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Cheap hotels in Bali are common, but accommodation in Bali is not the only thing that is great value. Eating out, drink and local crafts can be picked up for very little, making the resort a great destination for a very cheap holiday. 

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If it’s a last minute hotel in Bangkok or something you want to book in advance your sure to find a great selection on our hotel only website.

Bangkok is the capital city and largest urban area in Thailand. It has a skyscraper vista, interspersed with the fabulous temples and the treasures within and with some of the worlds most congested roads down on the ground. 

Expect Bangkok to amaze you - it will overload all of your senses. Streets are crowded by tuk-tuks, motorized tri-shaws which are a fun way of getting around, with the intermittent elephant and Monks in bright orange robes making their way through the traffic. Food stalls sell fried grasshoppers and the enticing spicy aroma of Thai cooking float from the restaurants.

Skytrain the elevated railway is easy and inexpensive. It is the best mode of transport if you want certainty in your planning as the traffic can seriously disrupt your schedule.  Get as close to where you want to go on Skytrain, grab a taxi and you will get there.

So what must you see, apart from the sheer experience of being in Bangkok? The main treasures are: the Temple of the Golden Buddha (Wat Traimit).  The ten foot tall statue is made from solid gold, weighing over five tons.
The Grand Palace, a most beautiful ancient Siamese court, which was the home of the Kings of Bangkok. There are palaces for diverse occasions including the Funeral Palace, the Reception Palace, the Throne Hall, the Coronation Hall and the Royal Guest House. The Temple of the Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Kaeo) which is inside the grounds of the Grand Palace and is Thailand’s most treasured temple and features the magnificent Emerald Buddha dating back to the 14th century.
The Temple of the Reclining Buddha (Wat Pho), which is one of the oldest and largest temples in Bangkok and houses the famous Reclining Buddha, which is the largest in Thailand, being more than 150 feet long. It is easy to book a tour of these magnificent sites, which will allow you to see them all with a professional guide. Remember these are religious sites and that appropriate clothes are needed.

When night falls the city offers even more - maybe experience a variety of exotic Thai dishes served in the traditional style, where waitresses in national costume will serve the delicious food, followed by live performances of Thai classical dances, which might include the famous and intrinsic fingernail dance.
Or try fun bargaining at exciting night markets or a dinner cruise along the river.
There are many restaurants, cafes and nightclubs so take you pick and enjoy a fabulous night out. However, Bangkok has large sections of greenery so you can escape the hustle and bustle at times.

So what to eat? You won’t have far to go to find something to eat. Shop-house restaurants and food carts can be found on almost every street corner. There is so much more than just Thai red, yellow or green curries. The variety is vast – Thai food is not just a feast, but an adventure. 

The choice of accommodation is much the same. Everything from world class hotels with wonderful views across the city and top quality restaurants to budget priced hotels, all good quality and value for money. 

Bangkok is a wonderful combination of a modern city with a fabulous historic background. You can walk out of an ancient Buddhist temple and straight into a fashionable boutique or take a canal-boat from your designer hotel to a floating farmers' market around the corner. A truly amazing destination!



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Beijing

Beijing, the capital of the People's Republic of China, is the political, economic, cultural and international centre of the country. Situated in the north of China, it is close to the port of Tianjin and is the main entry and transport point of the country. 

Beijing is one of the ancient cities of China and offers a huge array of treasures to explore from both the past and the present.  It is a very popular tourist destination, both for the Chinese and the foreign visitor. 

The ancient treasures of China are perhaps the main force drawing visitors to the city.  You have to visit the Great Wall, which is built of stone and earthen fortifications in northern China, designed to protect the borders from attacks during various dynasties.
In the heart of Beijing is the Forbidden City, home to the emperors of the Ming and Qing dynasties. It is a huge palace compound which includes the Palace Museum with collections of Chinese art.
Or go exploring in the city itself, find the local Courtyard houses and little alley ways. The courtyards you are most likely see are from the Qing Dynasty to the 1930s. The narrow lanes are known as Hutong, and you can easily arrange a guided tour around old Beijing.   
Not to forget Tiananmen Square, which is a huge open space surrounded by magnificent official buildings. You can visit the square until the late evening, but if you go during the day you can usually get a ticket for the balcony, used by the Chinese leaders to speak to the crowds and which will give you a great view of the square. At sunrise and sunset the flag at the front of the square is raised or lowered, all traffic is stopped, a squad of soldiers march in and the flag is hoisted up, or down the post.

