Vietnam & Cambodia in Depth 2018/19

  • days: 24
  • from $6,995

Flights Included

Types of travel:

Countries Visited:

  • Vietnam
  • Cambodia

Description

Discover the essence of Indochina on an in-depth journey through Vietnam and Cambodia. Uncover the history behind the cities of Hanoi, Hue, Saigon and Phnom Penh, witness the incredible wonders of Halong Bay and Angkor and experience the culture of local minorities in Sapa and Tonle Sap.

Historic Hanoi

From the moment you arrive in the historic Vietnamese city of Hanoi, you’re truly immersed into traditions and culture. See both sides to Vietnamese life, as we explore the bustling city of Hanoi.

Hills of Sapa & Halong Bay

Travel north through scenic rural Vietnam to the hills of Sapa. Meet the people of the Black Hmong hill tribe and the Giay minority in local villages and admire the incredible terraces of rice paddies. Absolutely breathtaking, Halong Bay is a feast for the eyes, dotted with hundreds of rocky islands and outcrops. Sit back and relax, cruising around this natural wonder and sampling some of the freshest local cuisine in the world!

Imperial Hue

Tour the former capital and seat of the Nguyen Dynasty’s emperors, Hue. Discover the imperial tombs of Tu Duc and Khai Dinh and enjoy a cruise along the perfume river to Thien Mu Pagoda.

Traditional Experiences

Hoi An will beguile you with its charm. Wander the quaint streets, visit a traditional home and take an aromatic cooking class. We juxtapose this against the lively city of Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City), the largest in Vietnam. See the historic architecture and immerse yourself in the history of the Vietnam War. Traverse the amazing Cu Chi Tunnels – a base for the Viet Cong, where they remained undiscovered throughout the conflict.  Explore the Mekong Delta by boat, enjoy a sampan cruise through the small canals and visit a floating market.

Captivating Cambodia

Fly to the gateway to the temples of Angkor, Siem Reap. Explore the fortified city of Angkor Thom and of course, incredible UNESCO World Heritage-listed Angkor Wat. Take part in a Khmer cooking class with a local family. Cruise Southeast Asia’s largest freshwater lake – Tonlé Sap, and explore the vibrant floating villages. Tour Cambodia’s capital, Phnom Penh. Visit the poignant killing fields, a stark reminder of the Pol Pot regime, and Tuol Sleng, the notorious Security Prison 21.

Itinerary

Abbreviation: [B,L,D] Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 1. Depart Australia

Day 2. Arrive Hanoi

Welcome to Vietnam and bustling Hanoi! Enjoy the rest of the day at leisure before this evening’s group welcome dinner in the Old Quarter. [D]

Day 3. Hanoi

A full day of sightseeing in Hanoi. Highlights include the beautiful Temple of Literature, the Presidential Palace, Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum and Hoan Kiem Lake. [B]

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Special Experience: A tradition dating back to the 11th century in northern Vietnam, we’ll enjoy an intimate behind-the-scenes look at the history and art behind water puppetry.

Day 4. Hanoi - Sapa

An early start this morning to discover Hanoi as the city awakens. We’ll visit the flower market and the Old Quarter and finish our tour with a Vietnamese breakfast and coffee. 

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Special Experience: Walk along the ‘Rail Tracks of Hanoi’ and explore a rarely seen side of Vietnam’s capital. We meet the locals and see how they have adapted to daily life along the rail tracks, just metres from the trains.

This afternoon we take a scenic journey through some of northern Vietnam’s breathtaking scenery to the hills of Sapa. [B,D]

Day 5. Sapa

We begin the morning just out of town admiring the spectacular views of Mt Fansipan and of rose and chayote plantations. On our way south we’ll stop at Silver Waterfall (one of the most beautiful in Vietnam), Heaven Gate and Tram Ton Pass. We’ll enjoy a short walk with views of Hoang Lien Son Mountain range, and stop at a farm in O Quy Ho to see how produce and medicinal plants are grown. After lunch we’ll descend into the Muong Hoa Valley alongside the largest rice paddy terrace in the Sapa area. In Lao Chai we’ll meet people of the Black Hmong hill tribe, then walk to Ta Van village, home to the Giay minority. [B,L]

Day 6. Sapa - Hanoi

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Special Experience: This morning we travel through more of rural Vietnam to the market of Coc Ly, where we’ll be able to witness several minority groups mingle, trade and barter.

