Thailand, Cambodia & Vietnam by Road & River
Custom Travel | 14 Days
- Glittering monuments of Bangkok, including the late Prince Chumbhot’s Suan Pakkad Palace
- Magnificent Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, and Banteay Srei, exploring fantastic temples, gates, and stone carvings
- Beautiful countryside and a peek into daily life with village visits, rarely visited temples, and bustling markets
- Hidden nooks and crannies of Ho Chi Minh City, colorful neighborhoods devoid of other tourists
- Cruise iconic waterways on Thailand’s Chao Phraya River, Cambodia’s Tonle Sap Lake, and Vietnam’s Mekong Delta
The title almost says it all; missing are the bustle and beauty, the tranquility and cultural exuberance of these three wonderful countries. Alighting in Bangkok, drive across the Thai-Cambodian border to Battambang, with its French-colonial atmosphere, temples, and markets. A riverboat takes you to Siem Reap and the astonishing ruins of Angkor. Heading south, continue on to Phnom Penh for a couple of nights in Cambodia’s charming capital before crossing into Vietnam. After several days in the still-traditional, always-eventful Mekong Delta, end your journey in the hustle, bustle, and charm of Saigon.
1 – 2
Arriving in Bangkok, delve into the city’s rich cultural heritage at the National Museum, Grand Palace, Wat Pra Kaew, Suan Pakkad Palace, and more.
3 – 4
Heading through the lush Thai countryside, cross the border into Cambodia and continue to Battambang Admire Battambang’s well-preserved colonial architecture and thriving art scene on visits to independent galleries Wander the charming village of Wat Kor, known for old wooden houses built in the traditional Khmer style.
5 – 7
On a boat trip along the Sangke River to Tonle Sap Lake, take in views of stilt home villages, open plains, and wetlands before arriving in Siem Reap Marvel at the great Khmer temples and monuments of Angkor, including Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, and Banteay Srei.
8 – 9
Discover the lesser-visited temples at Sambor Prei Kuk View the architectural highlights of Phnom Penh, including the Royal Palace with its extravagant Silver Pagoda.
10 – 11
The National Museum showcases masterpieces of Khmer Art Bidding Phnom Penh farewell, board a boat downriver to the Vietnamese border In the Mekong towns of Chau Doc and Can Tho, meander through bustling markets and visit local villages known for silk weaving and basket making.
12 – 14
From the Delta town of Cai Lậy, cruise along a small tributary of the Mekong River, and take a leisurely bicycle ride past sleepy villages Continue to Saigon and explore its historically rich landmarks and fascinating hidden corners Depart from Saigon.
Dates & Prices
Custom Trips offered October - May
From $9,575 per person (Custom Trip)
- Expertise of GeoEx’s travel specialists
- Services of GeoEx’s in-house air reservations team
- All accommodations
- All ground transportation and airport transfers
- Sightseeing, events, visits, and entrance fees
- Most meals
- Bottled or filtered water at included meals and while sightseeing
- Services of local guides, drivers, and other staff
- Some gratuities
- Emergency evacuation services and secondary medical expense insurance
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