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Magnificent Mekong

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Shop Old Hanoi’s markets. See the Khmer temple complex of Angkor Wat. Behold the haunting beauty of Ta Prohm, where jungle vines embrace ancient ruins.

Explore Phnom Penh, Cambodia by cyclo rickshaw. Discover silk towns, fishing villages, monasteries and floating markets. With hotel stays in Hanoi, Siem Reap and Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) bracketing your 8-day Mekong cruise, this 15-day cruisetour reveals the beauty and grace of a land we have only begun to know.

What’s Included:

 

  • 12 complimentary shore excursions, one in every port of call
  • Beer, wine & soft drinks with onboard lunch & dinner
  • 24-hour specialty coffees, teas & bottled water
  • Unlimited free Wi-Fi
  • Visits to UNESCO Sites
  • Enrichment lectures & Destination Performances
  • Port taxes & fees
  • Ground transfers with Viking Air purchase

 

Day 1 - Hanoi, Vietnam

Fly to Hanoi, former capital of French Indochina, then transfer to your hotel.

Check in for a 2-night stay, then relax or take a walk to stretch your legs and get acquainted with the city.

Day 2 - Hanoi, Vietnam

After breakfast, take a tour of this unique, thousand-year-old Asian capital where old and new combine in a lush setting of parks and lakes. Visit the Museum of Ethnology, which includes a number of fascinating exhibits that bring Vietnam’s history and astonishingly diverse culture to life. Then tour the notorious “Hanoi Hilton,” the Hỏa Lò Prison where American POWs were held captive during the Vietnam War.

In the afternoon, visit Hanoi’s Temple of Literature. Founded in 1070 as Vietnam’s first university, this maze-like compound features inviting courtyards, gateways, pavilions, walkways, lakes and a museum. Continue on to the One Pillar Pagoda, an 11th-century monument that was rebuilt after being destroyed by the French in 1954. En route, pass some colonial landmarks such as the magnificent Opera House and St. Joseph’s Cathedral. Relax this afternoon before dinner at a local restaurant

Day 2 - Hanoi, Vietnam

Breakfast & Dinner

Day 3 - Hanoi, Vietnam

In the morning, take a leisurely ride through Hanoi’s Old Quarter by “green” electric car.

Enjoy some free time before your short afternoon flight to Siem Reap in Cambodia.

Check in to your hotel for a 3-night stay; tonight’s dinner is accompanied by a traditional Apsara dance show

Day 3 - Hanoi, Vietnam

Breakfast & Dinner

Day 4 - Siam Reap, Cambodia

Siem Reap is the gateway to Angkor, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most important archaeological sites in the world. Begin your day with a visit to one of Angkor’s largest Khmer temples, Angkor Wat, built for King Suryavarman II in the 12th century AD. With its beautiful proportions and extensive, intricate bas-relief stone carvings, it is one of the most spectacular sights in Southeast Asia.

Spend some time exploring the fortified city of Angkor Thom, which houses several of Angkor’s most popular sights such as the Terrace of the Elephants and the Terrace of the Leper King with their dramatic bas-reliefs.

Today you also visit the mysterious Bayon Temple, known for its giant, stone-carved faces with their enigmatic smiles. Dine at a local restaurant and relax this evening

Day 4 - Siam Reap, Cambodia

Breakfast & Dinner

Day 5 - Siam Reap, Cambodia

Today, ride to the spectacular 10th-century Hindu temple Banteay Srey (“Citadel of Women”) to see magnificent carvings of Shiva and Vishnu. Then, journey to Ta Prohm, one of the most popular of the Temples of Angkor. Unlike many other buildings, it has been left as it was discovered, with trees and large shrubs growing over the ruins.

During your visit, you will stop by an elementary school sponsored by Viking. Spend time amid the children’s contagious enthusiasm, perhaps getting to know a little about them. Your young hosts will share some of their lessons, and you can talk with the teachers and learn about the impact of the Viking-sponsored scholarship and other sponsorship programs. This evening, enjoy dinner in a local restaurant followed by a Cambodian Circus show that uniquely blends together theater, music, dance, acrobatics, juggling and aerial acts.

