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Explore four of Southeast Asia’s top destinations, with stays in breathtaking Hong Kong, eclectic Ho Chi Minh City, the foodie paradise of Kuala Lumpur and a beach retreat on the Cambodian island of Koh Rong
From the tantalising food to the spectacular landscapes, Southeast Asia’s incredible diversity makes it hard to choose one place to visit. With this expertly curated getaway, you can explore some of the most captivating destinations across four countries, from vibrant cities to a paradise island.
Your first stop will be Hong Kong, where shining skyscrapers meet vast green spaces and sweeping beaches. A major culinary destination as well as a shopping mecca, it’s a fast city that races to the beat of its famous dragonboats. Don’t leave without riding the Peak Tram to the summit of Victoria Peak, gazing at the huge Tian Tan Buddha and hopping aboard the iconic Star Ferry to see the iconic Hong Kong skyline in its full glory.
Next, travel to Vietnam for a stay in pulsating Ho Chi Minh City, whose chequered history is interwoven with its modern-day bars and restaurants. Delve into the past at the historic Chu Chi Tunnels – a war museum which gives an insight into the subterranean life of Vietnamese soldiers during WWII, discover the European influences on the city’s food and architecture, and get a taste for the intensely strong local coffee.
Before your third city stint, you’ll slow it down for some five-star relaxation on one of the region’s most alluring islands. Facing crystal-clear water and a powdery shore, The Royal Sands Koh Rong has a simple, barefoot character that’s nonetheless deeply luxurious. Book a boat trip for activities like snorkelling, fishing, kayaking, and excursions to neighbouring islands. It gets even better when the sun goes down - one of Sihanoukville’s most amazing spectacles is the bioluminescent plankton that glows on clear nights.
With sand in your shoes, fly to Kuala Lumpur for your final dose of Southeast Asian culture. Here, the cityscape is a mix of old and new with luscious outcrops of greenery, colonial-style tea rooms and peaceful parks where peacocks rule the roost. Use your convenient base to visit sites such as the National Monument, King's Palace, National Museum, Independence Square and Kuala Lumpur City Gallery, not forgetting the Petronas Twin Towers and the National Mosque.
Country hikes and city adventures in brilliantly varied Hong Kong
Mouthwatering eats and fascinating wartime history in Ho Chi Minh City
Tropical bliss on the white-sand island of Sihanoukville
Marvelling at the sky-high Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur
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