Indochina Trails - Sun N' Sea Tours

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20 days, 19 nights
Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam

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Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia

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Indochina Trails

Itinerary

Day 1 Arrive SAIGON 
Day 2 CUCHI  tunnels by speedboat & SAIGON city site
Day 3 MEKONG DELTA with Mekong Queen cruises
Day 4 SAIGON, HUE 
Day 5 HUE, DANANG, HOIAN 
Day 6 Gardening at TRA QUE village & HOIAN walking tour  
Day 7 HOIAN 
Day 8 HOIAN, DANANG, HANOI
Day 9 HANOI; city highlights  
Day 10 HANOI, HALONG 
Day 11 Living on the bay 
Day 12 HALONG, HANOI, LUANG PRABANG  
Day 13 LUANG PRABANG; walking tour, Monk school 
Day 14 LUANG PRABANG; day free 
Day 15 LUANG PRABANG, SIEMREAP  
Day 16 SIEMREAP; Angkor Temples  with “tuk tuk”
Day 17 SIEMREAP; Village explorer  
Day 18 SIEMREAP, PHNOMPENH; street food 
Day 19 PHNOMPENH; city round, “Killing Field” 
Day 20 PHNOMPENH, departure 

Day 1 Arrive SAIGON 

Arrive in Saigon. Pick up at Tan Son Nhat airport and transfer to hotel for checking in.

Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) is the largest city in Vietnam and is located near the Mekong Delta. The city was then renamed once again, after the North Vietnamese invasion of South Vietnam in 1975, becoming Ho Chi Minh City. Today the city centre is still adorned with wide elegant boulevards and historic French buildings. However, as the undoubted economic centre of Vietnam, high rise office towers are starting to take their place amongst this wonderful colonial architecture.

Ho Chi Minh
Ho Chi Minh

Day 2 CUCHI  tunnels by speedboat & SAIGON city site

Journey out of the city centre to the Cu Chi regions, where you will visit the vast underground network of tunnels built first as a defence against the French, and later expanded during the American war. It was from here that the North Vietnamese waged their guerrilla warfare and you will marvel at their ingenuity and resilience. See secret trapdoors, underground kitchens, living areas and meeting rooms. The more adventurous may explore the deeper second, and even third level tunnels. For those preferring to remain above ground, there is ample opportunity to view excavated areas from above. Your guide will advise you of the length and level of difficulty of each tunnel before entering - some are easily accessed by stairs.…..
Afternoon, join us with the city highlights at which the sites recommended as the Reunification Palace, formerly South Vietnam's Presidential Palace, which remains largely untouched since the day Saigon finally fell to North Vietnamese troops in 1975; Notre Dame Cathedral and the Old Saigon Post Office offer visitors a glimpse of a French Colonial past, with the latter being design by Gustave Eiffel himself. For most a visit to the War Remnants Museum, formally known as the Museum of American War Crimes is high on the list, and although it can be quite a chilling experience, the various exhibitions offer an insight into the suffering of the Vietnamese people during recent conflicts…….

Ho Chi Minh Cu Chi
Ho Chi Minh
Breakfast, Lunch
SAIGON -> CUCHI by speedboat ~ 1.5 hour each turn

Day 3 MEKONG DELTA with Mekong Queen cruises

A one day excursion will begin after boarding a luxury wooden boat, the Mekong Queen, with a visit of the Cai Be floating market (the earlier visit the more boats found), where you can observe the busy trading activities of local traders with several kinds of agricultural product from one boat to another. You then continue the cruise to a local factory to visit and learn how pop rice, pop corn, rice paper and coconut candies are made. You also have an opportunity to taste these products served with hot green tea. Returning to the boat to take a 50 minute excursion to Dong Hoa Hiep Island and discover the beautiful and peaceful sceneries together with the typical life of the region a long the Mekong River. Stops and visits can be made during the excursion.
A 10 minute walk through a local village and fruit gardens, you will be able to stop at a local family scaled Longan process factory, where you have another opportunity to take photo of and interact with the so friendly and hard working local people before coming to an old Mandarin house, built hundred years ago and it is where at least four generations of the family have been living. A so delicious Vietnamese lunch will be served by the owner, Mrs. Kiet. 
Returning to the Mekong Queen by walking or taking a small rowing sampan for another one hour and a half cruise through to Vinh Long, the capital town of Cuu Long (nine Dragon) province. You then visit another local house where you have a short walk through his nursery garden and enjoy several kinds of tropical fruit in the Mekong Delta and taste snake wine …. Getting back to the boat to cross the Co Chien River, one of the 2 branches of the Mekong, called the upper one to Vinh Long Pier where you get on board your vehicle for a drive back to Saigon.

