Siemriep, Phnompenh and Saigon Waterway 15days/ 14 nights


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Siemriep, Phnompenh and Saigon Waterway
15days/ 14 nights

Day 01 : Bangkok/Singapore – Siemreap
On arrival at Siem Reap we will meet our guide and transfer to our centrally located hotel. This afternoon we start our discovery of Angkor Complex with a visit to the Rolous group, the ancient capital of the 9th century, including the temples of Preah Ko, Bakong, and Lolei.
(Dinner included)

Day 02 : Siemreap
This morning we visit Angkor Thom – “the World of Gods”, that includes South Gate, the famous Bayon, Elephant terrace, the terrace of Leper King, Royal Enclosure, Phimeanakas and Ta Keo. In the afternoon we visit Preah Khan, Neak Pan, Ta som and East Mebon temples before making our way to the hill top temple of Phnom Pakheng to watch the sunset over this timeless land. (Breakfast and Dinner included)

Day 03 : Siemreap
Our sightseeing for today includes the Koulen Mountain, Banteay Srey and Banteay Samre Temples. After breakfast we take a one and half hour drive to Koulen Mountain, where we will visit the great reclining Buddha, water falls, and the Siva lingas carved on the riverbed. We have a picnic lunch before visiting Banteay Srey and Banteay Samre Temples. 
(Breakfast and Dinner included)

Day 04: Siemreap
The morning tour today is reserved to admire the beauty of the most well known temple, Angkor Wat. In the afternoon we will visit the amazing temple of Ta Prohm, a well as the temples of Banteay Kdei, Pre rup.
(Breakfast and Dinner included)

Day 05 : Siemreap
The itinerary for today will bring a slight change of pace as we visit the silk farm of Pok, the Artisan D’ Angkor and the Land Mine museum. Returning to the hotel for lunch, we then have an afternoon visit to the Wat Bo Pagoda and the Old market. Tonight we will enjoy a farewell dinner at a local restaurant.
(Breakfast and Dinner included)

Day 06 : Siemreap – Phnompenh
Breakfast and transfer to airport for the flight to Siemriep. Upon arrival in Phnom Penh we will be welcomed and accompanied to our centrally located hotel. After we have had our lunch and group meeting we will embark on an afternoon tour of the capital city. Our visit includes the Royal Palace, Silver Pagoda, National Museum and Wat Phnom Pagoda.
(Breakfast included) 

Day 07 : Phnompenh
Following breakfast we depart to Tonle Bati taking in the temples of Ta Prhom and Yeay Peau. From here we proceed to Ta Keo, where we board our boat that will take us to Phnom Da, stopping along the way to explore some caves with shrines carved into the walls. Other places of interest include the pre Angkorian Phnom Da temple, the ancient capital of Angkor Borei and the Phnom Chisor Mountain for a spectacular view over the surrounding plains. We will return to Phnom Penh by late afternoon or early evening.
(Breakfast included) 

Day 08 : Phnompenh – Chaudoc
Breakfast at the hotel.
Transfer to the Phnopenh port where we will board Victoria boat for a cruise down stream of Mekong river and cross the border to Chaudoc. Arrival in Chau Doc after lunch. Disembark at Victoria Chau Doc hotel jetty. By small boat, visit a fish raising rafts and the Cham village next to it, back to the city, visit the market and Lady Chua Xu temple. Overnight in Victoria Chau Doc hotel.
(Breakfast, Lunch included)

Day 09: Chau Doc-Longxuyen-Cantho (120km)
Morning boat cruise to visit the unique farms where fish are bred in wooden cages suspended under floating houses on the river. Continue by boat to visit a village of stilt houses belonging to the Cham minority where colourful traditional textiles are woven on old wooden looms. Return to dry land in time to leave Chau Doc for Can Tho via Thot Not, 45km to the north of Can Tho. Visit the bamboo basket-making hamlet of Long Thanh before continuing to the Thot Not Stork Sanctuary. Watch from a viewing tower above the tree tops as thousands of egrets, herons and cormorants arrive to roost in the branches. Continue on to Can Tho and transfer to hotel on arrival. Overnight in Can Tho.
(Breakfast, Lunch included)

Day 10 : Cantho-Vinhlong-Sadec (80km)
Rising early to the sounds of the Delta coming to life for another day, we breakfast and start our trip with a boat cruise on sparking streams along the endless waterway of Mighty Mekong River to Cairang and Phongdien floating markets. There will be hundreds of boats loaded with fruits, vegetables and fish jostling for trade. Sellers advertisers their wares by crying out across the waters. We visit the lush orchards and are treated to a delicious tropical fruits. Continue on to Sadec and visit the home of Maguerite Duras. Arrive Sadec,walking for visite Sadec town,where Margueritte Duras's famous novel Lover was set and made famous by the film L’Amant, the Marguerite Duras story .and explore this town. Visit a bonsai garden.and the local market. Diner and nite in Sadec.
(Breakfast, Lunch included)

