Day 1: Arrival in Saigon Day 2: City tour in Saigon Day 3: Ride to Vinh Long Day 4: Ride to Can Tho Day 5: Ride to Chau Doc Day 6: Boat to Phnom Penh Day 7: City tour Phnom Penh Day 8: Ride to Kampong Chnang Day 9: Ride to Siem Riep Day 10: Ride to Angkor Wat Day 11: Departure
Day 1: Arrival in Saigon Day 2: Saigon tour and Cu chi Tunnel Day 3: Mekong Delta Day 4: Mekong Delta Day 5: Boat to Phnom Penh Day 6: City tour of Phnom Penh Day 7: Fly to Siem Riep Day 8: Visit Angkor Wat Day 9: Visit to Angkor Wat Day 10: Boat trip on Tonle Sap Lake. Departure
This full-day boat trip will take you to the beautiful islands off shore of Sihanouville's beaches on the Gulf of Thailand. It’s an opportunity to enjoy the sunlight and sea breezes while having a fresh seafood barbeque for lunch.
Koh Tonsay or Rabbit Island is located about 4.5 kilometres southwest of Kep. The sea here is shallow, making Koh Tonsay excellent for swimming. Here, you’ll find a variety of corals, sea animals and plants which attract researchers and ecologists.
This half-day adventure tour promises a fun and fascinating hike at Phnom Ta-aun & Phnom Sia caves. The caves’ exteriors are not very photogenic but the interiors are spectacular with a vast complex of passageways, amphitheatres,
Cycle the back roads through sleepy countryside to visit the temple of Rolous, the first major capital of the Khmer Empire. Travel the back roads through little-seen villages where children will greet you.
Kampong Phluk is a cluster of three villages of stilted houses built within the floodplain of the Tonle Sap about 16 km southeast of Siem Reap. The villages are primarily Khmer and have about 3, 000 inhabitants between them.
Flying shortly after sunrise or before sunset, a hot balloon flight over stunning Angkor Wat is an exciting, fun, yet tranquil experience that will stay forever in your memory after the flight is over.