Vietnam Cambodia Tours

Truly Vietnam & Cambodia

Number of days: 17

Price from: 1,690$

Tour type: Private Tour

Departure: Daily

Start from: Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) or from any other city on request

Highlights: Ho Chi Minh City, Cu Chi Tunnels, Cao Dai Temple, Mekong Delta, Chau Doc, Ha Tien, Kep, Kampot, Phnom Penh, Kampong Thom, Siem Reap, Angkor Wat

This trip will lead you through the lush landscapes and sleek cities of Vietnam and Cambodia, and there’s really no time like the present to experience such an amazing trip. The beauty of both countries has been left relatively untouched by tourists, allowing us to show you the true nature and culture of the two countries.

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    Day 01: Arrive Ho Chi Minh City

    Day 02: Ho Chi Minh City Tour & Street food tour (B)

    Day 03: Full day trip to Cao Dai Great Temple & Cuchi Tunnels (B)

    Day 04: Ho Chi Minh – Mekong Delta - Private Song Xanh sampan Cruise (B/L/D)

    Day 05: Private Song Xanh sampan Cruise (B/L/D)

    Day 06: Song Xanh sampan cruise – Chau DocHa Tien (B)

    Day 07: Ha Tien Tour (B)

    Day 08: Ha Tien – Cross Cambodia border to Kep (B)

    Day 09: Kep (B)

    Day 10: Kep - KampotPhnom Penh (B)

    Day 11: Phnom Penh City Tour (B)

    Day 12: Phnom Penh – Kampong Thom – Homestay (B/L/D)

    Day 13: Kampong Thom – Homestay (B/L/D)

    Day 14: Kamgpong Thom – Siem Reap (B)

    Day 15: Siem Reap – Angkor Tour (B/Dinner with Apsara dance show)

    Day 16: Siem Reap – Angkor Wat (B)

    Day 17: Siem Reap – Departure (B)

    Trip includes:

    - 12 night hotel accommodation with daily breakfast in double/twin share basic

    - 2 nights on the private Song Xanh sampan boat in Mekong Delta or similar

    - 2 nights at homestay

    - Meals as mentioned in the itinerary (B: Breakfast, L: Lunch, D: Dinner)

    - Private tours and excursions as per program

    - Transportation by private vehicle with A/C

    - Boat trips as mentioned in the program

    - Local English speaking tour guide for all the days

    - All entrance fees and permits where applicable

    - Bottled water in car

    Trip excludes:

    - Meals that not mentioned in the program

    - Travel insurance

    - Vietnam visa & Cambodia visa

    - International flight and departure tax

    - Tipping, drinks and other personal expenses 


    It was and is a dream trip. We've enjoyed so much the stay,the people, the sites and the way it was propused to us by Mr Do Há from Private Asia Tours.

    We went in a private tour (15 days) and despite the first guide we had in Saigon (3 days) an horrendos, uninteresting, not made for tourism female guide) the other guides we're, in their own way and characteristics, PERFECT.
    The guide we had in our way up on the Mekong (2 days) was the best. an interesting young and perfect guide. Thank you Tinh Kiet Khuu for being like you are.
    Them we had three order really nice guides. In Vietname (2 Days), South of Camboja and Phon Phenn (4 days) and Siem Reap (3 days).
    It was a memorable time.
    We want to go back and visit the North of Vietname and Laos and for sure I will contact Mr Do Ha and Private Asia Tours as we we're totally satisfied.
    Thank you one more time

  • Day 01: Arrive Ho Chi Minh City

    On your arrival in Ho Chi Minh City, you are welcomed by our guide at the airport and take our private transfer to the hotel in the city center. Leisure time to rest. Overnight in Ho Chi Minh.

    Day 02: AM: City Tour & Street Food Tour (B)
    Morning, take a half day city tour of Ho Chi Minh to visit War Museum, Jade Emperor Pagoda, Notre Dame Cathedral, Central Post Office and Ben Thanh Market.
    Afternoon, free at leisure. 
    Early evening, our guide will take you out of the tourist areas and into the real Saigon where you will eat and enjoy the local foods as the local people do.
    To make it easier, we don’t include the foods and drinks in this tour and you can pay for the foods you pick and enjoy it as much as possible.
    After the street food tour, our guide will take you back to the hotel.  Overnight in Ho Chi Minh.

