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  • Splendors of the Orient in 21 Days

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  • Explore the wonders of Southeast Asia on an unforgettable tour! Step off the beaten path and discover the many hidden gems waiting for you in Thailand, Vietnam, and Cambodia. Board a traditional boat cruise to explore lakeside villages where life has remained unchanged for generations, or relax on idyllic islands—there’s something for everyone here! Wander through ancient cities with bustling markets and houses holding secrets centuries old; come see how life truly flourishes in the heart of these magical lands.

    Let us unveil the captivating history and culture of majestic royal cities, impressive ancient monuments, dynamic urban centers, and picturesque coastal villages... This itinerary has something to offer anyone looking to authentically experience this region—join us on this skillfully crafted tourist journey that will ensure a unique travel experience!

    Highlights:

    • Authentic encounters with ethnic minorities across the three countries
    • Cruises in Bai Tu Long Bay (more preserved than Halong Bay) and a private Mekong cruise
    • Exploration of several UNESCO World Heritage sites such as the Angkor temples or the ancient royal city of Sukhothai
    • Hiking in the mountains of Northern Thailand
    • Exploration of tropical islands

    Itinerary in brief:Splendors of the Orient in 21 Days

    Day 1: Arrival in Bangkok - Traditional Boat Ride on the Chao Praya
    Day 2: Bangkok - City Tour
    Day 3: Bangkok - Flight to Koh Samui - Free Day on Koh Samui
    Day 4: Koh Samui - Free Day
    Day 5: Koh Samui - Mu Ko Ang Thong National Park
    Day 6: Koh Samui - Flight to Bangkok - Train to Ayutthaya
    Day 7: Ayutthaya - Sukhothai - Phitsanulok
    Day 8: Phitsanulok - Lampang - Chiang Rai
    Day 9: Chiang Rai - Doi Tung - Mae Sai - Golden Triangle - Chiang Rai
    Day 10: Chiang Rai - Doi Mae Salong - Mae Kok - Chiang Mai
    Day 11: Chiang Mai - Doi Inthanon National Park - Flight to Hanoi
    Day 12: Chiang Mai - Flight to Hanoi - Exploration of Hanoi
    Day 13: Hanoi - Discovery of the Millennium Capital
    Day 14: Hanoi - Halong - Bai Tu Long Bay / Cruise & Overnight on Junk
    Day 15: Halong - Hanoi - Flight to Can Tho
    Day 16: Can Tho - Sa Dec
    Day 17: Sa Dec - Cai Be - Saigon
    Day 18: Saigon - Sightseeing Day - Flight to Siem Reap
    Day 19: Siem Reap - Angkor Temple Tour by Tuk Tuk
    Day 20: Siem Reap - Angkor Temple Tour by Tuk Tuk
    Day 21: Siem Reap - Tonlé Sap - Departure Flight from Siem Reap

    • Ability to change the duration and direction of the program
    • Possibility of an extension in Laos 

    Notes:

    For an in-depth visit to Southeast Asia, we’ve combined a single trip to three of the region's most iconic countries, given their remarkable cultures, delectable cuisines, and breathtaking landscapes. Thanks to our carefully crafted program, considering the long distances between destinations, you can travel comfortably without compromising your budget or visiting time. We prioritize air travel to connect all the stops on this three-week circuit for an optimal travel experience—allowing you more opportunities to relish the sights and engage with local life!

    + Prices & services are subject to change based on availability upon reservation
    + Accommodation can be amended or exchanged amongst options to fit your needs
    + We specialize in “tailor-made” tours for groups of two or more. We carefully inspect each step of your journey from the accommodation to the perfect guide to suit your needs
    + The itinerary is open to modification to fit your personal travel needs
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  • Day 1: Arrival in Bangkok – Traditional Boat Ride on the Chao Phraya River

    Get ready to discover all the excitement Bangkok has to offer! Upon landing at the airport, you'll be greeted by the friendly driver from Tonkin Voyage who will take you to your hotel. Settle in (rooms available from 2 PM) and grab a bite before heading out under the afternoon sun along the city's waterways and canals—the perfect way to get up close and personal with the capital of the kingdom!

