In total there are 18 days of travel starting in Ho Chi Min City, the ancient and legendary Saigon. It is three days long enough to know the contrasts and curiosities of the capital of Vietnam: from its labyrinth of tunnels that served as a hiding place during the war to the French colonial architecture still present and its exotic dishes of rich gastronomy … Still in Vietnam Cai Be Sa Dec, with its floating markets, Tan Chau and following to Phnon Penh, Cambodia’s first city to be visited. Here you can go from tuk tuk to the main attractions, be it the central market, National Museum, Royal Palace or have a full tea in the luxurious Raffles, Hotel Le Royal. The next stops will be in Oudong, Kampong Tralach and Kho Chen where anyone who wishes can receive blessing in a Buddhist pagoda. The last stage in Cambodia is Siam Reap where tourists stay for three days to be able to explore with time the Temples of Angkor and much more that the Cambodian capital offers. But style and luxury will also be present at special events such as a gala dinner at an Angkor temple with drinks and dancers Apsara in front of the ruins of a candlelit temple
Laos begins to be visited after flight from Siam Reap to Pakse arriving in Champasak where is the complex of Khmer temples, listed in World Heritage. Other possibilities: pedal to nearby villages or have a Thai massage. In Luang Prabang, the spiritual capital of Laos, three days with visits to the ancient Royal Palace, or the mysterious Pak, cave complex to see hundreds of images of the Buddha. There is still much more to see in Laos: the Kuang Si Waterfalls or know different methods of local weaving or even biking, discover why Luang Prabang has become a paradise for artists.
This trip, from December 18 to January 4, includes a cruise on the luxurious Scenic Spirit, a ship with only suites and butler service, as well as lodging in designated cities with domestic air transportation.