    Day 03: Full day trip to Cao Dai Great Temple & Cuchi Tunnels (B)
    Cao Daism is a mixture of Buddhism, Christianity, Taoism and Confucianism. In this religious, Buddha and the Christian God are believed to both exist as deities, but Cao Dai is the third, highest deity. First found by Ngo Van Chieu in 1923, by 1930 there were half a million followers and over 2 million now. 

    In the morning, we are drive forward Tay Ninh, to see the ornate temple of Cao Dai and attend the fantastic mid-day service when the followers fill the hall wearing colored robes, a symbol of the curious combination of the Confucianism, Taoism and Buddhism.

    After lunch time, we drive back, with stop to visit Cu Chi Tunnels. The Cu Chi Tunnel system had been created long time back, from 1948 to assist Viet Minh in the combat with French. And it was continuing built over 25 years later. It was an underground city with living areas, kitchens, storage, weapons factories, field hospitals, command centers. In places, it was housed up to 10,000 people who virtually lived underground for years.... getting married, giving birth. During the American War the entire area of Cu Chi was designated a free fire zone and was heavily bombarded. From 1988, two sections of tunnels have been open for visitors. Return to the city in late afternoon. Overnight in Ho Chi Minh.

    Day 04: Ho Chi Minh – Mekong Delta - Private Song Xanh sampan Cruise (B/L/D)
    Morning pick up you at 7:30 am transfer to Cai Be in the Mekong Delta where you will embank the Song Xanh Sampan, the excursion starts from Cai Be town pier at around 10.00 am. You will be welcomed with fresh cotton towels. After your installation, the cruise will begin with the visit of Cai Be colorful floating market cruising among local barges full of fruits and vegetables. Visits will be made at an ancient mandarin house dating from 1890 where you will we welcomed by the owner. Another stop at some local home factories will allow you to observe how rice paste, coconut candies and other specialties are traditionally made. We will proceed to Phu An hamlet, an untouched beautiful area reflecting some of the best sights the Mekong Delta can offer. A delicious lunch will await you. After lunch, your sampan will proceed to Sa Dec via Vinh Long, cruising by Dong Phu and An Binh islets famous for their fruit orchards. These evergreen islands among the Mekong River bring about large networks of meandering rivers, criss-crossed with countless arroyos, and remaining unknown to many people. Crossing the large Co Chien River we will pass under the spectacular My Thuan Bridge. On the banks, some dark smokes in the sky will lead us to one of the largest artisanal bricks and tiles factory where you will have an interesting visit. Further, Sa Dec town will appear like a little “Venice” with numerous narrow canals…You will disembark for a guided visit of this charming and peaceful town, walking along its narrow streets where beautiful French old houses and Chinese temples dating from the last century are numerous… You will visit the local market and the Trung Vuong primary school where well known writer Marguerite Duras spent her childhood (see her famous novel turned into the movie “The Lover”). Back on board your sampan, you will enjoy a romantic dinner served on the deck during the sunset. First night on the boat on the Mekong river…

    Day 05: Private Song Xanh sampan Cruise (B/L/D)
    The breakfast will be served on board at 07am.Your Sampan will slowly leave Sa Dec and proceed the cruise upstream the river to Long Xuyen, a peaceful provincial town located on the Mekong’s banks. We will pass by several luxuriant islands, crossing countless sampan boats carrying sand, rice, fruits and vegetables, fishes, showing an intense activity on the river. Approaching Long Xuyen, your lunch will be served on board. Later, you will have a quick tour of Long Xuyen typical center before cruising further to “Cu Lao Ong Ho” (The Tiger Island) for a visit at Ton Duc Thang museum, second president of Vietnam…We will proceed upstream on the Mekong river to Chau Doc. Some stops on the banks will be possible for cycling tours to discover deeper the inhabitants life style. In the evening, we will organize for you an exciting experience in a village located in the suburbs of Cho Moi, where your dinner will be arranged at some typical local house. You will be able to share experiences with family members and learn about traditional Southern Vietnam lifestyle, one of the highlights of your journey on the Mekong which should not be forgotten! Back on board your private sampan for your second night on the boat on the river.

