Ultimate Vietnam & Cambodia

Ultimate by name and nature - if you can give us three weeks of your time, we'll give you the most comprehensive discovery of Vietnam and Cambodia we have on offer, leaving no stone unturned.

Enjoy the cuisines, the culture, the trekking, the beaches, the journey, the vibrant cities, the temples, the warmly hospitable people... oh, and the little matter of Angkor Wat, along with lesser known, far less visited but equally impressive temples!

At a glance
  • Watch the sun rise over Halong Bay's limestone karsts from the deck of a traditional junk.
  • Watch Hoi An - the Jewel of Vietnam - illuminate with hundreds of silk lanterns at night.
  • Weave between Ho Chi Minh's street food spots on the back of a Vespa
  • Feel inspired by the courage of Cambodian's as you learn about their recent history through the eyes of a local.
  • Visit the unmissable in Siem Reap - the Angkor Temples - experiencing the famous & lesser explored.
Price & Hotels

Hanoi - 2 nights

Hanoi, Vietnam’s first and current capital, ranks among the most visually stunning cities in the world. Streets full of greenery wind between grand buildings, spacious parks, museums, temples, markets and shops, unifying the town’s many different elements; elegant pagodas rise above the infamously chaotic traffic below, exemplifying two extremes of Hanoi’s character.

Day 1 - Arrive Hanoi

On arrival in Vietnam, you'll be met by your private guide, who will accompany you to your hotel.

Welcome to Selective Asia! This level of personal service (such as private transfers, private tours etc) is what you can expect throughout your trip. A few services (eg boat cruises) will be shared, but we'll always make sure you're aware of these.

Day 2 - City Tour


Enjoy a full day tour of Hanoi. Your guide will be happy to personalise your programme, however we would recommend sites such as Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum, One Pillar Pagoda and a stroll around Hoan Kiem Lake. A walking tour through the Old Quarter will provide another fascinating insight into the character and history of the city, before moving on to Dong Xuan Market with its bustling stalls and brisk trading of day-to-day local goods.

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Halong Bay - 1 night

One of Asia’s most famous natural wonders, not to mention being a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Halong Bay is shrouded in myth. Explore the bay aboard a traditional junk – the same style of boat that has sailed the bay for 100s of years – meandering between jagged limestone karsts, venturing into hidden caves and stopping at floating fishing villages, while enjoying the leisurely pace of life on the water. Early risers might start the day with a Tai Chi class, as the sun rises over the bay and the sound of sea birds fills the air.

Day 3 - Halong Bay Cruise


Local legend tells how the gods sent dragons to Halong to defend the country from invasion, and the dragons spat out gemstones that turned into islands, creating a wall against the enemy. The truth is almost as evocative as the legend, with the bay displaying one of the most beguiling natural scenes you will ever witness. Cruise at a gentle pace, disembark onto smaller boats to venture into grottos and caves, stop to explore floating fishing villages and picturesque lookout points, and dine on beautifully prepared fresh seafood. Each junk operates with a slightly different itinerary and on board facilities, so chat with us to choose the one that’s right for you.

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Hue - 2 nights

Hue’s vibrant, chilli-infused cuisine is often served in beautiful taster portions, showcasing Vietnamese flavours in a style that blends the city’s Imperial roots with influences from its time under French colonial rule. Walk off each spicy feast with a wander along the banks of the Perfume River, where you can find many of Hue’s key landmarks, including Truong Tien Bridge and distinctive seven-storey Thien Mu Pagoda.

Day 4 - Cruise back to the mainland, fly to Hue


Wake early to the calls of Halong's seabirds nesting around the limestone karsts, and begin the day with a Tai Chi or cooking class on deck as the sun rises. While you enjoy brunch, the junk will slowly turn back towards the mainland where you’ll be driven to Hanoi to catch your flight to Hue. You’ll meet your guide on arrival and drive straight to your hotel for check in.

Day 5 - Perfume River Cruise, Emperor's Mausoleums


Take a morning boat trip on the romantically named Perfume River as far as Thien Mu Pagoda - Hue’s most famous religious site. Explore the pagoda's landscaped gardens and seven-storey octagonal tower. There’ll be time for a detour to the hectic Dong Ba Market on your way back to town, if you wish, or you can head somewhere quieter for a bite to eat. In the afternoon, take a tour of the extravagant temples, pavilions and lotus-filled lakes that make up two of the Nguyen dynasty tombs - the elaborate mausoleums of Emperors Tu Duc and Khai Dinh.

