16 days from £2149.00pp
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Savour this wonderful cultural journey, as you take in the best of Cambodia and Thailand, then spend three lazy days by the beach.
You’ll start in captivating Cambodia, where fascinating capital Phnom Penh and the magnificent temples of Angkor await. Cross the border into Thailand, where you’ll stay in exemplary capital Bangkok, before paying a sobering visit to Kanchanaburi, site of the infamous Death Railway. Three nights at popular beach resort Hua Hin complete a wonderful break
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Overnight flight via Singapore.
Meet you tour guide and transfer to your hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure, perhaps spent exploring Phnom Penh, a wonderful French colonial treasure-chest.
Spend a sobering morning at the Tuol Sleng Museum, chronicling the brutal Pol Pot and Khmer Rouge years, then head out to infamous Choeng Ek, better known as the Killing Fields, to learn more about Cambodia’s troubled – but important – past.
This afternoon, the tour continues to Wat Phnom, a 14th-century stupa and pagoda that is the oldest building in the city, and the stupendous Royal Palace. A visit to the National Museum completes a fascinating day’s touring.
Check out this morning and make the scenic transfer to Siem Reap. Upon arrival, check in and enjoy the rest of the day at leisure.
Today an undoubted highlight of the tour awaits. Spend an unforgettable day in the company of a knowledgeable guide, as you discover the astounding lost city of Angkor, the great Khmer citadel that once ruled half of South East Asia. Great ruins litter a vast area, the most awe-inspiring of which is Angkor Wat, with its five great towers and huge bas relief.
Head back to Angkor this morning to visit the 12th-century temple at Preah Khan, with its labyrinth of grey, moss-covered stone slowly being reclaimed by the jungle. Travel back to Siem Reap and to Banteay Srei, a pink-sandstone temple that houses some exceptionally well-preserved Khmer bas reliefs.
End a wonderful day with a visit to the Pre Rup temple at sunset, when the golden light perfectly complements the temple’s rusty red hues.
This morning you can chose to join the optional countryside cycling and cookery tour, where you’ll enjoy a guided, gentle bike ride into the surrounding countryside, stopping off at a cookery class.
Check out of your hotel this afternoon and transfer to Battambang, near the border with Thailand. The rest of the day is at leisure.
Enjoy a morning at leisure, before you transfer to Poi Pet, on the border with Thailand.
Bid farewell to Cambodia and your Cambodian guide as you enter Thailand and transfer to Bangkok, where the rest of the day is at leisure.
Enjoy a full-day’s sightseeing today as you discover Bangkok’s stupendous palaces. See the Royal Island, where the Grand Palace adjoins the Wat Phra Kaew temple with its Emerald Buddha, as well as the less formal Wat Pho temple, home to the gigantic Reclining Buddha, and the 5.5-ton Golden Buddha at Chinatown’s Wat Traimit.
Rise and shine early this morning to visit the colourful Maeklong Railway Market, named for its position – tightly hunched around train tracks!
The tour continues to Kanchanaburi, where more than 12,000 Allied prisoners perished in World War II building the Death Railway. After lunch, you’ll visit the poignant Allied Cemetery and the Thailand–Burma Railway Centre to learn more about this infamous event.
Afterwards, transfer to your hotel in Kanchanaburi. The rest of the day is at leisure.
Explore the beautiful Erawan National Park this morning, as you enjoy a gentled walk to a stunning seven-tiered waterfall. Lunch is included at a local restaurant, before the tour continues to Hellfire Pass, a pass cut out of solid rock by Allied prisoners during World War II.
Return to your hotel to enjoy an afternoon at leisure.
Check out this morning and transfer to your idyllic resort in Hua Hin, on the Gulf of Thailand, for a three-night stay.
The rest of the day is at leisure.
Choose between spending the day at leisure, or joining one of two optional tours: an excursion to the nearby Kho Sam Roi Yot National Park, Thailand’s first coastal national park, or a guided tour of Hua Hin, which includes the stunning teakwood Maruka Tayawan palace, designed by King Rama VI.
However you decide to spend your day, enjoy an evening at leisure tonight.
Today is free to spend as you wish – perhaps relaxing by the pool, or taking a leisurely stroll on the beach, no doubt reflecting on a thoroughly enjoyable, relaxing break.
Transfer to Bangkok airport for your return flight, via Singapore.
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You will be staying in a series of comfortable hotels that are conveniently located for your tour itinerary.
The transfer time from the airport to your hotel is approximately half an hour.
Should the water in Tonle Sap Lake be too low, the journey by boat on Day Seven will be replaced with coach transportation.
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 £35. British Citizens do not require a visa to visit Thailand. Until 30 June 2021, British Citizens do not require a visa for single entry visits to Vietnam if staying for less than 15 days. Full details of how and when to apply will be sent out about eight weeks before your departure date.
Visit www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice to find out the latest Foreign And Commonwealth Office travel advice for your holiday destination, as well as information about passports and visas.
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.
You are permitted to take one suitcase per person on the aircraft, which should not exceed 23kg.
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.
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. In many developing countries access is sometimes not as easy as at home. Should you have walking difficulties, getting around monuments and attractions may be harder and, in some cases, impossible. Should you have any concerns whatsoever please do contact us prior to travel.
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.
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.
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.
In developing countries road networks are continually being improved and expanded, which can mean that, from time to time, roadworks and rough road surfaces can extend journey times. Some journeys are made on winding mountain roads and passes, which may also make for slow travelling - although the scenery is usually worth it! Many roads do not have separate pavements or safety barriers, and great care should be taken when crossing or walking alongside roads.
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