Greatest trip to Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand in 25 days

Greatest trip to Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand in 25 days

  • Hanoi
  • Ninh Binh
  • Halong Bay
  • Hoi An
  • Hue
  • Ho Chi Minh
  • Mekong Delta
  • Siem Reap
  • Bangkok
  • Ayutthaya
  • Chiang Mai
  • Phuket
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    This Vietnam, Cambodia, and Thailand tour in 25 days begins in Hanoi, where you'll visit the most notable historical sites and monuments of the country. From there, we continue to Siem Reap to explore its archaeological complex and temples with unique architecture. Next, we fly to Bangkok to immerse ourselves in Thai culture, and finally, we conclude the journey by enjoying the best moments of relaxation in Phuket. This Vietnam, Cambodia, and Thailand tour in 25 days promises a perfect blend of history, culture, and leisure.

    Greatest trip to Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand in 25 days
    What unique experiences await during your trip?
    • Explore the beautiful country of Vietnam with very interesting visits and activities
    • Visit two UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Cambodia
    • Discover the local life of Thai people through visits to the most famous markets Damnoen Saduak and Maeklong
    • Learn to care for and intellect with the friendly elephants in Chiang Mai
    • Enjoy the best relaxing moments in Phuket, one of the most beautiful beaches in Thailand.
    Stages of the journey
    • Hanoi
    • Ninh Binh
    • Halong Bay
    • Hoi An
    • Hue
    • Ho Chi Minh
    • Mekong Delta
    • Siem Reap
    • Bangkok
    • Ayutthaya
    • Chiang Mai
    • Phuket
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    Program description

    Upon landing in Hanoi, the ancient capital steeped in a thousand years of beguiling history, our English-speaking guide from Kampá Tour will give you a warm welcome at the airport,  ensure your smooth transfer to a centrally located hotel, tailoring your day's exploration based on your arrival time. Then, you will unravel the tales of this historic city by visiting its iconic landmarks:

    • King Ly Thai To Square, discovery of the thousand-year-old history of the Vietnamese capital.

    Ly Thai To is the founder of the Ly dynasty (1009-1225). It was he who transferred the capital from Hoa Lu to Hanoi in 1010

    • Lake of the Restored Sword: Uncover the enchanting secrets of the Lake of the Restored Sword, home to the Temple of Mount Jade and the Turtle Islet nestled in the heart of Hanoi.
    • Explore the Hanoi Old Quarter renowned for its Hanoi 36 streets. Wandering around those streets with various crafts, each bearing names reflecting the goods produced and sold there. Don’t forget to stop at Ma May Street, where you can explore an old 'Tube' house—a quintessential example of traditional Hanoi architecture.

    This Old Quarter is located in the heart of Hanoi and is full of old houses, temples, bustling markets, artisan shops, and traditional restaurants. It is an emblematic place that testifies to the history and culture of the Vietnamese capital.

    Following this enriching exploration, savor some free time for personal relaxation.

    This begins your exciting Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand in 25 days with Kampá Tour.

    A day dedicated to exploring Hanoi's most remarkable cultural sites and historical monuments:

    Built 1000 years ago, this Confucian temple served as an institution where royal offspring and sons of mandarins received their education. It also hosted competitions for the country's most talented students, with the winners attaining the status of scholars and senior officials in Vietnamese feudal dynasties.

    • Visit Ba Dinh Square, the location of the former palace of the Indochina governor, the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, and his residence.
    • Explore the Ethnography Museum, home to a vast collection of 25,000 ancient and contemporary artifacts that provide insights into the history of local populations.
    • In the evening, enjoy a water puppet show – a distinctive feature of the Vietnamese culture.

    Colorful wooden puppets are skillfully manipulated by the artists using rods and bamboo shafts underwater. It is a unique and captivating art form unique to the Northern Vietnamese tradition.

    Night in Hanoi.

    Departure for Ninh Binh – the land of limestone karsts, sugarloaf mountains, and rice fields flooded by rivers and lakes throughout the year.