Day 5 -  Siam Reap, Cambodia

Breakfast & Dinner

Day 6 - Kampong Cham, Cambodia

After breakfast, check out of your Siem Reap hotel and begin your coach tour through the Cambodian countryside, which brings you to your ship in Kampong Cham, via the provincial capital of Kampong Thom.

Due to its central location, this area is rapidly becoming an important hub for fishing and agriculture. It also has a rich archaeological heritage, to which the 200 temples, some of which predate the Khmer Empire, attest.

This afternoon, board your ship. After you get settled in, meet the ship’s officers over a welcome cocktail.

Day 6 - Kampong Cham, Cambodia

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 7 - Kampong Cham, Cambodia

This morning, visit the Twin Holy Mountains of Phnom Pros and Phnom Srey with their many temples and pagodas, still used during traditional Khmer festivals.

After, visit a Kampong Cham orphanage where students create beautiful paintings that are available to purchase.

This afternoon the ship sets sail toward a silk-weaving village. Take a walk through the village and admire the rich silk fabrics.

Day 7 - Kampong Cham, Cambodia

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 8 - Phnom Penh, Cambodia

This morning’s excursion takes you through a Cambodian village. Afterward, take a short ride to Udon Monastery for a tour and to receive a blessing by the monks. Then continue to the next village, famous for its silversmiths. Rejoin your ship and have lunch as we cruise into Phnom Penh.

Your afternoon is free to explore Phnom Penh’s historic riverfront area with its restaurants, art galleries and silk shops, or perhaps visit the distinctive Central Market or the “Russian Market” where you can buy jewelry, curios, clothes and souvenirs. You might prefer to visit more of the city’s wats (monastery temples): Wat Langka, Wat Botum, Wat Koh or Wat Ounalom, each with its own special character and purpose.

Late this afternoon, enjoy an onboard presentation about recent Cambodian history by a local expert. Dinner is served on board the ship.

Day 8 - Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 9 - Phnom Penh, Cambodia

After breakfast, disembark in Cambodia’s lovely waterfront capital and explore the city in style, in a cyclo. This mode of transportation provides many Cambodians with a source of income and visitors with a speedy and enjoyable way to move around. See the magnificent Royal Palace with its spectacular Silver Pagoda, built in the 19th century by the French, but inspired by the centuries-old architecture of the Khmer. Then take a tour of the National Museum of Cambodia, which houses treasures of Khmer art and craftsmanship and also displays art that predates the mighty empire.

After lunch, join an excursion to the sobering memorial in the Tuol Sleng detention center, a former high school in which thousands of victims of the Khmer Rouge died, and the Killing Fields of Choeung Ek, or explore the city’s maze of small alleys, markets and busy streets on your own. Tonight’s dinner is accompanied by a folkloric performance.

Day 9 - Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 10 - Mekong River, Cambodia

Sail down the Mekong, one of the world’s great rivers, toward the Vietnamese border. The Mekong is truly the “Mother River of Southeast Asia,” sustaining civilizations through the centuries.

Pass by some of the Mekong rice fields. The Khmer Empire was founded on a rice surplus, and rice is still the main staple of Vietnamese cuisine.

Day 10 - Mekong River, Cambodia

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 11 - Tân Châu, Vietnam

Savor a rare glimpse of rural life as it has been lived for ages. Begin your morning with a ride on a traditional rickshaw in Tân Châu. Observe the making of floor mats from sedge and slippers from uzu. Afterward, visit the floating fish farm by wooden sampan, then take a boat ride to Vinh Hoa, known as “Evergreen Island.”

Here, you can take a short walk to see various methods of traditional Vietnamese farming and the crafts and other daily activities of local people firsthand.

Set sail in the afternoon, observing daily life along the way. This evening, enjoy a screening of the film l’Amant (The Lover), which prepares you for tomorrow’s visit to Sa Ðéc.

