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River cruising is the in -vogue travel trend.As Indochina grows in popularity as a tourism destination, exciting tour options available to travelers looking to explore this region of Southeast Asia are growing as well.A rising trend is to journey via river cruise on one of the excellent cruise ships now plying the Mekong and other rivers of the region.
In places where rivers and waterways remain the lifeblood of everyday life
for local residents, traveling by cruise ship reveals how deeply the river resource impacts the lives of ordinary people.
Tips
for Traveling The Mekong River




Mekong River Cruise - A Floating Hotel
Cruising down the Mekong, a major transportation artery of Indochina, is not as complicated as it might sound.There are a range of options to explore areas along the riverbanks and beyond, making key stops along the way.Two Indochinese capitals– Vientiane(Laos) and Phnom Penh(Cambodia)– both sit on the banks of the Mekong as it flows south through Laos and into Cambodia before fanning out in to South Vietnam’ s Mekong Delta and eventually the sea.

A cruise experience on the Mekong will likely feature a variety of culturally distinctive elements.Aside from the traditional highlights of Indochina such as capital cities and Angkorian monuments, cruise ship itineraries will likely include visits to floating markets, colonial landmarks, ancient temples and quiet fishing villages nestled on the banks of freshwater islands.The length and variety of these excursions will largely depend on the amount of time the traveler has and how long the cruise package is, but there is certain to be enough to give travelers a really immersive experience.


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[tintuc]

River cruising is the in -vogue travel trend.As Indochina grows in popularity as a tourism destination, exciting tour options available to travelers looking to explore this region of Southeast Asia are growing as well.A rising trend is to journey via river cruise on one of the excellent cruise ships now plying the Mekong and other rivers of the region.
In places where rivers and waterways remain the lifeblood of everyday life
for local residents, traveling by cruise ship reveals how deeply the river resource impacts the lives of ordinary people.
Tips
for Traveling The Mekong River




Mekong River Cruise - A Floating Hotel
Cruising down the Mekong, a major transportation artery of Indochina, is not as complicated as it might sound.There are a range of options to explore areas along the riverbanks and beyond, making key stops along the way.Two Indochinese capitals– Vientiane(Laos) and Phnom Penh(Cambodia)– both sit on the banks of the Mekong as it flows south through Laos and into Cambodia before fanning out in to South Vietnam’ s Mekong Delta and eventually the sea.

A cruise experience on the Mekong will likely feature a variety of culturally distinctive elements.Aside from the traditional highlights of Indochina such as capital cities and Angkorian monuments, cruise ship itineraries will likely include visits to floating markets, colonial landmarks, ancient temples and quiet fishing villages nestled on the banks of freshwater islands.The length and variety of these excursions will largely depend on the amount of time the traveler has and how long the cruise package is, but there is certain to be enough to give travelers a really immersive experience.


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[tintuc]

River cruising is the in -vogue travel trend.As Indochina grows in popularity as a tourism destination, exciting tour options available to travelers looking to explore this region of Southeast Asia are growing as well.A rising trend is to journey via river cruise on one of the excellent cruise ships now plying the Mekong and other rivers of the region.
In places where rivers and waterways remain the lifeblood of everyday life
for local residents, traveling by cruise ship reveals how deeply the river resource impacts the lives of ordinary people.
Tips
for Traveling The Mekong River




Mekong River Cruise - A Floating Hotel
Cruising down the Mekong, a major transportation artery of Indochina, is not as complicated as it might sound.There are a range of options to explore areas along the riverbanks and beyond, making key stops along the way.Two Indochinese capitals– Vientiane(Laos) and Phnom Penh(Cambodia)– both sit on the banks of the Mekong as it flows south through Laos and into Cambodia before fanning out in to South Vietnam’ s Mekong Delta and eventually the sea.

