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Timeless Wonders of Vietnam, Cambodia & The Mekong

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Timeless wonders of Vietnam, Cambodia & The Mekong

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A fascinating, rewarding and multilayered adventure. 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. Ho Chi Minh City offers a heady mixture of old and new while Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, surprises visitors with its charm. As the lifeblood of Southeast Asia, the Mekong teems with colorful floating villages and mementos of its French Colonial past. Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s thriving capital, is fast-forwarding to the future yet retains a provincial intimacy. And colorful Siem Reap provides the gateway to the vast UNESCO-designated jungle temple complex of Angkor Wat.

What’s Included:

  • An all-inclusive, boutique  7-night cruise in a riverview stateroom
  • All meals onboard, prepared using the finest and freshest ingredients
  • 14 breakfasts, 9 lunches, 10 dinners
  • Captain’s Welcome and Farewell Dinner
  • Welcome and Farewell Gala Dinners
  • Unlimited beverages onboard, including fine wine, beer, spirits, soft drinks, specialty coffee and tea, and mineral water
  • 12 days of excursions, including “Choice Is Yours” options, all fully hosted by English-speaking local experts
  • Guided “Go Active,” “Do as the Locals Do” and “Gentle Walking” programs
  • 4 UNESCO World Heritage sites
  • Captivating onboard local entertainment
  • Cultural enrichment, including a Signature Lecture: “Vincent van Gogh’s Troubled Destiny
  • State-of-the-art Quietvox portable audio-headset system on all excursions
  • Services of an experienced Uniworld Cruise Manager
  • Onboard entertainment and insightful lectures
  • All gratuities onboard and ashore
  • Free Internet and Wi-Fi access
  • Captain’s Welcome and Farewell Dinners
  • Transfers to and from the ship
Market, Ho Ch Minh City, Vietnam
Day 1 - Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Arrive at Tan Son Nhat International Airport. If your cruise/tour package includes a group arrival transfer or if you have purchased a private arrival transfer, you will be greeted by a Uniworld representative and transferred to your luxury hotel. You will be greeted with a private check-in, welcome drink and information packet at the hotel. An elegant flower arrangement and fruit platter await you in your room. Tonight, consider popping out to explore the lively Ben Thanh Night Market or one of the city’s quintessential evening cafés—either choice would mark a splendid start to your adventure.

Day 2 - Ho Chi Minh City

As Asia’s “comeback kid,” there’s something so invigorating about Ho Chi Minh City, a busting metropolis with a youthful and innovative energy—and no wonder, given that more than half the population is younger than 35. Embrace the dynamic spirit of the city formerly known as Saigon on today’s panoramic tour. History melds with the boisterous present in Vietnam’s largest city, where skyscrapers tower over ancient temples and motorbikes putter along picturesque alleys. It was founded in 1690; became the capital of French Cochinchina in the 1860s, when it was known as Saigon; and acquired its modern moniker in 1976, when it was named for Communist leader Ho Chi Minh. Featured Excursion: Dynamic Ho Chi Minh City

Day 2 - Ho Chi Minh City

Breakfast, & Dinner

Day 3 - Ho Chi Minh City, Transfer to My Tho (Embark)

Ready for an adventure? Today’s featured excursion provides a fascinating glimpse of the Viet Cong’s vast network of incredibly narrow, booby-trapped tunnels dating from the Vietnam War. If you dare, you can even climb down inside for an up-close look. Featured Excursion: Vestiges of war—Cú Chi Tunnels Explore a fascinating aspect of Vietnam’s long struggle to free itself from Western control. Begun by the Viet Minh on the outskirts of Saigon in 1945, as shelter from French air raids, these tunnels were expanded in the 1960s by the Viet Cong, who extended them for many miles.

