Visit Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia,


17 nights in luxury hotels

Meals with a gourmet emphasis, breakfast daily,

13 lunches, 12 dinners

Special, private events

Local English speaking guides/tour manager



Exotic Indochine!

Thrust from our consciousness as a desirable destination by the Vietnam War, it has come roaring back as a target for our much-delayed travel gratification.  These ancient cultures are rich in history, their roots shrouded in mystery.  We are drawn to their beauty and diversity and of course, the lure of the unknown, the oh-so foreign, and the once forbidden.

I invite you to join my explorations of the tapestry that is Southeast Asia: temples and pagodas, markets and museums, food fit for the gods, a shopper's paradise, sophisticated cities and lyrical landscapes.  It is the stuff of dreams.

 Tour Overview

Three nights at the Oriental Hotel Bangkok in River Wing superior rooms with a welcome dinner at The Verandah.  We have two full days to explore the major sites with some time for shopping and to enjoy the Spa.

Three nights in deluxe Old Wing rooms at the Metropole Hotel in Hanoi with extensive sightseeing in town and a side trip by helicopter and private boat to Halong Bay.  

Sightseeing and lunch in Hue en route to Danang's Furama Resort where we delight in deluxe rooms for two nights.  A highlight here is a visit to the charming ancient city of Hoian. 

Two nights in Signature rooms at the Caravelle Hotel in  Ho Chi Minh City.  An intensive day of sightseeing culminates in a gala "au revoir to Vietnam" dinner at Carmargue.

Two nights in Phnom Penh at the Hotel Le Royal with visits to the national museum, the royal palace and the Russian market. 

On to Siem Reap and two nights at Grand Hotel d'Angkor in Landmark rooms.  Full day visiting the renowned temples of this World Heritage site topped off with a private dance performance at Preah Kahn and dinner. 

A one night stay in Vientiane's Settha Palace Hotel in deluxe rooms allows us to cover both the Luang Prabang market in the morning, and the Vientiane market and museum in the afternoon, along with The Carol Cassidy Textile Company.

Once we have touched on the highlights of Phnom Penh we fly to Luang Prabang for a trip on the Mekong river among other delights.  We have two nights here at the Pansea Hotel in superior rooms.

Return to Bangkok for an overnight stay at The Oriental Hotel.  Time for last minute shopping and our farewell dinner at Lord Jim's.

Post tour visits to Phuket at the Amanpuri and to Chiang Mai at The Regent have been arranged and are available upon request.

This itinerary may be reserved as a private departure with a date of your choosing.

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