The land of the ascending dragon of Vietnam and million elephants of Laos calls out to the adventurer in you to experience this memorable 15-day trip across the 2 countries hosting several well-known cities and natural wonders. Right from the mornings spent experiencing the surreal rituals of monks at Luang Prabang to saving your breath while slithering through the narrow cavities of Cu Chi Tunnels in Saigon and finding the simple joy of sharing a traditional Vietnamese meal with locals in Hanoi, these two weeks tailored by our experienced travellers and guides are bound to leave you astonished, enlightened and craving for more by the end of the journey. Come and be a part of this takeaway of a trove of lasting memories, from two of Southeast Asia’s most pleasant countries. Notes: Museums remain shut twice a week. Monday and Friday The Mausoleum in Hanoi are open throughout the year apart from September and October Hiring cycles and two wheelers are subject to government permits and availability of vehicles
19 days and nights spent extensively exploring the natural, historical and cultural evidences of the Indo-China plateau, beginning in Phnom Penh, a city once known as the Pearl of Asia, currently finding its place back into being a moderately busy capital, and heading on to Angkor Wat in Siem Reap, which many consider as one of the seven wonders of the world and the temple which is believed to be the world’s largest religious building. Moving on to the hustle and bustle of Saigon, to experiencing up close more culturally relevant towns of Hue for its many attractions featuring the majestic tomb of Minh Mang, renowned for its architecture and forest setting. Along the way, we explore the city of Hoi An, that boasts of its historical and cultural uniqueness and individuality. Living life like a local and overlooking the karst cliffs in the vanishing grey mists of the Halong Bay in Hanoi before moving on to the capital of Laos, Vientiane- home of the massive gilded stupa, Pha That Luang, a national symbol of Laos. Finally, finishing up the last leg of the journey by stopping over in Luang Prabang, the quaint and laidback town with its waterfalls, scaling peaks and the milky-brown waters of the surreal Mekong River. Notes: Museums remain shut twice a week, every Monday and Friday The Mausoleum in Hanoi are open throughout the year apart from September and October Hiring cycles and two wheelers are subject to government permits and availability of vehicles
The Singapore Heritage Tour is perfect for people interested in learning about the history and cultural heritage of Singapore. This trip offers you deep insight into the country’s colonial past, and how it has shaped the current lives of its citizens. Singapore is known for being home to diverse cultures, religions, and ethnicities. Different communities live together in harmony while celebrating their unique identities. Observe the progress of time in the city as you visit Singapore’s oldest and newest housing estates, and walk through the alleys of the vibrant Chinatown. Explore the various colonial landmarks like the Colonial District that will tell you the history of the British rule in Singapore, and the resulting influences in the architecture, culture and cuisine of the country. Walk through the cultural enclaves developed by the various ethnic communities living in Singapore, and immerse yourself in the bustling life of the local markets. Delight your taste buds by sampling authentic Chinese, Malay and Peranakan dishes. Learn about Singapore’s struggle under Japanese occupation as you visit the World War II memorial sites. Learn about the fascinating biodiversity of Singapore as you visit the Butterfly Park and the Insect Kingdom at Sentosa Island, and the Singapore Zoo. Best Time to Visit: All the Year Round
Pro Vacation brings you a one-of-a-kind Cambodian sojourn with a 9-day journey across Cambodian country roads. On this tour, we seek out the exotic and the unexplored. Try cycling across the rural back roads of Stung Treng and passing bustling bazaars and serene temples on your way. Sail along the Mekong River on an excursion to spot the elusive Irrawaddy dolphin near Kampi. Visit a mulberry farm to see how local women from vulnerable communities are trained in sericulture and silk weaving. For the adventurous epicurean, there’s a dish of deep fried spider to munch on! Our tour takes us to the island of Kep. Explore this charming colonial-style town once favoured by Cambodia’s French elite and take a trip to the curiously named Rabbit Island. History lurks in every corner of Cambodia and we stumble across several intriguing relics on our tour including the 7th century Prasat Preah Srey and the 12th century Wat Nakhor Pagoda. This is a fully immersive trip into authentic Cambodian rural life. If you love adventure and discovering new cultures this is the trip for you.
