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October - March 

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11 nights

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From £6,675pp

The price shown is a guide - based on two people sharing, excluding international flights. There are many factors that can influence the price such as class of flight, number of people travelling and trip extensions. Ask your travel specialist for more information.
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Luxury Small Group Journey

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Small Group - Cruising the Mekong

This Mekong Delta itinerary includes seven comfortable nights on the exclusive Mekong Princess. Gain a deeper understanding of Southeast Asia's intertwined river cultures by meeting local villagers, visiting markets, stopping off in little-visited regions and exploring the Mekong’s maze of waterways. Watching the sunset at the magnificent Angkor Wat, is guaranteed to be a highlight of your Mekong trip.

Departure dates (2018)
Per person from
8, 22 January; 5, 19 February; 5, 19 March  £6,675
1, 15, 29 October; 10 December  £6,910
24 December  £7,460

Selected travel dates are available for 2017 departures – please enquire for more details. The price shown is per person, based on two sharing. It excludes international flights. Single supplement available on request. Minimum participant age is 10 years. Subject to availability, please speak to a travel consultant to find out more.

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UK - Siem Reap

Don’t waste a moment of precious holiday time: you’ll lengthen your tour of classic Cambodia with an overnight flight from the UK to Siem Reap.

Siem Reap

On arrival we’ll meet and take you to the lavishly appointed 5-star Park Hyatt Hotel, your home for the next three nights. Your adventure kicks off in style this afternoon with a visit to the spectacular site of Angkor Wat, the world's largest religious monument. Watch the setting sun paint the magnificent temple's lofty spires gold as dusk finally falls.

Siem Reap

It’s best to admire the classic Khmer architecture of Bayon Temple in the clear light of early morning, before the crowds arrive. Then you’ll be driven to Angkor Thom to begin your bicycle or quad bike tour of the many other delightfully ruined temples. Pass through picturesque rice fields, villages and jungle as you close in on Banteay Thom temple. In the afternoon, you can relax on a boat, drifting past the stilted houses of the Tonle Sap Lake’s floating villages.

Siem Reap

This morning you'll experience the magical temple of Ta Prohm. There’s more than a little ‘Tomb Raider’ here as the ancient stones succumb to the clutches of nature. Fallen stone pillars intertwine with the fatal embrace and crumbling caresses of the giant jungle tree roots that threaten to subsume it. Banteay Srei’s elaborate 10th-century temple, however, is beautifully preserved and surrounded by local villagers and their traditional arts and crafts.

Siem Reap - Phnom Penh

A flight to Phnom Penh whisks you effortlessly to the opulent Raffles Hotel Le Royal, your home for the next two nights. This afternoon, the glittering Royal Palace and the Silver Pagoda await, offering an oasis of splendid calm in the bustling city centre. The priceless treasures of the National Museum bear witness to Cambodia’s rich history.

Phnom Penh

Another side to this history is painfully revealed at The Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum and the notorious Killing Fields of Choeung Ek. These moving memorials offer insight into the horrors suffered by the Cambodian people at the hands of the Khmer Rouge.

Phnom Penh - Koh Kong

After breakfast you'll be driven to Koh Kong, enjoying a scenic five-hour journey that wends its way through atmospheric local villages, paddy fields and panoramic mountain scenery. On arrival at Phum Doung Bridge, you’ll immediately spot your next ride. A traditional wooden Cambodian riverboat transfers you to the eco-friendly glamping haven of 4 Rivers Floating Lodge.  

Koh Kong

Now you have two days to luxuriate in style whilst leisurely exploring Koh Kong's rich, natural beauty. From the idyllic coastline to the verdant Cardamom Mountains, the Tatai River is your highway to the wonders of the rainforest. You can take a kayak downriver to discover Southeast Asia's largest coastal mangrove, visit the local Tatai waterfalls or stroll through the forested slopes of the exotic, unspoiled interior.

Koh Kong - UK

After breakfast you'll take leave of your sumptuous floating home and head back to Phnom Penh Airport ready for your connecting flight back to the UK. Or, alternatively, you may wish to extend your stay and journey on to one of Southeast Asia's beautiful beaches.

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