New Beijing is very different, offering theatres, discos, bars, business centres along with many different restaurants.  Many shopping opportunities are found in areas such as the Yansha and Guomao Shopping Malls, Wangfujing, Xidan and Qianmen Streets.  
 
Feeling hungry and looking to try the local cuisine?  The Roast Duck and the Imperial Court Food are famous and can be found in a very wide variety of good quality restaurants serving the best that China has to offer as well as international dishes. 
After the day's activity, you will be surprised at the variety of the evening entertainment.  Choose from traditional opera, acrobatics and martial arts to modern venues including clubs, pubs and concerts.  The Tianqiao Area and Laoshe Teahouse are excellent for Chinese folk culture, whilst if you are looking for a party atmosphere, try Sanlitun Bar Street and the nearby area.

As with most popular destinations and particularly following the building boom due to the Olympics, accommodation is varied and there is a very good choice.  Top end, expensive hotels abound and if you are looking to live like a Chinese emperor try the Aman Beijing, set in the Summer Palace and made up of  historic imperial courtyards with a well renowned restaurant. There are numerous good quality smaller three-star hotels in some of old Beijing's neighbourhoods.

From the ancient to the new, Beijing has many exciting treasures to explore, all set within the amazing country of China. 



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The Far East is a delightful mix of all things oriental. Come and enjoy the culture and cuisine!

Come to the Far East for budget hotels, warm waters, white beaches, deserted islands and snow capped mountains. With so much to see and do the Far East is a dream holiday destination. Think of the Far East and images of the orient spring to mind from the beaches and islands of Thailand, the Geisha of Japan, the festivities of China and the variety of Malaysia. This part of the world is as diverse as it is unique.

Head to Thailand for beaches and exotic islands! With long sun drenched days, azure blue waters and soft sandy beaches, Thailand is a real paradise. With a long history and plenty of culture there is more to the country than beaches. Visit the madness of Bangkok for a great nightlife, bargain shopping and authentic cuisine. The city is full of temples and palaces which provide a spiritual retreat from the chaos.

The capital of Japan, Tokyo is a modern and rich city. Discover the delights of the city from the gracefulness of the Geisha to the power of the Sumo wrestlers. This traditional country is filled with a unique charm. Visit the teahouses to be entertained by geisha while you eat and drink or check out the theatre for a real taste of Japan.

The Chinese cities of Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong are busy centers of commerce and trade. Hong Kong is a true cosmopolitan city with bright lights, designer shops and trendy bars and restaurant. Shanghai is filled with commerce and industry and Beijing is a mix of new and old. During the New Year the streets are filled with dancers in dragon and lion costumes as fireworks light the city skies.

Malaysia with its green forest and idyllic little islands is a great getaway. Whether you are looking for quiet hill villages or the bustle of a major city like Kuala Lumpar, Malaysia has all that you need. With over 3000 kilometers of coastline there is plenty of space for you to sunbathe. Come and enjoy all that the Far East has to offer and let Quickrooms.com sort out your accommodation.



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The city of Hong Kong has a long history and after the hand back from the British is embracing its Chinese roots.

Hong Kong is a western city in the east, a buzzing metropolis alive with skyscrapers, hotels, a deep water harbour and busy commercial and financial districts, an ideal place to come for some serious retail therapy. Add to this the wonderful natural beauty which surrounds Hong Kong and you have a delightful mix. With the city providing the entertainment let Quickrooms.com cater to all your accommodation needs.

For the best views of the city during the day or at night, head to Victoria Peak which offers an unbeatable vantage point over the harbour and city. Take the tram, a funicular railway, to the top and sit on the right hand side for the best views. As well as offering great views there is also a Madam Tussauds where you can get a photo with all your favourite celebrities.  

If you want to escape from the city, head to the island of Lantau which is the home of the Tian Tan Buddha. This giant statue is made of bronze, is 26 metres high and weighs in at 220 tons. Also on the island is the Po Lin Monastery which has become one of the top religious sites in Hong Kong. Heading away from the monastery and Buddha spend time on the many walking trails that line the island or head to one of the beaches to kick back and relax.

