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Southeast Asia

November 13- December 17, 2020

Classic Tour

Experience it all on this once in a lifetimes journey through South East Asia. Your journey starts in Thailand, known for it's tropical beaches, world famous cuisine, opulent royal palaces, ancient ruins and ornate temples. Then continue to Vietnam, a land of staggering natural beauty and cultural complexities, of dynamic megacities and hill-tribe villages. Finally complete your journey in Cambodia, home of the amazing architectural achievement of Angkor Wat. Along the way you will enjoy the sights, sounds and tastes of this iconic destination.

 

Signature Moments

  • Dine on an authentic Rice Barge
  • Step back in time as you explore ancient temples
  • Cruise along Halong Bay in a traditional junk boat
  • Learn how to make a traditional lantern in the lantern capital of Vietnam
  • Float through the Mekong Delta
  • Discover the magnificence of Angkor Wat
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Inclusions & Highlights
  • 32 Nights deluxe accommodations
  • 1 Night traditional Junk boat
  • Internal flights
  • Airport transfer
  • Breakfast daily, 6 lunches, 6 dinners
  • Private minivan transportation throughout
  • Bridge over River Kwai Train Ride
  • Erawan Waterfall visit
  • Visit Allied War Cemetery
  • Visit Thai-Burmese Railway Museum
  • Visit JEATH War Museum
  • Rice barge dinner cruise
  • Explore ruins of Ayutthaya
  • Culinary school Thai cooking class
  • Meet with Monks at Wat Chedi Luang
  • Doi Suthep Temple Visit
  • Traditional home dinner
  • Klong riverboat tour
  • Wat Po Visit
  • Eco-lodge stay
  • Rainforest walk and campfire dinner
  • Krabi Village excursion
  • Breakfast at Hoa Sua, Hanoi
  • Traditional Lantern Experience, Hoi An
  • Oodles of Noodles Local Market Excursion, Hoi An
  • Oodles of Noodles demonstration and lunch
  • Visit Hoa Lo Prison and Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum
  • Cyclo tour of Hanoi's Old Quarter
  • Overnight on Junk Boat on Halong Bay
  • Guided tour of Emperor's Tomb and Imperial Citadel Hue
  • Walking tour of Hoi An Old Town
  • Guided tour of the Cu Chi Tunnels
  • Mekong Delta day trip
  • Cyclo tour (Phnom Penh)
  • Tuol Sleng prison and Choeung Ek (Killing Fields) entrance and guide
  • Two-day Angkor Wat complex entry and guide, including sunrise tour
  • Phare Circus
  • Siem Reap Quad Biking
  • English speaking guide
  • Women's Travel Club leader
Itinerary
Southeast Asia Grand Journey
Day 1 - Arrive Bangkok

Welcome to Thailand!
Upon arrival at the airport today you will be met by a local guide and transfer to your hotel. Check-in to our centrally located hotel anytime after 2 pm. If you arrive earlier the hotel will store your luggage while you explore or get some lunch. The day is yours at leisure but we will have a welcome meeting in the evening.
Accommodations - Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit

 

Day 2 - Kanchanaburi

This morning our journey starts as we travel to Kanchanaburi, home to the "Bridge on the River Kwai."Take in a piece of World War II history on this visit. You've seen or at least heard of the famous movie, "Bridge on the River Kwai", tour the real thing and take a train ride over the bridge. It's massive, majestic, and imposing, and offers fabulous views of the river below. Visit the Allied War Cemetery and the Thai-Burmese Railway Museum to learn about the Death Railway's dark history. More than 6,000 prisoners are buried at the cemetery. Check into our beautiful riverside resort for the evening. Tonight is at your leisure to enjoy this beautiful hotel on the banks of the Kwai river.
Accommodations - Royal River Kwai Resort

 

