The 15 day journey let you visit the best of Vietnam including Hanoi, Halong bay, Ho Chi Minh and Mekong delta, see the historical Angkor wonder of Cambodia. And have great days in Thailand to explore Bangkok and the UNESCO sites in Ayutthaya and much more.
Two interesting countries in one package, see the best of Vietnam and Thailand in 12 days. Join this package, you will explore the greatest sites in Vietnam including Hanoi, Halong bay, Ho Chi Minh and Mekong delta and amaze at Thailand.
Koh Kood is one of the few remaining Thai islands not to succumb to a mass wave of development. This is the island of choice for a blissed-out beach break. With this tour, visitors can enjoy secluded sands, pristine environs and distinct lack of gregarious holiday makers. Spend your days snorkeling, walking on the beach and
Experience the picturesque countryside in Laos, where peaceful temples, lush mountain scenery and vibrant markets await. From Northern Thailand, glide down the Mekong to stunning Luang Prabang via Pakbeng. In Vientiane, experience a Mekong sunset, discover ancient relics and learn the secrets of Lao cooking. Extend your journey to the southern part of Thailand to
Experience the history and culture of charming Thailand and Laos. Leave the bright lights of Bangkok for the historic Bridge over the River Kwai, then reach the old city walls of Chiang Mai
Elephant riding has become an integral part of all tourists visits to Thailand. Well-trained elephants can be ridden through local villages and surrounding forests. The type and length of rides varies â€“ it can be a half hour walk around an elephant village or tourist attraction, or you can book a three or five day
1, Location Khlong Lat Mayom is one of the three floating markets located close to Bangkok,Thailand, no more than twenty kilometres from town and accessible by taxi from Wongwian Yai (the last BTS station on the Silom Line). Khlong Lat Mayom is nothing like the huge touristy Damnoen Saduak or the crowded Amphawa but really has the charm
1, Phuket The name Phuket is derived from the Malay word “Bukit” (meaning hill); true to the name, lush, green hills dominate much of the island’s interior. There are still some rubber plantations and relics of the island’s tin mining operations remaining. Most folks head west to the beaches; Phuket’s are some of the best in