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Mekong River Experience

8 Days   |  Siem Reap, Kampong Chhnang, Kampong Tralach, Phnom Penh, Chau Doc, Sa Dec, Cai Be, Thoi Son, Ho Chi Minh City

From £909 pp

Experience Cambodia and Vietnam from a truly different perspective — the waters of the mighty Mekong River

Classic Vietnam & Mekong River Adventure

17 Days   |  Hanoi, Ha Long Bay, Hue, Hoi An, Ho Chi Minh City, Cai Be, Sa Dec, Chau Doc, Phnom Penh, Chnok Tru, Siem Reap

From £1,427 pp

If you’re travelling Vietnam solely by land, you’re missing out on half the adventure. Our best selling authentic Mekong cruise with an incredible extra 10 days of touring. Fantastic value to see Vietnam and Cambodia.

Save £1000 per person on 2019/20 Mekong cruises

Riches of the Mekong – Siem Reap to Ho Chi Minh City

13 Days   |  Siem Reap, Prek Kdam, Koh Chen, Kampong-Chhnang, Kampong-Tralach, Oudong, Okmhatey Village, Phnom Penh, Tan Chau, Sa Dec, Xeo Quyt, Cai Be, Ho Chi Minh City

From £2,751 pp

Cruise along the Mekong as you are transported back in time to another era, where the rhythms of the countryside move at a slower pace and allow for fascinating glimpses into a traditional way of life.

Book by 31st August 2019 and SAVE up to £1,200 pp

Timeless Wonders of Vietnam, Cambodia & The Mekong

13 Days   |  Ho Chi Minh City, Cai Be, Sa Dec, Gien Island, Phnom Penh, Angkor Ban, Wat Hanchey, Kampong Cham, Siem Reap

From £3,399 pp

Two of the most beautiful, historic and friendly places in all of Asia, dynamic Vietnam and pastoral Cambodia are intriguing studies in contrast. Each possesses its own unique charm and social traditions, its own tragic history and complex past. In many ways, a visit here is less about the sights you see than it is about the people you meet and the experiences you have along the way.

Vietnam is a country known for its compelling history, lush landscape and fast-paced lifestyle. Its identity has been defined by incessant turmoil, few other countries invoke such strong recollections of America’s past conflicts. Having overcome colonial occupation and weathered many wars, Vietnam is awakening from its economic slumber and is on a path to becoming one of the world’s fastest growing economies. This resilience is a testament to the pride and indomitable spirit of the Vietnamese people and their culture.

Halong Bay
UNESCO World Heritage site of Halong Bay. A timeless landscape of rice paddies, following the Red River delta to the emerald seas of the Gulf of Tonkin. Just offshore, some 3,000 limestone islands and outcrops rise almost vertically from the sea, forming one of the most extraordinary and spectacular bays in the world.

Hanoi, no other destination better represents all the contrasts that exist in modern Vietnam. A French-conceived colonial city, Hanoi was the capital of French Indochina from 1902 to 1954. It boasts one of the most beautiful panoramas in the region and has more cultural sites than any other city in Vietnam, featuring more than 600 pagodas and temples. Many are drawn to its numerous lakes; in particular West Lake (Hô Tây), which is the largest lake in Hanoi and a popular gathering place. Hanoi’s Old Quarter displays the original streets and the predominant style of architecture from the early 20th century. Its colonial history is evident in buildings such as the Grand Opera House, State Bank of Vietnam and Presidential Palace. Home to several museums and many theaters, cinemas, karaoke bars and dance clubs, Hanoi is filled with entertaining sights and exciting experiences.

Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)
Ho Chi Minh City has come a long way from its humble beginnings as a small fishing village called Prey Nokor, with a population of about 7.2 million people, it is now Vietnam’s largest city. During French occupation it became Saigon, which is still commonly used by the Vietnamese and can be seen on shop signs throughout the city; in the north, however, it is strictly referred to as Ho Chi Minh City. After the fall of Saigon in 1975, the Gia Ðinh province and two neighboring districts were combined with Saigon to create Ho Chi Minh City, honoring the Communist leader who had died in 1969. Ho Chi Minh City is a seamless blend of history and modern commercial energy; it is no wonder that the city’s population grows by 200,000 each year. From the enduring, narrow alleyways to the wide, historic boulevards, Ho Chi Minh City has an identity that is all its own. Historic French architecture adorns much of the city and prominent landmarks, such as Reunification Palace or Notre-Dame Cathedral, can be found in its jewel-like city center. Ho Chi Minh City’s beauty and vitality are infectious.

Kampong Chhnang / Kampong Tralach
Lakeside wetlands that form the mouth of Tonle Sap River. Enjoy the stunning variety of bird life here as well as tranquil floating villages and its busy market. Be treated to an authentic experience, an ox cart ride through a local village.

Oudong, situated on a picturesque hillside. Oudong was Cambodia’s former royal capital from 17th century until 1866; today, Oudong is a place of pilgrimage for Cambodians. Visit one of Cambodia’s largest monasteries, where you’ll be treated to a memorable Buddhist blessing ceremony.

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