Southeast Asia Tours and Holidays

Travel to Southeast Asia on our selection of tours or tailor-make your dream holiday. Plan ahead with our comprehensive travel guide to the region full of handy tips and useful travel information.

Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Laos, Burma and Borneo are beautiful Southeast Asian nations, each with their own unique appeal. Diverse landscapes, stunning scenery, laid-back locals and delicious cuisine are common threads throughout, and our Southeast Asia tours and tailor made holidays ensure that you’ll see the very best of each one. Whether its tending to the fields in Tra Que, taking a boat ride on Tonle Sap Lake or meeting hill tribes in Chiang Rai, our tours of Southeast Asia offer countless authentic travel experiences.

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Travelling by road in Southeast Asia is a wonderful experience in itself and for a flavour of typical Vietnamese transportation, we also include an overnight train journey on the infamous Reunification Express and explore the Mekong Delta in a longboat. Get in touch with us today to start planning your tour of Southeast Asia.

Top Southeast Asia Travel Deals and Upcoming Tours

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Laos to Vietnam - 16 Days Vientiane, Laos 21 May 2017 USD $3,009 was $4,299 30% off Laos to Vietnam - 16 Days Map
Highlights of Laos - 7 days Vientiane, Laos 21 May 2017 USD $1,187 was $1,695 30% off Highlights of Laos - 7 days Map
Inside Indochina - 21 days Vientiane, Laos 21 May 2017 USD $3,280 was $4,685 30% off Inside Indochina - 21 days Map
Hanoi to Hoi An - 8 days Hanoi, Vietnam 18 Mar 2017 USD $1,084 was $1,355 20% off Hanoi to Hoi An - 8 days Map
Very Vietnam - 10 days Hanoi, Vietnam 18 Mar 2017 USD $1,993 was $2,345 15% off Very Vietnam - 10 days Map
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Southeast Asia Group Tours

3-4 star hotels with pools, top local guides, plenty of local experiences and the best highlights.

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Yangon City Stay

5 Days | FROM USD $985

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Thailand Express

5 days | FROM USD $995

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Classic Cambodia

6 days | FROM USD $895

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Yi Peng Express

6 days | FROM USD $1,055

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Southeast Asia Private Tours

Classic touring itineraries through Southeast Asia, local English speaking guides, accommodation and pace of travel tailored for you.

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Best of Bangkok

3 Days | FROM USD $615

Spend 3 days exploring Bangkok - one of Southeast Asia's most exciting...

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Classic Thailand

8 days | FROM USD $3,195

Enjoy a classic journey through Thailand from the hustle and bustle of...

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Beautiful Thailand & Burma

8 Days | FROM USD $3,815

Combine the buzz of Bangkok and history of Kanchanaburi in Thailand of...

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Cambodia Discovery

8 days | FROM USD $1,655

This mesmerising holiday offers extensive touring of the incredible of...

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Southeast Asia Short Stays

Discover some of Vietnam's most popular spots with local guides on this range of short trips

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Hanoi City Stay

3 days | FROM USD $425

Enjoy a mini adventure in Hanoi - one of Asia's most captivating Pay...

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Saigon City Stay

3 days | FROM USD $380

See the best of Saigon with a 3 day city stay taking in historic sites...

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Saigon and the Mekong

4 days | FROM USD $695

Discover the best of Saigon from its historic landmarks to its markets...

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Hanoi & Halong Bay

5 days | FROM USD $1,025

See northern Vietnam's most captivating destinations with a 5 day that...

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Southeast Asia Tailor-made Holidays

If you’re looking for the perfect tailor made holiday to Southeast Asia then look no further. Our expert team is ready and waiting to put together your ideal holiday that is right for you. Whether you want to visit Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos or Burma – or even all five! We can create a highly memorable holiday to Southeast Asia.

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Southeast Asia tour reviews

Scoring an average traveller rating of 4.85 out of 5 based on 126 recent reviews — See All Southeast Asia Reviews

Excellent tour and guide, exceeded all expectations.”  

Nicola Robbie • Submitted 12 Feb 2017

Let me begin with....My first Thailand experience was one that i came away with sense of fulfilment and memories to last a life time. These two things you cannot put a price on.