Anyone who comes here shopping will not be disappointed. Whether you head to the stalls and shops at Western Market or to the Stanley Market you will always find a bargain. If you are looking for designer shops and boutiques head to the shopping malls such as Cityplaza which is equipped with an ice rink and cinema as well as numerous designer shops. Whatever you are looking for you will find it here in Hong Kong.

It will come as no surprise that Hong Kong is home to a thriving nightlife with the pubs and bars filling up with office workers. Hot venues for bars and clubs include Tsim Sha Tsui, Lan Kwai Fong and Wan Chai. Lan Kwai Fong in particular has become a trendy area filled with bars and restaurants offering wines and food from around the globe. With so much to do a trip to Hong Kong is guaranteed to enthral.



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The country of Malaysia has a lot to offer from palm lined beaches and clear waters to modern cities bustling with shoppers.

The country of Malaysia lies in south-east Asia and is home to stunning islands, beautiful cities, great hotels and friendly people. With over 3000km’s of fantastic coastline, hot sunny weather and palm tree fringed beaches; this is a true holiday gem. Come here to enjoy the formula one racing in Kuala Lumpar or the pristine white beaches of Langkawi. Once you have decided on your destination let Quickrooms.com sort out your accommodation needs.

Malaysia lies between Singapore to the south and Thailand to the north. The countries most recognisable landmark is the twin towers of the Petronas building in Kuala Lumpar. Kuala Lumpar is a modern city which is filled with markets, shopping malls, bars and restaurants. Any trip to Malaysia would not be complete without a visit to the capital city. If you like your entertainment fast and loud then a trip to the annual Kuala Lumpar grand prix is a must.

Off the north-west coast the tropical island of Langkawi sits with its sun bleached white sandy beaches, palms trees, coral reefs and azure blue waters. Here the island is filled with luxury all inclusive resorts and hotels and simple chalet style accommodation. With golf courses, water sports, snorkelling and diving you are sure to be entertained.

Further down the coast the island of Penang is a verdant oasis filled with rainforest, botanical gardens, hill resorts and traditional Malay villages. Here the historic port city of Georgetown offers a scenic harbour and air conditioned shopping malls. Penang is a good destination from which to explore the surrounding islands in the Andaman Sea.

Malaysia is a diverse country with traditional villages and towns on the east coast and historical interest along the west coast. The hill towns offer relief from the humidity of low lying regions and the bustle of life in Kuala Lumpar. With such a mix of culture from British to Chinese and Indian this is a culturally rich country.



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Shanghai is an important city in China which is full of industry and finance but don't let this put you off.

Shanghai is a colourful and exciting city which is pulsing with life throughout the day and night, search for hotels now and take advantage of all that the city has to offer. Shanghai lies on the east coast of China on the estuary of the Yangtze River and is an important financial and industrial port. This city is a multi cultural metropolis which encompasses modern and traditional Chinese culture. Come here for excitement and let Quickrooms.com sort out your accommodation.

The Shanghai museum dominates Peoples Square which is the political and cultural centre of Shanghai. Here a giant musical fountain sprays plumes of water into the air and the wide open green spaces are perfect for getting away from the bustle of the city. The Shanghai museum which is shaped like a giant urn is great at pulling in the crowds. The museum is home to over 120,000 artefacts from ceramics to bronze ware and artwork.

Come to Shanghai for the Chinese New Year to join in the celebrations as the streets and buildings are lit by a cascade of colours as fireworks explode in the night sky. The streets are filled with dragon and lion dances and the bars and restaurants overflow with people enjoying the atmosphere. Another popular event is the moon festival in autumn which marks the end of the harvest season.

Unlike Beijing, Shanghai is an innovative and modern city. Here you are more likely to stumble across a designer shop than a temple. With a work hard and play hard ethos the city has a buzzing atmosphere which is unique in China. The city boast a large commercial district with many markets, malls and kitsch shops which are perfect for picking up everything from a designer handbag to some gold plated chopsticks. Come to Shanghai for Asian fusion cooking, great nightlife and unbeatable shopping.



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East meets West in this modern metropolis.

