31 Days


Upon your arrival at the airport, you will be welcomed by an escort guide (with sign name) and driver then transfer directly to the hotel for check in. Simply enjoy free time at the hotel.
Overnight in Bangkok.

After breakfast at the hotel, you will join in a mesmerizing exploration of Bangkok's cultural treasures, starting with the regal Grand Palace and the revered Temple of the Emerald Buddha. Witness the splendid spectacle despite the bustling crowds, capturing the essence of this historic complex. Discover the allure of Wat Pho, home to the iconic Reclining Buddha, and marvel at the architectural beauty of Wat Benjamabophit, often hailed as "the marble temple." A stroll through the vibrant Chinatown beckons with diverse culinary delights, prepared with the freshest ingredients. Conclude your day with a picturesque long-tail boat ride along the Chao Phraya River and Thonburi's lively inner canals, offering captivating glimpses of local life.
Overnight in Bangkok.

After breakfast, at 07:00, we'll drive to the Maeklong Railway Market, also known as Talat Rom Hup or the "umbrella pull-down market." This bustling market, one of Thailand's largest, is situated along the Maeklong Railway track. As trains approach, the shop fronts and awnings are moved back from the rails, only to be restored once the train passes. After exploring this unique market, we'll proceed to the Damnoen Saduak Floating Market. A private motorboat will take you through scenic canals, offering a glimpse of authentic canalside life. Disembark at the market and explore the lively scenes by a small paddle boat.
Overnight in Bangkok.

Breakfast at the hotel. After that our car and driver (no guide) will transfer you to the airport to take the morning flight to Chiang Rai.
Upon arrival, marvel at the captivating Wat Rong Khun, famously known as The White Temple, with its stunning white facade adorned with mirrored glass. Explore the unique and dark artistic style of the Black House (Baan Dam Museum), featuring over 40 houses.
In the afternoon, discover the allure of the Blue Temple (Wat Rong Suea Ten), celebrated for its intricate blue exterior. End your day with a visit to Wat Phra Kaew, housing the revered Emerald Buddha statue, a symbol of Thailand's sacred heritage.
Overnight in Chiang Rai.

After breakfast, transfer to Golden Triangle, a region that lies at the intersection of the borders of Thailand, Laos, and Myanmar, and is located about 60 kilometers north of Chiang Rai.
Take a boat trip on the Mekong River to explore the surrounding scenery and visit local villages.
Afterwards, we move from Chiang Rai to Chiang Mai through the beautiful scenery.
Arrived in Chiang Mai in the late afternoon.
Overnight in Chiang Mai.

After breakfast, you will be picked up by your guide and the driver, then start your day by visiting the temple of Doi Suthep, located in the mountains, from where you can enjoy beautiful views of Chiang Mai. After the visit to the Doi Suthep temple you will enter the old part of the city through its walls to visit two of its most famous temples: the Wat Phra Singh temple whose construction dates from 1345 and where we find a Buddha image of more than 1500 years old, and the Wat Chedi Luang, built at the same time but following a different architecture. It is believed to be the first temple that housed the famous Emerald Buddha (Wat Phra Kaew) that we find today in the Grand Palace in Bangkok.
Overnight in Chiang Mai.

Breakfast at the hotel. Free time until our guide and driver transfer you to the airport for the flight to Mandalay.
Arrival in Mandalay, transfer by our guide and driver to the hotel to check in.
Overnight in Mandalay.

After breakfast, we'll cruise along the serene Irrawaddy River towards Mingun. Our first stops include the awe-inspiring Mingun Bell, a colossal bronze masterpiece weighing over 87 tons, and the Mingun Paya Pagoda, a monumental work in progress aiming to be the world's largest pagoda. Delving further into Mingun's charm, we'll explore the Hisnbyume Pagoda, an elegant white temple designed in the likeness of Mount Meru. Mingun offers a treasure trove of local handicrafts, from bamboo items to puppets and silverware. Returning to Mandalay in the afternoon, our exploration extends to the Royal Palace ruins, culminating in a captivating panoramic view of the city from Mandalay Hill come nightfall.
Overnight in Mandalay.