Day 3 - Ayutthaya

This morning we visit one of the world’s most beautiful waterfalls. Its seven tiers offer a unique experience at every climb, reaching up to 1,500m (4921 ft). Swim in the turquoise pools, snap photos from the top tier, and opt to hike in the jungle to spot monkeys. Dinner this evening will be a special treat as we cruise down the river aboard a converted 1930s rice barge. Enjoy a delicious Thai meal while taking in the incredible views of the city.
Accommodations - Kameo Classic Ayutthaya Hotel

 

Day 4 - Chiang Mai

This morning we will explore the ruins of Ayutthaya, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Ayuthaya served as Thailand’s capital from the 14th to 18th centuries, when it ranked as one of the most magnificent cities in the world. Late in the 17th century its population reached one million, and foreign visitors wrote awestruck accounts of its size and splendour. The ruins of the old city now form the Ayutthaya Historical Park, an archaeological site that contains palaces, Buddhist temples, monasteries and statues. The park is on an island between 3 rivers. After lunch we will return to Bangkok for our flight to Chiang Mai. Chiang Mai is a city in mountainous northern Thailand. Founded in 1296, it was capital of the independent Lanna Kingdom until 1558. Its Old City area still retains vestiges of walls and moats from its history as a cultural and religious center. It’s also home to hundreds of elaborate Buddhist temples. Travel to the nearby countryside and enjoy a khantok-style dinner — a must-do when you reach northern Thailand. Khantok in the Northern dialect means wooden tray, used for carrying dishes, round in shape and made of teak wood. The host will invite guests to sit on the floor around the khantok. After dinner, enjoy tea time with the opportunity to talk with local people to learn their way of living.
Accommodations - Duangtawan Hotel Chiang Mai

 

Day 5 - Chiang Mai

After enjoying amazing Thai cuisine for days it is our turn. Following a visit to the local markets with a chef we will enjoy a Thai cooking class at a private culinary school, then have the dish for lunch. After lunch we will visit the 14th-century Wat Chedi Luang Buddhist temple in the heart of Chiang Mai’s old city. Sit down with young monks to discuss daily life and Buddhism, and leave feeling spiritually refreshed. Monk Chats are informal discussions at a round table with a prepschool age Monk, usually accompanied by their teacher. Monk Chats are a great cultural exchange, but is also important in helping the young Monks improve their English. Next we will visit Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, a golden Buddhist temple outside of Chiang Mai on the Mt Doi Suthep. Climb 300 steps to reach the temple and be rewarded with an unforgettable view. Admire the many Buddhist relics at this sacred temple and visit the white elephant shrine. Legend has it that the location of the temple was chosen after a white elephant carried a relic to the mountain and trumpeted three times before dying on the spot. Also, with a little luck, you may witness the chanting of the monks.
Accommodations - Duangtawan Hotel Chiang Mai

 

Day 6 - Chiang Mai

Enjoy the day at your leisure. Relax at the hotel, visit the local market or do a cycling tour of the city.
Accommodations - Duangtawan Hotel Chiang Mai

 

Day 7 - Bangkok

This morning we fly back to bustling Bangkok. Once back in Bangkok we head out on a Klong riverboat ride through Bangkok's canals. Travel by longtail boat on the busy Chao Phraya River. Go through the smaller klongs (canals) to see skyscrapers, temples, and shops in the distance, and the densely populated waterfront settlements up close. Then on to visit Wat Po Temple. This temple is known for its reclining Buddha, its feet covered with mother-of-pearl engravings of Buddhist symbols. Explore the large grounds and other compounds to see other Buddha figures, murals and the chedis that contain the ashes of Buddha. This is also the birthplace of traditional Thai massage.
Accommodations - Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit

 

Day 8 - Bangkok

Enjoy a free day in Bangkok There's plenty to see and do in Bangkok, and we wanted to make sure that you had some time to take it all in. Feel free to relax or try optional activities like visiting the Grand Palace, hopping on a cycle tour of the city, and visiting the National Museum.
Accommodations - Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit

 

Day 9 - Ko Samui

Today we board a flight to the tropical island of Koh Samui. Lying off of Thailand’s east coast in the Gulf of Thailand, Koh Samui offers everything you could possibly want in a seaside retreat: white sandy beaches, coconut palms, fresh seafood, and warm, clear waters.
Accommodations - Mercure Samui Chaweng Tana Hotel

