Whether your ideal romantic escape is in misty mountain forests or secluded island hideaways, the region has plenty to offer.

Con Dao

This remote and laid-back island in the middle of the ocean is the perfect romantic escape away from the hustle and bustle of life on the mainland.

Da Lat

The former French hill station sits at an elevation that gives it a temperate climate, making for cool mornings and chilly nights.

Luang Prabang

This UNESCO-listed town sits at the confluence of the Nam Khan and Mekong Rivers. A laid-back feel and friendly locals make for a refreshing experience.

Song Saa

Two private islands are home to an exclusive resort off of the coast of Cambodia.


Swimming in the surf, boat trips, parasailing, fresh seafood or relaxing and soaking up the sun. These are just some of the many activities that await you when exploring some of the most popular beaches in the world.

Phu Quoc

Home to some of the most popular beaches in the country. Diving and fishing experiences are readily available.

Nha Trang

Arguably the most famous beach in Vietnam, the white sand stretches along one of the world’s most beautiful bays.


The seaside destination is quickly becoming a must-visit destination in the kingdom.

Ngapali Beach

The location on the western coast of Myanmar is the nation’s most developed beach destination.


There is a reason why the dishes and flavours from the region are popular the world over. Make the most of your time by exploring national and regional specialties, as well as learning some of the secrets of these cuisines that you can take home.


Experience one of the capital’s many wet markets to learn about the ingredients that make this cuisine unique before taking a cooking class to see how to create delicious dishes.

Tra Que Village

On the outskirts of the UNESCO-listed Hoi An, discover the herbs and other vegetables that create the unique taste of central Vietnamese cuisine.

Phnom Penh

Uncover the secrets of Khmer cusine by having hands on experience at a cooking class in Phnom Penh


Spend a few hours delving into the cuisine that has made Hue famous throughout the land. Learn how to create unique savoury cakes from Hue before trying them yourself.


Trek through the jungle to explore the world’s largest cave, or climb into the air in a hot air balloon, or dive to explore coral reefs in the warm tropical waters. Choices for adventures abound in the region.

Myanmar Trekking

Take in the pleasures and scenery of Shan State on foot. From easy shorter treks to multi-day adventures, a range of options are available for those to who love to hike.

Beng Mealea

Located 40km from the more famous Angkor Wat, this temple has been overtaken by the jungle and now only has limited access.

Plain of Jars

Explore this mysterious site in northern Laos. Although many theories abound, no one is quite sure where these giant jars came from or what their purpose was.

Phong Nha - Ke Bang

This rural and mountainous area in north-central Vietnam is home to the world’s largest cave, and new subterranean wonders continue to be discovered here.