In OneMoreDestination.com we can organize any type of trip in Southeast Asia: adventure trips, combined trips from several countries and even honeymoons for newlyweds.
Honeymoons in Southeast Asia
For some years now Asia has been more open than ever to international tourism, with a wide range of flights from most of the world’s major airports. Little by little, Asian tourism is establishing itself as one more option within the enormous tourist offer available. This rise and improvement of Asian tourist services also makes Asian luxury a reality day by day and more and more newlyweds are choosing Asia as their honeymoon destination. Any of the countries of Southeast Asia offers prices that, even having increased a little over the last few years, remain very competitive. The tourism industry has also been modernized and the countries themselves have improved infrastructure and quality of service offered. Here are three honeymoon options to make your first trip after your wedding unforgettable.
Ancient Indochina – Vietnam + Cambodia 15 days
Our first honeymoon option includes two neighboring countries, Vietnam and Cambodia, in a 15-day tour that will take you to visit the main attractions of Vietnam such as Halong Bay, Hue and Ho Chi Minh, without leaving aside that part of Vietnam more rural and authentic, as would be Sapa and Can Tho. As for Cambodia, you will visit Siem Reap and one of the most important religious temple complexes in the world: Angkor Wat. If you are thinking of an adventurous honeymoon with a very cultural component and full packing service, this option is the most recommendable. All the hotels where you will stay during the route have a minimum of 3 stars, have been visited by our OneMoreDestination.com team to ensure that they continue to maintain the highest level of service year after year and offer all the services essential to enjoy a comfortable stay.
Combined Cambodia + beach in Koh Rong
If you were thinking of Cambodia as a destination for your honeymoon let us tell you that the best option is to combine continental Cambodia with a visit to some of the most famous and authentic tropical islands in the world. Koh Rong is the best example of what a tropical island is like: fine white sandy beaches, coconut palms and cabins with palm-leaf roofs just a few meters from the shore. Koh Rong is Cambodia’s second largest island, about 2 hours by boat from the mainland and is a perfect island for relaxing, beach parties and exploring the interior of the jungle. The area of the island is about 80 square kilometres – exactly the same size as the island of Formentera, so that you can compare it with something you are familiar with – and tourist services are somewhat less developed compared to some Thai islands. This makes it the perfect place to disconnect completely from the world: the Internet connection is very slow and unstable, there is no public lighting, there are no ATMs and the power supply only works during the day. In short: Koh Rong is the perfect place if you want to relax and enjoy with your partner the tranquility of a 100% authentic tropical island.
Essence of Siam – Thailand 10 days + beach
On this route around Thailand a Spanish speaking OneMoreDestination.com guide will accompany you for 10 days around one of the world’s most famous but also one of the most famous Asian countries. You will arrive in Thailand through Bangkok airport and then during the following days visit Ayutthaya, the former capital of Thailand, Sukhothai, one of the first capitals of the Kingdom of Thailand, and make trekkings through the area of Chiang Mai. This route is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful culturally enriching, which will allow you to know the most authentic Thailand: cultural visits, bicycle routes and Asian cuisine of the highest quality by the hand of a specialized guide and staying in quality hotels and all available services.
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