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Just one of Indonesia’s ridiculously beautiful beaches
Lush rice paddies in Ubud, Bali
A Javanese Buddha statue at sunset
Prambanan temples at sunset
Exploring ancient cities (soooo many stairs!)
Dolphin encounter in Lovina
Mount Bromo's lava landscape
Bedugul market
Kintamani's market and holy Mount Agung
Padang Bai's beaches
Mount Rinjani trek
Gili Islands
Borobudur temple complex
Bandung
Solo
The bustling streets and cyclos of Saigon
Vietnam's northern capital Hanoi
Cai Be floating market and the longtail boats of the Mekong
Sapa hill tribes
Nha Trang cruise - the islands of the South China Sea
Trek through Yok Don National Park
Grab some lunch at Dalat Market
Learn new road rules in Vietnam
Bahn mi by the roadside in the French Quarter
The best kind of breakfast
Cu Chi Tunnels - the underground network of the Viet Minh and Viet Cong
National flags wave in the wind
Dalat hill station
Salted fish fry over hot coals just in time for dinner
Perfume River cruise to the Thien Mu Pagoda and royal mausoleum of Emperor Tu Duc
  • Trips & tours in South East Asia

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  • Five facty-things about Asia

    • About South East Asia
      If your ideal getaway involves a jungle tree house a la Tarzan and snuggling into a young Leo DiCaprio on deserted beaches, then hop on over to South-East Asia, stat.
    • Whether you wanna get your Indiana Jones on at ancient Angkor Wat, climb the epic Mt Kinabalu or drift across Burma’s Inle Lake, this magical region is packed to the brim with the best of the tropics.
    • So jump on a Geckos’ South-East Asia trip and swim beneath Laotian waterfalls, crawl through Viet Cong tunnels, hang out at Halong Bay, surf perfect Balinese waves, gorge on tom yum in Thailand and let the friendly folk, food and fun fill you up with the good holiday vibes.
    • Broken records:
      Thailand holds the Guinness World Record for longest condom chain and most Mini coopers in convoy (444 cars parked to spell out ‘Long Live the King’).
    • Fish sauce bonanza:
      Vietnam produces more than 200 million litres of fish sauce each year.
    • Name change:
      Laos was originally called Lan Xang Hom Khao (Million Elephants, White Parasol).
    • A matter of detail:
      Why use 10 words when you can use a thousand – the Burmese mantra.
    • Island nation:
      Indonesia is made up of 17,508 islands.
  • Past Travellers' Ratings & Comments

    Land of Laobodia

    Jacqueline - Australia, 1 May, 2013
    5
    Overall Rating

    I have done a number of Geckos trips now and this would be one of my highlights. There were only 5 of us during the Thailand and Laos component and this was an ideal number. The group expanded to 10 in Cambodia, and unfortunately, there were 1 or 2 passengers who needed a lesson in cultural awareness and sensitivity. This however, is not an issue Geckos can control, and it didn't affect my enjoyment of the experience, it was just an embarrassment to me as they were of the same nationality as myself. I felt like apologizing for their behavior.

    Tales of Thailand

    Faruk - Canada, 5 May, 2013
    3
    Overall Rating

    overall great activities and great to travel with enthusiastic travelers I don't mind travelling for a few hours in a bus or train but a full day of that is too much. 1 person and myself ended up dropping the overnight train and took a flight from ChiangRai to Bangkok instead. otherwise it would have been a full day of travelling.

    Vive Vietnam

    Craig - Australia, 27 Apr, 2013
    5
    Overall Rating

    This trip was fantastic! so many optional tours to do at every location. we went snorkaling in nah trang, swimming and kyaking in Ha Long Bay, Rode bicycles all around Hue An, shpped, got customer clothes made with superb quality and shared some fantastic views, meals and drinks with friends and some new local friends. Couldnt have asked for a better holiday.

  • Where we go in South East Asia