    Arrival in Ninh Xuan, visit to Mua Mountain. Climb a 486-step white stone staircase to the summit of this bell-shaped mountain, which offers a panoramic view of the Tam Coc region.

    A limestone mountain located near the rivers and sugarloaf mountains of Tam Coc. In the past, it was renowned for its dance performances for the kings of the Tran Dynasty (13th-14th century).

    Afterward, transfer to Tam Coc for a bike ride and leisurely exploration of this fabulous region.

    Explore a vast landscape featuring sugarloaf-shaped rock formations, rice paddies, and rivers. Enjoy boat rides on the Ngo Dong River, winding through the sugarloaf peaks, allowing you to fully immerse yourself in the lush surrounding nature.

    We continue with the visit to the Bich Dong Cave, we will visit a pagoda in Bich Dong. Finally, we will visit Hoa Lu – chosen as the ancient capital of Dai Co Viet (ancient name of Vietnam), with the vestiges of the temples of the kings in the dynasty of Dinh and Le.

    Head out on a journey to Halong Bay, often hailed as the most stunning bay in Vietnam and one of the most enchanting landscapes in all of Asia. Step aboard  a traditional junk upon arrival and receive a warm welcome from the crew. Set sail for an unforgettable cruise across the bay, where you'll have the opportunity to explore the northern part of Halong Bay, known as Bai Tu Long:

    We provide shared junks, typically smaller in size with 10 to 12 cabins, suitable for hosting around twenty passengers. Alternatively, you have the choice of selecting a private cruise on a smaller junk, offering one or a few cabins, for a truly unforgettable experience. Don't hesitate to get in touch with us if you're interested in this option.

    • Enjoy the breathtaking beauty of the picturesque islands and islets, each with its unique shapes resembling sails, dogs, roosters, and incense burners.
    • Explore the stunning caves of Halong Bay, including Thien Canh Son, which houses stalagmites and stalactites dating back several thousand years.
    • The cruise then continues to Cap La, where you can embark on a kayaking adventure and take a refreshing swim in the bay's pristine waters, weather permitting

    End of the afternoon, relaxing on the upper deck of the junk.

    Participation in a culinary demonstration on board, preparation of spring rolls or spring rolls.

    Tasty seafood lunch and dinner.

    Free evening for your personal rest and relaxation: card games, night fishing…

    Night on board.

    Wake up at dawn to witness a breathtaking spectacle: the sun's initial rays piercing through the myriad sugarloaf islets of the bay. Join us for a Tai Chi session on the terrace, creating a serene and unforgettable moment.

    Our cruise continues, venturing into the lesser-explored corners of Halong Bay. We'll explore the magnificent caves of Halong Bay, including Thien Canh Son, home to ancient stalagmites and stalactites that have been forming for thousands of years.

    Lunch will be served on the junk before we disembark and return to Hanoi.

    In the evening, we'll take a flight to Danang. Arrival, reception by your English-speaking guide at the airport and transfer to the hotel in Hoi An (30km) to check in.

    Take a leisure. Night in Hoi An.

    We have a full day in one of Vietnam’s most atmospheric and historical town. Once a major port in the Central coast of Vietnam, it inherits the ancient architecture and beguiling riverside setting that offers tourists a throwback to the past. 

    In this day we visit: 

    • Phuc Kien temple: although it’s still referred to as an assembly hall by many, the buildings and grounds have long been used as a temple to worship goddess who protects fishermen and sailors by the descendants of Chinese families in Hoi An. 
    • Phuc Thanh pagoda: the most ancient one of it kind in Hoi An (Since 1454)
    • Japanese bridge: Built in 1593 which connects Chinese and Japanese area in the town. 
    • Old alley and ancient houses which are witnesses of hundred years gone by
    • Shops where colorful silk and lantern can be found. Tourists might me amazed by the speedy service for tailor made clothes. It is rare chance for you to buy clothes which specially made by your size within just 24 hours,...

