The Best Places in Southeast Asia Luxury Small Group Tour

12 Guest Maximum

Memorial Day Sale 5.25 - 6.10

Private Tours

Day 1: Arrive in Hanoi, Vietnam. Your arrival and departure transfers can be reserved with your guest relations manager, who is assigned to you after you book your tour. We strongly recommend that our guests consider arriving a day earlier, as this allows you to recuperate from jetlag, and serves as insurance against international flight delays and cancellations.

Sunset in Hanoi

Sunset in Hanoi

An additional night’s lodging at your gorgeous historic hotel can be added as part of the process as you reserve your tour.

If you are arriving a day earlier, your airport to hotel transfer will be provided a day earlier. Our services begin with your greeting as you exit the customs area at Hanoi airport. You are then driven to your boutique luxury hotel and assisted with your check-in if it is after 3pm. If it is much before 3pm, an earlier check-in can be arranged at an additional charge. The Sofitel Legend Metropole is one of a few internationally revered historic hotels which first opened its doors in 1901. Scores of heads of state, business tycoons, and celebrities have stayed here, including celebrities such as Charlie Chaplin and Joan Baez.

Your lodging has an enviable location in the iconic Old Quarter of Hanoi, and major attractions such as the Hanoi Opera, great restaurants, cafes and bars, as well as the vibrant street scene, are just a few steps away, but not in any way intrusive. Hanoi is one of the world’s most fascinating cities to explore on foot, with an exceptional street food scene, and its Old Quarter is always abuzz with activity and has an amazing energy that is near impossible to resist. Located on the banks of the Red River, Vietnam's capital is a stylish and gracious city that retains a unique old-world charm and has some of Asia’s most striking colonial architecture.
(Overnight – Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi)

Day 2: Hanoi. (Breakfast and Welcome Orientation Dinner) Start your exploration of Vietnam’s capital with a visit to the Temple of Literature. Built in 1070 as a Confucian temple and school, this complex became Vietnam’s first university six years later. Multiple courtyards, water tanks, temples, and unique architecture are what you will notice first. A unique sight here is 82 large stone slabs (with large tortoise shaped bases of stone) that have the names and other details of doctoral laureates of the university from 1442 to 1779. It is common to see local students at the temple in school groups throughout the year, and large groups of them are here dressed in their finest during graduation periods. Walk around the complex and its gardens and explore several temples housing beautiful statues of the university’s founders and greatest scholars.

Next up is the impressive Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum complex. This site is highly revered by the North Vietnamese, and consists of several structures, including Uncle Ho’s (Ho Chi Minh) modest house on stilts, and of course the iconic mausoleum itself. This granite structure stands prominently above the parade area and grandstand at a height of 70 feet and is surrounded by meticulously maintained lawns and gardens. Please note that we do not include a viewing of the preserved body of Ho Chi Minh, housed inside, as this requires a 45 minute (minimum) wait in line, and no photos are allowed.

Presidential Palace Hanoi

Presidential Palace Hanoi

Next to the mausoleum is the beautiful Presidential Palace, built between 1900 and 1906 as the French Governor General of Indochina’s residence.

The Palace is not open to the public, but you can stop here for a photo opportunity of the front left profile of the structure, as well as its beautiful gardens. Ho Chi Minh refused to live in the palace and had a simple home on stilts built in the gardens, which you will walk through to experience its simplicity and austerity.

Return to your beautiful hotel in the old quarter and you are at leisure for a short while during which you can enjoy lunch. In the early afternoon you will experience a guided walk through the fascinating old quarter. When Hanoi was much smaller, this area was the residential, commercial, and manufacturing hub. Each street was dedicated to locals practicing a particular trade, and this practice has continued until today, except the fact that there are far more street food outlets and cafes, adding even more color to an already fascinating sight.

Your walk will end at the Dong Xuan market and next you will enjoy a roughly 40-minute cyclo (pedicab) ride around the Old Quarter. These ancient narrow streets are bustling with people and shops. Your ride ends at Hoan Kiem Lake in the city center. The small urban lake is also known as The Lake of the Restored Sword, and the area surrounding it is Hanoi’s cultural center.

Hoan Kiem Lake Bridge to Ngoc Sun Temple

Hoan Kiem Lake Bridge to Ngoc Sun Temple

Visit Ngoc Son Temple, situated on a small island in the photogenic lake, and observe the fascinating rituals that take place here - the devout visit it for blessings throughout the day.

Welcome Dinner with Vietnam Orientation and Cocktails Event: This evening you will enjoy a short walk through a different part of the fascinating Old Quarter to one of Hanoi’s top-ranked boutique hotels. The elevators will take you to the rooftop bar area from where there is a charming view of Hani and Hoan Kiem Lake. While you enjoy a cocktail, your expert Vietnam Connoisseur Guide will give you an orientation of Vietnam and its culture, and things that you will experience during your exploration. Next you will be escorted to the excellent restaurant on the floor below you (also with a great view) and here you will enjoy a delicious dinner. As with most of your meals while you are in Southeast Asia with us, delicious options between local specialties and western cuisine will be available during this dinner.
(Overnight – Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi)

Day 3: Hanoi. (Breakfast and Lunch) Start your day with a visit to a residential Hanoi district seldom experienced by foreigners. You will feel like you have traveled back in time into the 1960’s when Hanoi was a quaint capital populated mostly by modest workers. Wander around these narrow alleys covered in colorful market stalls, observe the locals as they go about their daily lives – you will experience Hanoi as only the locals do.

After this you will visit the home of a renowned artist and craftsman who makes his own water puppets and performs shows – he has won many awards and traveled to many international venues, including the U.S., to stage performances. You will observe the many intricate processes he goes through to create the puppets, and you will see and learn how puppeteers orchestrate the performances (from behind the scenes) that are so popular in Northern Vietnam.

Return to the Old Quarter and break for lunch at the famous Sadhu restaurant, a charming upscale establishment serving innovative fusion vegetarian cuisine. There is a short break at your hotel to freshen up. In the late afternoon comes a fascinating performance of Water Puppetry, where Easy Tours guests will enjoy preferred seating. Knowing the details behind this elaborate and stylized performance will further enhance your viewing pleasure.