Ho Chi Minh Cai Be Vinh Long
Ho Chi Minh
Breakfast, Lunch
SAIGON -> CAIBE ~  2.5 hours driving  

Day 4 SAIGON, HUE 

At leisure till the flight heading to Hue. Meet our person on arrival and drive to the selected hotel. 

Hue remained Vietnam’s capital until 1945, when Bao Dai, the last of the Nguyen emperors, abdicated. Many of Hue’s attractions are found along the banks of the Perfume River that flows through the centre of town. The cuisine is Hue is spicy hot, with lots of chilli. Reflecting its Imperial roots, it is often served in beautifully presented, taster portions, a kind of oriental nouvelle cuisine!

Afternoon, we embark on your private cyclo ride around Hue! Start your leisurely cyclo tour with a visit to Tinh Tam Lake, one of the most famous spots in this ancient capital of Vietnam. Situated on the left bank of Dinh Tien Hoang Road, the beautiful lake is considered an iconic achievement of 19th-century landscape architecture. Your guide will discuss its stunning design features before heading to Hue Citadel. Once the seat of the Nguyen dynasty, this UNESCO World Heritage Site contains the former Imperial Palace. Tombs, hallways and ornate temples comprise Hue Citadel and highlight Hue’s regal history. Pass through the high stone walls of this royal city and ride to several major landmarks within the complex. Our next stop is at  the Garden house which offers an excellent opportunity to relax and enjoy traditional Vietnamese hospitality in the surrounds of a fully-working and functioning replica of a 19th century Hue residence. The house itself is set in charming gardens, complete with lotus ponds and pavilions. Like many of Hue's homes, the structure is built on high foundations with low, dipping roofs due to the historical problem of flooding in the area. Dinner served at the house and drive back our hotel in the evening.

Ho Chi Minh Hue
Hue
Breakfast, Dinner
SAIGON -> HUE ~ 1.20mns flight 

Day 5 HUE, DANANG, HOIAN 

After breakfast, we get out and drive to visit the towering Thien Mu Pagoda, one of the most famous Vietnamese landmarks. Differing legends explain how the pagoda came  to be - one tells of an old woman who instructed Lord Hoang Nguyen in 1601 to walk contemplatively along the river with a lit incense stick and to build a city at the spot where the incense stopped burning. Turn our route, we get to the Minh Mang Royal Tomb, is the final resting place of one of the Nguyen Dynasty’s staunchest Confucians, whose reign represents the apex of Nguyen power over the country. Then moving to a nearby village that specializes in producing incense. Just outside the village, a local craftswoman has been making conical hats, or non la, with just one hand since childhood. Observe her expertise at fashioning these beautiful creations that have become quite popular with visitors. 

After lunch, we then will take the departure for Hoi An, driving on the picturesque route via Lang Co and over the Hai Van Pass (Ocean Cloud Pass) the we reach Danang and continue to drive for  the final 30 minutes to Hoi An where the remainder of your day is at leisure.

Once known as Faifo, the UNESCO designated World Heritage town of Hoi An was one of the Orient’s major trading ports in the 16th and 17th centuries. Despite the passing of the years and the ravages of weather and war, the centre of Hoi An  remains much the same as it did in its heyday. The town is undoubtedly one of the highlights of any visit to Vietnam with the laid-back atmosphere and the fine Colonial architecture lining cobbled streets offering a glimpse of times gone-by. 

Hue Da Nang Hoi An
Breakfast, Lunch
HUE -> HOIAN ~ two & half hours to drive 

Day 6 Gardening at TRA QUE village & HOIAN walking tour  

Tra Que - a little charming village lies on the edge of Hoi An, It is named after the sweetly scented vegetable.these vegetables not only make the Pho Hoi ‘s meals more sweet with different flavour but also make Hoi An specialities such as Cao Lau, Quang Noodle more memorable.If you come here to the village , you can also enjoy the cooking class conducted by the host with local “Tam Huu” spring roll which is primarily made from Tra Que vegetables or pancake with meat ( Banh xeo ) which is made with the enlivenment. Experience one day living and working with the local people at the Tra Que vegetable village where you will have a chance to discover the daily life of farmers.

