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Thailand, Cambodia & Vietnam

15 days from £1999*
Departing: September 2017 - May 2019
* Price shown: 16 May 2018 from Manchester - MAN

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From Bangkok to the Mekong

Experience the excitement of the Thai capital, Bangkok. See the River Kwai, the vast serenity of Angkor Wat, and the palaces and museums of Phnom Penh. You'll also drift through the exquisite waterways of the Mekong Delta to Ho Chi Minh City - formerly and famously Saigon - on this wonderful tour of South East Asia.

Thailand, Cambodia And Vietnam Tour Highlights

  • A guided tour of Bangkok - its Buddhas, palaces and monuments
  • A scenic journey to the Cambodian border and French colonial Battambang
  • A cruise across the 'Great Lake' of Tonle Sap
  • Two full days at Siem Reap, including a visit to the temple complex of Angkor Wat
  • A tour around the evocative Cambodian capital of Phnom Penh
  • A journey along the mighty Mekong River by fast passenger boat
  • A visit to the unique floating market at Cai Rang
  • A visit to Ho Chi Minh City (formerly known as Saigon)
  • A chance to see the infamous Cu Chi tunnel complex, a former Viet Cong hideaway

What does the price included?

  • 12 nights' bed and breakfast accommodation at a series of four-star hotels in Bangkok (3 nights), Battambang (1), Siem Reap (3), Phnom Penh (1), Chaudoc (1), Cantho (1) and Ho Chi Minh City (2)
  • Lunch on Days Six and 9-13, and dinner on Days 5-11 and 13
  • Return flights from the UK to Bangkok, returning from Ho Chi Minh City (2017 departures) or Abu Dhabi (2018 departures)
  • Comfortable, air-conditioned coach and boat travel and transfers
  • All included tours detailed in the itinerary
  • The services of a friendly, experienced Tour Manager

Single rooms are available for a supplement

N.B. Visas are required for travel on this tour (see Further Information)

Must experience: The sunrise over the temple complex of Angkor Wat with the sounds of birdsong and monks chanting in the background.

Fascinating fact: The immense Golden Buddha at Bangkok's Wat Traimit, officially called Phra Phuttha Maha Suwana Patimakon, weighs in at five-and-a-half tons. The body of the statue is 40 per cent pure gold, the section from the chin to the forehead is 80 per cent pure, and the hair and the topknot, weighing 45 kg, are 99 per cent pure gold.

You say: "They put a lot of energy and effort into showing us places the average tourist just wouldn't see."


Day One

Your holiday begins with an overnight flight to Bangkok.

Day Two

This afternoon's guided city tour starts on the Royal Island, on the bank of the river, where the Grand Palace adjoins the Wat Phra Kaeo temple. The Wat Pho temple's gigantic Reclining Buddha and the five-and-a-half ton Golden Buddha at Wat Traimit temple are among the highlights.

This evening, join our optional traditional Thai Dinner with Dance excursion to celebrate the first of your three nights in this wonderful city.

Day Three

Relax in Bangkok, or perhaps join our optional excursion to the River Kwai, and travel, through a fascinating countryside of rice fields and sugar-cane plantations, into the jungle to explore an area forever associated with the events of WWII, the construction of the 'Death Railway' and the infamous Bridge.

Day Four

On this morning's optional visit you'll see the wonderful floating markets at Damnoen Saduak, and visit the 70-acre Rose Gardens. Here in the surrounds of a traditional Thai village you can witness displays of Thai culture, Thai boxing, and folk dancing.

Day Five

We'll make an early start this morning, journeying through the unspoilt rural landscape to the colourful border crossing into Cambodia at Aranya Prathet-Poipet. The formalities completed, we'll begin the second part of your adventure with the short journey to Battambang, an elegant, friendly French colonial city.

Day Six

Journey across the waters of Tonle Sap, South East Asia's 'Great Lake', past villages built entirely on stilts and 'floating communities' that make a living from the lake. You'll arrive, by mid afternoon, in the colourful market town of Siem Reap, gateway to the incredible complex of Ankhor Thom, and home to the Ankhor National Museum.

This evening, enjoy a traditional Cambodian dance show during dinner.

Day Seven

Today you'll visit the astounding Bayon temple, with its four giant heads and countless faces carved into the rock. Another unforgettable highlight is the 'lost city' of Angkor Thom - the great citadel of the Khmer Empire, which ruled up to half of South East Asia for nearly 600 years.

The most dazzling of the great ruins that litter a vast area is the awe-inspiring Angkor Wat, the world's largest religious building, with its five great towers and 1000-metre-long carved bas-relief. You'll return to the hotel truly amazed at your discoveries.

Day Eight

Another day of exploration takes in the temples of Hariharalaya, as well as the smaller temple of Banteay Srei, and Banteay Samre, with its reliefs depicting Krishna legends. Your last evening in Siem Reap will be full of memories to savour.

