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Classic Laos

A 2 week adventure travelling through Laos where you will encounter a diverse array of people cultures, stay in hotels reminiscent ofa bygone colonialage as well asa charming lodge overlooking the Mekong River before working your way up to the Golden...

£2843 per person sharing

Inside the Dragon Kingdom

An essential overview of the Himalayan Buddhist Kingdom. This tour imbues you with a subtle appreciation of the Bhutanese situation and way of life. Bhutans character is underpinned by a culture rooted in its traditional past. Monastic-fortress centers...

From £2855 per person sharing

Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos & Bangkok

A veritable tour de force through South East Asia, stand in awe before the temples of Angkor, take a cyclo tour through the old quarterin Hanoi, find a bargain in Bangkok, linger in Luang Prabang, meander down the Mekong and sample the savoury delights...

Equatorial Hotel, Saigon

This five star hotel is centrally located between the waterfront and Cholon (Chinatown) and is only a twenty minute drive from the airport. Facilities at the hotel include seven dining and entertainment outlets, a business centre, meeting and function...

FCC Garden View - Siem Reap

Perfectly located in the centre of Siem Reap, this former French governors mansion features 29 rooms and two lavishly appointed suites. Dcor is simple and stylish with fresh colours and modern artwork. In addition, the quality of the food and the warmth...

Hotel Saigon Morin, Hue

This hotel has witnessed the many changing faces of the country in the twentieth century. Rooms are very spacious, tastefully furnished and offer value for money. Although the hotel lacks some of the facilities of its more luxurious counterparts, it offers charm, history and a central location.

La Residence D'Angkor - Siem Reap

Surrounded by majestic trees, this intimate Khmer-style hotel is set within a leafy walled garden. Rooms are furnished with traditional hardwoods, bamboo and natural textiles such as silk and cotton and each has a terrace overlooking the pool, river...

Maison Souvannaphoum

Metropole, Mysore

Built in the early 1920s as the official guesthouse for visiting dignitaries from abroad, this property has undergone a recent refurbishment which has retained the colonial grace whilst providing elegant and spacious rooms with wooden floors, private balconies and luxurious bathrooms.

Park Hyatt Siem Reap

This chic five star boutique hotel is within walking distance of Siamreaps colourful markets and many restaurants and bars. Khmer design has been fused with an Art Deco style to create a wonderfully sophisticated yet peaceful atmosphere throughout...

Hoi An in the Evening

From the 16th 19th centuries, Hoi An drew merchants from as far afield as India, Japan, Indonesia and Europe to trade in silk, spices and porcelain. The town is beautifully preserved, retaining much of its charm, and has been listed a World Heritage...

Siem Reap at night in the market

The Gateway to Angkor, this once sleepy town has rapidly grown with the increased numbers of visitors who flock to see the temples each year. Tourists of all ages and nationalities meander through the tree-lined streets and boulevards. The town boasts...

Luang Prabang

Laos former royal capital, the charming little town of Luang Prabang, is a real highlight for any visitor. Nestling beside the MekongRiver and surrounded by mountains, this has long been Laos religious centre. There are dozens of historic temples,...