Day 11 - Tân Châu, Vietnam

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 12 - Sa Ðéc, Vietnam

This morning, board a sampan to explore the backwaters and canals of the Delta. Small factories line the river channels; get a glimpse of industry in the region with a visit to a brick factory. Stop in Sa Ðéc and see the house of Mr. Huynh Thuy Le, the protagonist in best-selling author Marguerite Duras’s autobiographical novel, l’Amant (The Lover).

After lunch, visit the colorful floating market of Cái Bè; see local workers producing rice noodles, coconut candy and a host of other handmade products.

This evening, attend an onboard screening of the 2002 film The Quiet American, based on Graham Greene’s novel set in 1952 Saigon

Day 12 - Sa Ðéc, Vietnam

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 13 - Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Bid farewell to your ship this morning as your cruise through Cambodia and Vietnam comes to an end. Disembark in Mỹ Tho, a busy river port not far from the capital of South Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City, formerly known as Saigon.

On your way to Ho Chi Minh City, tour the Cu Chi tunnels—mysterious, once-secret tunnels used as supply routes, hospitals and living quarters by the Viet Cong during the Vietnam War. These subterranean passageways outside Ho Chi Minh City are a tiny part of a huge network that extends through much of Vietnam.

Upon arrival in the city, check in to your hotel for a 2-night stay, then spend the rest of the day at leisure, getting acquainted with Ho Chi Minh at your own pace. See some of the historic French colonial architecture and soak up some of the city’s youthful energy. Tonight’s dinner is in a local restaurant.

Day 13 - Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Breakfast & Dinner

Day 14 - Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

After breakfast, begin another tour of this bustling metropolis with a visit to its historic center. Take a stroll along Dong Khoi Street, the main shopping boulevard in the old colonial heart. See the grand City Hall, Reunification Palace, the old Opera House with its soaring arched entryway, the Chinatown area and a lacquer factory. Complete your morning tour at Ben Thành Market.

The rest of your afternoon is free. Explore the city’s neighborhoods or do a bit of last-minute shopping at the local markets before this evening’s festive final dinner at a local restaurant.

Day 14 - Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Breakfast & Dinner

Day 15 - Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

After breakfast, check out of your hotel and proceed to the airport for your return flight.

Or, continue your Southeast Asia adventure with a 3-night stay in Bangkok, Thailand’s exciting capital

Breakfast

Day 1 - Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Fly to Ho Chi Minh City, formerly known as Saigon, then transfer to your hotel. Check in for a 2-night stay and then relax or take a walk to stretch your legs and begin getting acquainted with the city.

Day 2- Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Begin your tour of this bustling metropolis in the Chinatown area of the city. Walk along Dong Khoi Street, the main shopping boulevard in the old colonial heart. See the grand City Hall, the old Opera House with its soaring arched entryway, the double spires of the Notre Dame Cathedral and the Central Post Office.

This afternoon, head to Ben Thành Market for some handcrafted souvenirs and also visit a lacquer factory.

Dine in a local restaurant this evening.

Day 2- Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Breakfast & Dinner

Day 3 - Mỹ Tho, Vietnam

After breakfast, check out of your hotel and proceed to Mỹ Tho to embark your ship. Along the way, visit the Cu Chi tunnels—mysterious, once-secret tunnels used as supply routes, hospitals and living quarters by the Viet Cong during the Vietnam War. These subterranean passageways outside Ho Chi Minh City are a tiny part of a huge network that extends through much of Vietnam.

As you settle in to your stateroom, we begin sailing along the Mekong River. This evening, meet the ship’s officers over a welcome cocktail and enjoy a screening of the film l’Amant (The Lover), which prepares you for tomorrow’s visit to Sa Ðéc

Day 3 - Mỹ Tho, Vietnam

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 4 - Sa Ðéc, Vietnam

This morning, visit the floating markets of Cái Bè, where you see local workers producing rice noodles, coconut candy and a host of other handmade products.

This afternoon, enjoy an exciting sampan excursion along the canals and backwaters of the Mekong Delta. Small factories line the river channels. During your excursion, get a glimpse of industry in the region with a visit to a brick factory. Stop in Sa Ðéc to see the home of Mr. Huynh Thuy Le, the protagonist in Marguerite Duras’s beloved autobiographic novel, l’Amant (The Lover).

