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Southeast Asia Circuit (from Bangkok) Travel Pass

Southeast Asia Circuit (from Bangkok) Travel Pass

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Flight tickets are not included. Our travel experts will gladly help you find the cheapest flights. The price above is based on 2 adults traveling together. The price is a from-price and varies with the date. See the exact price when selecting date.
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Flight tickets are not included. Our travel experts will gladly help you find the cheapest flights. The price above is based on 2 adults traveling together. The price is a from-price and varies with the date. See the exact price when selecting date.
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Duration
37 days
Starts in
Bangkok
Ends in
Bangkok
Travel type
TRAVEL PASSES
Discover the highlights of South East Asia on this extensive, exhilarating adventure through Thailand, Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia. Ancient wonders, bustling cities and stunning landscapes await!

Highlights

  • Trek through rural villages in Chiang Mai and cycle through Bangkok
  • Spend 2 nights in the legendary Ha Long Bay
  • See the impressive Angkor Wat temples, and pagodas of Hue
  • Embark on a kayaking & tubing adventure in Laos
Itinerary

Southeast Asia Circuit (from Bangkok) Travel Pass

Day 1: Bangkok, Thailand

Get to know the crazy city of Bangkok by bicycle! Traverse 16 kilometers of flat streets and immerse yourself in the true local life of Bangkok with a local guide who will explain all of the intricacies of the Thai culture and show you the incredible diversity of the warm Thai people.

Get to know the lively city streets of Bangkok bustling with street vendors, shops and multitudes of people rushing to and from during their busy work day. Make your way to the meeting point, where you will get geared up with your bike and meet your guide for the tour. Head off into the busy city of Bangkok and peek into the lives of local city dwellers by riding across wooden bridges and through squatter settlements nestled under highways and near railroad tracks. Get a feel for the daily habits and rituals of locals throughout the city.
Enjoy a refreshing drink stop before cycling to the pier where you will board a longtail boat with your bike and cross the Chao Praya River to reach Bangkok's green heart. Leave the hustle and bustle of the city behind as you cycle through beautiful lush green natural areas on elevated pathways, an area that was once home to old plantations. Observe the contrasts of this great city as you keep an eye out for the occasional sun-bathing turtle or skittish lizard.
Stop to rest up with another cold drink and snack before returning to the longtail boat. Enjoy the view of Bangkok's skyline as you ride back across the river after an invigorating morning tour. Cycle back to the office where your tour will come to an end.  (Approximately 13 - 16 kilometres in total)

Day 2: Sukhothai, Thailand

Transfer from Bangkok to Sukhothai

Day 3: Chiang Mai, Thailand

Transfer from Sukhothai to Chiang Mai

Day 4: Chiang Mai, Thailand

Get picked up from your Chiang Mai accommodation around 9:00am and drive 1.5 hours to reach the starting point of your trek. Visit a local market and have lunch before a 3-hour hike through the jungle and a tribal village. Overnight in a jungle camp where you can visit a village and sing around the campfire.

Chiang Mai Transfer to Jungle Trek (L/D)
You will be picked up by 9.00 - 9.30 am from your Chiang Mai accommodation for a 1.30 hour drive to reach to reach the starting point of our trek. We will first visit the local market to buy food. Before beginning our trek we will have lunch and take a moment to relax and gather our belongings. We will begin our adventure with a 3 hour hike through the beautiful jungle passing through a tribal village and learning about the natural vegetation. During the walk, we can take it easy, stop to take photos from the view, visit, and discover an amazing bat cave on the way in the jungle. We will arrive at Pha Dang village or Lahu hill tribe. We have a private jungle camp inside the village. At night you can enjoy chatting, playing funny games with tour guides.

Day 5: Chiang Mai, Thailand

Today, trek 3hrs through hill tribe villages and go for a swim in a nearby waterfall.

Jungle Trek (B/L/D)
We will have breakfast at the camp. After breakfast, we will continue along the jungle trail for about 3 hours. Stop to relax and swim in a waterfall. Here you can have time to take a rest, relax, and cool down in the waterfall. We will continue to walk to Mhonge village and see what local life in the jungle is like. Afterwards, leave the jungle and arrive in Chiang Mai around 5.30 p.m.

