Our Southeast Asia tours are popular with people seeking exotic escapes to tropical regions where they’ll experience diverse cultures.
Located in Lovina, Bali, Indonesia on Bratan Lake, the beautiful Pura Ulun Danu temple is also referred to as the Floating Temple. The construction of this Hindu water temple dates back to the 17th century.
Romantic visions of Vietnam’s terraced rice fields with a lone worker tending his crop tug at the heartstrings. For generations Cambodia’s Angkor Wat, and its sprawling, crumbling complexes of temples have ignited the dreams of those who would wander them. Continue reading
Southeast Asia tours are popular for good reasons: warm, tropical climate, fascinating, rich cultures, amazing beaches, incredible cuisine, and inexpensive travel costs. Asia is generally quite safe for travellers, even with its complex history and modern politics.
The culture of Southeast Asia has strong influences from India and China, with many people from those countries travelling and settling in countries around the area. Laos, Thailand, Cambodia and Burma show the influences of China and India, especially in their folklore, faiths, writing and languages. Continue reading
The history of Borobudur as a Buddhist stupa and temple complex dates back to the 8th century. This UNESCO World Heritage site is located in central Java, Indonesia.
Considered by many to be an outstanding ancient site, it is actually the largest Buddhist structure on the planet. The scale and minute details of its construction almost never fail to leave visitors in awe.
It is a focal point in the lush Kedu Plain, overshadowed only by the active volcanoes that form its backdrop. Continue reading
Vietnam is a country of contrasts. It is also a country that stimulates every single one of the senses. Fast-changing city skylines feel miles away from the breathtaking rural villages and timeless landscapes bursting with beauty.
The Temple of Literature is one of Vietnam’s cultural treasures. It was built in 1070 and has been restored a number of times during its long history. You can find it at the Imperial Citadel of Thăng Long in Hanoi, Vietnam.