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Hoi An - 4 nights

Hoi An, one of Asia’s most significant ports during the 1500s, has retained much of its original ambience despite the intervening centuries of weather, war and modern development, and is undoubtedly a highlight of any visit to Vietnam. Sample the city’s street food, find your favourite spot for Vietnamese coffee, and dine in style at the many restaurants exemplifying the town’s famous cuisine. Wander across the ancient Japanese Covered Bridge, explore former merchants’ homes, and buy silks, handicrafts, antiques, and immaculate tailored suits (with an astonishing 24 hr turnaround) at the colourful shops and markets.

Day 6 - Drive to Hoi An over the Hai Van Pass


Journey south from Hue to Hoi An over the stunning Hai Van Pass. There will be opportunities to stop en-route before arriving into Hoi An.

Day 7 - Tra Que Cycle & Cooking Class


The food in Hoi An is second to none, so where better to enjoy a food-focused experience? First thing in the morning, cycle to Hoi An’s central market to choose fresh produce, which you'll cook later with your hosts. Your guide will help you find the best ingredients, and identify the less familiar items on sale! Cycle on to Tra Que village to learn about the traditional gardening methods, and get your hands dirty as you join the farmers to dig vegetables and herbs in the garden, then help prepare Tam Huu spring rolls, Banh Xeo pancakes, Tra Que steamed chicken, and clay pot fish to enjoy with your hosts. After lunch, relax with a traditional herbal footbath before heading back to Hoi An, where the remainder of your day is at leisure.

Days 8 & 9 - Relax in Hoi An


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Ho Chi Minh City - 2 nights

Ho Chi Minh City, formerly Saigon, is the largest city in Vietnam. The city centre is adorned with wide elegant boulevards and historic French-colonial buildings, alongside high-rise office towers which are starting to take their place in Vietnam’s modern economic centre.

Day 10 - Fly to Ho Chi Minh City, evening Vespa tour


Fly to Ho Chi Minh City, where you’ll be met and driven to your hotel. Enjoy time at leisure until the evening when you’ll start a tour with a difference. Riding pillion on a Vespa, you’ll discover delicious Vietnamese specialities and hang out where the locals do. The evening culminates with a drink at the city’s leading live-music venue.

Day 11 - Delve into the Cu Chi Tunnels, 'Old & New' City Tour


Depart early from HCMC (to avoid the traffic and the crowds) to visit the famous Cu Chi tunnels - an incredible underground network over 150 miles in length, constructed by Vietnamese resistance fighters. The remaining tunnels have been opened to visitors, offering a unique insight into the ingenuity behind them, and a glimpse of underground life during the Vietnam war.

Return to the city and spend your afternoon visiting some of HCMC's key highlights, with your guide by your side to offer local insight.

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Mekong Delta - 2 nights

Head away from the bright city lights and take things at a more leisurely pace with a private cruise through the waterways of the Mekong Delta. Despite its remote appearance, the Delta is one of the most densely populated areas of Vietnam, home to communities who make their living from the rich, fertile landscape. Can Tho is the economic and cultural capital of the delta region. The bustling Cai Rang floating market, close to the city's main jetty, is filled with small boats darting through the water as vendors sell their wares.

Day 12 - Drive to Cai Be, Private Mekong Delta cruise to Can Tho


Head out early to Cai Be, where you’ll board your private sampan: a type of boat that has been used on Vietnamese waters for centuries. Leaving the jetty behind, begin your leisurely cruise deep into the quiet creeks and sleepy backwaters. During the morning there is an opportunity to disembark and explore the countryside by bicycle or on foot. You can also visit some of the local cottage industries that operate along the river banks, providing a living for the river people. After lunch in a beautiful Indochinese villa bid farewell to your sampan crew and continue to Can Tho by car.

Day 13 - Tra Su Cajeput Forest, Drive to Chau Doc


After a leisurely morning visit the unique Tra Su Cajeput Forest which covers an area of over 700 hectares and has seen a remarkable turnaround since its restoration in 1983. Scientists now estimate that it is home to over 70 species of birds, 11 species of animals, 20 species of reptiles, 5 species of amphibians and 23 species of fish. The variety of flora is equally impressive with over 140 specified floral varieties.

