A spectacular Asian combo!
Book now for €593
Group Size: Varies
Trip code: CJSE
Duration: 75 days or longer
Explore Asia on this epic combo adventure! Journey through Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, China and Japan and discover the unique culture, natural beauty and party life of this incredible continent. Packed full of awesome adventures, including wildlife encounters, boat trips, treks, cultural classes and party nights, you’ll soon fall in love with all things Asian. Bringing together 3 of our most popular Asian tours, all at one great price, you can’t beat this unforgettable combo adventure in Asia!
- Discover the very best of 6 Asian countries: Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, China and Japan
- Enjoy unique included experiences, such as meeting giant pandas and elephants, learning to prepare Asian cuisine, rafting down rivers, sleeping in incredible places and more!
- Immerse yourself in Asian culture: learn Mandarin, try your hand at sushi making and sing your heart out at Japanese karaoke!
- Travel with groups of likeminded travellers and expert tour guides
- Save money by booking these three tours as a combo rather than separately!
Discover Asia on this stunning combo trip! Bringing together three of our most popular Asian tours, this fantastic package shows you the very best this magical continent has to offer!
This package includes:
- Southeast Asia Adventure (33 days)
- China Adventure (27 days)
- Japan Adventure (15 days)
Please note: Flights between tours are not included. Speak to our flights team for great deals on flights.
Please note: We try to organise our combo packages so that each tour runs straight after the previous one finishes. On some start dates, there may be some time between the end of one tour and the beginning of the next. Accommodation and activities on these spare days are at your own cost. Please speak to a travel advisor for more information.
Southeast Asia Adventure: 33 Days
Explore 4 countries in 33 days on this epic group tour! Journey through Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam and soak up the beauty, culture and party life of Southeast Asia!
The itinerary runs as follows:
Day 1: Bangkok, Thailand. Touch down in Bangkok and make your way to your starting accommodation. Settle in and relax after your flight.
Day 2: Bangkok, Thailand. Spend the day easing into the Thai way of life. Enjoy a drink this evening before boarding a sleeper train/bus to Chiang Mai.
Day 3: Chiang Mai, Thailand. Wake up as the train rolls into beautiful Chiang Mai. Meet some elephants at a local run sanctuary! This evening, venture into the city and explore the food market. Optional cooking class.
Day 4: Chiang Mai, Thailand. Enjoy a free day to make the most of this awesome city. Get involved with optional adrenaline activities, including zip-lining, ATV riding and rafting. This evening, enjoy a night out with your group.
Day 5: Chiang Mai, Thailand. Enjoy another free day with plenty of optional activities to choose from. Why not try your hand at a Thai cooking class or get cultural with a visit to Wat Doi Suthep temple?
Day 6: Chiang Dao, Thailand. Head to the outskirts of Chiang Mai and cycle through some remote northern villages. Spend the night in unique tree top houses in a local settlement called Mae Mae.
Day 7: Chiang Dao-Chiang Kong, Thailand. Wake up as the sunrises over your stunning treetop home! Trek through the dense jungle to stunning waterfalls in the morning before heading to the Laos border.
Day 8: Thailand – Laos. Cross the border into Laos this morning and climb aboard a slow boat which will gently transport you to Pak Beng village. Watch the landscapes melt by as you cruise along the river and enjoy a beer on deck.
Day 9: Pak Beng – Luang Prabang, Laos. Back on the boat today as you make your way down to Luang Prabang, an ancient royal capital. Delve into bustling Hmong Market and watch the sunset over a few drinks with your travel pals.
Day 10: Luang Prabang, Laos. Volunteer with some local kids this morning before cooling off in the impressive three-tiered Kuangsi waterfalls. Jump, slide and splash in this stunning location!
Day 11: Luang Prabang – Vang Vieng. Travel to Vang Vieng today, stopping at the stunning Blue Lagoon to cool of on the journey. You’ll arrive in Van Vieng in the late afternoon, giving you plenty of time to explore this buzzing backpacker hub.
Day 12: Vang Vieng, Laos. A free day in Vang Vieng today. Live the classic backpacker lifestyle or get involved with some awesome optional activities, including a swim in the dark at NumbukkaFabu cave.