    Enjoy an unforgettable boat ride on the Chao Phraya River in Bangkok! As you cruise, witness the incredible contrast between the city’s modern opulence and its quaint charm. From the towering skyscrapers of Silom to the historic homes of Rattanakosin, and from the charming stilted wooden houses in China Town to the bustling tourist area of Khao San Road, there's something to marvel at around every corner. Venture further into the numerous khlongs (canals) of Thonburi where you'll see a more traditional and popular side of Thailand, seemingly frozen in time for decades. Truly see the spectacle with your own eyes as you explore Bangkok by water!

    Then, enjoy a delicious Thai meal to wrap up your first day in Thailand before retiring for the night. Tomorrow, Bangkok awaits with a plethora of exciting activities!

    Optional:

    If you arrive early, check into your room right away with our exclusive early check-in offer, including breakfast!

    For an even more memorable experience, consider optional arrangements such as a traditional body massage (1 hour) or attending a thrilling Thai boxing (muay thai) match, a popular passion that captivates crowds, during your first evening in Thailand.

    Please contact us in advance for more details on these options, if interested!

    Overnight in Bangkok

    Included: Private transport, Accommodation, English-speaking guide, Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    Day 2: Bangkok – City Tour

    Start the day with a delicious breakfast at the hotel before setting out to explore Thailand's royal past. The grounds of King Rama I's palace, founded in 1782 and sprawling over 259 hectares, are packed with historical marvels. Discover Wat Phra Keo (Temple of the Emerald Buddha), home to one of Thailand's most famous Buddha statues, standing only 60 cm tall! Next, head to another national treasure—the Wat Pho, also known as the "Temple of the Reclining Buddha." After immersing yourself in the culture, enjoy a free lunch to relax before exploring more captivating attractions!

    Then, wander through one of Bangkok’s oldest neighborhoods—the Chinatown! Stroll through its maze of narrow alleys and soak in its vibrant colors and smells. Dive into history at Wat Traimitir, home to the world’s largest solid gold Buddha statue weighing 5.5 tons! To end your day, enjoy a traditional Thai massage for exquisite relaxation before heading back to your hotel, fresh and ready after a day full of adventures.

    Overnight in Bangkok

    Included: Private transport, Accommodation, English-speaking guide, Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

    Day 3: Bangkok – Flight to Koh Samui – Free Day in Koh Samui

    In the morning, after a hearty breakfast at your hotel, bid farewell to the hustle and bustle of Bangkok! Pack your bags and head off for a tropical island discovery adventure in the beautiful Gulf of Siam, just a short hour's flight away. Enjoy a dream stay in Koh Samui, where crystal clear waters await you upon arrival!

    The driver from Tonkin Voyage will take you directly to your hotel in Chaweng, where paradise awaits. Lounge on white sandy beaches, dive into the crystal clear waters, then relax in one of the many beachside bars or restaurants where you can unwind while admiring the spectacular coastal views!

    Suggested Free Visit:

    Explore the lively nightlife of Chaweng! From beach bars to nightclubs, you'll find all sorts of fun in this festive Thai atmosphere. Cap off your holiday with an exciting evening out.

    Lunch and dinner on your own. Overnight at a hotel in Chaweng

    Included: Private transport, Accommodation, Meals: Breakfast

    Day 4: Koh Samui – Free Day

    Bask in the breathtaking beauty of this sun-drenched tropical paradise! Swim in the warm turquoise waters, lounge on the pristine white sand, and let the sea breezes rejuvenate you. Make today a well-deserved tropical retreat before moving on to new thrilling explorations—enjoy and cherish every moment!

    Suggested Free Visit:

    Visit the magnificent Wat Phra Yai, better known as the Big Buddha of Koh Samui. Located in the northeast of this Thai paradise island, admire a stunning golden statue of Lord Buddha, 12 meters high, with an impressive karma wheel behind his head—an important symbol of Buddhism. Entry is free, so come marvel at this spiritual and majestic spectacle!

