For the student group seeking the most adventurous and rewarding journey in Asia, there is no country equal to Myanmar. In the last 100 years over half of the world’s countries have been renamed with Myanmar being no exception. Since 1989, Burma has become Myanmar and its capital, Rangoon, has become Yangon and so on. Whatever you call it...
Explore Myanmar


As you admire the beauty of what was once the most prominent empire in Southeast Asia, you must simultaneously try to come to terms with one of human kind’s most tragic events, when over one third of the country’s population perished under the Pol Pot regime.Today, Cambodia is one of the safest and most welcoming countries in the...
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From its fantastic metropolises to its storybook landscapes, China makes for a mesmerising trip for adults and students alike. SEA offers a variety of itineraries designed for students of economics, cultural studies, history and politics, or for those who simply want to enjoy this modern juggernaut.Students of history will find something unique around every corner. The Maoist past, juxtaposed...
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Owing to its unique land-locked geographical position in Southeast Asia, Laos is a beautiful country and one of the region’s less-travelled and least understood destinations.Surrounded by mountains and bordered to the west by the mighty Mekong River, beautiful temples and remote hill tribe villages, the country is inhabited by several distinctly different ethnic minorities and a mainstream population wh...
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Whilst Malaysia’s peninsula states offer some delightful places of interest for student visitors: the former Portuguese trading town of Malacca and the vibrant Chinese city of Penang to name two, it is the country’s Eastern provinces of Sarawak and Sabah that are the real attraction for school groups seeking adventure and education.This large island region still commonly refe...
Explore Malaysia


Nestled in the geographical heart of Asia, Thailand is one of the most alluring and culturally rich countries in the world. Whilst the cities are becoming more westernised, the outer regions retain many relics of Thailand’s fascinating history, such as the ancient ruins of Ayutthaya and Sukhothai. The landscape is diverse with pristine national parks, untamed rivers and wild el...
Explore Thailand


With friendly people, picturesque landscapes and its always interesting culture, Vietnam is a fabulous destination for student travellers of any age. From its quiet country villages to its Confucian temples, it is a country of contrasts that offers those who visit an authentic and memorable Asian travel experience. The Vietnamese are a warm and hospitable people and never fail to...
Explore Vietnam


Consisting of 18,110 islands within the province of South East Asia, Indonesian is the world's largest archipelagic state, the fourth most populous country in the world and home to the world’s largest Muslim population.A country less travelled than many others in Asia, Indonesia will appeal to anyone keen to explore the volcanoes, majestic mountains, untouched rain forests, coral reefs, an...
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Student Educational Adventures

Have been running dedicated trips for high school students from all over the world for over 15 years.

To compliment the great variety of educational and travel opportunities we can provide school groups, Student Educational Adventures is also committed to strengthening community development in the region by way of offering students itineraries with a focus on local engagement.

Through service-learning and social justice programs, community building (construction) projects and CAS activities, students can gain a true insight into a region’s people, culture, landscape, history and traditions.