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Soak Up Southeast Asia’s Green Season
Southeast Asia’s green season from June to October brings refreshing rains and cool breezes that make travelling in the region a surprising delight. During this lush time of the year, curious travellers can visit popular sites with fewer crowds all against a backdrop of white fluffy clouds and mountains shrouded in rolling mist.
It’s the perfect time to plan the 7-day Khmer & Lao UNESCO Heritage Sites journey from Secret Retreats travelling from the ancient temples of Angkor in Cambodia to the hidden UNESCO site of Vat Phou in
southern Laos and beyond.
Book the journey as a whole or visit each destination individually and extend the journey to the Laotian capital of Vientiane…


Ancient Temples & Modern Accommodation in Siem Reap, Cambodia
First, experience the ultimate expression of Khmer genius, Angkor. Checking into Anjali by Syphon, this unexpected eco-friendly oasis featuring cutting-edge design comes to life during the green season with abundant flowers and tropical hanging gardens. Spend your days exploring temple ruins, dining on local organic cuisine and learning more about the Khmer culture’s past and present.



Rural Villages & More UNESCO Wonders in Champasak, Laos
Next, cross the border to Laos to find the slow life in Champasak along the Mekong River. The region takes on a particularly peaceful air during the green season, especially when staying at The River Resort. Spend a couple days leisurely cycling around, enjoying a sunset cocktail cruise, exploring the nearby UNESCO-listed Vat Phou, or discover the unique archipelago of the 4,000 Islands situated just a 2-hour drive away.
*Contact our concierge about a special Green Season offer at The River Resort now through 31 August 2019.*



Extend Your Journey to Vientiane, Laos
Discover one of Asia’s smallest and most relaxing capitals – Vientiane – staying at Lao Poet Hotel, an urban jungle retreat located in the heart of the city. Previously home of a well-known Laotian poet, the hotel has been recently refurbished taking inspiration from 1930s Indochine design interspersed with modern, creative touches. Stroll to visit Vientiane’s oldest surviving temple, Wat Si Saket and continue your day visiting Laos’ most important national monument, Pha That Luang, and Patuxai, the country’s version of the Arc de Triomphe.


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