Rub shoulders with giant reclining Buddhas, visit the most popular Hindu Shrine outside of India, get a rice education, and eat Peranakan food - read: plenty of laksas.
Get blessed by monks, learn about the Khmer Rouge regime, do your bit with mat weaving enterprise, get taken for a ride by an ox, and of course, Angkor Wat. And her moat.
Soak up Ho Chi Minh’s rumble, wander through Lao Cai's quiet rice terraces, and cruise Halong Bay’s jade waters. With horse-honouring temples, chaotic old quarters and a booming social enterprise scene, the land of pho is not afraid to make noise.
Stuff yourself with Or Luak, Char Kway Teow and Satay at the Chinatown Food Street, wander down lantern-lined streets where medical herbs and souvenirs line the stalls and leave your mark in the Garden City.
Where it’s perfectly normal to bow while talking on the phone and for people to welcome you off the escalator. Japan blends a mix of traditional and ultra-modern in Tokyo, temples and geishas in Kyoto, and culinary capital Osaka. Customer-san, you are welcome here.
French influenced food, monk almsgiving, breathtaking sunrises atop spiritual mountains and village encounters. Cruise rivers, learn the meaning of humility and empowering enterprise, and feel at peace amongst the hundreds of temples and monuments.