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Elephants bathing at Mandalao in Luang Prabang, Laos

The responsible approach: Audley's elephant experiences

We’re committed to making sure the experiences we offer take a responsible approach, and that your visit has a positive effect. Read about recent work we’ve completed on our Audley Elephant Policy and our pick of the best experiences that put the wildlife first.

Orang-utan in Tabin Wildlife Reserve, Malaysian Borneo
Borneo

Orangutans in Borneo

Borneo

We would like to spend some time with the orangutans in Borneo. We love all animals and wildlife and this has been a passion of mine for some time, as these creatures are beautiful and so loving and deserve the very best care people can give them. Any advice you can give us on the best times to go and places to stay would be appreciated?

Monk gathering thoughts, Angkor Wat
Cambodia and Vietnam

Vietnam or Cambodia

Cambodia and Vietnam

My husband and I are visiting Hong Kong to see friends in mid January and cannot decide whether to travel on to Vietnam or Cambodia? I would really appreciate some advice on which has the most to offer?

Andaman coast, Thailand
Thailand

Thailand in January

Thailand

We want to go to Thailand in January but we are unsure which part to visit. We enjoy beach holidays away from commercial areas and as we're in our 50's, we don't want clubs, etc. I liked the look of Krabi and have been recommended Koh Samui. We have never been to Asia and want to go somewhere beautiful and experience Thai culture although we don't mind a two centre holiday. Finally, we do like our comforts but do not have a big budget.

Penang Taman Negara
Malaysia

Suggestions for a trip to Malaysia in August

Malaysia

I might have left it too late for this year but I would like to go to Malaysia. I could go, this year, anytime from now until 8th September 2011. I enjoy looking around historical sights, markets, etc, as well as lazing on a beach for a few days. I will be travelling alone. Any suggestions?

Preparation of Village Feast at a New House Ceremony in Western Sumba
Indonesia

Travelling to Sumba in Indonesia in January

Indonesia

I would like to travel to Sumba in Indonesia in January. How is the weather there? I have seen that it is rainy season in Sumba. Does it rain all day?

On route to Mayoyao, Ifugao province
Philippines

5 ways to experience the Philippines

Philippines

Philippines specialist Gareth describes his highlights of this varied archipelago, including Corregidor Island, the rice terraces of Mayoyao and spotting the tiny tarsier in Bohol.

Songkran ceremony for the Thai New Year
Thailand

The Songkran Water Festival

Thailand

Thailand specialist Molly recalls her experiences of the Songkran Festival during her childhood in Bangkok.

Taking goods to market in the Mekong Delta.
Vietnam and Cambodia

Mekong Delta head to head: by boat or land?

Vietnam and Cambodia

Vietnam's stretch of the Mekong offers a thrilling way to explore its sights, but there's more than one way to explore its waters. Which is right for you?

Batad rice terraces
Philippines

The Philippines: The last frontier of Southeast Asia

Philippines

Discover Southeast Asia's best-kept secret before it gets out. The Philippines archipelago is full of bountiful beaches, vibrant culture clashes and delightful wildlife.

Faces at The Bayon, Siem Reap
Cambodia

Diary of a trip to Cambodia

Cambodia

Southeast Asia specialist Mark returns from his latest trip to Cambodia, having found a country with a renewed sense of itself and its past.

Y Thao Garden Restaurant, Hue
Vietnam

Low salt diet Vietnam

Vietnam

My wife and I are thinking of a trip to Vietnam. I am hesitant however, because I am on a very low sodium (salt) diet. I love Asian food, but know that much of it, especially the soups and sauces are very high in sodium. For example, I would assume that pho is entirely off limits. Will I be able to find restaurants that will be able to accommodate my restriction? Thanks for your advice.

Kayaking in Halong Bay
Vietnam

Family trip to Vietnam at Christmas

Vietnam

We have two teenage children and are really interested in visiting Vietnam over Christmas. Is Vietnam a child-friendly place and is there much for them to do?

Ta Prohm, Siem Reap
Cambodia

Cambodian temples

Cambodia

My husband and I are interested in going to Cambodia mainly to see the temples in Siem Reap. We would like to spend two weeks out there and want to see as much of the local culture as possible, but is there much more to see other than the temples?

Hanoi,Vietnam
Vietnam

Vietnam self-drive

Vietnam

Hi, I was wondering if it would be possible to arrange a self-drive trip along the Ho Chi Minh trail, and if so, what sort of price would I be looking at and when is the best time to go?