A cruise experience on the Mekong will likely feature a variety of culturally distinctive elements.Aside from the traditional highlights of Indochina such as capital cities and Angkorian monuments, cruise ship itineraries will likely include visits to floating markets, colonial landmarks, ancient temples and quiet fishing villages nestled on the banks of freshwater islands.The length and variety of these excursions will largely depend on the amount of time the traveler has and how long the cruise package is, but there is certain to be enough to give travelers a really immersive experience.


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[tintuc]

River cruising is the in -vogue travel trend.As Indochina grows in popularity as a tourism destination, exciting tour options available to travelers looking to explore this region of Southeast Asia are growing as well.A rising trend is to journey via river cruise on one of the excellent cruise ships now plying the Mekong and other rivers of the region.
In places where rivers and waterways remain the lifeblood of everyday life
for local residents, traveling by cruise ship reveals how deeply the river resource impacts the lives of ordinary people.
Tips
for Traveling The Mekong River




Mekong River Cruise - A Floating Hotel
Cruising down the Mekong, a major transportation artery of Indochina, is not as complicated as it might sound.There are a range of options to explore areas along the riverbanks and beyond, making key stops along the way.Two Indochinese capitals– Vientiane(Laos) and Phnom Penh(Cambodia)– both sit on the banks of the Mekong as it flows south through Laos and into Cambodia before fanning out in to South Vietnam’ s Mekong Delta and eventually the sea.

A cruise experience on the Mekong will likely feature a variety of culturally distinctive elements.Aside from the traditional highlights of Indochina such as capital cities and Angkorian monuments, cruise ship itineraries will likely include visits to floating markets, colonial landmarks, ancient temples and quiet fishing villages nestled on the banks of freshwater islands.The length and variety of these excursions will largely depend on the amount of time the traveler has and how long the cruise package is, but there is certain to be enough to give travelers a really immersive experience.


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[tintuc]

River cruising is the in -vogue travel trend.As Indochina grows in popularity as a tourism destination, exciting tour options available to travelers looking to explore this region of Southeast Asia are growing as well.A rising trend is to journey via river cruise on one of the excellent cruise ships now plying the Mekong and other rivers of the region.
In places where rivers and waterways remain the lifeblood of everyday life
for local residents, traveling by cruise ship reveals how deeply the river resource impacts the lives of ordinary people.
Tips
for Traveling The Mekong River




Mekong River Cruise - A Floating Hotel
Cruising down the Mekong, a major transportation artery of Indochina, is not as complicated as it might sound.There are a range of options to explore areas along the riverbanks and beyond, making key stops along the way.Two Indochinese capitals– Vientiane(Laos) and Phnom Penh(Cambodia)– both sit on the banks of the Mekong as it flows south through Laos and into Cambodia before fanning out in to South Vietnam’ s Mekong Delta and eventually the sea.

A cruise experience on the Mekong will likely feature a variety of culturally distinctive elements.Aside from the traditional highlights of Indochina such as capital cities and Angkorian monuments, cruise ship itineraries will likely include visits to floating markets, colonial landmarks, ancient temples and quiet fishing villages nestled on the banks of freshwater islands.The length and variety of these excursions will largely depend on the amount of time the traveler has and how long the cruise package is, but there is certain to be enough to give travelers a really immersive experience.


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[tintuc]

River cruising is the in -vogue travel trend.As Indochina grows in popularity as a tourism destination, exciting tour options available to travelers looking to explore this region of Southeast Asia are growing as well.A rising trend is to journey via river cruise on one of the excellent cruise ships now plying the Mekong and other rivers of the region.
In places where rivers and waterways remain the lifeblood of everyday life
for local residents, traveling by cruise ship reveals how deeply the river resource impacts the lives of ordinary people.
Tips
for Traveling The Mekong River




Mekong River Cruise - A Floating Hotel
Cruising down the Mekong, a major transportation artery of Indochina, is not as complicated as it might sound.There are a range of options to explore areas along the riverbanks and beyond, making key stops along the way.Two Indochinese capitals– Vientiane(Laos) and Phnom Penh(Cambodia)– both sit on the banks of the Mekong as it flows south through Laos and into Cambodia before fanning out in to South Vietnam’ s Mekong Delta and eventually the sea.

