Rating in Thailand
$ 641

Indochina Encounter QBK

min $ 641
Per person
Tour details
Destinations: Bangkok, Krong Siem Reap, Angkor Wat Basin, Phnom Penh, Ho Chi Minh, Mekong River Delta
Guide language: English
Price: min $ 641
Group size: min 8 — max 14
Duration: 10 days
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Bangkok to Saigon on a budget
Travelling by local transport, we experience the variety that South East Asia has to offer. From the vibrant Thai capital of Bangkok we cross the border to Phnom Penh in Cambodia and continue to Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam. Along the way we have the chance to explore the ancient temples of Angkor and cruise between floating fishing villages on Lake Tonle Sap.
Tour Highlights
Bangkok - Explore the 'klongs', the network of waterways skirting the city's modern skyscrapers (optional)
Siem Reap - Gateway to the iconic and awe-inspiring Khmer temple complex of Angkor
Battambong - Dusty streets lined with Colonial buildings and Khmer temples
Phnom Penh - Learn about the dark history of the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia's buzzing capital (optional)
Ho Chi Minh City - Learn about the resourcefulness of the Viet Cong at the Cu Chi Tunnels (optional)

1 Join tour in Bangkok
2 Journey overland to Siem Reap
3 In Siem Reap; free time to discover the temples of Angkor
4 In Siem Reap; free time to explore Angkor further
5 Public Bus past rural villages to Battambang
6 Drive to Phnom Penh; orientation walk in the city
7 In Phnom Penh; free time to visit the Killing Fields
8 Drive to Ho Chi Minh City; orientation walk of Old Saigon
9 In Ho Chi Minh City; free time to visit Cu Chi Tunnels or Mekong Delta
10 Tour ends in Ho Chi Minh City
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