Forge a closer connection with the Buddhist culture on this meditation course and monks chat experience. Learn more about Buddhism and its role in Thai daily life, discuss with Buddhist monks questions of the life of a monk or Buddhism in todays society. Take part in a meditation experience aimed at calming the mind and breathing.Let us plan your trip - Contact Us
On this guided sightseeing experience of Luang Prabang, you will discover why this destination is called the Jewel of the Mekong. You will explore the morning market, ancient temples, war relics, local crafts, the National Museum and the history of the former Lao Kingdoms. Experience the energy of the Royal City, visit the former's King's palace and get a full introduction to Laos cultural diversity at the Traditional Art and Craft Ethnology center and local crafts at Ock Pop Tock centre.
Set off and reach the old French quarter. Discover part of the rich heritage of this metropolis, inherited from the history and times when Cambodia was placed under the French Protectorate. By TukTuk, equipped with a digital tablet, discover the city's unmissable history.
If this is your first time to Bangkok or you only have one day in the capital, this experience will enable you to capture the cities culture, history and vibe in one day. From the iconic temples and incredible local street food markets, to the city's beautiful canals, the urban chaos of the world's most authentic Chinatown and up to Bangkok's jaw-dropping, cosmopolitan skybars. This journey is the urban epitome of contrasts, crisscrossing the city on foot and all available transportation in Thailand, to not only give you an introduction to Bangkok but make you feel the magnitude of an exciting and diverse mega-city of 18 million.Let us plan your trip - Contact Us
Explore the magic and beauty of the mountains with Thailand's indigenous mountain tribes in this fascinating experience that takes you trekking through lush green villages with panormaic mountain views. Learn about the process of growing coffee and sample a cup or aromatic fresh coffee from farm to plate. Learn more about the history and culture of the White Meo or Hmong Peoples through dance and discussion and try your hand at weaving indigenous style designs using a tradtional loom.Let us plan your trip - Contact Us
You will be given the chance early morning to set off for a 3hr hike through Hmong and Khamu villages, cereal crops, rubber plantations before arriving at the summit of the impressive Kuang Sy waterfalls, a succession of basins of a turquoise color suitable for swimming. After a fusion cuisine lunch, you will head to Mrs Deuane's place, a traditional Lao house located on the banks of the Mekong River and participate to a Baci ceremony during which, the spirits are called to catalyze happiness, luck and prosperity. End the day by sipping an aperitif accompanied by small Laotian specialties and enjoy a game of local petanque.Let us plan your trip - Contact Us
Set off for a full day trip to the former capitals of Amarapura, Ava and Sagaing! The day begins with a visit to the 18th century capital, Amarapura. Attend the daily meal of over thousand monks at the country’s largest monastery; Mahagandayon. Proceed to Ava, the former capital from the 14th to the 18th century and visit by horse carriage the remains of the great city. Cross the bridge over the Irrawaddy River and continue to Sagaing, a widely regarded religious center. End the day with a stroll at sunset over the 200 year-old U Bein Bridge, constructed entirely from teak.
Prepare yourselves for an ultimately evocative start journeying deep into a small village community, located inside the Angkor Complex, to visit a monastery with their Monks for the ancient tradition of Alms Giving at Sunrise. The Monks here pay respects to their elders. Then, you will help the local community to prepare the Monks' breakfast, and receive a blessing before being guided around the community. Experience the vibrations of the traditional chanting before continuing to the magnificent Angkor Wat, which is one of the modern wonders of the world. Be amazed by the sheer size of the temple and the history of Khmer Empire.Let us plan your trip - Contact Us
Explore Yangon with a lavishly restored antique post-colonial Chevrolet passengers bus. Drive to the City Hall which is considered to be a fine example of Myanmar architecture. The construction of this building started in 1926 is enlisted on the Yangon City Heritage List. Then head towards Strand road filled with colonial buildings. On the way, stop off at Botahtaung jetty to observe the local life before hitting Kandawgyi Lake, which has spectacular photo opportunities of the Karaweik Barge, the lake, and the Shwedagon Pagoda. Towards the end of the day, visit the famous Shwedagon Pagoda, which is one the wonders of the world. There are always many Burmese people praying and making offerings, hence a fascinating place to spend time watching the world go by.
Very few tourists make the trip down to this Inle lake region, yet it is one of the most beautiful places in the Shan State boarded with mountains. Stop at Sae Khaung Pottery Village to see the crafting of oil and water pots as well as the natural, underground kilns used by the villagers. On the western shores of the Samkar area is Tar Kaung, a series of stupas which also make a fabulous photo stop. The main highlight for many travellers are the stupas of Samkar, sitting partially underwater for a few months a year. There is also a local monastery and village that can be visited.The highlight of the day is the stop at Red Mountain Winery: possibility of undergoing a wine tasting and admire superb views during sunset.
Meet your very special guide who will accompany you during the day's visits. Originally from Phnom Penh he was deported during this critical war time with the rest of the population. At the end of this period he dedicated his life to the search for the truth and the collection of testimonies of the crime time. He relates no better than anyone the events that occurred and will answer to all your questions. In the morning discovery of the genocide museum of Tuol Sleng, an old school transformed into a detention center and torture by the Khmer Rouge regime.Then, you will continue to visit the site of a former orchard and mass grave of victims of the Khmer Rouge - killed between 1975 and 1979. It is the best-known of sites known as The Killing Fields, where the Khmer Rouge regime executed over one million people between 1975 and 1979.Let us plan your trip - Contact Us
Enjoy an unforgettable experience: a spectacular hot air ballon ride over Bagan’s site for about 45 minutes. A light breakfast will be served while you watch the balloon being inflated and given a complete safety briefing and flight instructions. With the balloons now standing upright, it will be time to climb on board. The balloon is guided by gentle winds allowing passengers a serene and peaceful bird's-eye view of ancient temples drifting by. Using his skill and years of flight experience in Bagan the pilot is able to guide the balloon to a gentle landing where our friendly and experienced crew will be waiting for you with fruits, fresh pastries and a glass or two of sparkling wine to complete the post flight celebration.Let us plan your trip - Contact Us
This half day tour discovering art galleries in Yangon will give you a great opportunity to be dazzled by some amazing works exhibited at beautiful galleries accompanied by your professional guide. The first gallery to explore is River Gallery, the biggest gallery in downtown where you may admire Burmese arts of local artists’ paintings. Continue to Pansodan art gallery for more paintings and then to Bo Aung Kyaw art gallery of Artist Khin Zaw Latt.
Get the opportunity to meet and talk to the artists or gallery staff to learn more about Myanmar local arts .
Retrace the past war History of Vietnam in Ho Chi Minh by exploring historical wartime sights. Visit outside The Consulate General of The United States, which was the former US Embassy in Saigon and CIA building. In 1975, the helicopters evacuated remaining US citizens from the top of this builiding. Visit the Reunification Palace, which was the former headquarters of the South Vietnamese Government and Presidential Residence before reaching the Pho Binh Restaurant, which was a secret location of the Communist force Viet Cong. Here, commanders gathered to plan the 1968 Tet Offensive.Let us plan your trip - Contact Us
In Hue, pay a visit around the local Buddhist Pagoda, enjoy a cup of tea and interact with the head monk to get a glimpse of the Buddhist movement, monks’ life experiences and their charitable work for the community. Time will be given to discuss spiritual meditation with the monk and how it forms part of his day. Later, bid farewell and head to the center of the Complex of Hue Monuments inscribed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site located alongside the Perfume River which is one of Vietnam’s most recognizable icons.