Tour Asia with Smiling Albino

Smiling Albino is a team of travel enthusiasts offering custom tours in Asia that are the result of continuous travel, innovation and refinement. Trips combine multiple activities, charming venues, the finest regional cuisine and passionate hosts. Discover hidden corners, insider sights and unique local characters.

Our signature experiences rely on the network of intimate relationships we've built throughout the region. We don’t just connect the dots… we create them… delivering unforgettable travel experiences.

Featured tours…

Siamese Dream

Siamese Dream

This adventure takes you full circle: from modern capital to ancient ruins and enchanting mountain villages.

Bangkok 1910

Bangkok 1910

A classic step back in time featuring authentic floating markets and lesser-known, ancient sites.

Good Dirty Fun

Good Dirty Fun

Ultimate dirt biking on very remote tracks through Thailand's greater-Golden Triangle.

What our customers are saying…

Mark and Deb

If you want a traditional "tour", look elsewhere....

“If you want a small-group adventure, with a perfect mix of scenery, history, physical challenge, camaraderie, fun, and local flavor, Smiling Albino should be your choice.”

Mark & Deb

Gwen and Jerry on motorcycles

… wonderful time… so glad we chose Smiling Albino…

“… to organize our SE Asia adventure.  We loved each guide, hotel, the food was yummy and any surprises were only good ones.”

Gwen & Jerry

John and family

…My husband and I travel extensively…

“We’ve found Smiling Albino to be the best of the best! Whether you are 18 or 70 years old you will love, love, love this tour company!!”

Leigh-Ann & Patrick

More testimonials…

From the Blog…

24 October 2014 | 3:52 am:

Voluntourism: despite good intentions, paying to volunteer can sometimes have unintended negative consequences. [Read more…]

16 October 2014 | 9:08 pm:
People Drive Adventures – Albino Smiles Oct., 2014

Smiling Albino's monthly roundup of Southeast Asia's travel news and company updates. [Read more…]

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