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Hi, I am planning a holiday for July 2015 leaving around 30th June/1st July. The maximum time I can be away is 18 days, and the budget is £4500 for 2 adults and a 16 year old child. Travelling from Manchester, UK. Multi Centre is an option. Meals don't matter whether they are included. However we are unstuck where to go?

We are interested in Asia and The Caribbean, and we want somewhere with good diving opportunities. Here are a list of destinationd we are interested in :

Indonesia (Bali), Thailand (Ko Samui), Malaysia (Penang, KL, Borneo), Singapore, Hong Kong, Mexico, Barbados, Caribbean Cruise, Cuba.

Please could you advise whether the destination needs vaccinations and malaria?

Thanks :)

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