- From: 03/10/2020
- For: 27 days
- Landing in: Bangkok, Thailand
- Returning from: Baguio, Philippines
4 nightsTue. Mar 10-Sat. Mar 14
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
3 nightsSat. Mar 14-Tue. Mar 17
Siem Reap, Cambodia
4 nightsTue. Mar 17-Sat. Mar 21
3 nightsSat. Mar 21-Tue. Mar 24
2 nightsTue. Mar 24-Thu. Mar 26
Hong Kong, Hong Kong
4 nightsThu. Mar 26-Mon. Mar 30
4 nightsMon. Mar 30-Fri. Apr 03
2 nightsFri. Apr 03-Sun. Apr 05
0 nightsSun. Apr 05
4 nightsTue. Mar 10 - Sat. Mar 14
Best known for its nightlife and vibrant atmosphere, this sprawling metropolis boasts ancient temples, museums, and cultural venues.
Wat Pho, Bangkok
Housing a 46m statue of the Reclining Buddha, the oldest temple in Bangkok also boasts Thailand's largest collation of Buddha images.
Wat Phra Kaew, Bangkok
Home to the sacred Emerald Buddha, this 18C temple complex features exquisite architectural markers and several remarkable monuments.
Historic Center, Bangkok
Wander through streets lined with food carts, small shops, cafes, and cultural marks, taking in the incessant bustle of the center.
Ananta Samakhom Throne Hall, Bangkok
Located in the Dusit Palace, this elegant Italian Renaissance style hall houses the famous Arts of the Kingdom exhibit.
Ancient City (Muang Boran)
This impressive outdoor museum replicates significant buildings, temples, and cultural monuments from throughout Thailand's history,
The second capital of the historic Kingdom of Siam retains some of its well-preserved ancient temples, royal buildings, and palaces.
Grand Palace, Bangkok
This lavish royal complex dates to the 18C, boasting many historic structures, lush gardens, and a rich cultural museum.
Jim Thompson's House, Bangkok
Comprised of several reconstructed traditional Thai houses, this museum exhibits an impressive collection of Southeast-Asian art.
3 nightsSat. Mar 14 - Tue. Mar 17
Once known as Saigon, this city is a mixture of towering skyscrapers and elegant temples, full of great food, history, and culture.
Cu Chi Tunnels, Ho Chi Minh City
A large web of subterranean tunnels, now a Vietnam War memorial, featuring monuments, shooting range, and various artifacts.
Reunification Palace, Ho Chi Minh City
Walk around the palace, admiring its modern architecture, as well as an array of historic artifacts and the original furnishing.
Historic Center, Ho Chi Minh City
Full of bustle and history, the streets of Saigon offer a great afternoon of exploration with its stalls, shops, and temples.
Museum of Vietnamese History, Ho Chi Minh City
An impressive museum housing artifacts dating to the Bronze Age, and tracing the history of Vietnamese, Cham, and Khmer cultures.
With white sandy beaches on the shores of the South China Sea, this relaxed city boasts colonial era architecture and lovely resorts.
Cat Tien National Park
With hiking, mountain biking, and birdwatching, this massive national park attracts visitors to its remarkably diverse rainforests.
4 nightsTue. Mar 17 - Sat. Mar 21
Popular with travelers due its proximity to the Angkor temples, this bustling city boasts markets, temples, museums, and more.
Angkor Thom and Bayon Temple, Siem Reap
Wander around the former capital of the Khmer Empire, home to several intact structures and large towers which feature engraved faces.
Historic Center, Siem Reap
Discover the magic of Siem Reap's city center, seamlessly blending Chinese and French Colonial architecture, and a lively atmosphere.
Banteay Srei, Siem Reap
Dating to the 10C, this Cambodian temple is popular with travelers due to its remarkable ornamentation carved into the sandstone.
Phnom Bakheng, Siem Reap
A hilltop 9C temple famed for its panoramic views of the surrounding area, as well as its gorgeous sunset views of the Angkor Wat.
Phnom Kulen National Park
The site of the foundation of the Khmer Empire, this stunning park features archaeology, waterfalls, a temple, and more.
Translated as "Temple City," this 12C hilltop complex is the world's largest religious monument and is a great example Khmer style.
One of Cambodia's most breathtaking temples, this popular complex uniquely features beautiful of trees interlacing ancient ruins.
Dating to the 10C, this remarkable archaeological site is surrounded by jungle and was once the capital of the Angkorian Emprie.
3 nightsSat. Mar 21 - Tue. Mar 24
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.
2 nightsTue. Mar 24 - Thu. Mar 26
An old French colonial village, it serves as an excellent base for exploring the stunning scenery of the region.
Coc Ly Market, Sapa
Get to know the rich local culture at the Tuesday market, where tribe members from the surrounding villages come to buy and sell.
Historic Center, Sapa
Get to know this charming village by wandering around, enjoying the scenery, and talking to the locals and fellow travelers.
Home to 25 ethnic minorities, the province is lauded for its cultural diversity, a wealth of nearby natural attractions, and rich history.
Cat Cat Village
Within walking distance from Sapa, you will find this ethnic village hidden in a valley blessed with breathtaking nature.
4 nightsThu. Mar 26 - Mon. Mar 30
A flourishing metropolis, Hong Kong boasts Eastern and Western influences reflected in cuisine, architecture, history, and trade.
Victoria Peak, Hong Kong
Do not miss out on Victoria Peak, home to parks and trails, as well as breathtaking views over Hong Kong and its nearby islands.
Tian Tan Buddha, Hong Kong
Climb up 268 steps to visit the giant bronze Buddha overlooking Hong Kong, boasting 34m height and ringed with smaller statues.
Historic Center, Hong Kong
Wander through the bustling streets, sample dim sum, and be sure to catch a glimpse of the world-famous Hong Kong Skyline.
Repulse Bay Beach, Hong Kong
A beach on the southern Repulse Bay, popular for its easy accessibility, diverse amenities, beautiful waters, and golden sands.
Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden
Dedicated to promoting sustainable living, this beautiful farm preserves the local flora and fauna, as well as offering great walking paths.
Ma Wan Park
Set on the Ma Wan island, this large park promotes love of nature, providing beautiful landscape and interactive installations.
Lantau Island, Hong Kong
Hong Kong's largest island is full of cultural landmarks, such as monasteries, temples, and villages, as well as nice hiking paths.
Chi Lin Nunnery, Hong Kong
An early 20C Buddhist nunnery, boasting lovely Tang Dynasty architecture, as well as elaborate deity statues and a lush garden.
4 nightsMon. Mar 30 - Fri. Apr 03
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.
2 nightsFri. Apr 03 - Sun. Apr 05
Surrounded on all sides by beautiful rice terraces, this popular town attracts visitors for its gorgeous views and rich Ifugao culture.
Batad Rice Terraces, Banaue
Known as the most beautiful rice terraces in the Philippines, these immaculate terraces date back over 2,000 years
Historic Center, Banaue
Stroll through this ancient town, soaking up the history and enjoying the magnificent views of the surrounding rice terraces.
Tam-an Village, Banaue
Explore this historic village, whose warm locals are excited to share their traditions with you, and you can hire one as a guide.
Tappiyah Falls, Banaue
The hike to reach the falls is difficult, yet rewarding. Enjoy beautiful natural scenery, and views of the majestic 70-foot waterfall.
0 nightsSun. Apr 05
Serving as the starting point for many mountain treks, this university city is known for its cool climate and budding culinary scene.