    And chill out in your free time. 

    Then transfer by road to Hue, the former Vietnamese imperial capital, through the Hai Van Pass (ocean of clouds) and the beautiful Lang Co beach where we will stop to take photos. 
    Upon arrival, transfer to the hotel to check in based on availability. In the afternoon, visit the Imperial Citadel, from where the Nguyen Dynasty ruled between 1802 and 1945, its Royal Museum and the exotic Dong Ba market.
    Return to the hotel and overnight in Hue. 

    Begin a captivating city tour of Hue, the last imperial capital of Vietnam (1802 -1945). Many highlights will be included:

    • Minh Mang Mausoleum, showcasing the legacy of the emperor famed for his extensive offspring.
    • Explore the garden houses of Phu Mong Village, integral to Hue's imperial identity.
    • Depending on the time, there is the possibility of watching the monks' prayer session. We continue with the Royal Tomb of King Tu Duc. Closer to the tomb of King Tu Duc, stop at the village of Thuy Xuan, a traditional incense-making village, where you will have the opportunity to take colorful photos. 
    • Visit the iconic Thien Mu Pagoda or the serene Tu Hieu Pagoda, where the tombs of Nguyen dynasty eunuchs lie.
    • Admire the unique architectural blend of French and Indochina at the Khai Dinh Royal Tomb.

    Following the tour, catch a flight to Ho Chi Minh City.

    Upon arrival, meet your local guide at the airport and transfer to the hotel for your relaxation.

    We start visiting the dynamic Ho Chi Minh City, still called Saigon by many local people, including:

    • You will embark on a half-day city tour, visiting the city's must-see attractions.
    • Your next destination is Saigon Notre Dame Cathedral and the Central Post Office. These landmarks are prime examples of French architecture in the city.
    • Continue your tour with a visit to the War Remnants Museum, which provides insights into the First Indochina War and the Vietnam War. The museum showcases compelling visuals depicting the futility and devastating effects of the conflicts.

    NOTE: The Notre Dame Cathedral is currently undergoing renovations until 2027. You may be taken to visit the surrounding areas, such as the street book.

    Enjoy some free time at your leisure.

    Depart for the Mekong Delta, a unique region that combines both land and water, situated in the southernmost part of Vietnam.

    Upon arrival in Ben Tre, a significant town located in the heart of the northern branches of the river, embark on a boat journey along the waterways to reach Mo Cay, a less-visited rural area celebrated for its coconut trade and the production of various coconut-based products like coconuts, coconut threads, and activated coconut charcoal.

    You'll have the option of a bike ride or a ride on a Xe loi (motorized cycle) through the lush green island, densely adorned with coconut plantations. This route, away from the hustle and bustle of mass tourism, leads you along narrow paths beneath the shade of coconut trees, creating a particularly picturesque landscape. Make stops at local farms to observe the production of sweets and coconut brooms.

    Continue your adventure with a journey in a small rowing boat, meandering through canals lined with water palm trees, providing you with a glimpse into the daily life of the delta's residents. Visit Mr. Van's traditional house and savor local specialties crafted by his wife, including coconut jam, honey tea, and pollen. You'll also have the opportunity to engage with the warm-hearted local population, fostering memorable encounters. 

    Continue on to the city of Can Tho. 

    Breakfast at hotel. At the indicated time, transfer to the airport to take the flight to Siem Reap. Arrival at the airport in Siem Reap, reception by your English-speaking guide and transfer to the hotel to check in according to availability. Free time to go out and explore the city on your own.

    Have a sleep in Siem Reap.

    Day dedicated to the discovery of the mystical temples of Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom, the ancient capital of the Khmer Empire (9th-15th century):

    • The temples of Angkor Wat – dedicated to Vishnu, supreme god of Hinduism, considered the masterpiece of Khmer art and architecture.
    • The temples of Angkor Thom – a 10 km² fortified city that was home to a million inhabitants. Visit the huge statues of the South Gate, the Terrace of the Elephant, the Terrace of the Leper King and the famous Bayon temple composed of 54 giant towers of 216 faces of Avalokitesvara, the most important goddess of Buddhism.