    Explore the fascinating fusion of Thai and Chinese cultures at Wat Plai Laem, just a 15-minute walk from the Big Buddha. The ornate statues paying homage to both traditional Buddhist gods and representations of Confucius will surely amaze you!

    Discover the tantalizing flavors and aromas of Koh Samui at the Bangrak market, also located in the north of the island—a lively place with freshly caught fish, delicious fruits and vegetables, and street stalls serving local dishes at affordable prices!

    Dive into the charm of the Fisherman's Village in Bophut! This quaint beach town is a delight to explore, with its relaxed atmosphere. Discover its unique history dating back to the 19th century when Chinese fishermen immigrated here—their families remain rooted in this small seaside village to this day! Admire the weathered wooden shop fronts and stroll through the beautiful rustic streets at sunset... a tranquility like nowhere else!

    Optional:

    Seize the opportunity to enhance your holiday with an exciting getaway! Sail to the serene Koh Phangan, and discover its stunning landscapes during a scooter tour. Just 45 minutes by boat, this rural island will bring you peace and serenity like no other destination.

    Please contact us in advance for more details on this option, if interested!

    Lunch and dinner on your own. Overnight at a hotel in Chaweng

    Included: Private transport, Accommodation, Meals: Breakfast

    Day 5: Koh Samui – Mu Ko Ang Thong National Park

    Enjoy a fabulous day trip to visit the marine park of Mu Ko Ang Thong! Start your journey with breakfast at the hotel, followed by a pickup by your driver who will take you to the pier. From there, sail on the calm waters and take in the captivating views of the tiny islands scattered across this paradisiacal archipelago west of Koh Samui. Enjoy kayaking around secluded coves or snorkeling among the captivating coral reefs before lunch on board; make sure to visit each of the islets during stops along the way for unforgettable memories that will surely last long after you disembark!

    Spend your last evening in paradise exploring the beautiful beaches and bustling streets of Chaweng—the perfect way to end this fantastic stay as your incredible journey continues tomorrow!

    Dinner on your own. Overnight at a hotel in Chaweng

    Included: Private transport, Accommodation, English-speaking guide, Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

    Day 6: Koh Samui - Flight to Bangkok - Train to Ayutthaya

    Wake up and be ready for an exciting adventure! After energizing with breakfast at the hotel, board your return flight to Bangkok, then hop on the train that will take you through the more rustic central regions of Thailand where ancient royal cities await. Discover the magnificent Ayutthaya—an interesting part of Thailand's history that is sure to leave an impression!

    Ayutthaya, the once-glorious former capital of Siam, reigns again in your imagination as you explore its ruins and learn about its remarkable past. This is a city that flourished under the reign of over 35 monarchs in just four hundred years before falling to Burmese armies in 1767. Relax at nearby restaurants where you can enjoy authentic local cuisine while taking in breathtaking views of the city before returning to your hotel for the night after an exciting day full of exploration!

    Lunch and dinner at a local restaurant. Overnight in Ayutthaya.

    Included: Private transfer, Accommodation, English-speaking guide, Entrance fees, Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    Day 7: Ayutthaya - Sukhothai - Phitsanulok

    Start your day beautifully with breakfast at the hotel, before heading out to explore the fascinating Khmer remnants of Lopburi, including Prang Samyod and San Prakan—also known as the Monkey Temple!

    Then, it's time to take a 4-hour car journey with a lunch break en route to Sukhothai. History buffs and culture vultures, welcome! Sukhothai stands proudly as Thailand's first capital. This city thrived from the 12th to the 15th century before finally falling into ruins, though many temples remain within a wall that was reinforced by a moat. Come explore the rich history of Sukhothai and visit its majestic buildings—all UNESCO World Heritage sites! Enjoy the beauty of the site by visiting Wat Phra Si Ratana Mahathat, which houses the "Victorious King," a large golden bronze Buddha sculpture symbolizing Sukhothai's victory over the Khmers!

    Then proceed to Phitsanulok, 58 km away, to settle into your comfortable accommodation and savor delicious local cuisine at dinner, after this memorable day!

