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Phnom Penh tours, sights and activities

3D2N Phnom Penh Spectacular

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    Phnom Penh
    Silver Pagoda, Royal Palace, National Museum, Central Market, Killing Field, Cheong Ek, Russian Market, Toul Sleng Museum, Independent Monument, Wat Phnom Temple, Mekong River
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    Giamso Tours

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  • Day 1: Arrival at Phnom Penh (L / D)
    Depart by scheduled flight from Singapore. Upon arrival at Phnom Penh Airport, meet with the local guide and proceed to hotel for check-in. After Lunch at local restaurant, you will then start the tour to visit Silver Pagoda, Royal Palace, National Museum and Central Market. You will have your dinner at local restaurant.
    Day 2: Phnom Penh (B/L/D)
    After breakfast, proceed to visit Killing Field (also known as Cheong Ek) and you may buy some unique souvenir at the souvenir shop and Russian Market. After lunch, continue to the Toul Sleng Museum, Independent Monument and Wat Phnom Temple. Lastly, you are going to enjoy an hour of boat ride along Mekong River, seeing the great scenery. Dinner will be served at local restaurant.
    Day 3: Depart Phnom Penh (B)
    Free at own leisure until transfer to the airport for your flight back to Singapore.
    Day 4:
  • Please note that the above itinerary is for references and subject to changes without prior notice

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4D3N Phnom Penh Spectacular

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    Phnom Penh
    Silver Pagoda, Royal Palace, National Museum and Central Market, Oudong Mountain, Toul Sleng Museum, Monument, Wat Phnom Temple, Killing Field, Cheong Ek, Mekong River
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    Giamso Tours

    Giamso works hand-in-hand with their customers to secure the best rates possible. At Giamso, you can be assured that you are getting the best value for money.

  • Day 1: Arrival At Phnom Penh (L/D)
    Depart by scheduled flight from Singapore. Upon arrival at Phnom Penh Airport, meet with the local guide and proceed to hotel for check-in. After Lunch at local restaurant, you will then start the tour to visit Silver Pagoda, Royal Palace, National Museum and Central Market. You will have your dinner at local restaurant.
    Day 2: Phnom Penh (B/L/D)
    After breakfast, begin your tour by visiting Oudong Mountain. After that, enjoy lunch at local restaurant then continue to the Toul Sleng Museum, Independent Monument and Wat Phnom Temple. Lastly, you will have your dinner at local restaurant.
    Day 3: Phnom Penh (B/L/D)
    After breakfast at hotel, proceed to visit Killing Field (also known as Cheong Ek) and you may buy some unique souvenir at the souvenir shop. After that, take your lunch at local restaurant and you are going to enjoy an hour of boat ride along Mekong River, seeing the great scenery. Dinner will then be served at local restaurant.
    Day 4: Depart Phnom Penh (B)
    After breakfast, free at own leisure until transfer to The Phnom Penh Airport for your flight back to Singapore.
    Day 5:
  • Please note that the above itinerary is for references and subject to changes without prior notice

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Siem Reap tours, sights and activities

3D2N Angkor Wat Spectacular

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    Siem Reap
    Angkor Silk Farm, Artisan D’Angkor, Cambodian Cultural, Village, Angkor Thom, Bayon, Royal Enclosure, Elephants Terrace, Terrace of Leper King, Ta Prohm Temple, Angkor Wat Temples
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    Giamso Tours

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  • Day 1: Siem Reap (L/D)
    Depart by your flight from Singapore. Upon arrival at Siem Reap Airport, meet with the local guide and proceed to hotel for check-in. Then, you will be having lunch at local restaurant. After lunch, you will begin your tour to visit Angkor Silk Farm, Artisan D’Angkor and Cambodian Cultural Village where you can understand more about the local culture . Lastly, you will enjoy your dinner at local restaurant with cultural performance
    Day 2: Siem Reap (B/L/D)
    After breakfast, you will proceed to visit Southern gate of Angkor Thom, Bayon, Royal Enclosure, Elephants Terrace, Terrace of Leper King and Ta Prohm Temple. Then you will have your lunch at local restaurant. After that, visit to the most famous Angkor Wat Temples and you will be able to watch the beautiful sunset there. Dinner served at local restaurant.
    Day 3: Depart Siem Reap (B)
    Free at own leisure until transfer to the airport for your flight back.
    Day 4:
  • Please note that the above itinerary is for references and subject to changes without prior notice.

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14D13N Asian Adventure

Land Tour USD2215

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    Vientiane
    Cope, Patuxai
    Siem Reap
    Tonle Sap, Aspara, dance performance, Ankor Wat, Temples, Angkor Thom, Ta Prohm, temple
    Luang Prabang
    Pak Ou, caves., Tam Ting, Cave, Wat Xiang Thong, Mt Phu Si, rainforest, elephant, ride
    Phnom Penh
    Khmer Rouge, Toul Sleng, Genocide Museum
    Bangkok
    Patpong, Night Market
    Chiang Mai
    Royal Palace, Emerald Buddha, Temple, Dawn, Temple, Royal Barge, Siam, Square, Wat Phra That, temple
Get into the best of Thailand, Laos & Cambodia in 14 incredible days. Be part of the buzz & bright lights of Bangkok before a change of scene in the Mekong with its rice paddy & sugar fields & coconut palms. The low key vibes of Laos, with its small villages, saffron robed monks & French colonial past are up next, before Angkor Wat & Ta Prohm in Cambodia's jungle & a slice of Phnom Penh.
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    Contiki Holidays

    The worldwide leader in vacations for 18-35 year-olds. For over 49 years, Contiki Holidays has been taking travelers around the world and offering them an unforgettable travel experience! Activities Our tours include more sights, more activities, more authentic local food and more spectacular places to stay. We give you heaps of free time to relax, explore or just hang out. And wherever you go, your Contiki Crew is there to help you have the time of your life. We create the journeys so you can create the stories. Start your story with us. Total Freedom Free time is about doing what you're into as you take in new places and cultures. Hunt down some local music, spend some time lounging, biking, shopping or just exploring. All of our trips are planned with loads of free time, so you can head off and do your own thing. Need some inspiration for things to do? Just ask the ultimate travel experts – your Contiki Crew.

