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
A family holiday with an adventurous twist! Traverse Cambodia from its ancient wonders and colonial towns to its pristine jungles and beautiful beaches.
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
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.
Boutique Hoi An Resort (Hoi An)
Located approximatley ten minutes by car from the historical UNESCO World Heritage site of Hoi An's 'Old Quarter' this beautiful beachside resort is a fusion of French style and modern, Vietnamese elegance. The delicate combination of French and Vietnamese flavours and decor creates an ambience of style, comfort and luxury. The main hotel building holds the majority of the rooms with surrounding villas dotted in the grounds around the pool. There is a lovely onsite restaurant and an elegant infinity pool that forms the centrepiece of the grounds, providing excellent views up to the impressive hotel, and out towards the ocean.
Silk Path Hotel (Hanoi)
The Silk Path is an attractive, contemporary hotel located within the city's Old Quarter, 15 minutes' walk from Hoan Kiem Lake. The hotel is surrounded by local restaurants and a great variety of shopping options. The rooms are well equipped and comfortable, with light and attractive public spaces and facilities are in keeping with the standard of hotel.
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.
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.