    Lunch and dinner at a local restaurant. Accommodation in Phitsanulok.

    Included: Private transfer, Accommodation, English-speaking guide, Entrance fees, Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    Day 8: Phitsanulok - Lampang - Chiang Rai

    Start the day with a hearty breakfast at the hotel before heading to Lampang (2-hour drive), the only city in Thailand to offer an exquisite carriage ride! After lunch at a local restaurant, continue your journey to Chiang Rai (3.5-hour drive) and take time to explore along your way. Be awed by the serene beauty of the Pae Muang Pee canyon or admire from afar the Payao lake—these two experiences are sure to leave lasting impressions.

    Upon arrival in Chiang Rai, settle into our rustic country hotel as you prepare to discover new curiosities! Relax until dinner, which will be served in one of the charming local restaurants, before enjoying your evening at your leisure...

    Lunch and dinner at a local restaurant. Accommodation in Chiang Rai.

    Included: Private transfer, Accommodation, English-speaking guide, Entrance fees, Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    Day 9: Chiang Rai - Doi Tung - Mae Sai - Golden Triangle - Chiang Rai

    Start your day with a delicious breakfast at the hotel, before embarking on an exciting journey to Doi Tung (Flag Peak). As you ascend this winding and steep road, you will discover beautiful villages of the Shan, Akha, and Lahu people. You'll reach the Mae Fah Luang Botanical Garden—perched at 950 meters high and spanning 4 hectares—one of the most beautiful botanical gardens in Thailand!

    Venture further to Mae Sai, the northernmost outpost of Thailand nestled on the Burmese border—a charming and thriving town, buzzing with hill tribe people living nearby! Have lunch in a picturesque valley restaurant before exploring an authentic Akha village—you'll feel like stepping back in time! The adventure doesn't stop there—continue to the infamous Golden Triangle where three countries (Thailand, Myanmar, and Laos) meet on the mighty Mekong River. As night falls, hurry back to Chiang Rai for a well-deserved rest after this whirlwind excursion.

    Approximately 170 kilometers traveled.

    Lunch and dinner at a local restaurant. Accommodation in Chiang Rai.

    Included: Private transfer, Accommodation, English-speaking guide, Entrance fees, Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    Day 10: Chiang Rai - Doi Mae Salong - Mae Kok - Chiang Mai

    Start your day with a delectable breakfast at the hotel before embarking on an outdoor adventure to explore the north of Thailand. Your excursion will take you through the lush tea plantations of Doi Mae Salong and into a traditional ethnic village for sightseeing. Next, board a motorboat that meanders down the Mae Kok river and takes you directly to a Karen village, where you can stroll and soak in the scenery. Lunch is included as part of this incredible excursion! Finally, head west towards Chiang Mai—nicknamed "the rose of the North." Once settled, enjoy dinner in the heart of its old town, then peacefully retire to your comfortable accommodation after what will undoubtedly be an incredible day.

    Approximately 250 kilometers traveled.

    Accommodation in Chiang Mai.

    Included: Private transfer, Accommodation, English-speaking guide, Entrance fees, Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    Day 11: Chiang Mai - Doi Inthanon National Park - Flight to Hanoi

    Start your day with a nourishing breakfast at the hotel. Then, join us to explore Doi Inthanon National Park, Thailand's highest peak offering stunning views from its 2,590 meters of altitude!

    Hike the forest trails along picturesque waterfalls and mingle with the locals in secluded ethnic villages—let our seasoned mountain guide lead you every step of the way, it will be an incredible adventure you won't soon forget! When hunger strikes for lunch, there will be plenty to feast on before returning to Chiang Mai in the late afternoon where comfortable accommodation awaits after such an active day.

    Approximately 150 kilometers traveled.

    Accommodation in Chiang Mai.

    Included: Private transfer, Accommodation, English-speaking guide, Entrance fees, Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    Day 12: Chiang Mai - Flight to Hanoi - Discovering Hanoi

    With unforgettable memories in your heart, it's time to bid farewell to Thailand and fly over the mountains to Hanoi, the ancient capital of Vietnam. Here your incredible journey continues! Expect more intense moments as you explore new wonders!