 

Day 10 - Ko Samui

Today we will enjoy an excursion by private longtail boat to the secluded beaches of Koh Madsum and Koh Tan. Relax in paradise, enjoying the white sand beaches, turquoise waters and feast on a traditional Thai lunch. Get as active as you please with included sea kayaking and snorkelling off shore.
Accommodations - Mercure Samui Chaweng Tana Hotel

 

Day 11 - Khao Sok

Our journey now takes us to Khao Sok, Khao Sok is a stunning location with one of the oldest evergreen rainforests in the world, surrounded by limestone karst cliffs. We will be staying in an eco-lodge located just outside Khao Sok National Park. Surrounded by lush rainforest, the lodge focuses on environmental sustainability and working with the local community.
Discover how delicious southern Thai dishes go from plot to plate at this community farm and restaurant experience. Take a walk through Kao Thep Pitak's organic farm and fruit orchard to see how those same items are made into a tasty meal by local village residents. You'll also have the opportunity to visit the rubber plantation and learn how the village has made this farm into a self-sufficient economy benefitting over 140 families.
Later this afternoon we will explore the incredibly lush rainforest of Klong Phanom National Park alongside one of the locals who call this region home. This expert tracker is a conservationist and eco tourism guide who is now dedicating his life to the protection of the rainforest. He’ll also discuss traditional jungle medicines and their role in the lives of the area’s people. Afterward, sit down with our host at a campfire dinner of rainforest specialties.
Accommodations - Anurak Community Lodge

 

Day 12 - Khao Sok

Today is a free day for you to enjoy in our jungle paradise. You may opt to relax or take part in one of the many optional activities available to you.
Accommodations - Anurak Community Lodge

 

Day 13 - Krabi

This morning drive to Krabi. On arrival, cross the river by private longtail boat past mangroves forests, visiting the Khao Khanab Nam caves to view the prehistoric paintings and limestone formations. Later, on Koh Klang, jump in tricycle tuk-tuks to explore local communities and rural industries, including a rubber plantation to see tree tapping, rice fields and a batik workshop. Learn about the culture and daily life of rural southern Thailand villagers.
Accommodations - Deevana Plaza Krabi Aonang

 

Day 14 - Krabi

Enjoy your last full day in paradise. Today is at your leisure, feel free to relax, explore or get in your last minute shopping.
Accommodations - Deevana Plaza Krabi Aonang

 

Day 15 - Bangkok - Depart

Time to say good-bye to beautiful Thailand and continue our journey to Vietnam

Welcome to Vietnam! Upon arrival at the airport today you will be met by a local guide and transfer to your hotel.
Feel free to explore before your welcome meeting this evening. We may have new ladies joining our group.
Accommodations - Golden Silk Boutique Hotel

 

Day 16- Mai Chau

We will travel to the lush Mai Chau Valley where we will stop to enjoy a countryside walk through rice paddies and local villages. Enjoy an easy walk through rice rice paddies, terraces and scenic green hills. Visit Na Phon village and a local traditional brickworks, continuing to Lac Village (White Tai ethnic group) or Mai Chau market for some exotic fruit tasting. Enjoy a stunning natural landscapes while earning about the local ethnic tribes of the Mai Chau valley.
Continue to the lush Mai Chau Valley where we stay in a rural lodge, the perfect base for exploration, hiking and learning about Vietnam's ethnic hill tribes.
Accommodations - Mai Chau Hideaway Lake Resort

 

Day 17 - Mai Chau

Enjoy free time to explore the valley. Options include cycling in the countryside, a cooking class, and kayaking.
Accommodations - Mai Chau Hideaway Lake Resort

 

