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Planes, Trains, Tuk Tuks; Buddhist Southeast Asia



FROM £$ 8225

Private Tour Highlights

  • Visit the Wat Pho Temple to see the famous reclining Buddha
  • Take a tuk-tuk ride through Pak Klong Taland Flower Market to the Grand Palace
  • Enjoy a delicious Thai meal while cruising the river on a Manohra Luxury Cruise
  • Eat a delicious Khantoke dinner, while watching beautiful dancers provide traditional entertainment
  • Experience superb panoramic views of the city from Wat Phrathat on Doi Suthep Mountain
  • Feast on Chiang Mai’s finest street food from several different street vendors
  • See a back-strap loom weaving demonstration and learn shiburi techniques
  • Explore the Golden Triangle, where Laos, Burma (Myanmar) and Thailand all meet
  • Visit the breathtaking Wat Rong Khun, built in 1997 out of shimmering white glass
  • See the early morning ritual of the Tak Bat, where monks silently collect food offerings
  • Stop at the weaving village of Ban Phanom that once produced silk for the royal palace
  • See the archaeological wonder of symmetry and grandeur of the Elephant Terrace
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Tour Overview

Buddhism is the majority religion in South-East Asia and has impacted both the cultural development and architectural focus of all its countries. This tour takes you to some of the most venerated sites and practices of the Buddhist faith. Angkor Wat, the temples of Chiang Mai and the daily procession of young monks collecting their daily rice in the form of alms in Luang Prabang, will all be experienced on this journey.

About 700 kilometers (455 miles) outside the bustling metropolis of Bangkok, Chiang Mai is situated on the Mae Ping River basin some 310 meters (1,017 feet) above sea level. The terrain is mainly jungles and mountains, parts of which are within national parks, which are still fertile and verdant with plentiful flora and fauna. While here, you will find yourself exploring old temples, colorful markets and mountain top temples, such as the elegant Wat Prathat Doi Suthep.

Surrounded by thickly forested mountains and situated at the confluence of the Khan and Mekong Rivers, Luang Prabang has a tranquil, old world charm rarely found in Asia today. This fascinating town was the capital of the Lane Xang (million elephants) kingdom until the mid-sixteenth century.

In and around Siem Reap, lose yourself in remote ‘jungle temples’ and experience an innovative but challenging way of life on a boat trip through a floating village on the Tonle Sap Lake. The highlight of this tour, and perhaps any tour to all of Cambodia, is the spectacular Angkor Wat, the largest religious building in the world that boasts a volume of stone equaling that of the Cheops Pyramid in Egypt.

Price Includes:
Round trip regional and domestic airfare from Bangkok to Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai to Luang Prabang, Luang Prabang to Siem Reap and Siem Reap to Bangkok, Hotel accommodation including continental or buffet breakfast, Private transfers between airports and hotels with assistance and baggage handling, Private guided tours in English including all entrance fees, Meals where specified (food only), Bottled water and cool towels provided for transfers and sightseeing, Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos government tax and service charge, Local airport taxes that are payable in the country of destination are not included. Taxes and security fees that can be paid at time of ticketing are already included in the quote

Siem Reap Optional Excursions
Boat Ride on Tonle Sap Lake
Morning transfer to Tonle Sap Lake with a private boat and guide. This lake is the largest fresh water lake in South East Asia and is the heart of the Cambodian fishing industry and the lifeblood for millions of Khmers living on and around it. You will board a comfortable boat to see the true way of life in one of the floating villages of the Tonle Sap. Here you can see how Khmers and Vietnamese live and work side by side.

Siem Reap Pagoda Tour
Religion is closely linked to Khmer life and pagodas are very important in the country. Visit Wat Inkosei built on the site of an ancient temple, the remains of which can still be seen. Next, visit a workshop where traditional shadow play puppets are made before continuing to Wat Bo pagoda to view its well-preserved paintings. You will also observe monks making the various moldings, which adorn the pagodas. Drive from Siem Reap to the district of Puok to the Silk Farm. Learn the different stages of the complex process of producing handmade silk, including the growing of the mulberry trees, silk worm breeding, and training in the ancient craft of silk dyeing and weaving.

Siem Reap School Tour
Today your guide will pick you up from your hotel and take you to a local village school. During your visit, you will have time to interact with students, teach a short English lesson and learn how the education system in Cambodia works. Due to a lack of resources and minimum government funding for schools in Cambodia, there is a shortage of teaching material and school facilities. Donations of books, study materials and sports equipment are welcomed.