We’ll also enjoy a walk along the tranquil Chay River. This afternoon we return to Hanoi. [B]

Day 7. Hanoi - Halong Bay

Today we travel to breathtaking Halong Bay, through the picturesque farming lands and rice paddies of the Red River Delta. Here we’ll board our overnight cruise. We’ll sail past amazing limestone rock formations, and discover the mysterious Tien Ong Cave, one of the finest caves in Halong Bay featuring stunning stalactite and stalagmite formations.  Relax with a sundowner this evening and enjoy the incredible views as the sun sets. [B,L,D]

Day 8. Halong Bay

This morning you might like to take part in a tai chi lesson on the sundeck or just sit back and relax as we cruise the waters and islets of this UNESCO World Heritage-listed site. After breakfast we’ll be able to discover the Coc Cheo Islet, a great place for kayaking and swimming. This area was famously used as the filming location for the Kong Skull Island movie. Enjoy another beautiful evening on-board. [B,L,D]

Day 9. Halong Bay - Hanoi - Hue

Early this morning we’ll take a trip to Cua Van floating fishing village. After brunch back on-board we’ll disembark and return to Hanoi for our flight to Hue, Vietnam’s former capital and seat of the Nguyen Dynasty’s emperors. [B,Brunch]

Day 10. Hue

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Special Experience: Enjoy a cruise to Thien Mu Pagoda and Thuy Bieu eco-village this morning. We’ll also taste Hue’s traditional cuisine at lunch in a local house.

This afternoon we’ll explore the old imperial city, a vast complex built in the early 19th century. [B,L]

Day 11. Hue - Hoi An

This morning we visit the imperial tombs of emperors Tu Duc and Khai Dinh. In the afternoon we’ll depart for Hoi An via the scenic Hai Van Pass. [B]

Day 12. Hoi An

We begin the day with a walking tour of charming Hoi An. Highlights include the Culture & History Museum, the famous Japanese covered bridge and a historic, UNESCO Heritage-listed house. [B,D]

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Special Experience: Visit the colourful local market before taking a short cruise along the Hoi An River to the secluded Red Bridge Cooking School for an aromatic and informative cooking class (cruise portion subject to prevailing water levels). 

Day 13. Hoi An

The day is at leisure for you to enjoy this picturesque town at your own pace. Hoi An's centre is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site and is free from cars so a lovely area to explore on foot. [B]

Day 14. Hoi An - Saigon

This morning we fly to Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City). In the afternoon we’ll take a walking tour of the bustling metropolis. Highlights include the Notre Dame Cathedral, Central Post Office and Opera House. We’ll also visit the Presidential Palace and the moving War Remnants Museum. [B]

Day 15. Saigon

Today we travel by boat to the fascinating Cu Chi Tunnels for a tour with a veteran guide. This network of tunnels served as a base for the Viet Cong and remained undiscovered during the Vietnam War. [B,L]

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Special Experience: Go off the beaten track to discover Saigon’s a-little-out-of-the-ordinary sights. We’ll visit the peculiar Dan Sinh Market, the Beaux-Arts Museum, Antique Street and the traditional French-style Fanny’s Ice Cream Parlour, Vietnam’s leading ice cream producer.

