Explore Southeast Asia
Spectacular destinations in Southeast Asia are our expertise.
Spectacular destinations in Southeast Asia are our expertise.
The Philippines is an archipelago of more than 7,000 islands, located in the western Pacific Ocean near the equator. The topography of the islands is largely mountainous with dense forests, plains, and coastal areas. As the country was a Spanish colony for 300 years, the Philippines is one of the most ethnically diverse countries, where more than 150 languages are spoken.
In the Philippines, travelers can experience busy hubs like Manila and Cebu City, gorgeous white sand beaches and crystal clear waters on islands like El Nido, Camiguin, Siargao, and take in beautiful landscapes at the Ifugao Rice Terraces, Chocolate Hills, or one of the country’s 30 National Parks. A country where travelers come for the rich biodiversity, and stay for the Filipino warmth and hospitality.
Indonesia is a Southeast Asian country that sits between the Indian and Pacific oceans, consisting of over 17,000 islands – including Java, Sumatra, and Bali.
The world’s largest island country offers a blend of nature, culture, cuisine, and activities. Travelers can be amazed at The Grand Temple of Borobudur in Java, experience a blend of art and spirituality in the cultural hub of Ubud in Bali, get up close and personal with Komodo Dragons in Flores, or experience some of the best diving in the world in spots like Raja Ampat. No matter what background or travel taste is preferred, Indonesia offers it all.
Located in the centre of mainland Southeast Asia, the tropical country of Thailand is home to many different ecosystems. From hills and forests in the north, to rice fields covering the central area, and rugged limestone cliffs in the south, Thailand is famous for its tropical beaches, ancient ruins, and Buddhist temples.
Often referred to as “The Land of Smiles”, Thailand is also known for their genuine hospitality. Sawadee Ka, or a hello, can be heard cheerfully echoing the streets, as the locals always look forward to welcoming visitors from all over the world to their stunning country.
With a population of over 96 million, the Southeast Asian country of Vietnam is the fifteenth-most populous country and is known for its history, temples, traditional food, buzzing cities, and dramatic natural landscapes – like rice terraces, monstrous caves, and limestone islands.
Vietnam is a must-see destination that showcases a world of adventure. With motorbikes aligning the streets of Ho Chi Minh and Hanoi, to hosting Halong Bay – one of the finest natural wonders in the world, no matter what the Vietnamese experience that is sought, travelers can be ensured that their senses will be stimulated in ways that will not be forgotten.
Cambodia is a Southeast Asian country known for its low-lying plains, the Mekong Delta, Gulf of Thailand coastline, and drastic mountains. Due to the nation’s history, the destination’s top tourism attractions are largely historical and archaeological sites, including Angkor Wat – a cultural wonder of the world and the world’s largest religious structure.
Aside from viewing the ancient temple grounds, travelers can also hike through the jungle in the Cardamom Mountains, relax on the beach, or haggle their way through the local night markets in Siem Reap and Phnom Penh. From rich culture and history, to flavorful food and gorgeous natural landscapes, Cambodia has a plethora of offerings that provide an authentic experience for travelers.
The only landlocked nation in Southeast Asia, Laos is an off-the-beaten-path destination with mountainous terrain, small rural villages and Buddist temples. The Mekong river flows through the country and is the best form of transportation.
Laos is full of amazing natural wonders, including the widest waterfall in the world, the Khone Papeng. Adventurers will love exploring this untouched part of the world and taking part in outdoor pursuits while encountering local customs in the cities steeped in history.
Malaysia is a country in Southeast Asia that is influenced by Malay, Chinese, Indian, and European cultures. Lying just north of the Equator, the destination is composed of two regions, the Peninsular Malaysia and the island of Borneo. The capital, Kuala Lumpur, is even noted as one of Southeast Asia’s key gateway cities.
Visitors to Malaysia can enjoy European architecture, historic mosques, and Hindu shrines – such as the most famous at Batu Caves – in the major cities. Outside of the bustling hubs, travelers will meet lush rainforests, mangrove forests, and offshore coral reefs. These in combination make Malaysia the perfect getaway for travelers who want the comfort of a city with an accessible nature escape.
Singapore is a sovereign island city-state in maritime Southeast Asia, just north of the Equator. Singapore has been independent for a little more than 50 years and is one of the smallest countries in the world. Yet, the city-state destination has come far and is presently one of the most thriving global financial hubs.
The destination is one of the cleanest and greenest cities in the world, known for its strict laws, modern skyline, endless shopping malls, tasty hawker food stalls, and eternal summer climate. The “Lion City” offers a glimpse of many different Asian cultures and backgrounds, and without a doubt provides both travelers and locals with an exciting international city experience day after day.
The Maldives is a nation of islands that spans across the equator in the Indian Ocean. The archipelagic country comprises 1,192 islands, yet only 200 are inhabited. Due to their location, the Maldives is considered to have one of the most delicate environments, and therefore, conservation is highly prioritized in order to keep the country pristine.
The islands are covered in white sands, aligned with palm trees, and surrounded by crystal blue waters. The Maldives is also just as beautiful underwater as it is above due to the country being home to 5% of the planet’s coral reefs. In the Maldives, travelers are greeted by sun, sunshine, and friendly locals, where unique culture and traditions can be discovered, while relaxing in one of the most beautiful and sought after destinations in the world.
Sri Lanka is an island country in South Asia that lies in the Indian Ocean. The relatively small country is full of spectacular beauty and is vast in terms of the natural and culturally authentic activities. The “undiscovered” gem of Asia offers 8 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, safari tours, rainforests, and beaches.
Whether you take a train journey up the mountains, hike amongst the tea trails, or attempt to catch a wave with the locals, Sri Lanka is full of welcoming people and top experiences, making the country a destination not to be overlooked.