Day 11 : Cantho – Sadec – Mytho
Route for Caibe. Explore the lively Cai Be floating market by boat. Walking for visit the handicraft village of the local people.Sightseeing the old house and sample various tropical fruits. Take a small boat through rivulets of An Binh and Binhhoaphuoc islands.A pleasant walk on the footpaths of the village to discover tropical fruit orchards and bonsai garden. Continue on to Mytho where we visit one of oldest pagoda in town, VINH TRANG PAGODA : a beautiful and well maintained sanctuary. The charitable monks here provide a home to orphans, disabled and other needy children
(Breakfast, Lunch included)

Day 12 : Mytho – HCM city
Sightseeing My Tho with boat trip on the Mekong - My Tho is the capital of Tien Giang Province, a quiet city of 100,000 and unfortunately one of the poorest cities in the Mekong Delta.

MY THO CHURCH : a solid pastel-yellow building built about a century ago. The stone plaques set in the church walls express 'merci' and 'cam on' to Fatima and other figures.

CAO DAI TEMPLE : smaller temple than the one at Tay Ninh, but well worth a visit.

MY THO CENTRAL MARKET : the streets are filled with stalls selling everything from fresh food and bulk tabacco to boat propellers.

CHINESE DISTRICT : on the eastern bank of the Bao Dinh Channel, there are still many people here from Chinese decent..

MEKONG DELTA : this is the southernmost region of Vietnam and it was formed by sediment deposited by the Mekong River. Silt deposits extend the delta shoreline at the mouth of the river by as mush as 79m per year. The area is known as Vietnam's 'bread basket' and produces rice to feed the entire country.

DRAGON ISLAND : the island has many longan orchards which can be visited and the lush, palmfringed shores of the island are lined with wooden fishing boats.

PHOENIX ISLAND : until his imprisonment and the consequent dispersion of his flock, the Coconut Monk (Ong Dao Dua) led a small community on this island. Afternoon drive to Ho Chi Minh city. 
Overnight at hotel in Saigon
(Breakfast and lunch included)

Day 13: Cuchi Tunnels
In the morning you will take a tour to the famous Cu Chi tunnels. This network of over 200 kms of tunnels became legendary during the 1960's. The Cu Chi tunnels played a vital part in the American war in that they allowed the Viet Cong to control a large rural area only 30-40 kms from Saigon. At its height, the tunnel system stretched from Saigon to the Cambodian border. The network, parts of which were several storeys deep, included innumerable trap doors, specially constructed living areas, storage facilities, weapons factories, field hospitals, command centres and kitchens. Today the remaining tunnels have become a major tourist attraction giving the visitor a unique experience and feel of what underground life in the American War was like.
Overnight at hotel in Saigon
(Breakfast, Lunch included)

Day 14 : Ho Chi Minh city
With a population of approximately 6 million, Saigon is the largest city in Vietnam. The huge number of people rushing about their daily business gives Saigon a vital and dynamic atmosphere. Saigon is characterised by a vast variety of sights and sounds, from ancient pagodas, mosques and cathedrals to the former Presidential Palace and the War Museum, from historic Dong Khoi Street (the Rue Catinat from Graham Greene's novel The Quiet American) to the bustling markets of Ben Thanh and Cholon (Chinatown). Much of the city life takes place on the streets which are lined with stores, shops, stalls and vendors with their wares spread out on the footpath selling everything from soup to sophisticated electronics. The French influence is evident in the excellent baguettes and coffee.
We have today to visit the following places of interest.
Morning: We visit the following places of interest
- Ben Thanh Market, the city’s largest market
- Reunification Palace, formerly the palace of President Thieu
- Ho Chi Minh Museum
- Museum of War Crimes
Afternoon: At leisure to enjoy the city
Overnight at hotel in Ho Chi Minh city
(Breakfast included)

Day 15 : Departure
At leisure until the departure transfer to airport for your flight home.
(Breakfast included)


Trip includes

- English/French speaking guide during guided tour
- All accommodation on double basis with daily breakfast 

- Meals as indicated 
- All transfers/ transport 
- Entrance fees and permits during guided time 
- Boat Phnompenh - Chaudoc 
- Flight Siemriep - Phnompenh

Trip excludes

- International airfares & airport taxes 
- Pre/post trip arrangement 

- Visa and visa arrangement 

- Travel insurance 

- Meals not indicated 

- Other personal expenses 

- Tips and gratuities 

Trip cost : in US$ and per person in the party of 2 persons

Hotel 3star: US$1290 per person

Hotel 4star: US$1680 per person
Hotel 5star: US$1950 per person

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