Cooking Class and Visit to Local Home
Khmer cuisine is one of the major national identities that reflect the ways of life, thought and mind of the Cambodian people which are hidden in the taste of consumption of meat dishes and sweet food. Start the day enjoying tea and coffee with the Chef before heading to the Siem Reap morning market (Old Market). The Chef will guide you through the market and introduce you to the Cambodian fruits, vegetables, fish, multi-color spices and herbs that are used in traditional Khmer cooking. After picking up fresh ingredients at the market, you’ll head to the restaurant where refreshing drinks and cold towels are waiting for you. Next, head to the kitchen and begin cooking! You will create a full, three courses Khmer menu, all under professional guidance by skilled Cambodian Chefs. Finally, enjoy the fruits of your labor! Afterward, transfer to a local home to learn more about Cambodian daily life.

* Due to the low water levels at Tonle Sap Lake between March and June, an alternate excursion will be provided for Day 11.

* Additional supplements may apply between 19 December – 8 January.

* Additional supplements may apply during the weeks immediately preceding and following the Lunar (Chinese) New Year. The dates vary each year, but fall sometime between January 21st and February 20th:
2016 – Monday, February 8th
2017 – Saturday, January 28th
2018 – Friday, February 16th

* Additional supplements may apply for mandatory Christmas and New Year’s Eve dinners.
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Package Price: From £$ 8225

Prices shown above are per person. Hotel categories do not adhere strictly to international ratings; Yampu has evaluated the hotels according to destination and availability. Prices include local airfare (where applicable), hotel accommodation including daily breakfast; all transfers with baggage handling, all guided tours in English and all entrance fees.

Please note that prices are subject to change based on availability and seasonality, especially during the holiday season from December 20th through January 5th each year. Please contact a Yampu Travel Specialist for more information on best times to travel.

Trip Type:

All our trips are operated on a private basis unless specified otherwise. This is only a sample itinerary; your Yampu Tour Consultant will personalize this trip for you according to your available dates, interests and type of hotels. This is your trip and we will work on making it perfect!

Tour Itinerary


International flight to Bangkok

Overnight international flight to Bangkok.

Overnight international flight to Bangkok.


Arrival in Bangkok

Upon arrival in Bangkok and airport reception, transfer to the hotel. Depending on arrival time, spend the remainder of the day at leisure.

Upon arrival in Bangkok and airport reception, transfer to the hotel. Depending on arrival time, spend the remainder of the day at leisure.


Tour of Wat Pho & Wat Arun

After breakfast, drive to Wat Pho in time to experience the monks' morning chanting ritual. One of the oldest temples in Bangkok, Wat Pho is home to the famous 45m Reclining Buddha. It is also the original school of traditional Thai massage. From here, take a tuk-tuk ride through Pak Klong Taland Flower Market to the Grand Palace. The Grand Palace is the most important and spectacular royal palace in Thailand. The mysterious Emerald Buddha, the most revered Buddha image in Thailand, is now housed here.

Continue with a walk to the pier for a long-tailed boat ride along the "klongs" (canals) of Thonburi and stop at Wat Arun, once the grand royal temple to King Rama II. Afterwards, enjoy lunch at a local restaurant, cross the river again, and drive to Chinatown for a first-hand look at old Bangkok. Walk along the shops on Yaworat Road and have a cup of Chinese tea with the locals at a very old teashop. Proceed with a visit to the bustling Talad Kao Market, where a variety of food, fresh and dry fruits, and Chinese herbs are available.

This evening, pick up and transfer from the hotel to Manohra Pier (or Saphan Taksin Pier), to board a boat for an evening cruise. Learn more about Bangkok and the Chao Phrya River, a truly magnificent waterway and one of the great rivers in Asia. The river has been a principal factor in the development of Thai heritage, culture, and economy, and is considered the nation's life and soul.

While cruising down the Chao Phrya River, enjoy a delicious Thai dinner and watch the panorama change to reveal fantastic treasures from the country's rich past, as well as fascinating modern architectural creations. The Manohra Luxury Cruise will go past the King Rama VIII Bridge, where the boat will turn around and head back to the pier. Upon arrival, transfer to the hotel.