  • Day 1: Arrive Bangkok
    Check-in to your hotel and head straight out to explore the massive, buzzing city of Bangkok. It’s a busy urban mix in this city: tuk-tuks flash past shrines and street side BBQs, traditional long-tail boats cruise past high rises, and locals, businessmen, travellers and monks share the streets. Later, meet up with your Tour Manager and fellow travellers and find out about what’s ahead of you. Afterwards, it’s a free night - some of the group might head out and eat together. Bangkok is a foodies’ paradise and has over 50,000 places to eat at, from noodle stalls to gourmet restaurants. Some of the typical dishes you could try tonight at a local restaurant include phad thai (noodle dish), basil and chilli chicken or spicy papaya salad. After dinner, ask your Tour Manager about Bangkok’s ins and outs. Get some pointers before uncovering laid-back sidewalk beer gardens, hip clubs or cocktail bars in a fun night out. You could scan the streets around the mythical travellers’ hub of Khao San Road. Rummage through the markets and flex your bargaining skills negotiating for some fake designer goods, or handicrafts, music and jewellery. Otherwise, jump in a tuk-tuk and hit the eye-opening Patpong Night Market, with its neon lights and buzzing street life.
    Day 2: Bangkok to Chiang Mai (B)
    First stop this morning is Bangkok’s incrediable Royal Palace. It’s 61 acres of stunning buildings, gleaming spires and multi-coloured murals. You’ll learn about Thai beliefs and the Royal Family’s lifestyle at Bangkok’s most famous site and spiritual hot spot. Visit the holiest Buddhist site in the country, the Emerald Buddha Temple. Your Local Guide will show you the epic murals, incredible architecture and tell you about the visiting pilgrims. Next up: the klongs (canals) of Bangkok - you’ll soon understand why this city is often dubbed ‘Venice of the East’. Get around like a local on a typical Thai boat – it’s perfect for taking in this sprawling megapolis from the water. You’ll see the landmark Dawn Temple, the Royal Barge and some of the major hotels as we cruise along Bangkok’s main artery, Chao Praya River. The maze of backwater canals will give you a good look into everyday Thai life as we cruise past a jumble of buildings and houses, and see locals going about their day. This afternoon, there’s free time. A good starting point is the downtown area, with its high-rises, cool shopping plazas and international foods to try. For the hottest fashions, find your way to the shops in Siam Square. Pick up some Thai-designed clothes in one of the upscale stores or in one of the cute little boutiques that line the side streets. Get lost in the thriving street life of Bangkok’s Chinatown and explore its web of bustling alleyways. Food vendors sell all sorts of crazy Asian delicacies and the shops are packed from floor to ceiling with everything from kitsch knick-knacks to household items. It’s time to go local and board an overnight train to Chiang Mai. This trip is perfect for winding down after your hectic Bangkok experience, so plug in your MP3 and settle in for the night. Optional : Group Photo at Bangkok’s Grand Palace - US$5
    Day 3: Chiang Mai (B)
    Wake up in chilled-out Chiang Mai, Thailand’s pretty, second largest city. After breakfast, our Local Guide takes everyone to the stunning Wat Phra That temple and gives you insight into this sacred site that sits on the tallest mountain overlooking the city. Listen to pilgrims ringing bells, take part in Buddhist rituals - maybe even receive a blessing by a Buddhist monk. Check out the gorgeous architecture, highlighted in vivid reds, golds and greens. Keep your camera handy for amazing vistas over the city and surrounding countryside. If you have time during the afternoon, head in to discover Chiang Mai’s old quarter. Surrounded by a moat and ancient walls, packed with over 300 temples, the city’s heart is great to explore on foot. Otherwise, relax and try a world-famous Thai massage. Later choose our optional hands-on cooking experience. Learn about Thai food and culture by accompanying an expert local chef to buy key ingredients at one of Chiang Mai’s markets. Then cook up a storm and feast on the results at the end! Afterwards, walk off dinner and take a look around the sprawling night bazaar, where you’ll find bargains, Buddhas, lanterns and fake designer goods. Optional : Thai cooking class - US$30
    Day 4: Chiang Mai to Chiang Rai (B)
    Travel through a landscape of rice paddies to Chiang Rai, a quiet town that is the gateway to trekking in the surrounding hills. In our optional trip here, you’ll find out about traditional hill tribe people, like the Akha, Yao,Lanu and Karen (long-neck peoples) and their culture. Back in Chiang Rai, take a walk around the former imperial city and see the old city walls. Have dinner amongst the locals at the town’s night bazaar and maybe head to a Thai disco with some friends afterwards. Optional : Akha & Yao Hilltribes visit - US$25
    Day 5: Chiang Rai to Pakbeng (B/L/D)
    Today, cross the border into laid-back Laos, South East Asia’s only land-locked country. Having recently opened its doors to foreigners, Laos has pretty much kept its traditional lifestyle alive with lots of untouched nature and really friendly locals. Travel down the famous Mekong River on our own private boat. Catch some sun, read a book or listen to some tunes as you take in the wild beauty of the countryside. You’ll soon understand why the river is the region’s lifeline, doubling as both a transport route and food source. Glide past remote villages, hillside crop farms, bamboo fish traps and watch locals enjoying a swim. Our night stop is the riverside village of Pakbeng, where you’ll truly be off the beaten track and can experience a bit of rural Laos living. We’ll be staying in a simple, local guesthouse. Stretch your legs and walk around tiny Pakbeng’s markets for a closer look at life in this remote trading-post village.
    Day 6: Pakbeng to Luang Prabang (B/L)
    Back on board the boat this morning, we continue cruising down the Mekong, past thick forests and mountains. Next stop: the Pak Ou caves. Our Local Guide will fill you in on gorgeous Tam Ting Cave and the local’s beliefs about this sacred spot. The caves are set into a limestone cliff, just above the water where the Nam Ou and Mekong Rivers join. The Tam Ting cave has been used for centuries as the final resting place for over 4,000 images of Buddha. Get ready for the travellers’ favourite: Luang Prabang. A former mountain kingdom, Luang Prabang is now a colourful cultural hub soaked in history. This stunning town has lots of character. Gold decorated temples, beautiful Royal buildings, saffron-robed monks and the rundown elegance of its French colonial past all combine to give Luang Prabang its unique charm. Our Local Guide will give you a fun intro to the UNESCO World Heritage listed old-town on 2-wheels. You’ll get a feel for another era, as we roll past time-worn French mansions, ancient temples and cobblestone lanes. Visit Wat Xiang Thong, Luang Prabang’s most historic monastery, to learn about Buddhism and see the temple’s rich decorations. Later, if you’re feeling energetic, we’ll walk up Mt Phu Si to a hill-top stupa to catch stunning views and a sunset over the town and temples. With a free evening, uncover the colourful stalls at Luang Prabang’s pretty night market. It’s an easy-going place to shop for fabrics, bamboo lamps, paper umbrellas, silks, silver and crafts. Snack on spring rolls, baguettes, noodles or BBQ at one of the open-air street eateries.
    Day 7: Luang Prabang (B)
    There’s a chance to get up close to the world’s largest land-based mammals as part of our Only Contiki rainforest elephant ride. Ride an elephant through thick, green jungle, beside the Nam Khan River. You can feel good about doing it, as all funds from this activity go back into the local community. Get some friends together and take an optional trip to the nearby Kuang Si Falls for a swim and a bit of nature. The impressive 60 metre falls cascade into cool pools – perfect for taking a dip. You can also do easy hikes around this area or meet the bears of the Kuang Si Bear Rescue Centre. Culture-wise, pay a visit to the Royal Palace museum for a taste of local history. Check out the French-built palace that mixes up French and Laotian styles. You can also see Pha Bang, one of Laos’ most sacred images of Buddha, as well as brilliantly coloured murals, religious art and royal relics. For something different, check out what’s going on down by the river. Sit back on the bank with a Beer Lao and watch daily life, as livestock and produce are loaded onto tiny boats, and locals cool off in the Mekong. Optional : Kuang Si Waterfall trip - US$15
    Day 8: Luang Prabang to Vang Vieng (B)
    Start the day by getting into the spirit of the town and wake up early for the monks’ procession and ritual giving of alms. The combination of first morning light and the monks’ orange robes is great for photos & is a truly unique experience before you farewell Luang Prabang. This morning’s spectacular drive winds its way down to riverside Vang Vieng, known for its dramatic limestone karsts (rock formations) and outdoor adventure activities. With cliffs, tunnels, caves, caverns and a river, there’s plenty of ways to get active and turn up the energy levels. Vang Vieng is a backpackers’ hub, so it has loads of different restaurant choices. Eat local, feast on some Indian food or grab an Italian-style pizza with your travel buddies.
    Day 9: Vang Vieng (B)
    Today, get hold of a map and take off at your own pace to explore the surrounding countryside. Cover more on a bike (your Tour Manager can organise one for you). There are a whole lot of limestone caves, swimming holes, tunnels and bunkers once used against invaders to discover. Or maybe you prefer to relax riverside and soak up the chilled-out Lao vibes of this stopover. Wind down the day with your friends and catch a sunset at a riverside bar or an island watering-hole.
    Day 10: Vang Vieng to Vientiane (B/D)
    This morning it’s on to Vientiane. Compact, cosmopolitan and the nation’s capital, Vientiane shows influences of old Chinese and Vietnamese merchant family traditions, French colonialism, expat lifestyle and socialism. Get your bearings when you take a city tour with our Local Guide and your Tour Manager. We start with a visit to Cope, a charity project where victims of Uxo (unexploded ordinance), among others, learn to use their new prosthetic limbs and train in new work skills. Hear about Laos’ troubled past as one of the world’s most bombed nations, about the victims, and what’s being done at this centre to help those in need. Next we view That Luang, Vientiane’s main site and Laos’ most important religious symbol. Your Local Guide knows about the legends behind the golden stupa, its rough past and its restoration. Check out the 45 metre spire rising above the massive lotus petals. Visit Patuxai, Laos’ answer to Paris’ Arc de Triomphe – a monument that combines French design and Laotian artwork. Climb to the top and see the surrounds of Vientiane or check out the surrounding park, which is a favourite local hang out.
    Day 11: Vientiane to Phnom Penh (B)
    Travel by plane into Cambodia this morning, a country with fantastic food, mind-blowing ancient temples and a complex history. Phnom Penh is the capital and a bustling, busy city, with pretty tree-lined boulevards and gleaming palaces. It also holds stark reminders of the country’s dark history. Learn about the Khmer Rouge and Cambodia’s troubled, recent past when we visit the ‘Killing Fields’ mass graves. Our Local Guide will then take you for a visit to the Toul Sleng Genocide Museum where you can walk through the prisoners’ former living quarters and see the chilling documentation of atrocities committed by the Khmer Rouge. Often our Guides have a personal story they want to share about their experience during the regime.
    Day 12: Phnom Penh to Siem Reap (B)
    Catch a flight this morning and land in small-town Siem Reap, where cafes, bars and restaurants spill out of French style shophouses. We’ll jump on a private wooden boat and head out on Tonle Sap, South East Asia’s biggest fresh water lake to experience a unique way of life. Our Local Guide will tell you about the floating villages found here. We also make a stop at a crocodile farm in the middle of the lake. Back on land, you can explore more of Siem Reap at your own pace. You’ve got free time to visit the Psar Chas (old market) for handicrafts and exotic fresh produce. Known for its tasty food, Siem Reap serves up traditional meals and Khmer food with a twist, as well as international dishes for those missing Western tastes. Ideas for dinner include ordering a meal from one of the food stalls at Psar Chas. Try out bai cha (Khmer fried rice) or chicken curry. Otherwise try a meal in an atmospheric colonial building that has been transformed into a cool restaurant or bar. For a dose of culture, go and see a traditional Aspara dance performance – an ancient Cambodian art form. The performance still reflects the Royal style of the original court with stunning costumes of silk and sequins.
    Day 13: Siem Reap (B)
    Get ready for an incredible day with a visit to the jaw-droppingly beautiful Ankor Wat Temples. Start early with a visit to watch the sun rise over Ankor Wat, the largest religious monument in the world. The heart-stopping combo of soft light, lily-filled waterways and an intricately carved temple will give you goose bumps. Our Local Guide will share epic stories of the Khmer Empire, telling you about the sacred sites found here and the Hindu gods that feature on the amazing wall sculptures. After a guided tour around this stunning UNESCO World Heritage site, we head back to the hotel for a break. Use the time to cool off in the pool or to have a siesta during the heat of the day. In the afternoon, we return to the temples to take a look at Angkor Thom, with its four massive faces carved out of rock – each one looking towards different compass points. Explore the jumble of 54 towers, 216 repeated faces, little rooms and spaces that make up up Bayon. Imagine what the 19th Century explorers originally uncovered when you see Ta Prohm temple slowly being swallowed by the jungle - this was the temple made famous in the movie ‘Tomb Raider’. Tonight, play some pool, hang out with your friends and venture down Pub Street for a fun night out.
    Day 14: Depart Siem Reap (B)
    Our tour ends this morning after breakfast. Say goodbye to your travel buddies and Tour Manager.
    • 13 nights accommodation: 11 nights in 3-star hotels, 1 night in a guesthouse, 1 night on an overnight train
    • 17 meals: 13 breakfasts, 2 lunches & 2 dinners
    • An experienced & professional Tour Manager & English-speaking local guides
    • Sightseeing tours of all major cities plus orientations in all other destinations
    • Local taxes, payments & service charges
    • 2 internal flights
    • Transport & included sightseeing
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Siem Reap tours, sights and activities