Today we will participate in a cultural odyssey, our journey begins at the revered Mahamuni Pagoda, home to Myanmar's second most sacred image. Immerse yourself in the rich artisanal heritage by visiting local workshops showcasing gold leaf, wood carving, and marble carving, where skilled artisans craft intricate masterpieces. Explore the Golden Palace Monastery, renowned for its detailed wood carvings, and venture to Kuthodaw Pagoda, home to the world's largest book with Buddhist scriptures engraved on 729 marble plaques. At the indicated time, transfer to Mandalay airport for a flight to Bagan.
Upon arrival in Bagan, pick up and transfer to your hotel.
Overnight in Bagan.

Today we will enjoy a captivating exploration of Bagan, commencing with the vibrant Nyaung U market. Unveil the historical tapestry of Bagan through visits to architectural gems like the Shwezigon Pagoda, renowned for its majestic bell-shaped stupa, the imposing Dhaman Yan Gyi, and the exquisite Htilominlo Temple adorned with delicate plaster sculptures. Dive into the ancient art of lacquer craftsmanship with a demonstration by skilled artisans, and marvel at UNESCO-protected wall paintings at the Myingaba GuByaukgyi Temple and Shwesandaw Pagoda. End the day with a mesmerizing sunset vista from one of the local viewing mounds before retiring to your hotel.
Overnight in Bagan.

It will be a special experience throughout your trip through Myanmar that you will never forget. And you need to get up early since the Globo staff will pick you up between 05 – 06 AM, please don't miss it. The trip in the balloon will take between 45 minutes to an hour and you will be able to observe spectacular landscapes of the city.
Following this, delve into the daily life of local communities in the surrounding towns, witnessing their routines and customs. A horse-drawn carriage ride through ancient murals reveals well-preserved horoscopes, providing a glimpse into the past. End the day with a traditional boat ride along the Irrawaddy River, offering a picturesque view of Bagan's temples while immersing in the vibrant local life, especially the fishermen at work.
Overnight in Bagan.

Note: The hot air balloon journey over Bagan is subject to modifications or variations without prior notice, depending on the prevailing weather conditions of the day.

Breakfast at the hotel. Free time until our guide and driver transfer you to the airport for the flight to Yangon.
Arrival in Yangon, transfer by our guide and driver to the hotel to check in.
Overnight in Yangon.

Today we will visit the city's landmarks, passing through streets lined with historic buildings, many of which have a faded colonial charm not seen anywhere else in Asia. We will start today's tour at the exquisite Post Office, the tour unfolds with visits to iconic sites like the Strand Hotel, Mahabandoola Garden, and the Independence Monument. Explore the vibrant Bogyoke Market, a treasure trove of Burmese products. Discover the awe-inspiring Chauk Htat Kyi and its 70-meter reclining Buddha before concluding with the magnificent Shwedagon Pagoda, one of the wonders of the world, famous for its gold-plated dome more than 100 meters high and the meeting and religious center of the city.
At the indicated time, transfer to Yangon airport to take the flight to Hanoi. Upon arrival in Hanoi, our guide and driver will pick you up for transfer to the hotel.
Overnight in Hanoi.

Start your day early and head to the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, the final resting place of Vietnam's beloved leader, Ho Chi Minh. After that, take a short walk to the nearby One Pillar Pagoda, an iconic Buddhist temple built in a unique architectural style. Next, head to the Temple of Literature, Vietnam's first university and a Confucian temple.
Spend your afternoon exploring Hanoi's bustling Old Quarter, also known as "36 Pho Phuong" (36 Streets). Take a stroll through its narrow, winding streets filled with shops, street vendors, and historical architecture. And visit Hoan Kiem Lake, located in the heart of Hanoi. You can take a leisurely walk around the lake or visit Ngoc Son Temple situated on an islet within the lake.
Hanoi is famous for its street food. Try some local snacks like egg coffee, grilled skewers, or fresh spring rolls from street vendors.
Accommodation in Hanoi.