Important Note:
Due to concerns regarding the treatment and welfare of captive elephants in Southeast Asia, we are no longer offering activities involving elephant rides or elephant trekking.

Day 6: Chiang Khong, Thailand

You will be picked up at your Chiang Mai accommodation in the morning and transferred to the border town of Chiang Khong, stopping at Chiang Rai's famous White Temple along the way.

Chiang Mai - Chiang Rai - Chiang Khong (D)
We will pick you up at your accommodation in Chiang Mai around 9:00 - 10:00 am and begin driving through the stunning landscapes of Northern Thailand. After approximately 3.5 hours of driving, we will arrive in Chiang Rai, where you can buy lunch before we make a quick visit to the famous White Temple, before continuing towards Chiang Khong. Chiang Khong is a border town which straddles the Mekong River,  facing the town of Huay Xai on the Laotian side of the river. Chiang Khong has lots of temples, a craft village with a busy market where you can buy artisanal crafts and a temple. Enjoy some free time to explore the town on your own before dinner and overnight.

Day 7: Pakbeng, Laos

In the morning we'll cross into Laos and board the slow boat for a 7-8 hour float to the town of Pakbeng.

Border crossing into Laos & boat transfer to Pakbeng (B)
This morning we will leave at 8:30 am to go to immigration before we cross the Mekong River to Huay Xai where we will go through the Lao side of immigration. At approximately 10:00 am, we will make our way towards Pakbeng on a slow boat, the best way to travel in this laid-back and lush region. This typically takes about 7-8 hours and we should arrive there at about 17:00-18:00 pm. Upon arrival, you will be transferred to your accommodation for overnight.

Day 8: Luang Prabang, Laos

Get back on the slow boat to enjoy another full-day float through stunning nature and villages to Luang Prabang, where your tour comes to an end.

Boat transfer from Pakbeng to Luang Prabang
Between 5:00 - 7:00 am there is a morning market at the end of town for early birds who want to do a little exploring on their own. The group will meet again at around 9:00 am to get back on the slow boat. This time we will travel further down the Mekong River and take in the beautiful scenery and local life along the way. It will again take approximately 7 - 8 hours, arriving in Luang Prabang at about 16:00 - 17:00 pm.

Day 9: Luang Prabang, Laos

If you want to get close to local Lao people and their lifestyle, then this is the tour for you! Explore the surroundings of Luang Prabang on this bicycle tour that will take you to see hidden areas only few tourists will ever visit!

Start the day with a visit to the morning market to explore the unique selection of local goods. Next we'll ride around the city center and peninsula, stopping to view where the Nam Khan and Mekong Rivers meet and to visit the famous Wat Xieng Thong Temple. From there we'll wind our way through the backroads of Luang Prabang to see a special selection of city highlights and rarely visited cultural and craft-making sites for an intimate view of Lao life. Sites include a sample of Luang Prabang's oldest and most beautiful temples, traditional craft homes, music centers, spirit house craftsmen, funeral pyres, and the UXO Museum for a sobering look at the devastation of the Indochina war in Laos and the many undetonated bombs that still litter the countryside.
We'll top the tour off with a well-earned meal at an authentic local noodle shop. Finally, we'll make our way back to city center around 1:00 p.m. (times vary depending on biking speed).
The route is about 16 km (10 mi) on paved roads mostly flat with some low-grade hills.
Please Note: Since we are visiting people's homes, some sites may be closed without notice and substitutions will be made as necessary.

Day 10: Vang Vieng, Laos

Transfer from Luang Prabang to Vang Vieng
You will be picked up at your accommodation/meeting point for your shuttle transfer to Vang Vieng, where you'll be dropped off at your next accommodation/meeting point.

Day 11: Vang Vieng, Laos

Enjoy an action-packed adrenaline-pumping day paddling through rapids, visiting caves, ziplining through magnificent scenery, kayaking, and more - all in one incredible day!

