You’ll encounter time-forgotten Khmer ruins half hidden by huge silk-cotton trees in the jungles of Cambodia. Meet local children while strolling through remote coastal villages surrounded by rice paddies. Savor the fresh herbs and pungent spices of Indochine cuisine, a delicious punch of rich, complex flavors and delicate aromatics. Connect with local cultures during visits to a Vietnamese school, a night market in Siem Reap, and a floating fishing village hidden among the limestone karsts of Halong Bay. Last, but by no means least, crown your experience with a comprehensive tour of Angkor Wat, the largest religious monument in the world. Enrich your travels with the insider perspectives of Vietnamese and Cambodian guides eager to share the nuances of their cultures.
Victoria Angkor Resort & Spa
This upscale, colonial-style property features tastefully-appointed rooms, beautiful Khmer artwork throughout, and a pool surrounded by peaceful gardens.
Novotel Suvarnabhumi Airport Hotel
Located just a leisurely five-minute walk from the airport via air-conditioned underground walkway, Novotel Suvarnabhumi Airport Hotel is an oasis for travelers passing through Bangkok. This four-star facility offers a spa specializing in seawater and thermal springs treatment programs, five restaurants and bars, a fitness center, and an outdoor swimming pool. In addition, their commitment to sustainable development makes them a commendable choice for your stay in Southeast Asia.
Almanity Hoi An Hotel
This property located in the French colonial quarter of Hoi An beautifully integrates elements of the local surroundings into its neo-colonial architecture. Rooms are spacious and modern with private porches overlooking tropical courtyard gardens. Amenities include a swimming pool, two restaurants, a lively bar, and a full-service spa.
Bhaya Cruise Private Junk
This traditional wooden junk combines oriental style with contemporary design and classic beauty. There are deluxe sleeping cabins, a sundeck, a lounge and bar, plus a wonderful staff who take care of all of your needs. All cabins have panoramic windows and air conditioning.
Hotel De l'Opera
As its name implies, this 5-star hotel exudes French elegance. Totally rebuilt in 2004, the hotel features sumptuous guest rooms, elegant dining, a fitness room with sauna, and a spectacular swimming pool that projects onto an open-air terrace. You may be reluctant to leave this luxury, but when you do, you soon find yourself in the former French Quarter, close to the Opera House, and just a short walk to Hoan Kiem Lake and many other downtown points of interest.
Post-Tour Extension - Bangkok
2 Nights From $498
per person, double occupancy
Today is yours to explore what is perhaps Southeast Asia’s most cosmopolitan city. Perhaps begin with the whitewashed arches and gardens of the Grand Palace, marveling at the 700-year-old, five-and-a-half ton solid gold Buddha in Wat Trimit temple.
This afternoon relax at your luxurious five-star hotel before discovering the unique Thai food Bangkok has to offer.
Another adventurous day awaits you. Wander through the countless stalls of Chatuchak Market or explore the city on a long-tail motor boat, which can be arranged through your hotel. This evening, why not indulge in a Thai massage while overlooking the Chao Phraya River?
This morning take a private transfer from you hotel to the Bangkok Airport in time for your departure flight.
Flight + Tour Combo
|Experienced, friendly and knowledgeable guides. On this tour there will be a Vietnamese Country Walkers guide with you throughout the tour plus local guides in Halong Bay, Hoi An, and Siem Reap.|
|All meals included, except one lunch and one dinner. Local wine and/or beer included with dinner.|
|All accommodations while on tour|
|Transportation from the meeting point to the departure point|
|Entrance fees and special events as noted in the itinerary Destination information (weather, visa requirements, etc.) and other travel assistance available 24/7 provided by One Call International|
|The unbeatable and cumulative experience of the Country Walkers staff|
|Round-trip international airfare (includes airline fuel charges and taxes)|
|Small-group airport and hotel transfers|
|One night at the Hotel de l’Opera, Hanoi and one night at the Novotel Suvarnabhumi Airport Hotel, Bangkok|
|9-day/8-night Vietnam & Cambodia: Trails of Indochina guided walking tour with on-trip inclusions|
Experience your destination like an insider with people who call it home.
Hoang Quoc Hung
Hoang Quoc Hung (known as “Hung”), a native of Vietnam, graduated with a tourism degree from Hanoi Open University, earning high honors during his Sustainable Tourism Training courses, a sector of modern tourism very close to his heart. Hung is as comfortable navigating the busy streets of Hanoi as hiking the jungle trails in Cambodia and loves sharing the diversity of Indochina with Country Walkers guests. When not spending time with his family, he enjoys traveling throughout Asia. Please note that on this particular tour, you will have one full-time Country Walkers Vietnamese guide with you throughout the tour joined by local guides in Hanoi, Halong Bay, Hoi An, and Siem Reap in order to offer the deepest immersion and best local expertise.
A native of Siem Reap, Sith Savy grew up under the banner of war in Cambodia and after finishing school dedicated his time to studying Angkor history, eventually becoming a certified guide. When not sharing his experiences and knowledge with people from all over the world, he enjoys reading spending time with his family. Please note that on this particular tour, your Cambodian guide will only be with you during the Siem Reap portion of the tour.