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10D / 9N - Combined Tour with South Vietnam 

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Loac Agent : Sokleap

Duration : 10 days/ 09 nights

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Siem Reap (4n) – Kampong Thom (1n) - Phnom Penh (1n) – Chau Doc (1n) – Can Tho (1n) – Ho Chi Minh (1n)

A program for two discoveries: Make the most of the Khmer history from North to South before reaching Vietnam to disover the wonders of the country of dragons.

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days Summary
Day 02 SIEM REAP  
Day 03 SIEM REAP  
Day 04 SIEM REAP  

Beginning of ASIAMYWAY Services 

Day 01 : Siem Reap

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Welcome by your local English-speaking guide at Siem Reap Airport. Transfer to the hotel.

In the afternoon, visit of the Panorama Museum, a first insight of the Angkor Archaeological Park. The first part of this museum is devoted to the presentation of the main temples of Angkor. You will then get close to a realistic 360 degree painting, representing the different elements of everyday life during the Angkorian era. You will end the visit with the projection of an animated film explaining the incredible organization needed for the construction of the site.

Dinner at your own expense

Overnight in a hotel in Siem Reap.


Breakfast at the hotel.

Departure by Tuk-Tuk from the hotel for a morning dedicated to the visit of Angkor Wat. You will visit this place from where King Suryavarman II reigned over the Kingdom of Cambodia from 1 113 to 1 152. This temple fulfills the fundamental law that governs every work of art and that a building can be read from a single one and his unit of composition appears immediately. The pyramidal plan of the temple, combined with the vastly clever perspectives of the avenues and the basins, allows the architectural line to assume its importance and indicates a mastery of composition never equaled.

Lunch at your own expense

In the afternoon you will continue with the visit of the Banteay Kdei Temple, a 12th century Buddhist temple built in the Bayon style. Then, you will continue towards the Ta Som Temple and its beautiful door invaded with lianas. Stop at the Mebon temple as to admire its sculptures dating from the Hindu period of the 10th century before climbing the steps of the temple of Pre Rup at sunset.

Dinner at your own expense.

Overnight at the hotel in Siem Reap.

DAY 03 : Siem Reap 

Breakfast at the hotel.

Departure by vehiclefrom the hotel to reach the archaeological site in the morning. You will enter the Ta Prohm, "the ancestor Brahma", to enjoy magical moments in this temple which has been left partly in the state of nature in order to preserve the memory of the visions of the discoverers who revealed Angkor to the West. Here, the stone and roots of century-old kapok tree are embraced. You will continue mountain biking on a laterite trail through the forest to reach the small temple of Ta Nei lost in the forest. The trail passes by the small French bridge before reaching the temple of Preah Khan. Enigmatic in many ways, it was built by King Jayavarman VII who dedicated it to his father. Its specificity is to be the only building with round columns. (7km of mountain bike on flat track and groomed of soil and sand).

Lunch at your own expense

The afternoon is dedicated to the discovery of the great hydraulic city of Angkor Thom. King Jayavarman VII had a laterite bulwark built in a square of 3 kilometers on the side, supported by raised earth with an outer moat of 100 meters wide to protect his city from the invaders.

After admiring the enigmatic doors of this city, you will go on foot to visit the Elephants' Terrace where the king and his court attended the games and processions and then the enclosure of the royal palace with the Phimeanakas. After, you will reach the Bayon, central temple of this fortified city.

The Bayon presents at first glance a disorder of blackened stones and a tangle of some fifty face towers. You will end the day with a bicycle ride on the ramparts and admire the setting sun on the Angkorian forest. (7km of mountain biking on flat tracks and groomed with sand and earth)

Dinner at your own expense

Overnight at the hotel.

Note: People who don’t want to ride a bicycle may also stay in the vehicle.

Day 04 : SIEM REAP 

Breakfast at the hotel.