Singapore is a buzzing city, choose from a number of hotels and take to the clean streets to uncover the wealth of culture and tradition that lies beneath the modern exterior of the city. Chinese, Indian and Malay influences can be seen in the different areas and many festivals. Singapore is an exciting city to stay in, come here choose your hotel and let Quickrooms.com cater to your accommodation needs.

Head over to Sentosa Island to get away from the hustle and bustle. With a large aquarium, nature walks, a butterfly garden and health spas, you will be able to relax and unwind. Keep up with business on the beach with wireless internet access, or just lie back and enjoy lazing in the sun.

While you are here a trip to the shops and markets is an absolute must. Spend time searching for electrical goods like cameras and phones which can be up to a third cheaper than in the UK. With designer labels and goods filling the shops make sure you bring your credit cards.

To experience some of the underlying culture head to Chinatown or the little India district of Singapore to savour the culinary delights. Here you can taste the rich oriental flavours of Malaysian, Indian and Chinese cuisines. Plan your trip to coincide with one of the many festivals that the city hosts. Come and watch the Hindu festival of lights, Diwali, or the advent of the Chinese New year.

Any visit to Singapore would not be complete without a visit to the prestigious Raffles hotel. Here you can stay in luxury or just come for afternoon tea which is open to the public. If you are after something a little stronger try the Singapore sling imitated the world over but never beaten.



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The capital of Japan is filled with neon lights, sumo wrestling and geisha.

Tokyo is the magical capital of Japan and is home to around 12 million people.Book hotels and accommodation with Quickrooms.com for all your needs. This city is the epitome of all things new and is home to some of the major electronic companies in the world. See the delicate side of the city in the spring months when the beautiful pinks of cherry blossom fill the streets. The neon lights of the city advertise everything from shops to bars and clubs. Come and enjoy life in the fast lane.

Think of Japan and images of Geisha, Cherry blossom, sake and minimalist style spring to mind. The modern skyscrapers are in stark contrast to the oriental style buildings of traditional Japan. Step inside any restaurant or building to be transported back in time to a world of tatami mats, paper screens and minimalist styling.

Come to Tokyo and witness the spectacle that is sumo wrestling. These giants stamp and throw salt around the ring before launching themselves at each other trying to throw their opponent out of the ring. Tokyo is also the home of various martial arts including karate, judo and aikido. If this sounds too active why not wash away your troubles in a hot spring or have a bath in a sento; a Japanese public bath.

Anyone who loves eating will love Japan. Here you will find tempura and sushi, kushiage and sukiyaki and lots of other dishes. Order a selection of dishes and wash them down with the traditional Japanese rice wine, sake. Tokyo also has a thriving nightlife offering everything from busy nightclubs, quiet bars, karaoke clubs and all things in between. If you want to visit a city with a cultural background in a modern setting then Tokyo is for you.



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Vietnam is a land full of wonders, from tropical beaches to cultural cities, this is a true oriental gem.

With an abundance of hotels the evocatively beautiful Vietnam is alive with magnificent scenery including the towering limestone islands of Halong Bay, the jungle-clad peaks of the remote North West and the sweeping deserted beaches along the central coast.

Relatively untouched by tourism Vietnam has a dramatic recent history and is an exciting country, a true delight to explore; here you can leave your hotel room behind and discover a unique culture and some extraordinary sights.

It’s easy to see why Vietnam is such a favourite, discover exquisite architecture, explore the vibrant city of Ho Chi Minh City, formerly Saigon with fantastic nightlife, restaurants and shopping, or relax on the pristine white sand beaches of Nha Trang or Phan Thiet.

Head off sightseeing to Hanoi the ancient, conservative and traditional capital, where the Chinese influence is tangible in the old artisan quarters, temples, puppet theatres and lakeside pagodas or to Hue the legendary imperial capital, a once awe-inspiring complex of gilded pavilions, lily ponds and terraced gardens, partly destroyed during the 1968 Tet Offensive.

A visit to the sobering, reminders of the American War, the War Remnants Museum in Saigon and the astonishing Cu Chi tunnels will be truly fascinating. Vietnam is a delight, enhanced by the Vietnamese themselves, charming, quietly determined and incredibly open and friendly.



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