Get ready for an action-packed day full of adrenaline-pumping adventure! Your tour starts from Wonderful tours office at 9:00 am with a 10 km ride on a truck up north to the starting point. Here your instructor will give you basic instructions for kayaking before you begin your adventure paddling down the small rapids of Nam Song River, enjoying incredible mountain scenery along the way. Visit the Tham None Cave, famous for being used as shelter during the Indochina War, and tube inside the cave to see its beautiful stalactites and stalagmites. Next have lunch at the river bar while enjoying the magnificent scenery around Phar None Cliff.
After lunch you'll receive instructions from your zip-line guide before having an amazing adventure in the forest canopy in a circuit of 8 lines and 3 bridges around Phar None. Finally, get back to your kayak and paddle your way back to Vang Vieng, where you will overnight.

Day 12: Vientiane, Laos

Transfer from Vang Vieng to Vientiane
Please make your own way to the bus station to catch your bus to Vientiane.

Day 13: Vientiane, Vietnam

Transfer from Vientiane to Hanoi
Please make your own way to the bus station to catch your bus.

Day 14: Hanoi, Vietnam

Our local hosts from Hanoi, Vietnam are eager to receive you in their homes and treat you with the local daily food Vietnamese people have every day – does it get more authentic than this?

Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, is a bustling city waiting to be explored. It is home to ancient sites, peaceful parks, busy marketplaces and more. Enjoy the amazing scenery through the eyes of a local as you'll get more than a delicious meal in this experience!
Meet a real Vietnamese host family and dine in their own house, you'll experience the daily local food. What to expect? Think gourd and shrimp soup, fried fish with fish sauce or caramel pork with a healthy side of steamed vegetables and so much more! All our hosts can personalise their menu to meet your preferences, what are you waiting for?

Day 15: Halong Bay, Vietnam

Take a scenic 3.5-hour bus ride through rural Vietnam en route to Halong Bay. A quick ferry will take you to your party cruise to get settled into your cabin. Enjoy the scenic landscapes of the impressive Halong Bay by going kayaking and swimming by day and partying the night away!

Hanoi Old Quarter accommodation pick-up & transfer to Halong Bay (L/D)
Today you will be picked up from your hotel in the Hanoi Old Quarter between 8:00 - 8:30 am depending on the location of your hotel. Please be ready and waiting in the lobby from 8:00 am. Take a scenic 3.5-hour bus ride through rural Vietnam en route to Halong Bay arriving to the marina at around noon.Take a quick ferry to your Party Cruise to get settled in to your cabin and then have a traditional Vietnamese lunch on board as you set sail into the calm waters and stunning scenery of Halong Bay. Pass by several unique islets in the form of different animals and objects; Duck Islet, Swan Islet, Fighting Cocks Islet, Incense Burner Islet and Stone Dog Islet. After lunch go for 2hr kayaking trip through a tunnel to get off the beaten path and discover Halong Bay's Frog Pond. The rest of the afternoon is yours to enjoy. Jump off the boat into emerald waters, go for a swim, and try out the "water trampoline," the outdoor jacuzzi, or some volleyball until dinner is served around 7pm. Eat your fill because the next item on the agenda is partying with a live DJ until the sun comes up!

Day 16: Hanoi, Vietnam

Enjoy your last morning waking up on the beautiful bay. Check out after breakfast and enjoy a Vietnamese cooking demonstration before your trip back to Hanoi.

See Halong Bay & return to the Hanoi Old Quarter (B/L)
Wake up this morning to the peaceful atmosphere on the bay with the gentle waves and cheerful seabirds singing their morning songs as the sun rises over the horizon. Have breakfast at 8:00 am and enjoy the breathtaking scenery of Halong Bay in the morning. Check out of your cabin and pay your bill as your ship cruises back to the pier. Enjoy a Vietnamese cooking demonstration and your last traditional Vietnamese meal on board before arriving back at the pier.
Relax on your return bus ride back to Hanoi watching the rural scenery pass by. Upon arrival, you will be dropped off at your hotel in the Hanoi Old Quarter where your trip will come to an end around 5 - 5:30 pm.

Day 17: Hanoi, Vietnam

Enjoy a free day to experience on your own

Day 18: Hanoi, Vietnam

Transfer from Hanoi to Hue
Please make your own way to the bus station to catch your bus to Hue.