Our guide will see you at the hotel to drive to bike to a local farm in Tra Que village. A short stroll will take you around the vegetable garden and then you can join the farmers  in preparing the land and fertilizing it with seaweed from thelocal lake. Following steps are raking the ground, sowing, watering, picking vegetables and many other gardening activities. After all these activities, you will take a short rest and enjoy foot bath before getting to preparing lunch with a local family. Your lunch will consist of many local delicacies including ‘tam huu’ spring roll, Banh xeo or local pancake of people in vietnam middle region. you can join the cooking with the chef on these meals. Bike or drive back the town in the early afternoon. 
The rest is to discover the Hoi An town, stroll between centuries-old stone houses, explore the former merchants’ homes and narrow lanes that lead to bustling piers and old trading docks. Snap photos of architecture that dates back to the 15th-century and make time to visit the Japanese Bridge, whose covered walkway leads to a rare Buddhist temple.

Hoi An Tra Que
Hoi An
Breakfast, Lunch

Day 7 HOIAN 

Day free to explore the town on your own.

Hoi An
Hoi An
Breakfast

Day 8 HOIAN, DANANG, HANOI

Breakfast at the hotel, free at leisure till the flight to Hanoi. Pick up upon arrival and transfer to hotel.   

Hanoi, Vietnam's capital, ranks amongst the world's most attractive and interesting cities. It was first the capital of Vietnam in A.D. 1010, and though the nation's capital moved to Hue under the Nguyen dynasty in 1802, the city continued to flourish after the French took control in 1888. In 1954, after the French departed, Hanoi was declared Vietnam's capital once again. The remnants of over 1,000 years of history are still visible here, with that of the past few hundred years wonderfully preserved.

Hoi An Da Nang Ha Noi
Ha Noi
Breakfast
DANANG -> HANOI ~ 1.20mns flight 

Day 9 HANOI; city highlights  

Enjoy a full day tour of Hanoi. Your guide will be happy to personalise your programme, however we would recommend sites such as Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum, One Pillar Pagoda and a stroll around Hoan Kiem Lake. For many the Temple of Literature is a highlight worth lingering over. Built in 1070, this complex of atmospheric halls, pavilions and courtyards is dedicated to Confucius and scholars. Of special note are the 82 remaining steles of stone shaped like turtles which are elaborately carved with the names of candidates that sat the Royal examinations. A walking tour through the Old Quarter will provide another fascinating insight into the character and history of the city, before moving on to Dong Xuan Market with its bustling stalls and brisk trading of day-to-day local goods.
After lunch, consider visiting the very popular Ethnology Museum or the central Hoa Lo Prison, nicknamed the Hanoi Hilton by American POW's during the war. Alternatively your guide will be happy to discuss alternative places of interest that you may wish to consider.

In the evening we recommend staying in and around the Old Quarter where there is a large selection of excellent restaurants and cafes to choose from. There is also the amazing 'street-food' such as Pho to be found on every corner!

Ha Noi
Ha Noi
Breakfast, Lunch

Day 10 HANOI, HALONG 

After an early breakfast it’s a three hour drive from the city to Halong Bay, passing through a number of typical North Vietnamese towns and villages. Upon arrival you will be welcomed aboard your traditional junk; the same style that have sailed the bay for 100’s of years.
A natural wonder of the world and one of Vietnam’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the creation of Halong Bay is shrouded in myth. Local legend tells us how the gods sent a family of dragons to defend the country from the invading Chinese. The dragons spat out gemstones that turned into islands, linking together to create a wall against the enemy. The truth is almost as evocative as the legend and upon setting out into the bay you are met by one of the most beguiling natural scenes you will ever witness. 
Lunch is served as you depart port. You will soon leave the mainland far behind, navigating amongst the jagged limestone islands and karsts emerging from the emerald waters. Whilst some islands are no more than large rocks others are far more substantial in size. 
During your cruise there will be opportunities to disembark, often using smaller boats, or possibly kayaks, to venture into hidden grottos and caves. You will also make stops to explore points of interest such as floating fishing villages and picturesque lookout points.

Ha Noi Ha Long
Ha Long
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
HANOI -> HALONG ~ 3.5-hour driving 

Day 11 Living on the bay 

After breakfast, transfer to your day – trip boat with private crew and cruise to the bay’s most untouched areas. Enjoy swimming on quiet beaches, visiting water tunnels, fishing villages or kayaking. Lunch served on board by your private chef. Return to the mother boat for the night.

