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Mekong Cruise from Saigon to Siem Reap 13 days

From 1832 USD/pax. Private group of 2 pax

Prepare for an extraordinary voyage along the storied Mekong River on our 13-day cruise from Saigon to Siem Reap. This exceptional tour invites you to indulge in the essence of Southeast Asia, navigating through breathtaking landscapes, ancient traditions, and vibrant cultures. Join us for an unforgettable journey, where every moment promises discovery, luxury, and the allure of the Mekong’s timeless allure

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–> Understand the local life
Explore Mekong cruise from inland to the river. Experience how local fishermen catch fish, floating markets and small villages where few tourists have ever put their foot.

–> Embrace nature across two countries
Watch the sunrise in Angkor Wat for a stunning morning view with temples creating shadows on the grown. Watch the jungle on the border and sail on the largest lake in Asia.

–> Fall in love with ancient areas
Rove among ruins of the world’s most famous Hindu temple complexes. Escape the crowd and get deeper into Angkor Wat as Buddhist sites will amaze you.

Mekong Cruise from Saigon to Siem Reap 13 days

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Detailed Itinerary

Day 1Ho Chi Minh - Arrival

Your adventure in Vietnam has started.

  • You will be welcomed at the airport then transferred to your arranged hotel for relaxation.
  • Get ready to learn about Vietnamese culture while enjoying good quality Vietnamese coursing and let the excitement begin!
  • Overnight in Ho Chi Minh

Highlight experience: Traditional Vietnamese food

Day 2Ho Chi Minh - City Tour

Wake up in Saigon (currently Ho Chi Minh City), the city that varies from the rest of Vietnam due to its modern flair.

  • Start the day by visiting Thien Hau Temple and the Binh Tay Market, built by the Cantonese congregation.
  • Visit the War Remnants Museum that is home to the history of locals’ perspectives of the American/Vietnam War.
  • The old Presidential Palace is where victory was declared after years of fighting and is preserved as found with vehicles still in the garages.
  • Visit the Notre Dame Cathedral and Old Saigon Post Office which are both magnificent displays of French architecture.
  • Overnight in Ho Chi Minh

Highlight experience: The trip to the War Remnants Museum, to understand the American/Vietnam War and how people lived in Vietnam during the time.

Day 3Ho Chi Minh - Cao Dai Temple & Cu Chi Tunnels

Venture away from Saigon, through rural scenes, to encounter mysterious religious practices and unusual sites of preserved history:

  • Investigate the unique Cao Dai Temple, and be launched into this melting pot of Eastern and Western theologies.
  • Witness the famous Cu Chi Tunnels, and scramble through part of an unbelievably complex system of tunnels built by the Vietnamese resistance fighters.
  • Overnight in Ho Chi Minh

Highlight experience: The complex system in the Cu Chi Tunnels.

Day 4Ho Chi Minh - Mekong Delta - CRUISE & NIGHT on board

Board a grand, yet homely cruiseliner and embark on a leisurely three-day cruise. Depart Saigon and head for the rich, fertile lands of the Mekong Delta region and its extraordinarily busy inhabitants:

    Meet us at Phu An Jetty at 10:00 am and start with a bicycle ride around this picturesque rural area, ending up at Le Longanier Restaurant. Lunch is served in this exquisite colonial-style villa set in a lush tropical garden by the river. After lunch, board the Song Xanh Sampan for a leisurely cruise on the busy waterways of the Mekong Delta, with stops along the way to visit an ancient house in Dong Hoa Hiep village and local cottage industries that utilize products from the Delta like rice and coconuts. As we make our way down this famous river take in the local life as you pass by fisher folk checking their daily catch and floating houses imperceivably balanced on the mighty Mekong. Tonight, dinner is served on board the vessel.
    Overnight on board

Highlight experience: The floating market in Cai Be where you will taste fresh fruit like nowhere else.

Day 5CRUISE & NIGHT on board

After breakfast on board, cruise towards Vinh Long along a narrow river, passing several houses on stilts to arrive at Cai Tau Ha, a quaint village. Take a stroll along the riverbank to visit a temple which makes traditional medicine from herbs or walk further into the village to see how black-smiths make a variety of common farming tools and iron objects for everyday life.
Lunch is then served back on board before we make another foray into a clay pot factory in Vinh long. We will then head back to our sampan to further explore the small tributaries of the river.
The last stopover before sunset is a charming outdoor market where you can see how people sell local materials such as agricultural products, farming tools and fishing tools. Observe the endless boat traffic and the quiet but constant activity along the banks. Enjoy shore excursions to gain insight into how the local people make living, and stop for a visit to a Cao Dai temple. Return on board for dinner while the Song Xanh continues its cruise towards the Hau River.
Overnight on board.

