• Bangkok, Thailand

    Arrive in Bangkok, Thailand’s multi-faceted capital.

  • Bangkok

    Visit the Grand Palace, a complex at the heart of Bangkok that houses more than 100 elaborate buildings, formerly used as residences for the city’s kings. Enter the Wat Phra Kaew, or Temple of the Emerald Buddha, where you can see the ornate statue itself, carved from a single block of jade. Continue to the Wat Pho, or Temple of the Reclining Buddha, before embarking on a cruise down the Chao Phraya River, where you will stop to see a traditional puppetry performance. In the evening, take in the graceful movements and brilliant colors of a traditional Thai dance showcase, accompanied by dinner.

  • Bangkok

    Take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city as you embark on a boat ride down a winding river through a lush Thai forest. Look out for stilt houses constructed from bamboo as you listen to the calls of exotic birds. Ride on a rickshaw through the beautiful countryside before returning to the city, where you can relax in your hotel or stroll through one of the area’s many exciting and colorful bazaars.

  • Chiang Rai, Thailand

    Enjoy a truly unique experience at the Four Seasons Tented Camp Golden Triangle, where luxurious, state-of-the-art tents with stunning views of the Ruak River, moutains of Laos and dense Thai jungle await. You will have the opportunity to bathe, feed and ride elephants; float down the Mekong River; take a day trip to local markets and temples; lounge by the pool or in your private hot tub; or enjoy a relaxing massage at the spa located amidst a bamboo jungle.

  • Hoi An, Vietnam

    Take a short flight to Hoi An, an ancient town located on the coast of the South China Sea. Walk along the beach, visit a local museum or stop by the area’s 400-year-old covered bridge. In the evening, a local will show you how silkworms are raised and a seasoned artisan with demonstrate how to make a silk lantern.

  • My Son, Vietnam

    Wander through My Son, an ancient Hindu sanctuary surrounded by mountains. Take in the historic monuments, stone statues and eleborate buildings at your leisure before returning to your hotel in Hoi An.

  • Hanoi, Vietnam

    Fly to Hanoi, Vietnam’s capital. Begin your journey at Ho Chi Minh’s residence, a surprisingly modest wooden stilted house. Next, visit One Pillar Pagona, a historic Buddhist temple. Continue to the Temple of Literature, Vietnam’s first national university; and the Quan Thanh Temple, one of the capital’s “Four Sacred Temples.” End your day at the Hoa Lo Prison, a notorious prisoner of war camp also known as the “Hanoi Hilton.”

  • Hanoi

    View artifacts and works from every historical period at the Vietnam National Museum of Fine Arts before embarking on a walking or cyclo (three-wheeled bicycle) tour of the Old Quarter, comprised of nearly 400 streets brimming with shops, restaurants and markets.

  • Siem Reap, Cambodia

    Fly to Siem Reap, Cambodia, home to the Ta Prohm, an ancient temple where crumbling stone walls intermingle with massive tree roots.

  • Siem Reap

    Watch the sun rise over Angkor Wat, the largest religious monument in the world, before taking in the intricate carvings of the Banteay Srei, a red sandstone temple. In the afternoon, take a boat across the serene Tonle Sap Lake, which is lined with floating fishing villages.

  • Siem Reap

    Visit Angkor Thom. This 12th century city flanked by eight-mile-high walls and surrounded by a moat contains gems too numerious to count. See its towering monuments and richly decorated shrines before stopping by Bayon, a Khamer temple composed of massive stone faces. Walk along the majestic Elephant Terrace and the moss-covered Terrance of the Leper King before returning to your hotel.

  • Depart Siem Reap

    Board a flight home at the Siem Reap International Airport.

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