Sri Lanka is known as the British Crown Colony of Ceylon. It became independent in 1948. It lying in the Indian Ocean and separated from peninsular India by the Palk Strait. Sri Lanka is called as the pearl of the Indian Ocean. It has often been described as a tropical paradise. Sirimavo Bandaranaike is the first female prime minister in the world history.
Each day on this island promises new experiences, discoveries, and life-long memories. Each place, and each smile in Sri Lanka has a story to tell. We have so much to share with you, so come along to our island in paradise!
Cambodia is a rural country with among the religiously and most ethnically homogeneous populations in Southeast Asia. It is located to the South portion of Indochina Peninsula. Capital city of Phnom Penh is home to National museum, Royal palace and art deco Central market. Angkor Wat is a massive stone complex built during the Khmer empire.
Cambodia is one of a kind. People in Cambodia are friendly and kind. It has white beaches, gold dusted temples, saffron robbed monks, mysterious monuments and Cardamom Mountains. You can experience the rhythm of rural life, swaying sugar palms and landscapes of dazzling rice paddies in Cambodia’s countryside. A trip to Cambodia will leave you inspired and renew your faith in humanity.
Thailand is known as ‘The Land of Smiles’ and in the heart of Southeast Asia. About 90 percent of the people are Buddhists. Thailand food is influenced by Indian and Chinese cultures. The capital city of Bangkok is home to giant Buddha statues, graceful pagodas and many impressive Buddhist structures featuring gold layered spires. Lotus flower is the favorite flower. The forests are home to elephants, wild ox, tigers, Malayan tapir and leopards.
Our Thailand trips take you away from historical sites and beaches. This country is complemented by verdant paddy fields, fine seascapes and jungle landscapes. Thailand have an irresistible energy which you are sure to fall love with.
Indonesia is located in the Pacific Ocean with 129 volcanoes and known as the Pacific ring of fire. It is the largest country in Southeast Asia with a maximum dimension from east to west of about 5100 Km and an extent from north to south of 1800 Km. Indonesia is composed of some 17500 islands of which more than 7000 are uninhabited. It is the world’s largest archipelagic state and the most populous Muslim majority country.
Indonesia travel offer up exotic wildlife including Orangutans, verdant rainforests and palm fringed beaches. You will come across the largest Buddhist temple of Borobudur in the world, beautiful rice terraces and impressive Hindu temples.
Laos is known as the Kingdom of a million elephants. It is blessed with glittering Buddhist temples, verdant countryside, gentle people and languid village. Southeast Asia’s smallest capital is Vientiane. Luang Brabang is listed as an UNESCO World Heritage Site for its traditional wooden buildings, townscape, European colonial mansions and uniquely preserved architecture.
Trips to Laos should include a visit to a Tak Bat for an alms giving ceremony where meditating monks collect offerings from local people at dawn. Its tropical forests, beautiful waterfalls, lush natural beauty, and dramatic mountains are enchanting. You can try Baci and bracelets tying ceremony by spent visiting Pagodas.
Singapore is located at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula, about 137 kilometers of north of the equator. It contains of 60 small islets and the diamond shaped Singapore Island. Buddhism is widely practiced religion. Singapore island state measures just 27 kilometers from North to South and 50 kilometers from East to West with 193 kilometers of coastline.
The Botanic gardens is the world’s only tropical garden declared an UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can explore the boutiques and bars in the converted warehouses overlooking the river Clarke Quay. China town and Little India is popular for street food. Singapore is more than its tourist attractions. It’s not just about what you can do here, it’s about what you can be.
Maldives is scattered with 1192 coral islands set within 26 atolls are spread across 35,000 square miles of Indian Ocean. It is the lowest country in the world. The resorts here are famously luxurious and a total escape from everyday life.
The wonderful White sandy beaches and year round tropical climate of the Maldives provide a stunning barefoot retreat. It a world class diving destination. You can dine in style on your private island, pamper yourself with a blissful spa treatment, snorkeling among turtles, relax with a favorite book and take a boat for Dolphin watching.
Myanmar is located in the western portion of Southeast Asia and also called Burma. It is often referred to as the Golden land. It has more than 100 ethnic groups, bordering China, Laos, India, Thailand and Bangaladesh. Yangon is the largest city. It contains bustling markets and Buddhist ruins dates to the 6th century. Myanmar is a land abundant and blessed. It has an unexplored cultural and natural wonder that offers one of the best authentic experiences for the traveler to Asia.
Myanmar travel offer up the natural attractions of beaches, rivers, caves, islands, corals, mountains and lakes. It has an array of vibrant festivals, delicious cuisine, 135 tribes and pagodas.
Malaysia is composed two separate areas of Peninsular Malaysia and the island of Borneo. It is one of the world’s 17 mega diverse countries. Kuala Lumpur is the capital city. It is home to multi storey mega malls, glass skyscrapers, colonial buildings and the world’s tallest twin towers of Petronas towers.
You are spoilt for choice when it comes to adventure on Malaysia tours, because of there are no deep diving waters, paradise beaches and wildlife packed jungles. Malaysian trips combines with high tech industrialization and ancient culture. You can explore ancient rainforests, range of flora, mountains cloaked in mist and tea plantations. Borneo is better for wild treks, diving and a glimpse of endangered orangutans.
Vietnam occupying the eastern portion of mainland Southeast Asia. Its neighbors include China to the north, Laos and Cambodia to the west. It has a wide range of ethnic groups, countryside and climates. Vietnam’s mountainous terrain, long coastline, wetlands, and forests contain many different habitats that support a great variety of wildlife. Some 270 types of mammals, 80 amphibians, 800 bird species and 180 reptiles reside in Vietnam.
Our tours to Vietnam are as exciting and diverse as the country itself. Those are packed full of lush paddy fields, dramatic seascapes, undisturbed white sandy beaches, neon hued cities and kaleidoscopic images. You can explore the history of Vietnam War, French occupation and Ho Chi Minh.