Cambodia Adventure Tour: Saigon to Bangkok
9 days from Ho Chi Minh City to Bangkok
You will dive into the bustling life of Bangkok, see incredible ruins of the Khmer Angkor Wat, enjoy a sunset in Siem Reap, try cycling in Phnom Penh. This is the journey through the treasures of Cambodia and during 9 days you will travel from Bangkok to Saigon.
*Price stated is per person based on double share.
Explore the streets of Saigon riding pillion on a motorbike.
Tour different city districts to compare Saigon of the past with Ho Chi Minh of today and the future.
Cruise the Halong Bay.
Travel to Angkor Wat, the largest religious monument in the world and watch sunrise over the ruins.
Full Day Angkor Temples of Siem Riep Bike Tour, experience the ancient temples of Angkor by bike. Cycle the small dirt tracks and learn about the ancient history of Tha Prom and the Elephant Terrace from your expert guide. Lunch included.
Siem Reap Street Food Tour and Khmer cuisine staples, visit to local market, hear insights from our local guide on Cambodian favourites and savour the flavours of Siem Reap snacks, dinner, and dessert.
Visit three significant temples in Bangkok renowned for their cultural values and Buddhist sacredness - Wat Traimit, Wat Pho and Wat Benchamabophit.
Accommodation: 4 star design hotels (8 nights).
Flights: Saigon-Phnom Penh, Phnom Penh-Siem Reap, Siem Reap-Bangkok.
Day 1 Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)
Arrive to Saigon at any time. On the first day we have not planned any events. You will have free time, so take a stroll through the tumultuous streets of Ho Chi Minh, where you will see a fantastic combination of street markets, shops, cafes, pagodas and try the delicious Vietnamese cuisine.
Hotel: Pullman Saigon Centre or similar.
Day 2 Saigon/Mekong Delta
Enjoy a boat cruise through the floating towns of the Mekong Delta and a visit to traditional candy factories.
Day 3-4 Phnom Penh
Flight to Phnom Penh, capital of Cambodia, which situated at the confluence of three rivers. After a walking tour, you will have free time. You can see the preserved colonial buildings, boulevards, Khmer stupa and the Royal Palace, which gives the city a timeless charm and everywhere scurrying monkeys add a special color.
Hotel: Best Western River Palace or similar.
Day 5-7 Siem Riep/Angkor Wat
Flight to Siem Reap. Newly opened at the end of the last century by French explorers, this vast ruined city became one of the most popular attractions in Southeast Asia. You will visit the stunning temple complex and go to the places where, incidentally, filmed footage from the Lara Croft movie.
Day 8-9 Bangkok
Flight to Bangkok. Thais call Bangkok Krung Thep or "City of Angels", we recommend you to walk around the city and get to know its people, and in the evening dine on the rooftop of BanyanTree hotel.
Hotel: Novotel Platinum or similar.