• Family
  • 15 days 14 nights
  • 3
  • 4

Visits: Hanoi, Halong Bay, the Mekong Delta, Phnom Penh, Kompong Cham, Kompong Thom, Kompong Kleang & Siem Reap. After visiting Northern Vietnam to discover Hanoi and the famous Halong Bay, this unforgettable trip will continue along the Mekong River from Vietnam in to Cambodia passing through Ho Chi Minh City, the delta, the capital of Cambodia Phnom Penh, some fascinating small towns along the Tonle Sap Lake to finally reach Siem Reap and its fabulous temples.

Tour Highlights:

 - Explore the “Great City” (Angkor Thom) - Siem Reap

 - Explore the mysterious Ta Prohm - Siem Reap

 - Relive 1950’s Hanoi on a cyclo-pousse - Time: 45mn - Hanoi

 - Spend the night in a fishermen's stilt house in Kampong Khleang - Siem Reap

 - Visit a floating village of the Tonle Sap Lake - Siem Reap

 - Visit one of the jewels of Khmer art (Banteay Srei) - Siem Reap

 - Visit the symbol of Cambodia (Angkor Wat) - Siem Reap

 - Can Tho

 - Chau Doc

 - Halong

 - Hanoi

 - Kampong Cham

 - Phnom Penh

 - Siem Reap

  • Day 1 - Arrival in Hanoi

    You will be greeted at Hanoi Airport and transferred to the city for hotel check-in. Room is available from 13.30. The balance of the day is free at your leisure to stroll along the famous Old Quarter of 36 streets, take a walk around Hoan Kiem Lake vicinity on your own pace or just rest in the hotel and recover from jet-lag. Find some excellent Vietnamese foods for your own in this colorful cuisine. Night at the hotel.

  • Day 2 - Hanoi - Halong Bay - Hanoi

    Departure for Ha Long Bay in the morning. On arrival around noon, you will hop a traditional wooden junk for a spectacular five-hour cruise of the bay. Have lunch with the menu full of fresh seafoods while cruising through one of Southeast Asia’s "must-come"tourist destinations. Enjoy the aquamarine waters and spectacular limestone formations as you visit a few of the most famous caves. Return to the pier in the late afternoon and get back to Hanoi. Have meals on your own. Night at the hotel.

  • Day 3 - Hanoi - Flight to Can Tho

    In the morning have a tour of the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum (opened every day except Monday and Friday), a traditional house on stilts and the adorable One-Pillar Pagoda. Note: Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum is not opened between 08 September and 08 November for every year conservation. Then move to Hanoi Airport and get ready for the flight to Can Tho. Right after have reach Can Tho, you will be help to get to the hotel and do check-in. Have a brief rest, visit an historic house dating from 1890, which belongs to Mr. Huyen Thuy Le, the “Lover” of Marguerite Duras famous writer. Have meals on your own. Night at the hotel.

  • Day 4 - Can Tho - Chau Doc

    Travel to Ninh Kieu Quay, catch a charming boat for a sailing to the busy, bustling floating markets of Cai Rang. The huge variety of products sold at the market will impress you from the first sight, from the popular fruits such as mangos and bananas, to the most strange ones such as mangosteens, star apples, or the sweetened longans and the very odorous durians.See you when you have finish the cruise and travel to the city of Chau Doc deep in the Mekong Delta. Arrival in Chau Doc and check in at the hotel. Afterwards, discover and revere the peaceful rhythms of life in Cham fishing villages, and floating houses. Find out some of the unique local dishes on your own. Night at the hotel.

  • Day 5 - Chau Doc - Phnom Penh

    In the morning, move to the border with Cambodia and complete custom procedure. After that we will continue transfer to Phnom Penh through the Takeo province. Enjoy lunch at a native restaurant. Stop en route to come into the Phnom Chisor Temple. You will see Phnom Chisor, dating from the Angkorian times and sitting royally on a hill. To reach it, you will have to climb many hundreds steps, but once on top, your efforts have been worthful as the view is spectacular. Tour the temple and talk to the children and others who live at Phnom Chisor. then explore a silk weaving village and then the Prasat Neang Khmau or the Black Lady Temple. We will reach Phnom Penh at the end of the day. Choose delicious foods on your own for the dinner. Night in the hotel.

  • Day 6 - Phnom Penh

    Enjoy the tour in Phnom Penh city, the capital of Cambodia standing at the confluence of the four arms of the Mekong. Visit to Wat Phnom, and discover about the base of the city and the story of Madam Penh. Many monkeys have taken this place for their habitance. Follow this with a trip to the National Museum. Offically inaugurated in 1920, the museum offers an excellent example of Khmer architecture. Explore its development of culture through an fantastic range of sculptures coming forth from all different periods of Cambodian history. This will be an unforgettable ntroduction to Angkor. The second destination is the Royal Palace, built up by King Norodom  in 1866. So many different structures are grouped together just in the space of the palace, creating an extraordinary collection of Khmer art. One of the highlights is Silver Pagoda, with remarkable works including a 90-kilogram golden Buddha encrusted with 9584 diamonds, Baccarat crystal conceived in the 17th century and a Buddha featuring emeralds. Transfer back to the city south you will have the closest and most authentic look of the Khmer Rouge regime - the darkest and forgettable period of Cambodia’s history. Then visit a former secondary school, which was transformed into a detention centre under the Khmer Rouge. Behind the gates with the famous name ‘S21’, thousands of residents and soldiers were detained, tortured and wasted their life here. Returning to Phnom Penh, visit the Russian Market (Tuol Tumpoung) where you can stroll among all many stalls. Meals on your own. Overnight at the hotel.

