CAMBODIA AND VIETNAM
Visit Ho Chi Minh City commonly known as Saigon, a city in southern Vietnam famous for the pivotal role it played in the Vietnam War. It's also known for its French colonial architecture, including Notre-Dame Basilica made entirely of materials imported from France. Visit the food stalls that line the city’s streets, especially around the bustling Ben Thanh Market.
Head out of Saigon to visit the most impressive testimony of the partisan resistance, the amazing hidden tunnel system of Cu Chi. The tunnels were first used for communications between villages and to evade French army sweeps of the area. In the early 1960s, the tunnels were repaired and new extensions excavated. Eventually, the tunnel system assumed enormous strategic importance during the American War.
Stay in the resort town of Siem Reap, in northwestern Cambodia, it is the gateway to the ruins of Angkor and was the seat of the Khmer Empire from the 9th-15th centuries. From a private helicopter see the amazing sights of the Angkor Temples, Phnom Bok, Roluos Group, Tonle Sap Floating Village and the town of Siem Reap.
ruins of angkor tour
cu ci tunnels tour
ho chi minh city tour
cambodia countryside by jeep
HONG KONG, CHIANG MAI, BANGKOK
Hong Kong Island is bursting at the seams with a mixture of ancient eastern mystique, high-tech commerce and cosmopolitan lifestyles. Take a Tram up to the Victoria Peak for a panoramic view of the city and world renowned Victoria Harbor. On the south side of the island is Repulse Bay, which overlooks the South China Sea. Bargain cheerfully for souvenir items at Stanley Market. Arrive in the fishing village of Aberdeen, and embark on a sampan ride to visit the floating population of Hong Kong.
Chiang Mai is northern Thailand’s largest city, and is over 700 years old. Visit an exclusive elephant camp surrounded by the fantastic scenery of Mae Taman Valley, located 68 kms north of Chiang Mai city. The elephants there live naturally in this beautiful setting. Adventurous guests can embark on a 30-minute elephant ride through the surrounding tropical jungle or participate in a thrilling rafting adventure down the river.
Bangkok is Thailand’s spiritual, cultural political, commercial, educational and diplomatic center, and a vibrant, fascinating city to discover. Visit the rural floating market of Damnern Saduak, where the canals are filled with small flat boats loaded with fruit and vegetables. Expertly paddled by mature ladies, the boats jockey for position when prospective buyers arrive on the boardwalks, ready to stop and bargain at a moment's notice. Tour the River Kwai located in Kanchanaburi, 130 kms west of Bangkok.
Hong Kong, Chiang Mai, Bangkok
Ngong Ping Cable Car
So Ho Walking Tour
Hong Kong Island
Tokyo, the largest metropolitan area in the world, is a wonderful mix of old and new; modern living and old-fashioned manners, high-tech gadgets and cute cartoon mascots. Traces of old Japan scattered among some of the most impressive skyscrapers in the world.
Experience the excitement and chaos of one of the oldest and most traditional fish auctions: The Tsukiji Fish Market is known as one of the world's largest fish markets handling over 2,000 tons of marine products per day.
Visit the Meijijingu Shrine; a cultural experience reflecting on the practice of Japanese Shintoism. Experience a traditional Tea Ceremony, an act not taken lightly in Japanese culture. Similar to the culture of the Bonsai, tea ceremonies are prevalent in daily life in Japan. Take part in the ritual and harmony of experiencing the art of tea, signifying "the gentleness of spirit" in Zen/ Japanese culture.
Attend a Sumo match - Sumo is a competitive full-contact wrestling sport, that originated in Japan, the only country where it is practiced professionally.
The Tsukiji Fish Market
The Tea Ceremony