Ha Long
Ha Long
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 12 HALONG, HANOI, LUANG PRABANG  

In the early morning many of the islands are alive with the sound of various sea birds nesting in the thick green vegetation that engulf the limestone karsts. Early risers may wish to start the day with a Tai Chi class on the top deck as the sun rises over the bay. Enjoy brunch on board whilst your junk slowly turns back in the direction of the mainland, passing points of interest such as Sung Sot Cave. ……Arrive back in port in the late morning. Disembark and transfer to Hanoi for our flight heading to Luang Prabang.  

Luang Prabang, the ‘Jewel of Indochina’, is a UNESCO designated World Heritage Site and regularly voted as one of Asia's premier travel destinations. The ancient royal city is surrounded by mountains and is situated at a junction of the Mekong and Khan Rivers.

Ha Long Ha Noi Luang Prabang (Laos)
Luang Prabang
Breakfast
HANOI -> LUANG PRABANG ~ an-hour flight 

Day 13 LUANG PRABANG; walking tour, Monk school 

An option for early-risers is to rise before dawn to witness tak bat, or the giving of alms, to the lines of orange-robed monks leaving their pagodas to receive offerings of food from the residents of Luang Prabang. It’s an iconic sight and for many one of the highlights of their stay in Luang Prabang, and can be arranged on any early morning during your stay.

Your city circuit begins after breakfast at the former Royal Palace, now the National Museum, which gives a good overview of the local history. The next section of the tour takes in some of the city’s temples, beginning with Wat Mai, a temple renowned for its golden bas-reliefs, before continuing on to Wat Xieng Thong, perhaps the most photographed temple in Luang Prabang, and the unique Wat Visoun, known as ‘The Water Melon Stupa’ due to its shape. Your last visit of the morning is the excellent Arts and Ethnology Centre which will give you further insight into the ethnic mix and culture of Laos.

In the afternoon visit the weaving and textile villages of Ban Xangkhong and Ban Xienglek before returning to town to visit a monk school. After some time chatting with the novice monks finish the day by climbing Mount Phousi, to enjoy the stunning views across Luang Prabang and the Mekong River as the sun sets.

Luang Prabang (Laos)
Luang Prabang
Breakfast, Lunch

Day 14 LUANG PRABANG; day free 

Day free to stroll the town on your own.

Luang Prabang (Laos)
Luang Prabang
Breakfast

Day 15 LUANG PRABANG, SIEMREAP  

Morning transfer to Luang Prabang Airport for your flight to Siem Reap. Upon arrival you will be met by your guide, who will transfer you to your hotel. The remainder of your day is at leisure.

Siem Reap is the base for exploring the fabled temples of Angkor, the ancient capital of the Khmer empire. Over 100 temples are spread over a vast area and the site easily lives up to its status as one of the seven wonders of the forgotten world.

Luang Prabang (Laos) Siem Reap (Cambodia)
Siem Reap
Breakfast
LUANG PRABANG -> SIEMREAP ~ an hour & half flight 

Day 16 SIEMREAP; Angkor Temples  with “tuk tuk”

Having met with your guide, you will be able to discuss in detail what you are looking to achieve from your time at the temples. Whilst some wish to explore as many temples as they can during their stay, others like to travel at a slower, more relaxed pace. 

Temples in focus in a day
Angkor Wat – certainly the most famous of all the Angkor temples and, some would argue the most impressive. The temple, built in the early 12th century by King Suryavarman II contains three storeys of libraries, galleries and towers surrounded by a thick retaining wall and an imposing moat. Many visitors aim to visit the temple at sunrise to capture one of the most iconic Angkor photos. 
Ta Prohm - a temple left in much the same condition as when it was found - creating one of the most photogenic and atmospheric temples of the entire Angkor site. The tree roots of enormous fig trees and gigantic creepers can be seen breaking through the walls and stone carvings. Any visit is truly an adventure. 
The Bayon - built in the 13th century as the state temple of King Jayavarman VII, standing at the centre of his capital - Angkor Thom. The Bayon’s most distinctive feature is the multitude of huge faces carved into large towers which rise up to form the central peak. The Bayon sits at the exact centre of Angkor Thom and roads lead to it from each of the city's cardinal points. 
Banteay Srei - one of the most unusual and widely recognisable temples of Angkor. Built largely of red sandstone, it is covered with elaborate and deeply carved decoration. All the buildings are miniature in scale and it is this, along with the beautiful carvings, that have made it such a popular temple.