Following a boat and walking tour through the forest, continue on to Chau Doc where, having checked into your hotel, the remainder of your day is at leisure.

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Phnom Penh - 2 nights

Cambodia’s capital is one of Asia’s fastest growing cities, booming and blooming as the country recovers from its time under Pol Pot’s Khmer Rouge regime. Your stay will include a tour of the ornate royal palace, and a visit to key Khmer Rouge sites for a deeper understanding of the people you’ll meet during your stay in Cambodia.

Day 14 - Cross into Cambodia by boat, Phnom Penh, evening food tour


Take a morning boat ride on the Mekong Delta, crossing the border into Cambodia. Weave your way through some stunning delta scenery before arriving into Phnom Penh.

Your afternoon is at leisure until 5pm when your guide will arrive in a tuk-tuk for a food-focused tour of the city. First stop of the evening is a lively bar on Sisowath Quay. Find a spot on the balcony and your guide will leave you to enjoy a cocktail with views across the Mekong and Tonle Sap rivers as the sun sets. Re-join your guide for a rather different experience - head down to the river, where roadside stalls sell a variety of edible bugs which you will have the opportunity to try. Your guide will be on hand to decipher the surprisingly tasty offerings. Continue by tuk-tuk to the Russian Market, where the food stalls draw local diners with typical Khmer food such as Banh Chheo, chicken rice porridge and beef skewers. Choose what you fancy, pull up a plastic stool alongside the locals, and soak up the atmosphere. Your final food stop for the evening will be freshly barbequed seafood, before you return to your hotel, again by tuk-tuk, and probably ready to loosen your waistband...

Day 15 - City Tour, Tuol Sleng & Cheung Ek


Your guide will escort you around the Royal Palace complex, with its lavish ceremonial buildings. You’ll also have the option to visit the National Museum, which is full of intriguing artefacts from several millennia of Cambodian culture. Lunch will be at ‘Friends’, a restaurant which trains ex-street children and other vulnerable groups in the hospitality trade. The food also happens to be excellent! The afternoon will be a far more sombre experience: Tuol Sleng Museum of Genocidal Crimes and the Cheung Ek ‘killing fields’ will open your eyes to the true brutality of the Pol Pot regime. There’s no sugar-coating this deeply disturbing insight into human capacity for cruelty - but it’s essential to understanding Cambodia and its people today. Your guide will have almost certainly lost loved ones to the regime, and will answer your questions as you try to comprehend what you’ve learnt.

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Siem Reap - 3 nights

Siem Reap is the gateway to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Angkor, the ruined capital of a historic Cambodian empire, and one of the ancient wonders of the world. The town is booming thanks to these fabled ruins, but remains low-rise by royal decree, and retains much of its original charm. 100s of them lie scattered around Siem Reap, largely hidden by jungle. You’ll have plenty of time to discover them with a knowledgeable guide.

Day 16 - Drive to Siem Reap, Angkor Temples exploration


Depart for Siem Reap by car, passing through provincial towns, villages and roadside hamlets offering an insight into life away from Phnom Penh and Siem Reap. There'll be the opportunity to stop at Skun Village, famous for its deep-fried tarantulas, which you can snack on if you so wish! There will also be a stop to stretch your legs and enjoy a coffee in Kampong Thom. Once you reach Siem Reap, you can begin exploring Angkor straight away if you wish. Discuss your preferences and the best route with your guide; the sites you visit are flexible.

Day 17 - Continue exploring the Angkor Temples


Continue your exploration of Angkor Wat, and the complex of ruined temples and palaces around it. You can choose to explore by bike if you wish - if not, you’ll be driven between them. Either way you can fit quite a few in (if you want to), and our guides know when to see the ruins at uncrowded times. If you wish, start the day with the magical (but popular!) sunrise over Angkor Wat, and let your guide know what kind of pace you prefer, whether you want to fill your day with archaeology, or spend some of it on Tonle Sap lake, or even back at your hotel pool.

Day 18 - Village Explorer


Explore rural villages, and learn about the daily lives of the local people. You'll be a world away from Siem Reap - it's a perfect opportunity to get ‘off the beaten track’ and gain a better understanding of Cambodian rural life, along with insight into traditional Khmer culture; something few visitors are lucky enough to experience. You'll explore a local market and purchase supplies for your lunch, and travel by an (almost!) pollution-free ox and cart. Still widely used throughout Cambodia, the cart allows you to travel gently along the narrow sandy village roads. Spend time at the home of a local family, where there will be plenty of time to relax and chat (with your guide acting as interpreter) as they prepare lunch using your market produce. You can help if you wish; this is a fantastic opportunity to further your understanding of typical Khmer cuisine. You meal is likely to be very different from those offered in Siem Reap's more westerner-oriented restaurants!

