Thailand has a number of impressive historical landmarks that have been recognized by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites, among them, the stunning 13th and 14th century ruins at Sukhothai Historical Park.
Vientiane may be smaller than most Southeast Asian capitals, but its size belies the variety of cultural attractions to be found, not just in the city, but also in neighboring rural communities.
Among the world’s most important ecosystems, Botum Sakor National Park offers visitors a window onto a world of pristine beauty where community-based tourism is helping to protect its future.
Laos might not have its own coastline, but its forested mountain terrain and limestone karst topography offer all sorts of possibilities for thrill-seeking outdoor adventurers and enthusiasts.
Meet Myanmar people, visit a monastery, market and farm and appreciate good eats that are both traditional and tasty. We have crafted this special Mandalay Markets and Fine Food Tour for your inner foodie.