Siem Reap (Cambodia)
Siem Reap
Breakfast, Lunch

Day 17 SIEMREAP; Village explorer  

Today provides the perfect opportunity to gain a better understanding of Cambodian rural life, along with an insight into traditional Khmer culture; something which few visitors are lucky enough to experience. Departing after breakfast accompanied by your guide, you’ll spend the day travelling through a number of relatively un-touched villages and learning about the day-to-day lives of the local people. This is a world away from Siem Reap, and provides you with the perfect opportunity to get ‘off the beaten track’.
Your first stop is the village of Krabei Real, where there is time to explore the local market and to purchase some supplies for your lunch. Continue on, this time without the benefit of air-conditioning, using a more typical method of transportation for this region. The (almost!) pollution free ox and cart is still widely used throughout Cambodia, and allows you to travel at a gentle, almost hypnotic pace along the narrow, sandy, village roads. Winding your way through the rice fields, you’ll pass houses, schools and pagodas. Many of the families in this area are skilled rattan weavers, using techniques passed down through the generations to create a wide variety of crafts and day-to-day items to sell in the markets of the nearby towns. 
After around an hour, arrive at the home of a local family who have been carefully. Having been welcomed by your hosts, there will be plenty of time to relax and chat with the family as they prepare lunch using the produce selected at the market (with your guide acting as interpreter). If you wish to assist then you are very welcome to do so, and this is also a fantastic opportunity to further your understanding of typical Khmer cuisine. This is likely to be very different from the dishes you may have sampled in the more westerner-orientated restaurants of Siem Reap and Phnom Penh! 
Having enjoyed your lunch, there is plenty of time to relax and explore the village before returning to Siem Reap. En route, stop to visit the workshops of the Artisans d’Angkor, and explore Siem Reap’s market before arriving back at your hotel. The remainder of your day is at leisure. 

Siem Reap (Cambodia)
Siem Reap
Breakfast, Lunch

Day 18 SIEMREAP, PHNOMPENH; street food 

Have breakfast and take the transfer to the airport in time for your flight to Phnom Penh. Upon arrival you will be met by your guide and transferred to your hotel.

Phnom Penh was once considered one of the most beautiful cities in the Orient and despite its recent turbulent history it still retains much Colonial charm. Today the city buzzes with energy and an air of opportunity as Cambodia advances into the 21st century.

After checking in to your hotel the remainder of your day is at leisure until 5pm when you will be met by your guide in a tuk-tuk, your transportation for this evening, for a unique and memorable dining experience.

First stop is the Russian Market, where you can try some typical Khmer snacks. Back in the tuk-tuk, head downtown to a spot popular in the evening with locals, where grilled seafood stalls are prevalent. Enjoy some BBQ seafood tasters, being sure to save some room for your final dining destination.
Travelling over the Japanese Bridge your final stop for the evening is a lakeside Khmer restaurant that foreign visitors would rarely discover. As you work your way through a menu of local specialities, a Khmer music band provide some typically local entertainment! With you appetite fully satisfied return to your hotel, again by tuk tuk.

Siem Reap (Cambodia) Phnom Penh
Phnom Penh
Breakfast, Dinner 
PHNOMPENH -> SIEMREAP ~ 45mns flight 

Day 19 PHNOMPENH; city round, “Killing Field” 

Make a morning visit to the Royal Palace, situated on the site of the former citadel and built by King Norodom in 1966, the Palace still serves as the King and Queen's residential quarters. Also within the walls of the Palace is the Silver Pagoda, so called because of five thousand silver tiles that line its exquisite floor. If time permits there is also the option of visiting the National Museum, which houses the worlds leading collection of Khmer art and sculpture, and Wat Phnom the founding site of the city. All are within easy walking distance of each other and are a great introduction to this laid-back city.

Lunch is at Friends the Restaurant a ‘kindness restaurant’ where ex-street children are trained in hospitality and restaurant skills, helping them to break away from life on the streets.

The afternoon is spent learning more about the terrible years through the visits to the infamous Tuol Sleng Museum of Genocidal Crimes and Cheung Ek, better known as the ‘Killing Fields’. It is an incredibly moving experience, but these are two visits you will be glad to have made. During your visit to Cambodia, you will barely meet a single person who didn’t lose a member of their family during these years, yet they are all willing to talk openly about it with you. 

