Big Indochina Adventure (Until Mar 2018) (Start Bangkok, end Hanoi)
Bangkok to Kanchanaburi
- Guided tour of the Wat Arun temples
- Explore Long-tail boat tour of the waterways and canals
- Included boat ride along the River Kwai
- Locally Guided tour of Kanchanaburi
- Guided tour of Grand Palace
Kanchanaburi to Ayutthaya
- Guided tour of the Erawan National Park
- Guided bike tour of Luang Prabang
Vientiane to Phnom Penh
- City tour and visit to the Khmer Rouge “Killing Fields” genocide sites
- Experience modern Cambodian cuisine at a restaurant where former disadvantaged youth are trained in hospitality.
- Guided tour of Angkor Wat and Ta Prohm
Siem Reap to Ho Chi Minh City
- Included flight to Ho Chi Minh City
Ho Chi Minh City to Mekong Delta
- Mekong Delta Special Stay experience
- Visit a local tea garden
- See local Industry demonstrations
Mekong Delta to Ho Chi Minh City
- Visit the Cu Chi Tunnels
Ho Chi Minh City to Nha Trang
- Visit to the War Remnants Museum
- View the Notre Dame Cathedral, General Post Office & Presidential Palace
- Enjoy this seaside resort town known for its gorgeous beaches and turquoise waters
Nha Trang to Hoi An
- Included Bike Ride
Hoi An to Hue
- Cyclo ride to Hue's Imperial Citadel
- See stunning scenery en route to Hue
Hue to Hanoi
- Visit the temple of Literature
Hanoi to Halong Bay
- Overnight cruise in a traditional junk boat
- Swim and explore the lagoon and coral
You will visit the following 4 places:
Vietnam is the easternmost country on the Indochina Peninsula in Southeast Asia. Vietnam's history is one of war, colonisation and rebellion. Few years back since the savagery and slaughter of the American War, this resilient nation is buoyant with hope. It is a country on the move: access is now easier than ever, roads are being upgraded, hotels are springing up and Vietnam’s raucous entrepreneurial spirit is once again alive and well as the old-style Communist system gives way to a socialist market economy. The country have transformed from one of the poorest in the world, with per capita income around $100, to lower middle income status within a quarter of a century with per capita income of over $2,000 by the end of 2014. It's colour, chaos and natural beauty bring a new adventure every day!
Often overlooked in favour of its better-known neighbours, Laos remains one of Southeast Asia’s most beguiling destinations. It is a landlocked country, known for its mountainous terrain, French colonial architecture, hill tribe settlements, and Buddhist monasteries. The country retains a slow, rather old-fashioned charm, and its people – incredibly laidback and friendly, even by Asian standards are undoubtedly one of the highlights of any visit. The official tourism slogan is "Simply Beautiful".
Cambodia is a Southeast Asian nation whose landscape spans low-lying plains, the Mekong Delta, mountains and Gulf of Thailand coastline. It was once known as the Khmer Empire. With a population of over 15 million, Cambodia is the 70th most populous country in the world. It's busy capital, Phnom Penh, is the political, economic, and cultural centre of the country. Now a modest player on the world stage, Cambodia was once the seat of one of Asia’s most magnificent early civilizations - the mighty Khmer empire of Angkor, whose legendary temples continue to provide a touchstone of national identity as well as attracting millions of visitors every year.
Good-natured and loving, exotic and tropical, cultured and historic, Thailand radiates a golden hue from its ornate temples displaying figures of Buddha (a revered symbol), opulent royal palaces and tropical beaches through to the ever-comforting Thai smile. It is located at the centre of the Indochinese peninsula in Mainland Southeast Asia. The capital and largest city is Bangkok, which is Thailand's political, commercial, industrial, and cultural hub. With great food, a tropical climate, fascinating culture, majestic mountains and significant beaches, Thailand is a magnet for travellers around the world!