Diversity

In Vietnam you can discover an amazing untouched countryside of the Mekong Delta, inconceivable limestone rock formations in Ha Long Bay and mountainous outcrops in northern Vietnam. Cambodia is a country of lush rugged mountains and jungles. The isolated tribal people have beautiful beaches and deserted islands with awe-inspiring ancient temples and landmarks. Laos is the least developed country in the South Eastern Asian region. Laos is often also referred to as ‘The Land of a Million Elephants’ and offers an untouched and unspoiled glimpse into the olden day life in those regions.

Thailand demonstrates a highly developed infrastructure and service level for this region and thus offers a huge diversity of landscapes, cultural sites and activities. Myanmar offers great historical value, a rich cultural heritage and possesses a vast ecological diversity ranging from its famous Himalayan peaks to its lush tropical beaches.

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VIETNAM

The Vietnamese landscape is bedazzling, stunning and without a doubt it is a destination that offers many inspiring adventures. In Vietnam you can discover an amazing untouched countryside of the Mekong Delta, inconceivable limestone rock formations in Ha Long Bay and mountainous outcrops in northern Vietnam. Vietnam is transforming with new up-market hotels, shopping arcades, sky scrapers and fine dining restaurants in Ho Chi Minh City, charming Hanoi and the luxury designer beach resorts of Hoi An and Mui ne.
Vietnam is a country of contrasts, where something eye-catching awaits you at every corner. One positive attribute the Vietnamese people have, is their warm hospitality together with their inquiring mind and the smiling friendliness.

THAILAND

There is no doubt that Thailand is the most visited destination in S. E. Asia. Thailand demonstrates a highly developed infrastructure and service level for this region and thus offers a huge diversity of landscapes, cultural sites and activities.
Every traveler feels at home here, whatever their desire or need is. Enjoy trekking in an unmapped jungle or seek adventure tours in N. Thailand, while the beach-lovers can pleasure themselves in island hopping amongst the many beautiful islands in the Thailand Gulf and/or the Andaman Sea.

MYANMAR

Myanmar, formerly Burma, is one of the least explored countries in Asia. Myanmar offers great historical value, a rich cultural heritage and possesses a vast ecological diversity ranging from its famous Himalayan peaks to its lush tropical beaches.
Explore the magnificent temples of Bagan, relax on a riverboat cruise to Mandalay, discover Burma’s ‘Jewel city’, trek through the rarely visited alpine villages, delve into the underground at Pindaya, admire Yangon’s golden Shwedagon Pagoda, explore ancient, glittering temples and meet saffron-robed Buddhist monks.

LAOS

Laos is the least developed country in the South Eastern Asian region. Laos is often also referred to as ‘The Land of a Million Elephants’ and offers an untouched and unspoiled glimpse into the olden day life in those regions. Laos offers various landscapes, from thick jungle and lush floodplains through to dramatically rugged mountains and cave networks that were once used as hideouts during the war.
Its serene blend of forested mountains, limestone karsts and riverfront towns, keeps nature lovers coming back again and again. Laos has stylish, elegant cities such as Vientiane and Luang Prabang, which combine French colonial architecture, stunning Buddhist temples and a laid back atmosphere far removed from other Asian cities.

CAMBODIA

Cambodia is a country of lush rugged mountains and jungles. The isolated tribal people have beautiful beaches and deserted islands with awe-inspiring ancient temples and landmarks. Cambodia is combined with ancient ruins and artifacts, friendly locals and colorful bustling markets. This leaves visitors with sensible reasons to visit the once forgotten country and oft making Cambodia the highlight of their South East Asian tour.
Cambodia’s history could start with visiting the Silver Pagoda continue to the colorful Royal Palace and the poignant Tuol Sleng Museum before continuing to the Buddhist memorial of the ‘Killing Fields’ in Siem Reap. It could be that you might discover yourself becoming another tomb raider in the temples of Angkor Wat. The Angkor Wat is a temple complex in Cambodia, which is the largest religious monument in the world. – A Definite Must!!