5D4N Angkor Wat Spectacular

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    Siem Reap
    Angkor Silk Farm, Artisan D’Angkor, Cambodian Cultural Village, Angkor Thom, Bayon, Royal Enclosure, Elephants Terrace, Terrace of Leper King, Ta Prohm Temple, Angkor Wat Temples, Roluos Group, Preah Ko, Bakong, Lolei Temple, Banteay Srey, Banteay Samre Temples, Kravan, Srash Srang, Banteay Kdei, Takeo, Chao Say, Thommanon Temples, Preah Khan, Neak Pean, Tasom, Mebon, Pre Rup Temples
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  • Day 1: Arrival At Siem Reap (L/D)
    Depart by your flight from Singapore. Upon arrival at Siem Reap Airport, meet with the local guide and proceed to hotel for check-in. Then, you will be having lunch at local restaurant. After lunch, you will begin your tour to visit Angkor Silk Farm, Artisan D’Angkor and Cambodian Cultural Village where you can understand more about the local culture . Lastly, you will enjoy your dinner at local restaurant with cultural performance.
    Day 2: Siem Reap (B/L/D)
    After breakfast, you will proceed to visit Southern gate of Angkor Thom, Bayon, Royal Enclosure, Elephants Terrace, Terrace of Leper King and Ta Prohm Temple. Then you will have your lunch at local restaurant. After that, visit to the most famous Angkor Wat Temples and you will be able to watch the beautiful sunset there. Dinner served at local restaurant.
    Day 3: Siem Reap (B/L/D)
    After enjoying your breakfast at hotel, you will then visit Roluos Group: Preah Ko, Bakong, and Lolei Temple. Lunch will be served at local hotel. After that you will continue your visit to Banteay Srey and Banteay Samre Temples. Last, enjoy your dinner at local restaurant.
    Day 4: Siem Reap (B/L/D)
    After breakfast, proceed to visit Kravan, Srash Srang, Banteay Kdei, Takeo, Chao Say and Thommanon Temples. Then have your lunch at local restaurant. After that, visit to Preah Khan, Neak Pean, Tasom, Mebon and Pre Rup Temples. Last, enjoy your dinner at local restaurant.
    Day 5: Depart Siem Reap (B)
    After breakfast, free at own leisure until transfer to The Siem Reap Airport for your flight back to Singapore.
    Day 6:
  • Please note that the above itinerary is for references and subject to changes without prior notice.

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25D24N Big Indochina Adventure

Land Tour USD4295

The Big Indochina Adventure is just that...big on adventures, incredible sights, experiences & good times. From the hustle and bustle of Bangkok, to the serenity of Thailand's north, to the amazing colours & culture of Vietnam & the rugged terrain and archaeological treasures of Laos, it’s all here. Finish it up with the rich but tragic past of Cambodia & more as 25 days unfold Indochina’s best.

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    Contiki Holidays

    The worldwide leader in vacations for 18-35 year-olds. For over 49 years, Contiki Holidays has been taking travelers around the world and offering them an unforgettable travel experience! Activities Our tours include more sights, more activities, more authentic local food and more spectacular places to stay. We give you heaps of free time to relax, explore or just hang out. And wherever you go, your Contiki Crew is there to help you have the time of your life. We create the journeys so you can create the stories. Start your story with us. Total Freedom Free time is about doing what you're into as you take in new places and cultures. Hunt down some local music, spend some time lounging, biking, shopping or just exploring. All of our trips are planned with loads of free time, so you can head off and do your own thing. Need some inspiration for things to do? Just ask the ultimate travel experts – your Contiki Crew.

