We have a selection of guidebooks to some of our most popular countries in Asia. Written by our specialists, they detail destination information, a wildlife guide, some suggested itineraries and plenty more to inspire your holiday. Fill in the form below and if you live in UK, your guidebook will arrive by post within the next couple of days. For those who live abroad, we will send this via a PDF to your email.
Deciding on your honeymoon destination is one of the most exciting and diffcult choices to make during your wedding preparations. Expectations are high to craft the trip of a lifetime which suits you both perfectly. With this in mind, our specialists have put their heads together to handpick a selction of properties which are just perfect for celebrating your honeymoon.
The Far East is a place where modernity and tradition collide; brightly lit facades adorn ancient buildings, traditional markets overlook space-age malls and lofty skyscrapers rub shoulders with regal temples in this land of dramatic contrasts.
As iconic as it is exotic. Steeped in ancient myth and fable, where 800 year old monuments sit side by side with sleek modern architecture; Asia has nurtured a spiritual, creative and resourceful people who happen to be thoroughly welcoming hosts.
When to go to Singapore
Singapore is an all year round destination. As it is situated 137km (85 miles) north of the Equator, expect hot and humid weather throughout the year.
The Dryer Season - April to October
April to October is the best time to visit Singapore. Days are still warm and humid, rains are still present, however, these months Singapore gets the least rain (with the very least reported in July).
Temperatures remain uniform, reaching as high as 87°F (31°C), and an average sunrise temperature as low as 75°F (24°C).
The Wetter Season - November to March
Days are very warm and often humid, while nights are fairly cool. Average daytime temperatures are around 27 degrees Celsius.
The heaviest rainfall occurs between November and January, with daily showers that sometimes last for long periods of time; at other times, it comes down in short, heavy gusts and goes quickly away. Wind speeds are rarely anything more than light.