The Thang Long Puppet Theatre is Hanoi’s most famous because of the quality of the performers, and it is located on the banks of Hoan Kiem Lake, across from Ngoc Son Temple. This art form, which is unique to North Vietnam, originated in the 11th century. The combination of indigenous music, small fireworks, and the colorful wooden performers, as well as the accomplished musicians visible in the gallery, makes this spectacle a great introduction to North Vietnamese cultural entertainment.

After the performance, you will enjoy a short walk to your hotel by the charming lake, walking past the locals as they dine on street food, an activity that is omnipresent in the evening all over the Old Quarter. By now you will start realizing that the Vietnamese take street food to a whole new level, even by Southeast Asia standards – people eating are everywhere, occupying sections of the pedestrian walkways, parks, sometimes taking over parts of the roads after sunset, enjoying the wares from scores of small street stalls.
(Overnight – Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi)

Day 4: Hanoi – Ha Long Bay. (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) Check-out from your hotel in the morning, and then you are driven to an island off the coast of Ha Long. A new highway has now cut the driving time from about 3:45 minutes each way to about 2 hours 15 minutes. Upon your arrival you will join your fellow cruise travelers in a reception area where refreshments will be served. After a while you will be assisted in boarding your top-ranked luxury vessel. This is one of the newest cruisers on the bay and you will be in a beautiful balcony cabin on the upper deck which offers wonderful views.

Halong Bay Arial View

Halong Bay Arial View

The entire bay on this coast of Vietnam is one of the world’s most spectacular seascapes, resulting in it being listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

The water is very calm on the bay, and the scenic beauty is characterized by a vast area that is full of lush limestone (karst) hills jutting out of the ocean. Your cruise will cover parts of Ha Long Bay and Lan Ha Bay and you will visit some of the main attractions, but you will also spend quite a bit of time where most other cruises don’t go, in stunning locations that are a little off the beaten track.

You will have various excursions available during your cruise, including options to kayak, swim, visit floating villages, and a lot more, and there will also be a full schedule of activities on the ship that you can participate in. Excellent Vietnamese and western cuisine options will be served throughout your cruise.
Lunch is served shortly after the cruise begins.
(Paradise Grand Cruise)

Day 5: Ha Long Bay – Hue. (Breakfast and Lunch) Wake up a little early to stunning views and then enjoy breakfast, after which you have the option to experience this morning’s scheduled excursion. Return after the scheduled morning excursion, and a full brunch will be waiting for you. The boat now begins its leisurely cruise to the dock, giving you plenty of time for more relaxation and photography. Check out of your cabin and you are met by your Country Connoisseur Guide and chauffeur at the dock. You are then driven to Hanoi airport to board your flight to Hue, The City of Mist.

You are greeted at Hue airport and you are driven to your art deco historic riverfront resort for check-in. By far Hue’s best lodging option, it was the residence of the French Resident Superieure (Governor) in times past. Time Magazine listed this hotel in its best hotels in the world in 2019, and the resort has received countless other awards. We use the larger Deluxe Rooms as the standard Superior Rooms are a little small.

Hue is known for its magnificent monuments built under the Nguyen Dynasty (1802 - 1945), and also famous for its amazing food, as well as its unique conical hats. Unlike Hanoi and Saigon, the city has a relaxed vibe, and evening walks by the Perfume River, and the delightful cafes that are found here, are highly recommended. The monuments that you will visit here make up one of Vietnam’s eight UNESCO World Heritage Sites. This honor was bestowed on the city in 1993 since it is such a fine example of an eastern feudal capital.
(Overnight – Azerai La Residence)

Day 6: Hue. (Breakfast, Lunch and Cocktail Cruise) Your day will start in the morning with a visit to the impressive mausoleum of King Tu Duc (ruled 1848 - 1883). Close by is the next attraction, the unique mausoleum of King Khai Dinh (ruled 1916 - 1925).

Mausoleum of King Tu Duc's

A Courtyard at King Tu Duc's Mausoleum

These ornate and colorful monuments, designed by the kings themselves, were also used as holiday retreats during their lifetimes.

Next you will enjoy a guided walk-through older part of Hue, including a busy market located next to the river.

A short drive will bring you very near your next experience, and you will break for lunch at wonderful Fine Dining French Vietnamese restaurant, Les Jardins de la Carambole. After lunch you will continue your exploration with a visit to the Royal Citadel. The sprawling complex of palaces, fortifications and pagodas was, in its day, virtually impenetrable. The tour of this Imperial City features monuments such as the Flag Tower, Noon Gate, Nine Dynastic Urns, Nine Holy Cannons, Thai Hoa Palace (Palace of Supreme Harmony), and the Forbidden Purple City. Return to your beautiful colonial resort and take a short break to freshen up.

Private Sunset Cocktail Cruise: Board your boutique lodge’s upscale boat for a private one-and-a-half-hour sunset cocktail cruise on the Perfume River. The river gets its name from that fact that, during fall, orchids growing upriver of Hue fall into the waters creating a wonderful smell on the waters. The cruise lets you experience the enchanting ancient city of Hue from a different perspective as you watch the sun set on the river and the city. Delicious cocktails and canapes are served during the cruise.
(Overnight – Azerai La Residence)

Day 7: Hue – Hoi An. (Breakfast and Lunch) You will be assisted with your check-out in the morning. Embark on a scenic 3.5-hour (approximately) drive to Hoi An. Some of this drive is through coastal fishing villages, and some of it is on one of Southeast Asia’s most spectacular roads, where you straddle the Pacific Ocean with amazing views on one side, and lush green hills on the other. At the highest point of the journey, you will have a breathtaking view of the Pacific, and on the other side a view of the modern city of Da Nang and its bay. You will drive through the outskirts of Da Nang as you head towards Hoi An, and a brief photo opportunity stop will be at the beach zone that was a favorite for American soldiers during the Vietnam war, immortalized in the television series China Beach.

Arrive near historic and charming Hoi An in the early afternoon, in time for a slightly late lunch at a very nice beachfront restaurant. After lunch, you will be driven inland for about 15 minutes and assisted with your check-in at your top-ranked boutique resort. Although the Heritage town of Hoi An is an ancient seaport, it is now about 3 miles from the coastline as the crow flies. Easy Tours uses the highest rated and top-ranked lodging in Hoi An, and the boutique lodge is located within Hoi An and is a very short walk or drive from the UNESCO Site.