Note: Wat Arun Temple will be under renovation until further notice. Guests will still able to visit the temple and walk around it, but the constructions are ongoing and climbing the stupa is prohibited. Ladies should wear a short-sleeved top with pants or a knee-length skirt, and gentlemen should wear pants and a short-sleeved shirt for religious reasons. No sandals or flip-flops are allowed. less


Bangkok – Chiang Mai

Transfer

Transfer to the airport for a flight to Chiang Mai. Upon arrival and airport reception, transfer to the hotel. Take some time to settle in before enjoying a Khantoke dinner. The first Khantoke dinner was held in 1953, when local politician Kraisi Nimanhemin invited honored guests to sit with him and enjoy this special dinner. Dinner is served in small bowls("Khan") and guests are seated on cushions at a low table ("Thoke"). Northern Thai cuisine is served and during dinner, entertainment is provided by beautiful dancers who perform the Forn Leb, known as the finger dance; Forn Thien, known as the candle dance; Ramwong, referred to as the circle dance; and the Ram Dab, known as the sword dance. After finishing dinner, there will be an option to see an additional hill tribe show from various members of Yao, Lahu, Meo, Lisu, and Karen tribes. less

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Exploring Wat Suan Dok & cuisine of Chiang Mai

Start this morning with a visit to a food and flower market and then continue to Wat Suan Dok, where the ashes of former kings of Chiang Mai and the Royal Family are kept. From there, proceed with a visit to Wat Phrathat on Doi Suthep Mountain, which was founded in 1383 AD. In 1935, a road was built to the top, but today people climb the 309 steps from the car park to the top or take a tram for a small surcharge. From the top, enjoy a superb panoramic view of the city. After exploring, return to the car park for a transfer back to Chiang Mai, to take a 20-minute rickshaw ride through the quiet streets of the old town.

This evening, enjoy a street food tour. Chiang Mai is considered to be Thailand's cultural capital, as it sits near some of the country's top natural attractions and boasts incredible northern Thai cuisine at its food stalls and shop houses. There is a street very popular for food next to the 3 Kings Monument where various delicious food such as Noodle Soup, Stir Fries, Phad Thai, Khao Man Kai, Khao Soi, fresh fruit, and Thai dessert can all be sampled. After enjoying the local delicacies, transfer back to the hotel. less


Shiburi Workshop

Head to Studio Naenna for a shiburi workshop. Start with a quick introduction to traditional Thai ikat (mudmee) techniques and then receive instruction on some shiburi techniques. Guests will be given two handkerchiefs to design using the learned techniques. Coffee and tea will be available for guests to enjoy throughout duration of the workshop.

Afterwards, there will a Karen hill tribe back-strap loom weaving demonstration on the back veranda, then visit the two galleries. One houses a large variety of high quality silk and cotton garments that are for sale and other, the Patricia Cheesman Gallery, displays either exquisite interior design textiles or antiques from Patricia's private collection.

Afterwards, enjoy lunch (not included), and then visit the historic, laidback town of Lamphun, an important site for arts in Thailand. Continue to Wieng Kum Kam, an ancient city that was built by King Mengrai in the 14th century and rediscovered by archaeologists in 1984. The ancient capital was frequently flooded and eventually abandoned and forgotten. Explore the royal temple of Wat Kanthom (Wat Changkam), the shrine of King Mengrai, and Wat Hao Nong, a temple which is still home to the remains of the old-style temple entrance. Then head to Wat Pu Pia and Wat E-Kang, which were also recently discovered during archaeological excavations. Finally, visit Wat Chedee Liam, an important landmark in the architectural heritage of Chiang Mai.

Note: Ladies should wear a short-sleeved shirt with pants or a knee-length skirt and gentlemen should wear pants and a short-sleeved shirt for religious reasons. Sandals and flip flops are not allowed. less


Elephant Training Camp

This morning, drive through the Chiang Dao district and pay a visit at an elephant training camp. Enjoy an elephant ride before proceeding to Thaton. Then take a 4 hour ride on a long tailed boat to Chiang Rai. Then pass bamboo huts and jungle areas on the way, and visit a Karen hill tribe village built along the banks of the Maekok River. Upon arrival at the boat landing in the afternoon, proceed to the hotel. Lunch at a local restaurant is included.

This morning, drive through the Chiang Dao district and pay a visit at an elephant training camp. Enjoy an elephant ride before proceeding to Thaton. Then take a 4 hour ride on a long tailed boat to Chiang Rai. Then pass bamboo huts and jungle areas on the way, and visit a Karen hill tribe village built along the banks of the Maekok River. Upon arrival at the boat landing in the afternoon, proceed to the hotel. Lunch at a local restaurant is included.