Day 18 - Hanoi

Today we return to Hanoi to explore Hoa Lo Prison (Hanoi Hilton), visit Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, and go on a cyclo tour of the Old Quarter.
We will tour the museum of Hoa Lo Prison, referred to as Hanoi Hilton by American prisoners, to learn more about the Vietnam War. Most exhibits relate to the prison’s use up to the mid-1950s, focusing on the Vietnamese struggle for independence from France. A gruesome relic is the ominous French guillotine, used to behead Vietnamese revolutionaries. There are also displays focusing on the American pilots who were incarcerated at Hoa Lo during the American War. After the Prison we will vist the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum. Take a guided tour of the mausoleum where Ho Chi Minh’s embalmed body is housed in a glass case. Visit the museum and learn about Ho Chi Minh’s life and political history.
Take a seat on a cyclo for a tour of Hanoi’s lively Old Quarter. Let the driver navigate through the bustling streets and start taking some photos or just use the tour to help get familiar with the area.
Accommodations - Golden Silk Boutique Hotel

 

Day 19 - Ha Long

Start your day off right with breakfast at Hoa Sua, a non-profit training restaurant for underprivileged Hanoi youth where you can enjoy a hearty meal while helping others. Afterwards, we will transfer to Halong Bay and spend the night on a traditional junk boat surrounded by turquoise waters, where thousands of sculpted limestone islands rise from the calm waters. Relax and enjoy as we cruise through Bai Tu Long Bay, a more secluded section of this stunning UNESCO World Heritage Site and continue to cruise around the bay and explore the Me Cung cave with our local guide.
This traditional junk boat is our home for the evening. The traditional wooden sailing boat offers a unique way of navigating the lime karsts of Halong Bay with all the comforts of a motorized, floating hotel. The boat crew will prepare an included seafood lunch and dinner to feast on.
All cabins are twin share and have an en-suite bathroom. The boat features an enclosed dining and sitting area and of course plenty of outside deck space to enjoy your beautiful surroundings.
Accommodations - Halong Boat

 

Day 20 - Hue

Have an early lunch on board before returning to land and heading back to Hanoi to catch our short flight to Hue.
Accommodations - Moonlight Hotel Hue

 

Day 21 - Hue

Visit the ancient walled Citadel containing the former Imperial Palace. Take a trip into the surrounding countryside to see the final resting place of former emperors, visiting one of the most impressive royal tombs. Opt to explore Hue like the locals on a motorbike taxi, visiting local shops and a convent for lunch.
Hue is the gateway to the treasures of Vietnam's royal past and remains one of Vietnam's major tourist attractions. This quiet city is widely known for the magnificent architecture of its citadel, royal tombs, pagodas, and temples built under the Nguyen dynasty on the lush banks of the Perfume River.
Accommodations - Moonlight Hotel Hue

 

Day 22 - Hoi An

Enjoy a scenic drive to Hoi An, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and take a walking tour of the ancient town. Also visit the Lifestart Foundation and learn how to make a traditional lantern from one of the beneficiaries of this program. Supported by Planeterra, this project helps local Vietnamese with chronic disabilities gain sustainable employment.
As we depart Hue sit back and enjoy the scenic journey to Hoi An, via the Hai Van Pass, an incredibly scenic and mountainous stretch of highway with spectacular views of Lang Co Beach. Hoi An itself is a charming small town 30km (19 mi) south of Danang.
Accommodations - Thanh Binh Riverside Hotel

 

Day 23 - Hoi An

Take a walking tour of a Hoi An local market led by youths who have come to Oodles of Noodles to be trained in the culinary arts. This excursion will empower the kitchen youth to lead insider noodle tours in Hoi An. There are currently over 26 types of noodles in this city alone and we will go to the market with two students and their trainer, learn about the ingredients at the market, and do a tasting of the different noodles while supporting local small women enterprises. We then pick the ingredients and return with our youth guides to the training kitchen where you will learn to cook and prepare noodles. After we enjoy our noodles for lunch and watch a video an learn about the organization.
Accommodations - Thanh Binh Riverside Hotel

 

