Cambodia is proof that you don't need to be rich to be beautiful! If you’re looking for a gap year that’s big on discovery, Cambodia could be the place for you.
For the gap year traveller, India has long been the one to beat. It’s not just a country but an entire (sub)continent, and it has the star attractions to match.
Indonesia brings the gap year traveller the gift of almost endless variety. An archipelago of more than 17,000 islands, from beach paradise to dense jungle.
The country’s capital, Tokyo, ranks as one of the most modern and fast-paced cities in the world and the local people always welcome tourists due to their fascination with Western cultures.
For the gap year traveller, Malaysia is a two-for-one. There’s the peninsula with its Chinese and Indian flavours, and then across the South China Sea there are the wild rainforests of Borneo.
Situated off the southern tip of India, Sri Lanka is an island paradise, perfect for gap year travel.
Thailand has long been a popular gap year destination, and for good reason.
If you’re looking for a gap year destination that offers more than the pleasures of sun, sea and sand, Vietnam could be it.
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Gap year Asia
Why not spend some of your gap year in Asia? Jungle, mountain, forest and beach – all good reasons. Asia is a popular gap year destination and for good reason.
Adventure travel Asia
Trek through jungle to visit really old communities, ride elephants, keep your balance on bamboo rafts, take a trip on motorbike or kayak up the river. Have an adventure and travel through Asia.
Student travel Asia
Asia has been the hottest student travel destination for ages. Thailand, Nepal and India have all been welcoming students for decades (maybe your parents?) And now there are lots of cool new places to think about. Be the first of your friends to do Mongolia or French colonial Vietnam.
Volunteer work Asia
Get involved in the life and culture of Asian countries from the inside – volunteer to work in Asia. Lots of trips you can do with a big volunteering component – everything from wildlife conservation to building houses, teaching children to helping in health clinics.