Chinese Whispers 2017 by Wendy Wu Tours

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what where when it’s time to start thinking about where you will go for your next holiday while many of our destinations can be visited year-round some have times of the year where travel is optimal here is a guide to help you on your way bagan myanmar april china there are so many good times to visit china however we would consider april to be a great time although the weat her varies from place to place enjoy the most pleasant temperatures in april with comfy spring-like days following you wherever you go may tibet may brings clear azure skies to tibet giving you the ultimate views of everest the ‘roof of the world’ and its stunning surroundings including mystical lhasa where temperatures reach a pleasant 20 degrees kh the region of northern india lada the state that sits in the shadows of ct to mighty himalayan range is perfe r crisp visit in june the weather is clea snow of r clea are s road and sunny and take me there to leh trans himalayan journey –

customer corner china my home away from home wendy wu tours vip and frequent traveller sandra alderton has travelled on nine wendy wu tours her incredible journey with us began in china in 2010 and from there she has journeyed several times through china and indochina not only that she enjoyed each tour as a single traveller we recently caught up with sandra to get some hints and tips and hear about what keeps her travelling with wendy wu tours time and time again ina expert now – you must be a ch ld you give to first what advice wou time travellers hutongs be ijing an open mind you need to go with lture some things and adapt to the cu d the people’s are very different an s come across as demeanours sometime how they are rude but that’s just any mandarin if you don’t speak ur with an englishgoing on a group to e way to do it speaking guide is th happen at the last sometimes changes y be delayed so minute or a flight ma along with it and you just have to go

see asia differently on our discovery tours seeing a country is just scratching the surface of what your holiday could be our discovery tours will give you a deeper understanding of the places you visit by experiencing them through handpicked activities unique to each destination free your adventurous side explore iconic sites and see asia from a different perspective china hike iconic landscapes hike in the footsteps of ming dynasty soldiers along the least visited sections of the great wall through the spiralling staircases of the longji or yuanyang rice terraces explore by bike cycle among paddy fields and limestone karsts or along xian’s ancient city wall indochina trek with hilltribes hike the rice terraces and colourful minority villages of sapa or the red yao villages of hoang su phi sightsee like a local take to hoi an’s streets by bicycle wind through the lush mekong delta by rickshaw |16 chinesewhispers call us on 1300 |08 0800 798 977 118

japan experience ancient traditions witness the art of a tea ceremony test your rhythm during a taiko drumming class sample sake squeeze into a kimono or cheer on champion sumo embrace the great outdoors hike the base of mt fuji make friends with snow monkeys and experience the magical sapporo snow ice festival india sri lanka walk in the footsteps of maharajahs stay overnight in a restored fort wander through colourful bazaars discover the world’s ultimate monument to love take me the r e don’t forget out our ep to checkic jou that take yo rneys u to trek sri lanka hike to stunning vantage points through tea plantations a national park and rice paddies  tibet’s evere st base camp  mongolia’s gobi desert  bhutan’s tig er ’s nest mon aster y  himalayan india  china ’s silk road  central asia’ s kyrgyzstan an d uzbekistan to book call 1300 798 11 8 wendywutours.com.au/chinese-whispers

‘a o show’ at saigon’s opera house saigon’s magnificent opera house is an ornate example of french colonial architecture the amazing a o show takes you on a journey through daily life in vietnam with acrobatics athleticism and theatrical visuals mehrangarh fort commanding atop a hill on the outskirts of the blue city of jodhpur is mehrangarh fort enjoy a glass of champagne as you take in the ornate architecture and enjoy the privilege of a private tour with one of the fort’s curators round off the evening with an exquisite meal marvel the mighty mount fuji at the 5th station of mount fuji be blown away by the panoramic vistas while sipping on a cold glass of japanese sake meet a geisha in training the age-old traditions of geishas are a part of quintessential japan spend an evening seeing a traditional maiko apprentice geisha perform japanese dance and song while dining on traditional cuisine fabulous features • small group sizes with • 5

travel tales the land of genghis khan – magical mongolia our product executive nicole black recently travelled to mongolia experiencing all manner of adventures we caught up with her to find out all about it how would you describe the people in mongolia there are no people as welcoming kind and generous as mongolians they are always curious of travellers and love to try to connect they are inspiring self-sustaining people full of hospitality and earthly wisdom i met a nomadic herdsman and his family at elsen tasarkhai who herd camel and sheep we were invited into their ger to enjoy homemade airag fermented mares milk a communal bowl is passed from guest to guest and it is customary to take at least a sip it has a salty sour flavour i was able to take a short ride on a bactrian two-humped camel native to mongolia we made our way to the sand dunes near their ger and the views were spectacular there was no other sound other than the faint steps of the camel on the soft sand

undiscovered china shanxi province with thousands of years of fascinatingly beijing diverse history shanxi china is one of xian the world’s oldest shanghai civilisations much of this ancient history can be found in the shanxi province a region in north eastern china that shares a border with inner mongolia if you’ve already ticked off china’s main sights then a tour of this intriguing region is a must for a second visit go back in time a trip to china’s shanxi province will take you back in time about 5,000 years with its ancient history and rich culture not to be confused with its neighbour the shaanxi province famous for the terracotta warriors this northern region contains some of the most significant ancient relics in china one of the highlights is the ancient walled town of pingyao it is probably the most famous city in shanxi and considered the best preserved in the whole of china the wall surrounding the city stretches about 6 kms enveloping the

let us guide you chimi bhutan as bhutan’s first female tour guide and having met with the current king at a round table of tour guides chimi has extensive experience guiding wendy wu passengers here she shares with us her insider tips must-sees and favourite bhutanese food puna k ha thimpu what do you enjoy the most about being a national escort i enjoy meeting people from different countries and learning all about your cultures i love my job too and i love being an ambassador for bhutan and sharing our culture traditions religion and legends with customers where do you like visiting the most on tour punakha it has so much history and is the location of the punakha dzong where all of bhutan’s kings have been crowned it is my favourite dzong in all of bhutan and there are many to choose from because of its history and inside it is the most beautiful with pillars covered in gold decoratively painted walls what’s your favourite local dish chilli with cheese locally

head to head rajasthan kerala two of india’s most enticing states compete in a clash of colourful culture… food culture the ‘land of kings’ a state born out of conflict rajasthan was once 22 feudal states a place where many a raj king went to war and then built a gorgeous architectural masterpiece to establish their new kingdom that’s why rajasthan has such a wealth of spectacular palaces and forts it has also remained thoroughly traditional a mixture of different peoples and cultures the locals still wear traditional dress beautifully coloured saris and turbans this is unquestionably india’s most exotic state attractions india’s largest state rajasthan packs a punch in the ‘things to do and see’ stakes from the unesco world heritage-listed forts that watch over their surrounding towns and cities from their hilltop perches to the vast stretches of starkly beautiful desert that you can survey from atop a camel to the

#what’s trending follow us on facebook twitter or instagram and keep up to date with what’s happening in the world of wu if you are looking for a little more inspiration take a look at our blog with plenty of articles to guide and inspire your next adventure the best of the china-australia blog wendy wu tours year of tourism 2017 staff hotlist for 2017 we love to share interesting stories and news on our blog and love talking all things travel this month we asked the staff at wendy wu tours where they want to travel to in 2017 our passports are ready is yours visit our blog wendywutours.com.au/blog the team at wendy wu tours recently attended the opening ceremony for the china-australia year of tourism at the sydney opera house officials from the australian and chinese governments attended and we were taken on a musical journey to celebrate china’s rich culture and tradition tailor-made travel independent tailor-made travel to asia is one of our areas of expertise

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