South East Asia Adventure Family Holiday

Cambodia

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An action-packed journey across Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand

Details

Duration: 14 Days
Starts in: Cambodia
Group Size: 8-20

Operated by:

Exodus Travels

The original adventure and activity holiday company specializing in cultural, walking, cycling, winter and wildlife adventures.

Itinerary

Start Saigon

Visit Cu Chi Tunnels used by Viet Cong during the war; free afternoon; markets within walking distance of the hotel

Transfer to the Mekong Delta; pass through fruit orchards en route to overnight homestay on island

Journey to Chau Doc in the foothills of Sam Mountain

Cross border into Cambodia; overnight sleepy seaside town of Kep

Full day boat trip to tropical Koh Tonsai Island or relax on Kep beach

Head to Phnom Penh; cyclo (rickshaw) tour of capital city; dinner at local restaurant

Visit Royal Palace complex in Phnom Penh; free time or optionals include National Museum and the Killing Fields

Transfer to Siem Reap; pause to sample local delicacies; sunset viewing of Angkor temples

Cycle ride around Angkor temples; easy flat trails with option of opting out and taking moto-rickshaw

Free day in Siem Reap; choose to visit floating village of Tonle Sap, a conservation centre or zip-line over the jungle canopy

Drive to Bangkok; journey broken with stops at stone carving village and a garden restaurant for lunch

Morning tour of Bangkok including the Grand Palace and Wat Pho

End Bangkok

Additional Information

This exciting adventure takes us through three countries with divergent histories and strikingly different cultures. Journey from the frenetic streets of Saigon to the tranquillity of rural Cambodia and visit the magnificent shimmering palaces and temples of Bangkok. Pass through a spectacular patchwork of waterways in the Mekong Delta, take a cyclo (rickshaw) tour of Phnom Penh and relax on a tropical island with white sand beaches before arriving at the magnificent temple complex of Angkor, which we explore by bicycle to escape the crowds. We end our adventure in bustling Bangkok, sampling the street food delights and admiring an enormous reclining golden Buddha.

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