Indochina in Exsus Signature Style

Bangkok & Central Thailand, Luang Prabang, Northern Thailand, Phuket & Western Thailand

Duration: 14 nights

This epic multi-country holiday offers the best of Thailand, Laos and Cambodia in one trip, taking in buzzing Bangkok and the temples and elephants in Chiang Rai and the Golden Triangle – where you can see where Thailand, Laos and Myanmar converge – before exploring the beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Sites of historic Luang Prabang in Laos and the magnificent Angkor Wat in Siem Reap, Cambodia. After taking in the temples, the markets and the tribal villages, as well as the sweeping landscapes of hills, mountains, rivers and valleys, relax and unwind on the beaches of Phuket – paradise found.
Perfect forThose who want to see the big hitters of Indochina in one spectacular holiday.
In the knowExtending your trip to visit Vietnam, where you can explore the beautiful colonial capital, Hanoi, and enjoy a cruise on Halong Bay, meandering around the dramatic jagged limestone peaks.

Best for

  • First-timers
  • Beach
  • Couples
  • Cultural Immersion

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2 nightsBANGKOK

Begin your adventure in Bangkok, which is an irresistible blend of ancient and modern. Visit opulent temples and see the Emerald Buddha in the Grand Palace, shop in designer boutiques and tempting markets, and explore the bustling streets and narrow alleys of historic, colourful Chinatown, which is a bit of a foodie heaven. The elegant (and legendary) Mandarin Oriental sits on the banks of the Chao Phraya River. After a day’s sightseeing and a cruise along the river, relax on the lantern-lit terrace with a cocktail.
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3 nightsCHIANG RAI

Your next stop is Chiang Rai, home to spectacular hilly landscapes where three countries meet, elephants roam and your luxury hotel awaits. The Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort sits on a hilltop, overlooking the point where Thailand, Laos and Myanmar converge – there aren’t many places where you have a view of three countries from your bedroom…

The resort has its own world-renowned elephant camp, where you can meet these gentle giants (and they’ll amble past while you’re enjoying your dinner). Spend a memorable day with a mahout and learn how to bathe and feed them. Around the Golden Triangle, you can also go on treks and cycling tours into the pristine jungle, swim under waterfalls, visit tribal villages, and take in the vistas over the three countries from scenic viewpoints.
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Today, you’ll make your way to Laos and the historic Luang Prabang, the country’s former royal capital, which is a real gem. This beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Site has a sacred location at the point where the Mekong and Khan rivers meet, and is a showcase of gilded temples and fascinating heritage. This is all set against a stunning backdrop of meandering rivers and lush green mountains, which provide ample opportunities for trekking, mountain biking and cruises along the Mekong River.    At Belmond La Residence Phou Vao, you can enjoy panoramic views over Luang Prabang and the mountains and tropical forest beyond, dotted with pagodas and stupas. Venture into nearby caves, visit a rice wine distillery and explore the ancient centre of Luang Prabang.
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3 nightsSIEM REAP

Another day, another country, and from one UNESCO World Heritage Site to another – today, it’s on to Siem Reap in Cambodia, which is home to approximately 500 temples, the most famous of which is, of course, Angkor Wat. This mighty and impressive monument to Asian civilisation is a incredible sight, especially at sunrise and sunset. The Angkor Archaeological Park has numerous hidden temples and historic ruins, and you’re bound to find a spot away from the crowds here. Apart from Angkor Wat, visit Siem Reap’s markets and colonial French Quarter, and immerse yourself in its thriving cultural scene and world-class food. You could also take a boat trip along the beautiful Tonle Sap Lake and visit the floating and stilted lakeside villages. Your hotel, Phum Baitang, is just a 20-minute drive from Angkor Wat, but is a tranquil haven to relax in, surrounded by fragrant lemongrass fields and rice paddies.
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4 nightsPHUKET

Back in Thailand, head to Phuket to relax on the beach, luxuriating in your own slice of paradise. Phuket is Thailand’s largest island, and has endless white sand beaches overlooking aquamarine waters, making it a blissful place to while away a few days, whether it’s chilling out on the sand or snorkelling and diving in the crystal clear sea. There is plenty of nightlife on offer here if that’s your thing, otherwise enjoy the barefoot luxury and seclusion available elsewhere, such as at Trisara, which is nestled in tropical greenery in a secluded bay. Take a dip in your own private infinity pool and relax on your private deck with a cocktail as you soak up the views over the Andaman Sea.
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