- From: 02/29/2020
- For: 47 days
- Landing in: Melbourne, Australia
- Returning from: Hanoi, Vietnam
4 nightsSat. Feb 29-Wed. Mar 04
2 nightsWed. Mar 04-Fri. Mar 06
2 nightsFri. Mar 06-Sun. Mar 08
3 nightsSun. Mar 08-Wed. Mar 11
3 nightsWed. Mar 11-Sat. Mar 14
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
2 nightsSat. Mar 14-Mon. Mar 16
Ko Samui, Thailand
6 nightsMon. Mar 16-Sun. Mar 22
Chiang Mai, Thailand
3 nightsSun. Mar 22-Wed. Mar 25
4 nightsWed. Mar 25-Sun. Mar 29
Siem Reap, Cambodia
4 nightsSun. Mar 29-Thu. Apr 02
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
2 nightsThu. Apr 02-Sat. Apr 04
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
6 nightsSat. Apr 04-Fri. Apr 10
0 nightsFri. Apr 10
3 nightsFri. Apr 10-Mon. Apr 13
4 nightsSat. Feb 29 - Wed. Mar 04
Australia's cultural capital features a laid back charm, with trendy cafes, sprawling parks, and a great art and music scene.
City Center, Melbourne
Explore Melbourne's City Center, discovering all of the culture and art of this beautiful city.
Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne
The largest open-air market in the Southern Hemisphere is a cultural landmark, offering a wealth of any imaginable produce.
Royal Botanic Gardens, Melbourne
With a beautiful range of gardens, including the Children's Garden, the Royal Botanic Gardens will be fun for everyone.
Australian Center for the Moving Image (ACMI), Melbourne
A must visit for lovers of cinematography, this cultural center preserves and exhibits Australian, British, and international films.
Hike along the Yarra river, explore Yarra's natural attractions, and be sure to sample the local wine the valley is known for.
Visit this lovely island for its great surfing opportunities, and spend some time befriending the local flocks of little penguins.
Princess Theater, Melbourne
Spend a night on the town in this marvelous 19C theater, famed for its exquisite performances and fine decorative elements.
Home to 18 sub-Antarctic penguins, the aquarium also boasts an oceanarium with jellyfish, sharks, and other fascinating marine life.
2 nightsWed. Mar 04 - Fri. Mar 06
Australia's most popular city offers superb beaches, amazing surrounding nature, an iconic harbor, fine architecture, and more.
Sydney Opera House
Made up of several performance venues, Sydney's massive Opera House is probably the most well known icon of the city.
Sydney Harbor Bridge
Walk across this iconic steel arch bridge, enjoying breathtaking views of the entire harbor area, as well as of Sydney itself.
With recreational activities based around the harbor, the area offers spectacular views, a lively atmosphere, and many fun venues.
Queen Victoria Building, Sydney
A superb architectural landmark, this Romanesque gem is a marketplace, full of exquisite decorative elements and Victorian charm.
2 nightsFri. Mar 06 - Sun. Mar 08
Australia's third largest city is a fine metropolis, boasting a great art scene, many good eateries, parks, and nearby attractions.
South Bank Parklands, Brisbane
A hotspot for locals, this waterfront park offers a variety of activities for the whole family, including beaches, shops, rides and more.
City Center, Brisbane
Take advantage of the pleasant tropical climate, walking around and discovering the city's culture, gardens, art, and restaurants.
Roma Street Parkland, Brisbane
Stroll through the biggest subtropical garden in the world, explore its many themed recreational areas, and enjoy your afternoon.
Queensland Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane
With exhibits from all over the world, it is the largest gallery of modern and contemporary art in Australia.
3 nightsSun. Mar 08 - Wed. Mar 11
A vibrant city-state famed for its thriving arts scene, diverse cuisine, many gardens, and a unique multicultural atmosphere.
Singapore Botanic Gardens
A large award-winning garden opened in 1859, home to an array of tropical plants, the National Orchid Garden, a few lakes, and more.
Gardens by the Bay, Singapore
A vast popular parkland featuring a wealth of thematic gardens, fantastic hothouses, architectural landmarks, and a flower market.
Second-tallest Ferris wheel in the world, offers superb views from its 165m height, and a unique view of the landscape.
Cloud Forest, Singapore
A vast glass garden imitating mountainous ecosystems, full of tropical blooms and plants, a waterfall, and other natural treasures.