Day 13: Vang Vieng, Laos – Hanoi, Vietnam. Take a short flight to Hanoi in Vietnam. Explore the Hoa Lo prison by day and enjoy a bar crawl around the beautiful Old Quarter by night.
Day 14: Hanoi, Vietnam. Enjoy a visit to the Ho Chi Minh Museum and Imperial Citadel, where you can learn about the history of communism in Vietnam.
Day 15: Hanoi, Vietnam. Take a day to relax from the fast paced tour and explore Hanoi Old Quarter by foot. There are lots of optional activities in this compact capital city such as cooking classes, water puppet shows and street food tours.
Day 16: Halong Bay, Vietnam. Travel to Halong Bay, a stunning area of tranquil waters and soaring karst peaks. Enjoy an afternoon boat cruise. Then party the night away on the beach.
Day 17: Halong Bay, Vietnam. Meet the cheeky monkeys who roam the area this morning and try your hand at kayaking. This afternoon, travel back to Hanoi and then take an overnight bus to Phong Nha, arriving at 4am tomorrow morning.
Day 18: Bong Lai Village, Vietnam. Opt to cycle into nearby Bong Lai village and visit the ‘Pub with Cold Beer’. No prizes for guessing what they serve! Then spend the evening singing your heart out at some group karaoke.
Day 19: Phong Nha, Vietnam. Have a free day to explore this stunning down. Why not explore the stunning coastal caves of Phong Nha, or try your hand at some optional activities including mud-floating, zip-lining and kayaking. This evening is yours to spend as you wish.
Day 20: Hoi An, Vietnam. Hop on a 4am bus to Hoi An, arriving around midday. Explore the old town, wander along the river front and check out the wonderful Japanese and Vietnamese architecture that can be found here.
Day 21: Hoi An, Vietnam. Enjoy a free day to make the most of Hoi An. Why not dedicate the day to soaking up the sun on the beach?
Day 22: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Transfer to the city of Da Nang this morning where you will then fly to Ho Chi Minh City, arriving late morning. Head down to Ben Tanh Market for unique clothes and tasty street food.
Day 23: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Use your free day to head underground to explore the Cu Chi tunnels, which were used to smuggle people and supplies during the Vietnam war. This afternoon, you can opt to visit the War Remnants Museum and learn about the devastating effects of the Vietnam war or explore the city for yourself.
Day 24: Mekong Delta, Vietnam. Discover the stunning Mekong Delta today, with its floating markets and tranquil forests. Explore Tra Su Forest by boat and navigate the plants that grow from the water. Arrive at your hostel this evening in Chau Doc.
Day 25: Chau Doc, Vietnam – Sihanoukville, Cambodia. Cross the border into Cambodia and travel to Sihanoukville beach. From here you will transfer to KohRong, an incredible paradise island of beach relaxation and nightly partying.
Day 26: Koh Rong, Cambodia. Spend the day making the most of legendary Koh Rong. Stretch out on the beach, grab a cocktail, meet other backpackers and have the time of your life.
Day 27: Koh Rong, Cambodia. Enjoy a full day boat cruise today! Hop between exquisite local islands, visit traditional villages, snorkel in the shallows and get up close to wonderful wildlife. Tonight, you will sleep under the stars on a hammock on a deserted beach. Keep an eye out as the sun sets – when it gets dark the sea lights up with hundreds of luminous plankton!
Day 28: Sihanoukville, Cambodia. Today is dedicated to making your way back across the islands and transferring to Sihanoukville. From here, you’ll hop on a bus that’ll take you to Phnom Penh, arriving at around 6pm.
Day 29: Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Learn about Cambodia’s tragic past with a visit to the infamous S21 prison. Take an optional visit to the exquisite Grand Palace and round off the day with a night out in Phnom Penh.
Day 30: Siem Reap, Cambodia. Leave Phnom Penh behind and travel to Siem Reap. In the afternoon, you can try some weird and wonderful local delicacies, including beetles and bugs!
Day 31: Angkor Wat, Cambodia. Kick off the day with a visit to Angkor Wat at sunrise. This stunning temple complex is a real highlight of the trip. After a day of temple touring, kick back by the pool.