After breakfast, you will drive through the countryside and rice paddies to reach the Kbal Spean River, another river called the 1000 Lingas River. Take a stroll (about 45 mn of fairly steep climbing) through the forest to discover the bed carved of yonis and lingas of the river that draws its source on the sacred mountain of Phnom Kulen. A few kilometers away you will reach Banteay Srei, "the citadel of women". Located 30 km northeast of Angkor Wat, it is one of the most perfect and most endearing architectural creations erected in Cambodia. The buildings that have preserved a finely carved decoration in the pink sandstone have made the celebrity of this temple.

Lunch at your own expense

On the way back you will visit the Banteay Samre Temple, citadel of the Samre ethnic group. It was built by the Hindus at the same time as the temple of Angkor Wat. Return to town to visit the workshops of Angkor craftsmen, stone cutters and specialists in silk painting, …. You will wander around the crowded aisles of the old market, which offers local products and souvenirs at the end of the day.

Dinner at your own expense

Overnight at hotel in Siem Reap.


Breakfast at the hotel.

You will take the bus back to the Tonle Sap Lake. Through the dike you will cross the areas flooded by the large lake with its houses on stilts, rice fields and flooded forests before reaching the Kampong Khleang away from hordes of tourists. Walk through the village to see houses perched to more than 7m high. You will then embark on a traditional boat and sail to the Tonle Sap Lake, where you will see a floating village. (The navigation route can be changed depending on the water level of the lake).

Lunch at your own expense.

A laterite road takes us to the forgotten temples of the former royal capital Sambor Prei Kuk, originally called Içanapura, the town of Içanavarman, the King of the Zhen-la. As the capital of the Great Lake region, this city is the largest of the pre-Angkorian sites with some sixty listed monuments. A walk through the forest makes us join the 3 groups composed of brick towers with very rich architectural decors.

Dinner at your own expense

Overnight at hotel in Kampong Thom


Breakfast at the hotel.

After your breakfast drive to reach Kampong Cham (150Km, 3h drive). Halfway you will climb the steps that lead to the pagoda located at the top of the hill of Phnom Santuk. This place of pilgrimage, very popular with Cambodians already in Angkorian times, is populated by monkeys. The walk between the monuments and sculpted caves is very pleasant and allows you to enjoy the view of the surrounding countryside.

Lunch at your own expense

A few kilometers after Kampong Cham, you will drive to Cheung Kok village. This village was highlighted by the Amica NGO to promote rural Cambodian life in a sustainable development approach (www.amica-cambodge.org). A small marked trail allows you to enter the daily life of this typical village (breeding of pigs, henhouses, palm wine, weaving silk, potabilization of water ...) A small shop sells simple handicrafts. You will continue your journey before stopping on the way to taste a grilled tarantula, specialty of the municipality of Skun. Continuation to reach the capital Phnom Penh. Settle down at the hotel and then have a stroll at the end of the day on the quays in front of the Royal Palace, meeting place and stroll for the inhabitants of the capital.

Dinner at your own expense

Overnight at hotel in Phnom Penh.


Breakfast at the hotel.

The morning is devoted to the visit of the main monuments of the city with the Royal Palace and its numerous buildings. You will see the main residence of King Sihamoni. You will follow the visit of the Silver Pagoda, on the ground paved with 500 silver blocks of 1kg, each. It houses frescos inspired by Ramayana and other treasures of the crown and a beautiful collection of Buddha.

Visit the National Museum which houses, in a building built by a French architect in the Khmer style, very rich collections of Khmer art, including statuary. Most objects come from the Angkor site.

Visit Tuol Sleng jail also called S21, an old school transformed by the Khmer Rouge regime into a prison and torture center.

Lunch at your own expense

You will embark on a public fast boat in the direction of Chau Doc (without guide).

Arrival on Chau Doc around 5 pm from Phnom Penh.

Welcome by your Vietnamese guide and transfer to the hotel.

