Explore Southeast Asia with the Family

6 May 2021

Southeast Asia is so much more than beaches — it is a place for the family to come together.

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Southeast Asia is so much more than beaches — it is a place for the family to come together and enjoy the culture, food and the nature. From visiting with elephants on the banks of the Mekong and riding a vespa through the streets of Hanoi on a street food tour to ziplining through jungles and taking a helicopter over Angkor Wat, Southeast Asia is where the family can go to have fun, grow, and explore.

  • Helicopter over Angkor Wat for a birdseye view of the astonishingly beautiful ancient Khmer temples.
  • Marvel at the high-energy acrobatics of the famed Phare circus show.
  • Learn how the APOPO Hero Landmine Rats are saving Cambodia from unexploded landmines.
  • Take an exhilarating ATV ride through the Siem Reap countryside and rural villages at sunset.
  • Zipline over the scenic Maeram River for a thrilling afternoon adventure.
  • Battle the rapids while whitewater rafting through the tropical forests of Chiang Mai.
  • Learn how to make traditional Thai cuisine and sample the street food of Bangkok's Chinatown. 
  • Join an ethical elephant camp to learn about these amazing creatures from a Thai mahout. 
  • Embark on a private wooden boat to explore Bangkok’s canals and watch a traditional Thai puppet show.
  • Discover Hanoi’s charming Old Quarter from the quaint comfort of a cyclo.
  • Zoom through the alleys of Hanoi on a delicious street food tour by Vespa
  • Ride through the countryside of the Red River Delta on a vintage motorcycle. 
  • Take a sepak takraw lesson, a popular and exciting native sport in Southeast Asia.
  • Explore the picturesque countryside of Hoi An by bicycle and visit a former Viet Cong guerrilla to learn about his experiences in the US-Vietnam War. 
  • Cycle to breathtaking waterfalls on the Mekong and explore the old French railway line.
  • Kayak on the Mekong for a chance to see the rare and adorable Irrawaddy dolphins.
  • Enjoy exotic buffalo milk ice cream and wander the bucolic grounds of Laos Buffalo Dairy Farm.
  • Take part in the rewardingly spiritual tak bat, a pre-dawn alms-giving ceremony for monks in Luang Prabang.
  • Visit the intimate Garavek Theater for traditional Lao story telling and music.
  • Make snacks for your new elephant friends at Mandalao sanctuary on the Nam Khan River.



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