Day 19: Hue, Vietnam

Enjoy a free day to experience on your own

Day 20: Hue, Vietnam

Go back in time by walking through the elaborate tomb complexes of venerated Vietnamese emperors and imagine what it must have been like to live here during the golden years of the dynasty. Don't miss out on a visit to the Forbidden Purple City, one of the largest and most well-preserved royal cities in Vietnam.

We will pick you up at your hostel around 7:00 am to start off our exciting day early. We first bring you to the impressive Khai Dinh Tomb. Khai Dinh was an important Vietnamese emperor who ascended the throne in 1916 and died in 1925. Then we will watch a performance of the fascinating martial art called Vo Kinhy Van An. We continue to the Tu Duc Tomb which was completed in 1867. Walk around the extensive gardens filled with huge stone temples and structures, rivers and a reflection lake imagining what splendid life was lived here by the faithful Tu Duc court. Our final pit stop before lunch is visiting a village where incense making and conical hat making has become their speciality. For lunch, we will have a delicious buffet of Vietnamese, Asian and Western dishes. After lunch, at about 1:30 pm, we will continue with the tour to the Citadel of Hue, which was built by the emperor Gia Long in 1804. It's also known in Vietnamese as the Forbidden Purple City, a term similar to the Forbidden City of Beijing. Our next stop is the Thien Mu Pagoda, which is Vietnam's tallest pagoda. It has an iconic status in Hue and it is known as the unofficial symbol of the former imperial capital. The way back to Hue will be on a boat down the beautiful Perfume River, where you will see local fishermen and traditional villages. Our journey ends upon arrival to the Toa Kham pier.

Day 21: Hoi An, Vietnam

Transfer from Hue to Hoi An
Please make your own way to the bus station to catch your bus to Hoi An.

Day 22: Hoi An, Vietnam

Ride through the Vietnamese countryside just outside of Hoi An to small islands, local artisans, and have a homemade lunch with a local family.

This morning you will be picked up at your accommodation to go pick out a bike before heading out on your unforgettable day tour to Cam Kim island. We will cross the Thu Bon river along with plenty of locals heading to school or to the central market. Here we will make a stop in the Kim Bong carpentry village and take a look at the fishing boat builders on the riverbank. Here there are several families famous for generations of boatmaking and carpentry. They also contributed in building Hoi An's beautiful wooden houses for Chinese and Japanese traders that make the town such a charming destination today.
Leaving the town, we will cycle past a scenic rice field and small river branches where you can see large fishing nets hanging over the water. We will visit a family on a small local island to see the most common local occupation: weaving sleeping mats, a tradition hundreds of years old.
Finally, we will cycle through the tranquil countryside to another family's house for a homemade local lunch. After a great meal with even better company, we will cycle back to town. After returning your bike you will be dropped off at your hostel in the afternoon.

Day 23: Hoi An, Vietnam

Transfer from Hoi An to Nha Trang

Day 24: Nha Trang, Vietnam

We will pick you up and then it's a short ride to the harbor, where we will take the boat to Mun Island (Ebony Island). Here, we will stop for one hour of leisurely snorkeling, swimming and sunbathing. The snorkeling equipment is provided free of charge and you will see abundant marine wildlife and stunning coral reefs.
At about 11:00 am we will continue to Mot Island where you will enjoy excellent fresh cuisine for lunch. After lunch, we will enjoy the floating bar with complimentary red wine and fruit. At around 2:30 pm, we make our way to Tam Island.
Here, you can relax and sunbathe or choose to do the optional water sports activities such as jet ski, catamaran, wave killer and canoe. Then you can also visit a fishing village where you can see the villagers at work catching cuttlefish, shrimp, flower crabs. At 4:30 pm we make our way back to the harbor and then we will bring you back to your hotel

Day 25: Dalat, Vietnam

Transfer from Nha Trang to Dalat
Please make your own way to the bus station to catch your bus to Dalat.

Day 26: Dalat, Vietnam

Take an exciting motorcycle ride around Dalat with an English speaking driver/guide. Ride on the back of a motorcycle and admire the region's beautiful lakes, waterfalls, lush forests in the countryside and discover the local culture.