    Get ready for the thrill and excitement of Hanoi! Upon arrival at the airport, you will be welcomed by the friendly driver from Tonkin Voyage who will take care of your transfer to your hotel. Then enjoy some free time for lunch and to get accustomed to the local lifestyle. End your first day in Vietnam with dinner in the old quarter before getting some rest because Hanoi awaits you!

    Suggested Free Visit:

    Discover the unique charm of Hanoi by walking around Hoan Kiem Lake, the beating heart of the city, then strolling through the picturesque streets of its famous old-quarter.

    Optional:

    If you want an even more memorable experience, why not take advantage of optional arrangements such as a traditional body massage (1 hour) or one of our guided city tours in a cyclo-pousse right from the first day?

    Please contact us in advance for more details on these options, if interested!

    Lunch on your own. Overnight at a hotel in Hanoi.

    Included: Private transport, Accommodation, Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

    Day 13: Hanoi/Exploration of the Ancient Capital

    Wake up under the beautiful morning Vietnamese sun and start your day with a delicious breakfast at the hotel.

    Begin your exploration by visiting West Lake to discover some of Hanoi's magnificent temples. Visit Tran Quoc Pagoda, one of the city's oldest religious sites, and the Quan Thanh Temple where you can learn more about Taoism. Later in the morning, explore the remarkable Ethnography Museum of Hanoi! This amazing attraction offers a deep dive into the culture of Vietnam's fifty different ethnicities by showcasing their remarkable design objects. With informative panels explaining each exhibit, you will surely be captivated by the variety of its cultural artifacts.

    In the afternoon, delve into Vietnam's fascinating history with a visit to the Temple of Literature or Confucius Temple—an inspiring monument that recalls the antiquity of Vietnamese culture. Enjoy one of the rare imperial era buildings still meticulously preserved! Then, walk along Phung Hung Street where you'll be impressed by the 17 stone arches of the viaduct adorned with unusual frescoes depicting ancient and modern urban landscapes of the city—all while being rocked by the passing of the reunification train.

    End your day in the beautiful city of Hanoi with an exciting excursion! The first stop is Dong Xuan Market—a vibrant activity hub where people gather and exchange goods from all over the country. From there, you head to Long Bien Bridge (Paul Doumer Bridge)—an iconic reminder of French colonialism that offers stunning views over the Red River, with its incessant flow of bicycles, scooters, buses, and trains with improbable loads! As the sun sets over Hanoi, return safely to your hotel for a well-deserved rest after this intense day…

    Meals on your own. Overnight at a hotel in Hanoi.

    Included: Private transport, Accommodation, English-speaking guide, Entrance fees, Meals: Breakfast

    Day 14: Hanoi - Halong - Bai Tu Long Bay/Cruise & Overnight on a Junk Boat

    Start your morning with a hearty breakfast at the hotel before being picked up at 8:00 AM by your driver for a 3-hour drive (180 km) to the majestic Ha Long Bay.

    Upon arrival, board for an unforgettable 24-hour cruise on our beautiful traditional wooden junk towards the legendary Bai Tu Long Bay. With thousands of limestone islands emerging from turquoise waters, you'll feel transported to another world.

    Once on board, enjoy welcome refreshments served by your crew before being shown to your comfortable cabin. Then recharge with a delicious seafood lunch as the ship begins its voyage. Prepare to discover a breathtaking enchanting landscape!

    Spend your afternoon exploring the stunning Thien Canh Son cave, paddling in the calm waters with a kayak, or sunbathing on an immaculate beach. Return to the boat to relax, then participate in a fun cooking workshop making spring rolls! As your crossing continues and you reach Cong Do before nightfall, join the bar for a relaxing cocktail during the convivial "Happy Hour," and don't miss the fantastic sunset over the bay. You can then satisfy your appetite with a barbecue dinner before spending the evening relaxing as you wish.

