Part of what makes Asia such a magical place is the astounding number of contrasts it serves up across destinations. We’ve taken the concept of multi-country touring and turned the volume up, combining in-your-face encounters with intimate cultural interactions and a healthy serving of highlights to ensure travellers make the most of their time in Asia.
EXPLORE OUR ASIA
Home to the world’s largest and most populous nations, Asia constitutes roughly 30% of earth’s land area and is home to a staggering 60% of its human population.
Growing from humble roots in Vietnam, EXO shares the wonders of this magical part of the world through transformative multi-country journeys that span most of Southeast Asia (Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, Cambodia, Myanmar, Laos, Indonesia, Singapore) and East Asia (China and Japan).
From UNESCO Heritage sites and tasty culinary outings to adventurous trekking adventures and everything in between, our Multi-country tours showcase the very best of Asia.
Enchanting Oriental Express Bangkok to Singapore
- Visit the iconic Grand Palace of Thailand
- Enchanting Eastern & Oriental Express ride
- Indulge in gastronomic feasts onboard
- Discover Kanchanaburi town
- See the futuristic gardens of Singapore
Cambodia & Myanmar in Depth
- Discover Cambodia and Myanmar
- Be charmed by friendly locals
- See incredible Angkor Wat
- Wander amid Bagan’s temples
- Travel through rural villages
Cambodia to Thailand, Temples and Tropical Hideaways
- Explore the Angkor temples
- Visit vibrant Phnom Penh
- Relax on tropical islands
- Trek through the Cardamom jungle
- Catch a glimpse of Bangkok
Whether it’s a gorgeous beachside resort, charming boutique hotel or anything in between, our list of preferred hotels represent the very best options across Asia for any traveller.
WHEN TO GO & WEATHER
China and Japan, experience four seasons roughly equivalent with the western hemisphere. Throughout much of Southeast Asia, seasonal fluctuations is more about precipitation than temperature, with seasonality being divided into wet and dry seasons based on the path of the annual monsoon.