Asian Adventure - 16 Days
Asian Adventure - 16 Days
Asian Adventure - 16 Days
Asian Adventure - 16 Days
Asian Adventure - 16 Days
Asian Adventure - 16 Days

Asian Adventure - 16 Days

From R29,614 p.p. Subject to price terms

Package Includes
  • Guided tour of the Wat Arun templesExplore Long-tail boat tour of the waterways and canals
  • Included boat ride along the River Kwai
  • Locally Guided tour of Kanchanaburi
  • Guided tour of the Erawan National Park
  • Bike ride
  • Guided bike tour of Luang Prabang
  • City tour and visit to the Khmer Rouge “Killing Fields” genocide sites
  • Experience modern Cambodian cuisine at a restaurant where former disadvantaged youth are trained in hospitality.
  • Guided tour of Angkor Wat and Ta Prohm

Two weeks to take on Thailand, Laos and Cambodia - lucky you! An artwork of relaxation, culture, culinary delights and life changing experiences, this trip is an eye opener and a heart pounder. See Buddhist temples, visit night markets & use enough modes of transport to keep things well above interesting

Validity Period
Selected dates from 07 April 2018 - 30 march 2019
Was R30 899
Early payment Offer From R29614
SAVE R1825
Additional Information
• 15 Nights in twin-shared hotel accommodation

• Experienced Contiki Trip Manager, Local English-speaking guides
• Sightseeing tours of all major cities plus orientations in all other destinations
• Local taxes, payments & service charges

• 17 meals: 15 breakfasts, 2 dinners
R29,614 p.p. Land only
  • International airfares
  • Items not listed in the above inclusions
  • Visa’s
  • Spending money
  • For all new bookings made from 5 January 2018 – 1 March 2018
  • Trips must depart on or after 1 April 2018.
  • Early payment discount of 5% is applicable, book & paid in full by 1 March 2018.
  • Discounts are subject to availability and may be withdrawn at any time. All these discounts apply to the land portion of the price only. The trip price does not include the costs of international flights (to/from the start or end the trip).
  • May be combined with normal brochure discounts (past passenger, mates rates, 2 tours or more) if applicable.
  • A R1000 deposit is required within 7 days of reservation.
  • Full payment if combined with the EPD by 1 March 2018 otherwise 45 days prior to departure.
  • All cancellation policies apply as per the Contiki Asia 2018/2019 brochure.
  • Contiki is exclusively for 18-35 year olds


For many travellers the allure of an unspoilt and little-explored country is irresistible. Emerging from a violent past of human rights atrocities, war and political instability, Cambodia is recovering from its past and slowly becoming a top destination on the South East Asian travel map. The magnificent temples of the 'Lost City' of Angkor are an irresistible attraction that, despite the dangers of unexploded landmines and the threat of rural banditry, are a must-see for any determined traveller.

Modern day Cambodia is the successor kingdom of the powerful Khmer Empire which ruled most of what is today Vietnam, Laos and Thailand from the 9th to 14th centuries. Although the country does not have the same volume of attractions as some of its neighbours, the Cambodian people are incredibly friendly, providing a warm welcome for travellers.

This friendliness is amazing in itself given the suffering that Cambodians had to endure during the three-and-a-half year reign of Pol Pot, which resulted in the deaths of an estimated two million people. The Khmer Rouge period, under Pol Pot's leadership, altered the face of the country. Overnight cities were emptied and property destroyed, the economy was left in tatters, and so were the lives of countless families. This period between 1975 and 1979 represents a particularly dark one in the nation's history.

Travellers to Cambodia can now enjoy many wonderful aspects of this country. Pleasurable moments can be had in the snatches of friendly conversations, in the tranquillity ushered in by Buddhist prayer, or in the sounds of workers in the rice paddies. One can also search out the charms of the French-era capital city Phnom Penh, visit the tragic horrors of the Killing Fields, or drift past sleepy riverside locations on a boat.

The scenery is beautiful and abundant, shaped by landscapes of lush green forests and jungles, banana plantations, agricultural fields and mighty rivers. People here live modest and simple lifestyles and the populace is largely rural. It is not a place of fast and efficient transport or luxurious hotels and resort living. Infrastructure is basic (much of it having been destroyed) and travelling between destinations can be quite an experience - fun for some and frustrating for others. The country's world-class attractions and less-explored reaches, golden beaches and islands beckon the enterprising traveller, and make this unique destination the equivalent of a pearl in an unopened oyster.

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