Exploring the Golden Triangle

Visit the infamous Golden Triangle, renowned for centuries as the center of the opium trade. From a hilltop viewpoint, marvel at the splendor of the mighty Mekong joining with the Ruak to form the actual "Triangle" with Laos, Burma (Myanmar) and Thailand. Continue to Mae Sai, the northernmost point of Thailand and the perfect spot to observe border life and local trade. Mae Sai is one of the very few official land crossings between Thailand and Burma and is therefore an important trade hub. Many Burmese come over daily from Thakhilek to work or do business and hurry back before the sun sets. Burmese lacquer ware, gems, jade and other goods from Laos and Burma are sold in shops along the main street. Return to Chiang Rai by car.

Founded in 1262AD, Chiang Rai boasts a fascinating architectural history with a mix of Thai and Burmese styles. Begin the city tour by visiting the ancient temple of Wat Phra Kaew, original home of the Emerald Buddha which is now housed in Bangkok. Continue to Wat Phra That Doi Chom Thong to observe its large gold stupa, and then visit Wat Rong Khun, which is different from any other temple in Thailand. In contrast to the ancient temples, this temple was built in 1997 and was designed using white glass. Return to the hotel after the tour.

Note: Wat Rong Khun is under construction, so only the outside is open for viewing. Ladies should wear a short-sleeved top with pants or a knee-length skirt and gentlemen should wear pants and a short-sleeved shirt for religious reasons. Sandals and flip flops are not allowed. less


Chiang Mai – Siem Reap

Transfer to the airport for a flight to Siem Reap. Upon arrival in Siem Reap, airport reception and transfer to the hotel. Enjoy the remainder of the day at leisure.

Transfer to the airport for a flight to Siem Reap. Upon arrival in Siem Reap, airport reception and transfer to the hotel. Enjoy the remainder of the day at leisure.


Visit to the Royal Palace Museum

After breakfast, enjoy a full day city tour. First visit the Royal Palace Museum, which hosts a range of interesting artifacts. Continue on a short guided tour of the city's oldest temple of Wat Sene and the magnificent Wat Xiengthong, with its roofs sweeping low to the ground in an example of classical Laotian architecture. Then visit the impressive stupa of Wat Visoun and the shrine of Wat Aham before lunch (included).

Following lunch, visit the Arts and Ethnology Center to learn about Laos' many ethnic cultures before heading out of town to see the weaving villages of Ban Xiengkhong and Ban Xienglek. Afterwards, return to the city for a visit to Wat Mai and then climb up to the top of Mount Phousi for an enjoyable exploration of the sacred gilded stupa and a panoramic view of the city and Mekong River at sunset. The tour ends after a visit to the famous Night Market, where guests can find a lovely selection of handmade textiles made by local and hilltribe people surrounding Luang Prabang. less


Exploring Luang Prabang

Start the day early with one of the most memorable sights of Luang Prabang; Tak Bat. At dawn hundreds of saffron robed monks move silently through the streets to collect alms (offerings of food). The guide will explain the background behind this ritual which is still very much a part of everyday life in Laos and there will be a chance to make 'merit'. It's early but well worth the wake-up call!

After breakfast head off with a guide to visit Wat Xieng Thong - often said to be Luang Prabang's most beautiful temple. Then head to the river to begin a relaxing riverboat trip with a guide on the mighty Mekong to visit Pak Ou Buddha Caves. En route it is possible to stop at Ban Xanghai, where local people produce Lao rice wine. Pak Ou caves have been home to many thousands of Buddha images that have been placed here by local people since the 16th century, when King Setthathirat found the caves and declared them a holy spot. Today many people still pay respect to this tradition.

After exploring the caves and enjoying lunch at a local restaurant, return to the boat and journey back to Luang Prabang. Upon arrival, transfer to a private vehicle and drive to the nearby village of Ban Phanom, a weaving village populated by Lu minority people that originally came from Sipsongpanna in Southern China. This village was once famed for producing silks for the Royal Palace, and Lao textiles are still woven here in the traditional manner on ancient wooden looms. The remainder of the afternoon and evening is at leisure. less


Luang Prabang – Siem Reap

Transfer to the airport for a connecting flight to Siem Reap. Reception at airport and transfer to the hotel. Enjoy the remainder of the day at leisure.