    Day 06: Song Xanh sampan cruise – Chau Doc - Ha Tien (B)
    Early morning, your breakfast will be served on board while we will be cruising to Chau Doc. We will cruise on a beautiful river, little arm of the Mekong, where several traditional activities can be observed on the banks (artisanal boat factories, bamboo baskets making, palm leaves cutting, net fishing), as well as old Vietnamese temples dating from late 19th century. We will be cruising the Bassac River before entering Chau Doc. The town is famous for its floating fish farming villages, floating markets and Cham villages, an ancient Muslim ethnic population with their kingdom covering Cambodia and south Vietnam during the 10th century. Your cruise journey will end before noon in Chau Doc where you will meet our guide and driver for the drive to Ha Tien town, around 90km away (2 hours drive). Overnight at hotel in Ha Tien.

    Day 07: Ha Tien Tour (B)
    Ha Tien is a captivating land in Vietnam. It is enriched in both natural and historical attractions. This is a land of ancient pagodas, pristine white beaches and enchanting caves.
    Among Ha Tien’s major attractions are the Thach Dong stone grotto which is piece of green stone that emerges from the ground showcasing nature’s delicate work of art, the Chong Islet, and the Hon Phu Tu - Father and Son Islet. This islet is situated around 100 meters offshore. Ha Tien is also home to a number of pagodas including the famous Hang Pagoda which is situated 40 meters below the ground level creating a somber and foggy environment.
    A visit to this beach town would be incomplete without a dip in its waters, and Ha Tien’s Beaches will not disappoint you. With the fine sand and cerulean seas, it truly is a piece of paradise. There is the Hon Chong Beach. The Tien Cave is located near the Hon Chong Beach with 2 cave openings. The caves have their western opening on the Duoc Beach. These caves are a must visit when you are sightseeing in Vietnam. They have strange shaped stone drops and some of them remind you of the gold throne of the Nguyen King’s. The Hon Trem Beach is famous for its pristine white sands.
    Today, you will have a guided tour to visit these sites in and around Ha Tien town and we will come back to the hotel in Ha Tien town in late afternoon for overnight.

    Day 08: Ha Tien – Cross the border to Kep, Cambodia (B)
    After breakfast in hotel, drive 8km to the border gate between Ha Tien/Vietnam and Kep/Cambodia. After the immigration procedures, meet our Cambodian tour guide at the Cambodia side for the transfer to Kep town in Cambodia. Kep, formerly known as Kep-sur-Mer. This beautiful coastal area was once the favorite holiday spot for Cambodia's French-influenced elite.
    Afternoon, we will travel by local boat to Rabbit Island, enjoy the nice scenery, on the way back to Kep we will stop and do fishing boat and catch fish. Overnight in Kep.

    Day 09: Kep (B)
    Today, we have a full day to explore Kep town and its surrounding countryside. During the 1960s Kep Sur Mer was a high-end seaside resort for the French and Khmer elite. After the Khmer Rouge period and after being abandoned for decades, Kep has now enjoyed a certain revival. Travel along coastal roads, past gutted shells of once glorious villas and see the former residence of King Father Norodom Sihanouk. Visit as well the famous crab shacks, a hillside temple and the iconic siren of the seas overlooking Kep beach.
    Then, drive to visit the countryside surrounding the city of Kep with full of beautiful scenery, traditional Khmer villages, and the seasonal rice paddies which form the heart of rural Cambodia. Traveling along the coastal roads, your guide will lead you to the village of Cham Car Bei, home to the Hand in Hand Cambodia project that has been supported by Knai Bang Chatt since 2006. Here you can visit with students at the community school and visit the Women’s Handicraft and Development Association where villagers make traditional loom-woven kramas, coconut jewelry, and Funky Junk products made from recycled plastic. You can also visit a local pepper farm, where you can buy the best black, white or red pepper from the region, visit the salt fields, and make a stop at the vibrant and colorful Keo Krosang Pagoda. Return to the hotel in late afternoon. Overnight in Kep.