Day 3 - Ho Chi Minh City, Transfer to My Tho (Embark)

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 4 - Cai Be, Vihn Long

Get set for an authentic slice of daily life along the Mekong with visits to two quintessentially Vietnamese locales, Vinh Long and Cai Be, which you’ll see by sampan. Meet village elders, experience the lively floating market and visit workshops creating products made from rice. Today’s itinerary features two towns that have been shaped by the Mekong in this agrarian but densely populated region, Vinh Long and Cai Be. Featured Excursion: Village life on the Mekong

Day 4 - Cai Be, Vihn Long

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 5 - Sa Dec, Gieng Island, Cruising the Mekong River

Dip into Vietnam’s colorful and culturally eclectic past in Sac Dec—the former haunt of author Marguerite Duras—and the island of Gieng, which boasts a rather unexpected array of Catholic churches and monasteries. Two very different destinations await you today: busy Sa Dec and peaceful Gieng Island. Both reflect Vietnam’s multicultural history. Featured Excursion: Sampans and colonial romance Take to Sa Dec’s narrow canals just as the locals do. Children frolic in the water, fishermen ply their trade, and women care for their families.

Day 5 - Sa Dec, Gieng Island, Cruising the Mekong River

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 6 - Hong Ngu (long Khanh A), Cruising the Mekong River, Phnom Penh

More authentic encounters await you today, starting with a sampan ride through the floating villages lining the banks of the great river. Stop at a temple devoted to Vietnam’s homegrown religion, then hop aboard a rickshaw for a ride to a factory that makes handwoven reed baskets. Later, cruise through the canals to Evergreen Island, where village houses are built on stilts. Thousands of boats ply the waters of the Mekong—wooden cargo boats, water taxis, dredges, fishing craft. Traditional and modern elements mingle in this region, but the river rules everything. Featured Excursion: Daily life on the great delta

Day 6 - Hong Ngu (long Khanh A), Cruising the Mekong River, Phnom Penh

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 7 - Phnom Penh

Once considered the loveliest of Indochina’s French-built cities, Phnom Penh has somehow retained much of its charm despite all the political and cultural turmoil of the 20th century. See how this fascinating city is rediscovering itself with an insightful panoramic tour and time to explore on your own. Founded in the 15th century, Phnom Penh is the thriving capital of the kingdom of Cambodia. It stands at the juncture of three rivers and is divided into three distinct districts: the French colonial area, a handsome residential district and a rapidly changing Old Town. Featured Excursion: Cambodia’s capital—Phnom Penh

Day 7 - Phnom Penh

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 8 - Phnom Penh, Cruising the Mekong River

Today’s featured excursion may be the most profound and memorable experience of your entire journey. You’ll learn about the infamous Killing Fields of the Khmer Rouge and visit a former school-turned-prison that is now a genocide museum. Featured Excursion: The Killing Fields—tragedy and reconciliation in Cambodia It’s hard to reconcile the pastoral serenity of the orchards and rice fields surrounding Choeung Ek with the horrific mass executions that took place here during the brutal reign of the Khmer Rouge, yet the memorial stupa filled with the skulls of Pol Pot’s victims tells the tale.

Day 8 -  Phnom Penh, Cruising the Mekong River

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 9 - Angkor Ban, Wat Hanchey

If yesterday was an exploration of Cambodia’s dark past, today is a celebration of the country’s bright future. You’ll meet young children at a local school and friendly villagers in their homes, and have a rare opportunity to receive a special water blessing from Buddhist monks. The mighty river carries you into the Cambodian countryside today, giving you an opportunity to meet and chat with locals. Featured Excursion: Cambodia’s vibrant cultural life

Day 9 - Angkor Ban, Wat Hanchey

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 10 - Kampong Cham (Disembark), Transfer to Siem Reap

Siem Reap is your base for exploring Angkor Wat, the heart of the ancient Khmer empire. The city has an allure all its own, with sprawling markets, a lively dining scene and enticing street food. You’ll disembark in the morning and transfer via executive motorcoach to Siem Reap, a place name that means, literally, “Defeat of Siam”—which tells you something of its history. It is the gateway to Angkor, the legendary archaeological site.

