MEKONG LUXURY CRUISE – SAIGON TO SIEM REAP

  • Fully inclusive luxury cruise
  • Exciting onshore excursions daily
  • Colourful floating market
  • Indulgent choice of local and exotic foods onboard
  • Saigon
  • My Tho
  • Cai Be
  • Chau Doc
  • Tonle River
  • Kampong Cham
  • Siem Reap

8 DAYS

PRIVATE TOUR

FROM

$2220 AUD / $2470 NZD

"It is fascinating to see the contrast between Vietnam and Cambodia, particularly from the river".
Tracey Johnson - Director of Operations

This is a cruise lovers delight, travelling in elegant luxury on the mighty Mekong River, down through vibrant Vietnam to cross the boarder into Cambodia.  Observe the incredible contrast between these two countries from the comfort of your ship as it slowly cruises through to the lively town of Siem Reap, gateway to the ancient ruins of Angkor Wat.

  • DAY 01

    Saigon - My Tho

    Transfer Saigon to the port of My Tho to your luxury cruise ship.

  • DAY 02

    Cai Be - Floating Market

    Visit the colourful floating market in the morning and in the afternoon take a peaceful ride in a sampan along canals and backwaters to see the local market and ancient house.

  • DAY 03

    Chau Doc

    A chance to explore this friendly frontier town with its busy market and colonial buildings.
    Take a trishaw ride around Chau Doc, visit a Cham tribal village and see a catfish farm.

  • DAY 04

    Phnom Penh

    A highlight of the tour is arriving in Phnom Penh, which sprawls out along the Mekong River and offers a stunning vista from the cruise boat.
    Take a tour of this fascinating city by cyclo.

  • DAY 05

    Tonle River

    Excursion to Kampong Chhnang fishing port.

  • DAY 06

    Kampong Cham

    A morning visit to the silk-weaving village of Chong Koh with an afternoon visit to Peam Chi Kang village to visit the monastery and school.

  • DAY 07

    Kampong Cham

    A day of exploring the region around Kampong Cham with a visit to the Wat Hanchey temple and the twin holy mountains of Phnom Pros and Phnom Srey.

  • DAY 08

    Siem Reap

    An early morning transfer to Siem Reap, stopping at Kampong Thom along the way.

Life on Board the Cruise Ship

From the moment you step on board the cruise ship you will feel relaxed and indulged.  The ship is exquisitely decorated with teak and brass, elegantly luxurious to bring forth an atmosphere of centuries past.  With full board inclusive, each day you will enjoy a fabulous choice of local cuisine and exotic food.  You can even start the day with a gin and tonic for breakfast!

Included Meals

  • 7 Breakfast
  • 6 Lunch
  • 7 Dinner
  • Full board on Pandaw Cruise - including beer, local soft drinks and spirits, coffee, tea and bottled water

Inclusions

  • Luxury cruise boat (7 nights)
  • All transfers
  • English speaking guide
  • Cai Be floating market
  • Sampan boat tour to Sa Dec
  • Cham Minority village tour with fish farm visit
  • Phnom Penh city tour by cyclo with visit to Killing Fields and S21 (must book this in advance)
  • Excursion to Kampong Chhnang fishing port
  • Chong Koh silk weaving village tour
  • Peam Chi Kang village wat tour
  • Wat Hanchey temple
  • Choeungkok ecotourism village tour

We are experienced Asia travel specialists and designers of tailor- made private tours. Get in touch to start the booking conversation.

Due to low water levels cruises are unavailable in May and June.

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