    Included: Private transport, Accommodation, English-speaking guide on board, Entrance fees, Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    Day 15: Halong - Hanoi - Flight to Can Tho

    Awaken your senses and start the day right - participate in a revitalizing Tai Chi session on the deck while admiring the grand colors of the sunrise over the bay. Enjoy breakfast onboard as you head towards Vung Vieng, a charming floating village where traditional rowboats will be used to explore its school, fishermen's dwellings, and even venture into one of its limestone caves - an experience that will leave great memories!

    Then indulge in a final sumptuous meal onboard, before it's time to disembark at Hon Gai port and head to Hanoi airport in time for your flight to Can Tho, the gateway to the majestic Mekong Delta, where our driver will be waiting to take you to the hotel upon arrival.

    Dinner on your own. Overnight at a hotel in Can Tho.

    Included: Private transport, Accommodation, Flight Hanoi – Can Tho in economy class, Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

    Day 16: Can Tho – Sa Đéc

    Rise with the sun and enjoy a delicious breakfast at your hotel; then head to the Victoria Can Tho Resort pier before 10 AM. You'll be welcomed aboard a private sampan: your charming cruise boat the Song Xanh, where refreshing drinks and cold towels await you! Sail through the bucolic landscapes of the Mekong Delta dotted with small rural villages, while watching the locals go about their daily activities, as you enjoy a delightful service of tea and an array of seasonal fruits from local markets.

    Experience the generosity of Vietnam's lush countryside as you drift along the shores of the Hau River, one of the vast branches of the mighty Mekong, serving as a backdrop at lunchtime served on board.

    Then take picturesque boats to explore tranquil hamlets, away from civilization. Take a journey back in time with dinner in the historic house of "The Lover" - straight out of the famous novel and film by Marguerite Duras! Then retire for the evening aboard the Song Xanh on the calm waters of the Tien River, under a starry sky.

    Overnight on board the Song Xanh.

    Included: Private transport, Accommodation, private cruise, Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    Day 17: Sa Đéc - Cai Be - Saigon

    Start your day at sunrise, when lively villages and children preparing for school fill the air with energy! After a delicious breakfast on board, explore a Cao Dai temple before disembarking to discover small artisanal factories in Cai Be. Taste delicious local treats made from freshly harvested delta produce, such as puffed rice and coconut candies - you won't regret it!

    Our cruise ends beautifully at the superb restaurant Le Longanier. You will discover an authentic Indochinese atmosphere as we enjoy a delicious lunch surrounded by lush fruit plantations and tropical gardens in this elegant riverside colonial villa. Then, say goodbye to the rustic charm as you meet your driver for the transfer to Saigon - the vibrant metropolis that never sleeps! Relax upon arrival at the hotel before taking some time at the end of the day to explore all that this bustling city has to offer!

    Dinner on your own. Overnight at a hotel in Saigon.

    Included: Private transport, Accommodation, private cruise, Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

    Day 18: Saigon – City Tour – Flight to Siem Reap

    Start the day with breakfast at 8:30 AM before heading out for an exciting walking tour of the most important historical sites in Ho Chi Minh City. Our guide will introduce you to one of the country's most iconic colonial-era buildings - the old Saigon Post Office, designed by Gustave Eiffel himself, today recognized as one of the city's greatest architectural treasures!

    Then visit the amazing Notre Dame Cathedral and see for yourself one of the best-preserved colonial masterpieces! Constructed over 6 years from 1877 to 1883, each stone used in its construction was directly imported from France. Further along, stroll down Dong Khoi Street - formerly known as Catinat, popular among the French. You will find both traditional Vietnamese souvenirs, such as handmade crafts or propaganda posters, and signs of luxury shops from around the world. Appreciate the decor of these old colonial houses while enjoying the refined cuisine of classic restaurants that dot this iconic street! A must-visit for locals and tourists alike.

    In the late afternoon, explore the unique wonders of Cholon - a bustling Chinese quarter full of life and adventure. Admire the ancient splendor of Thien Hau Pagoda before discovering hidden treasures at the lively Binh Tay Market where you can find everything you could imagine in a joyously chaotic atmosphere of hustle and bustle!

    As twilight casts its last glows, your Vietnamese adventure comes to an end, and you set off to explore the ancient beauty of Cambodia. Board your flight to Siem Reap, home to the famous Angkor temples - get ready to explore even more wonders!