Day 32: Siem Reap, Cambodia – Bangkok, Thailand. Come full circle and take the bus back to Bangkok today. Enjoy a final night of celebration with your group.
Day 33: Bangkok, Thailand. Tour ends. Depart at any time. Airport transfers are not included but are easy to arrange.
China Adventure: 27 Days
This fantastic group tour takes in the very best of this enchanting country. Starting and ending in Hong Kong, you’ll discover the delights of Chengdu, the majesty of Xi’an and even spend a night camping on the Great Wall of China!
The itinerary runs as follows:
Day 1: Hong Kong. Arrive and settle into your accommodation.
Day 2-6: Yangshuo. Transfer to Yangshuo by train and experience an included bamboo rafting experience. Enjoy free time in the area before transferring to Chengdu on the evening of day 6.
Day 7-9: Chengdu. Meet Giant Pandas at a Breeding Research Centre and visit the beautiful Wenshu Temple. Travel to Chengdu on an overnight train on day 9.
Day 10-11: Xi’an. Get involved in awesome optional activities in this bustling city. Visit the impressive Terracotta Warriors, one of the wonders of the ancient world, and make a difference by volunteering at a soup kitchen or home for the disadvantaged.
Day 12-13: Dengfeng. Travel to Dengfeng and visit a local children's centre. Watch a Kung Fu show and practise your language skills during an evening Mandarin lesson. Enjoy free time on day 13 before transferring to Beijing overnight.
Day 14-16: Beijing. Tuck into a meal at a local farm before trekking to the Great Wall and setting up camp. Prepare for an unforgettable sunset/sunrise. Enjoy 2 days of free time in the city.
Day 17-19: Hangzhou – Shanghai. Explore the beautiful rural landscapes of Hangzhou. Wander the Misty Forest and climb to the peak of magical Jiuyao Mountain. Enjoy another Mandarin lesson and then take a train to Shanghai.
Day 22-22: Shanghai. Discover the most populous city in the world with 2 free days!
Day 23-25: Fujian Province. Venture into China’s picturesque Fujian province. Spend a night in a traditional roundhouse, visit local temples and camp out on a tea plantation. Pick and taste tea before taking a night train to Guangzhou.
Day 26-27: Hong Kong. Travel back to Hong Kong. Tour ends on day 27. Time to head to Japan for the next leg of your adventure!
Please note: This itinerary is for guidance only and may vary.
Please note: This tour uses public transport to get to activities and to transfer between hostels and train stations. Most overnight train journeys are unaccompanied, but one guide will put you on the train and you will be met at the end by another guide. Due to the Chinese rail booking system, we cannot guarantee that all members of the group will be seated or berthed together when travelling on trains, although our guides will make every effort to ensure you are seated as close together as possible.
Japan Adventure: 15 days
This stunning 2-week adventure shows you the fantastic culture, landmarks and people of Japan. You’ll discover vibrant cities, serene mountains and tranquil temples, plus you’ll learn new skills such a sushi making!
The itinerary runs as follows:
Day 1-5: Tokyo. Uncover the weird and wonderful life of Tokyo! Explore Shinjuku, learn to prepare sashimi, wander around the sumo training districts, witness a sword demonstration at the Samurai Museum, visit the Imperial Palace and more!
Day 6: Kamakura. See the iconic Great Buddha and enjoy drinks by the beach.
Day 7: Hakone. See Mount Fuji in style on the Hakone Ropeway and then board a pirate ship to cross Lake Ashi!
Day 8-11: Kyoto. Discover the beauty of colourful Kyoto. Wander the eastern hills, enjoy a live geisha experience, raft down the Hozagawa River, explore the Arashiyama bamboo forest, run through the red torii gates of Fushimi Inari Taisha Shrine, relax in a tranquil Buddhist rock garden and more!
Day 12: Hiroshima. Learn about the painful history of Hiroshima, the site of the world’s first nuclear attack.
Day 13-14: Osaka/Tokyo. Visit Osaka Castle and enjoy electric nightlife before enjoying a farewell trip to the Umeda Sky Tower. Return to Tokyo on Day 14 for a final night in the city.
Day 15: Tour ends. Time to jet over to Bangkok for the final stage of your adventure!
