The third largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, Cyprus plays host to hundreds of thousands of well-heeled visitors each year primarily from Europe and Russia; landing in droves on its shores to soak up the much-touted all seasons sunshine. In recent years, its tertiary educational institutions and universities have gone from strength to strength, boosted by a highly educated English speaking populace, and the result has been an uptick in popularity amongst international students enrolling from Europe and Asia in particular.


Boasting a laundry-list of enviable qualities, Malta is home to beautiful beaches, a sunny climate, as well as architectural and archaeological wonders including 3 UNESCO World Heritage sites. Add to that mix an English speaking and highly educated local populace, and the result is a great place to enjoy a “bleisure” trip – in other words a trip that combines both leisure and business.

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Ranked the 18th most popular tourist destination last year, Croatia’s entry into the EU a short four years ago has helped to usher the once hidden gem of the Adriatic into a Golden Age of global visibility and accessibility. Popular for boating and magnificent yacht charters, the Croatian coastline is dotted with grand harbors and tiny secluded islands – add to that its 10 UNESCO World Heritage sites and the small fact that it is the setting for the hugely popular Game of Thrones series , and there remains little doubt as to why Croatia is on everyone’s “must visit” lists.

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Famed for its many natural hot water springs and home to the largest thermal bathing complex in Europe, the Szechenyi Thermal Baths, Hungary is a wonderful example of a cosmopolitan modern EU country which has successfully managed to maintain and protect the gifts that nature has bestowed. From the famed river Danube running thru its capital Budapest, to the Hortobágy National Park and Lake Balaton which stand as the largest grasslands park in Europe and the largest lake in central Europe respectively, Hungary has established itself as a premier destination for nature lovers who seek to explore the outdoors without having to compromise on comfort and amenity.


The Kingdom of Cambodia, located on the Indochinese mainland of Southeast Asia, is well placed amidst vital overland and river trade routes which link China to India and the greater Southeast Asian region. Bordered to the west and northwest by Thailand, to the northeast by Laos, to the east and southeast by Vietnam, and to the southwest by the Gulf of Thailand, Cambodia’s strategic positioning is truly unmatched.

Beyond its enviable geography, Cambodia also boasts a rich history and culture, as well as awe-inspiring natural beauty. Ranging from its lush national parklands, and pristine beaches, to the stunning UNESCO heritage site at Angkor Wat, Cambodia offers visitors the keys to an untouched tropical paradise.