Day 10 - Kampong Cham (Disembark), Transfer to Siem Reap

Breakfast

Day 11 - Siem Reap

Today is a Bucket List Moment kind of day, as you unleash your inner Indiana Jones and explore the ancient temples of Angkor Wat, a gigantic religious complex that is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Regarded as the pinnacle of the dazzling, inventive culture that flourished in medieval Cambodia, it is one of the most spectacular monuments you will ever lay eyes on. The next two days are devoted to the astonishing Angkor Wat complex. Featured Excursion: Amazing Angkor Wat Every aspect of Angkor Wat had religious meaning to its builders 900 years ago: the great rectangular moat, the main gate facing the west, the towers topped with stone lotuses, the huge smiling stone heads, the layout of the lanes and buildings.

Day 11 - Siem Reap

Breakfast

Day 12 - Siem Reap

Today you will enter the spectacular remnants of Angkor Thom, the royal city. Prepare to be amazed! Built during the heyday of the Khmer dynasty in the 12th century, this extraordinary complex of Hindu and Buddhist monuments was once lost to the world for many years, hidden under dense jungle vines. Featured Excursions: South gate of Angkor Thom Bayon and Ta Prohm Apsara show and dinner Today you will enter the spectacular remnants of Angkor Thom, the royal city. Once a huge, square city, Angkor Thom was founded in the 12th century by King Jayavarman VII after his people’s previous capital had been overrun by the Chams.

Day 12 - Siem Reap

Breakfast & Dinner

Day 13: Siem Reap

Check out of your luxury hotel and head to Siem Reap-Angkor International Airport for your flight home. OR Why not extend your stay and fly to Hanoi & Ha Long Bay

Day 13: Siem Reap

Breakfast

Day 1 - Siem Reap

Arrive at Siem Reap-Angkor International Airport. If your cruise/tour package includes a group arrival transfer or if you have purchased a private arrival transfer, you will be greeted by a Uniworld representative and transferred to your luxury hotel.

Day 2 - Siem Reap

Today is a Bucket List Moment kind of day, as you unleash your inner Indiana Jones and explore the ancient temples of Angkor Wat, a gigantic religious complex that is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Regarded as the pinnacle of the dazzling, inventive culture that flourished in medieval Cambodia, it is one of the most spectacular monuments you will ever lay eyes on. The next two days are devoted to the astonishing Angkor Wat complex. Today’s lunch will be on your own. NOTE: Order of sightseeing may change on Days 4 and 5. Temple visits are subject to change due to factors beyond our control.

Day 2 - Siem Reap

Breakfast

Day 3 - Siem Reap

Today you will enter the spectacular remnants of Angkor Thom, the royal city. Prepare to be amazed! Built during the heyday of the Khmer dynasty in the 12th century, this extraordinary complex of Hindu and Buddhist monuments was once lost to the world for many years, hidden under dense jungle vines. Featured Excursions: South gate of Angkor Thom, Bayon and Ta Prohm Apsara show and dinner After an exciting day of sightseeing, you’ll indulge in a lavish dinner with an Apsara dance show. Apsara is the traditional Khmer dance form that tells stories and conveys messages using ornate costumes, graceful movements, codified facial expressions, and distinctive hand and foot positions. The many Apsara figures that adorn Angkor and pre-Angkor temples you’ve just visited testify to the dance form’s long and esteemed history.

Day 3 - Siem Reap

Breakfast & Dinner

Day 4 - Siem Reap, Transfer to Kampong Cham (Embark)

Today, you’ll have free time to explore the Siem Reap, a place name that means, literally, “Defeat of Siam”—which tells you something of its history. It is the gateway to Angkor, the legendary archaeological site. Later check out and transfer via executive motorcoach to Kampong Cham, to embark on the beautiful Mekong Navigator—your elegant home for the next seven nights—and set sail on the beautiful Mekong.

