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How to celebrate Father’s Day in Southeast Asia

Go trekking in Vietnam

It is notoriously hard to choose and buy presents for father, which means that the sock and tie approach is usually the most popular option. Why don’t you surprise him with something different and exciting this year by booking travel in Southeast Asia with your Dad on Father’s Day? Traveling with your father must be one of the most rewarding present that lasts your lifetime. Let’s check out these unique Father’s Day ideas on some unique activities that both of you will love while traveling around Southeast Asia. Why not create an unforgettable holiday with your Dad? For more information, you can click: Best Indochina tours

With the round up of things to do an awesome time is certainly on the cards this coming Sunday whether your father is into trekking, thrilling ride or just chilling with a few beers.

History of Father’s day

Celebrated on the 19th March (St. Joseph’s Day) since the Middle Ages in Catholic Europe, Father’s Day is a celebration held with the aim of celebrating fatherhood, male parenting, paternal bonds, and their influence in society and of course, honoring fathers all over the world. The Portuguese and Spanish brought this celebration to Latin America, where Father’s day still takes place on the 19th March while the Americas and many countries in Europe have adopted the U.S. date, which falls on the third Sunday in June.

Quick Facts

Father’s Day is celebrated on different dates worldwide.

  • Father’s Day 2017: Sunday, June 18, 2017
  • Father’s Day 2018: Sunday, June 17, 2018

Travel in Southeast Asia with Dad on Father’s day

Tip 1: Treat dad to a spa day

Treat dad to a spa day

Treat dad to a spa day- source: internet

Only mom can get a spa day? It is nonsense. Treating your hardworking dad to a relaxing day at the spa where he can indulge in a facial or a professional shave or a luxurious massage is the best way to show him tender loving care. Your dad will certainly come away well relaxed and ready for the next working weeks!

Tip 2: Make Your own Tropical Cocktails at a Rum Distillery in Phuket, Thailand

Make your own style cocktail

Make your own style cocktail -source: internet

Something you and your father can take back home to impress Mum should be picking up a new skill at a mojito workshop and rum distillery tour in Phuket. What is more amazing than tasting test some of the most stunning cocktails and experiencing mixing aromas to make your own styled bottle for your family to enjoy? Even the toughest of dads will feel relaxed when sitting back and sipping on their children’s masterpiece surrounded by lush greenery and warming afternoon sun. boat ho chi minh to phnom penh

Tip 3: Grab a beer or two

Grab a beer with Dad

Grab a beer with Dad – source: internet

If your dad is not a sport lover and is more into kicking back with a cool beer or two, catching up over a few pints at the local pub must be the best way to chill out and spend quality time with your dad. Don’t hesitate to be generous and throw in a whole party while you have been at it!

Tip 4: Go trekking

Go trekking in Vietnam

Go trekking in Vietnam – source: internet

From short, easy day hikes to multi-day treks, you can find multiple options in Southeast Asia whether your dad like trekking or not. Let’s go trekking in Southeast Asia and get a chance to wander through tropical rainforests, catch an eye on picturesque views of rice fields. Take your pick from Sapa in Vietnam to Luang Prabang in Laos and get ready to work up a sweat with your brave dad.

Tip 5: Take a Thrilling Ride in Cambodia

Take a Thrilling Ride in Cambodia

Take a Thrilling Ride in Cambodia – source: internet

What still prevents you from letting your beloved Father in on an action-packed weekend of motor-biking experience and the Khmer culture exploration? Let’s step out into the wild side to embrace the exceptional surrounding charm of Cambodia – an area that should be experienced with the excitement and rush coming with a private Harley Davidson coastal adventure tour around Phnom Penh. Don’t forget to bring your camera and take some really nice photos on this limitless trip to show to your mother and tell her about this 2 day and one night hair-raising expedition. You only can imagine how surprised she will be.

With all these ideas on what to do with your father, why don’t you forget the norm and dive into a pool of possibilities? If you miss Father’s Day this year, prepare for your next year’s plan!

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