Dinner at a local restaurant in Chau Doc.

Overnight at the hotel in Chau Doc.


Breakfast at the hotel.

You will discover the Tra Su Nature Reserve. Approximately 45 minutes transfer.

Embark on local boats and then on a pirogue to naviguate on the calmest and secluded bodies of water. Tra Su's forest of cajeputiers covers more than 850 hectares and is considered a typical ecosystem of the Mekong Delta wetland. The stream that winds through the forest is called by the locals the "green way" because it is covered with hyacinths, making the ride velvety, charming and romantic.

You will continue then down the Mekong and go towards Can Tho.

Stop at Long Xuyen for lunch in a local restaurant.

Before reaching Can Tho, you will make a detour to the Binh Thuy house which served as a backdrop for some scenes from Jean-Jacques Annaud's film L'amant, an adaptation of Marguerite Duras's novel.

Surrounded by a beautiful garden of almost one hectare, the house has five bays and is covered with tiles bearing the inscriptions Phuc-Lôc-Tho (Happiness-Prosperity-Longevity). Preceded from a porch and a courtyard, it includes columns of lim wood (iron wood). The front house, five spans and European style, is reserved for the reception of visitors. The ancestor altar is in the middle of the central span, the rooms are behind.

This large bourgeois house was built by the current owner's grandfather. The latter used the best craftsmen of the region to carve wooden columns, furniture and armchairs that still bear details of dragons and phoenixes.

Then transfer to the hotel in Can Tho.

Dinner at Nam Bo restaurant.

Overnight at hotel in Can Tho.


Breakfast at the hotel.

Around 7 am, embark on a traditionnal sampan boat to visit the floating market of Cai Ran. This market illustrates the wealth and intensity of the Mekong life: explosion of colors and atmosphere guaranteed in this high place of the fruit and vegetable trade. It is also the largest floating market on the Mekong River in Vietnam.

Landing and stroll through Can Tho market and in the old town. At the exit of the market, the sampan takes you to a factory of rice vermicelli and a typical fruit garden of the region.

Then, you will go back to your vehicle and head towards the town of Vinh Long.

Upon arrival at the pier, you will embark on a sampan to join the house of Mrs. Ut Trinh.

Lunch on site including the specialty of "elephant ear fish”.

You will then leave to have a stroll by sampan by rowing through the small arroyos of the river. You will get your sampans and now leave for the Cai Be City. En route, you will discover the most important rice storage center of the Delta.

You will also have the opportunity to visit family craft businesses, where you can discover the manufacture of rice cakes, biscuits made from popcorn, coconut milk sweets, as well as shelling and drying of longans, fruits whose plantations are very extensive in the delta.

Your vehicles will be waiting for you at the tourist port of Cai Be to take you to Saigon (about 2h30 drive).

Ho Chi Minh City was nicknamed Saigon, the "pearl of the East" and the "Paris of Asia". Founded under the Second Empire, Saigon was the capital of Cochin China (today Nam Bô), the only territory constituted as a French colony (the other two, Tonkin and Annam, being protectorates).

Built on the site of an ancient Khmer city, Prey Nokor, it is today, the great metropolis of the South, which includes Saigon and Cholon, is the largest city of the country, and also the economic and commercial capital.

Day and night, the streets echo the incessant blows of horns and the roar of a thousand mopeds that crisscross the city. The French presence is still marked by long, shady avenues dotted with colonial houses, gardens and monuments that contrast with the buildings of many modern buildings and hotels.

Dinner at the Hoa Tuc Restaurant, located in the old buildings of an opium refinery, 100 meters from the Saigon Opera House.

Overnight at hotel in Saigon.


Breakfast at the hotel.