    Day 10: Kep - Kampot Tour – Phnom Penh (B)
    After breakfast in hotel, depart from Kep for Phnom Penh via Kampot (175km). On arrival in Kampot, enjoy a tour of this quiet town which has preserved some nice colonial architecture houses, pepper plantation, rice paddies, salt fields, fruit plantation, villages and handicrafts, local markets, etc…Have your own lunch in Kampot. 
    Afternoon, continue the 3.5 hour drive to Phnom Penh. Arrive in Phnom Penh in late afternoon, check in hotel and free time. Overnight in Phnom Penh.

    Day 11: Phnom Penh City Tour (B)
    Today, we have a full day to discover Phnom Penh with the visit to the Victory Monument, and the National Museum, also called Musee des Beaux-Arts. A French archaeologist and painter, Georges Groslier, designed it in Khmer style in 1917. The museum contains a collection of Khmer art - notably sculptures - throughout the ages. Visit the Royal Palace, built by King Norodom in 1866 on the site of the old town, and the Silver Pagoda. Located within the grounds of the Royal Palace, the Silver Pagoda is so named because of its floor, which is made up of 5000 silver tiles. The treasures found inside include a solid gold Buddha encrusted and weighing 90kilograms and a small 17th century emerald and baccarat crystal Buddha.
    Afternoon, we take a 'walk back' into the brutal, (modern) history that Cambodia shockingly suffered under Pol Pot's reign during the 1970's, visiting 'The Killing Fields' & S-21 - The Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum.
    End your afternoon with the visit of the Wat Phnom Temple, Phnom Penh's namesake, from where you can enjoy views over the tree-lined avenues of Phnom Penh during sunset. Overnight in Phnom Penh.

    Day 12: Phnom Penh – Kampong Thom – Homestay (B/L/D)
    After breakfast, our guide and driver will meet you at the hotel and take the journey out to Baray. The driving distance is approximately 120 kms (~2.5-3 hour drive) and you will arrive around lunch time. On arrival you will be able to experience some of the activities the homestay has to offer, Village tour by Pony & Cart, traditional Khmer dancing, Boat making and a fishing expeditions or a visit to the weaving and woodcarving workshop. Enjoy a Cultural Dance by the students from the community. Overnight at the Homestay – Baray District, Kompong Thom Province.

    Day 13: Kampong Thom – Homestay (B/L/D)
    Today, you’ll be part of the local community, perhaps play some football with local children, help harvest the rice or practice weaving silk cloths with the villagers. Your guide will take you on a bike tour to the ancient temple complex Sambor Prei Kuk; some of the temples here are older than the temples of Angkor Wat. Overnight at the Homestay.

    Day 14 (07 Oct): Kamgpong Thom – Siem Reap (B)
    This morning after breakfast you will be collected from the Homestay by your driver and guide and transfer you to Siem Reap for about 180km (~4 hour drive). On the way we stop at the ancient temple complex Sambor Prei Kuk for a bike tour to visit some of the temples here are older than the temples of Angkor Wat. After that transfer directly to Siem Reap and check in hotel. Overnight in Siem Reap.

    Day 15: Siem Reap – Angkor Thom (B/D)
    After breakfast visit the ancient capital of Angkor Thom (12th century). See the South Gate with its huge statues depicting the churning of the ocean of milk, the Royal Enclosure, Phimeanakas, the Elephants Terrace, the Terrace of the LeperKing and Bayon Temple (unique for its 54 towers decorated with over 200 smiling faces of Avolokitesvara), we continue to Ta Prohm, one of the area’s most beautiful temples. Ta Prohm has been relatively untouched since it was discovered and retains much of its mystery and enjoy sunset at Angkor Wat. 
    Evening, enjoy Buffet Dinner with Apsara dance show in the local restaurant. Overnight at hotel in Siem Reap.

