Experience the diverse cultures of Cambodia, Vietnam and Singapore all in one trip with this deal from The Holiday Place. Saving £1000, this 12-night guided tour that takes in must-see sights such as Angkor Wat and the Killing Fields is now £1699 per person. In full, it includes:
The jam-packed itinerary starts in Siem Reap, Cambodia, for a tour of the area's attractions, including the Roluos Group of temples, Tonle Sap -- the largest freshwater lake in South East Asia -- and UNESCO World Heritage Site Angkor Wat, described as ''the chief reason to visit Cambodia'', by Rough Guides.
From there, travel to Phnom Penh for an insight into Cambodia's turbulent history. Condé Nast Traveller cites visits to the Royal Palace, the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum and the Killing Fields as ''essential to understanding how far the country has progressed''.
Next, transfer to Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam to experience the vast underground networks of Cu Chi and the Mekong Delta waterways on a sampan boat.
Finally, fly to Singapore -- a ''sizzling playground-du-jour'' according to the The Daily Telegraph. Here, ambitious architecture dominates the skyline, while a deluge of highly rated restaurants and affordable street food have earned the city the status of Asia's culinary capital.
Travel from London Heathrow on select weekdays from 20 August to 4 December. It is an extra £30 per person to depart on weekends. International flights are with Singapore Airlines.
Transfers are not included and can be added for £60 per person for the duration of the trip.
Book by 17 July.
It is £100 more per person to depart on 21 January-31 March, 2014. It is an extra £300 per person to travel on 10 July-19 August, 2013; 1 April-30 June, 2014; September, 2014.
Click here for more information and the breakdown of the itinerary.