kanitliyor.

Gecen birkac hafta icinde Suvamabhumit ve Puket uluslararasi havalimanlarinda legal olmayan taksi faaliyetlerine yonelik bir girisim oldu.Puketin meshur Surin’Bang Tao’Laypang’Layan ve Patong plajlari turistlerin rahat edebilecegi normal seyrine dondu.Pattaya da ayni sekilde guvenli bir yer haline getirildi.

Tayland turistler icin guvenli ve turistlere yonelik kultur,dogal guzellikler, spa,alisveris ve medikal turizmin yapildigi guvenli bir destinasyondur.

Increased fees for Visa on Arrival in Indonesia

Dear Clients,

Please be informed that effective from today, 3rd July 2014, at 00.00 local time, the Visa on Arrival fee at all Indonesian borders with Visa on Arrival facilities has been increased from US$ 25.00 to US$ 35.00 per person with validity of maximum 30 days stay.

Public holidays in July 2014

Dear Clients,

Please find below the dates of the public holidays in Indonesia, Cambodia, Myanmar, Laos, and Thailand during the month of July.During this time, staff will be on standby in offices to respond to any urgent cases.

Public Holidays in Indonesia
09 July 2014 - Presidential Election Day
28 - 29 July 2014 - Idul Fitri
30 - 31 July 2014 - Shared Holiday

Public Holiday in Cambodia
11 July 2014 - Ashes Procession of the Late King-Father

Public Holidays in Myanmar
11 July 2014 - Full Moon of Waso
19 July 2014 - Martyr's Day

Public Holiday in Laos
11 July 2014 - Buddhist Lent Day (Boun Khao Pansa, for Vientiane only)
Public Holiday in Thailand
11 July 2014 - Asarnha Bucha Day

SQ-2014 award received!

Dear Valued partners,

We are glad to announce that Asian Escapes has been awarded top 20 selling agencies in Istanbul by Singapore Airlines.

Asian Escapes Singapur hava yollari acentalari arasinda ilk 20 ye girerek odul aldi.

Situation Update: Thailand Political Development

Dear Clients,

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) is pleased to announce that all tourism-related businesses and services in destinations throughout the kingdom have resumed normal operations following the lifting of nationwide curfew as of last Friday, 13 June 2014.

The lifting of nationwide curfew by the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO), currently overseeing Thailand’s administration, came after the council gradually lifted curfew in major Thai tourist destinations over the last two weeks, thus demonstrating the council’s commitment to promote Thailand’s tourism.

TAT wants to assure all tourists visiting the kingdom that “it’s business as usual in Thailand” and that tourism remains unaffected by the current political transition period.

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