  • Day 1: Arrive Bangkok
    Check-in to your hotel and head straight out to explore the massive, buzzing city of Bangkok. It’s a busy urban mix in this city: tuk-tuks flash past shrines and street side BBQs, traditional long-tail boats cruise past high rises, and locals, businessmen, travellers and monks share the streets. Later, meet up with your Tour Manager and fellow travellers and find out about what’s ahead of you. Afterwards, it’s a free night - some of the group might head out and eat together. Bangkok is a foodies’ paradise and has over 50,000 places to eat at, from noodle stalls to gourmet restaurants. Some of the typical dishes you could try tonight at a local restaurant include phad thai (noodle dish), basil and chilli chicken or spicy papaya salad. After dinner, ask your Tour Manager about Bangkok’s ins and outs. Get some pointers before uncovering laid-back sidewalk beer gardens, hip clubs or cocktail bars in a fun night out. You could scan the streets around the mythical travellers’ hub of Khao San Road. Rummage through the markets and flex your bargaining skills negotiating for some fake designer goods, or handicrafts, music and jewellery. Otherwise, jump in a tuk-tuk and hit the eye-opening Patpong Night Market, with its neon lights and buzzing street life.
    Day 2: Bangkok to Chiang Mai (B)
    First stop this morning is Bangkok’s incrediable Royal Palace. It’s 61 acres of stunning buildings, gleaming spires and multi-coloured murals. You’ll learn about Thai beliefs and the Royal Family’s lifestyle at Bangkok’s most famous site and spiritual hot spot. Visit the holiest Buddhist site in the country, the Emerald Buddha Temple. Your Local Guide will show you the epic murals, incredible architecture and tell you about the visiting pilgrims. Next up: the klongs (canals) of Bangkok - you’ll soon understand why this city is often dubbed ‘Venice of the East’. Get around like a local on a typical Thai boat – it’s perfect for taking in this sprawling megapolis from the water. You’ll see the landmark Dawn Temple, the Royal Barge and some of the major hotels as we cruise along Bangkok’s main artery, Chao Praya River. The maze of backwater canals will give you a good look into everyday Thai life as we cruise past a jumble of buildings and houses, and see locals going about their day. This afternoon, there’s free time. A good starting point is the downtown area, with its high-rises, cool shopping plazas and international foods to try. For the hottest fashions, find your way to the shops in Siam Square. Pick up some Thai-designed clothes in one of the upscale stores or in one of the cute little boutiques that line the side streets. Get lost in the thriving street life of Bangkok’s Chinatown and explore its web of bustling alleyways. Food vendors sell all sorts of crazy Asian delicacies and the shops are packed from floor to ceiling with everything from kitsch knick-knacks to household items. It’s time to go local and board an overnight train to Chiang Mai. This trip is perfect for winding down after your hectic Bangkok experience, so plug in your MP3 and settle in for the night.
    Day 3: Chiang Mai (B)
    Wake up in chilled-out Chiang Mai, Thailand’s pretty, second largest city. After breakfast, our Local Guide takes everyone to the stunning Wat Phra That temple and gives you insight into this sacred site that sits on the tallest mountain overlooking the city. Listen to pilgrims ringing bells, take part in Buddhist rituals - maybe even receive a blessing by a Buddhist monk. Check out the gorgeous architecture, highlighted in vivid reds, golds and greens. Keep your camera handy for amazing vistas over the city and surrounding countryside. If you have time during the afternoon, head in to discover Chiang Mai’s old quarter. Surrounded by a moat and ancient walls, packed with over 300 temples, the city’s heart is great to explore on foot. Otherwise, relax and try a world-famous Thai massage. Later choose our optional hands-on cooking experience. Learn about Thai food and culture by accompanying an expert local chef to buy key ingredients at one of Chiang Mai’s markets. Then cook up a storm and feast on the results at the end! Afterwards, walk off dinner and take a look around the sprawling night bazaar, where you’ll find bargains, Buddhas, lanterns and fake designer goods.
    Day 4: Chiang Mai to Chiang Rai (B)
    Travel through a landscape of rice paddies to Chiang Rai, a quiet town that is the gateway to trekking in the surrounding hills. In our optional trip here, you’ll find out about traditional hill tribe people, like the Akha, Yao,Lanu and Karen (long-neck peoples) and their culture. Back in Chiang Rai, take a walk around the former imperial city and see the old city walls. Have dinner amongst the locals at the town’s night bazaar and maybe head to a Thai disco with some friends afterwards.
    Day 5: Chiang Rai to Pakbeng (B/L/D)
    Today, cross the border into laid-back Laos, South East Asia’s only land-locked country. Having recently opened its doors to foreigners, Laos has pretty much kept its traditional lifestyle alive with lots of untouched nature and really friendly locals. Travel down the famous Mekong River on our own private boat. Catch some sun, read a book or listen to some tunes as you take in the wild beauty of the countryside. You’ll soon understand why the river is the region’s lifeline, doubling as both a transport route and food source. Glide past remote villages, hillside crop farms, bamboo fish traps and watch locals enjoying a swim. Our night stop is the riverside village of Pakbeng, where you’ll truly be off the beaten track and can experience a bit of rural Laos living. We’ll be staying in a simple, local guesthouse. Stretch your legs and walk around tiny Pakbeng’s markets for a closer look at life in this remote trading-post village.
    Day 6: Pakbeng to Luang Prabang (B/L)
    Back on board the boat this morning, we continue cruising down the Mekong, past thick forests and mountains. Next stop: the Pak Ou caves. Our Local Guide will fill you in on gorgeous Tam Ting Cave and the local’s beliefs about this sacred spot. The caves are set into a limestone cliff, just above the water where the Nam Ou and Mekong Rivers join. The Tam Ting cave has been used for centuries as the final resting place for over 4,000 images of Buddha. Get ready for the travellers’ favourite: Luang Prabang. A former mountain kingdom, Luang Prabang is now a colourful cultural hub soaked in history. This stunning town has lots of character. Gold decorated temples, beautiful Royal buildings, saffron-robed monks and the rundown elegance of its French colonial past all combine to give Luang Prabang its unique charm. Our Local Guide will give you a fun intro to the UNESCO World Heritage listed old-town on 2-wheels. You’ll get a feel for another era, as we roll past time-worn French mansions, ancient temples and cobblestone lanes. Visit Wat Xiang Thong, Luang Prabang’s most historic monastery, to learn about Buddhism and see the temple’s rich decorations. Later, if you’re feeling energetic, we’ll walk up Mt Phu Si to a hill-top stupa to catch stunning views and a sunset over the town and temples. With a free evening, uncover the colourful stalls at Luang Prabang’s pretty night market. It’s an easy-going place to shop for fabrics, bamboo lamps, paper umbrellas, silks, silver and crafts. Snack on spring rolls, baguettes, noodles or BBQ at one of the open-air street eateries.
    Day 7: Luang Prabang (B)
    There’s a chance to get up close to the world’s largest land-based mammals as part of our Only Contiki rainforest elephant ride. Ride an elephant through thick, green jungle, beside the Nam Khan River. You can feel good about doing it, as all funds from this activity go back into the local community. Get some friends together and take an optional trip to the nearby Kuang Si Falls for a swim and a bit of nature. The impressive 60 metre falls cascade into cool pools – perfect for taking a dip. You can also do easy hikes around this area or meet the bears of the Kuang Si Bear Rescue Centre. Culture-wise, pay a visit to the Royal Palace museum for a taste of local history. Check out the French-built palace that mixes up French and Laotian styles. You can also see Pha Bang, one of Laos’ most sacred images of Buddha, as well as brilliantly coloured murals, religious art and royal relics. For something different, check out what’s going on down by the river. Sit back on the bank with a Beer Lao and watch daily life, as livestock and produce are loaded onto tiny boats, and locals cool off in the Mekong.
    Day 8: Luang Prabang to Vang Vieng (B)
    Start the day by getting into the spirit of the town and wake up early for the monks’ procession and ritual giving of alms. The combination of first morning light and the monks’ orange robes is great for photos & is a truly unique experience before you farewell Luang Prabang. This morning’s spectacular drive winds its way down to riverside Vang Vieng, known for its dramatic limestone karsts (rock formations) and outdoor adventure activities. With cliffs, tunnels, caves, caverns and a river, there’s plenty of ways to get active and turn up the energy levels. Vang Vieng is a backpackers’ hub, so it has loads of different restaurant choices. Eat local, feast on some Indian food or grab an Italian-style pizza with your travel buddies.
    Day 9: Vang Vieng (B)
    Today, get hold of a map and take off at your own pace to explore the surrounding countryside. Cover more on a bike (your Tour Manager can organise one for you). There are a whole lot of limestone caves, swimming holes, tunnels and bunkers once used against invaders to discover. Or maybe you prefer to relax riverside and soak up the chilled-out Lao vibes of this stopover. Wind down the day with your friends and catch a sunset at a riverside bar or an island watering-hole.
    Day 10: Vang Vieng to Vientiane (B/D)
    This morning it’s on to Vientiane. Compact, cosmopolitan and the nation’s capital, Vientiane shows influences of old Chinese and Vietnamese merchant family traditions, French colonialism, expat lifestyle and socialism. Get your bearings when you take a city tour with our Local Guide and your Tour Manager. We start with a visit to COPE, a charity project where victims of UXO (unexploded ordinance), among others, learn to use their new prosthetic limbs and train in new work skills. Hear about Laos’ troubled past as one of the world’s most bombed nations, about the victims, and what’s being done at this centre to help those in need. Next we view That Luang, Vientiane’s main site and Laos’ most important religious symbol. Your Local Guide knows about the legends behind the golden stupa, its rough past and its restoration. Check out the 45 metre spire rising above the massive lotus petals. Visit Patuxai, Laos’ answer to Paris’ Arc de Triomphe – a monument that combines French design and Laotian artwork. Climb to the top and see the surrounds of Vientiane or check out the surrounding park, which is a favourite local hang out.
    Day 11: Vientiane to Phnom Penh (B)
    Travel by plane into Cambodia this morning, a country with fantastic food, mind-blowing ancient temples and a complex history. Phnom Penh is the capital and a bustling, busy city, with pretty tree-lined boulevards and gleaming palaces. It also holds stark reminders of the country’s dark history. Learn about the Khmer Rouge and Cambodia’s troubled, recent past when we visit the ‘Killing Fields’ mass graves. Our Local Guide will then take you for a visit to the Toul Sleng Genocide Museum where you can walk through the prisoners’ former living quarters and see the chilling documentation of atrocities committed by the Khmer Rouge. Often our Guides have a personal story they want to share about their experience during the regime.
    Day 12: Phnom Penh to Siem Reap (B)
    Catch a flight this morning and land in small-town Siem Reap, where cafes, bars and restaurants spill out of French style shophouses. We’ll jump on a private wooden boat and head out on Tonle Sap, South East Asia’s biggest fresh water lake to experience a unique way of life. Our Local Guide will tell you about the floating villages found here. We also make a stop at a crocodile farm in the middle of the lake. Back on land, you can explore more of Siem Reap at your own pace. You’ve got free time to visit the Psar Chas (old market) for handicrafts and exotic fresh produce. Known for its tasty food, Siem Reap serves up traditional meals and Khmer food with a twist, as well as international dishes for those missing Western tastes. Ideas for dinner include ordering a meal from one of the food stalls at Psar Chas. Try out bai cha (Khmer fried rice) or chicken curry. Otherwise try a meal in an atmospheric colonial building that has been transformed into a cool restaurant or bar. For a dose of culture, go and see a traditional Aspara dance performance – an ancient Cambodian art form. The performance still reflects the Royal style of the original court with stunning costumes of silk and sequins.
    Day 13: Siem Reap (B)
    Get ready for an incredible day with a visit to the jaw-droppingly beautiful Ankor Wat Temples. Start early with a visit to watch the sun rise over Ankor Wat, the largest religious monument in the world. The heart-stopping combo of soft light, lily-filled waterways and an intricately carved temple will give you goose bumps. Our Local Guide will share epic stories of the Khmer Empire, telling you about the sacred sites found here and the Hindu gods that feature on the amazing wall sculptures. After a guided tour around this stunning UNESCO World Heritage site, we head back to the hotel for a break. Use the time to cool off in the pool or to have a siesta during the heat of the day. In the afternoon, we return to the temples to take a look at Angkor Thom, with its four massive faces carved out of rock – each one looking towards different compass points. Explore the jumble of 54 towers, 216 repeated faces, little rooms and spaces that make up up Bayon. Imagine what the 19th Century explorers originally uncovered when you see Ta Prohm temple slowly being swallowed by the jungle - this was the temple made famous in the movie ‘Tomb Raider’. Tonight, play some pool, hang out with your friends and venture down Pub Street for a fun night out.
    Day 14: Siem Reap to Ho Chi Minh City (B)
    There’s free time before our afternoon flight, so you could visit a local community project that supports families in crisis where you can interact with the kids and find out how social work operates here. This afternoon we land in vibrant Vietnam, where traditional culture and a modern way of life fuse. It’s also got a reputation for beautiful beaches, delicious food and stunning scenery. Formerly known as Saigon, Ho Chi Minh City is Vietnam’s capital and an up-and-coming metropolis of urban activity. It’s packed with pagodas, roadside shops, xe om (motorbike taxis), high-rises and reminders of the Vietnam war. Try some strong Vietnamese coffee at a local roadside café and watch it all go by. This evening your Tour Manager will lead you through the thriving markets called Ben Thanh - popular with locals, expats and travellers. Stalls spill out in all directions and anything from Vietnam’s iconic conical hats to jasmine incense are up for sale, so get haggling. The markets are also a great place to try some simple and tasty local foods from a push-cart kitchen. Order a whole lot of different snacks and dishes like pho (noodle soup), neem rolls (fresh spring rolls) and chao bo (grilled beef skewer with lemon grass) so you can taste a bit of everything.
    Day 15: Ho Chi Minh City to Mekong Delta (B/L/D)
    For the next two days, we journey into the Mekong Delta. In your time here, cruise the Delta on a traditional boat and take in Vietnam’s major rice producing area. See local fruit farms, floating markets and everyday life on Vietnam’s waterways. Learn about local industry with visits to a rice paper factory. You’ll also get a taste of tradition at a tea house and get to enjoy a typical lunch at a local house. Later, local musicians will perform for us before we tuck into some home-cooked food at the simple, local guesthouse where we stay overnight.
    Day 16: Mekong Delta to Ho Chi Minh City (B)
    It’s an early breakfast before heading back to Ho Chi Minh City via the Viet Cong’s legendary tunnels in Cu Chi. See booby traps, hidden doors and some of the 250kms of tunnels that Vietnamese resistance fighters dug by hand to escape danger and launch surprise attacks from. If you’re up for it, you can even go down into the skinny tunnels and experience them first-hand. Tonight it's a free evening, so why not grab some delicious Vietnamese food with your tour mates.
    Day 17: Ho Chi Minh City to Nha Trang (B)
    Today you’ll hear Vietnam’s history in a nutshell on a city tour that starts from colonial times. Check out the Notre Dame Cathedral, a relic left from French rule. We also see the Presidential or Reunification Palace, the former political heart of the country, from where various leaders have ruled. Learn how the loss of this building marked the fall of Saigon during the Vietnam War. Then look through the sobering War Remnants Museum and find out about victims of the Vietnam War. In the afternoon, the group flies to the seaside resort town of Nha Trang, famous for its sweeping, golden beach, turquoise waters and fun water sports. This evening, order yourself some fresh lobster, prawns or even fish’n’chips!
    Day 18: Nha Trang (B)
    A free day gives you time to sink into the laid-back beach lifestyle. Snack on fresh pineapple or other tropical fruits from the area. Try a massage and soak up the sun or cool off in the South China Sea. Activity-wise, there’s a chance to get out among the gorgeous offshore islands on our optional cruise. With swim stops and snorkelling off the island of Hon Mun, this is a fun way to explore the area. Your Tour Manager can also organise you a treat - experience a mineral mud bath and hot thermal springs! Tonight, find yourself a spot on the beach or at a waterfront bar to watch the sun set over the sea. But don’t stop there! Get into Nha Trang’s nightlife with some of the group - it’s a pretty lively place!
    Day 19: Nha Trang to Hoi An (B)
    After a short flight to Danang this morning, we drive on to Hoi An. Hoi An is a pretty little town, with history written all over it. Blending Japanese, Chinese, Vietnamese and European influences, this former port town is an unusual mix of architectural styles. You’ll get a real feel for this town when you walk through the UNESCO World Heritage Listed old quarter with our Local Guide, who’ll tell you the story behind the old merchant shops, the 400-year-old Japanese covered bridge and the pretty pagoda. This afternoon, it’s free time to either relax back at the hotel pool or get some clothes made. Hoi An is known for its beautiful cloths and colourful silks, and there are loads of tailors ready to whip up some made-to-order threads in record breaking time. One tip is to bring some clothes you like from home with you - the tailors can make almost exact copies of the patterns! They also have designs in their shops to choose from. As the sun sets, we head out on bikes with a Local Guide into the surrounding countryside for a look at the gorgeous scenery. Cruise past rice fields and traditional homes before riding riverside back into town. Choose an optional Vietnamese cooking class tonight and taste why this food has such a good reputation. Cook up 4 traditional dishes - you’ll even get to enjoy eating them afterward.
    Day 20: Hoi An (B)
    It’s a free day today, so explore more of Hoi An and its surrounds. For a day away from it all, head to untouched Cham Island on an optional trip through this UNESCO-listed Biosphere Reserve. With a speed boat cruise, fantastic snorkelling, secluded beaches, wildlife and delicious local food for lunch in a small village - this is a great way to spend the day. Alternatively, you could visit the ruined Hindu temples of the Champa Empire at My Son. Our optional excursion takes in the highlights of this UNESCO World Heritage-listed site that was built between the 4th and 14th century. You’ll see overgrown temples in a location that was once a leading spiritual centre in this part of Vietnam. Otherwise, look through the galleries, antique shops and workshops of the old town. Locals still use traditional methods for pottery, weaving silk and wood-carving. Walk along the historic waterfront to the local market and continue through the stalls selling hand-woven baskets, medicinal herbs and local specialties. If you’re working up an appetite, there are lots of cool cafés serving great food to snack on, as well as coffees and beer.
    Day 21: Hoi An to Hue (B)
    Back on the coach we travel through the “Pass of the Ocean Clouds”, on to the former imperial city of Hue. Keep your camera handy for the incredible coastal views and rolling green hills along the way. We start our time in mellow Hue with a visit to the imperial Tu Duc Mausoleum. Our Local Guide will give you the story on this 'poet Emperor' and ancient burial rites as you walk around the intricately decorated pavilions, gorgeous gardens, and lotus flower ponds. Take your time to view the statues and colourful artwork. The next spot we stop at is the 7-story Thien Mu Pagoda. Learn about the legend behind its construction plus the events surrounding the notorious Hue Buddhist massacre. It’s a unique experience tonight with our included dinner, as we enjoy the hospitality of the Lac Thien Restaurant operated by a local disadvantaged family. Feast on authentic Hue food in this low-key restaurant that is also popular with locals.
    Day 22: Hue to Hanoi (B)
    After a short flight, we land in the Northern capital of Hanoi. Hanoi is completely different to its southern counterpart, Ho Chi Minh City. It combines French flair, Chinese culture and Vietnamese vitality. This town is a romantic living timeline and open-air museum. Our hotel is right in the middle of the city's bustling Old Quarter - this really is the place to be! The Old Quarter has been Hanoi’s commercial hub since the 15th century and is packed into a tiny square kilometre. A maze of back streets, merchant houses and shops loaded with goods gives the area its special atmosphere. Your Tour Manager will take you to some of the 36 trade streets found here – each street specialises in certain products. See masses of colourful items on display, from red banners, black-lacquered goods, to silks, fans and paper products. In your free time, navigate to the French Quarter for a change of scene. Walk the wide Parisian-style boulevards and take in the shuttered mansions, balconies and other leftovers from a by-gone colonial era. For a real slice of Vietnamese culture, sit down at one of the simple bia hoi (draught beer) sidewalk bars, pull up a stool and hang out among the locals. People-watch and order some local dishes, like bo luc lac (spicy beef and green pepper stir fry), dau chien ron (fried tofu) or nom ngo sen (lotus-stem salad).
    Day 23: Hanoi to Halong Bay (B/L/D)
    First up this morning is a visit to the mausoleum of Ho Chi Minh – former president of Vietnam. Be part of the solemn procession of onlookers paying their respects to the leader who fought for the country’s independence (seasonal). We then drive to picturesque Halong Bay where we’ll board a Chinese-style junk boat for an overnight cruise through the absolutely stunning waters of this UNESCO World Heritage-listed site. This natural wonder doesn’t come up short on views: traditional sampans and junks sail the crystal waters of the Gulf of Tonkin, where nearly 2,000 limestone islands dot the sea. Kick back on deck and soak up views of grottos, lagoons and thick forests. Our boat passes hidden coves, sheer cliffs and stunning beaches before arriving at the Sung Sot Caves where we'll visit the limestone interior and take in the fantastic views. Back on board there’s a little more cruising before we stop for a swim in an idyllic remote lagoon and dock at Dao Titop for sunset. Tonight enjoy some fresh seafood with the group for dinner before settling in to your air-conditioned cabin on board the junk.
    Day 24: Halong Bay to Hanoi (B/L)
    After a relaxed breakfast we take a local boat to explore a small, hidden grotto and perhaps see some of the locals (monkeys!) that live there. We then cruise back to port and return to Hanoi, with free time this afternoon. Escape the busy streets with a visit to the Temple of Literature – a quiet haven of walled gardens, red-lacquered pillars and golden painted dragons. Nearly 1,000 years old, the Temple is Vietnam’s most important Confucian sanctuary and it's historic seat of learning. For more culture your Tour Manager can help you get tickets to Hanoi’s world-famous water puppet performance, a quirky tradition from the region of the Red River Delta. Tonight is the last night on tour, so perhaps enjoy a memorable dinner at KOTO Restaurant - this eatery helps support an organisation that works to improve former disadvantaged childrens' lives by training them in hospitality.
    Day 25: Depart Hanoi (B)
    Our tour ends this morning after breakfast and some free time, so say goodbye to your crew and Tour Manager.
    • 24 nights accommodation: 20 nights in 3-star hotels, 2 nights in a guesthouse, 1 night on an overnight train, 1 night on an overnight cruise
    • 34 meals: 24 breakfasts, 5 lunches & 5 dinners
    • An experienced & professional Tour Manager & English-speaking local guides
    • Sightseeing tours of all major cities plus orientations in all other destinations
    • Local taxes, payments & service charges
    • 6 internal flights
    • Transport & included sightseeing
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4D3N Angkor Wat Spectacular