Day Nine

Travel to the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh, set on the bank of the Mekong River. The Royal Palace, with its Silver Pagoda of priceless Buddhist artefacts, is among the highlights of this afternoon's guided introductory tour.

This evening's dinner will be at the famous, riverside Foreign Correspondents' Club.

Day 10

A sobering morning visit to the Tuoi Sleng Museum - which chronicles the inhumanity of the 'Pol Pot' years, when the Khmer Rouge terrorised the populace - is followed by the chance to marvel at the exhibits in the National Museum.

You'll then board the fast boat for the thrilling journey along the Mekong River into Vietnam, arriving at your overnight hotel in the border town of Chau Doc.

Day 11

The day begins with a visit to the holy mountain of Nui Sam, with its pagodas, temples and stunning views over the Mekong Delta (into which you'll head today). You'll stay overnight in the elegant university town of Can Tho, with its colourful floating markets, its bustling harbour and sacred Khmer pagoda - Muniwangsyaram.

Day 12

Another journey through stunning scenery takes you across the Mekong landscape of orchards, verdant foliage and rice fields criss-crossed by a network of small tributaries. You'll enjoy a boat ride to Cai Rang's floating market, and will visit the delta town of Vinh Long as well as another fascinating market at Cai Be.

This evening you'll arrive for a two-night stay in Ho Chi Minh City.

Day 13

The remarkable Cu Chi tunnel complex gives an introduction to the country's recent history. A 200km underground labyrinth used by the Viet Cong as a base, it now serves as a memorial for those who died in the conflict.

Returning to Ho Chi Minh City you'll discover a fascinating mix of French colonial history and modern Vietnamese life on our guided tour. Don't miss the grand General Post Office, the Reunification Hall on the site of the former President's Palace, the Xa Loi Pagoda with its bronze Buddha, and - time-permitting - the War Remnants Museum.

You'll end your tour - and relive the highlights - with a celebratory Farewell Dinner.

Day 14

Today you'll discover a fascinating mix of French colonial history and modern Vietnamese life on our guided tour of Ho Chi Minh City. Don't miss the grand General Post Office, the Reunification Hall on the site of the former President's Palace, the Xa Loi Pagoda with its bronze Buddha, and - time-permitting - the War Remnants Museum.

You'll end your tour - and relive the highlights - with a celebratory Farewell Dinner. Later, you'll transfer to the airport for your return overnight flight to the UK.

Day 15

Arrive back in the UK at the end of a fascinating tour.
Departure Airport Date Price From
Aberdeen 13 September 2017 £2289
Aberdeen 11 October 2017 £2329
Belfast City
Belfast City 13 September 2017 £2289
Belfast City
Belfast City 11 October 2017 £2329
Edinburgh 13 September 2017 £2289
Edinburgh 11 October 2017 £2329
Glasgow 13 September 2017 £2289
Glasgow 11 October 2017 £2329
London Heathrow
London Heathrow 13 September 2017 £2089
London Heathrow
London Heathrow 11 October 2017 £2129
London Heathrow
London Heathrow 22 November 2017 £2129
London Heathrow
London Heathrow 24 January 2018 £2159
London Heathrow
London Heathrow 07 March 2018 £2129
London Heathrow
London Heathrow 25 April 2018 £2079
London Heathrow
London Heathrow 16 May 2018 £1999
London Heathrow
London Heathrow 12 September 2018 £2039
London Heathrow
London Heathrow 19 September 2018 £2039
London Heathrow
London Heathrow 03 October 2018 £2129
London Heathrow
London Heathrow 10 October 2018 £2129
London Heathrow
London Heathrow 07 November 2018 £2129
London Heathrow
London Heathrow 14 November 2018 £2129
London Heathrow
London Heathrow 21 November 2018 £2129
London Heathrow
London Heathrow 23 January 2019 £2269
London Heathrow
London Heathrow 06 March 2019 £2239
London Heathrow
London Heathrow 24 April 2019 £2179
London Heathrow
London Heathrow 15 May 2019 £2099
Manchester 22 November 2017 £2329
Manchester 24 January 2018 £2099
Manchester 07 March 2018 £2089
Manchester 25 April 2018 £2079
Manchester 16 May 2018 £1999
Manchester 12 September 2018 £2039
Manchester 19 September 2018 £2039
Manchester 03 October 2018 £2129
Manchester 10 October 2018 £2129
Manchester 07 November 2018 £2129
Manchester 14 November 2018 £2129
Manchester 21 November 2018 £2129
Manchester 23 January 2019 £2269
Manchester 06 March 2019 £2239
Manchester 24 April 2019 £2179
Manchester 15 May 2019 £2099

Follow the Mekong Touring Hotels 

You will be staying in a series of well-located hotels, all of which will be of a European four-star standard. Throughout, rooms have air conditioning, private facilities, telephones, TV, mini-bars and tea- and coffee-making facilities.