You will be staying in a beautiful Verandah Suite in the more exclusive and relatively new Club Section of the lodge, and the services and cuisine are among the best you will experience anywhere in Southeast Asia. A leisurely 10-to-15-minute walk, 3-minute taxi ride, or a 5-minute bike ride (complimentary at your resort) can bring you to the ancient town in case you want to return there at any time during your stay. Although the food at your lodge is excellent, we also recommend the extremely charming French inspired riverfront restaurants and cafes in the ancient town for dinner this evening.

Hoi An

Hoi An

Hoi An is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site as the best-preserved ancient seaport in Southeast Asia.

Easy Tours prefers not to take our guests to the ancient town during the late morning and early afternoon as, during those hours, it gets really crowded and noisy due to a large influx of tourist bus groups from the large Da Nang casino resorts. We begin your discovery of the ancient seaport in the late afternoon with a guided walk through the Japanese and Chinese Quarters of the tiny ancient town. One of the highlights is the beautifully crafted and much-photographed Japanese Bridge. You will also visit a number of temples, pagodas, communal houses, traditional shops, and other places of interest in the small town.
(Overnight – La Siesta Resort & Spa)

Day 8: Hoi An. (Breakfast and Special Dinner) This is a flex day where you can select one of the following two options for the first part of the day:

Option 1: My Son – UNESCO World Heritage Site. You are driven to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of My Son, Vietnam’s premier archaeological site. My Son is a large complex of Hindu Temples that were constructed between the 4th and 14th century by the Champa Kingdom, and were where royal religious ceremonies were conducted for many centuries. My Son also served as a royal burial ground. Many of the 70 plus structures were, at least, partially destroyed by American bombing during the war.

The temples are dedicated to Lord Shiva, known locally as Bhadresvara. They include temples and towers that are intricately connected to each other. One of the main components of Cham architectural design is the ornate tower, designed to portray the king’s divinity. The site has a surreal ambiance, as the deserted temples are located in a lush jungle valley and surrounded by hill ranges. From here you are driven back to your gorgeous lodging and you are at leisure for a couple of hours for relaxation at your lodge, until your bamboo platform dining experience.


Option 2: Fisherman and Farmer for a Half Day. Rural Farming & Fishing Life Experience. Join your expert HoiAn Guide for a drive into the rural region away from modern civilization, along the Thu Bon River and its gorgeous Nipa Mangroves, passing lush farms and jungles. Soon you will arrive at the home and workshop of a local bamboo craftsman.

Bamboo Weaving

Bamboo Weaving

Bamboo is widely used for a myriad of purposes in central coastal Vietnam, and there are a few expert craftsmen who sculpt and create with this amazing natural resource.

Your host this morning is one of the very best of these craftsmen. You will be shown the steps of the creative process, and you are encouraged to make a souvenir for yourself.

You will now proceed to visit a local fisherman’s family. We recommend that you use bicycles for this part of the excursion, although for those group members who would rather not, your vehicle will be headed to the same destination. The approximately 5-mile ride is on flat country roads with no traffic, and the scenery is extremely charming. At the end of the ride, you will meet the friendly family and learn about their simple lifestyles, followed by a lesson in Vietnamese net fishing! From here you are driven back to your lodging and you are at leisure for a couple of hours for relaxation at your lodge, until your bamboo platform dining experience.

All Guests: Bamboo Platform Dining Experience. At 4:30 PM your Guide will escort you to the banks of the river. You will be assisted in boarding one of the Hoi An regions iconic basket boats for a short cruise. After a few minutes you will arrive at your destination – large floating bamboo rafts, situated on a beautiful secluded part of the river, surrounded by tropical nature. Butlers and other staff will feed you unique local cuisine and fresh vegetables. At the end of the evening, at about 8 PM, you will be driven back to your resort.
(Overnight – La Siesta Resort & Spa)

Day 9: Hoi An – Da Nang – Saigon. (Breakfast and Lunch)Check-out of your resort in the morning and you are driven to Da Nang airport, crossing the charming Dragon Bridge on the way, where you will board the noon flight to Saigon.

Arrive at Saigon Airport and you will now proceed for a drive to the pastoral area that is home to the Cu Chi Tunnels. You will enjoy a late lunch at a riverfront restaurant upon arrival, before your exploration.

The Cu Chi area is famed for its elaborate network of over 125 miles (200 kilometers) of three-story underground tunnels hand-dug during the Vietnam War. As you tour this extremely popular attraction, you have the option to experience climbing down into a tunnel and crawling around to get a taste of how the North Vietnamese soldiers (Vietcong) lived during the latter part of the war. There are displays of weaponry that was used, as well as life-sized clay likenesses of the North Vietnamese soldiers depicting the lives they lived.

From here you are driven to District 1 in Saigon and assisted with check-in at Vietnam’s most luxurious city hotel, the Reverie, also ranked as Saigon’s top hotel. The opulence of the hotel and your room cannot be described in words – it has to be experienced! You are in the heart of Saigon’s downtown (District 1), and restaurants, cafes, bars, and shopping are right at your doorstep, as are historical structures such as the Opera House. You are a couple of minutes’ away from the scenic Saigon River. Dinner and/or a drink is recommended at the Saigon Saigon Rooftop Bar at the nearby (5-minute walk) upscale Caravelle Hotel – this is the spot where American correspondents such as Dan Rather, Tom Brokaw and Peter Jennings received their daily war briefing and it was their favorite watering hole during that time. Both the food and the drinks are very good.

Located near the mouth of the Mekong, this city was once nothing more than swampland inhabited by a few Khmer people. Today it is Vietnam’s largest and most metropolitan city, now known as Ho Chi Minh City.
(Overnight – The Reverie Saigon)

Nursery on Canal

Nursery on Canal

The city of over 9 million people is a prototypical large Asian city with an impressive modern skyline overlooking busy streets overflowing with, for western visitors, chaotic scooter, motorcycle and other traffic.

Day 10: Saigon. (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) You will start your exploration of Saigon with a visit to the Reunification Palace. This was the headquarters of the United States supported South Vietnamese government and has been left largely as it appeared on the day the Viet Cong’s tanks crashed through the gate and claimed victory for the North. The original furniture, equipment rooms, and war rooms remain untouched, all the way down to the rotary phones on the desks and strategic maps on the walls. In the middle of the crowded city, this large structure and its vast grounds are a fascinating time warp taking you back to the early 1970’s.

