Academy Director Jon Rudkin says the Club's young professionals will remember this summer's East Asia Tour for the rest of their lives, after receiving an extraordinary welcome in Thailand this week.
Ahead of this weekend's Hong Kong Soccer Sevens tournament, a squad including the likes of Martyn Waghorn, Conrad Logan, Cian Bolger and Tom Parkes have been taking in the sights of the Thai capital Bangkok, at the invitation of the Club's owners Vichai and Aiyawatt Raksriaksorn.
The travelling party departs for Hong Kong on Wednesday for this weekend's competition, before returning to Thailand for a friendly against Thai Premier League outfit Pattaya United on Tuesday.
From the moment they touched down in Bangkok on Monday, the group have enjoyed a packed schedule in the Thai capital, absorbing some Thai culture while beginning to acclimatise to the hot conditions they will be competing in come the weekend.
Harry Panayiotou arrives at the squad's base in Bangkok.
Monday saw them visit the Grand Palace and the Temple of the Emerald Buddha before a pool training session during the day and an evening cruise along the Chao Phraya River.
On Tuesday morning it was down to the business of training at the impressive VR Sports Club, where the players got a first taste of football in the intense East Asia heat they will be combatting in Hong Kong.
That was followed by an afternoon theatre trip to experience a traditional Thai production and an evening attending a Thai boxing event.
Steve Beaglehole takes Tuesday's training session.
"It's already been a phenomenal experience for the boys," Jon told lcfc.com.
"As soon as we landed on Monday morning, everyone has been so welcoming - not just those associated with the Football Club or King Power, but everyone we have encountered. The Thai culture is just so welcoming - the boys will remember this for the rest of their lives.
"I've been fortunate to have visited before, but visiting some of these historic sights has been a great opportunity for the lads to understand a little bit more about Thai culture.
Conrad Logan and Pierre Larrauri take in the sights.
"They will also have recognised the status that King Power has as an organisation. They will know about the owners' vision for the Club from what they have experienced at home, but to see what they have developed here in Thailand shows them the potential for Leicester City."
Training has formed an important part of the tour's opening few days, with the players being gently adjusted to both the time difference and the conditions.
Jon added: "We've had to work carefully. After a long journey and a busy morning, we had a light fitness session in the pool, before the full training session at the VR Sports Club, which really is an incredible facility.
"That introduced the players to the pitch dimensions they'll be operating in at the weekend and gave them an idea of what it will be like playing in the 30-degree heat."
Joey Jones familiarises himself with the locals.
The squad travel to Hong Kong on Wednesday to begin preparations for the weekend's Citibank HKFC Soccer Sevens. The Foxes will be competing in a group alongside West Ham United, Celtic and a HKFC Captain's Select VII, before the competition's knockout stages on Sunday.
The group will then return to Thailand, where they will face Pattaya United at the Dolphins' Nongbru Stadium in Pattaya on Tuesday.
Stay logged on to lcfc.com for updates throughout the tour.