South East Asia bursts with golden temples, untouched wilderness, delicious cuisine, fascinating cultures and beautiful beaches.
Travellers in South East Asia are spoilt for choice, which is why we have local offices on the ground; to help you navigate everything the region has to offer and find the best travel experiences for your brand.
Our team in South East Asia can create itineraries that include popular attractions such as cruising the mysterious Ha Long Bay in Vietnam, exploring Angkor Wat in Cambodia or island hopping in Thailand.
They can also create experiences that expose your travellers to the lesser-known highlights of the region; highlights that only a local could know.
Your clients could enjoy a homestay with the hill tribes of Thailand’s Golden Triangle, get a local’s perspective on the atrocities of Cambodia’s Killing Fields, see wild orang-utans deep in the jungles of Borneo or trek to a remote Sapa village in Vietnam.
In Malaysia your clients can trawl for a feast in hawker markets, visit the dazzling Petronas Towers, explore the mosques and temples of Penang and head up mountains, into jungles and down rivers in Borneo.
In Myanmar your travellers will be amazed by golden pagodas, ancient villages and peaceful landscapes. For unique local experiences we can arrange dinner with a local Dawei family, a visit to a Yangon monastery, or help travellers to barter and banter with a Bagan street merchant.
Our business structure allows us to tap into both those well-known and lesser-known experiences, while still having the security of dealing with a global company.
South East Asia is a magnificent melting pot of flavours, colours and stories for your clients to enjoy. The style of journey, and type of experience is up to you.
Your clients will travel to the undeveloped village of Kyunkalay where there is no electricity or school. In partnership with ActionAid, they’ll explore the village and meet the locals to learn about their daily life such as vegetable harvesting and flower cultivation. They’ll also join a local family for lunch.
Local puppeteer, Mr Liem, will introduce your clients to the story of his family, how he makes these incredible puppets, and why his father’s puppets now sit in the Louvre. After a tour of his four story house, filled with puppets, they’ll then enjoy a magical show of water puppetry.
Lempuyang temple is one of Bali’s oldest and most highly regarded temples. Your clients will join pilgrims and trek to its summit, enjoying incredible views out to Mount Agung on the way. Once there, they’ll be guided by a local priest who will explain the significance of the temple.
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