A cruise experience on the Mekong will likely feature a variety of culturally distinctive elements.Aside from the traditional highlights of Indochina such as capital cities and Angkorian monuments, cruise ship itineraries will likely include visits to floating markets, colonial landmarks, ancient temples and quiet fishing villages nestled on the banks of freshwater islands.The length and variety of these excursions will largely depend on the amount of time the traveler has and how long the cruise package is, but there is certain to be enough to give travelers a really immersive experience.


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[diadiem]. Saigon - Cai Be - Can Tho - Chau Doc[/diadiem]

[mota]Toum Tiou is smallest cruise for Vietnam and Cambodia making possible an access to the smallest and remotest of villages
[/mota]

[hanhtrinh]Toum Tiou is smallest cruise for Vietnam and Cambodia making possible an access to the smallest and remotest of villages
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[cabin] Nhap thong tin [/cabin]

[day]6[/day]

[noibat]
Saigon - Siem Reap or vv - 8 day: from US$1390 / person
Phnom Penh - Siem Reap or vv - 3 days: from US$595 / person
Saigon - Phnom Penh or vv - 4 days: from US$650 / person
Note *: rates would vary depending on the cabin you would like to book, number of cabins and date of departures.We constantly offer big discount(upto US$350 off).Please book the tour or contact us @ info @xxx.com
for best available rate.
[/noibat]

[chitiet]
Life on board The Jayavarman Cruise Life on the Jayavarman is one luxurious experience after another. Allow us to paint – in your mind’s eye – the picture of romance, majesty and mystery that becomes you when you board the Jayavarman. You step out on to your private balcony, sipping your cocktail made with fruit from the land that envelops you. The sun sets gently and the charming countryside becomes a silhouette shining on the river. You soon realize that you’ve never been in a place so peaceful and so serene, occasionally punctuated by a child’s raucous laughter ringing from a nearby village. Darkness descends, signaling the time for a traditional feast. Food from the region is served by waiters who, by now, have become your friends. They are a tad shy yet they are proud to put on display their traditional attire and share their culture with you. After a night’s sleep, the soft rays of the sun warm your face. Thai Chi lessons await you on the upper sun deck, ready to connect you to the energy that is so plentiful in this cultured and spiritual place. At every corner, every river bend aboard this luxurious and majestic ship, new sights and new experiences are ready and waiting to be found.

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[gia]1,358[/gia]

[diadiem]. Saigon - Cai Be - Can Tho - Chau Doc[/diadiem]

[mota]Toum Tiou is smallest cruise for Vietnam and Cambodia making possible an access to the smallest and remotest of villages
[/mota]

[day]6[/day]

[hanhtrinh]Toum Tiou is smallest cruise for Vietnam and Cambodia making possible an access to the smallest and remotest of villages
[/hanhtrinh]

[cabin] Nhap thong tin [/cabin]

[noibat]
Saigon - Siem Reap or vv - 8 day: from US$1390 / person
Phnom Penh - Siem Reap or vv - 3 days: from US$595 / person
Saigon - Phnom Penh or vv - 4 days: from US$650 / person
Note *: rates would vary depending on the cabin you would like to book, number of cabins and date of departures.We constantly offer big discount(upto US$350 off).Please book the tour or contact us @ info @xxx.com
for best available rate.
[/noibat]

[chitiet]
Life on board The Jayavarman Cruise Life on the Jayavarman is one luxurious experience after another. Allow us to paint – in your mind’s eye – the picture of romance, majesty and mystery that becomes you when you board the Jayavarman. You step out on to your private balcony, sipping your cocktail made with fruit from the land that envelops you. The sun sets gently and the charming countryside becomes a silhouette shining on the river. You soon realize that you’ve never been in a place so peaceful and so serene, occasionally punctuated by a child’s raucous laughter ringing from a nearby village. Darkness descends, signaling the time for a traditional feast. Food from the region is served by waiters who, by now, have become your friends. They are a tad shy yet they are proud to put on display their traditional attire and share their culture with you. After a night’s sleep, the soft rays of the sun warm your face. Thai Chi lessons await you on the upper sun deck, ready to connect you to the energy that is so plentiful in this cultured and spiritual place. At every corner, every river bend aboard this luxurious and majestic ship, new sights and new experiences are ready and waiting to be found.