Please note: For more detailed itinerary information, please download the trip notes.
The prices will load here automatically, if this does not happen for you: Click here to view Prices
Southeast Asia Adventure
Arrive into Bangkok on day 1 of your tour. An arrival transfer is not included but is easy to arrange. Speak to a travel advisor for more advice about arrival. Your trip ends on day 33 back in Bangkok.
Arrange your flight to arrive into Hong Kong on day 1. An arrival transfer is not included but is easy to arrange. Your options include taxi or the metro. The tour ends in Hong Kong on day 27.
Arrive into Tokyo on Day 1 of the tour. Airport transfers are not included. Japan has a very efficient transport system that is easy to navigate. Take a train to Tokyo city centre for a cost of around £10.Your tour ends in Tokyo on day 15. Return airport transfers are not included.
Southeast Asia Adventure
32 nights of simple multi-share mixed dorm accommodation are included on this tour. Some nights will be spent on overnight buses and trains. The dorms sizes vary between 6-12 beds.
Meals are not included and you will need to purchase food and drink yourself. This is a great chance to immerse yourself in Southeast Asian culture. Food here is mostly very cheap and so eating out won’t break the bank!
All your accommodation is included for the duration of this tour: Travellers on this tour will have 26 nights of accommodation included. Most nights will be spent in hostels, in shared (mixed sex) rooms, usually sleeping 4 to 12 people per room.
Some nights will be spent travelling by sleeper train with triple-level flat bunks to sleep on. These are not in individual cabins but set out dorm-style in the train carriages, and you will be sharing your space with locals and other travellers alike.
You will also spend one night camping at an unrestored and unspoilt section of the Great Wall, right off the beaten tourist track. Camping gear will be provided in packs, including two-man tents, sleeping bags and a rollmat. Pillows will not be provided so you may wish to bring your own travel pillow, although bear in mind you will be carrying all your belongings with you.
Please note: Camping at the Great Wall usually takes place only during the months of May to October, or sometimes outside these times if the weather is unseasonably warm. At other times you will be staying in a guesthouse around 10 minutes walk from the wall.
Food is not included as part of this tour, but your guide will always recommend great local restaurants in which to enjoy a group meal, where you can find cheap and delicious food. An average meal will cost around 60-80RMB per person.
14 nights’ accommodation in shared hostel dorm rooms are included as part of this tour.
You will need to buy meals yourself. This offers a fantastic opportunity to immerse yourself into Japanese culture, chat to street vendors and sample local delicacies. Make sure to try delicious wagashi sweets, sizzling kushikatsu meat skewers, and of course, authentic local sushi.
The minimum age to join this group adventure is 18.
China: Travellers to China will need a visa in advance of travel, which you will need to obtain in person from your nearest Chinese visa application centre, which are located in London, Manchester and Edinburgh.You will need to book an appointment slot online, and travel to the visa application centre with your passport, application form and letter of invitation. You will then be asked to return to the visa application centre at a later date to collect your visa.Your letter of invitation will be issued to you within 3 months of your travel date, and you can then begin your visa application process. You will also be issued with a step-by-step guide which will help you with your visa application.
Please be aware that visa rules and regulations are always subject to change and it is your responsibility to check the current rules with the Chinese Embassy before you travel.
Japan: British nationals will be granted a 90-day visitor visa on arrival in Japan, which can be extended for a further 90 days while in Japan if needed.
Cambodia: Cambodian visas can either be obtained online, or upon arrival at the border (where you would need to pay the USD 35 fee).
Laos: Visas for Laos are usually issued upon arrival at the border.
Vietnam: British nationals can enter Vietnam for a maximum of 15 days without a visa. You must have at least 6 months validity remaining on your passport from the date you enter the country. If you wish to stay longer than 15 days, or wish to leave and re-enter the country within 30 days you will need to apply for a visa before travel.
Thailand: Your visitor stay duration varies depending upon how you plan to arrive into Thailand. Without a visa, British nationals arriving by air can remain in the country for a maximum of 30 days, though if you arrive across a land border this may be shorter. If you wish to stay for longer then you will need to apply for a visa before you depart the UK.
Please note: Visa rules and regulations are subject to change. Please check the embassy websites for up to date visa information.