Day 6CRUISE - HCM - FLY - Phnom Penh

We set off early at about 6:30 am to visit the famous Cai Rang Floating Market. Breakfast is served on board while the Song Xanh navigates towards the market among local
barges laden with fruit and vegetables. Be sure to have your camera ready for photos from this unique vantage point! Later on, cruise towards Victoria Can Tho and return to HCM City to fly to Phnom Penh.
Overnight in Phnom Penh
*Note: Actual itinerary may vary depending upon river tides, arrival time or other conditions.

Day 7Phnom Penh - Highlights

Learn about the tragedy of the recent past under the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia. Afterward, be swept away in the sensations of Phnom Penh’s spectacular architecture.

  • Take in the sombre atmosphere of the camp Choeng Ek Killing Field, outside Phnom Penh, the final resting place of many Cambodian people, murdered by the brutal Khmer Rouge regime.
  • Be educated about the nation’s past at the Museum of Genocidal Crime, which was the S-21 prison – the scene of the worst examples of brutality and torture under the infamous Pol Pot.
  • Visit the Royal Palace, resplendent in its gold edifice and traditional Khmer architecture.
  • See the Silver Pagoda and its magnificent Emerald Buddha.
  • Fascinating Khmer crafts await your inspection at the National Museum of Fine Arts.
  • Overnight in Phnom Penh

Highlight experience: The atmosphere at the Camp Choeng Ek Killing Fields.

Day 8Phnom Penh - Kampong Cham (Mekong)

After breakfast, we travel northeast and take a local ferry across the mighty Mekong River. Disembark at Koh Dach Island, home to a vibrant community of weavers who have been practicing their craft for generations.

Once on the island. Watch as skilled artisans transform silk threads into beautiful scarves, fabrics, and other textiles. A local guide will explain the different stages of silk production, from raising silkworms to dyeing and weaving the threads. You will learn about the cultural significance of silk weaving in Cambodia and the traditional techniques that have been passed down through generations.

After the visit, Continue to Kampong Cham, a peaceful town on the banks of the Mekong. On the way, We will visit Wat Nokor, a wat built within the ruins of an ancient temple that holds a timeless story and continue visit Phnom Pros Phnom Srey Mountain.
Overnight in Kampong Cham

Day 9Kampong Cham (Mekong) - Kamong Chnang (Tonle) - Battambang

Today we have almost a three hour drive to Kampog Chhang. Leave the hustle and bustle of Kampong Cham behind as you head north to Kampong Luong which is a village of goldsmiths. Watch silversmiths create ornate and fashionable silverware. Learn how the community makes pottery in the traditional way and see how sugar is collected from the sugar palm trees. Let your guide help you translate if you want to learn more about village life.

Transfer to Battambang and check-in at the hotel at the end of the afternoon. Enjoy the hotel facilities and relax until you are taken to experience the best element of Battamang. Enjoy a bamboo train ride to admire the real landscape of the countryside and observe the daily activities of the indigenous people.

End of the day with a visit to Phnom Sampeau, a massive limestone outcrop which is dissected by numerous caves, some of which are more accessible than others. Some caves contain unexpected memories of Cambodia’s turbulent history.
Every evening as night falls, thousands of bats emerge from hillside caves to feed before returning at dawn. This natural phenomenon is truly a “must see” for the visitor.
Overnight in Battambang

Day 10Battambang - Siem Reap

Morning transfer from Battambang to Siem Reap.
On the way to the next destination, visit Banteay Charm Temple then continue to a floating community, arrives at the dock to board a motor boat to visit a village of floating houses where offers an incredible natural phenomenon to make their living from the lake in a respectful and meaningful way. It is a great chance to witness one of the most amazing natural wonders of Cambodia and the world. Return to Siem Reap.
Overnight in Siem Reap.

Day 11Siem Reap - Angkor Wat - Angkor Thom

Arriving in Angkor Wat and rove among the ruins of the world’s most famous Hindu temple complexes, built for gods, and fit for kings.

  • Gaze upon the fascinating Buddhist monastery of Ta Phrom, where the jungle threatens to reclaim all stone structures.
  • Visit the three-tiered Baphuon (a temple in honour of another Hindu deity, Shiva) with its spectacular layered structure.
  • Pass through the Terrace of the Elephants, once a viewing platform for kings.
  • See the Terrace of the Leper King with its beautiful carvings of gods, nagas (semi-divine serpents), and dancers.
  • Visit the Royal Enclosure and its small temple, Phimeanakas. These ruins are particularly significant as they date from the 10th century.
  • Overnight in Siem Reap

Highlight experience: Stunning history and architecture will take you to a time where royals was the most important people in Cambodia.