[/chitiet]





[gia]1,358[/gia]

[diadiem]. Saigon - Cai Be - Can Tho - Chau Doc - Phnom Penh - Siem Reap or vv - 8 days[/diadiem]

[mota]Toum Tiou is smallest cruise for Vietnam and Cambodia making possible an access to the smallest and remotest of villages
[/mota]

[day]6[/day]

[hanhtrinh]Toum Tiou is smallest cruise for Vietnam and Cambodia making possible an access to the smallest and remotest of villages
[/hanhtrinh]

[noibat]
Saigon - Siem Reap or vv - 8 day: from US$1390 / person
Phnom Penh - Siem Reap or vv - 3 days: from US$595 / person
Saigon - Phnom Penh or vv - 4 days: from US$650 / person
Note *: rates would vary depending on the cabin you would like to book, number of cabins and date of departures.We constantly offer big discount(upto US$350 off).Please book the tour or contact us @ info @xxx.com
for best available rate.
[/noibat]

[chitiet]
Life on board The Jayavarman Cruise Life on the Jayavarman is one luxurious experience after another. Allow us to paint – in your mind’s eye – the picture of romance, majesty and mystery that becomes you when you board the Jayavarman. You step out on to your private balcony, sipping your cocktail made with fruit from the land that envelops you. The sun sets gently and the charming countryside becomes a silhouette shining on the river. You soon realize that you’ve never been in a place so peaceful and so serene, occasionally punctuated by a child’s raucous laughter ringing from a nearby village. Darkness descends, signaling the time for a traditional feast. Food from the region is served by waiters who, by now, have become your friends. They are a tad shy yet they are proud to put on display their traditional attire and share their culture with you. After a night’s sleep, the soft rays of the sun warm your face. Thai Chi lessons await you on the upper sun deck, ready to connect you to the energy that is so plentiful in this cultured and spiritual place. At every corner, every river bend aboard this luxurious and majestic ship, new sights and new experiences are ready and waiting to be found.

[/chitiet]




[gia]1,758[/gia]

[diadiem]. Saigon - Cai Be - Can Tho - Chau Doc - Phnom Penh - Siem Reap or vv - 8 days[/diadiem]

[mota]Toum Tiou is smallest cruise for Vietnam and Cambodia making possible an access to the smallest and remotest of villages
[/mota]

[day]6[/day]

[noibat]
Saigon - Siem Reap or vv - 8 day: from US$1390 / person
Phnom Penh - Siem Reap or vv - 3 days: from US$595 / person
Saigon - Phnom Penh or vv - 4 days: from US$650 / person
Note *: rates would vary depending on the cabin you would like to book, number of cabins and date of departures.We constantly offer big discount(upto US$350 off).Please book the tour or contact us @ info @xxx.com
for best available rate.
[/noibat]

[chitiet]
Life on board The Jayavarman Cruise Life on the Jayavarman is one luxurious experience after another. Allow us to paint – in your mind’s eye – the picture of romance, majesty and mystery that becomes you when you board the Jayavarman. You step out on to your private balcony, sipping your cocktail made with fruit from the land that envelops you. The sun sets gently and the charming countryside becomes a silhouette shining on the river. You soon realize that you’ve never been in a place so peaceful and so serene, occasionally punctuated by a child’s raucous laughter ringing from a nearby village. Darkness descends, signaling the time for a traditional feast. Food from the region is served by waiters who, by now, have become your friends. They are a tad shy yet they are proud to put on display their traditional attire and share their culture with you. After a night’s sleep, the soft rays of the sun warm your face. Thai Chi lessons await you on the upper sun deck, ready to connect you to the energy that is so plentiful in this cultured and spiritual place. At every corner, every river bend aboard this luxurious and majestic ship, new sights and new experiences are ready and waiting to be found.

