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Tailor-Made Cambodia: Indochina & Angkor Wat

13 days, 5-star from $7,695

Discover the cultural, historical, and culinary gems of Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, and Thailand on a single immersive trip. Witness the remnants of Vietnam’s complex history and tour the famous Ha Long Bay on a luxury cruise. Discover local life and some of the best street food in the world in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. Spend two days exploring the famous Cambodian temples and two days taking in the serene beauty of Laos before concluding your trip in vibrant Bangkok.

Cambodia at a Glance

Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, and Thailand in Southeast Asia all have distinct characters and features despite their somewhat unified past as the former French Indochina. Their vibrant nature, tumultuous past, and alluring tourism nowadays make them highly in-demand destinations both for novice and experienced travellers. The best time to visit is between October and April, when it’s the dry season, but note that November through January is considered the peak season with the highest rates and busiest sites. While you’re likely to find LGBT-friendly establishments in bigger cities like Bangkok and Hanoi, the public opinion in these Southeast Asian countries is still a little conservative. While you’re unlikely to face discrimination, be cautious of public displays of affection, especially in the rural areas.

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Cambodia: Riel (KHR) | Vietnam: Đồng (VND) | Laos: Kip (LAK)

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Cambodia: Khmer | Vietnam: Vietnamese | Laos: Lao

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Canada and US citizens need a visa to visit Cambodia, Vietnam and Laos.

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Best Time To Visit

October - November & May - June

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Indochina Time (GMT+7)

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Photo: Melody Temple

13-day travel itinerary


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Arrive in Hanoi, Vietnam

Arrive in Vietnam’s second-largest city and capital Hanoi, and transfer to your hotel.


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Hanoi | Cultural Heart

Today you’ll explore many fascinating destinations. Begin by visiting the home of the famous revolutionary leader Ho Chi Minh, then continue to the One Pillar Pagoda and the Temple of Literature. Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant before visiting the infamous prison once housing American prisoners of war. In the late afternoon, explore the Old Quarter on a cyclo and stop at a local coffee shop to meet with a war veteran.


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Ha Long Bay | Cruising Among The Karsts

Board the Orchid cruise to enjoy a luxurious trip through Ha Long Bay. Relax on the premium deck and marvel at the epic karst formations along the many islets, a signature of this region. Stop at Cat Ba Island and visit the Trung Trang Cave, admiring the lush landscapes along the way. After returning to Orchid, prepare for a memorable sunset over the Gulf of Tonking. Before dinner, take part in a culinary demonstration by a local chef.

Halong Bay Vietnam


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Ha Long Bay | Sunrise Tai Chi

Welcome the sunrise and partake in a tai chi lesson, before embarking on a kayak trip along the soaring limestone pinnacles. Enjoy a relaxed brunch on Orchid as the cruise returns to port. Now tour the city of Hai Phong and visit the Hang Kenh Temple, where you’ll watch a water puppet show. Transfer to the airport and fly to Vietnam’s largest city Ho Chi Minh City or Saigon, as it used to be known.


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Ho Chi Minh City | Vibrant Saigon

Begin your day early as you go on a cyclo ride through Tao Dan Park, before visiting the wet markets and a secret bunker. For lunch, try the Vietnamese savoury pancake known as banh khot that you will try to make at a local restaurant. After lunch, visit the Reunification Palace and learn about the religion in Southern Vietnam at Cao Dai temple.


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Ho Chi Minh City | Design Your Day

Start your day exploring the underground tunnels once used by the Vietcong and cycling around the countryside, before you return to Ho Chi Minh City to visit the War Remnants Museum and go on a walking tour of one of the historic neighbourhoods. Continue with a culinary journey discovering traditional dishes and the best street food vendors.


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Siem Reap, Cambodia | Ruins of Ta Prohm

This morning fly to Siem Reap in Cambodia. The country’s second-largest city is known as the gateway to the famous Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom. First, visit the remarkable tree-root-covered Ta Prohm temple, originally known as Rajavihara. In the late afternoon, check in to your hotel and enjoy the rest of the evening at leisure.

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Siem Reap | Sunrise Over Angkor Wat

Get up early for a tuk-tuk ride to witness a stunning sunrise over Angkor Wat. In the afternoon, explore the Bayon Temple and the South Gate of Angkor Thom.


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Siem Reap | Hidden Temples & Treasures

Visit one of the lesser-known temples, Banteay Srei, before learning about a country-wide clean water project supporting rural communities. Before you bid farewell to Cambodia, enjoy lunch and then fly to Laos.

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Luang Prabang, Laos | Insights Into The Old Ways

Today is all about exploring the city of Luang Prabang! First, visit the National Museum, followed by a visit to the Heuan Chan Heritage House, complete with tea in the lush gardens. Continue the day by exploring Wat Xieng Thong and Wat Khili temples before an afternoon at leisure. In the early evening, enjoy a lovely, private sunset cruise on the Mekong River.

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Luang Prabang | Traditional Baci Ceremony

Get an early morning start by experiencing the local life and giving alms to Buddhist monks. After breakfast at your hotel, visit the Kuang Si Waterfall Park with a multitude of paradisian waterfalls. Then lunch at a local restaurant, after which you’ll partake in a good luck ritual known as a baci ceremony for a smooth onward journey to Bangkok in Thailand.

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Bangkok, Thailand | Along The Chao Phraya River

Begin your day with a private boat ride, departing from your hotel along the Chao Phraya River. Explore the Grand Palace and the famous Emerald Buddha before continuing on a tuk-tuk ride to the Buddha statue at Wat Pho. Enjoy the afternoon at leisure.

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Depart Bangkok

After breakfast, a driver will take you to the airport for your flight home.

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