    Overnight at a hotel in Siem Reap.

    Included: Private transport, Accommodation, English-speaking guide, Flight HCMC – Siem Reap in economy class, Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

    Day 19: Siem Reap – Angkor Temple Tour by Tuk Tuk

    Step back in time for an unforgettable journey to the mysterious city of Angkor, where you will explore the remains of the long-lost powerful Khmer empire!

    Begin your morning with a delicious breakfast at the hotel, then take an exciting tuk-tuk ride through the city to discover one of humanity’s most remarkable achievements: Angkor Wat. This 12th-century world heritage site stands in honor of the Hindu deity Vishnu. You will marvel at its magnificent towers, intricate bas-reliefs, and unique architecture. Admire this impressive monument for yourself!

    In the afternoon, embark on a fabulous tuk-tuk journey through the ancient landscape of Angkor Thom - an ancient city filled with architectural wonders! You will pass through prodigious temples such as the 12th and 13th-century Bayon dedicated to Buddhism - which houses 216 faces of Avalokitesvara carved directly onto its 54 massive stone columns; the 11th-century Baphuon which draws its influence from Brahmanism; the 350-meter-long Terrace of the Elephants, where royal audiences once gathered in magnificence. Other highlights include the hypnotic figures of apsaras carved at the Terrace of the Leper King and the three-tiered Phimean Akas pyramid representing Mount Meru. Then relax in the charming alleys of Siemreap, reliving memories of this unforgettable spectacle!

    Lunch, dinner on your own. Overnight at a hotel in Siem Reap.

    Included: Private transport, Accommodation, English-speaking guide, Entrance fees, Meals: Breakfast,

    Day 20: Siem Reap – Angkor Temple Tour by Tuk Tuk

    Enjoy a delicious breakfast at the hotel before setting out to discover Preah Khan, an incredible temple built in 1191 in tribute to Angkor's first Buddhist king. Take time to marvel at its vaulted corridors, sculptures, and precious bas-reliefs covered in lichen while Kapok trees support much of its structure.

    Continue your tour to Neak Pean where you will find the mystical "Entwined Nagas" of Hindu origin. Legends say that these snake-like beings guard the treasures of nature and bring fortune - each one reigning at the center of a large basin adjoining four smaller basins symbolizing the sacred Anavatapta lake located in the distant Himalayas! Finish your morning by two ancient sites: The 12th-century temples of Thommanon and Chau Say Tevoda, which feature refined sculptures of Devatas (guardian deities) adorning resplendent sandstone lintels.

    Spend your afternoon visiting the magnificent Banteay Srei, a 10th-century Hindu temple dedicated to Shiva, affectionately called the "Citadel of Women" for its famous pink sandstone lintels depicting delicate Aspara dancers or scenes from Hindu mythology. After immersing yourself in this magnificent aura of devotion and history, enjoy an evening at your Siem Reap hotel before departing tomorrow for the last expedition of your unforgettable journey!

    Lunch, dinner on your own. Overnight at a hotel in Siem Reap.

    Included: Private transport, Accommodation, English-speaking guide, Entrance fees, Meals: Breakfast,

    Day 21: Siem Reap - Tonlé Sap – Return Flight from Siem Reap

    Indulge in a delicious breakfast before being picked up at the hotel by your guide. Take an off-the-beaten-path journey to discover rural Cambodia at its finest! Enjoy an immersive cultural experience as you walk along Tonlé Sap in a traditional floating village, Kompong Khleang, meeting villagers and their traditions as they go about their daily activities in picturesque rice paddies by the flowing waters. Navigate one of the many channels to see floating homes up close, then return to Siem Reap pondering what you have just experienced!

    To close this memorable exploration journey through Southeast Asia, savor a final meal in a picturesque restaurant in Siem Reap. Afterward, it's time to pack up before the driver takes you to the airport. From there, you'll head home with a wealth of warm memories that will stay with you forever!

    Included: Private transport, English-speaking guide, Entrance fees, Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

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