Day 16. Saigon - Mekong Delta

We make our way to the Mekong Delta to board our traditional-style cruise boat. We’ll observe life along the banks of the delta and hop on and off smaller boats on shore excursions, passing villages and rice paddies. Relax on board this evening with an aperitif as the sun sets. [B,L,D]

Day 17. Mekong Delta - Saigon

This morning we travel to Cai Rang by traditional sampan boat to experience all the action of the floating market - the liveliest market in the Mekong Delta. We’ll also witness rice-paper and coconut candy making. Tonight we’ll enjoy a group dinner back in Saigon. [B,D]

Day 18. Saigon - Siem Reap

Enjoy the morning at leisure before our flight to Siem Reap in Cambodia, gateway to the incredible temples of Angkor. Tonight we’ll travel by tuk tuk to dinner at a local restaurant serving typical Khmer dishes. [B,D]

Day 19. Angkor Excursion

Our day is spent in Angkor, visiting the ancient fortified city of Angkor Thom and the Terraces of the Elephants and the Leper King. We’ll also see the temple of Ta Keo, the amazing ruins of Ta Prohm, the temple of Preah Khan and the Buddhist temples of Banteay Kdei and Banteay Srei, considered the jewels of Khmer art. [B,D]

Day 20. Siem Reap

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Special Experience: Take part in a Khmer cooking class with a local family and learn about their food customs and beliefs. We’ll savour our creations at lunch, overlooking a lily pond.

We’ll then cruise Tonlé Sap, the largest freshwater lake in southeast Asia, to observe life and see the colourful floating villages. [B,L]

Day 21. Siem Reap - Phnom Penh

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Special Experience: An early start to witness breathtaking views of Angkor Wat as the sun rises and creates stunning shadows and reflections.

After breakfast we’ll return and have time to explore before we fly to Phnom Penh this afternoon. [B]

Day 22. Phnom Penh

Today we visit the poignant Killing Fields, a stark reminder of the Pol Pot regime, and the notorious Security Prison 21, Tuol Sleng. The former prison has been turned into a moving museum which stands as a testament to the crimes committed by Pol Pot’s Khmer Rouge. This afternoon we’ll explore the bustling city by cyclo. Highlights include the Royal Palace, Silver Pagoda and National Museum. Tonight we’ll enjoy a group farewell dinner. [B,D]

Day 23. Depart Phnom Penh

Today we begin our journey home. [B]

Day 24. Arrive Australia

Inclusions

Travel

  • Return economy-class flights from Australia to Asia. Taxes included
  • 4 economy-class flights within Asia
  • Airport transfers on the first and last day of tour
  • All touring in air-conditioned vehicles (excluding water based activities and tuk tuk)
  • Tipping Made Easy, $195pp pre-paid

 Accommodation & Meals

  • 18 nights in good quality hotels (4 star)
  • 2 nights on board a traditional Vietnamese cruise boat on Halong Bay
  • 1 night on board a river cruise vessel on the Mekong Delta
  • 21 breakfasts, 1 brunch, 7 lunches and 10 dinners, including group welcome and farewell dinners

Tour Guides

  • English-speaking locally based guides 
  • English-speaking locally based national guide throughout (Vietnam only)
  • English-speaking locally based guide on board the Mekong Cruise

Sightseeing

Hanoi, Halong Bay and the hills of Sapa       

  • Go behind the scenes at a traditional water puppet show in Hanoi.
  • Tour stately Hanoi including the Ho Chi Minh Memorial, Hoan Kiem Lake and the Old Quarter on foot.
  • Discover the city of Hanoi as it awakens, visiting the flower market, old quarter and Hoan Kiem Lake before a Vietnamese breakfast and coffee.
  • Walk the Rail Tracks of Hanoi and explore a rarely seen side of Vietnam's capital city! We meet the locals and see how they have adapted to daily life along the rail tracks.
  • Discover the scenic rice terraces and undulating landscape of Sapa Hills and meet the local hill tribes.
  • Spend 2 nights on a Vietnamese Cruiseboat exploring beautiful Halong Bay. 