Our 10-day Cambodian Temple Trail takes you on a journey to explore some of the best known as well as remote temples of the country. Our tour begins in the ancient city of Siem Reap and we trace the trajectory of the Angkor kingdom and its architectural marvels in the old capital of Angkor Thom. The 12th century site is home to several Hindu and Buddhist temples some of which have stood the test of time, while others are now dilapidated relics of their former structures. Discover the fascinating legends behind these ancient edifices once used by kings. Visit the most iconic temple of Cambodia, Angkor Wat and be awed by the magnificence of Khmer architecture and craftsmanship. Our journey takes us through a jungle canopy to the hidden temple of Banteay Chhmar that remained abandoned for 800 years. History and legend lurk around every corner of Cambodia and we seek out some of these enigmas on our temple trail across the country. For those who have an affinity for Southeast Asian history, this tour is particularly interesting as it traces different periods of Khmer history and shows the fusion of Hinduism and Buddhism in local culture of the time.
Cambodia is the quintessential Asian retreat with its ancient temples, lush tropical rainforests, bustling bazaars and virgin islands. Our 10-day tour of Cambodia begins in the capital city of Phnom Penh. Discover the fascinating landmarks of the imperial city and get a glimpse into the home of the monarchy at the Royal Palace. Get a taste of the exotic and sample new and exciting flavours of the region’s cuisine that resonate with Chinese and Thai influences. Spend a day at an elephant sanctuary for injured and abused jumbos. Discover remote tribal villages in Mondulkuri province. Spot the elusive Irrawaddy Dolphin in the Mekong River. Travel to your own private island resort and revel in the luxurious solitude of island life. Phnom Penh to Private Island Retreat gives you a taste of the many facets of Cambodia in one power-packed tour. This holiday is great for families as well as couples looking for a romantic Asian getaway. The itinerary can be customised to suit the individual requirements of our guests. So come on a Cambodian Sojourn with us and experience the best of Asia.
The quaint and picturesque Southeast Asian nation of Cambodia is sure to delight visitors given the fact that it has a rich and ancient history and more than just temples and pagodas to offer. The must visit country bordering Thailand is known for its several beaches and riverside towns, as it continues to grow as a popular tourist destination with travellers from across the world flocking to get mesmerized by marvels in this country. The 10-day tour allows you to explore the rural life, culture and an opportunity to enjoy local cuisines, sure to leave you asking for more by the end of the trip. Everything, right from the lakes, the temples, architecture and the vibe of Cambodia is certainly going to leave you spellbound.
This is a tour designed for explorers, from the city sights and sounds of Kuching to the markets of Malay Kampongs, from the national parks to river cruises and trekking. The exploration of the extensive cave system of Borneo is followed by understanding the conservation efforts for the native wildlife at Semenggoh Nature Reserve. Kayaking to reach a native Bidayuh village to some relaxation at the Permai Rainforest Resort. The excitement never ends as you go looking for the estuarine crocodile the mangrove fireflies and the elusive Proboscis monkey. Explore the region before flying away to the Northern Highlands. This is the homeland of the indigenous Kelabit tribe. This entire region is known for its peaceful agricultural atmosphere. Visit the Ulung Palang Longhouse, the Bario school, and the oldest longhouse in the region. Explore the salt springs which are the source of the famous Bario Salt. The area is rich in archeological sites including remnants of the region’s ancient people. We will get a chance to visit the mighty Batu Narit Arur Bilit, and the Batu Ipak Upai Semaring. This is a tour that takes you off the beaten track.
This is a tour designed for the explorer in you. It starts with the city attraction of Kuching like the Urang Sarawak Gallery, Waterfront, and colonial buildings. Nature and its conservation is a major theme and we explore conservation efforts and the vast endemic flora and fauna at Semenggoh Nature Reserve and Bako National Park. The traditional lifestyle is included with a touch of luxury when visiting the Aiman Batang Ai Resort & Retreat. Local Markets and boat rides are how we reach here. Visit the former headhunters of Borneo after riding a traditional longboat to a native longhouse. A traditional war dance in full ceremonial regalia will be the highlight of this visit. The Bako National Park is the perfect place to see Sarawak’s fauna & wildlife. Experience primary forest with botanical treasures as well as the elusive proboscis monkey and many other wildlife species. The next stop is the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Mulu Caves. Many of the caves in the region hold world records for size, height, or length. Visit Lang’s Cave, Deer Cave, Wind Cave and the Clearwater Cave and springs. This is a medium length tour covering many aspects of the beauty of the region and its diversity.