Day 24 - Hoi An

Today is a free day to take part in optional activities and enjoy the city. You may choose to explore My Son Temples or spend your day at the beach.
If you choose My Son Temples you will travel approximately one hour from Hoi An to arrive at My Son. Tour these Hindu temples built between the fourth and 14th centuries; the site is widely accepted as one of the most important Hindu temple complexes in Southeast Asia. Learn about the architectural style and history of a site that’s often compared to Angkor Wat in Cambodia and Bagan in Burma.
Or you may choose to visit Cua Dai Beach and relax with a beach day.
Accommodations - Thanh Binh Riverside Hotel

 

Day 25 - Ho Chi Minh City

After breakfast we will depart to the airport for our short flight to Ho Chi Minh City. You will have the rest of the day to relax or explore the city.
Accommodations - Hotel Continental Saigon

 

Day 26 - Ho Chi Minh City

Take a guided tour of the Cu Chi Tunnels, a complex network of tunnels that the Viet Cong lived in to protect themselves from opposing forces during the Vietnam War. Try crawling through some of the tunnels (if you’re not claustrophobic). These tunnels stored ammunition, had underground hospitals, and served as a hidden base for attacking allied forces.
Accommodations - Hotel Continental Saigon

 

Day 27 - Ho Chi Minh City

Time to say good-bye to some fabulous friends you have made along the way, we may have new ladies joining us tonight.
Accommodations - Hotel Continental Saigon

 

Day 28 - Ho Chi Minh City

Today we will enjoy a boat cruise through the villages, islands, and markets of the Mekong Delta. Travel to where the mighty Mekong empties into the South China Sea. Board a small boat and navigate through narrow canals, witnessing local living along the way. Stop to see cottage industries and their products for which the area is famous: delicious, chewy coconut candy and rice cakes.
Accommodations - Hotel Continental Saigon

 

Day 29 - Phnom Penh

Today we travel across the border crossing from Vietnam to Cambodia and continue on to the capital, Phnom Penh. Then enjoy a cyclo ride through the city for a street-level perspective. Settle in a traditional cyclo and depart from Wat Phnom. Tour busy streets to soak up the real vibe of the city. Pass the post office and Van's restaurant, both stunning colonial buildings, and make your way to the Royal Palace and National Museum. Go along the riverside road and take in the atmospheric cafes that line the street.
Accommodations - G Mekong Hotel

 

Day 30 - Phnom Penh

Explore the dark side of Cambodian history at Choeng Ek Memorial, the site of the infamous killing fields that were the execution grounds for Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge during their reign from 1975-1979. We also visit Tuol Sleng prison, the notorious Khmer Rouge prison where thousands of Cambodians perished. This is a haunting look into history which serves to remind everyone that genocide must not be ignored, or those lost, forgotten.
Enjoy a free afternoon to sightsee. Opt to explore the city's many sights: the Royal Palace, the Silver Pagoda, and the National Museum. With time, choose to visit the Russian Market, Wat Phnom or sip a drink at a riverside café.
Accommodations - G Mekong Hotel

 

Day 31 - Siem Reap

Today we take a short flight from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap.
This evening enjoy a stellar performance by Phare, a unique and socially conscious circus that injects Cambodian culture and history into its inspiring shows. See acrobatics, contortion, and aerial arts melded with theatre, modern dance, and more. Take in stories of war, relationships, and discrimination, inspired by the real-life experiences of Phare’s creators and performers.
Accommodations - Royal Angkor Resort

 

Day 32 - Siem Reap

The next two days we will spend exploring Angkor, the former capital of the Khmer kingdom and one of the wonders of the archaeological world. See some of the highlights of this ancient capital, like sunrise at the magnificent temple of Angkor Wat, the enigmatic Bayon within the walled city of Angkor Thom, and Ta Prohm, also known as the 'Tomb Raider' temple.
This evening enjoy a traditional meal at the New Hope project or in a local home in a nearby village. With so many travellers coming through this area, alternating experiences helps to allow multiple small businesses to flourish. Both experiences are truly unique and memorable.
The New Hope Vocational Training Restaurant, an initiative kickstarted by G Adventures, provides skill-building opportunities to marginalized community members. The project also funds the adjacent free community school and health centre. Meals at Phila's house support the education of underprivileged children in the area. Visit either project – both run by locals – and see how they have supported positive change in the community.
Accommodations - Royal Angkor Resort

