Known also as ‘Si Phan Don’, the Four Thousand group of small islands are dotted across the Mekong.
Siem Reap, located in northwestern Cambodia, is the gateway to the world-famous Angkor temple complex, which includes the magnificent Angkor Wat.
Halong Bay is one of Vietnam’s top attractions – The name "Halong" translates as ‘where the dragon descends into the sea’.
Da Lat is located in the central highland of Vietnam at Lam Dong province, and about 200km far from the northeast of Ho Chi Minh City.
In the Northeast of Phan Thiet city, Mui Ne is a fishing village as well as a familiar tourism area in Binhthuan Province. MuiNe, meaning 'sheltered peninsula', is one of the famous beaches in Vietnam and in the world.
Phnom Penh, once known as the ‘Pearl of Asia’, is the capital and largest city in Cambodia. It is now a cultural, commercial, and political center that offers a unique blend of traditional charm and urban bustle.
Preah Sihanouk province is Cambodia's most famous beach town. Better known as Kampong Som to locals, it is about 230 km southwest of Phnom Penh and boasts pristine white-sand beaches, unspoiled tropical islands, and a dynamic nightlife.
Cambodia’s second largest city lies in the heart of the Northwest and until the war years was the leading rice-producing province of the country.
Located on a curve of the Mekong River, Vientiane Capital has a recorded history that stretches back to around 1.000 AD.
Situated in the centre of northern Laos, Luang Prabang is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its outstanding cultural, historic and architectural values and its harmonious relationship between the natural and built environment.
About 7 km far from town, Vang Vieng was a place where you could spend long days tubing down a winding river, stopping at bars along the way to guzzle cheap booze and fly off rickety home-made rope swings.
One of the most visited provinces of Laos, Champasak has a population of around 50,000 and is formed by Pakse, the Bolaven Plateau, Paksong, Champasak and Si Phan Don (4000 Islands).