    Return to Siem Reap towards the end of the afternoon.

    Free afternoon, night in hotel.

    After breakfast, visit the majestic small and grand circuit temples:

    • Banteay Srei Temple (Citadel of Women): One of the finest pink sandstone temples, with Apsaras and deities intricately carved in stone.
    • The sacred temples of Takeo, Bantey Kdei and the impressive Taprohm Temple, an abandoned Buddhist monastery covered in trees and their giant snake-shaped roots.

    End of the day, sunset from the temple-mountain of Pre Rup.

    Spend your night in hotel.

    In the morning, excursion to Tonle Sap lake, the largest in Southeast Asia.
    • Stop at the lake village of Kompong Khleang - authentic and untouristy, visit the village with houses on stilts or floating rafts, the market, the pagoda and a primary school with smiling children.
    • Discover the daily life of local fishermen.
    Transfer to the airport to take the flight to Bangkok.

    After breakfast, board a long-tail boat and begin your journey along the Chao Praya River (meaning River of Kings) to visit 3 of the oldest temples in Thailand. Travel via many of the bustling inland canals along the Thonburi coast for a fantastic view of local waterside life.

    • Visit the Royal Barges National Museum, and Wat Arun (the Temple of Dawn), Grand Palace, Thailand's most important landmark, where you will be impressed by the grandeur and majesty of the building and its throne rooms.
    • Admire the mysterious Emerald Buddha, the most revered Buddha image in the country.
    • Visit Wat Pho along the way, the largest and oldest temple in Bangkok, famous for its 45-meter reclining Buddha statue.
    • We will then visit Wat Traimit, which is well-known for the Golden Buddha.

    Return to the hotel to rest for the night in Bangkok.

    Departure in the morning to visit the local market of Samut Songkram before visiting its floating market of Damnoen Saduak (one of the most picturesque in Thailand) with the appearance of a lively spectacle that brings together numerous boats loaded with fruits, vegetables... and all types of merchandise for commercial exchanges.

    Continue to Kanchanaburi, on the banks of the River Kwai. Visit the World War II memorial and the JEATH War Museum which tells the story of the prisoners of war during the construction of the bridge. Free time at the famous River Kwai Bridge, built by Allied prisoners during World War II. In the summer of 1945, it was bombed several times by Allied aircraft, but without suffering major damage.

    At the end, visit the Wang Pho Viaduct.

    Night in hotel.

    Departure to Ayutthaya, the second capital of the kingdom of Siam, located north of Bangkok and at the confluence of the Chao Phraya and Pak Sak rivers. Visit Erawan waterfall.

    Continue to Ayutthaya, the ancient capital of Thailand, known as the "Venice of the East" for being built on the Chao Praya River, whose tributaries surround the ancient capital. The remains of Wat Phra Si, Wat Chai Wattanaram and Wat Yai Chai Mongkol bear witness to the greatness of the Ayutthaya Empire (1350-1767 AD).

    Take your rest in Ayutthaya.

    Breakfast. Return to the airport in Bangkok to take the flight to Chiang Mai.

    Arrival, transfer to the hotel and then spend the night in Chiang Mai.

    We'll spend the day exploring an elephant training camp nestled in the middle of the jungle.

    You'll be transferred to the Elephant Poopoo Paper Farm, an innovative and eco-friendly outdoor museum park that provides insights into the entire process of making paper from elephant dung. During your visit, you'll even have the unique opportunity to try your hand at crafting poopoo paper.

    Following your time at the farm, you'll embark on a leisurely two-hour boat trip along the tranquil Mae Ping River. This scenic journey will allow you to unwind while taking in the serene beauty of the river, passing by many charming traditional teak houses, and enjoying the lush rural landscapes along the way.

