If you're in charge of the family vacation this year, don't pack the car. Pack your family's passports and do something truly unforgettable. Take a rickshaw. Walk through a long-lost city. Explore mysterious temples. Discover vibrant cultures, watching your family's eyes grow wider each day. Pack in a week's worth of unforgettable. Pack your bags for Vietnam and Cambodia.
1-2 On foot and rickshaw, take in Hanoi's treelined boulevards, French colonial architecture, lakes and parks | Indulge in some of Asia's tastiest cuisine | Depending on the season, enjoy delicate peach blooms, the blaze of flame trees along the Perfume riverbank or the profusion of lotus blossoms on Tinh Tam Lake.
3-4 Wander through Hué, once the capital of imperial Vietnam, taking in its historic sites | Hoi An is Vietnam's oldest town, beautifully preserved and a delight to discover | Bike over Ocean Clouds Pass en route to Danang.
5-6 Search for keepsakes on Cam Kim, an island famous for ornate wood carvings | Pedal past bucolic settlements and vibrant green rice paddies | Kids get to know local Vietnamese farmers who teach them how to plant rice and tend water buffalo | Two-wheel it through the ruins of Angkor, a metropolis built by Khmer kings.
7-8 Visit Angkor Wat's iconic temples such as Bayon and Ta Prohm | Bike past ox carts and traditional stilt houses | Spin through peaceful, seemingly undiscovered rural villages | Take a sunrise bike ride to Angkor Wat and explore on foot through the temple grounds.