Honeymoons in Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos
What Southeast Asia does better than anywhere we know is combine relaxation and cultural interest in one place. Across the region many of our favourite destinations have both fascinating historic sites to stimulate the mind and beautiful, relaxing resort-style accommodation to soothe the senses - the perfect combination for a wonderful honeymoon. In Vietnam we know you'll love ancient Hoi An and its neighbour Hue; head over to Cambodia to combine temple discovery with relaxation at Siem Reap or visit Luang Prabang, the spiritual heart of Laos.
The key to any honeymoon is stress-free travel and relaxation so that you and your partner can concentrate on having the very best time together. Our packages are designed to ensure that all the complicated matters are taken care of, leaving you to enjoy your precious holiday time without having to worry about the logistics.
Recommended Honeymoons Experiences
This itinerary provides a great mix of romantic relaxation and exciting cultural experiences, with luxurious accommodation throughout.
From the magnificent temples of Angkor to the idyllic white sands of Koh Rong, this itinerary takes you on a lavish adventure through Cambodia.
Honeymoons accommodation across Indochina
Cham Villas (Mui Ne)
A delightful small boutique resort mere metres from the beach
Cham Villas is a delightful boutique resort located just a short drive from the centre of Mui Ne town. This charming resort offers just eighteen simple but beautifully appointed villas; each with a king sized four poster bed, a bathroom (all with large windows opening out onto to a small private tropical garden), and a terrace or patio for a relaxing. The beautifully tended tropical gardens create a sanctuary from the busy streets of Mui Ne. Boasting a traditional spa, a large emerald green swimming pool, and an open-air restaurant nestled between the villas, Cham Villas provides a wonderful setting in which to relax and unwind. All rooms come with air-conditioning, TV, mini Bar, room service and free Wifi as standard.
Satri House (Luang Prabang)
This charming property on the outskirts of Luang Prabang boasts colonial history and immaculate grounds
Built at the turn of the century this boutique hotel has just 15 rooms on offer. Situated in the heart of Luang Prabang and with an excellent onsite restaurant the 3 Nagas is a charming hotel, rich in history and is a great choice for visitors. The hotel also offer a few bikes to borrow and as a sister hotel to the luxurious Hotel De La Paix, guests at the 3 Nagas can use the pool and spa here (subject to availability) which is just a short taxi ride away.
Navutu Dreams Resort & Wellness Retreat (Siem Reap)
The Navutu Dreams Resort is an unexpected oasis situated just outside of Siem Reap. A short tuk tuk ride will take you away from the bustling streets of the town, down a dirt track to the doors of this wonderful boutique hotel. In amongst lush gardens are a collection of white-washed buildings, set around two deep blue swimming pools and a circular, open-walled restaurant in the centre of the resort. This welcoming property has just 18 rooms, all of which are spacious and simply dressed in light tones and natural elements which creates a wonderful sanctuary for guests who want to combine their sightseeing with a peaceful retreat. The hotel also has a lovely Spa and offers yoga classes. There is a free tuk tuk taxi service into town, and you can make your own way back for around $3.
Phum Biatang Resort (Siem Reap)
Phum Baitang is a beautiful property exceptional in its design which replicates a traditional Cambodian village.
The luxury resort which opened in September 2015 features 45 traditionally designed stilted villas. Located a short drive from the centre of Siem Reap is set within eight hectares of lush gardens and paddy fields ensuring for a truly peaceful and memorable experience. The spacious wooden villas, with either private terrace or pool, are dotted about the compound. They are finished to a very high standard, inspired by traditional Cambodian design. The resort features a large salt water pool with bar and restaurant overlooking the paddy fields. There is also a beautiful spa designed to look like an ancient Khmer temple with a wide variety of treatments as well as saunas, a steam room and traditional outdoor Japanese bath. A separate bar designed to look like a traditional rural home has amazing sunset views over the rice fields.
The Beige (Siem Reap)
The Beige offers a truly unique experience; a luxurious tented camp in the heart of the Angkorian jungles.
“Beige” generally refers to bland upholstery and ordinary carpets. The Beige in Siem Reap however, is anything but dull. Located in the lush surrounding jungle of the incredible temples of Angkor, eight luxurious, colonial-style tented guest rooms dot the forest beside a river. A real escape from the hustle and bustle of Siem Reap town, here you are in the isolated wilderness, just a stones throw from the ancient ruins.
This is no ordinary camping… the villa-sized tents are all air-conditioned, with private terraces accompanied by indoor-outdoor baths. You will have assistants on hand for everything from rolling up tent panels to drawing baths to arranging excursions and tours. There's a spa tent as well as a yoga platform, and a library, a communal fireplace for lounging and an incredible infinity pool surrounded by dense jungle. And it's all accompanied by organic Khmer cuisine made largely from ingredients produced by the Beige's own farm.
Almanity Hoi An (Hoi An)
Relax and unwind at this spa themed hotel, with daily relaxation and massage sessions included
The Almanity provides a relaxing retreat that goes hand-in-hand with Hoi An's laid-back atmosphere. Included in your stay is a daily "spa journey" at the My Chi Spa, which will include a combination of steam/sauna, massage treatments, and movement practice – all designed to appeal to spa treatment connoisseurs and first timers alike. There are also introductory yoga sessions each morning to complement the spa journeys.
The Almanity prides itself on introducing local culture to its guests, so the breakfast menu combines local delicacies purchased at Hoi An's market with the hotel's own menu. In the evening, the restaurant takes you on a culinary journey across the world with Vietnamese, French, Japanese and grill kitchens. The light and airy guest rooms are simply designed, with dark woods and tiled floors providing touches of local tradition. Rooms come with either a bath tub or a shower so be sure to put in a request for your preference in advance. Although not the most central of Hoi An's hotels, the old quarter is just a 15-minute walk away or a very short taxi journey.