After this you will enjoy an easy slow paced walk through Saigon, including the famous shopping street of Dong Khoi.

Notre Dame Cathedral

Notre Dame Cathedral

The walk starts at Notre Dame Cathedral, currently under a major renovation (2022 – 2026) that prohibits entry.

Next to the cathedral is the beautiful colonial building housing the Central Post Office, with its amazing collection of century old western telegraphs and other machines. This is an active place of business, and the gorgeous antique interior includes wooden phone booths and counters that the locals will be standing at while buying services.

Your path leads you to the Municipal Theater, after which you will walk through a little more of Saigon before breaking for lunch at a top-rated contemporary fusion restaurant, the Quan Bui. After lunch you will be escorted back to your nearby hotel.

Saigon River Cruise Dinner: In the evening you will join your Guide for a short drive to another pier on the Saigon River where you will be assisted in boarding your river cruising vessel. Enjoy Saigon city lights and the multiple entertainment acts as you dine on a large and fresh selection of Vietnamese and some western cuisine. There are local dancers, musicians, a magician, and you are encouraged to join the performances.
(Overnight – The Reverie Saigon)

Day 11: Saigon - Siem Reap, Cambodia. (Breakfast and Lunch) This morning you have the option to experience an exploration of the War Remnants Museum. We do not recommend this museum to guests who don’t want to experience gruesome war photos, written descriptions, and exhibits. Also, please bear in mind that the atrocities exhibited are those attributed to American and French soldiers, during what Vietnamese call the American War and the earlier Anti-French Resistance War. For those who want to forego the museum, you can enjoy your spectacular hotel until the late morning or explore surrounding District 1 on your own. Those who visit the museum will return to your hotel to freshen up.

You are assisted with your check-out at noon and your bags are loaded into your vehicle. Enjoy a 3 to 4-minute walk through the affluent shopping area of District 1 and you will reach your destination for lunch, which will be at a wonderful upscale Vietnamese restaurant, Vietnam House. After lunch you are driven to the airport where your Vietnamese Country Connoisseur Guide will bid you farewell after assisting you with your check-in for your flight to Siem Reap, Cambodia.

Arrive in Siem Reap and you are greeted at the airport and driven to your centrally located hotel. Your highly ranked resort hotel has by far the most extensive facilities, including gardens and water bodies, among Siem Reap hotels, along with very good service and cuisine. For those who still have energy, you are a little more than half a mile from Siem Reap’s popular Pub Street, and you can either walk there or take one of the easily available tuk-tuks.
(Overnight – Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra Golf & Spa Resort)

Day 12: Siem Reap. (Breakfast and Lunch) You can sleep-in this morning and start your day at 10 AM, or you can start around 8:15 AM with a curated visit to the Angkor National Museum, located a couple of minutes from your hotel. Or This is a modern well-designed museum with an incredible selection of artifacts from the Angkor and other Cambodian Civilizations. The visit will cover only a small part of museum’s treasures, but your time here, along with the curator’s knowledge, will enhance your overall understanding of what you are experiencing in the Angkor Region. At 9:45 AM you will return to your hotel ang join anyone who chose not to visit the museum.

The main itinerary for this day starts around 10 AM with your first exploration of one of the seven wonders of the world, Angkor Wat. There will be a stop at the offsite archaeological park ticket counter where you will be photographed for your Angkor Pass Badge. Your Guide will provide lanyards for you to carry your 3 Day Pass; the passes are frequently checked as you explore the incredible structures of Angkor.

In the last few years, when we explore Southeast Asian wonders such as Angkor Wat, it is not uncommon to come across young locals posing for social media. At Angkor Wat this can be particularly charming as young Cambodian women spend a lot of money to dress-up as traditional Apsaras and pose for photos around the monument!

Angkor Wat

Angkor Wat

After pausing at a couple of vantage points for your own photographs, you will proceed into the massive complex to discover its incredible main structure and plethora of intricacies.

Believed to be the world's largest religious building, this 12th century temple is a perfect fusion of symbolism and symmetry and a source of pride and strength to all Cambodians.

After lunch you will explore the immense walled city of Angkor Thom and its multiple awe-inspiring monuments. Multiple impressive temples and other structures survive within the Angkor Thom Architectural Zone and you will visit the most impressive. The causeway that leads to your entrance gate is lined by an intricately carved bridge (one of the Angkor Region’s most photographed sites) depicting the Churning of the Ocean of Milk from Hindu mythology in which the Devas (gods) and Asuras (devils) are engaged in tug of war with a Naga (seven-headed serpent) to obtain the elixir of immortality.

Following the occupation of Angkor by the Chams from 1177 to 1181, the king decided to build an impregnable fortress at the heart of his empire. Begin your visit at the 11th Century Baphuon, recognized as one of the most beautiful temples at Angkor. It has undergone a massive renovation by the French and is now once again open for viewing.

A very short drive brings you to the enigmatic and enchanting temple of the Bayon, which is justifiably the most photographed monument in the Angkor Region. At the exact center of Angkor Thom, this is an eccentric expression of the creative genius and inflated ego of Cambodia’s most celebrated king. The 54 Temple Towers have massive ‘Buddha of Compassion’ faces carved on all four sides, each one bearing a strong resemblance to the king. The immense structure is partially in ruins and perpetually under some renovation, but you can still walk around inside and find amazement as you turn a corner. The benevolent faces on the towers still overlook the whole area, further enhancing the other-worldly feel in parts of the Angkor Region.

Next is the mystical Ta Prohm, which has been abandoned to the elements for centuries. Left as it was discovered by French explorer Henri Mouhout in 1860, the tentacle-like tree roots here are slowly strangling the surviving stones. This was one of the settings for the original Tomb Raider movie, and obviously has visitors lined up for photos at a couple of attractions.