Annie our guide is an exceptionally kind person and in every sense a leader. She would yell “On the go, lets go !!!!! “ and kept us on our travelling toes the whole way through. Highlights of the tour to name a few were … The River Kwai long tail boat trip to the breathtaking River Kwai Floating Hotel, here we had no electricity and the opportunity to feed stacks of fresh fruit to Wandi the elephant from the Mon village. Hell Fire Pass was a moving and emotional experience. Free time in Chiang Mai. On this day we all went our separate ways, some of our tour family went to the Silk and Umbrella factories, my partner went to the Eagle Track Zip line experience. Me being the foodie that i am took myself off to a Thai Cooking Class which Annie helped arrange at late notice. I have since made endless Thai dishes back here in Sydney. Calypso Caberet ( an optional on the 2nd night ) is well worth going to, this is at the beautiful “Asiatique”, a colourful and energetic show that starts with a Traditional Thai set menu. There is also the opportunity to get some cheeky photos at the end with the stunning lady boys. I loved that the accommodation varies from the floating hotel, Classic Cameo in Ayuttaya, the charming guest house in Chiang Rai and i cannot forget the sleeper train from Bangkok to Chiang Rai - what a ride! Annie knows her country inside out, and educated us along the way in Monks, Kings, temples, food, shopping and where we might find a “Happy room” also known as a toilet! I would love to see Annie to be considered for the tour leader awards, we would love to see her here in Sydney. Annie is a huge animal lover, perhaps she could get acquainted with her very 1st real life Kangaroo!! What an outstanding woman and p passionate tour guide. Kop khun kha Annie, we love you xx”  

Olivia Donnelly • Submitted 9 Feb 2017

TOUR: Excellent tour!! So varied and full of interesting activities cycling, kayaking, museums and supporting local industries. Loved the pace of the tour and authentic Vietnamese experiences.

GUIDE :Where on earth did you find him ? He's pure gold dust !! . Kien was consistently on time , efficient , engaging, well informed , cheerful , respectful and fun ! He taught us so much about Vietnam and its people and adapted to our needs and interests. From Day 1 his straight forward and authentic manner allowed us to feel safe and supported.The tour was brilliant and your guide Kien made it total magic !

The guide who took us on our Hanoi city Day tour (Cheung?) was also excellent. ”  

Marion Andrew • Submitted 7 Feb 2017

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Ancient Temples and Kingdoms
Southeast Asia's Top Archaeological Sites

Aside from lush landscapes, flavoursome food and beautiful beaches, Southeast Asia is also home to a number of incredible ancient wonders from the ruined royal palaces of Sukothai in Thailand to the mysterious Plain of Jars near Phonsovan in Laos to the enigmatic Cham kingdom remains of My Son in Vietnam. Topping this off is the spectacular archaeological complex of Angkor in Cambodia where you'll find the world's largest religious monument and much more.

Our guide to travelling through Southeast Asia

Start your holiday planning on the right foot with our travel guides covering everything you need to know before you travel to Southeast Asia.

Best Time to Visit

Info on weather patterns in Southeast Asia

Southern Vietnam | Southeast Asia

Multi-country Tours

Possible combinations in Southeast Asia

Aerial view over the Angkor temple complex in Cambodia

Visiting Angkor Wat

Our insiders guide to making the most of a visit to Angkor

Temples of Angkor

The top 10 temples to visit in the Angkor temple complex

Tourist Visas

No visa, no entry! Here's all you need to know

Tai Chi | Halong Bay | Vietnam

Traveller Reviews

Reviews from our travellers to Southeast Asia

Get to know Southeast Asia

Recommended Reading

  • Eden in the East
    by Stephen Oppenheimer
  • Forgotten Wars: Freedom and Revolution in Southeast Asia
    by Christopher Bayly
  • Nations and states in Southeast Asia
    by Nicholas Tarling
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Facts about Southeast Asia

  • There are over 20,000 islands in Southeast Asia though only a fraction are inhabited.
  • Water buffaloes (native to Southeast Asia) provide 11% of the world's milk, which is much more than goats.
  • Buddhism is the most popular religion on mainland Southeast Asia with most villages home to a temple or wat.

Southeast Asia Travel Advice:

We closely monitor the latest travel guidance to Southeast Asia and follow advice as set out by the British Foreign Office. Safety of our travellers is paramount and we recommend that you check the latest travel updates for the countries in Southeast Asia you are travelling to from the relevant advisory body in your country. For more specific country information, please refer to the relevant destination page on our website.

Online travel resources for Southeast Asia:

REFER TO: Rough Guides, Fodors, Frommers, Footprints, CN Traveller and World Travel Guide.

Travelling to Southeast Asia

Guided group tours or colourful festivals? Sailing on a Junk Boat in beautiful Halong Bay or discovering the incredible temples of Angkor? A family adventure or a bit or R&R by the beach? We're bound to have a travel style to Southeast Asia that's perfect for you.

Our group tours to Southeast Asia are an ideal way to explore the highlights and hidden gems of Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Laos, Burma, and Borneo. Our tours strike a balance between guided sightseeing with the group and free time for you to relax or independently explore. We provide comfortable 4 star and special class accommodation, with the opportunity to stay in unique styles of lodging, sleep aboard a luxury junk boat in beautiful Halong Bay, stay in a traditional Iban Longhouse and cruise along the Mekong Delta.

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