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Experience the charm of the Mekong to the awe-inspiring temples of Angkor on this epic journey across Vietnam and Cambodia. This is a once-in-a-lifetime historical and cultural excursion that can be customized to your levels of interests.

On this fourteen-day tour, you’ll see the delights of Ha Long Bay, Hue, and the charming port town of Hoi An, which is a favorite among travelers…

The verdant Mekong Delta and colorful Ho Chi Minh City are all included in the journey. An excursion to Siem Reap, Cambodia, to explore the Angkor Complex, which includes Angkor Thom, Angkor Wat, Bayon, Banteay Srei, and many more Khmer architectural marvels. All will create a must-do trip for everyone who wishes to explore Vietnam and Cambodia in style.

Thus, Premium Travel Vietnam organize this Package Holiday to Vietnam and Cambodia.


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Day 1: Hanoi arrival

In order to begin our Vietnam Cambodia Holiday Package, you will be greeted upon arrival at Noi Bai Airport and then transferred to the hotel for check-in. Free time makes up the rest of your day. Spend the night in Hanoi.

Day 2: Hanoi city tour

With tree-lined boulevards, French colonial buildings, tranquil lakes, and oriental pagodas and temples, Hanoi, Vietnam’s colonial capital, is a one-of-a-kind Asian metropolis. This full-day tour includes the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum and Stilts House, the Presidential Palace and adjoining One Pillar Pagoda, the Lake of the Restored Sword and Ngoc Son Temple, the Temple of Literature, serene West Lake with lovers boulevard Thanh Nien, and the serene Tran Quoc Pagoda. A one-hour cyclo tour around Hanoi’s Old Quarter will give you a sense of the city’s soul and sounds. A Water Puppet Show will round out the day.

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Day 3: Hanoi – overnight in Halong Bay

After breakfast, we then take a 4-hour journey to Ha Long Bay for an overnight trip on a luxurious junk. At arriving, start with a seafood meal before venturing into some limestone caves. In the afternoon, you can go for a swim, relax on the upper deck in the sun, or try your hand at kayaking. As the sun goes down, join some night time activites and have fun on the boat for the night.

Day 4: Halong Bay – Hanoi

As the sun rises, Package Holiday to Vietnam and Cambodia will continue to move around the bay this morning in search of more private locations to swim or kayak. By the way,you can explore some of the most beautiful caves of Halong Bay such as Sung Sot Cave, Titop Island, Thien Canh Son ect…Later, the boat will return to the main harbour at midday, where you will be transferred to an awaiting vehicle for the voyage back to Hanoi, where you catch domestic flight to Hue.

On arrival in Hue airport, you will meet up our tour guide and then spend the night in Hue city.

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Day 5: Hue sightseeing

We will start our Package Holiday to Vietnam and Cambodia by taking a private boat for a cruise down the lovely Perfume Rive. Hue, being the old capital, is surrounded by ancient tombs of past emperors, and a visit to several of these tombs will be included in today’s program: Tu Duc and Khai Dinh Mausoleums. So, the day will begin with a visit to the lovely Lady Pagoda (Thien Mu Pagoda). It is located on the banks of Huong river and offers a spectacular view of the Perfume River and the surrounding countryside.

Proceeding our Hue Tour, we will be then visiting the Citadel and the Forbidden Purple City, as well as the Imperial Museum and the Dong Ba market to know the daily life of the local people. As the tour ends, let’s spend the night in Hue.

Day 6: Transfer to Hoi An city

Check out the hotel and then drive to Hoi An via Da Nang. Thus, our journey will pass through a picturesque scene of  the Pass of Ocean Clouds (Hai Van Pass). Stop at the extremely photogenic fishing village of Lap An Lagoon in Lang Co town. Transfer to hotel upon arriving in Hoi An in the late afternoon.

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Day 7: My Son Sanctuary and Hoi An city tour Full Day

This morning, we will drive 40 kilometers southwest of Hoi An to My Son, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Hence, My Son was the Cham people’s capital and sacred center, with red brick towers and shrines still standing. As we know, My Son is compared to Angkor Wat in Cambodia, Bagan in Myanmar, Ayutthaya in Thailand, and Borobudur in Indonesia as some of Southeast Asia’s most important archaeological sites. From the seventh to the thirteenth centuries, several towers and sanctuaries were constructed by the Cham people to respect their Kings and Hindu Gods of Shiva, Brahma, Vishnu.

Lunch at a local eatery in Hoi An.

In the afternoon, we will then explore Hoi An Town’s tranquillity and elegance, which includes low tiled Chinese-style dwellings, a Japanese-style covered bridge, and brilliantly painted temples and pagodas, making it one of Vietnam’s most charming destinations. Overnight in Hoi An.

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Day 8: Transfer to Da Nang – Fly to Saigon

Check out the hotel in Hoi An and then we transfer you back to Da Nang for a flight to Ho Chi Minh City. Upon arriving, meet our local guide and then spend the day on a guided tour of the city’s landmarks, including the Reunification Palace, President Thieu’s and his predecessors’ former residence. The Post Office and Notre Dame Cathedral are also included. Spend the night in Ho Chi Minh city.

Day 9: Ho Chi Minh – My Tho – Chau Doc

Moving on our Vietnam and Cambodia Holiday Package, we will depart from Ho Chi Minh city for green My Tho, where we take a private boat through the canals’ green greenery to an orchard to have a delightful lunch in a small restaurant in the Mekong’s center, complete with tropical fruits.