Heritage-listed Hoi An and Hue           

  • Explore ancient Vietnam's capital Hue including the vast 19th century Citadel.
  • Travel by boat to Thien Mu Pagoda.
  • Enjoy a scenic cruise to Thuy Bieu Eco-village and learn about their traditional way of life, including lunch with a local family.
  • Spend 3 nights in World Heritage-listed Hoi An and explore the town on foot, including the Japanese Covered Bridge Pagoda, the Culture & History Museum, the Chinese Assembly Hall of Fujien Chinese Community and an old historic house (UNESCO site).
  • Cruise down Hoi An River to the secluded Red Bridge Cooking School and learn how to cook traditional Vietnamese dishes.

Saigon and the lively Mekong Delta       

  • Tour bustling Saigon including the French-style Notre Dame Cathedral, the Central Post Office, Reunification Palace and the very moving War Remnants Museum.
  • Visit the remarkable Cu Chi Tunnel complex north of Saigon, with a veteran. This elaborate 200 kilometre-long tunnel complex was built by the Viet Cong and never discovered during the Vietnam War.
  • Enjoy an "A Little out of the Ordinary" tour of Saigon - a unique look at Saigon visiting the peculiar Dan Sinh Market, Beaux-Arts Museum, Antique Street (Le Cong Kieu), Fanny's Ice Cream Parlour, the trendy boutiques and shops of Ton That Thiep Street.
  • Spend the night on the Mekong River, exploring the tributaries and canals while observing daily life along the banks.
  • Visit the Cai Be Floating markets and walk along the canals and the palm-shaded creek witnessing local houses, green orchards, shipbuilding yards, and the rural and water activities of the Mekong.
  • Cruise to Can Tho and visit the Cai Rang floating market, the biggest floating market in the Mekong Delta.

Captivating Cambodia

  • Spend an incredible day and a half exploring the ruins of Angkor. One of the world's must-see attractions, Angkor Wat was recently named a finalist in an international vote for the new Seven Wonders of the World. 
  • Enjoy a private Khmer cooking class among shaded palm groves and bamboo trees. Learn about food and its role in Cambodian life, as well as their customs, traditional beliefs and superstitions regarding food, herbs and spices.
  • Explore Tonle Sap Lake and cruise past the floating villages.
  • Witness breathtaking views of Angkor Wat at sunrise. A great photo opportunity.
  • Tour the Killing Fields, a chilling reminder of the Khmer Rouge regime.
  • Explore Phnom Penh by rickshaw, including the Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda.

Dates & Prices

Dates & Prices

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03/01/19 26/01/19   $7,195 On Request  
17/01/19 09/02/19   $6,995 On Request  
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Valid From: Melbourne, Brisbane & Perth
Other departure cities: Please contact our office for applicable pricing. Clients ex Adelaide and Sydney will require a night in Singapore at an additional cost, please contact our office for details.
Tips: Total cost includes - Tipping Made Easy, $195pp pre-paid
Taxes: Total cost includes - air taxes, $245pp
Single supplement: from $1,650
  • Day/Date Variations: Due to airline flight schedules day of arrival and day of departure may vary depending on your city of departure
  • Taxes & Fuel Costs: Total cost includes air taxes. Taxes and fuel surcharges change regularly so above levies shown as a guide only
  • T&C: All prices shown are per person based on twin share and include airfares, all taxes and tips. Prices and itineraries correct at current time but are subject to change. Please call for more details. View our full terms & conditions here.

Fitness to Travel

Let's Talk Fitness

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At Bunnik Tours we don’t put specific age limits on our tours, but we also recognise some travellers may find our itineraries challenging.
We have a duty of care to all tour participants and the tour guides, so we do impose a firm policy on the level of fitness required by all our clients to attempt to ensure your safety and the safety of other travellers on our tours.
At Bunnik Tours our goal is for all our travellers to enjoy their tour, not struggle through it! Which is why we want to work with you to ensure you are on the best possible trip for your fitness level. We do reserve the right to refuse bookings if we feel that the requirements of the tour are too demanding.
Bunnik Tours are for independently minded travellers with good levels of mobility.