Your day will be dedicated to the visit of the city, the economic capital of Vietnam, formerly Saigon and renamed Ho Chi Minh in 1976 after the departure of the Americans. You will have the pleasure to have a total immersion in the city whilst visiting the historical places: the reunification palace, the central post office, the Notre Dame cathedral, some of the French architecture heritage.vietnam-1398751_640.jpg

Lunch at the restaurant Nha An Ngon located on Pasteur street, you will have the opportunity to see the preparation of the dishes in a completely traditional way.

The atmosphere is unique and truly authentic. You will meet there few tourists but on the contrary many locals who come here as a family as the cuisine is appreciated there.

Then you will continue with the Presidential Palace renamed Reunification Palace or Liberation Palace, a real symbol of the fall of Saigon on April 30, 1975: "At 10:24, the president of South Vietnam announces the capitulation. At 11:30 am, North Vietnamese tanks destroyed the doors of the Palace, the flag of the Viet Cong is hoisted on the roof.”

You can continue the discovery of the city by passing through an emblematic place of the former French Saigon of the beginning of the 20th century: Cercle Sportif Saïgonnais. It was officially created in 1902 to provide cultural and sporting activities for the French community of Saigon although it represented at the time less than 5% of the total population of "Grand Sai Gon" which included Saigon, Cho Lon and the seaside resort of Cap Saint-Jacques.

It was therefore an elitist club where people could only enter through sponsorship. Fencing, tennis, rugby, dancing, billiard and petanque were taught and practiced there with its famous club "la boule gauloise" ... It was enlarged several times and the last inauguration took place on December 5th, 1925. In September 1933, the outdoor swimming pool was inaugurated, which marked the culmination of this very popular club, some high-level sportsmen and women were recognized in France. It is a very pleasant place where it is good to share a moment with the Vietnamese sports enthusiast, the time of a petanque game in the shade of the centenary trees or swimming in the swimming pool whose structure remained identical to that of the time. Possibility to continue walking towards the park Tao Dan which is only a hundred meters from the Circle.

Transfer to Ho Chi Minh International Airport and continuation of your trip in South-East Asia.





HIGH SEASON 01/10/2018 UNTIL 20/12/2018 LOW SEASON FROM 01/04/2018 UNTIL 30/09/2018

2 pers.

 896$ 473$  1369$  877$  473$  1350$ 

3 pers.

736$  389$  1125$  718$  389$  1107$ 

4 pers.

630$  336$  966$  612$  336$  948$ 

5 pers.

572$  305$  877$  553$  305$  858$ 

6 pers.

532$  305$  837$  513$  305$  818$ 

Single room Supp

+146$  +79$  +225$   +127$ +79$  +206$ 

Superior Category Supplement


high season from 01/10/2017 until 31/03/2018
and from 01/10/2018 until 20/12/2018
low season from 01/04/2018 until 30/09/2018

Supplement per pers

+52$  +152$  +204$  +21$  +99$  +120$ 



Single room Supp

 +52$ +147$   +199$  +21$ +99$  +120$ 


Our prices include :

  • The transfers, excursions and visits mentioned in the program,
  • Accommodation with breakfast in hotels provided in the program (According to the list of definitive hotels validated at the final confirmation of the circuit and its dates),
  • Meals as mentioned in the program
  • The services of one or more English-speaking guides as mentioned in the program,
  • Two bottles of water per day per person,
  • Carrying baggage (except logistical impossibility),
  • English-speaking follow-up 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Our prices exclude :

  • Drinks consumed during meals and / or outside (mini bar ...),
  • Lunches and dinners not mentioned,
  • Personal expenses and travel insurance,
  • Tips ($ 4 / day / person for guides, $ 2 / day / person for drivers and $ 1 / person for porters / waiters),
  • The "Check-in" or "late check-out" in the selected hotels and minibar or other drinks, not included in the program,
  • All services not mentioned in the program: meals, visits, services, authorization fees for the use of cameras and cameras on certain sites,
  • Airport departure taxes and any fuel surcharges,
  • Cambodia visa fees,
  • International flights.

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