Southern Vietnam & Cambodia Adventure

17 Days

Immerse yourself in the culture of the local villages in this unforgettable Vietnam and Cambodia experience.

For those wanting an authentic and in-depth experience delving into the heart of southern Vietnam and Cambodia, this adventure has it all. Explore the UNESCO-listed Hoi An Old Town, snorkel and soak up the sun on white sand beaches, cycle through the green countryside, and watch the stunning sunset over Angkor Wat. With the chance to immerse yourself in the deep history and visit local villages, this trip is one truly unforgettable experience.

We spend 17 days exploring Cambodia, Vietnam. We visit Siem Reap, Hoi An, Nha Trang, Dalat, Ho Chi Minh City, Phnom Penh, Kampot, Sihanoukville, Battambang.

Here is your link to download Southern Vietnam & Cambodia Adventure brochure. We have also sent you an email with the link.

Form Request result:

  • =&
  • =&
  • =
  • =

Autopilot Responses:

          
        
          
        

Metadata Values:

         
        autopilotApiUrl: https://api2.autopilothq.com/v1
        autopilotApiKey: 6f911eb947bd4f0f8ec0f0539e74c157
        contentTypeJson: application/json
        autopilotContactListName: contactlist_540A43D1-2748-4A83-BFDC-316EFEF1364E
         
        

What Is Included...

  • Your fantastic Busabout crew

  • 15 nights accommodation 2-3 star hotels and hostels twin share

  • I night overnight train

  • Air-conditioned Private transport

  • 1 Vietnam to Cambodia Public Bus

  • 15 breakfasts, 1 lunch, 1 Dinner

  • Entrance to Po Nagar Cham Towers, Nha Trang

  • Entrance to Linh Phuoc Temple

  • Tonle Sap floating village boat trip

  • Dinner in Battambang

  • Koh Rong Samloem Boat Trip

  • Bike tour of Cambodian Countryside

  • Orientation walks

Departure Dates

Southern Vietnam & Cambodia Adventure Starts at 9:00am at Hoi An, Hoi An

The Tour Ends at 10:00am at , Siem Reap

When We Go

Oops this date is not available

Book Direct and Save!

Save 10% if you buy two or more of qualifying trips together

Check these off your bucket list

Phong Nha Ke Bang
Halong Bay
Angkor Wat

17 Day Itinerary

Day 1: Hoi An to Nha Trang

You have a full day to enjoy ancient Hoi An and her many attractions! We recommend a trip to the pristine local beaches to enjoy a lazy day soaking up the sun and surf, so grab the sunscreen and work on that tan whilst sipping on a fresh coconut and taking in your stunning surroundings. This evening we bid farewell to our portside paradise as we transfer to our overnight train, continuing south along the coast for our morning arrival at the immaculate azure waters of the capital of Khanh Hoa Province, Nha Trang.

Day 2: Nha Trang

We arrive into the idyllic seaside city of Nha Trang early this morning Spend the of the day exploring Nha Trang’s numerous spectacular sights and tourist attractions. Later we head into the night to experience the renowned nightlife in this shimmering Vietnamese metropolis.

Day 3: Nha Trang to Dalat

This morning we say goodbye to the coast and head inland towards the capital of Lam Dong Province with a stop en route at the Po Nagar Cham Towers. We have included entry into this ancient temple dedicated to the goddess of the country, Yan Po Nagar. We arrive in Dalat in the early afternoon and have a short orientation walk, afterwards the day is yours to enjoy but be sure to check out the otherworldly “Crazy House” and its odd, organic architecture.

Day 4: Dalat

Enjoy the city and explore its numerous impressive landmarks at your leisure or join Mr Rot for his optional Secret Tour. Visit numerous attractions including cricket farms, a local market, silkworm farms, coffee plantations, the thundering Elephant falls, local villages, and beautiful scenery. Mr Rot prides himself on providing an authentic Vietnamese experience and as such everything you see will be off the beaten path. We arrive from the Secret Tour in the evening and after grabbing a bite to eat head out for a surreal drinking experience in the eccentric surrounds of 100 Roofs Cafe which has to be seen to be believed.

Day 5: Dalat to Ho Chi Minh City

Today we head to the former capital of South Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City. We have two stops en route, beginning with the resplendent Linh Phuoc Pagoda. Explore the temple’s fascinating decorations made of reclaimed glass and ceramic, and see the giant glass dragon sculpture. Our second stop is for lunch at the 7 Tigers restaurant situated on the banks of an idyllic local river. We arrive in old Saigon in the afternoon and have an orientation walk to highlight the numerous sights of this historic city. After dinner we dance the night away at a nearby Vietnamese club.

Day 6: Ho Chi Minh City

Today we offer an optional excursion to explore the Cu Chi tunnels, located a few hours northwest of old Saigon, the tunnel complex was an important store and hideout for the Viet Cong during the war. In the afternoon we visit the War Remnants Museum, formerly the American War Crimes Museum, to gain vivid insight into the conflict from a local perspective. This evening we shine our shoes and get dressed to the nines as we enjoy our final evening together! We head to a local restaurant, followed off by a trip into the backpacker triangle to put the bow on this epic Asian adventure.

Day 7: Ho Chi Minh City to Phnom Penh

This morning meet with your guide as we catch our transfer to the HCMC bus station. From here we’ll hop on board our local bus and make our way to Phnom Penh, so sit back, relax and get some rest. We make our arrival into Phnom Penh around mid-afternoon where we’ll check into our hotel, and you’ll have the chance to stretch your legs. Have a chat with your guide who can fill you in on what to see and do for the next few days in this dynamic city.