Further Information

Hotel transfer times

The transfer time from the airport to your hotel is approximately one hour.

Tonle Sap

Should the water in Tonle Sap Lake be too low, the journey by boat on Day Six will be replaced with coach transportation.

Passports and visas

British citizens require machine-readable passports when travelling overseas. A visa is required for entry to Cambodia. Your passport must contain two blank pages and be valid for six months beyond the exit date from Cambodia. The current charge for British Citizens is £30. British Citizens do not require a visa to visit Thailand. Until 30 June 2018, British Citizens do not require a visa for single entry visits to Vietnam if staying for less than 15 days. If travelling to Vietnam from 1 July 2018, a visa will be required, and the current charge for British Citizens is £54. Full details of how and when to apply will be sent out about eight weeks before your departure date.

On your flight

All flights travel overnight and land at your destination the next day. On-board meals will usually be dinner and breakfast. All drinks are complimentary.

Luggage allowance

You are permitted to take one suitcase per person on the aircraft, which should not exceed 23kg.

Special requirements

If you have notified us of any special requirements, please check that they have been noted and acknowledged. This is especially important with any dietary needs you may have.

Disabled access

The majority of our tours involve a certain amount of walking, including a short walk from the coach stop to the town, attraction or venue you're visiting. If you are bringing a wheelchair, please let us know at the time of booking so that appropriate arrangements can be made.

Travel vaccinations

Requirements and advice can vary over time, and from person to person, so please contact your GP about eight weeks before your trip to check whether you need any vaccinations or any other preventive measures.

Itinerary changes

Occasionally, for operational reasons, we may have to change the order of the excursions on your holiday. The final day-by-day itinerary will be confirmed on your Final Travel Documents, which you will receive approximately three weeks prior to your departure.

Changes to your hotels

Should circumstances require, we reserve the right to accommodate you in alternative hotels, of a similar standard, nearby. Full details of your hotels will be sent with your Final Travel Documents.

*Low deposit of £49 per person applies to new bookings made between 21st June and 31st July 2017 (inclusive) only. This offer only applies to selected air-inclusive holidays. This offer is subject to availability and may be withdrawn at any time.

Thailand, Cambodia & Vietnam reviews verified by reevooReevoo

Thailand, Cambodia & VietnamScores 8.6 out of 10 based on 111 reviews
(9 out of 10)


Maidstone Couple
This was one of our best-ever holidays. Well organised, great tour guides, comfortable air-conditioned coaches, good hotels. and arrangements that helped us understand local culture and cuisine, even if we did not sample the fried tarantula and barbecued rat!
The only negative was Day One, when a long flight to Ho Chi Minh City, and a short flight to Bangkok, were followed immediately by a tour of the palace in very hot weather. We understand that hotel rooms are not usually ready at 10am local time, but for some customers, the strain proved too much. We enjoyed the tour and the sunny weather, and thankfully, had the energy to do it, but others were less fortunate. An opportunity for a "wash and brush up" and perhaps an ability to go to the hotel earlier than 4pm might have worked better, although we fully appreciate the challenges to achieving that. Otherwise, it was top class. Many thanks to all in the office and on the ground in Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam for giving us such an amazing experience.
Confirmed traveller: 31 May 2017
Published on: 23 June 2017
(10 out of 10)


Local Guides scores 5:

Best guides were Mr Vuuti [Cambodia]; Miss Xuan [Vietnam] 'Monty' of Thailand was excellent as was 'Cinno'. However 5 because on arriving at Suvarnabhami we were not met with any immediacy.
36 persons all unknown to each other eventually met at the 'Meeting Area.' No Guide.
Myself and three others went searching with no success until we met with Cinno. 'Not my fault; you should have met me at point 'c.' Pity it was never stated to us we had to and a pity that Cinno looked as though she'd just left her bed after a session with a bloke.
No apology [Thais never apologise and I pointed out not a case of 'Mai pen rai' - It doesn't matter - she didn't give a toss and after being addressed in Thai]. Other than that she was a very good guide.

What did occur was heat sickness of three persons duing the trip around What Phrae/Wat Pho and the Royal Palace. It's too much to ask of persons 65+. It was good that we had persons amongst us who knew how to treat the illness - theu guides had no idea at all.
Confirmed traveller: 31 May 2017
Published on: 21 June 2017
(9 out of 10)


Southsea Couple
Thoroughly enjoyed the holiday especially seeing the people and how they live. Preferred Cambodia, then Vietnam, then Thailand. Although harrowing, glad we visited the Burma railway, museum of Kymer Rouge atrocities, Vietnam war to understand the history. Enjoyed the river trips. Didn't like the heat and humidity!
Confirmed traveller: 31 May 2017
Published on: 20 June 2017
(8 out of 10)


We really enjoyed the holiday and thought the level of accomodation was exceptional
Confirmed traveller: 10 May 2017
Published on: 30 May 2017