Enjoy this tour of a lifetime through Indochina and create enduring travel memories in a unique part of the world.

Traversing Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Thailand and Myanmar over 27 days, you’ll gain a deep insight to all dimensions of Southeast Asia. Engage in the diverse culture, history, food, and people of each country. Marvel at both natural and manmade landmarks which have evolved over millennia. Experience a personal touch on tour with knowledgeable, local, English-speaking guides in every destination. Inclusive of all in-tour transfers, 26 nights hotel/onboard accommodation, economy class air travel; daily buffet breakfast, cruise journeys in Mekong and Halong bay; driver transport; airport transfers, and much more, why wait to create your next beautiful travel memories?


  • Upon arrival Siem Reap airport you’ll be warmly welcomed by our professional English speaking guide and transferred to your hotel.

    Meals included: None

  • Today you will be driven to the south gate of Angkor Thom, the entrance to the once-glorious capital of the Khmer Empire. This massive historical site encompasses a series of eminent structures, such as the Bayon Temple, famed for the multitude of serene and vivid carvings, Elephant Terrace, a giant reviewing stand for Angkor’s King to greet his victorious army, Preah Khan and Ta Prohm Temple, a famous location in the film Tomb Raider. After the lunch break, the trip continues to the world-renowned Angkor Wat Temple, the UNESCO World Heritage Site. While here you will be transferred to the Pre Rup Temple, acknowledged as one of the best spots in Angkor to catch an impressive sunset, weather permitting.

    Meals included: Breakfast


    Dress Code: Revealing clothes, such as shorts and skirts above the knees and showing bare shoulders are prohibited in sacred places. Respectful dress is strongly recommended in Angkor.

    Smoking: Smoking inside the temple is prohibited at all times.

    Public holiday closures: The Bakan Tower (Central Tower) of Angkor Wat Temple is closed on Buddhist Sabbath Days (Buddhist religious days which occur four days each month. On these days, the tower cannot be climbed.

  • Commence the day with exploration of Kompong Khleang Floating Village, perhaps the most authentic of Cambodia’s floating villages of stilt houses built within the floodplain of the Tonle Sap Lake. During the dry season when the lake is low, the buildings in the villages seem to soar atop their 6 meter stilts exposed by the lack of water. Villagers then move out onto the lake and build temporary stilted houses, returning in the wet season when water level rises again. Traveling on, arrive at the Wat Thmei, Killing Field, featuring a unique glass-walled stupa containing the bones of victims of the Khmer Rouge. Some of the bones were recovered from a nearby well while others are the remains of soldiers who died on a nearby battlefield.

    Proceeding to Les Chantiers Ecoles Artisans D' Angkor, you will be able to observe a workshop that teaches the unique craft of wood and stone carving in the tradition and style of classic Cambodian artistry, before stopping at Wat Preah Prum Rath, the second oldest pagoda in Siem Reap.

    Meals included: Breakfast

  • After taking a morning flight to Ho Chi Minh City, you’ll be met by our guide and taken to visit the Ben Thanh Market. There you can mix with locals going about their daily lives while you check out the variety of goods on offer, before heading to the hotel. Gain an overview of the spirit of the people and what they have overcome from turbulent history of Vietnam on display at the War Remnants Museum, featuring artefacts and records of hostilities against French, Japanese and American incursions. Also of significance to the country’s history is the Independence Palace commemorating the declaration of independence and rejoining of the south with the north.

    A strong French colonial influence is evident at Notre Dame Cathedral and an amazing fusion of French and Vietnamese architecture within Saigon Central Post Office. Further remnants of French colonial architecture can be found strolling along Dong Khoi Street, now mixed with high rise and populated with designer shops, restaurants and entertainment.

    Meals included: Breakfast

  • Before arriving at today's main destination - Cu Chi Tunnels – savor the experience of visiting an organic agricultural garden where you’ll enjoy lunch after a private cooking class.

    In the afternoon you have a challenging opportunity to explore the incredible underground Cu Chi Tunnel network, which was constructed by Vietnamese fighters during the long struggle for independence. The below-ground network providing living and restorative capability formed an essential part of their strategy for success. Some tunnels have been enlarged to accommodate visitors. Following a drive back to the hotel you will be free to relax for a pleasant Saigon sunset and enjoyable night.

    Meals included: Breakfast

  • In the morning, you will leave Ho Chi Minh City to visit Cai Thia, passing through Cai Be, in the Mekong Delta. From here, witness local life from a different perspective as you ride a bicycle along paths that wind through plantations, vegetable gardens and tropical vegetation. You will pass peaceful villages and cycle along narrow canals, before stopping at a local family to sip tea and enjoy local fruits. After lunch at a guesthouse, jump aboard a rowing boat for further exploration on the river after which a local boat will return you to dock. From here, continue your journey to Can Tho where you’ll spend the night.

    Meals included: Breakfast

    Note: The route for today’s cycling activity is between 5 and 10 kilometers and a maximum 1 hour travel.

  • Start today’s trip with a boat cruise on sparking streams of the mighty Mekong River to Cai Rang Floating Market, where hundreds of boats loaded with fruits, vegetables and fish jostle for trade and sellers shout loudly to advertise their wares. In the afternoon, you will be driven to Can Tho airport for your flight to Da Nang. On arrival you’ll be greeted by your local guide and transferred to the hotel in Hoi An.

    Meals included: Breakfast

  • Today, on a light excursion around the tiny town of Hoi An, you will be able to explore picturesque cultural sites such as the ancient Japanese Covered Bridge, Fukian Assembly Hall (Phuc Kien) and Cantonese Assembly Hall (Quan Cong Temple), and the Old House of Tan Ky, home of a former Vietnamese merchant. A boat ride on the Hoai River in the afternoon leads to Thanh Ha Pottery Village, where making pottery is still practiced in the traditional way and you can watch the locals at work.