Day 8: Phnom Penh

Spend the day exploring this dynamic city and its rich history. See the magnificence of the towering Independence Monument, visit the Royal Palace complex and stroll through the gardens, or relax in one of the city’s many fine cafes. The capital is overflowing with plenty to see and do but for those looking for a glimpse into the darker history of Cambodia and the Khmer Rouge we offer an optional excursion to visit the infamous S-21 Prison and Killing Fields to gain insight into the brutality of this communist regime. We meet this evening for a refreshing riverside cocktail as we watch the sunset over the city. Hop in a tuk tuk and join us tonight as we venture out into Basaac Lane to experience its quaint hipster bars.

Day 9: Phnom Penh

Meet with your fantastic Busabout guide and fellow passengers and get a feel for the excitement to come. Head out to the Romdeng Restaurant, a Tree Alliance member, for a delicious optional traditional dinner including deep fried tarantula for the brave at heart. Afterwards the night is yours, so head back and get some sleep or join us at a few of our favourite bars to ensure a well lubricated first night's meet and greet.

Day 10: Phnom Penh

Spend the day exploring this dynamic city and its rich history. See the magnificence of the towering Independence Monument, visit the Royal Palace complex and stroll through the gardens, or relax in one of the city’s many fine cafes. The capital is overflowing with plenty to see and do but for those looking for a glimpse into the darker history of Cambodia and the Khmer Rouge we offer an optional excursion to visit the infamous S-21 Prison and Killing Fields to gain insight into the brutality of this communist regime. We meet this evening for a refreshing riverside cocktail as we watch the sunset over the city. Hop in a tuk tuk and join us tonight as we venture out into Basaac Lane to experience its quaint hipster bars.

Day 11: Phnom Penh to Kampot

This morning we say goodbye to the Cambodian capital as we head to the idyllic riverside town of Kampot. We have a stop en route in Kep on the coast of the Gulf of Thailand, here we visit the local fish markets before heading to one of the seafront restaurants to enjoy a world famous Kep crab lunch. We arrive in Kampot shortly after and you have the afternoon to relax or hire a bike, explore the riverside and visit a local Kampot pepper farm. This evening we have an optional sunset cruise on the river to soak up the pristine natural beauty of Cambodia.

Day 12: Kampot to Koh Rong Samloem to Sihanoukville

We make our way west to Sihanoukville via Koh Rong Samloem. After a short drive we take an included boat trip to enjoy a day of relaxation on the overgrown island of Koh Rong Sanloem. Relax on the white sand beaches, go for a refreshing swim, or get active and play a game of beach volleyball. In the late afternoon we head back to the mainland to prepare for a night to remember in the party hotspot of Sihanoukville, in the evening enjoy an optional BBQ dinner with the beach underfoot and the stars overhead. Tonight it’s all about getting lost in Sihanoukville’s vibrant nightlife as you party your way across this resort town’s numerous pubs and clubs.

Day 13: Sihanoukville

Explore this coastal resort paradise in depth or head out to the beach for a day of frolicking in the sun and surf. Today we have an optional excursion to picturesque Otres Beach, so hop aboard a tuk tuk and head out for a day spent relaxing in the coastal waters i, get a massage and swing in a hammock whilst sipping a refreshing cocktail. This is the epitome of island living! Tonight we head out for another epic night awash in the eclectic ambience of Cambodia.

Day 14: Sihanoukville to Battambang

This morning we hop on the coach to take the long road north to Battambang. We have two stops on route beginning in the morning with a visit to a popular roadside shrine to receive the blessings of the local Buddhist monks. After lunch we have our second scheduled stop at Tonle Sap Lake, where we board a boat and head out to visit the floating village and learn more about the unique lifestyle of its inhabitants. This evening marks our arrival on the banks of the Sangkae River and the city of Battambang. Join us for an optional visit to the Battambang Circus and bear witness to the rich Khmer culture through the lens of performance art. Then we visit a student-run restaurant for an included dinner of traditional Khmer food!

Day 15: Battambang to Siem Reap

We continue our journey to the ever popular gateway to the Angkor region, Siem Reap. En route we have a stop at a traditional Khmer roadside BBQ for the adventurous to sample some Cambodian specialties. We arrive in the early afternoon and have an orientation walk after checking in. The night is yours to enjoy so head out to Pub Street and let the party begin.

Day 16: Siem Reap

Breakfast can wait, don’t miss the opportunity to see the sunrise over ancient Angor Wat, chat to your friendly Busabout guide to help arrange a tuk tuk or join us for our optional sunrise excursion to explore this majestic location. See the sunrise over the world’s largest religious monument then head off to visit Bayon temple, the centrepiece of the ancient royal city of the Khmer Empire, Angkor Thom. See the”Tomb Raider” temple and Terrace of the Elephants all from the comfort of an air-conditioned vehicle safe in the care of an expert local guide. Tonight we have an optional cocktail making class to enjoy some of the region’s unique cocktails. Then we hit the vibrant nightlife of Siem Reap for our final night together.

Day 17: Siem Reap

The tour ends after breakfast!


Busabout is a proud part of The Travel Corporation family of brands and a supporter of the Treadright Foundation. Learn more about our commitment to sustainable tourism and our support for the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development 2017
© Copyright 2017 Busabout. All Rights Reserved.