Complete today’s exploration with a visit to another temple that makes you feel like you have traveled back in time - Preah Khan. This eerie large temple has also been left unrestored for the most part and is a fascinating maze of narrow passageways and windows, all adding to the unique feel of Angkor Thom.
(Overnight – Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra Resort)

Day 13: Siem Reap. (Breakfast, Lunch and Special Dinner) Guests who want to visit Angkor Wat at sunrise will wake well before dawn and join your Guide in the lobby. Arrive at the monuments entrance before the sun rises and walk to a location near the temple where your sunrise view of Angkor Wat is across lotus ponds, making for a very memorable experience. After admiring and photographing the sunrise on the temple complex, you will return to your hotel to freshen up.

After breakfast you will proceed on a scenic 75 to 90-minute drive through the Cambodian countryside to the amazing temple complex of Beng Mealea. Arrive and start your exploration of this massive early 12th century complex.

Beng Maelea Tree

Beng Mealea Tree

Although partially in ruins, much of the complex is still in good condition, and some of the trees and vegetation have intermingled with the structure to create a sight that is unmatched by other similar monuments in Southeast Asia.

Due to its distance from Siem Reap, this surreal complex attracts significantly fewer tourists than Angkor Wat and the temples in the city of Angkor Thom.

From Beng Mealea you will head towards Tonle Sap Lake. Upon arrival you will break for lunch at a charming floating house that has been specially prepared for our guests this afternoon. Your excellent food choices will be catered by Easy Tours and lunch today will be one of the most memorable dining experiences of your Southeast Asia exploration.

Tonle Sap is the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia, and the lake is connected to a river of the same name. A UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, the lake region is one of the most biodiverse in the world, and its waters were what sustained the magnificent Angkor civilization, and others before and afterward. The lake loses much of its water during winter, and when the rains come in the late spring/early summer, the lake fills up and rises over 30 feet.

You will board your boat and your first stop will be at a floating explore the lakeside fishing community of Kampong Khleang, the largest town on the lake. You will be fascinated by the network of houses on up to 30-foot-tall stilts, lush farmlands, and small fishing communities on the lake, and you will have the opportunity to observe how the locals live and work in this unique environment. Unlike the very touristy and hawker-filled village of Chong Kneas, where almost all other tours go, Kampong Khleang offers a more authentic experience.

Special Dinner Experience: A very short drive across the Siem Reap River will bring you to the top-ranked restaurant, Embassy Khmer Gastronomy. This Fine Dining boutique restaurant is owned and operated by twin sisters who are both excellent chefs as well as gracious hosts. Only the freshest of local ingredients are used here and the delicious food and its impressive presentation are arguably the best you will experience anywhere. On the way back to your lodging guests who want to experience Siem Reap’s most popular night market will be dropped off along with your Cambodia Connoisseur Guide for a fascinating walk through the local night market to shop for all sorts of souvenirs and locally made apparel. Those who are not interested will be driven back to your nearby resort and your vehicle will then return to the market area and wait for those exploring the market. This is a very large and colorful market with scores of stalls and haggling is expected.
(Overnight – Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra Resort)

Day 14: Siem Reap – Bangkok. (Breakfast and Lunch) After an assisted check-out you will head to the Banteay Srei Temple Complex. Although it attracts more visitors than Beng Mealea, it is less crowded than the main complexes in the Siem Reap Region. Banteay Srei is another Cambodian temple dedicated to the Hindu God Shiva, and, at more than a thousand years of age, it is older than almost all of the other major temple complexes in the Siem Reap Region.

Constructed from hard red sandstone, this temple is a study in detail. It is small when compared to the other structures you will have visited in Siem Reap, or even the Beng Mealea Complex.


Apsara's at Banteay Srei

However, the intricacy of its original sculptures, especially the detailed figures of Hindu Gods and Goddesses, and the voluptuous and beautiful Apsaras, is unsurpassed among all the wonders found in the Angkor region.

Some parts of this temple, more so than in other Angkor Region monuments, are replicas due to theft (before adequate protections were added) over the last few decades.

From Banteay Srei you will head back to Siem Reap where you will break for lunch at a very charming upscale and boutique lodge. The atmospheric Chanrey Tree Restaurant serves excellent cuisine and is a favorite among upscale travelers visiting Siem Reap. After lunch you will be driven to the nearby airport for your flight to Bangkok. Your Cambodia Guide will bid farewell to you after assisting with your check-in.

Arrive in Bangkok and you are greeted at the airport by your Thailand Connoisseur Guide and driven to your riverfront hotel for assisted check-in to your upgraded river view room. The giant metropolis of Bangkok is a fascinating blend of modern skyscrapers, congested traffic, beautiful and ornate Wats (temples), incredible street food, and a lot more. The colorful Thai culture and the easygoing local lifestyle make this unique city even more interesting.
(Overnight – Shangri La Bangkok)

Day 15: Bangkok. (Breakfast and Lunch) Your day will start in the mid-morning so as to give you time to relax after a long day. Enjoy a river cruise to your first destination this morning.

Wat Arun

Wat Arun

Your will stop at the spectacular Wat Arun (Temple of the Dawn), which is by far the most striking structure in Bangkok, and is the city’s iconic riverside monument.

This is the most unique historic temple structure in Thailand, very different from anything else you will experience, however, as with other Thai places of worship, bare legs and shoulders are not acceptable.

Please do not climb the steps as they are deceptively steep (12 to 15 inches in height) and there are inadequate or nonexistent support structures for hands. This is Non-Negotiable for anyone who selects to tour with us.

After the temple, you will board longtail boats and head to the opposite bank of the river. Proceed to a very nice riverfront restaurant where you will enjoy lunch. Besides the great food, you will have excellent views of the busy river and Wat Arun on the opposite riverbank. An interesting 7-to-8-minute walk will bring you to Thailand’s largest flower market, where millions of amazing flowers are spread across hundreds of stalls. Flowers are an integral part of Thai society, and the plethora of fragrant colors amidst the extremely busy shops and stalls are a delight to experience.

A very short walk leads to Wat Pho, known as The Temple of the Reclining Buddha. The famous statue of the Buddha is 50 feet (15 meters) high and 140 feet (43 meters) long and is covered in gold leaf. The bottoms of the feet are inlaid with mother of pearl, divided into 108 panels depicting the 108 auspicious symbols used by the Buddha.

