Our team at InsideAsia Tours
The sun never sets on the InsideAsia Tours team (well, maybe on Sundays) and here you can meet the people behind our Southeast Asian tours and holidays.
We have a wide range of backgrounds and interests, but you can be sure that the one thing that ties us all together is a love of travel, foreign cultures and a passionate desire to share that with other people.
From the accounts department, through the travel consultant teams to the tour leaders and guides on the ground, you can rest assured that everything we do is to make sure you have the best possible experience in Asia.
Enfys is the driving force behind InsideVietnam Tours, co-ordinating her team of consultants whilst making sure all our customers are kept happy on their trips to Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos and Burma.
Originally from Snowdonia in North Wales, Enfys began her career in the travel industry before joining the InsideAsia team in 2012. With an impressive two years of backpacking across various continents under her belt, Enfys is ideally placed to advise our customers on how to make the most of their time in Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos and Burma, and over the years she has created hundreds of inspiring trips to the area.
Enfys returns to Southeast Asia at least every six months to assess hotels and to try out day trips and tours, so she has a precise and up-to-date knowledge of exactly what sort of package to recommend to each individual client. Her top tip for travelling in any Southeast Asian destination is to take your time - really experience the place you're in, rather than zooming off before you've even settled in.
Where is your favourite place in Southeast Asia, and why?
"It would be impossible to choose one. I love appreciating the differences between our three destinations in Indochina. Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos tend to get lumped together as neighbours, but they are in fact three very different and culturally distinct countries.
"In Laos I love Luang Prabang (who doesn't), and the 4,000 islands. In Cambodia nothing beats the Angkor Temples - though I recommend avoiding the crowds by heading to some of the less-visited temples hidden in the jungle. In Vietnam it's got to be the beaches! Adding a beach stay to a Vietnam trip is the icing on the cake for me."