Phnom Penh (Cambodia)
Phnom Penh
Breakfast, Lunch

Day 20 PHNOMPENH, departure 

At your own activities till transfer to the airport for departure flight. 

Phnom Penh (Cambodia)
Breakfast

Rates (per person in USD)

Accommodation 2 pax 3 pax 4 pax 5 pax 6 pax or more
High Season
STANDARD 1,893 1,668 1,541 1,466 1,405
MID-RANGE 2,012 1,788 1,660 1,587 1,524
SUPERIOR 2,251 2,028 1,899 1,825 1,766
Low Season
STANDARD 1,873 1,650 1,521 1,447 1,384
MID-RANGE 1,953 1,731 1,601 1,526 1,463
SUPERIOR 2,184 1,960 1,832 1,757 1,696
HIGH SEASON : MAR – APR & OCT - DEC, 2017
LOW SEASON : MAY - SEP, 2017

ACCOMMODATION SELECTION: 
STANDARD
Saigon : Sunrise Central hotel – Premier Deluxe room - www.sunrisecentralhotel.com 
Hue         : Serene Palace hotel – Junior room – www.serenepalacehotel.com  
Hoian : Vinh Hung Library hotel – Superior room – www.vinhhunglibraryhotel.com 
Hanoi : Hanoi Elegance Ruby hotel – Superior room - www.elegancehospitality.com 
Halong : Huong Hai Junks – Deluxe room – www.huonghaihalong.com 
Luang Prabang : Villa Chitdara – Standard room - www.villachitdara.com 
Siem Reap : Central Boutique Angkor Hotel – Boutique Room - www.centralboutiqueangkorhotel.com 
Phnom Penh : Cardamom Hotel & Apartment – Superior Room- www.cardamomhotel.com 

MID-RANGE
Saigon : Silverland Central hotel – Deluxe – www.silverlandhotels.com 
Hue         : Romance hotel – Deluxe – www.romancehotel.com.vn  
Hoian : Atlas hotel Hoian – Superior city – www.atlashoian.com 
Hanoi : Golden Cyclo hotel – Executive room – www.goldencyclohotel.com     
Halong : Glory Legend Cruises – Deluxe – www.glorylegendcruises.net 
Luang Prabang : My Dream Boutique hotel – Classic room - www.mydreamresort.com 
Siem Reap : Popular Residence Hotel – Deluxe Room - www.popularresidence.com 
Phnom Penh : Villa Sovanna Boutique Hotel – Superior Room - www.villasovanna.com 

SUPERIOR 
Saigon : Paragon Saigon hotel – Premium – www.paragonsaigon.com    
Hue         : Moonlight hotel – Deluxe city -  www.moonlighthue.com 
Hoian : La Resiencia hotel – Junior Suite town view - www.laresidenciahotel.com 
Hanoi : O’Gallery Premier hotel – Deluxe room - www.ogallerypremierhotel.com 
Halong : Pelican cruise – Deluxe room – www.pelicancruise.com 
Luang Prabang : Maison Dalabua – Grand Deluxe - www.maison-dalabua.com 
Siem Reap : Suorkear Boutique & Spa – Deluxe Room - www.suorkearboutique.com 
Phnom Penh : Aquarius Hotel & Urban Resort – Superior Room - www.aquariushotel.asia

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Inclusions
English speaking, local guide 
All accommodation listed in double/twin share with breakfast 
Land transportation by private air-conditioned vehicles 
All admission fees at attractions, temples and activities as mentioned in the itinerary 
Boat trip wherever it has 
All meals listed 
Government tax 

Exclusions
Visas 
International arrival & departure flight ticket and airport tax 
Regional flight: Hanoi/Luang Prabang; Luang Prabang/SiemReap (on request)  
Domestic flight within Vietnam/Cambodia (on request) 
Any meals not listed in the itinerary 
Drinks, other than water on activity days 
Personal expenses (laundry, telephone, drinks, tips…)
Peak-season/public holiday surcharge & compulsory meals to be advised at the time of booking 
Travel insurance  & other services not listed in “inclusive”

Remarks
The itinerary is flexible, depending on arrival or departure flights of passengers 
Ground operator reserved the right to amend or adjust itinerary to match with real situation
The confirmation is subject to the availability at the time of booking 

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