Our tours include:
1. Generous amounts of free time
2. Lots of walking
3. Local and authentic experiences including various modes of transport and accommodation

In some regions travellers can also expect:
1. Long days of travelling, at times on dirt and gravel roads in Africa
2. Extended periods at high altitude (3,000-4,000 metres) in Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia and Ethiopia
3. Extended periods of walking/hiking through humid forest areas in Rwanda, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Mexico and Costa Rica
4. Limited medical facilities in remote areas

Bunnik Tours travellers are required to at least:
1. Be able to walk 2-3 hours on uneven surfaces
2. Walk up multiple flights of stairs and short, steep hills
3. Stand for 20 minutes without needing to sit down, often in hot/humid climates
4. Carry their own luggage
5. Get on and off various modes of transport without assistance, including small boats

Accommodation

Accommodation

Accommodation listed is subject to change and the list should be used as a guide only. Every effort is made to avoid changes however if a change becomes necessary then accommodation of a similar standard will be used.

Silk Path Hotel, Hanoi

Centrally located near the Old Quarter of Hanoi, the Silk Path Hotel is within walking distance to Hang Da Market, Hoan Kiem Lake and the Temple of Literature. The property offers contemporary guestrooms and modern facilities including a restaurant, terrace café, piano bar and premium bar, as well as a sauna and fitness centre.

Facilities: air-conditioning; free wifi; fridge/minibar; safe deposit box; tea & coffee making facilities

Bhaya Cruise, Halong Bay

Constructed in a classic oriental style incorporating modern conveniences, the beautiful Bhaya Classic boat features between just 15 and 20 cabins, providing an intimate and convivial atmosphere. Guest cabins are tastefully appointed in natural colours and feature panoramic windows, high quality bedding and bathroom amenities, as well as air-conditioning and free wifi. Relax and enjoy a drink on the sundeck, a massage in the spa, squid fishing with the crew, cooking demonstrations and morning tai chi.

Eldora Hotel, Hue

Featuring an indoor swimming pool, a restaurant and a fitness centre, Eldora Hotel is located in the town of Hue, just 500 metres away from the Huong River. Rooms feature stylish decor with elegant furnishings. Guests staying at the Hotel can indulge in a relaxing massage or spa treatment. Other services offered include bicycle rentals and currency exchange services.

Facilities: air-conditioning; free wifi; fridge/minibar; safe deposit box; indoor swimming pool; tea & coffee making facilities

Little Hoi An Boutique Hotel & Spa, Hoi An

Focusing on a harmony of traditional and modern styles, the Little Hoi An Central's guest rooms are elegantly designed and well-appointed with modern facilities and amenities. The property boasts a state-of-the-art relaxation and fitness centre, enormous outdoor swimming pool, private beach, sauna and spa/massage services, as well as a restaurant and pool bar.

Facilities: air-conditioning; free wifi; fridge/minibar; safe deposit box; outdoor swimming pool; tea & coffee making facilities

Paragon Saigon Hotel, Saigon

Located in one of the most desirable areas to stay in in Saigon, the Paragon Saigon Hotel features luxuriously appointed guest rooms combining modern and traditional styles and spectacular city views. The property boasts a fusion restaurant, bar, lobby lounge, spa and a stunning rooftop swimming pool.

Facilities: air-conditioning; free wifi; fridge/minibar; safe deposit box; outdoor swimming pool; tea & coffee making facilities

Le Cochinchine Cruise, Mekong Delta

Designed in a style reminiscent of the traditional sampans which have navigated the Mekong Flows, Le Cochinchine cruises the Mekong Delta while passengers relax in comfort and witness the various landscapes of the Delta and the local daily life along the banks. Enjoy a welcome drink as you board before experiencing a variety of excursions along the way including floating markets, strolls in the countryside and of course, tasting fresh local cuisine on board.

