Road to Phnom Penh
- 14 nights' hotel accommodation
- 1 nights' accommodation on an overnight train
- 15 breakfasts, 3 lunches and 3 dinners
- Guided tours of all major cities
- Awesome Local Trip Leader and Local Guides
- Modern air-conditioned vehicle, internal flights & overnight trains
- Bucket List Inclusions: Street eats tuk
- Tuk tour in Bangkok
- Guided trishaw tour in Chiang Mai
- Visit Wat Rong Khun
- Cruise the Mekong River
- Join an almsgiving ceremony in Luang Prabang
- Visit Angkor Wat at sunrise
Flights, visas, travel insurance, spending money, items of a personal nature and anything not mentioned under inclusions
Travelling from Bangkok to Phnom Penh, you'll take in some of the best that Thailand, Laos and Cambodia have to offer. From epic street food to incredible temples, an almsgiving ceremony to checking out Angkor Wat, you'll be spoilt for choice on this journey through three awesome countries. Ready? Let's go! Worth noting. A Sector trip is part of a larger journey, meaning your new friends might continue on or after you leave, or you might be joining a trip already in progress. This trip is a sector of the Asian Fusion.
Day 1: Bangkok, Thailand
Day 1. Touch down in Bangkok and find your feet in the capital. Meet the group and freshen up for tonight's entertainment - and by entertainment we mean adventure! We're talking about a street eats tour via the best type of transport. Can you guess how we roll? You got it! It's all about the tuk tuk. Meals:Dinner
Day 2: Bangkok to Change Mai
Day 2. More love for the capital today as we tick off the Bangkok bucket list. A half day city tour is on the cards. Tonight, it's all about the overnight train. Get comfy and catch some zzz's. Meals: Breakfast
Day 3: Chiang Mai
Day 3. Open your eyes - you've arrived in Chiang Mai. Get your explorer shoes on, because there's time to wander around today. On the menu for tonight? An optional Khantoke Village cultural show and dinner. Meals: Breakfast Optional Activities:Khan Toke Village cultural show and dinner
Day 4: Chiang Mai
Day 4. Today, it's all you. Hot foot it around the city at your own pace. More of an adrenaline junkie type? Daredevils can make like a monkey with an optional Flight of the Gibbon treetop adventure. And for the foodies? An optional cooking class awaits. Meals: Breakfast Optional activities:Flight of the Gibbon treetop adventure:Cooking class
Day 5: Chiang Mat to Chiang Rai
Day 5. It's temple time. Today it's all about Wat Rong Khun (the 'White Temple') and the Golden Triangle. Get the camera ready for THAT shot. Then, we're off to Chiang Rai to rest our heads. Meals: Breakfast, Lunch Included today:Visit Wat Rong Khun and Golden Triangle
Day 6: Chiang Rai to Pay Beng,Laos
Day 6. Cross the Friendship Bridge then climb on board and get cruise-y along the Mekong River. We visit a riverside village along the way to get a feel for the local life. Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner Included today:Mekong River cruise
Day 7: Pak Beng to Luang Prabang
Day 7. This morning we're back on the Mekong cruisin' with a quick stop at the local markets. Stop for a tipple at the whiskey village, because, well, why not. Then pass the Pak Ou Caves and arrive in Luang Prabang later in the day. Meals: Breakfast, Lunch Included today:Whisky village, Visit the Pak Ou Caves
Day 8: Luang Prabang
Day 8. Rise and shine! Today, travel in style on two wheels and check out the city by bike on an optional tour. See the Kuang Si Waterfall for an optional dose of wow. This multi-tiered waterfall is pretty beautiful if we do say so ourselves. Meals: Breakfast Optionals:Luang Prabang cycling city tour, Kuang Si waterfall
Day 9: Luang Prabang to Vang Vieng
Day 9. Wake up to the sound of the temple gong, partake in the daily almsgiving of the monks, and descend southwards to Vang Vieng. Meals: Breakfast Optionals Activities:Rope course and zipline
Day 10: Vang Vieng
Day 10. A free day for optional kayaking on the Nam Song River. If you're here in wet season: rapids. Rock climbing and cave exploring could also be options. Meals: Breakfast Optionals Activities: Kayaking
Day 11: Vang Vieng to Siem Reap
Day 11. Farewell Vang Vieng, we fly to Siem Reap today. Passports at the ready! Meals: Breakfast
Day 12: Siem Reap
Day 12. A free day for optional kayaking on the Nam Song River. If you're here in wet season: rapids. Rock climbing and cave exploring could also be options. Meals: Breakfast Optionals Activities:Night at the circus, Sunset quad Included today: Visit Angkor Wat, Bayon Temple and Ta Prohm Temple
Day 13: Siem Reap to Phnom Penh
Day 13. Today we kick it to Phnom Penh. See ya Siem Reap, it's been real. Meals: Breakfast
Day 14: Phnom Penh
Day 14. A free day today. Take an optional visit to the Khmer Rouge Killing Fields to reflect and pay your respects. Spend your final evening together with the crew with a farewell street eats dinner. Meals: Breakfast, Dinner Optionals Activities:Khmer Rouge Killing Fields
Day 15: Phnom Penh
Day 15. We're outta here after brekkie. Time for the next adventure? Meals: Breakfast
Terms and conditions
- Please note that Topdeck trips are designed for young people between the ages of 18 to 39 years.
- Deposits: A non-refundable deposit of R1000 per person per tour is required at the time of confirmation, in order to secure the reservation (if travel date is more than 42 days out).
- Final Payment: This is due 42 days prior.
- For bookings made less than 42 days before travelling, full payment is required and booking will be on request.
- Prices and availability are correct as at 18 February 2019 and are subject to change without notice.
- Prices quoted are on sale until 31 March 2019 unless otherwise stated or sold out prior.
- All packages are quoted per person sharing.
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