Three weeks, three countries, one amazing trip.
Holidays are hard to come by, so make the most of yours with this 18-day South East Asian extravaganza. See the best of the best in Bangkok, haggle and feast in Chiang Mai, chill on a private slow boat up the Mekong, fall in love with Luang Prabang, explore some rad caves, kayak and hang ten in Vang Vieng and Vientiane, rock and roll in Phnom Penh and explore the temples Tomb Raider-style in Siem Reap. What?! All in one trip? Yeah!
It doesn’t get more South East Asian than cruising down the Mekong River in a traditional-style boat, and you get two days of smooth sailin' on this trip
Jump on an overnight train in Thailand, maybe the best form of transport ever – travelling like a local, making new mates, and waking up in a new place all rolled into one
Get seriously laid-back in Laos and find out why it’s one of the most chilled countries around
You know a place is special if the UNESCO guys stick it on their list, and exotic Luang Prabang is just that – French villas, Buddhist temples, the mighty Mekong and the tastiest bakeries and cafes
This trip hits all the must-sees of Cambodia. Is it possible to fall in love with a pile of stones? You might think so after your time at Angkor Wat
There's a lot of travelling on local transport, with some long travel days. Laos is a less developed country, but things also just take time here. But, hey, you're on holidays, right?
Accommodation is basic, but clean and comfortable. The simplicity of life in Laos is one of its many, many charms.
Some activities and meals are included, but most are optional. The good thing about this is you have loads of free time and can choose how to spend it. You won't have trouble finding things to do!
Be prepared for a lot of walking around Angkor in often hot weather. Be sure to bring suitable footwear and drink lots of water.
1. A Single Supplement to have your own room is bookable on this trip, subject to availability and excludes Day 2 (Overnight train) and Day 6 (Pakbeng).