Starting early in the morning from Hanoi to the famous Halong Bay, along the way we can enjoy the landscapes of rice fields, farms, and the Red River Delta.
Upon arrival in Halong Bay, board your cruise ship and check into your cabin. Lunch on board is based on seafood and fresh fish. Take some time to relax and enjoy the stunning views of the limestone karsts and emerald waters. In the afternoon, you will have the opportunity to explore magnificent caves. In the evening, a special dinner contemplating the sunset, followed by a session of activities on board.
Overnight on board.

Start your day with a refreshing Tai Chi session on the deck, surrounded by the serene beauty of Halong Bay.
Depending on the cruise itinerary, you may have some visits before disembarking from the cruise and transfer to Hanoi airport for the flight to Hue.
Accommodation in Hue.

In the morning, we will take a boat trip on the Perfume River to visit the Thien Mu Pagoda, which is considered the center of Buddhism in Vietnam since the early 1600s. Then, we will continue with a guided tour of the former Imperial Citadel, where we will see the former Imperial Palace, which has a closely similar model to the city Banned from Beijing. French aerial bombardment and the 1968 Tet Offensive caused significant damage to this area; However, much of the city is being restored thanks to UNESCO funding.
Then transfer to Hoi An, the charming ancient town in the Centre of country.
Accommodation in Hoi An.

Today, we will explore the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Hoi An Ancient Town, where every step unveils a tale of centuries-old charm and cultural richness. Discover architectural treasures that echo the town's international heritage, from ornate Chinese assembly halls to the iconic Japanese Covered Bridge. Immerse yourself in the vibrant tapestry of Hoi An's culture, exploring hidden alleys adorned with lanterns and stumbling upon atmospheric temples.
Accommodation in Hoi An.

Explore Hoi An on your own.
You can enjoy the beautiful beaches of Hoi An, such as An Bang, Cua Dai.
Accommodation in Hoi An.

Free at leisure until indicated time to transfer to Danang airport for the flight to Ho Chi Minh City, also known as Saigon.
Embark on a captivating exploration of the city, where history and culture converge. Marvel at the architectural grandeur of Notre Dame Cathedral and the timeless charm of the Central Post Office. Step into the pages of history at the Reunification Palace, a symbol of Vietnam's reunification, and gain poignant insights at the War Remnants Museum. Each landmark tells a story, creating a tapestry of experiences that reflects the resilience and vibrancy of Saigon.
Accommodation in Saigon.

Today we will take a three-hour journey to the Mekong River Delta, reaching Xeo Quyt to explore the historic military base nestled in the jungle. Experience a boat ride through the forest, immersing in reflections on the Vietnam War and envisioning the resilience against bombings. Take a memorable bike ride in Xeo Quyt before continuing to Sa Dec, often referred to as the Vietnamese Venice, where colonial charm meets the Mekong Delta's canals. Visit the old house of Huynh Thuy Le, once home to writer Marguerite Duras, featuring a captivating blend of French and Chinese architectural styles. End the day with a visit to a local flower garden before being transported to Can Tho, the Mekong Delta's key city, renowned for its intricate canal network.
Accommodation in Can Tho.

Embark on an early morning boat tour to the renowned Cai Rang floating market, a bustling hub in the Southwest celebrated for its wholesale trade of fruits and agricultural products. Witness the lively spectacle of hundreds of boats, ships, and canoes laden with a diverse array of goods, including fruits, vegetables, and the region's exceptional rice. Experience the unique presentation as vendors hang samples on bamboo poles, known as Cay Tre, showcasing their offerings. End of the tour with a visit to the local market, offering insights into the daily life of the Mekong Delta's residents.
After that, transfer to Chau Doc, the trip will take approximately four hours. When we arrive, a boat excursion awaits us to explore the enchanting Tra Su Bird Sanctuary, spanning 850 hectares. This vital natural habitat teems with vibrant bird species and rare animals along with over 140 plant varieties, including the iconic Cajeputs trees typical of the delta landscape.
Accommodation in Chau Doc.

After breakfast at the hotel, our guide and driver will pick you up for the transfer to the pier for a high-speed boat trip along the Mekong Delta towards Phnom Penh. The trip will take five hours. Upon arrival at the pier in Phnom Penh, you will be picked up by our guide and driver for a lunch in the local restaurant.
Then, transfer to your hotel for free at leisure.
Accommodation in Phnom Penh.