Transfer to the airport for a connecting flight to Siem Reap. Reception at airport and transfer to the hotel. Enjoy the remainder of the day at leisure.


Exploring Angkor Thom & Angkor Wat

Rise early to make the most of this exciting day. The guide will take guests to visit the monumental magnificence of Angkor Thom – the last capital of the great Khmer Empire. Visit the sprawling Elephant Terrace, the Terrace of the Leper King and the enchanting Bayon. This 12th century masterpiece lies at the very center of Angkor Thom City and is an archaeological wonder of symmetry and grandeur. The exterior gallery walls have extensive bas-reliefs, but the main features are the towers, each with 3 or 4 gently smiling faces, over 200 in total. Continue to visit Preah Khan. This extensive monastic complex, which covers over 130 acres, was built by the Khmer King Jayavarman VII as a monastery and teaching complex. Afterwards, enjoy lunch at a nice local restaurant.

Then transfer by Tuk Tuk to Angkor Wat with a private guide. It is unlike all the other Khmer temples in that it faces west, and is inspired by 12th Century Hinduism. Its symmetrical towers are stylized on the modern Cambodian flag. Intricate bas-reliefs surround Angkor Wat on four sides, each telling a story, but the most celebrated of these is the Churning of the Sea Milk, located on the east wing. The guide will explain the fascinating mystical tale behind it. At the end of the day, enjoy an hour long Kher massage. less


Visit to Banteay Srei, Banteay Samre, Ta Prohm & Tonle Sap

In the morning, visit Banteay Srei (The Women's Citadel) a tiny, enchanting temple which is one of the jewels in this remarkable city. Built of red sandstone in the 10th century and dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva, this is the most Indian of all the temples in Angkor and in the words of H.W. Ponder, "a fairy palace in the heart of an immense and mysterious forest."

Continue to Banteay Samre, another Hindu temple, before visiting Ta Prohm, a temple that has been left largely in its natural state since its re-discovery by the French. Surrounded by jungle, it remains a labyrinth of stone hallways that have become overgrown with roots and limbs of massive banyan trees, which envelope the stone like tentacles. Continue to Pre Rup Temple. Built in 961, the boldness of the architectural design is superb and gives the temple fine balance, scale and proportion. The temple is close in style to the East Mabon, although it was built several years later. Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant.

Afterward transfer to the famous Tonle Sap, the largest fresh water lake in Southeast Asia, for a cruise to a nearby floating village. For most of the year the lake is fairly small, approximately only one meter deep with an area of 2,700 square km. However, during the monsoon season, the water is pushed up from the Mekong River into the lake, resulting in an increased area of 16,000 square km and a depth of up to nine meters, ultimately flooding nearby fields and forests. The floodplain provides a perfect breeding ground for fish. The livelihood of most of the local community depends largely on fishing and Tonle Sap accounts for 75 percent of Cambodia's annual inland fish catch.

Note: Depending on the time of year, the Tonle Sap boat ride might be unavailable. In that choose from the Institute for Khmer Traditional Textiles Tour, Siem Reap School Tour, or Cooking Class and Visit to Local Home. Please contact a travel consultant for more information. less


International Flight Home via Bangkok

Transfer to the airport for a flight to Bangkok and connect with the flight home or continue with an optional Yampu Tours add-on.

Transfer to the airport for a flight to Bangkok and connect with the flight home or continue with an optional Yampu Tours add-on.

Bangkok Thailand

Chiang Mai Thailand

Chiang Rai Thailand

Luang Prabang, Laos

Siem Reap, Cambodia

Places You'll See

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    Dubbed the “World’s Best City” by Travel + Leisure, Bangkok is home to a plethora of attractions, and activities. Enjoy a variety of shopping and dining experiences, or the city’s bustling night life. Or immerse yourself in the city’s rich culture by visiting the Grand Palace, any of the several Buddhist temples, or the Bangkok National Museum.

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    Chiang Mai

    Chiang Mai, meaning “New City”, is overflowing with sites to see and activities to partake in. Visit the Chiang Mai Zoo, the oldest Zoo in Northern Thailand, or spend time shopping and haggling in the city’s night bazaar. For those feeling more ambitious, climb the 300 plus stairs up the slopes of Doi Suthep, to Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep Buddhist temple. There is also a cable car offered.

