Family holidays in Vietnam, Cambodia & Laos
Your individually tailored trip is designed to take away all the hassle of planning a family vacation. During the planning process you'll be dealing one of our experts from start to finish - someone who can understand the different needs of a three year-old and a ten year-old, and who can recommend the right destinations, accommodation and activities for your family holiday.
From the moment you arrive, you'll have your own private guides and vehicles on hand to make your journey as relaxing as possible, allowing you to enjoy your family vacation without having to worry about the logistics. Safe and reliable domestic flights will transport you quickly and efficiently between destinations, minimising stress and maximising your opportunity to get to know the unique cultures of Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos.
Recommended Family Holidays Experiences
Family Holidays itineraries
Whether you've got teenagers in tow or you're just young at heart – get active as you cave, cycle and kayak through Vietnam.
Meet elephants, stay in the jungle and kayak along rivers on this adventurous family itinerary.
Family Holidays accommodation across Indochina
Homestay (Ba Be)
The homestay in Pac Ngoi village is a great base for discovering Ba Be National Park. The village itself is located on the edge of the lake, next to rice paddies and surrounded by rainforest clad mountains. The homestay facilities are fairly basic and you will be staying with a welcoming host family in their home, a traditional Tay stilted house with a terrace overlooking the rice fields and lake. You will have a private room with shared Western-style bathrooms and be served a delicious home cooked dinner. Your hosts don't speak a great deal of English but are eager to communicate with the help of books and hand gestures, and of course your guide is around too.
Hanoi La Siesta Hotel & Spa (Hanoi)
Explore the Old Quarter from this conveniently located and elegantly stylish hotel
As part of the Elegance Hotel family, La Siesta boasts clean, well presented and spacious rooms in the heart of Hanoi's Old Quarter. This hotel makes a great base to explore all Hanoi has to offer, or get away from the chaos of the city and enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of the hotel, paying a visit to the spa or the movie room. The staff are warm and friendly and the hotel restuarant offers a good choice of evening meals if you don't want to head back out into the city.
Kamu Lodge (Luang Prabang)
The Kamu Lodge is an authentic eco-lodge on the banks of the Mekong, just three hours upstream from Luang Prabang. Based on the philosophy that contact with nature is essential to relieving stress, the lodge offers a range of activities interacting with, and learning from local people about traditional farming and fishing methods.
Mövenpick Hotel (Hanoi)
Located in the heart of Hanoi's business district, close to both the French and Old Quarters, the Mövenpick Hotel Hanoi is a sleek property featuring clean, well equipped and furnished rooms. While echoing the international standards that Mövenpick is known for, the Hanoi property pays tribute to its location by offering famed Vietnamese hospitality and a classy exterior design reminiscent of the French-colonial era. All rooms have LCD flat screen TVs and a wide selection of international cable TV channels. mini bar, IDD telephone, personal safe, tea- and coffee-making amenities are also available. Broadband cable and wifi Internet is accessible in all guest rooms and throughout the public areas of the hotel. Other hotel facilities include an excellent gym, a restaurant and cocktail lounge.
Victoria Angkor Resort & Spa (Siem Reap)
A fantastically located luxury option, with beautiful views of the manicured Royal Gardens
The delightful colonial-style Victoria Angkor Resort & Spa sits in one of Siem Reap's finest location, overlooking the Royal Gardens and just a short walk from the markets, restaurants and cafes in the centre of town. The property is constructed around a large, attractive pool, with two spacious restaurants serving both French and Cambodian cuisine opening out onto the leafy central courtyard. Rooms are spacious and attractively furnished, many with small private balconies overlooking the pool. For its combination of style, service and location the Victoria is one of the best in Siem Reap.