Another very short walk will bring you to the Grand Palace complex, which has been the state residence of Thai royalty since 1782 and parts of which are still used for official events. Your Guide will show you some of the more interesting highlights of the complex. The collection of buildings serves as a nice introduction to Thai architecture and provides many great photo opportunities. Just one of the several stops you will make within the complex is Wat Phra Kaew, also known as the Temple of the Emerald Buddha. This is the most sacred Buddhist temple (wat) in all of Thailand. Except for the Thai King, no other person is allowed to touch this statue. The King changes the statue’s cloak three times each year to correspond to the summer, winter, and rainy seasons. After exploring Bangkok’s most famous attractions, you will be escorted back to your hotel.
(Overnight – Shangri La Bangkok)

Day 16: Bangkok. (Breakfast and Lunch) Your morning will start with a drive to Jim Thompson’s House & Museum, a great introduction to amazing Asian art, and of Bangkok before it became the major city it is today. Before his disappearance in Malaysia over a half century ago, the silk magnate collected an incredible plethora of Southeast Asian art, from Thailand and many other surrounding nations. He had a beautiful home constructed to showcase part of his collection, and also had the museum constructed to house the rest of the collection. The museum buildings themselves are fascinating as they include ancient wooden homes that were brought in from all around Thailand, as well as new wooden construction. You will experience a well-designed tour of the facilities conducted by an expert from the museum.

From here you will head to the Chatuchak Weekend Market. Spread over 30 acres with more than 10,000 stalls, this market originated in 1942 and is the oldest, largest, and most diverse weekend market on our planet. Literally anything a local or a visitor could possibly want is available here, and we need to mention that group members are not going to be able to stop at multiple stalls and haggle. The colors, activity and general feel are a joy to experience on a walk through an interesting section of the market.

From here you will proceed to the banks of the River of Kings and enjoy lunch at another great restaurant with a river view. After lunch you will enjoy an urban excursion by long-tailed boats to discover the canals of Thonburi. The people of Thailand, including the residents of Bangkok, have always lived a lifestyle that is primarily dependent on their rivers. You will explore the intricate network of canals, or Khlongs, as you cruise past colorful homes and other structures.

This adventure will offer great insights into how the locals live. In some parts you will see women washing clothes and utensils in the water, children swimming, locals throwing food to teeming schools of fish (considered a religious offering), and a lot more. Stop for a brief visit at Baan Silapin (Artists House), a charmingly decorated centuries-old structure on a residential part of the canal, this succession of small canal front structures is a whimsical art gallery showcasing local creative talents. You will end you experience at your hotel’s jetty.
(Overnight – Shangri La Bangkok)

Day 17: Bangkok – Kanchanaburi. (Breakfast and Lunch) You are assisted with your check-out in the morning and driven to the enchanting province of Kanchanaburi. Soon after you exit Bangkok you will witness the landscape begin to change from relatively flat farmland to the rocky mountainous jungle often found along the Thai-Burmese border. The Kanchanaburi region was the theater of historic battles and tragic episodes during WWII.

Tourists at Damnoen Saduak

Bridge on the River Kwai

It is here that prisoners of war built the famous Bridge on the River Kwai.

Upon arrival at the historic location, you will enjoy lunch at a restaurant with a direct view of the bridge. After lunch you can walk on the bridge, and to various vantage points around it, so that you can take advantage of the extremely photogenic vistas with the bridge in the foreground. The bridge was built in about 16 months by allied prisoners of war and Asian conscripts, and then later destroyed during allied bombing raids. It was later rebuilt by the Japanese as war reparations. These events were the basis for one of Hollywood’s all-time great movies.

From the bridge another scenic drive will bring you to the infamous Hell Fire Pass. This excursion does require a slightly strenuous uphill climb, and those who do not feel like making the climb can enjoy the view at the base of the incline. Hell Fire Pass is a man-made crevasse in the mountain that was carved using hand-held chisels by prisoners of war, mostly Australian soldiers.

The POW’s worked in horrible conditions under the whip of the Japanese soldiers, who were desperate to complete the Thai-Burma railway. Many lives were sacrificed to complete this project. The name Hell Fire Pass comes from one soldier’s description of the site, describing the scene as workers toiled through the night by firelight. You will walk along the remnants of the tracks from the path of the railway. There are memorials to the POW’s and a small museum at this site.

Tourists at Damnoen Saduak

View from Boat Ride

After this you will drive to a pier in the wilderness next to the River Kwai.

You will be assisted in boarding your boat and then you will enjoy a 15-minute boat ride along the river to your comfortable floating boutique resort, where you will be assisted with your check-in. Please note that this is upscale, and not luxury, lodging, but it is very unique, and an exceptional experience. We recommend that at some point on this night, your turn off the exterior lights of your floating villa and step out on your porch to admire the star-studded night sky. Almost everyone who has stayed here raves about the incredible sleep they enjoyed on their floating villa.
(Overnight – The Float House River Kwai)

Day 18: Kanchanaburi. (Breakfast and Lunch) This morning you will awake to the sounds of the river and the jungle. At around 8 AM you will cruise back to the jetty and proceed on the incredibly scenic drive to Erawan National Park. Our early departure is to avoid the day-trippers from as far away as Bangkok. We recommend that you bring swim wear and a towel from your villa.

Tourists at Damnoen Saduak

Waterfall at Erawan National Park

The park is one of Thailand’s most beautiful parks.

The 7 tier Erawan Falls have emerald green pools at each level.

You will enjoy the easy hike to the base of the waterfall, and then, those willing to make a little bit of an effort, can use the trails and ropeways up the different tiers of the waterfall, until the 6th tier. You can stop at any tier and enjoy the beauty that surrounds you, and get into the emerald pools of water if you so desire. The park itself is lush and tropical, and macaques and a variety of birds will entertain during your time here.

After a break for lunch, you will experience another scenic drive to the Nam Tok Railway Station, where you will board the train for a fascinating trip on the Death Railway. Enjoy the scenery as the train snakes around hills alongside the River Kwai and passes through dense bamboo forests and jungles. After approximately 1 hour of riding in the extremely slow-moving historic train through amazing scenery, you will disembark at the Thakilen Railway Station, from where you will be driven nearby to your floating lodge’s pier. Board your boat again and enjoy the captivating river and surroundings as you head towards your charming floating resort.

