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The exotic atmosphere and local attractions of some of Southeast Asia’s best known cities attract numerous visitors every year. Most use them as a start or end point for a longer tour, but many are ideally suited for a short stop-over or a longer city break. The rich blend of culture and history, delicious regional cuisines, as well as modern shopping and nightlife make a short city break a unique holiday treat. Some of Southeast Asia’s cities that act as airline hubs, Bangkok in particular, also work very well as a stop-over destination to break up a longer journey.
With a huge choice of hotels, including romantic boutique hotels, converted historic buildings and modern spa resorts, there is something to suit everyone’s taste and budget.
Each city has its own unique flavour and historic backdrop, and offers a warm welcome to all interested visitors. We can customise a city break in any of the major cities in Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia or Laos to fit your available time, budget and interests. So whether it’s the wonderful cuisine and bustling nightlife of Bangkok, or the chaotic streets of Saigon, there is always plenty to see and do on a short city break to Southeast Asia.
Experience the hustle and bustle of Thailand’s fascinating capital city with our short, fun filled break. Visit the beautiful Grand Palace, take a boat ride along Bangkok’s numerous canals, and visit the famous Damnoen Saduak floating market. This tour is ideal for those with limited time or who want a short stop-over.
This short city break is ideal for those just wanting a taste of the highlights and history of Bangkok. We visit the Grand Palace, enjoy a dinner cruise and a private longtail boat trip through the canals of Thonburi, and visit the floating market at Damnoen Saduak. The tour can also be used as a short stop-over in a longer flight itinerary. Extra days and beach extensions are also available.
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