Vietnam (southern) and Cambodia
How very ‘in’ of you. It’s on your bucket list and believe it or not one of the fastest growing tourism destinations in Asia. As you touch down in bustling Ho Chi Minh City you will instantly be swept into the harmonic chaos of the old Saigon. In 14 days, this itinerary allows you to seamlessly explore these countries at your own pace.
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Days 1-3 Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Visit the Chu Chi Tunnels, Mekong Delta, Notre Dame Cathedral and the Saigon Post Office, and learn why the city changed its name from Saigon to Ho Chi Minh City. Let your senses hit overdrive with a mix of fusion and foods with French flair. Explore French Colonial heritage and challenge yourself to crossing the road at least once in peak hour or any hour for that matter. Big tip…don’t look back only ahead!
Days 4-8 Danang and Hoi An, Vietnam
Fly directly from Ho Chi Minh City and choose to stay either on the beach or in the old city of Hoi An - a UNESCO heritage town where you can explore by foot or pushbike. Best known for its silks and tailors you’ll find a melting pot of history showcased everywhere you look. Both Danang and Hoi An provide you with easy access to day tours to Hai Van Pass, Marble Mountains and Hue.
Days 9-12 Siem Reap, Cambodia
Siem Reap, the gateway to the ruins of Angkor, was the seat of the Khmer kingdom from the 9th–15th centuries. With a private driver you will immerse yourself in the wonders of Angkor Wat, Ta Prom and Bayon Temple. We know many love a lay in whilst on holidays but if you want our tip, visit Bayon Temple at sunrise for a truly special experience. Enjoy a day cruise on Tonle Sap Lake and Mekong river, ask your local guide about mountain and village tours and don’t forget the great food and nightlife.
Days 13-14 Phnom Penh - Cambodia
Arrive in Phnom Penh, the river side capital of Cambodia, either via direct flight or if you want to explore along the way, we can arrange a private driver. Located at the junction of the Mekong and Tonlé Sap rivers, Phnom Penh is entwined with the current and traditional essence of Cambodia. Visiting Choeung Ek, the largest of the Killing Fields where an estimated 2.5 million people were killed under the Khmer Rouge regime, and Tuol Sleng, the genocide museum is a sobering but essential experience to honour those who died in these atrocities.
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