Before travelling to Can Tho, the Mekong Delta’s heart, we stop by the snake farm Dong Tam, which raises snakes for a variety of products, including snake wine, and the VinhTrang Pagoda, a hybrid of Asian and European pagodas. Can Tho city is where you’ll spend the night.

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Day 10: Can Tho – Chau Doc

After breakfast, we will go on a boat ride to see the beautiful tributaries of the Lower Mekong River (Bassac River), then visit the best floating market in the region, Cai Rang. Then take a stroll through the village and strike up a conversation with the locals. Learn how to cross a “monkey bridge” made of a single bamboo strand. Take a break for lunch. Visit the Thot Not Bird Sanctuary in Long Xuyen before continuing on to Chau Doc. Admire the stunning landscape surrounding the Vietnamese – Cambodian border from the summit of Sam Mountain.

Day 11: Chau Doc – Speed boat to Siem Riep

Transfer to the port in the morning for a 4.5-hour journey by public boat to Siem Reap.

In the afternoon, go to the Chantier Ecole-Artisan d’Angkor, which was built in 1992 by the Ministry of Education and is known for its woodworking, stone carving, and polychrome teaching center and workshops. The unique skills training program, which teaches young artists in the techniques and forms of historic Cambodian artistry, is open to the public for a free tour of the classrooms and workshops. In Siem Reap, spend the night here.

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Day 12: Siem Riep Discovery

Today, we embark on a journey to world heritage sites through back roads. Pass by a rural settlement and a little shop as you ride through the jungle. It’ll be a memorable and action-packed day as you see some of Angkor’s most stunning temples. You will explore Angkor Thom’s West Gate, which is relatively unknown to most tourists.

The tour begins with a visit to Angkor Wat, Cambodia’s most famous temple. Visit Bakheng Temple and enjoy a lovely sun set vista from Bakheng Hill, which has been a World Heritage Site since 1992 and is known for its beauty and majesty.

Spending the night for the rest of the day in Siem Riep.

Day 13: Siem Riep

Today, we then begin our Package Holiday to Vietnam and Cambodia to Banteay Srei this morning, which is practically everyone’s favorite sight. The modest stature, excellent ornate carving, and amazing state of preservation of this temple add to its allure.

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We continue to Banteay Samré, the fabulous Ta Prohm surrounded by the roots of large fig trees and huge creepers, Prasat Kravan – with its distinctive brick sculptures, Srah Srang – The Royal Baths” which were originally used for ritual bathing, and Banteay Kdei (surrounded by four concentric walls).

Day 14: Siem Riep Departure

In the morning, enjoy your breakfast in the hotel and wait for our driver and tour guide coming to transfer you to Siem Riep International Airport for flight back home. Premium Travel Vietnam wish you had a great time with us and have a safe flight back home with your sweet memories. Thus, our Package Holidays to Vietnam and Cambodia will come to an end here.


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As you know, Southeast Asia has long been a magnet for travelers looking for that special something far away from home. Spirituality, leisure, and adventure are just a few of the reasons why traveling to Southeast Asia has become a must-do experience. Overland excursions from north to south are popular in Vietnam, but a day’s cruise along the Mekong to Phnom Den – or an hour’s flight from Ho Chi Minh City to Siem Reap – will take you to Cambodia. While Vietnam has numerous UNESCO sites and lovely beaches, Angkor Wat is without a doubt the most compelling reason to travel to Cambodia. For all above mentioned reasons, Premium Travel Vietnam will create a truly travelling experience for you.


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If you are planning to travel to Southeast Asia and  find the Best Vietnam and Cambodia Holiday Deal for an adventure, let’s choose Premium Travel Vietnam. For more details and assistance, kindly contact us at or Whatsapp Mr. Viet (Travel Manager) at 0084 979613777. We will give you the best deal at competitive price. We are honored to serve you and always at your service 24/7.

Tour inclusion Tour exclusion
– Private Jeep

– Experienced driver

– English speaking guide

– Entrance ticket

– Lunch (optional)

– Cold water and wet tissue


– Travel insurance– Other expenses

– Soft drinks and beverages

– Tips and gratuities

Things to bring Travel tip
-Fully charged camera; Sun cream; sport shoes; Caps/hats; Sun glasses; Insect spray; In months of October, November, December, January, February; it normally rains in Vietnam, let’s bring rain coats with you. For the rest of the year, it is usually hot and humid.


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In Vietnam and Cambodia, during most months of the year, you may expect both sunshine and rain. It’s normally hot and humid most of the time, but it can get cold on occasion, especially in the north of Vietnam between November and February, so carry a few warm layers with your summer clothes. The best time to visit Vietnam and Cambodia is from February and April.


Yes, some people travel alone to Vietnam and Cambodia. But we suggest you to travel in couple or group for more convenient and comfortable trip.


Yes. Both countries use USD and can be achieved at the bank or local jelwelry shops. Besides, you can exchange USD into local currencies at almost shops or local banks.

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Although Vietnam and Cambodia are generally secure, petty crime is more widespread in the main backpacker districts, tourist retail areas, and popular tourist destinations such as Nha Trang in Vietnam or Siem Riep in Cambodia. Be sensible — don’t flash cash or valuables, avoid empty beaches after dark, and don’t walk around towns at night.


COVID-19 vaccine or testing may be required to enter your destination or by your airline. It is your obligation to follow these guidelines to guarantee that your arrival is not hampered and that you are able to join your trip without difficulty.


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