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    Siem Reap
    Southern gate of Angkor Thom, Bayon, Royal Enclosure, Elephants Terrace, Terrace of Leper King, Ta Prohm Temple, Kravan, Srah Srang, Banteay Kdei, Chao Say, Thommanon Temples, Angkor Wat Temples, Roluos Group, Preah Ko, Bakong, Lolei Temple, Banteay Srey, Banteay Samre Temples
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  • Day 1: Arrival at Siem Reap (L/D)
    Depart by your flight from Singapore. Upon arrival at Siem Reap Airport, meet with the local guide and proceed to hotel for check-in. After that, you will be having lunch at local restaurant. After lunch, proceed to visit Southern gate of Angkor Thom, Bayon, Royal Enclosure, Elephants Terrace, Terrace of Leper King and Ta Prohm Temple. Lastly you will enjoy your dinner at local restaurant with cultural performance.
    Day 2: Siem Reap (B/L/D)
    After breakfast, you will proceed to visit Kravan, Srah Srang, Banteay Kdei, Chao Say and Thommanon Temples. Then you will have your lunch at local restaurant. After that, visit to the most famous Angkor Wat Temples and you will be able to watch the beautiful sunset there. Dinner will be served at local restaurant.
    Day 3: Siem Reap (B/L/D)
    After enjoying your breakfast at hotel, you will then visit Roluos Group: Preah Ko, Bakong, and Lolei Temple. Lunch will be served at local hotel. After that you will continue your visit to Banteay Srey and Banteay Samre Temples. Last, enjoy your dinner at local restaurant.
    Day 4: Depart Siem Reap (B)
    After breakfast, free at own leisure until transfer to the Siem Reap Airport for your flight back to Singapore.
  • Please note that the above itinerary is for references and subject to changes without prior notice.

