Experience the Best of Singapore and Hong Kong with ProVacation! Gear up for a series of exciting adventures in two of Asia’s most happening cities. Thrill to the lights and music of Singapore and Hong Kong’s pumping nightlife. Listen to the call of the wild at Jurong Bird Park and the Singapore Zoo. Give your inner child a chance to come out and play at Hong Kong Disneyland. Hop on to a boat and be dazzled by Macau. Take a break to recharge your spirit among the marine animals of Sentosa Island. Make sure you leave plenty of room for Singapore and Hong Kong’s world class cuisine and variety of street-eats. The Best of Singapore and Hong Kong beckons! Best Time to Visit: October and March
The Classic Vietnam and Temple of Angkor Wat tour offers you the best of northern and southern Vietnam with the added highlight of Angkor Wat in a comprehensive 14-day retreat. A rich fusion of Chinese, Vietnamese and French cultures, begin your trip in the capital city of Hanoi and nearby attractions including Ha Long Bay and Cat Ba National Park. Continue your journey through the Imperial City of Huế and the coastal wonders of Da Nang and Hoi An. Feel the electric vibe of Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) and paddle through the Mekong River Delta, before moving on to Phnom Penh in Cambodia. Finally, see the majestic temple of Angkor Wat via Siem Reap. This is guaranteed to be a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
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
Our 15-day Thailand- Laos Discovery Tour takes you into the heart of Southeast Asia. On this immersive journey, visit ancient temples and discover their intriguing legends. Meet ethnic tribes who settled in the region for hundreds of years and find out their fascinating stories of migration. Feel the captivating charm of the lush tropical landscape as you camp under the stars at night. Savour exotic local flavours and discover new aromas and seasonings. Live the history of the Second World War as you cross the iconic Bridge over the River Khwai. This intensive tour introduces you to the very best of Southeast Asia, with plenty of surprises along the way. Discover nature at its best when you bathe and feed elephants in a specially designed camp for rescued jumbos. Visit the extraordinary Pak Ou Caves of Laos with thousands of miniature Buddha images tucked away along the banks of the Mekong River. Navigate the unique labyrinth of Bangkok’s waterways by boat for a look at life in the Venice of the East. These are ancient cities that have witnessed hundreds of years of monarchy, war, migration, growth and transformation. Every corner is replete with secret messages of a fascinating past. Come with us and unravel the many secrets of Southeast Asia.
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