 

Day 33 - Siem Reap

Spend another day in Siem Reap, exploring more temples of Angkor or going further afield.
This evening, after a safety briefing and test drive, hop on a nifty quad bike and follow your guide through the scenic countryside surrounding Siem Reap. Pass rice fields, buffalo, temples, and small villages bathed in dusk light as you ride, and be sure to wave hello to friendly locals. Cap off your ride with a stop at a viewpoint to enjoy a memorable Cambodian sunset.
Accommodations - Royal Angkor Resort

 

Day 34 - Bangkok

Today we fly to the bustling metropolis of Bangkok. Once in Bangkok enjoy the rest of your day at leisure.
Accommodations - Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit

 

Day 35 - Depart

We are back where it all started. Time to say good-bye to Southeast Asia and fabulous friends you have made along the way.

 

**Prices are subject to change and availability. Space is limited and activities and specific hotels are subject to change. Travel insurance is strongly recommended.

 

Important Details & Pricing
Rates

Double Occupancy - $8339 CAD per person (sharing a room)

Single Occupancy - $11,416 CAD per person (your own room)

 

If you would like the double occupancy rate but don't have a roommate we will match you with a suitable roommate. The single occupancy rate will give you your own room. Single occupancy very limited.

Deposit of $1050 per person due at time of booking.

Final Payment due - September 1, 2020

*All payments are non-refundable Please see full terms and conditions.

 

Extend Your Stay

Pre-Night Hotel
Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit
Rate:
Double Occupancy - $60 CAD per person (sharing a room)
Single Occupancy - $120 CAD per person (your own room)

Post-Night Hotel
Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit
Rate:
Double Occupancy - $60 CAD per person (sharing a room)
Single Occupancy - $120 CAD per person (your own room)

(Prices and hotel are subject to change.)
Activity Level

Moderate Activity
This is a fairly relaxed tour. Some walking while visiting areas and a few shorter walking tours.

 

Group Size

Minimum - 8 ladies
Maximum - 16 ladies

 

Exclusions
  • International Airfare (can be arranged by WTC)
  • Visa/passport handling fees
  • Meals not listed in itinerary
  • Alcoholic Beverages
  • Gratuity
  • Optional Activities
  • Expenses of a Personal Nature
  • Early check-in and late check-out of hotel

 

Tour Leader

Kirsten Ness
Kirsten is a veterinarian and owns a small animal practice. When she isn't busy looking after adored family pets she loves to explore the world. Kirsten is a fun and very knowledgeable tour leader.

 

Flight Information

We will notify you once this tour is a guaranteed departure. Please do not book your flights until you have been notified.

Once your flights are booked please forward a copy of your itinerary to info@womens-travel-club.com.
A Women's Travel Club agent is available to help you book your flights. Please do not book any flights until tour is confirmed. Follow this link to a form to request flight options and quotes. A Women's Travel Club agent will send you back the recommended flight option that best suits you. We are pleased to offer a flight booking service for your tour. As quoting of flights can be a time-consuming endeavor, a service fee of $113 ($100 plus HST) will apply.

Arrive to Bangkok
Depart from Bangkok - must be scheduled after 3 PM

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Travel Insurance:

Out of country medical insurance is required. We strongly recommend that you obtain cancellation and interruption insurance to protect your investment.
Use this link to request an insurance quote.
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Accommodations
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Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit

Hyatt Place Bangkok Sukhumvit is located right in the heart of Bangkok in Sukhumvit area. You will appreciate the great location which will give ease to explore this incredible city, and be right at home in the modern roomy rooms.

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Royal River Kwai Resort

Ideally located on the banks of the Enchanting River Kwai, it is one of the well -known addresses in the province, offering unique experience and relaxation of the mind, body and soul. Our garden designed in a natural tropical style filled with lush decorative tropical plants in harmony with the environment. Indulge in pampering yourself at The Rantee Spa located within the sprawling gardens and beside the river. Providing free Wi-Fi and daily breakfast at the Royal Restaurant, it features an all year- round sizeable outdoor pool surrounded by tall majestic palms and a pool bar.