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4D3N Fascinating Cambodia

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    Angkor Silk Farm, Artisans D’Angkor, Cambodian Cultural Village, Banteay Temple, Southern Gate of Angkor Thom, Bayon, Royal Enclosure, Elephant Terrace, Terrace of Leper King, Ta Prohm Temple, Angkor Wat Temples
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    Silver Pagoda, Royal Palace, National Museum, Central Market
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  • Day 1: Arrival At Siem Reap (L/D)
    Depart for Siem Reap on your scheduled flight. On arrival, transfer to hotel for check in. After lunch, we will visit Angkor Silk Farm, Artisans D’Angkor and Cambodian Cultural Village. Lastly, enjoy your dinner along with a cultural dance performance.
    Day 2: Siem Reap (B/L/D)
    After breakfast, we will visit Banteay Temple, Southern Gate of Angkor Thom, Bayon, Royal Enclosure, Elephant Terrace, Terrace of Leper King and Ta Prohm Temple. After lunch, continue your journey to the Angkor Wat Temples and watch the sunset.
    Day 3: Siem Reap – Phnom Penh By Road (B/D)
    After breakfast, proceed to the bus terminal and transfer to Phnom Penh by public bus. Upon arrival, transfer to hotel for check in. We will visit the Silver Pagoda, Royal Palace, National Museum and Central Market.
    Day 4: Depart Phnom Penh (B)
    Free and easy after breakfast until your transfer to the airport. Home sweet home.
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15D14N Highlights of Vietnam and Cambodia 2014

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Begin your Vietnam trip at a Welcome Reception in the grounds of the Vietnam National Fine Art Museum. Explore Hanoi’s Old Quarter and see the uniquely northern Vietnamese water puppet performance. Spend a night cruising Ha Long Bay aboard a traditional Junk sailing boat and try Tai Chi on the sundeck at the break of dawn. In rural Hue take a cyclo ride to the Imperial Citadel, and later visit a private bonsai garden. Soak up the tranquil Vietnamese coastal town of Hoi An and enjoy a Be My Guest experience at Tra Que village. Fly to Ho Chi Minh City and visit the famous Cu Chi tunnels by speedboat. Cruise along the Mekong River to see delta scenery and local handicrafts. End your holiday in Cambodia with a visit to Angkor Wat, one of the most important religious monuments in the world. 

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  • Day 1: Arrive Hanoi (2 Nights)
    Welcome to Vietnam! Upon arrival, transfer to your hotel and get settled in before meeting your Travel Director and fellow travelers for a Welcome Reception drink and local appetizers in the grounds of the Vietnam National Fine Arts Museum at 8 p.m. (Welcome Reception)
    Day 2: Hanoi Sightseeing (B/L/D)
    Take a full day to explore Hanoi's celebrated history. Visit the historic Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, an imposing monument lavishly built using marble and granite, and where the preserved body of Uncle Ho resides. A short walk from the mausoleum is Ho Chi Minh's stilt-supported house, a Unique Insight, and the lotus-shaped One Pillar Pagoda resting on a single stone pillar emerging from the water. Continue to the Temple of Literature, the first University for the sons of mandarins, for an overview of Hanoian culture and ancient Vietnamese architecture. After lunch at a local restaurant enjoy a walking tour through the Old Quarter to observe the bustling local life.  In the evening, see a traditional water puppet performance, a Unique Insight whose origin dates back over a thousand years, before indulging in a Vietnamese dinner at a local restaurant.
    Day 3: Hanoi - Ha Long Bay Cruise (B/L/D)
    This morning, drive through green rice paddy fields to Ha Long Bay where you board your Authentic Accommodation, a traditional Vietnamese Junk sailing boat, for a cruise among the hundreds of islets of Ha Long Bay. Enjoy a sumptuous seafood lunch before visiting a grotto of gigantic stalactites and stalagmites. Drop anchor later in the evening for a Highlight Dinner and a peaceful overnight stay afloat among the dramatic limestone rising up out of the emerald water.
    Day 4: Ha Long Bay - Hanoi - Hue (2 Nights) (B/L/D)
    Begin your day as the locals do during a morning Tai Chi class, a Local Speciality, on the deck of the traditional Junk boat. Indulge in a delectable brunch as you continue cruising among the 2,000 islands before arriving at the wharf. Disembark and drive back to Hanoi stopping at Dong Trieu Ceramic factory, a Local Specialty, where you learn from the local artisans about pottery and ceramic techniques. Take time to enjoy views of the Vietnamese agricultural scenery before enjoying an early supper at a surprise location. Continue onto Hanoi airport for the evening flight to Hue where, upon arrival, you are transferred to your luxurious resort hotel.
    Day 5: Hue Sightseeing (B/L)
    Hue once served as an Imperial capital to the Nguyen Lords from the 17th to the 19th century. With splendid emperors' tombs, ancient pagodas and the remains of the Citadel, the city retains its royal charm.This morning take a cyclo ride from the hotel to the Imperial Citadel, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Enter through the towering main gate and appreciate the magnificent architecture and gardens while you learn about the events and the intrigue of the former royal court. Despite being bombed heavily, there are some incredibly well preserved sections still intact. From there, transfer to the famous Thien Mu pagoda, Hue's best-reserved religious monument. Standing on the riverbank with its seven-storey tower, the pagoda is a sight to behold. From Thien Mu, return to Hue city by dragon boat for lunch by the riverside. After a busy morning sightseeing the rest of the afternoon is at leisure. Tonight you have the option to dine on Royal cuisine, as it was known under the Nguyen Emperors, and enjoy melodious music at the Duyet Thi Duong theatre in the Citadel.
    Day 6: Hue - Danang - Hoi An (3 Nights) (B/L)
    This morning visit the private bonsai garden of Ms. Ton Nu, a Local Expert, who teaches you about the preparation and fertilization of the land, along with techniques on how to identify an outstanding bonsai.  Later you have the option to explore one of the great remaining garden houses of Hue. Princess Ngoc Son was a daughter of Emperor Dong Khanh. Today it is one of the best garden houses in Hue and has been maintained largely in its original form. This afternoon depart Hue and drive over the scenic Hai Van Pass to enjoy the magnificent views. Stopping en-route at the Cham museum a Unique Insight, to learn about the ancient Champa civilisation with records dating as far back as 2nd century AD. Later arrive at your centrally located hotel in the heart of Hoi An - the perfect location to spend some time at leisure enjoying the variety of riverside cafes, restaurants, shops and the local market.
    Day 7: Hoi An Sightseeing (B)
    This morning is at leisure to relax at your centrally located hotel or take an optional excursion to My Son Cham towers, constructed between the 4th and the 14th century AD by the kings of Champa. The temples are dedicated to the worship of the god Shiva. The My Son temple complex is regarded as one of the foremost Hindu temple complexes in South-East Asia. In the afternoon, enjoy a walking tour around the ancient town of Hoi An. Between the 17th and 19th centuries, Hoi An was a prosperous trading port. Today, this UNESCO World Heritage-listed ancient town boasts well-preserved buildings and unique cuisine, allowing visitors a glimpse of its illustrious past. There is plenty to visit including the old merchant houses with influences from the Chinese, the 400-year-old Japanese Covered Bridge; the Chinese Assembly Hall with outstanding wood carvings; and the colourful market with stalls brimming with Local Specialities including silk, which can be turned into fashionable garments within a day or two. Later in the afternoon you might like to join an optional Vietnamese cooking class working with a private chef who will teach the traditional methods of preparing and cooking Vietnamese food. Enjoy the rest of the evening at leisure to wander the peaceful colourfully lantern lit streets of this picturesque town.
    Day 8: Hoi An (B/D)
    Start the day with a visit to Tra Que Organic village, walk through the market gardens where local farmers work their fields using the traditional methods. Spend some time helping local farmers with their daily working routines, before indulging in a foot massage a Local Speciality. Later enjoy a delicious Be My Guest lunch with a local farming family. Return to Hoi An Village for the rest of the day at leisure for you to explore Hoi An's many riverside restaurants or relax at your centrally located hotel.
    Day 9: Hoi An – Danang - Ho Chi Minh City (3 Nights) (B/L)
    This morning, fly to Vietnam's largest city, Ho Chi Minh City formally known as Saigon. Begin with a walking tour to admire Saigon's historic landmarks, discover some of the beautiful French colonial buildings built in the late 19th and early 20th century including the famous Continental Hotel where Graham Greene penned The Quiet American. Appreciate the splendidly restored exteriors of the Opera House and the former Hotel de Ville which are still two of the finest buildings in Saigon. Wander up to the Notre Dame Cathedral with twin spires based on the original construction from Paris. Then head across the square to the Central Post Office, designed by the French architect, Gustav Eiffel. After enjoying lunch at a local restaurant take a short drive to the former Presidential Palace, the headquarters of the Saigon Government during the American war. Continue to the War Remnants Museum which is a sombre but important reminder of the conflicts in Vietnam over the past century. Conclude the day at Ben Thanh market before arriving at your centrally located hotel to relax for the evening after a busy day of sightseeing.
    Day 10: Ho Chi Minh City – Cu Chi (B/D)
    This morning is free to explore the local shops or take some time to rest and enjoy the facilities in your hotel. This afternoon  transfer by speedboat to the famous Cu Chi tunnels. This river journey provides a glimpse of the changing faces of Vietnam – from the glittering skyscrapers and busy commercial centres to green paddy fields and pottery villages dotted along the Saigon River. The tunnel complex was initially started in 1948 to protect the Viet Cong guerrillas from the French air and ground sweeps. A Local Expert joins you to show how tunnels served as communication routes, storage facilities as well as hospitals and living quarters for guerrilla fighters throughout the war. Later, return to the hotel to freshen up and relax before visiting the home of the old American Ambassador to South Vietnam in the 1960s, Mr. Henry Cabot Lodge, a Unique Insight. Mr. Lodge lived in this home between 1960-1965 and the architecture is a mix of Vietnamese, French and American. Today it remains a private residence and it has been fully restored to its former glory. Enjoy an exclusive Highlight Dinner at the old Ambassadors house.
    Day 11: Ho Chi Minh City – Mekong Delta (B/L)
    Today head south to My Tho situated in the Delta of the Mekong River. Cruise along An Hoa river for a glimpse at the Delta scenery, make a stop at Huu Phuoc canals to transfer to a sampan to discover the maze of small canals. Continue cruising the peaceful scenery and daily life along the river bank before stopping for a Highlight Lunch of delicious Mekong Delta specialities. After lunch,walk along the shady village roads to the house of a former soldier who survived fighting the Khmer Rouge in Phnom Penh. Now he and his wife live on making rice paper, a Local Speciality. Enjoy taking time to stop and talk to the villagers and see their way of life before departing for the trip back to Saigon where you are free to spend the evening at leisure exploring the local restaurants or enjoy your hotel's roof top bar.
    Day 12: Ho Chi Minh City – Siem Reap, Cambodia (3 Nights) (B)
    After breakfast transfer to the airport for the short International flight to Siem Reap, Cambodia. Upon arrival, transfer to your hotel for check-in. This afternoon is at leisure to absorb the tranquility of your luxurious spa hotel. Later take an optional cruise to Chong Kneas, Siem Reap's most famous floating village. Relax and enjoy the beautiful scenery, observing local life on the lake while the sun sets over the horizon, before transferring back to your resort spa hotel.
    Day 13: Siem Reap Sightseeing (B/L)
    After breakfast, visit the Angkor National Museum, which is home to a comprehensive collection of Cambodian artefact showcasing the origins of Khmer art, culture, and architecture. Afterwards, drive to the ancient royal city of Khmer Empire with its center piece, the Bayon temple. As you approach, notice the enigmatic faces of former King Jayavarman VII looking into every direction. Later visit the Terrace of the Elephants, which served as a platform from where the King could welcome back his victorious army. See the Terrace of the Leper King, which holds detailed carvings winding along a narrow passage way that leads to the Baphuon complex. Return to Siem Reap to rest and enjoy lunch before continuing to the picturesque temple of Ta Prohm, a jungle-clad temple overgrown with fig trees. The magnificent roots of the trees have merged over the centuries with the temple's huge stone blocks, emphasizing a forgotten city feeling. This evening is at leisure.
    Day 14: Angkor Wat Excursion (B/D)
    Visit Angkor Wat, one of then most important religious monuments in the world, with a renowned Khmer scholar who shares their vast experience and gives you a concise overview of Khmer history, culture, archaeology and civilisation. Take a stroll through the elaborate carved hallways of Angkor Wat as the Khmer empire is brought to life through the scholar’s explanations of the various stories contained in each of the bas relief and murals. This evening enjoy a wonderful Farewell Dinner accompanied by traditional Apsara Dancing.
    Day 15: Depart Siem Reap (B)
    Today is at leisure until you transfer to Siem Reap airport for your onward flight.
    • Highlights
    • Explore the city and see the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, One Pillar Pagoda, and the Temple of Literature.
    • Cruise the bay during an overnight trip aboard a traditional Junk boat.
    • Explore the Imperial Citadel; take a boat ride along the Perfume River to the Thien Mu Pagoda.
    • Visit old merchant houses, the Hoi An Museum, Chinese Assembly Hall and the Japanese covered bridge.
    • See Notre Dame Cathedral, Reunification Palace, and the War Museum; explore the Cu Chi Tunnels.
    • Cruise along An Hoa river for a glimpse of the Mekong Delta scenery.
    • Visit Angkor Wat, one of the world's most religious monuments.
      General Note
    • Departure notes: Land and Intra-Air Prices include economy air and air-related charges for the flight Hanoi - Hue, Danang - Ho Chi Minh City - Ho CHi Minh City - Siem Reap and are accurate as of 6th June 2013. International airfare between your gateway city and the holiday start/end city is additional, please call Trafalgar for special airfares. Please note hotels may be subject to change.
      Airport Transfers
    1. Travellers from SA

