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
Take the family on a Laos adventure they will never forget. Bath with elephants, kayak through limestone karsts, fly through the jungle on zip wires, and cycle the hidden 4000 Islands.
Take the family on an exploration of northern Vietnam, through vibrant cities, rural villages and dramatic landscapes, with fun and family-friendly experiences at every turn.
Family Holidays accommodation across Indochina
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.
Sun Spa Resort (Phong Nha National Park)
At the tip of a small peninsula close to the town of Quang Binh, and a short drive from Dong Hoi Station and Airport is the expansive Sun Spa Resort. The original section of the property, surrounding the attractive swimming pool and overlooking the beach beyond, was built in 2004 and contains the majority of the spacious guest rooms. The property offers numerous activities and excursions, but please note watersports are very limited during the autumn and winter seasons when the sea is often rough.
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.
Palm Garden Resort (Hoi An)
Set amidst 5 hectares of landscaped gardens, with its own private 220 metre stretch of beach and yet only 5 minutes by car from the old city of Hoi An, the Palm Garden Resort makes for a relaxing stay in this historic destination. The hotel has a well-sized swimming pool, full spa and two restaurants to choose from as well as the Contino Club Bar which often features live local music. Beach-side the hotel provides parasols and lounge chairs and facilities for beach volleyball and football. You can enoy snooker and table tennis free of charge at the games room and the hotel has its own modern futness centres as well. Water sports and cycle hire can also easily be arranged. There is a play area for kids with baby-sitting services available on request. The hotel operates a free of charge shuttle bus service which takes you in to historic centre of Hoi An and we would recommend mixing up your dining between the hotel and the restaurants in the old city.
Mango Home Riverside (Mekong Delta)
Relax in the Delta as you take advantage of the fantastic tours this homestay style accommodation has on offer
Located on the banks of a broad tributary of the Mekong River, in the heart of the Delta, is the delightful and secluded Mango Home Riverside. Facilities are simple but comfortable, and the resort is rightly renowned for the fresh and delicious local fare they produce for their guests. There is a new outdoor pool and excursions by bike, sampan and on foot are on offer from the resort, making this a fantastic base from which to explore the rich and fascinating local life in the Mekong Delta.
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.