Along the Blue-Roads in Asia
See the allure of Asia by taking the scenic route with Blue-Roads Touring Co., who will uncover the true heart of your chosen destination within Asia while keeping you situated in total luxury.
The ultimate adventure, Asia offers endless experiences as varied as visiting ancient gold temples to traversing ultra-modern cities. Bold flavors and exquisite cuisine can be found both at street carts and at three-Michelin star restaurants. Natural beauty also sprawls out endlessly in rolling hills and majestic mountains with panoramic views that are truly breathtaking.
With so much to discover, Blue-Roads knows just the way, revealing hidden gems and local secrets to take travelers along the road less traveled to remote surprises and the iconic sights. Truly delve deep into the culture by meeting locals and visiting regions other touring companies don’t go. Taking the Blue-Roads is the quickest route towards a deep immersion into a range of destinations within stunning and fascinating Asia, always led by a professional Tour Leader who knows the land inside and out.
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Some of their tours in Asia include these comprehensive and thrilling trips:
Wonders of Thailand
This wondrous and exotic tour takes you through tropical Thailand, past shimmering temples, celestial beaches, and fascinating (and beyond tasty) downtowns and villages boasting a vibrant street food scene. Discover traditional rural Thailand as well and meet locals and get a taste for what it’s like to live there in the country. Also enjoy a home cooked meal prepared by a local family. Visit Patara Elephant Farm and enjoy a truly unique and mesmerizing experience by hanging out with these majestic creatures in their natural habitat. Watch a dance and music show in Kanchanaburi, take a walking tour in Chiang Mai, cruise through stunning natural beauty, and gaze in awe at the Golden Buddha at Wat Traimit, the Grand Palace, the Buffalo Conservation Village, and other amazing sights.
Bangkok & the River Kwai
Discover natural beauty on a grand scale by way of a long-tailed boat to head down Bangkok’s khlong’s (or canals), at one time the main mode of transportation, making this the “Venice of the East.” The River Kwai is perhaps best known as the setting for the 1957 classic film The Bridge on the River Kwai. Filming on another classic, The Deer Hunter, starring Robert De Niro, was also done here, so there’s a big cinematic draw as well. Enjoy a home cooked meal by a local family and learn about Thailand’s traditional Mon culture, and even spend the night in a local river camp right in the jungle. Immerse in the culture off-the-beaten-path but also at informative and illuminating museums about the local history.
Flavors of Vietnam
If food is always on your mind, this total immersion into the flavors of the region will satiate those taste buds. Feast on Vietnamese classics in a replica 19th-century Hue House surrounded by stunning gardens, all while delving into the history and mysteries of Vietnam. Enjoy arguably the world’s best street food on an evening walk along narrow and winding streets in Hanoi, and meet with locals for an authentic home cooked meal and take part in a Vietnamese cooking class. Beyond the food, meet a traditional papier-mâché mask-making family in Hanoi’s Old Quarters and visit important sites like the Imperial Palace, Saigon Opera House, War Remnants Museum, Cu Chi Tunnels, and other places that will fascinate and enlighten you along your flavorful quest into the heart of Vietnam.
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The immersive and memorable way to explore Asia is by taking the Back-Roads. Experience the Blue-Roads difference for yourself.