Take an exciting motorcycle tour around Dalat with an English speaking driver/guide. Ride on the back of a motorcycle to admire the beauty of this region filled with natural wonders such as lakes, waterfalls, lush green forests and floral gardens. Take a break at the Truc Lam meditation center and see the beautiful Paradise lake, Elephant waterfall and Linh An pagoda. Immerse yourself in the local way of life at a Chicken minority village (K' ho people) and learn about the local industry as we stop by a vegetable farm, a mushroom farm, a coffee farm and a silk factory. Arrive back to Dalat around 16:00 pm.

Day 27: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Transfer from Dalat to Ho Chi Minh City
Please make your own way to the bus station to catch your bus to Ho Chi Minh City.

Day 28: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

On this evening tour of Ho Chi Minh City, you'll be taken to some of the best spots while zipping around on a scooter, so you can really experience Vietnamese street food cuisine as a local.

During this exciting tour, we will try really tasty Vietnamese dishes at 6 local places that are locals' favorite areas throughout 4 hours. You will have a chance to see decorated colorful streets on the back of a scooter, wandering around 5 lively and sparkling districts, and enjoying a fresh atmosphere. Our first stop will be The Venerable Thich Quang Duc Monument, a memorial to the monk who set himself on fire to protest the persecution of Buddhists in Vietnam.
Then, we will continue to Ho Thi Ky Flower Market, which is the place that supplies the fresh and beautiful flowers at quite a low a price in Ho Chi Minh City such as chrysanthemum, marigold, gerbera, auspicious flower to orchid, rose, sunflower and so on. Flowers are from Dalat, Hanoi and other countries such as Japan, Italy and China. Not only blossoms, but also garment tools and materials are also sold there.
After this, we will drive through the District 10, a part of Chinatown with many small alleys where we will learn more about the colorful city at night. We will also stop for you to take pictures and give an explanation about this place.
Finally, if you want to learn about the "snack culture" of Saigon, then we will definitely have to visit Xom Chieu market (also known as Market 200). The dishes' taste remains unchanged throughout the year and especially the price does not change either on weekdays or holidays.
Please note that all food and drinks will be included in the price

Day 29: Mekong Delta, Vietnam

Cruise along the Mekong River and visit Ben Tre island and a local family.

Mekong River Boat Tour (L)
Start your day with an 8:30 AM pick-up from your centrally located hotel in Ho Chi Minh City. Then head to the city of My Tho by bus. During the 1.5-hour bus drive to My Tho, learn about the cultures of the local people and enjoy the nice scenery of green rice fields. Visit Vinh Trang pagoda, the biggest pagoda in Mekong Delta. Continue to My Tho and take a boat trip along Mekong River. During the cruise, see fish cages and floating houses on the river. The boat will take you to a small canal, where you can escape the busy town. The cruise through the coconut trees lined canal will take you to a coconut island in Ben Tre. Disembark, walk around the village and visit a local family to enjoy tropical fruit, taste honey tea, honey wine and listen to Vietnamese traditional music, performed by the villagers. Continue walking on the village's road to a coconut candy shop to learn how to make candy and see some handicrafts made from coconut trees. Take a walk through the village and discover many kinds of fruits, flowers, trees, and local houses. Take your time and take nice photos while enjoying the natural scenery. Then, head to a local restaurant and enjoy a local Vietnamese lunch under the tree shade. After lunch, have free time to walk or bike around the village, then travel by ferry and bus to Can Tho, the heart of Mekong Delta.

Day 30: Mekong Delta, Vietnam

Visit the Cai Rang floating market and see fruit gardens, a rice husking mill, and a noodle-making shop.

Cai Rang Floating Market (B/L)
Enjoy a 6:30 AM breakfast and then take a leisurely boat trip to explore the picturesque tributaries of the Lower Mekong river. Afterwards, proceed to visit the Cai Rang floating market, which is the liveliest in the whole region. Take in the beautiful scenery and the daily activities of the locals who live along the Mekong canals. Next, you will roam through the village, see fruit gardens and visit a rice husking mill and a noodle-making shop. Then, head back to the riverside for lunch before traveling back to Ho Chi Minh where you will arrive at around 5:00 PM with unforgettable memories.