Day 4 - Siem Reap, Transfer to Kampong Cham (Embark)

Breakfast

Day 5 - Wat Hanchey, Angkor Ban

Today is a celebration of the Cambodia’s bright future. You’ll meet young children at a local school and friendly villagers in their homes, and have a rare opportunity to receive a special water blessing from Buddhist monks. The mighty river carries you into the Cambodian countryside today, giving you an opportunity to meet and chat with locals. Featured Excursion: Cambodias vibrant cultural life Be ready to answer questions when you visit a local school—because the children love to practice their English—and deepen your understanding of Cambodia when you meet villagers in their homes.

Day 5 - Wat Hanchey, Angkor Ban

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 6 - Cruising the Mekong River, Phnom Penh

Once considered the loveliest of Indochina’s French-built cities, Phnom Penh has somehow retained much of its charm despite all the political and cultural turmoil of the 20th century. See how this fascinating city is rediscovering itself with an insightful panoramic tour and time to explore on your own. Founded in the 15th century, Phnom Penh is the thriving capital of the kingdom of Cambodia. It stands at the juncture of three rivers and is divided into three distinct districts: the French colonial area, a handsome residential district and a rapidly changing Old Town. Featured Excursion: A tuk tuk will whisk you down wide boulevards laid out by French colonial administrators in the 1860s, when Cambodia was part of French Indochina, past old French-influenced buildings, beautiful pagodas and (with a bit of luck) saffron-robed monks, on your way to the Royal Palace.

Day 6 - Cruising the Mekong River, Phnom Penh

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 7 - Phnom Penh

Today’s featured excursion may be the most profound and memorable experience of your entire journey. You’ll learn about the infamous Killing Fields of the Khmer Rouge and visit a former school-turned-prison that is now a genocide museum. Featured Excursion: The Killing Fields—tragedy and reconciliation in Cambodia It’s hard to reconcile the pastoral serenity of the orchards and rice fields surrounding Choeung Ek with the horrific mass executions that took place here during the brutal reign of the Khmer Rouge, yet the memorial stupa filled with the skulls of Pol Pot’s victims tells the tale.

Day 7 - Phnom Penh

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 8 -Cruising the Mekong River, Evergreen Island, Tan Chau

You leave Cambodia behind and cross into Vietnam today, delving into a region where traditional and modern lifestyle elements mingle: Agriculture may still reign supreme, but TV satellite dishes dot rooftops of houses built on stilts. Thousands of boats ply the waters of the Mekong—wooden cargo boats, water taxis, dredges, fishing craft. Traditional and modern elements mingle in this region, but the river rules everything. More authentic encounters await you today, starting with a cruise through the canals to Evergreen Island, where village houses are built on stilts. Stop at a temple devoted to Vietnam’s homegrown religion, and hop aboard a rickshaw for a ride to a factory that makes handwoven reed baskets. Later, take a sampan ride through the floating villages lining the banks of the great river.

Day 8 -Cruising the Mekong River, Evergreen Island, Tan Chau

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 9 - Cruising the Mekong River, Gieng Island, Sa Dec

Dip into Vietnam’s colorful and culturally eclectic past in Sac Dec—the former haunt of author Marguerite Duras—and the island of Gieng, which boasts a rather unexpected array of Catholic churches and monasteries. Two very different destinations await you today: busy Sa Dec and peaceful Gieng Island. Both reflect Vietnam’s multicultural history. Featured Excursion: Sampans and colonial romance Take to Sa Dec’s narrow canals just as the locals do. Children frolic in the water, fishermen ply their trade, and women care for their families.

Day 9 - Cruising the Mekong River, Gieng Island, Sa Dec

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 10 - Vinh Long, Cai Be

Get set for an authentic slice of daily life along the Mekong with visits to two quintessentially Vietnamese locales, Vinh Long and Cai Be, which you’ll see by sampan. Meet village elders, experience the lively floating market and visit workshops creating products made from rice. Today’s itinerary features two towns that have been shaped by the Mekong in this agrarian but densely populated region, Vinh Long and Cai Be. Featured Excursion: Village life on the Mekong Chinese herbal-medicine shops, French Colonial houses and Buddhist temples mingle with modern offices on the streets of Vinh Long, the capital of Vinh Long province. The range of buildings hints at the changes that the region has seen. Vinh Long is a gateway to some of the region’s most colorful destinations: Step aboard a sampan—the style of this vessel is traditional, but the one you’ll board is much more luxurious than those generally used on these waters—and join the locals thronging the harbor of Cai Be.