Prince D’Angkor Hotel & Spa, Siem Reap

In the perfect location to explore the legendary Angkor temples, the Prince D’Angkor offers 2 restaurants, a bar, piano lounge and poolside bar. Situated in the heart of downtown Siem Reap, the property is just a 10 minute walk from the main shopping and mall areas.

Facilities: air-conditioning; free wifi; fridge/minibar; safe deposit box; outdoor swimming pool; tea & coffee making facilities

Aquarius Hotel & Urban Resort, Phnom Penh

Located in the heart of Phnom Penh and surrounded by all the famous landmarks, the Aquarius Hotel & Resort provides a calm and serene oasis from the bustling city. The boutique property boasts lavishly decorated and appointed rooms, a glass-walled infinity pool and an open-air sky bar and restaurant overlooking the city.

Facilities: air-conditioning; free wifi; fridge/minibar; safe deposit box; outdoor swimming pool; tea & coffee making facilities

Weather

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Wet Season: March to September

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Wet Season: August to October

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Currency

Currency

Vietnamese Dong

The official currency of Vietnam is the Vietnamese Dong (VND; ₫).

  • 1 Vietnamese Dong = 100 Hào
  • Notes are in denominations of ₫500000, 20000, 10000, 5000, 2000, 1000, 500, 200 and 100
  • Coins are in denominations of ₫5,000, 2,000, 1,000, 500 and 200

Please Note: USD is widely accepted throughout Vietnam. 

Reil

The official currency of Cambodia is the Reil (KHR; symbol ៛).

  • 1 Reil = 10 Kak
  • Notes are in denominations of ៛50, 100, 200, 500, 1000, 2000, 5000, 10000, 20000, 50000 and 100000
  • Coins are in denominations of ៛50, 100, 200 and 500

Please Note: USD is preferred in Cambodia but you may also wish to carry small denominations of Reil (Reil is not allowed to enter or leave the country). Ensure you request your change in the currency you made the purchase with.

Visa Information

Visa Requirements

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Please note, Australian passport holders need to obtain visas for this tour. Please check with your travel agent for further details.

  • Australian passport holders
  • Non-Australian passport holders
    • Please check with your travel agent on visa requirements.

The following government websites are also a handy source of general information.

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Special Experiences!

  • A tradition dating back to the 11th century in northern Vietnam, we’ll enjoy an intimate behind-the-scenes look at the history and art behind water puppetry.
  • Walk along the ‘Rail Tracks of Hanoi’ and meet the locals who have adapted to daily life just metres from the trains.
  • Travel through rural Vietnam to the market of Coc Ly, to witness several minority groups mingle, trade and barter.
  • Enjoy a cruise to Thien Mu Pagoda and Thuy Bieu eco-village in Hue. Then taste Hue’s traditional cuisine at lunch in a local house.
  • Take a short cruise (subject to river levels) along the Hoi An River to the secluded Red Bridge Cooking School.
  • Go off the beaten track to discover some of Saigon’s hidden gems; the peculiar Dan Sinh Market, Beaux-Arts Museum, Antique Street and traditional French-style Fanny’s Ice Cream Parlour.
  • Take part in a Khmer cooking class with a local family, then savour our creations at lunch, overlooking a lily pond.
  • Witness breathtaking views of Angkor Wat at sun rise.

Trip Info

Group Size

Min: 4 | Max: 20

Transportation

Coach, plane, cruise boat, longboat, sampan, riverboat & tuk tuk

Tips

Total cost includes - Tipping Made Easy, $195pp pre-paid

Tour Highlights

• Discover the many sides of bustling Hanoi • Cruise breathtaking Halong Bay • Wander the streets of charming Hoi An • Visit the remarkable Cu Chi Tunnels • Spend a night cruising the Mekong River and observing daily life • See the poignant Killing Fields and Security Prison 21 in Phnom Penh • Explore the incredible temple ruins of Angkor

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