Day 31: Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Transfer from Ho Chi Minh City to Phnom Penh
Please make your own way to the bus station to catch your bus to Phnom Penh.

Day 32: Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Visit the S21 Prison (Genocide Museum) in Phnom Penh and the Killing Fields about 15 km from the city center. Wander around the complex and learn about the horrors of the Khmer Rouge genocide through fascinating audio tours. Learn about the history of this horrible tragedy from Cambodia's past.

Get picked up and start your intriguing tour to the S21 Prison and the Killing Fields. Visit the Genocide Museum, also known as Prison S21 under Khmer Rouge regime. An audio-guide will help you learn about some basic insights at this prison. The prison is composed of 4 buildings, and there are different exhibitions on different floors / rooms. Two prison survivors sometimes come to the museum and talk to the visitors.
You will also visit the Killing Fields, about a 40 minute drive away from the Phnom Penh city center. Upon arrival you will receive an Audio Tour with headphones and a control device with numbered buttons. You can follow the map provided and start the Audio Tour. Then we will make the return trip and you will be dropped off at your accommodation.

A bit of history...
The S21 Security Prison, also known as Tuol Sleng, is where an estimated 17,000 people were imprisoned between 1975 - 1979. They were repeatedly tortured and coerced into naming family members and close associates, who were in turn arrested, brought to S21, tortured and eventually killed. In 1979, the prison was uncovered by the invading Vietnamese army who toppled the Khmer Rouge and its leader, Pol Pot. In 1980, the prison was reopened by the government of the People's Republic of Kampuchea as a historical museum.
The Killing Fields is the name given to numerous burial sites in Cambodia where huge numbers of people were killed and buried by the infamous Khmer Rouge regime between 1975 and 1979. Over 20,000 mass grave sites have been found across Cambodia, estimates place the number of dead between 2 and 4 million. Many of these deaths were as a result of the Khmer Rouge policies that resulted in the disease and starvation of much of its population.

Day 33: Siem Reap, Cambodia

Transfer from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap
Please make your own way to the meeting point to catch your bus to Siem Reap.

Day 34: Siem Reap, Cambodia

Enjoy a free day to experience on your own

Day 35: Siem Reap, Cambodia

Enjoy a free day to experience on your own

Day 36: Siem Reap, Cambodia

Visit the world's largest religious structure in the world by land area, Angkor Wat! Marvel at Angkor Thom Temple smiling faces, and explore the Ta Phrom Temple, on this amazing full-day expedition to the wonderful Angkor complex from Siem Reap.

Embark on an exciting day tour from Siem Reap in which we will visit the wonderful Angkor complex! We will pick you up from your accommodation and transfer you to the world's largest heritage site of Angkor Wat! We will then proceed to the south gate of Angkor Thom where you will be able to see Bayon Temple with its 54 towers decorated with more than 200 enigmatic smiling faces. Then, we will explore the beautiful temple of Phimeanakas, the Terrace of the Elephants, the Terrace of the Leper King, and Baphuon Temple.
After this, we will have lunch (not included) at a local Restaurant near Ta Phrom Temple before trekking through the jungle to the Temple of Ta Phrom which was made famous by the Tom Raider movie.
After the long day, we will transfer you back to the city and drop you off at your accommodation.
NOTE: Dress code is casual, but shoulders and knees must be covered inside temples.

Day 37: Bangkok, Thailand

Transfer from Siem Reap to Bangkok
Please make your own way to the meeting point to catch your bus to Bangkok.

Summary

What’s included?

