Vietnam & Cambodia Adventure
The adventure of a lifetime across Cambodia and Vietnam, with highlights including a luxury junk-ship cruise and a boutique stay near Angkor Wat
Siem Reap - 3 Nights - Tara Angkor - Superior Room - Bed & Breakfast
Your adventure begins in Siem Reap where the star attraction is, of course, the breathtaking Angkor Wat. Spread over 162 hectares, this UNESCO World Heritage Site commands more than just an afternoon amble - you'll need time to appreciate it all in its fascinating glory and wander other nearby ruins like Ta Prohm and Angkor Thom. Once you're templed out, delve deeper into the area’s storied past with a visit to the Angkor National Museum or unwind with a drink and a spot of people watching on Pub Street.
Hanoi - 2 nights - Silk Path Hotel - Deluxe Room - Bed and Breakfast
Hugging the easternmost tip of the Indochina Peninsula, Vietnam boasts miles of coastline and some of the most phenomenal scenery on the planet. It’s a country that can put your head in a spin, perhaps most of all in the capital city. Discover the history-steeped Old Quarter and the grandeur of Hanoi's monumental Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, pausing for banh mi and rich local coffee.
Halong Bay - 1 night - Indochina Boutique - Deluxe Cabin - Full Board
Before your third night in Hanoi, you’ll venture out on a one-night sailing on one of the most luxurious cruises in Halong Bay. Staying in an exceptionally smart cabin, you’ll explore emerald-green waters, passing jagged limestone islands and dramatic rock formations. Swim and kayak, splash about on a bamboo boat, have a go at squid fishing and Tai Chi, and watch a cooking demonstration - a taster of the gourmet Vietnamese dining you can expect onboard.
Hanoi - 1 night - Silk Path Hotel - Deluxe Room - Bed and Breakfast
Return to Hanoi for an overnight stay before your next adventure.
Hoi An - 5 nights - Palm Garden Hoi An - Superior Garden View - Bed & Breakfast
Widely regarded as one of Vietnam’s most architecturally-fascinating cities, your next stop is a melting pot of cultural influences, from French-colonial to Japanese and Chinese. Here you can explore the Venice-like canals by boat, visit intricately-designed and historic residences, or venture out of the city to visit Da Nang’s marvellous Marble Mountains. Another must-see is the Golden Bridge, a magnificent structure held up by two huge stone hands.
Ho Chi Minh City - 2 nights - Innside Melia Saigon - Premium room - Bed & Breakfast
you will finish your multi-centre in the heart of Ho Chi Minh City. The hum of Ho Chi Minh City is unmistakable, from the market stalls to the towering buildings, hanging washing lines and whizzing mopeds, this is a city full of movement. While you’re here, be sure to get your share of history, from the War Remnants Museum to the Cu Chi Tunnels, which give an eerie insight into the subterranean life of Vietnamese soldiers during the Vietnam War.
Total Price: £3198 Deposit: £700pp
Includes: Flights, Transfers, Accommodation
Departs: London Heathrow
In the ninth century, the Khmer established Angkor as the capital of their huge kingdom stretching from present-day Thailand to Vietnam's Mekong Delta. For the next six centuries they ruled one of the largest empires in South East Asia. Angkor cultivated a power base of a mighty military and ...
Hanoi is arguably Asia's most charming capital city. Hanoi, meaning ‘embraced by the river', is a city of broad, tree-lined boulevards, elegant French villas and colonial-era buildings painted in muted hues of mustard and white. It is also one of Asia's greenest cities with an a...
Since being designated a World Heritage site in 1994, much has been made of Halong Bay’s mystical landscape of limestone islets. The natural beauty of the Bay is one of the highlights of any visit to Vietnam. There are many ways to experience the ethereal beauty of Halong Bay. Cruising the karsts aboard a luxury Chinese-style junk ship is hard to beat and take in the natural splendour of this region. The luxury junk ship trips take in the well-known caves and islands around the Bay in comfortable surroundings. The memories will stay with you forever. February to April is often cool and drizzly, and the ensuing fog can make visibility low, but also adds an ethereal air. From May to September tropical storms are frequent, and year-round, tourist boats sometimes need to alter their itineraries, depending on the weather.
Over the last few years, Hoi An has become a very popular tourist destination in Vietnam. The UN listed the historic trading town of Hoi An as a World Heritage site in 1999. The reason for this listing is due to the fact that the town is an exceptionally well-preserved example of a 15th to 19th century Southeast Asian trading port. Hoi An has a distinct Chinese atmosphere with low, tile-roofed houses and narrow streets; the original structure of some of these streets still remains almost intact. All the houses were made of rare wood, decorated with lacquered boards and panels engraved with Chinese characters. Pillars were also carved with ornamental designs. Tourists can visit the relics of the Sa Huynh and Cham cultures. They can also enjoy the beautiful scenery of the romantic Hoi An River, Cua Dai Beach, and Cham Island.
Vibrating with energy, innovation, and traffic – Ho Chi Minh City, formerly known as Saigon, is the economic heart of Vietnam and the main hub of the southern region. A freewheeling, cosmopolitan metropolis, HCMC's dynamic cityscape draws together old and new Vietnam in the most compact...
Our hotel has 206 stylish guestrooms and suites. Our hotel interiors, rooms and suites are graced with a distinctive and contemporary style which successfully blends Khmer culture with understated elegance and fashion. Tara Angkor Hotel features 5 room types to assure our guess satisfaction and e...
Silk Path Hotel offers impeccable service and all the essential amenities to invigorate travelers. To name a few of the hotel's facilities, there are free Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour front desk, 24-hour room service, facilities for disabled guests, express check-in/check-out.
Indochina Sails is a leading cruise operator working under Vietnam’s leading Huong Hai Tourism Group. Luxury hospitality is the cornerstone of their mission, as they provide guests with an unforgettable experience from their bedroom furnishings to staff service. Their internationally recognized cruises have taken Ha Long Bay holidays to new heights, as they work both for and with their customers to provide the journey of a lifetime. With a combined experience of over 20 years hosting guests on the waters of Ha Long Bay, Indochina Sails has developed a floating hospitality service unparalleled in most aspects. Their dedicated teams know Ha Long Bay and Lan Ha Bay like the back of their hands; therefore, customers get to experience the best of what these world-renowned waters have to offer.
This resort offers a touch of Hoi An’s traditional architectural design combined with a taste of modern luxury. The combination of nature, unique architecture and the remarkable culture makes it your own get-away paradise. The Resorts 214 rooms are nestled among 12 acres of the landscaped tropical garden right along the Cua Dai beach and near the World Heritage Hoi An Town. Offering guests, a tranquil retreat, the resort’s unique architecture highlighted by Vietnamese charm is truly captivating. Bask in the sun on day beds by the white sand beach or around 969 square meter pool. Participate in sport activities, Indulge yourself at the spa for much needed pampering treatments. There’s plenty for kids to do as well, who will be entertained at the Kid’s Club with a range of activities especially designed for the young ones. Satisfy your cravings for the freshest produce served in any of our restaurants and bars.
The hotel boasts spacious rooms with a modern style, designed to make your stay pleasant and comfortable. The Suites feature fantastic views of the city. On their tenth floor, there is a rooftop area where you can enjoy an infinity pool and lounge bar. The perfect place for a drink while relaxing...