Day 19 - Depart Siem Reap


Transfer to the airport for your onward flight.

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We only provide privately guided holidays - meaning that you will not be expected to share guides or transport for the duration of your visit. You can also start on any day you choose.

Please click on the hotel category buttons below to view hotel details. These are recommended properties only - we have many alternative options for you to choose from if you would prefer. You can mix hotel categories throughout your holiday.

Hotel class Price per person (based on total # travelling)
2 persons 3 - 4 5 - 6
Standard £2,686US$3,518 £2,416US$3,165 £2,116US$2,771

Essence Hotel

A firm favourite with the Selective Asia team (and past clients), The Essence Hotel enjoys a superb location in the centre of Hanoi's old quarter, just 10 minutes from serene Hoan Kiem Lake... See more

Bai Tho Junk

The long serving Bai Tho Junk company manage to deliver great value cruise experiences with safety at the forefront of everything they do. The company have been operating in the bay for years... See more

Moonlight Hotel Hue

This central Hue hotel manages to balance the best of both worlds, with a convenient downtown location overlooking the Perfume (Huong) River. The Citadel is immediately across the river... See more

Boutique Hoi An Resort

The Boutique Hoi An Resort enjoys a superb location, directly on Cua Dai Beach and just a five minute drive from Hoi An's delightful Old Town. Couple this with stylish accommodation and superb service levels and it’s easy to see why... See more

Northern Hotel Saigon

A convenient location is top priority when choosing a city hotel, and the Northern Hotel Saigon ticks this box... See more

Kim Tho Hotel

Whilst the Kim Tho is unlikley to be winning exterior-style awards any time soon, things start to look up the second you step inside. Guest rooms are large... See more

Victoria Chau Doc Hotel

Located on the banks of the Bassac River, close to Vietnam's border with Cambodia, the Victoria Chau Doc Hotel blends low-rise, Colonial style architecture with the natural beauty of the river... See more

Anise Phnom Penh

Conveniently located in the very heart of Phnom Penh, and just minutes by foot from all the key sites and attractions, the Anise hotel allows you to... See more

The Moon Residence

Situated in the heart of Siem Reap, with the Old Market, shops and the river on its doorstep, The Moon Residence is a good value, locally owned and run hotel, in a brilliantly convenient location...

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First Class £3,010US$3,943 £2,740US$3,589 £2,440US$3,196

La Siesta Classic Ma May

La Siesta Classic Ma May is a welcoming boutique property just a short stroll from Hoan Kiem Lake, within very easy reach of the many temptations of Old Quarter, and offers great facilities for a central Hanoi hotel...

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Dragons Pearl Junk

Modelled on traditional Chinese junks and an iconic sight on the waters of Vietnam’s beautiful Halong Bay, the Dragon’s Pearl is a lovely option for travellers keen to explore the region in comfort...

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Eldora Hotel

A fairly new and most welcome addition to Hue’s hotel offerings, Eldora boasts an enviable location within easy reach of the city’s tourist highlights, as well as a variety of restaurants and bars. As city hotels go, it couldn’t be more convenient... See more

Boutique Hoi An Resort

The Boutique Hoi An Resort enjoys a superb location, directly on Cua Dai Beach and just a five minute drive from Hoi An's delightful Old Town. Couple this with stylish accommodation and superb service levels and it’s easy to see why... See more

Liberty Central Saigon Riverside

Sister to the Liberty Central at Ben Thanh Market, Ho Chi Minh's latest riverside hotel, the Liberty Central Riverside doesn't disappoint... See more

Can Tho Ecolodge

Set in tropical gardens on the banks of the Ba Lang River, the Can Tho Ecolodge comprises of 48 rooms housed in 12 thatched cottages...