Explore this lovely island, known for its old-time rural atmosphere, lush greenery, quiet beaches, and fresh cuisine.
St. John's Island
Known for its stunning beaches and Marine Agricultural Center, this beautiful island was once a quarantine island for carious diseases.
3 nightsWed. Mar 11 - Sat. Mar 14
With a bustling market, lovely beaches, and a preserved old town, this popular city is known for its excellent international cuisine.
Baba Nyonya Heritage Museum, Malacca
A richly decorated 19C Peranakan mansion, exhibiting lavish furniture, household items, traditional attire, woodwork, and porcelain.
Straits Chinese Jewellery Museum, Malacca
Hosted in a traditional Peranakan building, the museum exhibits jewelry and household items with strong Chinese and Indian elements.
Jonker Walk, Malacca
Malacca's Chinatown retains its Peranakan buildings and shops, full of ethnic textile, handicraft, cuisine, and great souvenirs.
Historic Center, Malacca
Travel back in time when exploring this preserved old town, getting to know Malacca's rich past through its architecture.
Resting on the banks of the Putrajaya Lake, this mosque boasts fine pink-shaded architecture and an exquisite dome.
Putrajaya Wetlands Park
Malaysia's first man-made wetlands, this large park is made up of 24 different sections which serve as wildlife sanctuaries.
2 nightsSat. Mar 14 - Mon. Mar 16
Malaysia's capital is known for its delicious cuisine, towering skyscrapers, cultural diversity, and beautiful architecture.
Aquaria KLCC, Kuala Lumpur
Home to every sea-animal imaginable, people can schedule their visits around shows and feeding times of the creatures they wish to see.
Historic Center, Kuala Lumpur
Explore Malaysia's bustling capital, admiring the wealth of stunning architecture, and sampling foods from all over Asia.
National Museum, Kuala Lumpur
Dedicated to Malaysian history and culture, this extensive museum is home to collections of ethnology and natural history.
Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur
A popular district famed for its shopping malls, bars and restaurants, exciting atmosphere, and cultural curios.
6 nightsMon. Mar 16 - Sun. Mar 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.
3 nightsSun. Mar 22 - Wed. Mar 25
North Thailand's largest city is a vibrant cultural hub, boasting temples and museums, as well as nearby national parks.
Wat Chedi Luang, Chiang Mai
Retaining elements of Lanna-style architecture, this 13C Buddhist temple boasts elaborate statues and fine decorations.
Wat Phra Singh, Chiang Mai
Dating to the 14C, this temple complex retains some of the original structures, and houses the famed Phra Buddha Singh statue.
Historic Center, Chiang Mai
Trace the well-preserved ancient walls, explore the winding alleys, visit the temples and markets, and enjoy the timeless ambiance.
Wat Umong, Chiang Mai
Situated on 15 acres of land, this Buddhist temple features wooded parks, tunnels with beautiful murals, and religious sculptures.
Elephant Nature Park
Visitors can help care for the elephants in this wonderful sanctuary, home to rescued elephants.
Wat Phra That Doi Suthep
Offering lovely views over Chiang Mai, this mountaintop temple complex boasts fine architecture, ornamental details, and shrines.
4 nightsWed. Mar 25 - Sun. Mar 29
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 nightsSun. Mar 29 - Thu. Apr 02
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.
2 nightsThu. Apr 02 - Sat. Apr 04
Cambodia's capital and largest city sit on the confluence of two rivers, boasting architectural variety and historic landmarks.
Historic Center, Phnom Penh
Visit the central market for some food, admire the well-preserved French architecture, or pay your respects at the local temple.
Royal Palace, Phnom Penh
A 19C royal complex, the residence of Cambodia's monarch boasts several fine buildings, tropical gardens, and more.
Wat Botum, Phnom Penh
Adjacent to a park, this 15C temple complex retains much of its original architecture and ornamentation, offering a glimpse into Khmer culture.
Silver Pagoda, Phnom Penh
Home to several treasures, this elaborate pagoda boasts a stunning silver floor and an impressive collection of gold and jewelled Buddhas.
6 nightsSat. Apr 04 - Fri. Apr 10
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.
0 nightsFri. Apr 10
The perfect blend of modern features with ancient traits, Hue boasts world-renowned historic sites, rich culture, and great cuisine.
3 nightsFri. Apr 10 - Mon. Apr 13
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.