This evening, attend an onboard screening of the 2002 film The Quiet American, based on Graham Greene’s novel set in 1952 Saigon.

Day 4 - Sa Ðéc, Vietnam

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 5 - Tân Châu, Vietnam

Savor a rare glimpse of rural life as it has been lived for ages. Begin your morning with a ride on a traditional rickshaw in Tân Châu. Observe the making of floor mats from sedge and slippers from uzu.

Afterward, visit the floating fish farm by wooden sampan, then take a boat ride to Vinh Hoa, known as “Evergreen Island.” Here, you can take a short walk to see various methods of traditional Vietnamese farming and the crafts and other daily activities of local people firsthand.

Return on board for lunch and scenic cruising along the Mekong; this afternoon we cross over into Cambodia. Onboard activities include a fruit-carving workshop and a presentation about the history of Vietnam.

This evening we screen the 1984 film The Killing Fields.

Day 5 - Tân Châu, Vietnam

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 6 - Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Dock along the lovely waterfront of Cambodia’s capital and explore the city in style, in a cyclo (the ubiquitous passenger bicycles of Southeast Asia). This mode of transportation provides many Cambodians with a source of income and visitors with a speedy and enjoyable way to move around. See the magnificent Royal Palace with the Silver Pagoda, built in the 19th century by the French but inspired by the centuries-old architecture of the Khmer. Then see the National Museum of Cambodia, which houses treasures of Khmer art and craftsmanship and also displays art that predates the mighty empire.

This afternoon, join an excursion to the sobering memorial in the Tuol Sleng detention center, a former high school in which thousands of victims of the Khmer Rouge died, and the Killing Fields of Choeung Ek, or explore the city’s maze of small alleys, markets and busy streets on your own. Tonight’s dinner is accompanied by a folkloric performance.

Day 6 - Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 7 - Phnom Penh, Cambodia

This morning’s excursion takes you through a Cambodian village. Afterward, take a short ride to Udon Monastery for a tour and to receive a blessing by the monks. Then continue to the next village, famous for its silversmiths. Rejoin your ship and have lunch as we cruise into Phnom Penh.

Your afternoon is free to explore Phnom Penh’s historic riverfront area with its restaurants, art galleries and silk shops, or perhaps visit the distinctive Central Market or the “Russian Market” where you can buy jewelry, curios, clothes and souvenirs. You might prefer to visit more of the city’s wats (monastery temples): Wat Langka, Wat Botum, Wat Koh or Wat Ounalom, each with its own special character and purpose.

Late this afternoon, enjoy an onboard presentation about recent Cambodian history by a local expert. Dinner is served on board the ship.

Day 7 - Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 8 - Mekong River, Cambodia

Today, enjoy scenic cruising along the Mekong, one of the world’s great rivers. The Mekong is truly the “Mother River of Southeast Asia,” sustaining civilizations through the centuries.

Pass by some of the Mekong rice fields. The Khmer Empire was founded on a rice surplus, and rice is still the main staple of Vietnamese cuisine.

We stop to visit a typical Khmer river community that is famous for its silk-weaving production. Return on board for lunch.

Day 8 - Mekong River, Cambodia

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 9 - Kampong Cham, Cambodia

Today’s excursion takes you on a motorcoach ride to see Phnom Pros and Phnom Srey, the Twin Holy Mountains; then visit the nearby Buddhist temple and garden still used during traditional Khmer festivals.

After, visit a Kampong Cham orphanage where students create beautiful paintings that are available to purchase

Day 9 - Kampong Cham, Cambodia

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 10 - Siem Reap, Cambodia

Bid farewell to your ship this morning as your cruise through Vietnam and Cambodia comes to an end.

Disembark in Kampong Thom, then take a ride through the Cambodian countryside to Siem Reap.

Check in to your hotel for a 3-night stay.

Tonight’s dinner is accompanied by a traditional Apsara dance show.