    Your day will conclude with an overnight stay in Chiang Mai, leaving you with fond memories of your paper-making adventure and the scenic river excursion.

    Today is dedicated to exploring Chiang Mai, the largest city in northern Thailand. Your itinerary includes visits to some of the most beautiful temples in the 'Rose of the North,' such as Wat Prah Singh, Wat Phan Tao, and Wat Chedi Luang. You'll also take a leisurely walk along charming streets, passing by traditional houses, and then embark on a rickshaw tour. Don't forget to explore the vibrant Warorot Central Market during your morning adventures.

    You can also head to Doi Suthep Hill, where you can immerse yourself in the lush beauty of the forest.

    Free afternoon.     

    Transfer to Chiang Mai airport for a flight to Phuket via Bangkok. Upon arrival, you will be welcomed by the driver and check in at the hotel. You will have free time to rest and enjoy the beach.

    Phuket is a true island paradise with its magnificent, fine sandy beaches stretching over forty kilometers and its warm, crystal-clear waters. Surrounded by wild vegetation, reefs, secluded coves, and lush jungles, this seaside resort hides natural beauties and exceptional sites.

    Overnight stay in Phuket.

    Note: It is possible to replace Phuket with Krabi or Koh Samui according to your preferences!

    Breakfast. Free day to enjoy the beach in Phuket.

    Then take a rest in Phuket.

    Breakfast at hotel. At the indicated time, transfer to the airport to take the international departure flight.

    This marks the end of your 25-day Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand tour! Safe travels and hope you had a wonderful experience.

    Optional activities
    Below are small activities or 'unique and memorable' experiences to add to your itinerary, making your trip more complete and remarkable.
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    Course of Muay Thai - Bangkok
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    Cape Fahn Hotel - private island Koh Samui
    Cape Fahn Hotel promises to offer a sublime vacation for travelers visiting the private island of Koh Samui.
    Koh Samui Well-being and relaxation Add to the itinerary
    Cooking classes in Chiang Mai: Learn to cook Thai specialties
    Cooking classes to master local culinary techniques with a Thai chef. An immersive experience in the gastronomic culture of Northern Thailand.
    Chiang Mai Gastronomy and culture Add to the itinerary
    Cooking classes in Hoi An
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    Halong Bay by seaplane, an extraordinary experience to live
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    This price, calculated based on 4 people staying in standard hotels, could vary depending on:
    • period of travel
    • number of travelers
    • selected services
    This price includes:
    • Accommodation for the entire circuit, in hotels or with locals
    • Travel according to the program by private car
    • English-speaking guide for the visits mentioned in the program
    • All activities mentioned in the program, including entrance fees to tourist sites
    • Economy class domestic flights with airport taxes included
    • Meals mentioned in the program
    • Bottle of water during guided tours (2 x 500ml/traveler/day)
    • Government taxes currently in force (VAT, etc.)
    This price does not include:
    • International flights from your home
    • Visa fees, payable directly at the airport customs (see VISA)
    • Bank fees related to payment
    • Personal insurance
    • Personal beverages during meals: beer, Coca-Cola, fruit juice, etc.
    • Other meals not specified in the program
    • SIM card and mobile plans
    • Tips, personal expenses, and other services not mentioned in the "Our Included Services" section
    Services for this trip
    Your accommodation:
    Cross River Kwai Kanchanaburi
    Ayutthaya Retreat
    De Naga Hôtel
    Asian Ruby Select Hotel
    Your cruise on Halong Bay:
    Cat Ba Sailing Junk Lan Ha Bay
    Cat Ba, Hai Phong
    Cat Ba Sailing Junk Lan Ha Bay
    Dragon Legend
    Dragon Legend
    Garden Bay
    Garden Bay
    Your transport:
    7 seater car
    16 seater car
    Car interior equipment
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    Linh VUONG, 26 years old
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