      At Trafalgar, we know how important it is to get your holiday off to a seamless and smooth start. That's why getting from the airport to the start hotel of your chosen holiday, or from the hotel to the airport upon your return, is made easy with Trafalgar. With Trafalgar you will receive complimentary arrival and departure transfers by scheduled shuttle, minivan or taxi between designated airports and Trafalgar hotels on the scheduled starting and ending day of your guided vacation only. Passengers arriving before or leaving after the scheduled itinerary day may book and buy a transfer through Trafalgar providing that they also purchase the additional pre and post itinerary hotel night(s) from Trafalgar. When booking extra night(s) accommodation, you will also have the opportunity to book the relevant transfer service(s). All Trafalgar guests receive complimentary arrival and departure transfers by shuttle bus on the arrival and departure day of their itinerary at the times specified below. Any guests whose flight times do not coincide with the shuttle bus transfer timings may choose to book and purchase a transfer. Additionally, guests arriving before or leaving after the scheduled itinerary day may also book and buy a transfer through Trafalgar providing that they also purchase the additional pre and post itinerary hotel night(s) from Trafalgar. Trafalgar is pleased to offer complimentary airport transfers at any time either on the first or last day of the itinerary or on other days in conjunction with pre and post accommodations booked through Trafalgar. Note that flight times must be provided to Trafalgar no fewer than 21 days before flight departure. + On the Contrasts of Switzerland the departure transfer is by train and this can be taken at any time. < Hotel Radisson Blu Zurich Airport is a short walk from the airport terminal so transfers will not be provided on itineraries starting or ending here.^ Times apply to itineraries from the Autumn, Winter and Spring brochure only.* European Discovery itineraries, and London and Paris City Breaks only** French regional itineraries only# Outbound transfer timings are arrival times at the airport (not departure times from the hotel) Heathrow Airport: Transfers can be expensive, particularly between the airport and your London hotel. Trafalgar has negotiated special group transfer rates from London’s Heathrow airport to the door of your Trafalgar London hotel. Passengers will be picked up and dropped off in time to meet all flights booked to/from London’s Heathrow Airport. R315 per person per single trip to/from Heathrow Airport Gatwick Airport: For guests flying into London’s Gatwick Airport, Trafalgar recommends the Gatwick Express, see Gatwick Express’s website at: www.gatwickexpress.com. 1. Flight information must be provided to Trafalgar no fewer that 21 days prior to departure. Once transfers are booked they cannot be changed. 2. Trafalgar only includes one inbound and one outbound transfer. 3. In the event of flight delays outside of Trafalgar’s control, the transfers will be deemed to be cancelled. 4. All transfers are based on group transfers. No refund is therefore available for missed transfers, or passengers not using this service. 5. For London arrivals, you must stay at a London hotel booked by Trafalgar on the night of arrival and the night prior to your departure date. 6. In the event of unforeseen events (such as road or rail works, strikes or demonstrations), Trafalgar will not be responsible for delayed or cancelled transfers.
    2. Travellers from Asia, Europe or Middle East