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Kameo Classic Ayutthaya Hotel

Nestled in the heart of Han Tra, Classic Kameo Hotel&Serviced Apartments, Ayutthaya is an ideal spot from which to discover Ayutthaya. The city center is merely five kilometers away

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Duangtawan Hotel Chiang Mai

Duangtawan Hotel is located in the centre of Night Bazaar, one of a famous shopping area in downtown Chiang Mai. Surrounded by a night market where is an ideal district for shopping, sightseeing and commercial business

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Mercure Samui Chaweng Tana Hotel

Mercure Samui Chaweng Tana, has 85 modern Thai Design rooms equipped with modern facilities, enhanced with a beautiful landscaped garden, outdoor swimming pool offers you comfort and relaxation. Located at the vibrant and exciting "Chaweng" with many entertainment spots and shopping streets

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Anurak Community Lodge

Set amidst lush tropical gardens, Anurak Community Lodge is a peaceful, eco-friendly retreat with 18 bungalow-style rooms, surrounded by the wonderfully rich natural habitats of Khao Sok and Khlong Phanom national parks.

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Deevana Plaza Krabi Aonang

Deevana Plaza Krabi Aonang. Deevana Plaza Krabi Aonang offers chic accommodation in contemporary low-rise buildings located a short distance to Aonang Beach and Noppharat Thara Beach. With 213 stylish rooms and suites, each with a private balcony.

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Golden Silk Boutique Hotel

Rising over the heart of Hanoi's central old quarter and famous Silk Road, with a 3-minute walk to HoanKiem Lake, Water Puppet Theatre, St Josephs Cathedral, Night Market, Hanoi Post Office, Trang Tien Plaza shopping center etc. The luxury and impressive designed Golden Silk Boutique Hotel features stunning views and gracious style – a remarkable luxury experience, even by Western standards with graceful Asian style. Especially, the front view rooms of the hotel with balconies, captivating vistas of Hanoi’s old quarter.

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Mai Chau Hideaway Lake Resort

With exposed wood beams, the simple rooms have free Wi-Fi, en suite wet rooms, and tea and coffeemakers, plus decks or balconies, and lake or pool views.

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Moonlight Hotel Hue

A new luxury brand hotel in Hue City, was opened from 15 April 2013. Within walking distance to Huong River and in the heart of Hue Downtown, the location of The Moonlight Hotel Hue could not be more central or ideal for those wanting experience the popular attractions of Hue.

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Thanh Binh Riverside Hotel

Set along the banks of the Thu Bồn River, this upscale hotel is 6 km from Cửa Đại Beach

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Hotel Continental Saigon

The Hotel Continental Saigon is conveniently located in the central area of Ho Chi Minh City, near a variety of conveniences for traveler and businessman alike, within walking distance of most major attractions, festivals and events.

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G Mekong Hotel

The G Mekong Hotel is an artistic urban sanctuary that embraces contemporary design, stylish comfort and metropolitan luxury. The Hotel is perfectly located on Monivong Boulevard in the heart of Phnom Penh, a city the French once called the ‘Paris of the East’ set on the banks of the mythical Mekong River.
Warm, contemporary rooms come with glass-enclosed bathrooms, flat-screen TVs and Wi-Fi access.

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Royal Angkor Resort

Embracing its location, the resort boasts a traditional essence reflecting the nuances of Ancient Angkor complex pillars, tall ceilings, dramatic statues along with meticulous wall carvings, with a few artistic deviations along the way. A stunning cozy room with its own unique appearance awaits for you.

Extra Hotel Nights

Often ladies will book a night at the first hotel prior to the tour. This gives them a chance to relax after a long flight and settle in before the tour starts. Let us know if you would like pricing and information on the hotel.
Follow this link to request pre or post tour hotel nights.

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