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    Chiang Rai

    Established during the reign of King Mangrai, Chiang Rai is a beautifully historic city in northern Thailand. Visit the many temples, churches and museums, such as the Baan dam Museum, or the Presbyterian Chiang Rai First Church. Take a hike in Lion Hill, a natural cavern and site of a Buddha Cave. Or watch local performers, and buy merchandise at the night bazaar.

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    Luang Prabang

    Luang Prabang is a city filled with history and culture that will fit anyone’s interests. Rise early and witness the Alms Ceremony, where local Monks line the streets accepting alms, or respects and charities, from locals as well as sincere tourists. Visit the local elephant sanctuary, mountain bike through the area, and take in the history of the city through the many art and cultural centers nearby.

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    Siem Reap

    Showcasing colonial Chinese-style architecture, Siem Reap is a cultural and historical gold mine. There are several Buddhist temples scattered throughout the city, including the Wat Preah Prom Rath showcasing its 500-year history. Take a ceramic class at the Angkor Pottery Center, or catch a traditional performance at the Aspara Theater.

Hotel Options

3 Star Properties

Bangkok : Adelphi Suites

Bangkok : Chatrium Residence Sathon Bangkok

Bangkok : Shanghai Mansion Bangkok

Bangkok : U Sathorn Bangkok

Chiang Mai : Dusit Princess Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai : Imperial Chiang Mai Resort & Sports Club

Chiang Mai : Maekok River Village Resort

Chiang Mai : The Rim Resort

Chiang Rai : Wangcome Hotel

Chiang Rai : Imperial Golden Triangle

Chiang Rai : Chiangkhong Teak Garden Hotel

Luang Prabang : Le Bel Air Boutique Resort

Luang Prabang : Sala Prabang

Luang Prabang : Santi Resort & Spa

Siem Reap : Hotel Somadevi Angkor Resort & Spa

Siem Reap : La Maison d’Angkor

Siem Reap : Tara Angkor

4 Star Properties

Bangkok : Anantara Bangkok Riverside Resort & Spa

Bangkok : Ariyasomvilla

Bangkok : Hotel Muse Bangkok Langsuan

Bangkok : Pullman Bangkok Hotel G

Chiang Mai : Ratilanna Riverside Spa Resort

Chiang Mai : Panviman Hotel

Chiang Mai : Tamarind Village Hotel

Chiang Mai : U Chiang Mai Hotel

Chiang Rai : Katiliya Mountain Resort & Spa

Chiang Rai : The Legend Chiang Rai

Chiang Rai : Le Patta Chiang Rai

Chiang Rai : The Imperial River House Resort

Luang Prabang : 3 Nagas Boutique Hotel

Luang Prabang : Le Palais Juliana

Luang Prabang : Villa Santi Hotel

Siem Reap : Angkor Palace Resort & Spa

Siem Reap : Sokha Angkor Resort

Siem Reap : Victoria Angkor Resort & Spa

5 Star Properties

Bangkok : The Okura Prestige

Bangkok : Shangri-La Hotel

Bangkok : Siam Kempinski Hotel Bangkok

Bangkok : Sofitel So Bangkok

Chiang Mai : Anantara Chiang Mai Resort & Spa

Chiang Mai : Ping Nakara Boutique Hotel & Spa

Chiang Mai : Puripunn Baby Grand Boutique Hotel

Chiang Rai : Le Meridien Chiang Rai Resort (Grand deluxe)

Luang Prabang : Kiridara

Luang Prabang : Maison Souvannaphoum Hotel

Luang Prabang : Victoria Xiengthong Palace

Luang Prabang : Villa Maly

Siem Reap : Heritage Suites Hotel

Siem Reap : Le Meridien Angkor

Siem Reap : Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra Golf & Spa Resort

Luxury Properties

Bangkok : Mandarin Oriental

Bangkok : The Peninsula Bangkok Hotel

Bangkok : The Siam Hotel

Chiang Mai : 137 Pillars House

Chiang Mai : Four Seasons Resort (Garden Pavilion)

Chiang Mai : The Dhara Dhevi Chiang Mai

Chiang Rai : Le Meridien Chiang Rai Resort (Grand Suite)

Luang Prabang : Belmond La Residence Phou Vao

Luang Prabang : Hotel De La Paix

Siem Reap : Raffles Grand Hotel D’Angkor

Siem Reap : Park Hyatt Siem Reap

Siem Reap : Belmond La Residence D’Angkor


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Traveled July, 2013

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Traveled February, 2013

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