Those guests who are up for another adventure can join your guide for a gentle hike up the hill behind your floating villa to the Lawa Cave. At over 1400 feet deep, this impressive geological formation is the largest in Kanchanaburi and features several chambers with many large stalagmites and stalactites. Both banks of the river are lush jungle climbing up the surrounding hills.
(Overnight – The Float House River Kwai)

Day 19: Kanchanaburi – Bangkok – Chiang Mai. (Breakfast and Lunch) At 8 AM this morning you can join your Guide and cruise upriver for a few minutes, and then disembark and proceed for a tour of a Mon village. The Mon people are one of Southeast Asia’s most ancient races. Originally from Burma, they are integrated into Thai society, but deeply cherish and honor their heritage. Enjoy a walk around the village area and visit the village school, as well as their temple & gold chedi. You will cruise back to your

You are assisted with check-out in the mid-morning and you now proceed on the drive to Bangkok airport, stopping for lunch along the way, to board your afternoon flight to Chiang Mai, capital of the fascinating Lanna Kingdom.

Arrive at Chiang Mai and you will be assisted with your check-in at your beautiful boutique riverfront resort, which happens to be the top-ranked upscale lodging in Chiang Mai. The resort is extremely charming, serves great food, and has an excellent spa. There is a spectacular century plus old Rain Tree that graces the resort at the river’s bank, adding even more to the natural charm of your surroundings. Your boutique resort is an easy walk (or an easily available tuk-tuk ride) to downtown Chiang Mai where there are scores of cafés, restaurants, and bars, as well as the night markets.

Wat Phra Singh in Chiang Mai

Wat Phra Singh in Chiang Mai

The Lanna Kingdom flourished in northern Thailand between the 12th - 15th centuries, and Chiang Mai was the longtime capital of the kingdom after it was moved from Chiang Rai. The city is the second largest city in Thailand, and the cultural capital of the north.

Possessing great natural beauty and a host of outdoor activities and parks on its outskirts, the city itself is a fascinating combination of unique architecture, ancient history with its associated rituals, and a modern metropolis. Chiang Mai is one of Asia’s best cities to explore on foot, with a bustling street food scene.
(Overnight – Na Nirand Romantic Boutique Resort)

Day 20: Chiang Mai - Doi Inthanon Excursion. (Breakfast and Lunch) This is a full day excursion and you will get back to your resort in the evening. Head to spectacular Doi Inthanon mountain and national park, which includes a visit to the most photographed attractions in Northern Thailand, Phra Mahathat Naphamethanidon and Naphaphonphumisiri. These massive and gorgeous Chedis are the subject of the most popular photos that travel journals and websites use for the Chiang Mai region, and are not situated in Chiang Mai, but close to the peak of Doi Inthanon. You will also enjoy other experiences inside Doi Inthanon National Park, which is a protected area that is home to the highest mountain in Thailand, Doi Inthanon.

Doi Inthanon is a superb national park full of majestic waterfalls, lush green valleys, terraced paddy fields, fruit, flower and vegetables crops, and ethnic communities living happily and comfortably in their natural environment. Once at the peak you will admire the views and then enjoy an easy trek through the mist laden virgin forest and be fascinated with the unique flora that is found here.

After this adventure you will be driven downhill and lunch will be at the Royal Project Kitchen (with fresh natural and organic ingredients from project farmers), while admiring the beautiful surroundings and views. After lunch there will be two more not-to-be-missed experiences on your way back to Chiang Mai.

First you will stop at the two afore-mentioned spectacular Chedis, which are dedicated to the Beloved Late King and the Revered Queen and are located in a magical spot with lush undulating hills and spectacular views.

Royal Chedis at Doi Inthanon

Royal Chedis at Doi Inthanon

The immaculate terraced gardens with a plethora of colorful exotic flowerbeds that surround the Chedis make for a breathtaking locale and a fantastic photo opportunity.

The second short and fascinating stop as you head down the mountain is the Royal Projects Highway Market run by the Hill Tribes of the Doi Inthanon region. You will stop and walk around the outdoor stalls selling fruits, produce, nuts and other items organically grown by the simple and now well-to-do tribal locals, some of whom will be dressed in their unique clothing. This market, its wares, and the tribal people that grow and sell here are a growing testament of the success of the Late King’s vision and efforts. The Royal Projects granted the Hill Tribes their own land to cultivate, free seeds, tools, and all other resources needed to make them succeed in becoming successful natural farmers. Now, over half a century later, the results of the Late King’s vision have brought happiness to everyone involved.
(Overnight – Na Nirand Romantic Boutique Resort)

Day 21: Chiang Mai – Elephant Sanctuary (No Elephant Riding). (Breakfast and Lunch) (Breakfast and Lunch) After an early breakfast this morning you will drive out to the mountains to enjoy some time with Thailand’s iconic animal – the elephant.



Your small group will enjoy a completely private experience at the camp with your own elephants and trainers, as well as private scenic drives with your Guide both to the camp and back.

You will spend the morning at one of the best and most ethical elephant sanctuaries in Northern Thailand, and take part in a hands-on experience that will allow you to truly interact with these majestic animals. Please read a description of the sanctuary -

After lunch at the camp, you will return to Chiang Mai and enjoy an exploration of the historic walled city of Chiang Mai. Included are visits to some of the iconic old temples of ancient Chiang Mai, including Wat Phra Singh, Wat Chedi Luang and Wat Chiang Man. This tour demonstrates the architectural diversity and blending of styles that the Lanna were known for. It is also a great way to get familiar with the city, should you decide to go out during the evenings and explore.

In the late afternoon you will proceed on the short drive up to Doi Suthep, the hill on the edge of the city that dominates the Chiang Mai skyline. Once at the top, you will find the 309 stairs up to Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, which are flanked on each side by beautiful Nagas running the entire length of the stairs. You also have the option of taking a large elevator (which does usually have a short waiting line) up to the Wat. Once at the top, enjoy the spiritual ambience of one of Thailand’s most holy places, as well as some superb sunset views of the city. You will see devout Thai’s circling the main stupa in a ritualistic manner, and many others on their knees in deep prayer.
(Overnight – Na Nirand Romantic Boutique Resort)

Day 22: Chiang Mai – Bangkok – Luang Prabang (Breakfast) You are assisted with your check-out and driven to the Chiang Mai airport where you are assisted in boarding your flight to Bangkok. Arrive at Bangkok and your Thailand Connoisseur Guide will escort you to the check-in counter for your flight to Luang Prabang and bid you farewell.
Upon arrival at Luang Prabang, you are greeted at the airport by our Travel Facilitator and ushered to your vehicle. You are driven to your top-ranked upscale resort outside the small town and assisted with check-in to your upgraded room.