Day 10 - Siem Reap, Cambodia

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 11 - Siem Reap, Cambodia

Siem Reap is the gateway to Angkor, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most important archaeological sites in the world. Begin your day with a visit to one of Angkor’s largest Khmer temples, Angkor Wat, built for King Suryavarman II in the 12th century AD. With its beautiful proportions and extensive, intricate bas-relief stone carvings, it is one of the most spectacular sights in Southeast Asia.

Explore the fortified city of Angkor Thom, which houses several of Angkor’s most popular sights. You also visit the mysterious Bayon Temple, known for its giant, stone-carved faces with their enigmatic smiles.

Relax this evening.

Day 11 - Siem Reap, Cambodia

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 12 - Siem Reap, Cambodia

Today, ride to the spectacular 10th-century Hindu temple Banteay Srey (“Citadel of Women”) to see magnificent carvings of Shiva and Vishnu.

Then, journey to Ta Prohm, one of the most popular of the Temples of Angkor. Unlike many other buildings, it has been left as it was discovered, with trees and large shrubs growing over the ruins.

Then visit a local village supported by Viking. Spend time with the children at one of the village schools.

Return to your hotel before your final dinner in Siem Reap followed by a Cambodian Circus show that uniquely blends together theater, music, dance, acrobatics, juggling and aerial acts.

Day 12 - Siem Reap, Cambodia

Breakfast & Dinner

Day 13 - Hanoi, Vietnam

After breakfast, check out of your hotel for your short flight to Hanoi.

After lunch in your hotel, enjoy free time to explore the city and have dinner on your own

Day 13 - Hanoi, Vietnam

Breakfast & Lunch

Day 14 - Hanoi, Vietnam

This morning, tour this unique Asian capital where old and new combine for an inviting blend in a lush setting of parks and lakes. Visit the Temple of Literature with its maze of courtyards and graceful gateways, an excellent example of traditional Vietnamese architecture. Proceed to the 11th-century One Pillar Pagoda, one of Vietnam’s most iconic monuments, and the nearby Ho Chi Minh Memorial, a vast complex dedicated to the country’s 20th-century Communist leader.

This afternoon, tour the notorious “Hanoi Hilton,” the Hỏa Lò Prison where American POWs were held captive during the Vietnam War. Take a leisurely ride through the Old Quarter by “green” electric car, visit the Museum of Ethnology, which includes a number of fascinating exhibits that bring Vietnam’s history and astonishingly diverse culture to life, and then enjoy some free time to explore Hanoi on your own before gathering for a festive farewell dinner.

Day 14 - Hanoi, Vietnam

Breakfast & Dinner

Day 15 - Hanoi

After breakfast, check out of your hotel and proceed to the airport for your return flight.

Or, continue your Southeast Asia adventure with a 2-night stay at Ha Long Bay, Vietnam.

Breakfast

From your intimate river cruise ship on the Mekong River cruise, you will sail past unforgettable scenery, visit destinations rich in history, enjoy wonderful cuisine and meet the region’s fascinating, friendly people.

Viking Mekong is a beautifully handcrafted ship specifically designed to navigate even the most remote areas of the Mekong River.  Carrying up to 56 passengers and 25 crew, richly decorated with gleaming teak decks, mahogany wood paneling, and lots of Asian touches. Suites and Staterooms offer a river view from every stateroom with large windows and personal deck space, and an extraordinarily friendly atmosphere with attentive, English-speaking crew.

Explore the sights, sounds and flavors of one of the most scenic and fascinating regions in the world while enjoying the comfort and elegant romance of Viking Mekong.

Onboard Features & Facilities

  • 28 comfortable outside, river-view staterooms and suites
  • Restaurant with panoramic views
  • Sun deck with shaded sitting area
  • Bar, lounge, library & onboard boutique
  • Laundry service*

 

* Payable locally.

Accommodation & Amenities

2 Junior suites and 26 staterooms are all river-view with hotel style beds which may be configured as twin or a large double; each has sliding French doors.

All have en-suite bathrooms with shower and WC, and bath amenities.

Bottled water is provided and replenished daily.

