- From: 03/07/2019
- For: 31 days
- Landing in: Hong Kong, Hong Kong
- Returning from: Savusavu, Fiji
Hong Kong, Hong Kong
2 nightsThu. Mar 07-Sat. Mar 09
4 nightsSat. Mar 09-Wed. Mar 13
Siem Reap, Cambodia
4 nightsWed. Mar 13-Sun. Mar 17
Da Nang, Vietnam
4 nightsSun. Mar 17-Thu. Mar 21
2 nightsThu. Mar 21-Sat. Mar 23
Puerto Princesa, Philippines
7 nightsSat. Mar 23-Sat. Mar 30
7 nightsSat. Mar 30-Sat. Apr 06
2 nightsThu. Mar 07 - Sat. Mar 09
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.
4 nightsSat. Mar 09 - Wed. Mar 13
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.
4 nightsWed. Mar 13 - Sun. Mar 17
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.
4 nightsSun. Mar 17 - Thu. Mar 21
An urban center and a major Vietnamese port, this city offers great food and easy access to several significant historic landmarks.
Huyen Khong Cave, Da Nang
The most impressive cave of those riddling the Marble Mountains, Huyen Khong is a lovely gallery full of symbolic sculptures.
Marble Mountains, Da Nang
A group of five marble and limestone hills named after the five elements, riddled with picturesque grottoes and caves.
Museum of Cham Sculpture, Da Nang
Set in 1915, the museum houses the world's largest collection of sculptures by the Champa people, an indigenous Indic civilization.
Lady Buddha, Da Nang
Enjoy the spectacular views of the city, or climb up to watch the sunset on your visit this tremendous statue of a local deity.
Built over a millennium starting in the 4C, this Hindu temple complex boasts great examples of Champa architecture and cultural landmarks.
Known as one Vietnam's loveliest towns, Hoi An is home to a remarkably preserved Old Town, bustling markets, and several historic sites.
Bach Dang Avenue, Da Nang
Walk along the river in one of the town's more vibrant streets, lined with colonial buildings and casual cafes.
Historic Center, Da Nang
Take a walk through the busy streets lined with local food shops and historic buildings, or visit the buzzing marketplace.
2 nightsThu. Mar 21 - Sat. Mar 23
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.
7 nightsSat. Mar 23 - Sat. Mar 30
Set close to one of Philippines' most popular national parks, this lively city also offers beaches, rich nightlife, and great food.
Historic Center, Puerto Princesa
The city's lush surrounding nature is of its primary attractions, so walk along the coast enjoying the marvelous landscapes.
Immaculate Conception Cathedral, Puerto Princesa
With its lacy cornices and baby-blue facade, this 19C cathedral boasts motifs of Gothic architecture and several notable ornaments.
Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park
Treat yourself to an adventure, peddling along this gorgeous river running through a cave lined with exquisite rock formations.
Avoid the crowds on his off-the-beaten-path beach, lined with palm trees and boasting lush natural beauty and crystal clear water.
7 nightsSat. Mar 30 - Sat. Apr 06
Well off the beaten path, this town still boasts a sense of authenticity with its modest buildings, lush greenery, and fresh air.
Town Center, Savusavu
Whether you go to the waterfront or explore the local shops, the town center offers a pleasant afternoon.
Flora Tropica Gardens, Savusavu
With views over the bay, as well as 300 species of blooms, palm trees, and fruit trees, these gardens are a superb getaway.
Savusavu Farmers' Market
Explore the wealth of local products, from fruits, vegetable, and seafood, to handcrafts, jewelry, and souvenirs.
A relic of volcanic activity, Taveuni is Fiji's third-largest island and is home to spectacular nature, rich fauna, and excellent diving.