    + Visits to the Royal Palace and the Silver Pagoda will be led by guides on site as our guides are not authorized to do so.
    + The Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda are sometimes closed without notice for official ceremonies. The visit will be replaced with another if possible

    + The Russian Market is closed on public holidays

  • Day 7 - Phnom Penh - Kompong Cham - Kompong Thom

    Travel to Kompong Cham in the morning. Right after arriving, Our next destination is the Han Chey Temple which is standing on the hill by the side of the Mekong (Pre-Angkorian site). Explore the colonial district of the city and the Wat Nokhor Temple (12th century). Enjoy your lunch at a native restaurant. Then depart to Kompong Thom. We will have a late arrival in the afternoon. Have a dinner on your own with variety of foods in this area. Night at the hotel.

    Note: Kompong Thom is not developed for tourism. The restaurants, hotels and general services are quite basic

  • Day 8 - Kompong Thom - Kompong Kleang - Siem Reap

    Leave in the early morning for a floating village on the way to Siem Reap. Missed by mass tourism, Kompong Khleang is one of the most remarkable villages in Cambodia because of the height of its stilt houses. You can walk in the village to meet its people and might wish to stop at a local house for some visiting. Then, by local boat (depending on weather/season) cruise along the canals to further parts of the lake which is home to some displaced Vietnamese people. Return to Kompong Khleang and enjoy a picnic lunch at home with a village family. After that, continue to transfer to Siem Reap. Check in your hotel and enjoy some free time. Dinner on your own. Overnight at the hotel.

  • Day 9 - Angkor Wat – Banteay Srei – Ta Prohm

    Our guide will meet you in the morning to transfer you to the very famous world heritage site of Angkor Wat. Built up in the 12th century in honour of Vishnu, with incredible bas reliefs and soaring towers, Angkor Wat is known as one of the most amazing monuments made by mankind in the world. After lunch, continue our trip towards Banteay Srei – a charming small pink temple. Dating back to 10th century and still known as the Citadel of Women, this temple owns a most impressive jewel of Khmer art. On the way back, finish your day by discovering splendid sculptured Devatas and immerse in the unique atmosphere in the ancient Ta Prohm Monastery. This site has a nickname of "Jungle Temple", because of its immense branches having taken root in the stones. Have your own meals. Night at the hotel.

  • Day 10 - Preah Khan – Neak Pean – Thommanon – Chau Say Tevoda - Angkor Thom

    This morning we head to Preah Khan Temple, located in the northern end of Angkor. Dating back to 1191, this temple is built up by Jayavarman VII in honour of his father, for the purposes of being both a city and a place for Buddhism studies. Neak Pean, erected in the same era, also known as Entwined Nagas, is the only island temple of Angkor. Four smaller basins, presenting the image of the four great rivers flowing from the earth’s four cardinal points, link and meet together at the large central basin. Angkor will be still many things to explore as we go further south. Built up from the 12th century and during the reign of Suryavarman II, the two spectacular temples of Thommanon and Chau Say Tevoda will be our next interesting destinations to visit. They are prominent for their very beautiful sculptured images honouring Shiva and Vishnu. After lunch (your expense)  and relaxation, continue our trip by visiting the Great City of Angkor Thom.  Your afternoon begins with the south gate and the famous Bayon temple. Dating back to the 12th and 13th centuries, the Bayon is dedicated to Buddhism and composed of 216 smiling faces of Avalokitesvara on 54 gigantic towers. Afterwards, pay visits to the Terrace of the Elephants. With 350 meters in length, it was served as a base for the king’s grand audience hall and used as a gigantic reviewing stand in occasion of public ceremonies. Then come explore the Terrace of Leper King, dating back the 12th century, on which many beautiful Apsaras was sculptured. All meals of day are on your own. Night at the hotel.

  • Day 11 - Siem Reap departure

    Free until transfer to the airport for the departure flight. Room is at disposal until noon only. OUR SERVICES IS END. 

The price includes   The price excludes

• Accommodation in the category chosen or similar (subject to availability).

• Meals as mentioned in the program. B: Breakfast, L: Lunch, D: Dinner.

• All local boat rentals and cycling as mentioned in the program. Cruise on non-private junk in Ha Long bay.

• Transfer from and to the airports by private vehicle with A/C. Transportation by private vehicle with A/C.

• All entrance fees and sightseeing as mentioned in the program.

• Local English speaking guides in Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia


• Meals and drinks are not mentioned in the program.

• International flight tickets and airport taxes. All internal and regional flight tickets in economy class Saigon - Danang - Hanoi - Luang Prabang; Luang Prabang - Siem Reap).

• Vietnam visa authorization. Visa fee upon arrival in Vietnam. Lao visa fee. Visa fee upon arrival in Cambodia.

• Tips & personal expenses. Personal insurance. Any service not clearly mentioned in the program.


  • Family
  • 15 days 14 nights
  • 3
  • 4
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