Junior Suite

232 ft² – (Upper) Deck

  • Junior Suite size: 232 sq. ft.
  • Floor-to-ceiling, sliding French doors
  • All staterooms have hotel-style beds with optional twin-bed configuration
  • Private bathroom with shower
  • Safe, hair dryer & air conditioning
  • Bottled water replenished daily
  • Voltage: 220V stateroom

 

Standard Staterooms A,B & C

168 ft² – (Middle) Deck

  • Standard Staterooms 168 sq. ft.
  • Upper & Middle deck staterooms have floor-to-ceiling, sliding French doors
  • All staterooms are outside with a river view
  • All staterooms have hotel-style beds with optional twin-bed configuration
  • Private bathroom with shower
  • Safe, hair dryer & air conditioning
  • Bottled water replenished daily
  • Voltage: 220V stateroom

DepartShipEmbarkFrom  
Jan 14Viking MekongHanoi£4435SAVE £500Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£4435  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French DoorsSold  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French DoorsSold  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French DoorsSold  
Jan 18Viking MekongHanoi£5635SAVE £500Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French DoorsSold  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French DoorsSold  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French DoorsSold  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French Doors£5635  
Feb 15Viking MekongHanoi£4435SAVE £500Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£4435  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French DoorsSold  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French DoorsSold  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French DoorsSold  
Aug 5Viking MekongHanoi£4555SAVE £500Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French DoorsSold  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French DoorsSold  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£4555  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French DoorsSold  
Aug 9Viking MekongHanoi£4035SAVE £500Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£4035  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French DoorsSold  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£4555  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French DoorsSold  
Aug 19Viking MekongHanoi£4555SAVE £500Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French DoorsSold  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French DoorsSold  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£4555  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French DoorsSold  
Aug 23Viking MekongHanoi£4345SAVE £500Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French DoorsSold  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£4345  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£4555  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French DoorsSold  
Sep 2Viking MekongHanoi£4745SAVE £500Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French DoorsSold  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£4745  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£4955  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French DoorsSold  
Oct 4Viking MekongHanoi£4635SAVE £500Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£4635  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£4945  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£5155  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French DoorsSold  
Oct 14Viking MekongHanoi£4635SAVE £500Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£4635  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£4945  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£5155  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French DoorsSold  
Oct 18Viking MekongHanoi£4635SAVE £500Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£4635  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French DoorsSold  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French DoorsSold  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French DoorsSold  
Oct 28Viking MekongHanoi£5155SAVE £500Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French DoorsSold  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French DoorsSold  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£5155  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French DoorsSold  
Nov 15Viking MekongHanoi£4945SAVE £500Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French DoorsSold  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£4945  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French DoorsSold  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French DoorsSold  
Nov 25Viking MekongHanoi£4635SAVE £500Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£4635  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£4945  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£5155  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French DoorsSold  
Nov 29Viking MekongHanoi£4635SAVE £500Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£4635  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£4945  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£5155  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French DoorsSold  
Dec 9Viking MekongHanoi£4635SAVE £500Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£4635  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£4945  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£5155  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French DoorsSold  
Dec 13Viking MekongHanoi£4635SAVE £500Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£4635  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£4945  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£5155  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French DoorsSold  
Dec 23Viking MekongHanoi£5475SAVE £500Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£5475  
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Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French DoorsSold  
Dec 27Viking MekongHanoi£5475SAVE £500Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£5475  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£5785  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£5995  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French DoorsSold  
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Jan 6Viking MekongHo Chi Minh City£5185SAVE £1000Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French DoorsSold  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£5185  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£5335  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French DoorsSold  
Jan 10Viking MekongHanoi£4975SAVE £1000Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£4975  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£5185  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£5335  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French DoorsSold  
Jan 20Viking MekongHo Chi Minh City£4975SAVE £1000Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£4975  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£5185  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£5335  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French DoorsSold  
Jan 24Viking MekongHanoi£4975SAVE £1000Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£4975  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£5185  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£5335  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French DoorsSold  
Feb 3Viking MekongHo Chi Minh City£5115SAVE £1000Cabin Upgrades
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Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£5325  
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Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French DoorsSold  
Feb 7Viking MekongHanoi£5325SAVE £1000Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French DoorsSold  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£5325  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£5475  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French DoorsSold  
