Embark on a journey up the Mekong River for a life-changing travel experience, featuring culturally immersive tours of Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos.
Travel Indochina is offering guests the opportunity to follow in the footsteps of television presenter Sue Perkins whose new BBC2 documentary sees her embarking on a life-changing, 3,000-mile journey up the Mekong River.
One of the best ways to discover Southeast Asia is by boat on the wide network of rivers including the Irrawaddy and Chindwin rivers in Burma (Myanmar) and the Mekong River that passes through Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam.
To celebrate the airing of BBC2 programme “Jungle Atlantis: Angkor Wat's Hidden Megacity”, Asia specialist, Travel Indochina, is offering its clients amazing discounts on a selection of its Cambodia Small Group Journeys for bookings made before the 31st October 2014.
Backyard Travel have released news of a unique new tour that discovers the lush forests, indigenous tribes and diverse wildlife of Mondulkiri, Cambodia's most remote province.
Travel Indochina has released its 2014-16 Luxury Asia River Cruising brochure with the addition of four exceptional new river cruises sailing throughout Vietnam and Cambodia, Burma, and India.
Independent UK operator Travel The Unknown has introduced a number of new tours in Southeast Asia, including Hidden Indochina, Hidden Vietnam, Hidden Cambodia and Mystical Myanmar.
Let locally-resident scientists and scholars lead you on an exquisite and exclusive journey through Cambodia. Venture into the lesser-visited countryside on a new tour, avoid the crowds of Angkor, and follow untrodden paths with ABOUTAsia Travel.
Travel Indochina has unveiled its new Asia River Cruising brochure for 2013-2015 featuring a significantly expanded range of cruising options in Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Burma and China.
Cape Lux Travels has introduced the fully escorted A Feast For The Senses food tour to Vietnam and Cambodia with acclaimed author Kim Fay.
Bamboo Travel has introduced a luxurious short tour of Cambodia which is perfect for an autumn, winter or Christmas escape to southeast Asia.
Adventure Worldwide has a brand new, small-group trip, entitled Cycle Bangkok to Saigon providing the chance to discover Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam on two wheels in two weeks.
Bamboo Travel has cut £600 pp off its ‘Luxury Journey Down the Mekong’ trip from Cambodia to Vietnam, departing 25 October or 8 November 2012.
Experienced travellers know that the best time of year to visit south-east Asia, for both weather and prices, is in November and early December when most people are thinking about Christmas (and therefore don’t go on holiday); consequently, the travel industry lowers its prices – before they rise again for Christmas and New Year.
Award-winning river cruise line AmaWaterways marks its tenth anniversary in 2012 with the introduction of the company’s twelfth ship, the m/s AmaCerto, with new culinary escorted tours in Europe, new wine route cruises on the Rhone and four cruises featuring the Floriade World Horticultural Expo in the Netherlands.
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