Laos and Cambodia's Angkor Wat
Adventure along the Mekong, from Cambodia into Laos and watch life along the river. Clamber between ancient temples, take a glimpse at the Killing Fields and help out with a rice harvest. Drift into Laos, visiting tiny communities as you sail upstream. In Laos, sleep opposite waterfalls in the rainforest, soak up the spiritual vibe of Luang Prabang and puzzle over the bizarre Plain of Jars.
Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos in three weeks
Fancy combining three great countries in three weeks? This itinerary combines the highlights of Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos for one packed adventure! From sailing on a junk boat on Halong Bay’s lesser known sibling, Bai Tu Long Bay, to marveling at Angkor Wat – you can ticket off three Indochina countries in one epic trip.
Combine all the magic of Indochina
The ultimate Indochina adventure, mixing all four countries over one month. Begin amidst the chaos of Bangkok and end at the jungle ruins of Angkor, sleep aboard a traditional junk boat in the waters of Halong Bay, trek to minority villages tucked between the rice terraces and drift along the Mekong into Cambodia. Finally, ending in Cambodia, where you can top off your trip with a sunrise over Angkor Wat.
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