Victoria Chau Doc Hotel

Located on the banks of the Bassac River, close to Vietnam's border with Cambodia, the Victoria Chau Doc Hotel blends low-rise, Colonial style architecture with the natural beauty of the river... See more

VMansion Boutique Hotel

VMansion is a welcome breath of fresh air in one of the South-East Asia’s most exciting cities. Located within walking distance of many of Phnom Penh's key highlights... See more

Viroth's Hotel

Not to be confused with the original, smaller Viroth’s hotel, this fresher 1950’s inspired Viroth’s Hotel opened at the beginning of 2015... See more
Superior £3,558US$4,661 £3,287US$4,305 £2,983US$3,908

Movenpick Hanoi

Previously known as the Gouman Hotel, the Movenpick Hanoi is not only the seriously new-and-improved version - it has undergone the most outstanding transformation... See more

Peony Junk

The beautifully appointed Peony Junk cruises from Halong Bay into less-visited Lan Ha Bay, and with only 24 cabins and plenty of communal space, on-board life feels peaceful and relaxing… 

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Pilgrimage Village

Offering a different experience to the other, centrally located hotels we recommend in Hue, the Pilgrimage Village is located 4km out of town See more

Naman Retreat

Contemporary style meets eco-friendly architecture at this new beachfront resort. The designers have used plants, natural stone and bamboo to create something refreshingly different from the other properties that line the stretch of... See more

Liberty Central Saigon Citypoint

When researching a city hotel it’s all about a central location and the new Liberty Central Saigon Citypoint certainly ticks that box... See more

Nam Bo Boutique Hotel

Sitting in the middle of Ninh Kieu pier - the leafy hub of Can Tho, right next to the Mekong River - the boutique Nam Bo hotel offers wonderful views of the river, and excellent access to the Delta via the nearby water transport connections See more

Victoria Chau Doc Hotel

Located on the banks of the Bassac River, close to Vietnam's border with Cambodia, the Victoria Chau Doc Hotel blends low-rise, Colonial style architecture with the natural beauty of the river... See more

Palace Gate Hotel & Resort

Surrounding a beautifully restored French-Colonial villa, the Palace Gate Hotel & Resort serves up a well-balanced blend of classic luxury and modern chic...

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Shinta Mani Shack

Funky and stylish, the Shinta Mani Shack enjoys a location in the heart of Siem Reap’s French Quarter... See more
Deluxe £4,750US$6,222 £4,478US$5,866 £4,175US$5,469

Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi

Opened in 1901 and once host to a roll-call of iconic 20th century guests, the Metropole Hanoi exudes historic charm like no other property in the city... See more

Heritage Line Ginger

Newly refurbished, the Heritage Line Ginger is one of the first junks to cruise beautiful, unspoilt Lan Ha Bay... See more

Azerai La Residence Hue

Nestled on the banks of the Perfume River, this graceful Art Deco building has uninterrupted views of Hue's Imperial Citadel, just across the water. Set in wonderful gardens... See more

Fusion Maia Resort

Absolutely superb, the Fusion Maia is winning accolades all over. 30 minutes from Hoi An, moments from 19 miles of immaculate beach, this is secluded villa living at its best... See more

Hotel des Arts

New hotels are opening up in Ho Chi Minh City on a frequent basis and existing properties are investing in makeovers to compete, so it takes something special to stand out from the crowd. Step in Hotel des Arts... See more

Victoria Can Tho Resort

The only luxury property in this central section of the Mekong Delta, the Victoria Can Tho Resort blends Colonial-style architecture with the natural beauty of the river... See more

Victoria Chau Doc Hotel

Located on the banks of the Bassac River, close to Vietnam's border with Cambodia, the Victoria Chau Doc Hotel blends low-rise, Colonial style architecture with the natural beauty of the river... See more

Raffles le Royal

Sister hotel to the renowned Raffles in Singapore, the Le Royal is located in the heart of Phnom Penh, just yards from Wat Phnom - the founding place of the city - and within easy reach of many other key attractions, such as the Royal Palace and Central Market… See more

Shinta Mani Angkor

So much more than 'just another' deluxe hotel in Siem Reap, the Shinta Mani Angkor is very much part of the city's early heritage. Rebuilt from scratch in 2011, opening again in 2012... See more

Solo travellers are always welcome - please contact us for a tailored quote.

These prices are shown in GBPUSD.
Selective Asia is a UK-registered company, but our client-base spans the globe, so we bank in both GBP and USD and can therefore provide a fixed price in either currency.
We also have payment facilities in Canada, New Zealand, Australia and the EU, and can typically offer better-than-bank exchange rates on the date of payment in these currencies (against a booking priced in GBP).