After breakfast, we will begin our tour in the city center, which includes about three hours of walking. First stop will be the Royal Palace, a regal residence built by King Norodom in 1966, and the Silver Pagoda with its stunning silver-tiled floor. Explore the National Museum, a treasure trove of Khmer art, and Wat Phnom, the city's tallest Buddhist temple. Dive into the vibrant Russian Market, known for discounted souvenirs and apparel.
In the afternoon, you will embark on a scenic six-hour bus journey to Siem Reap, traversing provincial cities and villages, offering a glimpse into local life. Upon arrival in Siem Reap, you will be greeted by our local guide and taken to the hotel for check-in.
Accommodation in Siem Reap.

Beat the crowd early morning by 7 am to Ta Prohm, a picturesque temple immersed in nature's embrace. Witness the haunting allure of tree roots entwined with ancient stone, creating an unforgettable scene. Continue your exploration with the intricately carved Khmer ruins of Angkor Wat, a testament to Angkorian artistry.
In the afternoon, delve into the mysteries of Angkor Thom and the awe-inspiring Bayon temple with its 54 towers. Explore the surrounding wonders, including Baphuon, Elephant Terrace, Leper King Terrace, and the Royal Palace area. Immerse yourself in the intricate details of these architectural wonders and witness the breathtaking landscapes that surround them.
Accommodation in Siem Reap.

In the morning, we will enjoy a guided tour of Banteay Srei, showcasing remarkable Angkor lintels. Visit the less-crowded Banteay Samre, a fortified temple by Suryavarman II.
In the afternoon, we will visite the exquisite Prasat Kravan with stunning bas-reliefs of Vishnu and Lakshmi on red brick walls, adhered with vegetable glue. The tour will also include Neak Poan, a man-made circular island with a Buddhist temple built inside, in Preah Khan Baray. It was built during the reign of King Jayavarman VII and originally designed for medical purposes (the ancients believed that entering these pools would balance the bather's elements, thus curing their illnesses). It is one of the many hospitals that Jayavarman VII built. It was built in the second half of the 12th century, believed to have healing properties from the king's victory over the Cham.
Overnight in Siem Reap.

Free at leisure until indicated time to transfer to Siem Reap airport for the flight to Luang Prabang. Upon arrival at Luang Prabang airport, the former capital of the kingdom of Lane Xang, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Transfer to hotel and free leisure.
Overnight in Luang Prabang.

Begin your day with a mesmerizing chance to partake in the morning alms giving ritual to saffron-clad monks, an exclusive tradition preserved uniquely in Laos. Immerse yourself in the vibrant morning market, witnessing a picturesque display of foods for sale. After a delightful breakfast at the hotel, embark on a boat journey along the enchanting Mekong River to the Pak Ou Caves, home to myriad Buddha statues left by devotees. Take in the scenic beauty of riverside villages like Ban Xang Khong and Xieng Lek, where ancient weavers practice their craft. In the afternoon, delve into the rich tapestry of Laos at the Traditional Arts and Ethnology Centre, showcasing artifacts from diverse ethnic groups. Continue your cultural exploration with visits to the magnificent Wat Xieng Thong, Wat Phra Bat, and the vibrant Night Market, where handcrafted textiles await.
Overnight in Luang Prabang.

After breakfast, embark on a scenic drive to the enchanting Kuang Si waterfall, one of Luang Prabang's most picturesque gems. Enjoy a leisurely hike through the national park, passing by the Asian Bear Rescue Center and Butterfly Park, with an option to explore the waterfall's summit for the adventurous. After refreshing in the cool waters, return to the city and visit Khmu village, renowned for its bamboo and thatch houses. Explore Ban Thapene, a H'mong village, known for traditional crafts like embroidery and weaving. End the day with a visit to the National Museum at the former Royal Palace and Human Chan, immersing yourself in the rich heritage of Luang Prabang.
Overnight in Luang Prabang.

Free at leisure until indicated time to transfer to Luang Prabang airport for the flight to Bangkok. Upon arrival at Bangkok airport, meet with our driver and transfer to your hotel.
Overnight in Bangkok.

Free and easy day at leisure until our driver transfers you to the airport to take the departure flight.

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