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Family Friendly Medical Conference in Cambodia with an optional Pre and Post-conference tour to Laos.

The Main Conference program aligns with all Australian and New Zealand School Holidays. 

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Main Conference.

Dates

An ancient stone city thrust out of the jungle, bucolic fields ploughed by oxen, picture-postcard colonial buildings and bustling markets that set the senses on fire. Cambodia is a bewitching country worthy of your wanderlust. From our base in the city of Siem Reap, all roads lead to Angkor Wat – the largest religious monument on Earth.

Resort and Rooms.

Victoria Angkor Resort & Spa

Step back in time (but with wifi) and enjoy the peace and warmth of Victoria Angkor – a french colonial beauty nestled amongst palm trees in a verdant oasis, and just a two-minute tuk-tuk to anywhere.

Stylish rooms combine Cambodian touches,  and even though they may be calling you to take a nap in the afternoon, the lure of the saltwater pool (and a pool deck beverage) may be greater.

Pre-Conference Tour.

Dates

PLEASE NOTE: The Pre-Conference tour and Post-Conference tour are identical programs.

The Pre-Conference Tour aligns with the QLD and VIC School holidays which run from 19 Sept – 4 Oct 2020.

Laos is the sliver of South-East Asia mass tourism forgot. A steamy land of mountains and rice paddies, jungles and temples, where tradition trumps broad-scale development. In Luang Prabang – the spiritual heart of Laos – we’ll step back in time to a place UNESCO describes as the best-preserved city in Asia. See a procession of saffron-robed monks in the streets, visit Laos’ oldest inhabited temple, swim in a jungle waterfall and commune with buffalo, bears and elephants.

Post-Conference Tour.

Dates

PLEASE NOTE: The Pre-Conference tour and Post-Conference tour are identical programs.

The Post-Conference Tour aligns with the NSW, ACT, TAS, SA, WA, NT and New Zealand School holidays which run from 26 Sept – 11 Oct 2020.

Laos is the sliver of South-East Asia mass tourism forgot. A steamy land of mountains and rice paddies, jungles and temples, where tradition trumps broad-scale development. In Luang Prabang – the spiritual heart of Laos – we’ll step back in time to a place UNESCO describes as the best-preserved city in Asia. See a procession of saffron-robed monks in the streets, visit Laos’ oldest inhabited temple, swim in a jungle waterfall and commune with buffalo, bears and elephants.

Dr Gary Kilov (1:42)
Dr Asha Nair (1:31)
Dr Ralph Audehm (1:11)
Dr Diana Hart & Dr Roger Scurr (1:39)