Few trips contain as much variety as this one. Ancient temples, friendly villages, two rapidly modernising cities emerging from a difficult past, the last frontier of Indochina's beaches, Phu Quoc, and the food bowl of Vietnam, the Mekong Delta, are all waiting to be explored. Cycling from Siem Reap to Saigon.
This is a relatively easy tour with hardly even a hill in sight, but enough variety in scenery ...
luxury travel in vietnam the length of Vietnam on this week long tour, stopping in HCMC (in the south), Hanoi (in the north), and the beaches and small towns of the central coast in between. You'll begin in dynamic HCMC, the country's commercial center and home to a growing number of upscale restaurants and shops. You'll also check out Chinatown, the Thien Hau Pagoda, the Reunification Palace, the Opera ...
This program begins with two nights in Yangon, seeing some major sights of the capital city and also the famous pottery village of Twante. Within easy reach of Yangon, Bago is known for its cultural landmarks, some of which the Shwemawdaw Pagoda, the four giant Buddha images at Kyaikpon Pagoda the Shwemawdaw pagoda.
Spend seven days visiting most places of interest in Myanmar. A full day touring of Bagan includes many magnificent temples with its panoramic views of the Irrawaddy plains we will explore on our cruise to Mandalay, considered by many to be the country's cultural and spiritual heart. This trip is perfect combination of adventure and relaxation.
This trip designed for individual traveller who is keen to explore all aspects of Burma. Running from bustling Yangon to tranquil Inle Lake, this exciting itinerary will reveal some best sights of Myanmar and also friendly people emerging from a history of totalitarian domination that has not affected their hospitality toward foreigners or their delight in making friends.
This superb itinerary is a feast for the mind and spirit, juxtaposing the exploration of lost civilizations with an in-depth look at contemporary Southeast Asian culture. There are many fine temples and interesting crafts in the country's cultural center, Mandalay and in nearby Amarapura and Sagaing, two former capitals. The countryside in this area is beautiful.
Legend has it the "63 elephant kings" began and ended in Luang Prabang. Lang Xang, the once powerful kingdom was founded by the Great King Fa Ngum in 14th century, and ended by last King Savang Vatthana in 1975. This amazing 6-day tour will help you to relive the rich heritage of Laos, as you visit destinations of historical and national importance.
Starting in the capital, Vientiane, a sleepy yet charming town on the Mekong River with its old buildings still exuding the mood of the French colonial days, you fly to Luang Prabang. The royal palaces and temples tell the story of the rich Lao culture and heritage. Of the temples you explore the scenic Tadse waterfall and enjoy a short elephant ride through the forest.
Founded in the 9th Century, Angkor became the country's capital under King Yasorvarman 1. By the 13th Century Angkor covered a vast area and was one of the largest cities in the world. Our trip explores these magnificent temples and Tonle Sap Lake , the largest body of freshwater in South East Asia.
Cambodia, located in the centre of Southeast Asia, covers itself much of mysteries and friendliness with Phnom Penh Capital over 500 years old with many ancient pagodas and glorious palaces which is typical for Khmer culture and history. Cambodia is also famous for Angkor Archeological site, a prime example for the development of Khmer Kingdom.