Your journey begins in Vietnam’s capital, Hanoi, followed by an excursion to breathtaking Ha Long Bay for an overnight stay aboard an elegantly appointed ship. A short flight to Siem Reap brings you to the gateway of the ancient Khmer empire where you’ll explore the temples of Angkor Archeological Park. Unleash your inner adventurer as you explore Angkor Wat’s amazing temples, including Banteay Srei, Angkor Thom, the Terrace of the Elephants, the pyramid temple of Bayon, Ta Prohm—the vine-covered “jungle temple”—Angkor Wat and other key sites. Cruise along the Mekong as you are transported back in time to another era, where the rhythms of the countryside move at a slower pace and allow for fascinating glimpses into a traditional way of life. Experience the lively hustle and bustle of open-air and floating markets, offering exotic produce. Conclude your cruise with a two-night stay in Ho Chi Minh City—once known as Saigon and the “Paris of the Orient”—now a bustling economic boom-town that offers a heady mixture of old and new.  On this itinerary, you will enjoy an extensive lineup of included tours along with a large variety of activities so that you can choose how you want to explore. No matter your preference, your days will be full of discovery and wonder.

Countries: Cambodia, Vietnam

7-night cruise on the AmaDara

2 nights Hanoi, 1 night Ha Long Bay, 3 nights Siem Reap pre-cruise and 2 nights Ho Chi Minh City post-cruise




DAY 1 - Hanoi - Hotel check-in

DAY 2 - Hanoi - City tour & rickshaw ride and water puppet


DAY 3 - Hanoi - Motor coach transfer to Ha Long Bay

             Ha Long Bay - Overnight cruise

DAY 4 - Ha Long Bay - Transfer to airport

                                      Flight to Siem Reap

             Siem Reap - Hotel check-in

DAY 5 - Siem Reap - Angkor Thom, Ta Prohm and Banteay

                                  Srei Temples

DAY 6 - Siem Reap - Angkor Wat 

DAY 7 - Prek Kdam - Embarkation

             Koh Chen - Silversmith Village visit

             Prek Kdam - Welcome dinner

DAY 8 - Kampong-Chhnang -Mortorboat excursion to

                                               floating village and markets

             Kampong-Tralach - Oxcart ride

             Oudong - Monastery visit with special Buddhist

                             Blessing. Ship sails to Oknhatey 

DAY 9 - Oknhatey Village - Visit Oknhatey Village and local

                                            school. Ship sails to Phnom


              Phnom Penh - Tuk tuk ride

DAY 10Phnom Penh - Killing Fields and Genocide

                                       Museum or Central Market

                                       Royal Palace and National Museum

Day 11 - Tan Chau - Border crossing from Cambodia to


Day 12 - Tan Chau - Trishaw ride to craftsmen workshop or

                                  local village

Day 13 - Sa Dec - Local boat ride to Sa Dec

                              Visit local market

               Xeo Quyt - Xeo Quyt excursion

               Cai Be - Visit local workshops and historic Kiet

                             Old House

Day 14 - Ho Chi Minh City - Disembarkation (My Tho Port)

                                             Motorcoach transfer to Ho Chi

                                             Minh city and city tour


Day 15 - Ho Chi Minh City - Cu Chi Tunnels

Day 16 - Ho Chi Minh City - Return flight home




✓ Hanoi Hilton

✓ Rickshaw ride

✓ Water puppet show

✓ Ha Long Bay with its dramatic rock formations – overnight

    on a ship

✓ Angkor Archaeological Park, a UNESCO World Heritage

    Site and the former capital of the Khmer empire

✓ Angkor Thom

✓ Ta Prohm, known as the “Kingdom of Trees,” for the way

     in which the temple stones have become intertwined with

     thick forest vegetation over the centuries.

✓ Cambodian/Khmer folk dancers

✓ Angkor Wat – one of the largest religious monuments

    every constructed

​✓ See silver and copper jewelry being made by villagers

    tapping away with small hammers

✓ Floating villages and markets

✓ A Cambodian monastery where you’ll are treated to a

    memorable Buddhist blessing ceremony

✓ Silk weaving

✓ Tuk tuk ride

✓ Ox cart ride

✓ Killing Fields

✓ Silver Pagoda

✓ Rattan mat workshop

✓ Rice paper-making workshop

✓ Cu Chi Tunnels used during the Vietnam War


Darla Logsdon

PH: (309) 824-6834 CT

Mon - Fri  9am - 5pm

Stanford, Illinois


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