Day 10 - Vinh Long, Cai Be

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 11 - My Tho (Disembark), Transfer to Ho Chi Minh City

Ready for an adventure? Today’s featured excursion provides a fascinating glimpse of the Viet Cong’s vast network of incredibly narrow, booby-trapped tunnels dating from the Vietnam War. If you dare, you can even climb down inside for an up-close look. Featured Excursion: Choice of Vestiges of war—Cú Chi Tunnels Explore a fascinating aspect of Vietnam’s long struggle to free itself from Western control. Begun by the Viet Minh on the outskirts of Saigon in 1945, as shelter from French air raids, these tunnels were expanded in the 1960s by the Viet Cong, who extended them for many miles. A network of booby-trapped tunnels led to underground chambers where people lived—in considerable privation, generally—wounds were treated and children were taught. Only a small stretch of this network is open to the public, but if you’re venturesome, you may climb down into a tunnel for an up-close look (and we do mean close—don’t expect to stand upright).

Day 11 - My Tho (Disembark), Transfer to Ho Chi Minh City

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 12 - Ho Chi Minh City

As Asia’s “comeback kid,” there’s something so invigorating about Ho Chi Minh City, a busting metropolis with a youthful and innovative energy—and no wonder, given that more than half the population is younger than 35. Embrace the dynamic spirit of the city formerly known as Saigon on today’s panoramic tour. History melds with the boisterous present in Vietnam’s largest city, where skyscrapers tower over ancient temples and motorbikes putter along picturesque alleys. It was founded in 1690; became the capital of French Cochinchina in the 1860s, when it was known as Saigon; and acquired its modern moniker in 1976, when it was named for Communist leader Ho Chi Minh. Featured Excursion: Dynamic Ho Chi Minh City

Day 12 -  Ho Chi Minh City

Breakfast, Dinner

Day 13 - Depart Ho Chi Minh City

If your cruise/tour package includes a group departure transfer or if you have purchased a private departure transfer, you will be transferred to Tan Son Nhat International Airport for your flight home or continue your tour with an extraordinary Bangkok optional extension program.

Breakfast

With a design reminiscent of the French Colonial–era manor homes that once lined the streets of Old Saigon, the all-suite Mekong Navigator features a sophisticated and comfortable ambience.

This beautiful ship—a new addition to our fleet in 2017—carries no more than 68 guests, assuring gracious and attentive service from our impeccably- trained staff. Every suite is a beautiful and tranquil retreat, a blend of timeless elegance and modern conveniences and luxuries.

Public areas include the inviting Le Salon Lounge with full-service bar on the Sun Deck, La Bibliothèque Library & Internet Lounge, the Observation Lounge, Le Marché Restaurant, and the La Vie Spa and Fitness Centre.

  • 34 lavishly decorated outside staterooms many with Private Balconies or French Balconies
  • 2 individually decorated Grand Suites suites with Private Balcony and Veranda/li>
  • Sun deck with panoramic views
  • Lounge with full-service bar and dance floor
  • Salon Sky Lounge
  • Elegant Le Marche Restaurant
  • Free Internet and Wi-Fi
  • Complimentary 24-hour specialty coffee and tea bar
  • 24-hour reception service
  • Elevator
  • La Vie Spa
  • Fitness center
  • Boutique*

World Class Staterooms

After one night in your magnificent riverview stateroom, you’ll understand why sailing with Uniworld is truly the best way to see the world. Rated Top Cabins by Zagat Survey®, your elegantly appointed boutique stateroom comes standard with Uniworld – as does the ever-changing breathtaking river scenery.