All of Luang Prabang’s Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and offers visitors a perfect micro chasm of the landscapes and culture of Southeast Asia. Its incredible utopian setting provides venues for a large and diverse array of activities, including Mekong River explorations, waterfalls, and much more. UNESCO describes Luang Prabang as “an outstanding example of the fusion of traditional architecture and Lao urban structures with those built by the European colonial authorities in the 19th and 20th centuries. Its unique, remarkably well-preserved townscape illustrates a key stage in the blending of these two distinct cultural traditions.”
(Overnight – Pullman Luang Prabang)

Day 23: Luang Prabang. (Breakfast and Lunch) An optional, but highly recommended, pre-sunrise start today gives you the opportunity to participate in one of Luang Prabang’s most iconic traditions - Tak Bat (donating food to young monk apprentices from the local monastery). Your Country Connoisseur Guide will have procured some food for you and will instruct you on the process as the monks walk by silently and open their pails for you to place your contribution in them. The monks have been collecting their day’s meals in this manner for centuries. Afterwards, enjoy a walk through the nearby fresh food market. The busy market is a hive of activity as locals purchase fresh fruits, vegetables, and fish caught from the Mekong River. Return to your upscale boutique lodge for breakfast and a bit of leisure time to freshen up.

Mid-Morning: Join your Laos Connoisseur Guide for a tour of the charming old town. Visit the quaint Royal Palace Museum, which provides an excellent overview of local history.

Wat Xiengthong at Luang Prabang

Wat Xiengthong at Luang Prabang

We then continue to the beautiful Wat Xiengthong, one the most important Buddhist temples in the region. You have the opportunity to receive a blessing from one of the temple’s head monks, if you so desire.

A short walk from here brings you to the nearby Wat Khili. The charming traditional library building here houses a historic photo exhibition of Buddhist heritage, known as The Buddhist Archive of Photography. A unique collection of 35,000 historical photographs that were collected by several monk collectors and photographers over 120 years. Either the founder, Mr. Hans George Berger (you will be presented with a signed copy of one of his books) or Director Dr. Khamvone Boulyaphonh, will give you private access to this invaluable collection and personally guide you through the chambers in which it is housed, giving you unique insights into the Buddhist civilization and heritage of Laos.

Lunch will be at the acclaimed L’Elephant Restaurant, an atmospheric French restaurant that serves excellent western and local cuisine.

Proceed to the Traditional Arts & Ethnology Centre – closed on Mondays, where you will meet one of the two co-founders, Ms. Tara Gujadhur or Ms. Soutthivilay Thongkhoun and experience a Directors Tour that provides insights into the myriad Laos' ethnic cultures and their traditions and customs. Next is Luang Prabang’s oldest temple, Wat Visoun, which, because of its design, is known as The Watermelon Stupa. The Stupa dates back to 1503 and is now home to a collection of religious artefacts. You will learn about the wat’s fascinating history and early Lao Buddhist architecture from your Country Connoisseur Guide.

Late Afternoon: You have the option of a guided excursion to Phousi Mountain. This is a hill in the center of the old town that provides a breathtaking view of the town and the Mekong River at sunset.
(Overnight – Pullman Luang Prabang)

Luang Prabang from Phousi Mountain

Luang Prabang from Phousi Mountain

This excursion involves a fairly rigorous climb up 350 paved steps, but the view from the top is an amazing photographic opportunity, as it showcases the remarkable beauty of Luang Prabang.

Day 24: Luang Prabang. (Breakfast and Lunch) You are driven to the gorgeous set of waterfalls at Kuang Si. Upon your arrival at the entrance, you have the option of a quick visit to the small bear rescue center at the base of the falls. Proceed onward into the jungle on well- maintained walkways, until you arrive at the first small set of falls. The base of these falls has a beautiful natural blue swimming hole the size of a large public pool – swimming is permitted at all the falls, so you may want to dress appropriately. Continue on your leisurely walk through the jungle, making your way from waterfall to waterfall, to one idyllic swimming hole after another. The finale is a stunning 200 ft. cascade that is the most impressive of the collection of waterfalls.

Proceed on a very scenic rural drive for the village of Ban Don Ngurn. Upon arrival you will board a private boat for a cruise down the beautiful Nam Ou River. Your first stop will be for a delicious picnic on the scenic banks of the Nam Ou River, organized by one of Luang Prabang’s best restaurants. The cruise then takes you by stunning limestone karst scenery, offering many photo opportunities. The scenery along the river is captivating as you cruise by picturesque landscapes and the occasional tribal hamlet.

Continue along the Nam Ou until it merges with the mighty Mekong River. Pay a visit to the mysterious Pak Ou Caves. Although the caves are not as massive as some of the famous caves in Southeast Asia, they are very interesting because Buddhists have been venturing here for centuries to place Buddha statues in them. The lower cave contains the largest part of the collection, well over 3000 statues, and hence a fairly arduous climb up some steep stairs to the upper cave is purely optional. After your visit to the caves, you will head back toward Luang Prabang, with a short stop along the way.

Continue the cruise until you stop at Ban Vanglae, a Lu Tribe village where traditional weaving and dyeing is the main occupation of the villagers and you will walk through the village and observe how the locals live. As you cruise back to Luang Prabang the sun will set on the river and the countryside and you can enjoy the idyllic beauty of your wonderful surroundings.
(Overnight – Pullman Luang Prabang)

Day 25: Luang Prabang – International Flight. (Breakfast) You are assisted with check-out in the mid-morning and driven to the airport to board your flight to Bangkok - bid farewell to your Laos Country Connoisseur Guide at the airport, where you will be assisted in boarding your flight.

There a few options for your departure from Luang Prabang and we will be happy to assist you in selecting one. We can include flights to Bangkok, Hanoi, or Saigon, or any other city in Asia as part of your tour, and additional services in those cities, or at Luang Prabang as per your needs. Your Guest Relations Manager (assigned to you after you reserve your tour) will be your resource for this once we know your international departure preferences.



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All meals on HaLong Bay
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