Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Myanmar, Laos… The countries that make up Southeast Asia are each amazingly diverse, scenic and interesting places to visit. You could spend a lifetime exploring the region without ever seeing it all, but it doesn’t hurt to try….
Take a look at our itinerary ideas in each of the countries listed below, then feel free to contact one of our Southeast Asia travel specialists to start customizing your dream trip. We offer no-fee consultations and love to share our knowledge of the region – even if you don’t end up booking a trip with us.
To see tour ideas sorted by categories other than country, view our Southeast Asia Tour Packages page.
We offer you a place far, far away where smiles are free and are thus traded daily. Banyan trees envelop ancient temples while sticky rice cooks on an open fire. Ancient and recent history mix to show a country that has endured so much, yet has so much to give.
We offer you Cambodia!
Thailand is a country full of energy and tradition where East meets West. From the modern capital of Bangkok to the ancient capitals of Ayuthaya and Sukothai, Thailand has always been master of its own destiny.
Watch an IMAX movie on the biggest screen in the world….Take a bamboo raft on the Mekong and be met by elephants for a ride through the jungle….Enjoy some of the world’s finest beaches, diving and snorkeling….
This is a country so diverse in both its culture and its scenery that you have to see it to believe it. So come and be amazed by Thailand!
Vietnam is a series of postcards in motion. Step back in time to see boys herding their ducks, men lounging on water buffalo, and women in conical hats bent double in rice fields.
From water puppets in Hanoi to the DMZ near Hue, from the Mekong Delta to the Sapa Hills, Vietnam has sights, history, and people that will shock, amaze, and amuse you.
A diverse and varied culture, Vietnam has something for everyone!
Saffron-robed monks peacefully gather morning alms as the first rays of the sun spill out onto the Mekong. Reds and blues of a hand-woven silk scarf flap in the breeze. Green jungle stretches as far as the eye can see, accenting the golden hues of sunrise, sunset, and the glistening Wats in between.
Experience the colors of Laos!
Due to the changes in the government, Myanmar is a largely unexplored country that has only recently opened for exploration.
In Yangon, the glittering Shwedagon Pagoda rises to the heavens above intricate marketplaces and old colonial buildings. The waters of the Irrawaddy ripple pass ancient temples and modern wats where hundreds of monks study in Mandalay and Bagan. Journey to Inle Lake which remains lost in time and witness a unique way of life. Here everyone from schoolchildren to farmers and craftsmen spend their days on the water.
Come discover the wonders of Myanmar!