[/chitiet]




[gia]1,758[/gia]

[diadiem]. Saigon - Cai Be - Can Tho - Chau Doc - Phnom Penh - Siem Reap or vv - 8 days[/diadiem]

[mota]Toum Tiou is smallest cruise for Vietnam and Cambodia making possible an access to the smallest and remotest of villages
[/mota]

[day]4/5/6[/day]

[noibat]
Saigon - Siem Reap or vv - 8 day: from US$1390 / person
Phnom Penh - Siem Reap or vv - 3 days: from US$595 / person
Saigon - Phnom Penh or vv - 4 days: from US$650 / person
Note *: rates would vary depending on the cabin you would like to book, number of cabins and date of departures.We constantly offer big discount(upto US$350 off).Please book the tour or contact us @ info @xxx.com
for best available rate.
[/noibat]

[chitiet]
Life on board The Jayavarman Cruise Life on the Jayavarman is one luxurious experience after another. Allow us to paint – in your mind’s eye – the picture of romance, majesty and mystery that becomes you when you board the Jayavarman. You step out on to your private balcony, sipping your cocktail made with fruit from the land that envelops you. The sun sets gently and the charming countryside becomes a silhouette shining on the river. You soon realize that you’ve never been in a place so peaceful and so serene, occasionally punctuated by a child’s raucous laughter ringing from a nearby village. Darkness descends, signaling the time for a traditional feast. Food from the region is served by waiters who, by now, have become your friends. They are a tad shy yet they are proud to put on display their traditional attire and share their culture with you. After a night’s sleep, the soft rays of the sun warm your face. Thai Chi lessons await you on the upper sun deck, ready to connect you to the energy that is so plentiful in this cultured and spiritual place. At every corner, every river bend aboard this luxurious and majestic ship, new sights and new experiences are ready and waiting to be found.

[/chitiet]



[gia]1,758[/gia]

[diadiem]. Saigon - Cai Be - Can Tho - Chau Doc - Phnom Penh - Siem Reap or vv - 8 days[/diadiem]

[mota]Toum Tiou is smallest cruise for Vietnam and Cambodia making possible an access to the smallest and remotest of villages
[/mota]

[day]4/5/6[/day]

[noibat]
Saigon - Siem Reap or vv - 8 day: from US$1390 / person
Phnom Penh - Siem Reap or vv - 3 days: from US$595 / person
Saigon - Phnom Penh or vv - 4 days: from US$650 / person
Note *: rates would vary depending on the cabin you would like to book, number of cabins and date of departures.We constantly offer big discount(upto US$350 off).Please book the tour or contact us @ info @xxx.com
for best available rate.
[/noibat]

[chitiet]
Life on board The Jayavarman Cruise Life on the Jayavarman is one luxurious experience after another. Allow us to paint – in your mind’s eye – the picture of romance, majesty and mystery that becomes you when you board the Jayavarman. You step out on to your private balcony, sipping your cocktail made with fruit from the land that envelops you. The sun sets gently and the charming countryside becomes a silhouette shining on the river. You soon realize that you’ve never been in a place so peaceful and so serene, occasionally punctuated by a child’s raucous laughter ringing from a nearby village. Darkness descends, signaling the time for a traditional feast. Food from the region is served by waiters who, by now, have become your friends. They are a tad shy yet they are proud to put on display their traditional attire and share their culture with you. After a night’s sleep, the soft rays of the sun warm your face. Thai Chi lessons await you on the upper sun deck, ready to connect you to the energy that is so plentiful in this cultured and spiritual place. At every corner, every river bend aboard this luxurious and majestic ship, new sights and new experiences are ready and waiting to be found.

[/chitiet]