Why not add a little more to your time in Southeast Asia? If ending in Saigon why not head down to the fascinating Cu Chi tunnels just outside the city? Got some time on your hands in Hanoi then you can visit the intriguing Hill Tribes of nearby Sapa. If you fancy a bit of relaxation then we’ve got the perfect beach creak for you in Mui Ne. Those needing some modern comforts and retail therapy should head over to Bangkok for a few days.
If you’re in Borneo with us and fancy the ultimate challenge then we can arrange a trek to the summit of Mount Kinabalu or for the animal lovers we have a great Sea Turtle Program where you’ll get a chance to watch and work with these amazing beauties. Whatever it is that you fancy contact us for more info and ideas!
If you’d like to travel on to Thailand after exploring the sights of Cambodia, then bolt on our 2 day Siem Reap to Bangkok Express. Journey overland from Siem Reap to Bangkok, stopping en route to explore Battambang - Cambodia’s second largest city.
Extend your holiday and discover the Cu Chi Tunnels - a vast underground network of tunnels and hideouts used by Viet Cong guerrilla fighters during the 1960’s. Often lead by a relative of a Viet Cong fighter in green fatigues you’ll walk the bush trails discovering grass covered trapdoors, ingenious, yet gruesome booby traps and hidden underwater entrances in rivers. There is also an opportunity to go underground and pop off a few rounds at the firing range.
Take a break in the bustling metropolis of Bangkok, a steamy and cosmopolitan city of contrasts that guarantees to be a feast for all the senses. From gleaming skyscrapers, exquisite golden palaces and ornate temples, to eclectic markets, picturesque canals and bustling streets filled with hawkers and horn honking tuk tuks.
Discover the highlights of Hue and Hoi An on two wheels, passing by terraced rice paddy fields, charming villages, beautiful coastline and fish farms en route. Cycling is one of the most common forms of transportation in Vietnam, so taking to the saddle yourself is definitely wonderful and authentic way to experience this fascinating country.
Climb to the summit of Mount Kinabalu in Sabah, on the beautiful island of Borneo. At 4095 metres Mount Kinabalu is one of the tallest mountains in Southeast Asia and summiting at sunrise you'll be greeted by the spectacular panoramic views.
Here's a chance to take a break of a different kind. Travelling to Talang Talang Island in Borneo you will have the opportunity to work directly with the forestry wardens in conserving the majestic sea turtle of the region, you can even adopt a turtle and be updated on its process once you have returned home.
Located 1500m above sea level, Sapa is a former French hill station, nestled in the rugged Tonkinese Alps and surrounded by lush valleys and verdant rice paddy fields. Here, farmers in conical hats plough the fields with water buffalo and local ethnic minority groups (such as H’mong and Dzao) maintain their age old traditions and way of life.
The symbol of Cambodia and a staggering example of Khmer genius, Angkor Wat has to be seen to be believed. Easily the largest religious monument in the world covering a rectangular area of 500 acres, hours could be swallowed exploring the incredible galleries, grand towers and extensive walls displaying impressive bas reliefs.
A tropical paradise just five hours drive from Saigon, Mui Ne Beach in Phan Thiet is the perfect place to enjoy some rest and relaxation after an action packed tour.