All Staterooms Feature

  • Handcrafted Savoir® of England beds
  • 100% Egyptian cotton sheets and European duvets
  • Individual climate control
  • Telephone, safe, hair dryer & bottled water replenished daily
  • Infotainment center with flat-screen TV and complimentary movie and entertainment options
  • Generous built-in closets
  • Plush Christy towels
  • Backlit magnifying mirror
  • Cosy waffle bathrobes & slippers

Grand Suite

581 ft² –  Orchid Deck (Upper Deck)

  • Private Balcony and Veranda with Patio Furniture
  • Built-in closets,
  • Hair dryer, safe, direct-dial telephone, individual climate-controlled thermostat,
  • Flat-screen TV with infotainment centre
  • Plush towels,cosy bathrobes and slippers
  • Daily fruit & cookie plate, and an evening amuse-bouche
  • DVD & iPod® docking station
  • Nespresso coffee machine
  • Bottle of wine upon arrival
  • Morning coffee, tea & continental breakfast
  • In-suite butler service; packing and unpacking assistance; in-room breakfast; daily fruit and cookie plate, and an elegant evening snack
  • Fully stocked mini bar; bottle of wine upon arrival; shoe shine; free laundry service
Prestige Suite

387 ft² – Prestige Suite, Orchid Deck (Upper Deck)

  • Private Balcony
  • Built-in closets,
  • Hair dryer, safe, direct-dial telephone, individual climate-controlled thermostat,
  • Flat-screen TV with infotainment centre
  • Plush towels, cosy bathrobes and slippers

Signature Suite

290 ft² – Signature Suite, (upper Deck)

  • Private Balcony
  • Built-in closets
  • Hair dryer, safe, direct-dial telephone, individual climate-controlled thermostat,
  • Flat-screen TV with infotainment centre
  • \plush towels, cosy bathrobes and slippers

Vista Suite

 280ft² – Lotus Deck (middle Deck)

  • French Balcony
  • Built-in closets,
  • Hair dryer, safe, direct-dial telephone, individual climate-controlled thermostat,
  • Flat-screen TV with infotainment centre
  • Plush towels, cosy bathrobes and slippers

Superior Suite

Superior Suite

 258 ft² – Jasmine Deck (Lower Deck)