Faces at The Bayon, Siem Reap
Vietnam and Cambodia

Vietnam and Cambodia gluten free

Vietnam and Cambodia

I would like to visit Vietnam and Cambodia with my husband and a couple of friends. I have coeliac disease and it's essential there is no gluten in my diet. Friends have advised me not to visit these countries, assuming I will find it difficult to find suitable meals. I would be interested to find out your view on this before I take my plans any further? If you could reply to me by email it would be much appreciated.

Tamil Tea Picker, Pedro tea plantation, Near Nuwara Eliya
Thailand and Vietnam

Thailand and Vietnam

Thailand and Vietnam

My husband will be working overseas for several months and has his first leave in May. We're looking for somewhere where we can "reconnect" with a balance of seclusion, luxury, unspoilt beaches, delicious food and a temperature in mid 20s! Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia, all appeal but it looks like it would be rainy. He will be flying out of Dubai where I will join him. Can you advise on the best option?

Si Satchanalai National Park
Thailand

Uncover Thailand's hidden sites and experiences

Thailand

Ride a brand new train, cook with a celebrated Thai chef or trek through a national park by torchlight. Our Thailand specialists share their top hidden spots, as well as some new experiences that haven’t made the guidebooks yet.

View of the towers at Angkor Wat, Siem Reap
Cambodia

Audley Guide Awards 2017

Cambodia

We’re proud of our hand-picked guides, who help you absorb the local culture, navigate challenging terrain or uncover hidden spots that few visitors discover. Find out more about our 2017 Guide Awards where we celebrated the best of the best in Siem Reap, Cambodia.

Legong Dancer, Bali
Indonesia

The other side of Bali

Indonesia

Indonesia's iconic isle is known for its sun spots, but look beyond the beach bars for a wilder land rich in history, rugged hills and untouched coasts...

Petronas Towers, KL
Malaysia

48 hours in Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia

Delicious food, traditional Malay architecture and skyscrapers. Southeast Asia specialist Rebecca recommends how to spend 48 hours in Malaysia's capital Kuala Lumpur.

Feeding time at Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre
Borneo and Burma (Myanmar)

Family adventure in Borneo & Burma

Borneo and Burma (Myanmar)

Dr Francoise Lyons and her family travelled to Borneo and Burma with Audley, where they experienced the wildlife, jungle and islands the countries had to offer.

Curious children in Ha Giang
Vietnam

Northern Exposure: visiting Vietnam’s final frontier

Vietnam

Epic scenery, precariously perched villages and buzzing markets. The land of the ascending dragon still has plenty of secrets to reveal.

Lahu and Hmong musicians, Lanjia Lodge, Thailand
Thailand

At home with a hilltribe in Thailand

Thailand

Thailand offers so much more than beautiful beaches. Thailand specialist Mark Hutton travelled to the country's lush north to dance, eat, harvest and hike with the fascinating Lahu hilltribe.

Dawn balloon flight over the temples of Bagan
Burma (Myanmar)

A photographer’s view of Burma (Myanmar)

Burma (Myanmar)

With his camera in hand, Barrie Parker recently took a trip with us to Myanmar. His travels took him to the temples of Bagan, the floating gardens on Inle Lake and the golden facade of the Shwedagon Pagoda at sunset.

Father and son heading home - Tonle Sap
Vietnam

Adventure travel in Vietnam

Vietnam

From hiking in Ha Giang to biking through the Mekong Delta, Vietnam has endless adventures to offer the active traveler.

Pho bo (Vietnamese beef noodles), a classic dish eaten throughout Vietnam
Vietnam

Foodie tour of Vietnam

Vietnam

We've highlighted our favourite dishes and where to try them on this guide to a food tour of Vietnam.

The crumbled ruins of Preah Vihear
Cambodia

Cambodia’s Preah Vihear temple is back on the map

Cambodia

Cambodia specialist Mark Hotham camped at Preah Vihear just before a territorial dispute closed it off for travellers. Once again safe to visit, Mark explains why this off-the-beaten-track temple is making a happy return to Cambodia travel plans.

Vietnamese junk boats in Halong Bay
Vietnam

Designing the trip of a lifetime to Vietnam

Vietnam

Audley Vietnam Senior Specialist Mark Robinson shares his insight on crafting the Vietnam UNESCO Discovery itinerary – named one of National Geographic Traveller’s 50 Tours of a Lifetime in 2015.

Marine life, Bali
Indonesia

Bali honeymoon

Indonesia

We are looking for honeymoon ideas in June/July. We love our adventure holidays like shark diving in South Africa but want to try somewhere different. We would still like to have a relaxing time during or at the end of our honeymoon. We really would love some help deciding.