Feb 17Viking MekongHo Chi Minh City£5115SAVE £1000Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£5115  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£5325  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£5475  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French DoorsSold  
Feb 21Viking MekongHanoi£5115SAVE £1000Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£5115  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£5325  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£5475  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French DoorsSold  
Mar 2Viking MekongHo Chi Minh City£5115SAVE £1000Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£5115  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£5325  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£5475  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French Doors£5825  
Mar 16Viking MekongHo Chi Minh City£5115SAVE £1000Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£5115  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£5325  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£5475  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French DoorsSold  
Mar 20Viking MekongHanoi£5115SAVE £1000Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£5115  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£5325  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£5475  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French Doors£5825  
Aug 3Viking MekongHo Chi Minh City£3615SAVE £1000Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£3615  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£3835  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£3975  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French Doors£4335  
Aug 7Viking MekongHanoi£3615SAVE £1000Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£3615  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£3835  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£3975  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French Doors£4335  
Aug 17Viking MekongHo Chi Minh City£3615SAVE £1000Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£3615  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£3835  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£3975  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French Doors£4335  
Aug 21Viking MekongHanoi£3615SAVE £1000Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£3615  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£3835  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£3975  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French Doors£4335  
Aug 31Viking MekongHo Chi Minh City£3615SAVE £1000Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£3615  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£3835  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£3975  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French Doors£4335  
Sep 4Viking MekongHanoi£3615SAVE £1001Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£3615  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£3835  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£3975  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French Doors£4335  
Sep 14Viking MekongHo Chi Minh City£3895SAVE £1000Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£3895  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£4115  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£4255  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French Doors£4615  
Sep 18Viking MekongHanoi£3895SAVE £1000Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£3895  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£4115  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£4255  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French Doors£4615  
Sep 28Viking MekongHo Chi Minh City£3895SAVE £1000Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£3895  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£4115  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£4255  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French Doors£4615  
Oct 2Viking MekongHanoi£4825SAVE £1000Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£4825  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£5045  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£5185  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French Doors£5545  
Oct 12Viking MekongHo Chi Minh City£4825SAVE £1000Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£4825  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£5045  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£5185  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French Doors£5545  
Oct 16Viking MekongHanoi£4825SAVE £1000Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£4825  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£5045  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£5185  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French Doors£5545  
Oct 26Viking MekongHo Chi Minh City£4825SAVE £1000Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£4825  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£5045  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£5185  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French Doors£5545  
Oct 30Viking MekongHanoi£4825SAVE £1000Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£4825  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£5045  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£5185  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French Doors£5545  
Nov 9Viking MekongHo Chi Minh City£4975SAVE £1000Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£4975  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£5195  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£5335  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French Doors£5695  
Nov 13Viking MekongHanoi£4975SAVE £1000Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£4975  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£5195  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£5335  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French Doors£5695  
Nov 23Viking MekongHo Chi Minh City£4975SAVE £1000Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£4975  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£5195  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£5335  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French Doors£5695  
Nov 27Viking MekongHanoi£4975SAVE £1000Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£4975  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£5195  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£5335  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French Doors£5695  
Dec 7Viking MekongHo Chi Minh City£4825SAVE £1000Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£4825  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£5045  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£5185  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French Doors£5545  
Dec 11Viking MekongHanoi£4824SAVE £1001Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£4824  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£5044  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£5184  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French Doors£5544  
Dec 21Viking MekongHo Chi Minh City£4823SAVE £1002Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£4823  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£5043  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£5183  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French Doors£5543  
Dec 25Viking MekongHanoi£4822SAVE £1003Cabin Upgrades
Middle DeckCat C168 ft², French Doors£4822  
Upper DeckCat B168 ft², French Doors£5042  
Upper DeckCat A168 ft², French Doors£5182  
Upper DeckJr. Suite232 ft², French Doors£5542  

* we work very hard to make sure our prices are up to date at all times.  However, please ring for live availability of cabin types and pricing as specifics are always subject to change until booked.


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