  • Window (not opening)
  • Built-in closets,
  • Hair dryer, safe, direct-dial telephone, individual climate-controlled thermostat,
  • Flat-screen TV with infotainment centre
  • Plush towels, cosy bathrobes and slippers
DepartShipEmbarkFrom  
Sep 6Mekong NavigatorHanoi£5299Cabin Upgrxes
Lower DeckSuperior256 ft², Twin Portholes£5299  
Middle DeckVista276 ft², French Balcony£5899  
Upper DeckSignature291 ft², French Balcony£6299  
Upper DeckPrestige387 ft², French Balcony£7199  
Upper DeckGrande584 ft², Outside Balcony£8099  
Sep 12Mekong NavigatorHo Chi Minh City£5299Save upto £1200 ppCabin Upgrxes
Lower DeckSuperior256 ft², Twin Portholes£5299  
Middle DeckVista276 ft², French Balcony£5899  
Upper DeckSignature291 ft², French Balcony£6299  
Upper DeckPrestige387 ft², French Balcony£7199  
Upper DeckGrande584 ft², Outside Balcony£8099  
Oct 24Mekong NavigatorHanoi£5299Save upto £1200 ppCabin Upgrxes
Lower DeckSuperior256 ft², Twin Portholes£5299  
Middle DeckVista276 ft², French Balcony£5899  
Upper DeckSignature291 ft², French Balcony£6299  
Upper DeckPrestige387 ft², French Balcony£7199  
Upper DeckGrande584 ft², Outside Balcony£8099  
Nov 1Mekong NavigatorHo Chi Minh City£5299Save upto £1200 ppCabin Upgrxes
Lower DeckSuperior256 ft², Twin Portholes£5299  
Middle DeckVista276 ft², French Balcony£5899  
Upper DeckSignature291 ft², French Balcony£6299  
Upper DeckPrestige387 ft², French Balcony£7199  
Upper DeckGrande584 ft², Outside Balcony£8099  
Nov 7Mekong NavigatorHanoi£5299Save upto £1200 ppCabin Upgrxes
Lower DeckSuperior256 ft², Twin Portholes£5299  
Middle DeckVista276 ft², French Balcony£5899  
Upper DeckSignature291 ft², French Balcony£6299  
Upper DeckPrestige387 ft², French Balcony£7199  
Upper DeckGrande584 ft², Outside Balcony£8099  
Nov 29Mekong NavigatorHo Chi Minh City£3899Cabin Upgrxes
Lower DeckSuperior256 ft², Twin Portholes£3899  
Middle DeckVista276 ft², French Balcony£4499  
Upper DeckSignature291 ft², French Balcony£5499  
Upper DeckPrestige387 ft², French Balcony£7399  
Upper DeckGrande584 ft², Outside Balcony£6699  
Dec 5Mekong NavigatorHanoi£5299Save upto £1200 ppCabin Upgrxes
Lower DeckSuperior256 ft², Twin Portholes£5299  
Middle DeckVista276 ft², French Balcony£5899  
Upper DeckSignature291 ft², French Balcony£6299  
Upper DeckPrestige387 ft², French Balcony£7199  
Upper DeckGrande584 ft², Outside Balcony£8099  
Dec 13Mekong NavigatorHo Chi Minh City£4599Save upto £1200 ppCabin Upgrxes
Lower DeckSuperior256 ft², Twin Portholes£4599  
Middle DeckVista276 ft², French Balcony£5199  
Upper DeckSignature291 ft², French Balcony£6299  
Upper DeckPrestige387 ft², French Balcony£7199  
Upper DeckGrande584 ft², Outside Balcony£7399  
Dec 19Mekong NavigatorHanoi£5299Save upto £1200 ppCabin Upgrxes
Lower DeckSuperior256 ft², Twin Portholes£5299  
Middle DeckVista276 ft², French Balcony£5899  
Upper DeckSignature291 ft², French Balcony£6299  
Upper DeckPrestige387 ft², French Balcony£7199  
Upper DeckGrande584 ft², Outside Balcony£8099  


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Extend your stay in Bangkok, Hanoi & Ha Long Bay and Sapa

Make the most of your trip by extending your holiday, enjoy all that Bangkok (Thailand)has to offer with a 4 day pre or post cruise stay or see the stunning Hanoi and Ha Long Bay (Vietnam) or travel to the Sapa Highlands. BANGKOK, THAILAND Included in your 4-day stay: • 3 nights at the InterContinental Bangkok (or similar) • Breakfast daily and all service charges, taxes and porterage • Guided city tour • All transfers, transportation and intra-Asia flights Pricing: £779 per person (for 2 guests) For solo travelers, there is a single supplement of £309. Note: This extension is for cruise/tours that begin or end in Ho Chi Minh City. HANOI & HA LONG BAY, VIETNAM Included in your 5-day stay: • 3 nights at the InterContinental Hanoi Westlake (or similar) • 1 night on a Paradise Elegance Junk, Ha Long Bay with all meals onboard • Breakfast daily and all service charges, taxes and porterage • Hanoi full day city tour • Visit to Sung Sôt Cave and Titop Island • All transfers and transportation Pricing: £939 per person (for 2 guests) For solo travelers, there is a single supplement of £449. Note: This extension is for cruise/tours that begin or end in Ho Chi Minh City. SAPA, VIETNAM Included in your 6-day stay: • 2 nights at the InterContinental Hanoi Westlake (or similar) • 3 nights at the Victoria Sapa Resort & Spa (or similar) • Breakfast daily and all service charges, taxes and porterage • Cross-cultural encounters with Vietnam’s ethnic hill tribes • All transfers and transportation Pricing: £1,009 per person (for 2 guests) For solo travelers, there is a single supplement of £429. Note: This extension is for cruise/tours that begin or end in Ho Chi Minh City.

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