    Day 16: Siem Reap – Angkor Wat (B)
    In the morning, visit the most famous of all the temples on the plain of Angkor: Angkor Wat. The temple complex covers 81 hectares and is comparable in size to the Imperial Palace in Beijing. Its distinctive five towers are emblazoned on the Cambodian flag and the 12th century masterpiece is considered by art historians to be the prime example of classical Khmer art and architecture. Angkor Wat's five towers symbolize Meru's five peaks - the enclosed wall represents the mountains at the edge of the world and the surrounding moat, the ocean beyond. Afternoon, transfer to Banteay Srei temple (10th c), regarded as the jewel in the crown of Classical Khmer Art. Come back to the town and visit "Les Artisans d'Angkor - Chantiers Ecoles" of Siem Reap and time at leisure at the local market in the rest of the afternoon. Overnight at hotel in Siem Reap.

    Day 17: Siem Reap – Departure (B)
    Breakfast in hotel and free time until the transfer to the airport for your departure flight out of Siem Reap. End of the trip. 

  • Categories of Accommodation


    With basic hotels and simple accommodation, this is a no frills option with an adventurous authentic feel. We would normally accommodate your in these in remote areas.


    Standard accommodation equates to a Western 3-star standard, always featuring en-suite rooms and usually a restaurant. Sometimes these are a good affordable choice in cities where accommodation is very expensive, but where being centrally located is a prime consideration.


    Superior accommodation equates to a Western 4-star standard, featuring en-suite rooms and usually a restaurant and often a swimming pool and/or a fitness centre. This is the 'classic' hotel standard we use on most of our group based tours.


    Deluxe accommodation equates to a Western 5-star standard, usually featuring spacious, en-suite rooms, a restaurant, swimming pool and fitness centre and an array of amenities, excellent service and customer care. India and Southeast Asia have a fabulous array of top notch 5-star properties.


    Luxury accommodation equates to a Western 5-star plus standard - the creme de la creme. Featuring spacious, en-suite rooms, a restaurant, swimming pool and fitness centre and an array of amenities, this accommodation is a cut above the rest. Sheer opulence!


    Visa and Passport
    Except for a number of ASEAN countries a visa is required to visit Vietnam. If your itinerary requires two
    entries into Vietnam then a double entry visa must be obtained. If your trip is postponed or delayed it may be necessary to obtain another visa if your original visa is not valid for your new dates of travel.

    Tourist Visa
    A Vietnam Tourist Visa is valid for the period of 30-days and for a single entry (unless endorsed for a double entry at additional cost). Your passport must be sent to the embassy along with payment with prepaid shipping arrangements with Priority Mail with Delivery Confirmation, FedEx, etc., two completed visa applications and two passport photos. Allow five-business days for processing.

    A Visa-on-Arrival is available if you are pre-approved for the visa. In lieu of a stamped visa in your passport prior to departure a fax from the Department of Immigration is issued and used as your travel document for boarding your international flight to Vietnam. This system has been working for a number of years now and is extremely reliable. Visa-on-Arrival processing charges are normally $25 and a $45 fee is payable directly to Vietnamese Immigration upon arrival.

    Double Entry Visa
    A Double Entry Visa is a Tourist Visa endorsed for a double entry. If your itinerary requires a double entry be sure and obtain the Double Entry Visa.

    Re-Entry Visa
    Re-entry Visas, prior to departing Vietnam, are possible to obtain in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City through authorized agencies for a fee of approximately $25, however it requires one-to-two days and the deposit of your passport. This is not advisable unless your itinerary allows ample time and you remain in the city where the application was filed until the visa is issued. It is strongly advised to obtain a Double Entry Visa prior entering Vietnam.

    Passport Validity Dates
    Your passport must have a validity date of at least six-months remaining after your visit to Vietnam is completed.

    Travel Document Companies
    Unless you live nearby a Vietnamese embassy or consulate or are experienced in dealing with embassies by mail or telephone, it is advised that you use a travel document company to obtain your visa.
    Notes: You can email us at for more advice on Vietnam Visa information. The service is free of charge. All the emails will be replied within 24h.

