Enjoy some local cuisine on your Mekong Cruise.

Logo Embark on a 8 day adventure of Vietnam and Cambodia with a luxury cruise along the Mekong River from Ho Chi Minh City to Siem Reap.

  • 8 Day Luxury Mekong River Cruise - Ho Chi Minh City to Siem Reap

    • Tour code: VEMR08
    • Duration: 8 Days
    • Departure City: Ho Chi Minh City
    • Return City: Siem Reap

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29 Jul 201906 Aug 2019$3,995$3,847get quote
12 Aug 201920 Aug 2019$3,995$3,847get quote
26 Aug 201903 Sep 2019$3,995$3,847get quote
09 Sep 201917 Sep 2019$4,095$3,943get quote
23 Sep 201901 Oct 2019$4,095$3,943get quote
07 Oct 201915 Oct 2019$4,195$4,040get quote
21 Oct 201929 Oct 2019$4,195$4,040get quote
04 Nov 201912 Nov 2019$4,195$4,040get quote
18 Nov 201926 Nov 2019$4,195$4,040get quote
02 Dec 201910 Dec 2019$4,445$4,281get quote
13 Jan 202021 Jan 2020$4,095$3,943get quote
27 Jan 202004 Feb 2020$4,095$3,943get quote
10 Feb 202018 Feb 2020$4,195$4,040get quote
24 Feb 202003 Mar 2020$4,195$4,040get quote
09 Mar 202017 Mar 2020$4,195$4,040get quote
23 Mar 202031 Mar 2020$4,195$4,040get quote
06 Apr 202014 Apr 2020$4,195$4,040get quote

Day By Day

  • Day 1 Arrive Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Embark Ship

    On arrival in Ho Chi Minh City, you’ll be met and transferred to My Tho where your river ship awaits for an eight-day Mekong River cruise. Tonight, get to know your fellow passengers as you enjoy an exclusive Luke Nguyen Welcome Dinner on board. Featuring a fusion of exciting Vietnamese and Western flavours, presented with Luke Nguyen’s culinary finesse, this contemporary menu is the perfect way to celebrate the beginning of your cruise. After dinner, perhaps wind down in the lounge with a nightcap.

  • Day 2 Cai Be, Sa Dec

    A local boat will take you to the river-land town of Cai Be today. Once here, step ashore to visit the French Gothic cathedral as well as the colourful port area, which is filled with crumbling colonial buildings and delightful flowering gardens. The morning then takes you onwards to a rice paper manufacturer where you’ll see how Vietnamese rice paper is made. The delightfully sleepy locale of Sa Dec is where French writer Marguerite Duras met her Vietnamese-Chinese lover, Huynh Thuy Le. On arrival, tour Huynh Thuy Le’s old house and learn the story behind Marguerite Duras’ best-selling novel, ‘The Lover’. Later, pay a visit to a traditional Cao Dai temple.

  • Day 3 Tan Chau, Evergreen Island, Border Crossing

    Transfer to a small boat for a journey along the tiny tributaries that snake around the riverside town of Tan Chau. Cruise right past a floating fish farm, then step ashore for a rickshaw tour of Tan Chau. Ride past shops, rice wine rooms and friendly locals eager to say hello. Later, step back in time during a visit Evergreen Island where you’ll experience authentic rural Mekong life. The remainder of today is left free for you to relax on board your luxurious river ship. This afternoon, perhaps take in a fruit-carving demonstration by one of the ship’s chefs. Alternatively, sit back and watch daily life unfold on the riverbanks before enjoying dinner later this evening. After entering Cambodia, your ship will continue to cruise overnight towards the Cambodian capital of Phnom Penh.

  • Day 4 Phnom Penh

    This morning presents a wealth of included sightseeing choices. Experience some of Cambodia’s sobering history with a moving excursion to the infamous Killing Fields. Afterwards, visit the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, located on the site of the Khmer Rouge’s notorious Security Prison 21 (S-21). Otherwise, discover Phnom Penh on a tuk tuk ride past the railway station and the city’s namesake, Wat Phnom. You will also stop to haggle for a bargain at the Central Market. History buffs can embark on a visit to the National Museum or explore the Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda. After lunch back on board, the afternoon is yours at leisure to further explore.

  • Day 5 Oudong, Koh Chen, Oknha Tey

    Today, journey to historic Oudong, which was Cambodia’s fascinating royal capital from 1618 until 1866. During your time here, you’ll pay a visit to a monastery for a Buddhist blessing experience with local monks. On the way back to Phnom Penh, take a leisurely stroll through the village of Koh Chen and perhaps visit some home workshops that manufacture copperware. You also have the option to ride an ox cart, where you’ll meet your ship in Kampong Tralach. Later, your ship glides along the lush banks of the Mekong to Oknha Tey, which renowned for its silk manufacturing traditions, preserved over centuries. Here, gain an insight into the traditional silk weaving process. After, return to your river ship to relax before enjoying delicious onboard dining tonight.

  • Day 6 Angkor Ban

    Join a walking discovery of Angkor Ban, one of the few villages in Cambodia that was not destroyed under the Khmer Rouge regime in the 1970s. Here, people still live in traditional wooden homes and keep ancient cultural traditions alive. Continuing cruising towards Siem Reap this afternoon, enjoy some time at leisure on board. Perhaps go for a dip in the pool, or kick back on the Sun Deck with a good book.

  • Day 7 Kampong Cham, Koh Pen

    If you are feeling active this morning, perhaps set out on a walk to the hilltop pagoda of Wat Hanchey. From here, enjoy views over the Mekong, making it well worth the climb. You’ll find many temples, pagodas and stupas, some dating back to the 8th century. Lunch is back on board, before taking a tuk tuk to explore the island of Koh Pen with its wooden stilt houses and local farming culture. On your ship this evening, toast the end of your cruise during a final farewell dinner.

  • Day 8 Kampong Cham, Disembark Ship, Siem Reap

    Your journey comes to an end after breakfast. Disembark the ship in Kampong Cham and transfer to Siem Reap for your flight home.

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