They are the smallest countries in South East Asia but certainly worth a visit! Each one of them has a unique feel that is unlike any other country in the region. Check out our guides below!
One of the richest and most developed countries in South East Asia, Singapore feels like another world. Say goodbye to tuk tuks, street food and stray dogs, and say hello to spotlessly clean streets, an efficient metro system and glitzy skyscrapers. Check out our guide to Singapore here.
- Brunei Darussalam
The smallest and one of the least visited countries in South East Asia, Brunei is a strict Muslim country with towering mosques and colourful markets. Check out our day-by-day guide to the city here.
- East Timor
East Timor is a destination to watch! It has a very troubled past, and backpackers who ventured there found that there was little infrastructure for them, and the hotels were expensive because they were used to catering to NGOs and UN workers. That is starting to change. There are daily flights from Darwin, Australia, a few cruise ships are adding it to their itineraries and backpackers are starting to visit. It’s on the cusp of a backpacking boom. And, with caves, amazing treks, waterfalls, hot springs, miles of unspoilt beaches and incredible diving and snorkeling opportunities – it looks like it will become more and more popular! Check out our exclusive guide here!