    Entry Procedures
    Arrival and Departure Cards are required to be completed upon entry into Vietnam; they will be provided by the airline or at the border gate. The yellow copy of the card will be returned to you and must be submitted when you depart Vietnam; keep it in a safe place. Making a photocopy of it is a good idea and keeping it with your other photocopies.
    If you have been pre-approved for a Visa-on-Arrival simply process though the Visa-on-Arrival lane at immigration.
    Once your visa formalities have been completed claim your baggage and process through customs.

    Duty Free
    One-carton of cigarettes and one bottle of liquor.

    Exit Procedures
    Complete the customs declaration and process through customs then complete the immigration processing where you will be required to return the yellow copy of your Arrival and Departure Card.

    Tendering Passports
    Vietnamese law requires that passports be tendered to the hotel each evening. This may appear odd to Western travelers but until the 1960's a number of European countries required that passports be tendered to the hotel each evening.

    Travel Insurance
    Traveler's Insurance is strongly recommended. A number of companies sell competing policies and it is a good idea to read the fine print and ask questions if you are in doubt. 
    Note: some insurance companies cover travel insurance in their existing policies; check, you may already be covered. Policies have differing benefits for trip cancellation, trip interruption, emergency medical and dental coverage, and emergency medical transportation, lost baggage, missed connections, and accidents.
    Of special note is the emergency medical transportation. This is extremely costly; if you any health condition which may require medical evacuation you should check to see if you are currently covered and if not purchase the insurance. Medical treatment, if required, can be costly and the pay is usually in cash.


    Passport valid for at least six months after date of return from Cambodia required by all nationals.

    Visitors arriving by air can obtain a visa for stays of up to 30 days on arrival at Phnom Penh International Airport, Phnom Penh or Siem Reap International Airport, Angkor. Visas are also available from Immigration at the border posts of Bavet, Poi Pet and Koh Kong. Visitors are advised to check current situation before traveling. E-Visas are only valid for entry via Phnom Penh International Airport, Siem Reap International Airport, Cham Yeam land border, Poi Pet land border and Bavet land border.
    Visa Note
    Applications by post will only be accepted through a recognized visa courier. For further details, contact the nearest consulate (or consular section of embassy).  
    Nationals flying in to Phnom Penh or Siem Reap International Airport will be able to apply for a 30-day visa on arrival in Cambodia.  

    All visas are valid for a one month period, and visas issued by the embassy must be used within three months of date of issue. Extensions of up to one extra month for Tourist visas or six or 12 months for Business visas (which can be multiple) may be granted by the Ministry of the Interior at the Immigration Office in Phnom Penh.

    Cambodia has a tropical monsoon climate. The monsoon season runs from May to November. The most pleasant season is the dry season, from November/December to April. In the north, winters can be colder, while throughout most of the country temperatures remain fairly constant. There is often seasonal flooding in Phnom Penh and the rest of Cambodia in late July and early August, and travel may be disrupted at these times.

    Required Clothing
    Lightweight clothing is worn all year. Rainwear is essential during the monsoon season.

    Travel Tips:  
    Most visits to Cambodia are trouble-free, however public order is fragile. Travelers should be aware of the global risk of indiscriminate terrorist attacks, which could be against civilian targets, including places frequented by foreigners. The greatest risks to travelers are from road traffic accidents, armed robbery after dark, landmines and unexploded ordnance in rural areas.

    Travelers should be aware of the risk of robbery and other crime (including sexual offences) in Phnom Penh, Sihanoukville and Siem Reap, particularly after dark, and take sensible precautions. Travelers should be on their guard against pickpockets and bag snatchers, especially when traveling around the cities.

    Outbreaks of avian influenza (bird flu) in Cambodia have resulted in a small number of human fatalities. As a precaution, travelers should avoid live animal markets, poultry farms and other places where they may come into close contact with domestic, caged or wild birds; and ensure poultry and egg dishes are thoroughly cooked.

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