      At Trafalgar, we know how important it is to get your holiday off to a smooth start. That's why we make it easy to get from the airport to the start hotel of your chosen holiday, or from the hotel to the airport upon your return. With Trafalgar you will receive complimentary arrival and departure transfers by scheduled shuttle, minivan or taxi between designated airports and Trafalgar hotels on the scheduled starting and ending day of your holiday only. Guests  arriving before or leaving after the scheduled itinerary day may book and buy a transfer through Trafalgar providing that they also purchase the additional pre and post trip hotel night(s) from Trafalgar. When booking extra night(s) accommodation, you will also have the opportunity to book the relevant transfer service(s). All Trafalgar guests receive complimentary arrival and departure transfers by shuttle bus on the arrival and departure day of their guided holiday at the times specified below. Any guests whose flight times do not coincide with the shuttle bus transfer timings may choose to book and purchase a transfer. Additionally, guests arriving before or leaving after the scheduled holiday may also book and buy a transfer through Trafalgar providing that they also purchase the additional pre and post holiday hotel night(s) from Trafalgar. Trafalgar is pleased to offer complimentary airport transfers at any time either on the first or last day of the holiday or on other days in conjunction with pre and post trip accommodation booked through Trafalgar. Note that flight times must be provided to Trafalgar no fewer than 21 days before flight departure. + On the Contrasts of Switzerland the departure transfer is by train and this can be taken at any time. * Hotel Radisson Blu Zurich Airport is a short walk from the airport terminal so transfers will not be provided on itineraries starting or ending here.^ Times apply to itineraries from the Autumn, Winter and Spring brochure only. # Outbound transfer timings are arrival times at the airport (not departure times from the hotel) Heathrow Airport: Transfers can be expensive, particularly between the airport and your London hotel. Trafalgar has negotiated special group transfer rates from London’s Heathrow to the door of your Trafalgar London hotel. Passengers will be picked up and dropped off in time to meet all flights booked to/from London’s Heathrow Airport. US$39 per person per single trip to/from Heathrow Airport Gatwick Airport: For guests flying into London’s Gatwick Airport, Trafalgar recommends the Gatwick Express, see Gatwick Express’s website at: www.gatwickexpress.com. 1. Flight information must be provided to Trafalgar no fewer that 21 days prior to departure. Once transfers are booked they cannot be changed. 2. Trafalgar only includes one inbound and one outbound transfer. 3. In the event of flight delays outside of Trafalgar’s control, the transfers will be deemed to be cancelled. 4. All transfers are based on group transfers. No refund is therefore available for missed transfers, or passengers not using this service. 5. For London arrivals, you must stay at a London hotel booked by Trafalgar on the night of arrival and the night prior to your departure date. 6. In the event of unforeseen events (such as road or rail works, strikes or demonstrations), Trafalgar will not be responsible for delayed or cancelled transfers.
    3. Travellers from EU

      At Trafalgar, we know how important it is to get your holiday off to a seamless and smooth start. That's why getting from the airport to the start hotel of your chosen guided holiday, or from the hotel to the airport upon your return, is made easy with Trafalgar. With Trafalgar you will receive complimentary arrival and departure transfers by scheduled shuttle, minivan or taxi between designated airports and Trafalgar hotels on the scheduled starting and ending day of your holiday only. Guests  arriving before or leaving after the scheduled itinerary day may book and buy a transfer through Trafalgar providing that they also purchase the additional pre and post trip hotel night(s) from Trafalgar. When booking extra night(s) accommodation, you will also have the opportunity to book the relevant transfer service(s). All Trafalgar guests receive complimentary arrival and departure transfers by shuttle bus on the arrival and departure day of their guided holiday at the times specified below. Any guests whose flight times do not coincide with the shuttle bus transfer timings may choose to book and purchase a transfer. Additionally, guests arriving before or leaving after the scheduled holiday may also book and buy a transfer through Trafalgar providing that they also purchase the additional pre and post holiday hotel night(s) from Trafalgar. Trafalgar is pleased to offer complimentary airport transfers at any time either on the first or last day of the holiday or on other days in conjunction with pre and post trip accommodation booked through Trafalgar. Note that flight times must be provided to Trafalgar no fewer than 21 days before flight departure. + On the Contrasts of Switzerland the departure transfer is by train and this can be taken at any time. * Hotel Radisson Blu Zurich Airport is a short walk from the airport terminal so transfers will not be provided on itineraries starting or ending here.^ Times apply to itineraries in the Autumn, Winter and Spring brochure only. # Outbound transfer timings are arrival times at the airport (not departure times from the hotel) Heathrow Airport: Transfers can be expensive, particularly between the airport and your London hotel. Trafalgar has negotiated special group transfer rates from London’s Heathrow to the door of your Trafalgar London hotel. Passengers will be picked up and dropped off in time to meet all flights booked to/from London’s Heathrow Airport. € 31 per person per single trip to/from Heathrow Airport Gatwick Airport: For guests flying into London’s Gatwick Airport, Trafalgar recommends the Gatwick Express, see Gatwick Express’s website at: www.gatwickexpress.com. 1. Flight information must be provided to Trafalgar no fewer that 21 days prior to departure. Once transfers are booked they cannot be changed.2. Trafalgar only includes one inbound and one outbound transfer.3. In the event of flight delays outside of Trafalgar’s control, the transfers will be deemed to be cancelled. 4. All transfers are based on group transfers. No refund is therefore available for missed transfers, or passengers not using this service. 5. For London arrivals, you must stay at a London hotel booked by Trafalgar on the night of arrival and the night prior to your departure date. 6. In the event of unforeseen events (such as road or rail works, strikes or demonstrations), Trafalgar will not be responsible for delayed or cancelled transfers.
    4. Travellers from Singapore

      At Trafalgar, we know how important it is to get your holiday off to a seamless and smooth start. That's why getting from the airport to the start hotel of your chosen holiday, or from the hotel to the airport upon your return, is made easy with Trafalgar. With Trafalgar you will receive complimentary arrival and departure transfers by scheduled shuttle, minivan or taxi between designated airports and Trafalgar hotels on the scheduled starting and ending day of your guided vacation only. Passengers arriving before or leaving after the scheduled itinerary day may book and buy a transfer through Trafalgar providing that they also purchase the additional pre and post itinerary hotel night(s) from Trafalgar. When booking extra night(s) accommodation, you will also have the opportunity to book the relevant transfer service(s). All Trafalgar guests receive complimentary arrival and departure transfers by shuttle bus on the arrival and departure day of their itinerary at the times specified below. Any guests whose flight times do not coincide with the shuttle bus transfer timings may choose to book and purchase a transfer. Additionally, guests arriving before or leaving after the scheduled itinerary day may also book and buy a transfer through Trafalgar providing that they also purchase the additional pre and post itinerary hotel night(s) from Trafalgar. Trafalgar is pleased to offer complimentary airport transfers at any time either on the first or last day of the itinerary or on other days in conjunction with pre and post accommodations booked through Trafalgar. Note that flight times must be provided to Trafalgar no fewer than 21 days before flight departure. + On the Contrasts of Switzerland the departure transfer is by train and this can be taken at any time. * Hotel Radisson Blu Zurich Airport is a short walk from the airport terminal so transfers will not be provided on itineraries starting or ending here.^ Times apply to products from the Autumn, Winter and Spring brochure only. # Outbound transfer timings are arrival times at the airport (not departure times from the hotel) Heathrow Airport: Transfers can be expensive, particularly between the airport and your London hotel. Trafalgar has negotiated special group transfer rates from London’s Heathrow to the door of your Trafalgar London hotel. Passengers will be picked up and dropped off in time to meet all flights booked to/from London’s Heathrow Airport. US$40 per person per single trip to/from Heathrow Airport Gatwick Airport: For guests flying into London’s Gatwick Airport, Trafalgar recommends the Gatwick Express, see Gatwick Express’s website at: www.gatwickexpress.com 1. Flight information must be provided to Trafalgar no fewer that 21 days prior to departure. Once transfers are booked they cannot be changed.2. Trafalgar only includes one inbound and one outbound transfer.3. In the event of flight delays outside of Trafalgar’s control, the transfers will be deemed to be cancelled. 4. All transfers are based on group transfers. No refund is therefore available for missed transfers, or passengers not using this service. 5. For London arrivals, you must stay at a London hotel booked by Trafalgar on the night of arrival and the night prior to your departure date. 6. In the event of unforeseen events (such as road or rail works, strikes or demonstrations), Trafalgar will not be responsible for delayed or cancelled transfers.
      Locations Visited
    • Hanoi
    • Ha Long Bay
    • Hue
    • Hoi An
    • Danang
    • Ho Chi Minh City
    • Cu Chi
    • Mekong Delta
    • Siem Reap
    • Angkor Wat
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    Phnom Penh
    Royal Palace, Silver Pagoda, cultural dance show, Silver Pagoda, Royal Palace, National Museum, Central Market, Cheong EK, Killing Fields, Russian Market, Tuol Sleng Museum, Independence Monument, Wat Phnom, boat cruise, Mekong River
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  • Day 1: Arrival – Phnom Penh (L/D)
    Upon arrival, met and assisted by our representative, and transfer to hotel. After lunch, visit Royal Palace, Silver Pagoda. Enjoy your dinner with a cultural dance show at a local restaurant.
    Day 2: Phnom Penh (B/L/D)
    After breakfast, transfer to airport for your domestic flight to Phnom Penh. After lunch at a local restaurant, visit the Silver Pagoda, Royal Palace, National Museum and Central Market.
    Day 3: Phnom Penh (B/L/D)
    Places to visit: Cheong EK (Killing Fields), Russian Market, Tuol Sleng Museum, Independence Monument, Wat Phnom, boat cruise to Mekong River.
    Day 4: Phnom Penh – Departure (B)
    After breakfast, free at leisure unitl your transfer to the airport for your departure flight home.
    Day 5:
  • Package Includes:
    - 3 Nights hotel accommodation of your choice
    - Transfers
    - Meals
    - Sightseeing as per itinerary
    - Service of English-speaking guide

    Important Note:
    - Any un-utilized services, unused tours or hotel rooms are NON-REFUNDABLE
    - Other terms and conditions apply

    Package Excludes:
    - Air Ticket SIN-PHNOM PENH-SIN
    - All applicable airport taxes and fuel surcharges
    - Visa Fee (if applicable)
    - Travel Insurance
    - Mandatory Tour Guide & Driver Tips at (USD5 per person per day)

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