- From: 05/18/2020
- For: 16 days
- Landing in: Bangkok, Thailand
- Returning from: Philippines
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Ko Samui, Thailand
4 nightsMon. May 18-Fri. May 22
4 nightsFri. May 22-Tue. May 26
3 nightsTue. May 26-Fri. May 29
4 nightsFri. May 29-Tue. Jun 02
0 nightsMon. May 18
Best known for its nightlife and vibrant atmosphere, this sprawling metropolis boasts ancient temples, museums, and cultural venues.
4 nightsMon. May 18 - Fri. May 22
The second-largest island in Thailand, Ko Samui boasts opulent marine life perfect for snorkeling, great hiking, and lovely beaches.
Fisherman's Village, Ko Samui
Visit on Friday evening and you will find a buzzing night market. Every other day traditional restaurants and fun shops await you.
Town Center, Ko Samui
A marriage of opposites, this island offers luxurious resorts alongside wild beach alcoves, superb food, lively nightlife, and spas.
Maenam Beach, Ko Samui
Secluded and with a wonderful laid-back atmosphere, this gorgeous beach is a backpacker heaven with its golden sand and clear water.
Coco Splash Adventure and Waterpark, Ko Samui
Promising thrills for all ages, this great waterpark offers giant slides, pools, mini-golf, go-karts, trampoline, and oodles of fun.
Mu Ko Ang Thong National Park
Encompassing 42 islands, lush marine life, and spectacular landscape, this national park is one of Thailand's finest.
Hat Khanom - Mu Ko Thale Tai National Park
This national park spans the primeval forests lining the Khanom coast, as well as its beaches and the Thale Tai archipelago.
Secret Buddha Garden, Ko Samui
Set atop the highest summit on the island, this garden is full of countless statues of Buddhist deities, animals, and the sculptor.
Wat Plai Laem, Ko Samui
This modern temple complex features sculptures depicting Buddhist deities, including two 30m statues of Buddha and Guanyin.
4 nightsFri. May 22 - Tue. May 26
Vietnam's capital and its second largest city, Hanoi boasts a rich royal history, colonial architecture, and many cultural attractions.
Historic Center, Hanoi
Explore the vibrant culture of Hanoi, getting to know its thousand-long-year history, and sampling some of the local cuisine.
Vietnam Museum of Ethnology, Hanoi
A museum tracing all 54 of Vietnam's recognized ethnic groups, exhibiting traditional lifestyle, household, religions, and more.
Vietnam Fine Arts Museum, Hanoi
One of Vietnam's largest art museums, this institute houses an impressive collection of Vietnamese art from throughout history.
Den Ngoc Son Temple, Hanoi
Cross a traditional Vietnamese bridge on your way to this 19C temple, also known as the Jade Mountain Temple.
Ba Vi National Park
Visitors to the park enjoy hiking the majestic Ba Vi mountains, exploring beautiful vistas and a temple, as well as bird watching.
Gulf of Tonkin
Situated off the shore of North Vietnam, the gulf is surrounded by great off-the-beaten-path destinations, including Cat Ba Island.
Tran Quoc Pagoda, Hanoi
Situated on an island on the West Lake, Hanoi's oldest temple dates to the 6C and features ten shrines and remarkable statues.
Hoan Kiem Lake, Hanoi
A lovely lake located in the heart of the capital, known for its turtle population, small scenic isles, and old local myths.
3 nightsTue. May 26 - Fri. May 29
Serving as the starting point for many mountain treks, this university city is known for its cool climate and budding culinary scene.
Burnham Park, Baguio
An enormous park boasting many fun features, such as a lake, a skating rink, playgrounds, orchid hothouses, gardens, and more.
Historic Center, Baguio
Visit the market, explore the city's botanic gardens, or simply enjoy the diverse architecture lining the streets.
Botanical Garden, Baguio
Hosting traditional huts native to Baguio, this botanic garden boasts lush mountainous vegetation and a lovely village atmosphere.
Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto, Baguio
Climb the 250 steps leading up to the church and light a candle before this 19C shrine, commemorating visions of the Virgin Mary.
Hundred Islands National Park
In fact encompassing over a 100 islands, this national park features rich and diverse ecosystems, as well as breathtaking scenery.
Boasting a summit nearly 3,000m high, this popular mountain offers spectacular scenery at sunrise, as well as many hiking trails.
4 nightsFri. May 29 - Tue. Jun 02
With a wealth of historic landmarks from its Spanish past, this capital city is full of museums, parks, and other cultural gems.
Intramuros District, Manila
The heart of historic Manila, this district dates to the 16C and features several remarkable well-preserved landmarks.
Historic Center, Manila
Explore the central streets of this capital, where ancient and modern architecture mix, and quaint shops offers their colorful ware.
San Agustin Church, Manila
The oldest church in the Philippines boasts fine ornaments, and features an adjacent museum full of historic and religious relics.
Ayala Museum, Manila
Exhibiting Filipino art, historic artifacts, and archaeological relics, this rich museum offers a glimpse into the local culture.
This unique volcanic caldera lake boasts a small volcano in its center, which in turn boasts a crater lake and an island within it.
Hire a canoe and follow the river, or hike from the town of Cavinti to discover these gorgeous waterfalls nestled amid lush scenery.
Museum of the Filipino People, Manila
Set within Rizal Park, this museum houses ancient artifacts, archaeological findings, and ethnographic relics of the Filipino People.
National Museum of Fine Arts, Manila
Set in a Neoclassical palace, this museum exhibits a range of historic and contemporary paintings and sculptures by Filipino artists.