Asia Solo Escorted Tours

Escorted holidays to Asia designed exclusively for solo travellers

Solo Travel In Asia

Asia Tours for Solo Travellers

Asia is the world’s biggest continent. Famed for its mix of customs, culture and history, Asia offers everyone the chance to experience something new and exciting whilst on holiday. Home to everything from mountains and metropolises to beautiful beaches and temples that time forgot it’s the perfect place to take a trip independently. Nothing epitomises a journey of soul-searching and self-discovery quite like solo travel through Asia. With Just You, it’s now easier than ever to embark on escorted tours of Asia’s various regions and countries. Whether jet-setting to Japan or heading for the heart of the Himalayas, you’re sure to learn more than you bargained for about your destination (and maybe even yourself!).

Asia tours mean many things – but above all, magic and the exotic. You could find yourself awash in a reverie of natural wonders among the iconic limestone islands of Vietnam’s Halong Bay, or you may just as easily be happy enjoying the undeniable adrenaline kick that comes with walking the Great Wall of China. Whether you’re an admirer of all things ancient or have more modern tastes, Asia will make you feel like an experienced adventurer. And now, thanks to Just You, visitors to the largest continent on the planet can acquaint themselves with its many treasures in the company of like-minded solo explorers who share that all-important intrepid spirit.

Featured Asia Holidays

  1. Sunrise at the Taj Mahal

    An Invitation to India

    ​​Experience the history, culture and charm of India on a journey around the 'Golden Triangle' cities of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur. Visit the magnificent Taj Mahal and mighty Amber Fort on this perfect introduction to an unforgettable country.

    8 days from
  2. Sunset over the great wall in China

    Inspirational China

    ​​View the awe-inspiring Terracotta Army, walk the iconic Great Wall and experience the hustle and bustle of Beijing and Shanghai, two exciting cities which showcase China's prosperity and development as well as its heritage and culture.

    12 days from
  3. Pagoda overlooking Mount Fuji

    Japan Revealed

    ​​From the natural beauty of Mount Fuji to the spectacular skyline of Tokyo, enigmatic Japan offers a unique holiday experience. Discover ancient temples, enjoy a traditional tea ceremony and travel on the famous Bullet Train as you explore this country of contrasts.

    11 days from

Popular Asia Tour Destinations For Solo Travellers

  1. China

    A country where ancient riches meet modern marvels, China is an excellent choice when it comes to deciding where to travel solo. 37 of its attractions are UNESCO-listed – including the Great Wall, Terracotta Army and the Forbidden City - with its natural scenery also making it the prime choice for an unforgettable holiday.

  2. India

    Incredible is not enough to describe how awesome India is. With a history reaching back 5 millennia, it’s one of the world’s most fascinating countries, full of attractions to delight all the senses. India’s grandeur is undeniable; everywhere you look, there’re palaces, monuments and temples standing proudly as testaments to national traditions that’re as rich and as varied as the country itself.

  3. Vietnam

    Vast, versatile and vibrant: Vietnam is all these things – and so much more. With colour and character at its heart, Vietnam offers you an independent holiday like no other. From exciting, eclectic metropolises such as Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City to the peace and permanent tranquility palpable all the way down the Mekong Delta, finding somewhere that’ll appeal to your interests is a cinch.

You'll never experience anything quite like the Great Wall of China with your fellow travellers!

Ms. Anonymous

Asia Tour Destinations For Solo Travellers

  1. Young orangutan hanging from a tree


    If you're interested in the natural world and all its wondrous diversity, Borneo is where you should go on your solo holiday. Borneo solo travel is an excellent way to see all this real-world paradise has to offer.

  2. Golden Royal Palace in Cambodia


    Welcoming, vivacious and with a deep-rooted culture, Cambodia is a country perfect for solo travellers. Singles are in for a real treat while touring this relatively undiscovered nation; if it’s exciting, eye-opening experiences you want from your travels, Cambodia is where you’ll have them.

  3. Lit city sky scrapers in the early evening

    Hong Kong

    A vibrant urban centre with a skyscraper-studded skyline, Hong Kong is the epitome of contemporary luxury, prosperity, and fun. As such, it is the perfect place to visit on your solo adventures abroad.

  4. Lit city buildings in front of a snowy mountain


    Combining the comforts of a high-tech culture with ancient traditions, Japan is a fascinating country to visit; any trip to the ‘Land of the Rising Sun’ promises to show both sides of this incredible nation.

  5. The famous archaeological site Petra


    Jordan is a dignified Middle Eastern land with a rich heritage. Amman hosts a grand Roman amphitheatre and magnificent citadel. And nearby the Dead Sea, where a high salt content means you to float weightlessly in the water, is not to be missed.

  6. Wat Xieng Thong Temple


    Traversed by the Mekong River and known for its mountainous terrain, French colonial architecture, hill tribe settlements and Buddhist monasteries, Laos is somewhat of a hidden gem in Southeast Asia.

  7. Calm lake with green trees and snowy mountains


    Home to the highest mountain on Earth, Nepal is sometimes referred to as the ‘rooftop of the world’. And it’s easy to see why: there’s no getting around the fact that between the magnificent Himalayan mountain range and an abundance of dense, dazzling jungle, this spectacular South Asian country offers breathtaking vantage points the likes of which you’ve never seen.

  8. Deep orange and purple sunset over the ocean

    Sri Lanka

    Sri Lanka is one of the most intriguing countries in the world; a teardrop-shaped paradise alive with exotic spices and lush landscapes, this modern Eden is a tropical haven for all sorts of solo travellers to discover and enjoy.

  9. Large temple with long views of rolling mountains


    Thailand is one of the Far East's most fascinating and vibrant destinations. Here you'll find an array of treasures, both natural and man-made, including tropical beaches, opulent royal palaces, ancient ruins and ornate temples dedicated to Buddha.

  10. Bright orange pastel buildings and green palm tree

    United Arab Emirates

    Located on the southeastern corner of the Arabian Peninsula, the UAE is a federation of seven states, each with its own unique character. Abu Dhabi is the largest, while in dazzling Dubai traditional souks and palaces sit beside skyscrapers and record-breaking buildings in a unique destination surrounded by desert.

  11. Large Mosque with detailed coloured tiles


    For over two millennia Uzbekistan’s ancient Silk Road has been a trading route. The very essence of this land branches from the lucrative links this route between Asia and Africa has brought. Glittering towns and cities spring up from the desert all laden with shimmering mosques, temples and shrines. From architecturally-rich Khiva and holy Bukhara to ancient Samarkand and decorative Tashkent, expect to be enlightened.


Be inspired to visit Asia

  1. My Indian adventure

    Claire Sweeney joined a group of solo travellers on a trip to experience all India has to offer. Here she shares her story and just some of the highlights..

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  2. Train in Asia

    6 Great train journeys in Asia

    From steam trains that puff through the Himalayas to bullet trains that shoot between ancient sites and cosmopolitan cities, rail travel in Asia offers epic adventures.

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  3. A taste of Thailand

    Delicious deep-fried spring rolls make a delicious snack or starter. Why not have a go at making some yourself, you’ll be surprised how easy it is...

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