Day 12Siem Reap - Three Buddhist Temples - Roluos Group

Go back to where it all started, and view some of the earliest temples in Siem Reap, heralding the start of Khmer architecture.

  • Leave behind the crowds of tourists and view the less-appreciated, but newly restored Ta Som temple.
  • Delve deeper into Angkor Wat, and get a sense of true history in the Buddhist sites patronised by King Jayavarman VII, including the Angkorian monastery of the “sacred sword”.
  • Discover the Roluos Group, and its three main temples, dedicated to Shiva.
  • Prepare to be dumbfounded by incredibly intricate sandstone carvings at Temple Lolei.
  • Visualise the first Angkorian capital city, by gazing at the remains of Bakong Temple, which was the city’s focal point for worship and rituals.
  • Overnight in Siem Reap

Highlight experience: Leave behind the crowds and get deeper into Angkor Wat as Buddhist sites will amaze you.

Day 13Siem Reap - Departure

Free time until transfer to the airport for your departure flight.


What make our tailor-made holidays different?

  • Non-catalogue itinerary
  • Crafted by you and us, local experts
  • Hand-picked authentic experiences
  • Well-selected fine accommodation
  • Designed to your budget and your time
  • Adjusted to your satisfaction

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  • All accommodation in double room at suggested hotels or similar
  • All meals as mentioned in the program
  • All transfers by private, spacious, air-conditioned car, with provision of water and refreshing towels, and a professional driver
  • All other transportation used for travel: sampan, small boat, etc…
  • A competent professional guide at each stage the entire time, (except during free time)
  • All tours as per the designed program
  • All entry fees for places you visit
  • All the entertainment and shows mentioned in the program
  • All program activities (cycling, bike, kayak, or others…)
  • CRUISE & NIGHT on Mekong Delta
  • Government taxes currently in force (VAT, etc….)


  • International flights to and from your home country,
  • Beverages, personal expenses and other services not clearly mentioned
  • Tipping guides and drivers, which are of course not mandatory, but always appreciated, are subject to your
  • Travel insurance of any kind that you subscribe to personally
  • Any free time services: including car and driver, tour guide, lunch and dinner.
  • Any of exit taxes applied to some countries (Cambodia-Laos).


Chez Mimosa Hotel

Chez Mimosa - Local

Found in December 2015, “Chez” means “Home” and Mimosa is the yellow tender flower, “the more sunshine, the more brilliant flower gets” is what people often say about this flower, it has a strong vitality, it carries the meaning of sincere feelings, secret and deep sympathy, and this is the name of the founder – Ms Mimosa Tran who has nearly 20 years’ experience in hotel and tourism industry.

Chez Mimosa” is a perfect combination of Homestay and Hotel to give guests an unforgettable experience of hospitality, warmth as the name itself. For the design, it follows the elegance neoclassic – Indochine style, which will bring to guest the comfort and convenience.

Bassac Cruise

Bassac Cruise

Bassac Cruises – The overnight discovery cruises across the Mekong delta on board elegant wooden cruisers, in touch with nature, including visits on shore to the rural sceneries and local handicraft or floating markets. The Bassac are three elegant Mekong river boats entirely built of wood, accommodating 12 to 24 passengers with meals entirely cooked and baked on board, personal care and the unique scenery and ambiance of the Mekong delta

G Mekong Hotel 4*

The G MEKONG HOTEL PHNOM PENH is an artistic urban sanctuary that embraces contemporary design, stylish comfort and metropolitan luxury hotel in Phnom Penh. The Hotel is perfectly located on Monivong Boulevard in the heart of Phnom Penh, a city the French once called the ‘Paris of the East’ set on the banks of the mythical Mekong River.


Battambang Resort

The luxurious Battambang Resort has been warmly welcoming guests since 2012, establishing its reputation as a small piece of paradise right here in Cambodia. The beauty of Battambang provides the perfect setting for this very special resort. Located in the midst of countless serene rice fields, local farmers can be seen tending to their daily work not far from the ancient village and famous bamboo train.

Memorie D’Angkor Boutique 4*

Memoire d'Angkor

Memoire D’Angkor Boutique Hotel built with a unique Cambodian state-of-the-art concept combining subtle elegance and artistry, Memoire d’Angkor provides an oasis of comfort and relaxation and continues its legacy journey to provide its guests with the ultimate happy experiences. Memoire d’Angkor Boutique Hotel is located along Sivatha road,

just 7 km from thea irport and the world heritage UNESCO site, Angkor Wat, and a five-minute walk to Pub-Street in the city center

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