Extra expenses at the destination
No Local Payment

Activities

Bangkok Bike Explorer
  • Get to know the crazy city of Bangkok by bicycle! Traverse 16 kilometers of flat streets and immerse yourself in the true local life of Bangkok with a local guide who will explain all of the intricacies of the Thai culture and show you the incredible diversity of the warm Thai people. 
Off the Beaten Path Nature Trek 2D/1N
  • This is the perfect trek for nature lovers and for those looking to get off the beaten track. Explore the remote regions of northern Thailand by hiking in the jungle, swim in pristine waterfalls and have an amazing cultural experience interacting with the local tribes in their villages.
Land & Boat Transport to Laos 3D/2N (Chiang Mai to Luang Prabang)
  • Float down the Mekong River in northern Thailand and Laos stopping to see a unique Buddhist/Hindu temple in Chiang Rai. Observe the peaceful sights from your boat on the serene Mekong River as you cruise slowly to Luang Prabang. 
Luang Prabang City Bike Explorer
  • If you want to get close to local Lao people and their lifestyle, then this is the tour for you! Explore the surroundings of Luang Prabang on this bicycle tour that will take you to see hidden areas only few tourists will ever visit!
Kayaking, Tubing & Zipline Adventure
  • Enjoy an action-packed adrenaline-pumping day paddling through rapids, visiting caves, ziplining through magnificent scenery, kayaking, and more - all in one incredible day!
Vietnamese Meal with Local Family in Hanoi
  • Our local hosts from Hanoi, Vietnam are eager to receive you in their homes and treat you with the local daily food Vietnamese people have every day – does it get more authentic than this?
Halong Bay Party Cruise 2D/1N (from Hanoi)
  • Travel from Hanoi to nearby Halong Bay for a fun 2-day party cruise with new friends and exciting activities.
Tombs & Pagoda Day Trip
  • Go back in time by walking through the elaborate tomb complexes of venerated Vietnamese emperors and imagine what it must have been like to live here during the golden years of the dynasty. Don’t miss out on a visit to the Forbidden Purple City, one of the largest and most well-preserved royal cities in Vietnam.
Hoi An Bicycle Day Trip
  • Ride through the Vietnamese countryside just outside of Hoi An to small islands, local artisans, and have a homemade lunch with a local family.
Snorkelling Day Trip
    Countryside Motorcycle Adventure
    • Take an exciting motorcycle ride around Dalat with an English speaking driver/guide. Ride on the back of a motorcycle and admire the region's beautiful lakes, waterfalls, lush forests in the countryside and discover the local culture.
    Ho Chi Minh Street Food Experience By Scooter
    • On this evening tour of Ho Chi Minh City, you'll be taken to some of the best spots while zipping around on a scooter, so you can really experience Vietnamese street food cuisine as a local.
    Mekong Delta Highlights Adventure 2D/1N
    • Cai Rang floating market is one of the largest floating markets in the Mekong Delta. Travel through the unique wetlands in the south of Vietnam and experience the trade lifestyle on the delta. Immerse your senses in the sights, sounds, and colorful lifestyle of the Mekong River.
    Killing Fields & Prison S21 Experience
    • Visit the S21 Prison (Genocide Museum) in Phnom Penh and the Killing Fields about 15 km from the city center. Wander around the complex and learn about the horrors of the Khmer Rouge genocide through fascinating audio tours. Learn about the history of this horrible tragedy from Cambodia's past. 
    Angkor Wat Explorer
    • Visit the world's largest religious structure in the world by land area, Angkor Wat! Marvel at Angkor Thom Temple smiling faces, and explore the Ta Phrom Temple, on this amazing full-day expedition to the wonderful Angkor complex from Siem Reap.

    Guides

    Licensed English-speaking guide

    English-speaking guide

    English speaking guide

    English-speaking guide during some activities

    Accommodation

    5 night(s) accommodation included

    Local transport

    • Bangkok to Sukhothai
    • Sukhothai to Chiang Mai
    • Luang Prabang to Vang Vieng
    • Vang Vieng to Vientiane
    • Vientiane to Hanoi
    • Hanoi to Hue
    • Hue to Hoi An
    • Hoi An to Nha Trang
    • Nha Trang to Dalat
    • Dalat to Ho Chi Minh City
    • Ho Chi Minh City to Phnom Penh
    • Phnom Penh to Siem Reap
    • Siem Reap to Bangkok

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    • 13 Lunch(es)
    • 6 Dinner(s)

    Southeast Asia Circuit (from Bangkok) Travel Pass

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