From Europe to North America right down to South America and then Africa, now Trafalgar’s off shoot Costsaver is taking its affordable style of travel to Asia.

After conquering four continents, Costsaver is ready to expand into its fifth with the release of its inaugural Asia brochure featuring holidays in seven countries – Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Thailand and Vietnam.

Emerging from strong demand from travellers for more “pioneering guided independent-style of touring”,  Managing Director Matthew Cameron-Smith said the brand is excited to deliver this new product to travellers and give Agents an “unbeatable opportunity”.


“We’ve responded to the incredible demand by expanding into new destinations with each year of operation, and we’re very excited to be opening up Asia to the Guided Independent Traveller for the very first time in 2019.”

Matthew Cameron-Smith, Costsaver Managing Director

So what can you expect from the brand’s arrival in Asia?


Trips start from $206 per day, which covers the essentials such as hand-picked accommodation, transport, city tours and select meals. The rest of the adventure is up to the traveller.

Tours include a 10-day Japan Discovery visiting Tokyo, Kyoto and Osaka and include sights such as Mount Fuji and Hiroshima. The 14-day Vietnam & Cambodia Adventure covers Nha Trang, Hanoi, Hoi An, Ho Chi Minh City and Siem Reap but comes with plenty of time for relaxation in the midst of sightseeing, culture and history.


Iconic Thailand travels for nine days and is ideal for those who want to see the sights of the rural ‘Golden Triangle’ while also ticking off Thailand’s buzzing cities, while Wonders of China is a 10-day exploration of Shanghai, Xi’an and Beijing and comes with an additional four-day Mini-Stay option in Hong Kong.

There’s also the 10-day Highlights of India taking in Ranthambore National Park, Delhi and Agra, as well as the 12-day Highlights of India with Varanasi during which travellers can experience life on the banks of the River Ganges.

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Which seven countries would you like to visit next?