Itinerary additions

  • Extending your stay in Siem Reap will let you enjoy your time at the Angkor Temples at a more leisurely pace.
  • If you are looking to truly head ‘off the beaten track’ in Vietnam, consider Ha Giang, in the far north east. Accommodation may be basic, but visitor numbers extremely low and the landscape is simply breathtaking!
  • Looking for a more up-and-coming beach destination? Consider the island of Phu Quoc, lying off the very southern tip of the Mekong Delta. Formerly Cambodian territory, the island is the size of Singapore but has mile after mile of deserted sand.
  • Whilst in Hue, visit the Duc Son Buddhist Pagoda located just a few kilometres out of town, and home to around 200 orphans. Selective Asia are proud to support both the orphanage and pagoda, and your visit will allow you to gain a better understanding of the plight of the children who call it home. During your visit you will have the chance to help the children with their foreign language studies, and to meet the nuns who provide their full time care.
  • Your stay in Siem Reap doesn’t have to just be about the Angkor temples; there are a number of other interesting activities you may wish to consider during your stay. One favourite is a boat ride up the Tonlé Sap to Kampong Phluk, the ‘flooded forest’. You’ll pass amongst the tree tops whilst still seated in your boat! You will also visit a floating village on the banks of the lake.
  • Nature lovers may wish to include a visit to the Four Rivers Floating Lodge, on Cambodia's Koh Kong in the far south west. We won't reveal too much but it's all about floating tents and wildlife in abundance!
At Selective Asia we specialise in creating unique, tailor-made experiences. The holiday itineraries provided on this website are intended to help you visualise what is achievable in your destinations of choice, over a given period of time and at an intended budget.
Whilst many clients are happy with of our recommended itineraries in the current form (and at the price quoted), there are those that wish to personalise their holiday in some way, whether it be a change of hotel, an additional destination or even start from scratch. This is when our tailor-made specialists come into their own; with many years of experience both living and working in the region they are ideally equipped to advise on alternatives and to facilitate any necessary changes.

The important stuff

Please note: During high season periods (such as Christmas and New Year) hotels often levy a surcharge and these are not included in the above prices. Your consultant will be happy to advise you of these.


  • English speaking, local guide
  • All accommodation listed
  • Land transportation by private air-conditioned vehicles
  • Any domestic flights listed (unless marked otherwise)
  • All admission fees at attractions, temples and activities as mentioned in the itinerary
  • All meals listed
  • International flight reconfirmation.


  • Flights to/from Asia. We are an ATOL bonded operator and can arrange flights for all our clients, regardless of whether you are departing from the UK or from almost any other worldwide destination.
  • Entry visas
  • International airport departure taxes
  • Any meals not listed in the itinerary
  • Drinks, other than water on activity days
  • Personal expenses (laundry, telephone, drinks, tip...)
  • Travel insurance
  • All other services not listed in 'inclusive'

Please note

All prices are correct at the time of publishing. They are liable to change and can only be confirmed upon submitting an enquiry.




We will arrange all internal flights used within our holiday itineraries. We can also arrange discounted flights from all UK airports to Asia and we are a fully bonded ATOL operator. If you would like a quote for your international flights then please complete the required section on the enquiry form.


You will require a visa to enter Cambodia and Vietnam. Your consultant will be happy to advise you on visa requirements.


Please ensure that you have a valid passport with at least 6 months validity remaining after your return date. You will also need at least one blank page for each of the countries you are visiting.


You will require a comprehensive travel insurance that covers you for medical costs associated with hospitalisation, emergency travel and repatriation back to your home country. We offer our customers a specially discounted insurance policy, ideally suited to the needs that a trip such as this creates. Tick the insurance box in the enquiry form and we will send you a quote to suit your needs.

Vaccinations and Malaria Prevention

You will undoubtedly require vaccinations for your visit to Asia. Please consult your doctor or a vaccination clinic for the most up-to-date advice. They will also be able to advise you of the most suitable anti-malarial medication if required. It is important that you do this well in advance of your departure date.

Booking Procedure

Only once you are completely happy with any holiday itinerary we create for you will we ask for a payment. In order that we can secure availability for your booking we would typically require a deposit of 20%.

Travelling Responsibly

We care about the places and the communities that you will travel through. It is important to us that we travel as responsibly as possible throughout Asia and that we are giving something back to the regions and the people that make these journeys so special. Full details on our approach to responsible travel can be found on a dedicated section of this website.

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