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 glamorous itinerary blends the cultural and scenic highlights of Vietnam with the most elegant colonial-era hotels and exclusive beach resorts.
From ancient temples and deserted islands to wildlife spotting in isolated jungles, camp your way through Cambodia in the most luxurious lodges in Asia.
Honeymoons accommodation across Indochina
Six Senses Ninh Van Bay (Nha Trang)
The Six Senses Nin Van Bay, Vietnam resort and Spa is a world renowned hotel.
Accessible only by speedboat, this resort is a beautifully set on in its own private bay. The thatched villas are pleasantly dotted around the bay taking full advantage of the spacious area. The use of natural materials, light and open spaces coupled with the staggering views creates a harmonious and luxurious space which allows guests to relax in this beautiful bay. The only traffic you will hear is the sound of guests taking a leisurely cycle or possibly the sound of a passing speed boat which just ads to the tranquil ambience of this resort.
Mia Mui Ne (Mui Ne)
Mia Mui Ne is a small and exclusive boutique resort located in the centre of Mui Ne.
Situated right on the private beachfront it offers a haven of tranquillity and relaxation for couples and families alike. The tastefully furnished rooms have their own seating area and the always friendly staff will be attentive to your needs.
Settha Palace (Vientiane)
The former 1930's family mansion is finest place to stay in the capital.
The Settha Palace is Vientiane's most historic hotel set in a beautiful colonial building constructed in 1932. The hotel exudes classical elegance of a bygone era. Guest rooms are spacious with high ceilings, beautiful rosewood four poster beds, writing desks and sofas. Boasting the largest swimming pool in Vientiane set in an exotic garden, an elegant restaurant and relaxing spa on site, it's the perfect place to base yourself while exploring Laos' sleepy capital.
La Veranda Resort Phu Quoc (Phu Quoc Island)
Set away from the main road on a beautiful stretch of Long Beach, La Veranda, part of the M-Gallery collection, is a fabulous, colonial-style resort. Guest rooms are decorated in stylish soft colours, with high ceilings and unique floor mosaics. The resort is set in beautiful lush gardens with palm trees and banana palms shading the footpaths as you make your way towards the emerald pool and soft sandy beach. Facilties include a wonderful spa and two restaurants: one in the hotel with an elegant veranda, and the second offers al fresco dining set in the gardens, overlooking the ocean. The attention to detail and the interior decoration throughout this resort create a superb ambience of calm sophistication.
Maison Souvannaphoum (Luang Prabang)
This historical and refined boutique hotel in the heart of Lunag Prabang is great for exploring the nearby markets
The Maison Souvannaphoum is a charming and historic boutique hotel in a great location not far from the night market. Fortunately it sits just outside the protected UNESCO World Heritage area which means this hotel can have a swimming pool, and it's a lovely oasis of tranquillity in a quiet spot behind the restaurant. The main building was once the residence of the late Prince Souvanna Phouma, four-time Prime Minister of Laos, and so the whole hotel offers a refined blend of French colonial architecture with Lao motifs. Guest rooms are not huge, but well designed and decorated with traditional dark Lao furniture and modern red touches. All have good en-suite shower rooms.