    Pay a visit to the Precious Heritage Museum and see photographic work by Rehahn, a French photographer who shares his adventures in Vietnam. Tra Que Vegetable Village is a charming vegetable village which produces fresh leaves, vegetables and fruits for the local community. You may enjoy an opportunity a cooking class learning Hoi An culinary specialties.

    The evening is yours to explore charming Hoi An, taking in a highly recommended visit to the Hoi An night market.

    Meals included: Breakfast

  • Enjoy a relaxing morning in Hoi An, before being driven to Hue. On route, you’ll have a chance to tour Da Nang, visiting Non Nuoc Beach, the Da Nang Museum of Cham Sculpture and the famous Marble Mountains. On route take in the spectacular view to the ocean from Hai Van Pass. On arrival in Hue in the afternoon, you are free to explore the city.

    Meals included: Breakfast

  • Get a fine experience of Hue today with a visit to the Imperial City of Hue, where you can stroll around this Forbidden Purple City site to see the Halls of Mandarins. At every turn there are things to broaden your knowledge, experience and understanding of Vietnamese history. Continue the tour to the majestic Minh Mang Tomb and a sail along the Perfume River in a royal dragon boat to the serene Thien Mu Pagoda. Later, you will be transferred to the bustling Dong Ba Market where you can get up close to local life and sample some of the exotic wares.

    Meals included: Breakfast

  • Enjoy the free time in the early morning until it is time to leave to catch your flight to Hanoi. Upon arrival, check into the hotel, then walk through Hanoi’s Old Quarter street markets with a local guide who’s passionate about food to discover the exotic flavors of Vietnam with fellow food-lovers. You can sample fruit, hawker street food and local specialties like pork crepes. Visit Hanoi’s largest covered market, Dong Xuan for a personalized taste encounter with Hanoi’s best street food on this walking tour.

    Meals included: Breakfast

  • In the morning, spend some leisure time on Ba Dinh Square, site of the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum. Later, visit Ho Chi Minh’s House on Stilts, the nearby One Pillar Pagoda and Vietnam’s Confucius Center and first university, the Temple of Literature. In the afternoon, proceed to Hoa Lo Prison (called the Hanoi Hilton by American POWs), followed by the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology, the best place to learn about Vietnam’s 54 ethnic groups from the rich collections of objects, photos, video tapes and cassettes. Pay a visit to a local craftsman’s house to learn how the water puppets are made and enjoy a unique water puppet show, a favorite experience for all visitors to Vietnam and a highlight of any Vietnam tour.

    Meals included: Breakfast

    Note: Please note the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is closed on Fridays and Mondays and most museums are closed on Mondays. Your guide may adjust the itinerary accordingly.

  • The next day and a half promises the enriching experience of a Halong Bay cruise, beginning with a 2.5-hour drive from Hanoi to the World Heritage site. Over 1,600 limestone karst islands dot the bay, traditional sampans and junks sail the glittering waters, grottos, thick forests, and hidden coves complete a movie-magical picture. Check in for the cruise at midday, in time to be served a buffet lunch, before embarking on a memorable ocean adventure. Along the way a variety of optional activities like kayaking, swimming, diving can add to the fun of this trip.

    Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner

  • Continue your leisurely Halong Bay cruise today until brunch is finished (around 10:00am-10:30am). Disembark the boat at approximately 11:00am. The guide and driver will then take you to the airport in Hanoi for your flight to Luang Prabang, where our guide will meet you and transfer you to the hotel. Take advantage of a special chance to get acquainted with the local culture by attending the Baci Ceremony at a local house in the evening. A visit to the night market is a perfect way to explore the authentic local life and to find excellent travel mementos.

    Meals included: Brunch

  • An optional early start offers a special opportunity to participate in the daily Morning Alms Giving Ceremony of saffron-clad monks collecting offerings of alms (ubiquitous sticky rice) from faithful residents. This tradition is very unique in Laos, being the only Buddhist nation still preserving the procession. From there you’ll visit the morning Phosi Market, where diverse offerings as dried buffalo skin, local tea and saltpeter among the chickens, vegetables and hill-tribe weavings can be seen. A tour of the Old Town takes in the city’s oldest temples of Wat Sene and the magnificent Wat Xieng Thong, with its roofs sweeping low to the ground in classical Laotian architectural style. Learn more about the ethnic culture from the perspective of an American by taking a private tour at the TAEC center.

    After lunch, on a cruise upstream on the Mekong River, enjoy breathtaking views through the tranquil countryside, before exploring the mysterious Pak Ou Caves. Here two linked caves are crammed with thousands of gold lacquered Buddha statues of various shapes and sizes left by pilgrims. You will be returned to your hotel and free to enjoy your evening.

    Meals included: Breakfast

  • You will be picked up by your guide and then begin a short trip, travelling through the valley and passing local villages along the way. After reaching the Hmong ethnic community of Ban Long Lao Kao, you will have the opportunity to visit and take in the sights of the village. Then, start your hike to the famous Khuang Si waterfalls, walking through vegetable gardens, rice fields and forests under the shade of hardwood trees, such as rosewood and ebony. After arriving at the Khuang Si waterfalls, enjoy a delicious picnic in the natural surroundings of the area. Enjoy a rest, or the chance to go swimming, before heading back to Luang Prabang. Take advantage of the optional visit to Ock Opo Tok, a sustainably operated Living Crafts Center established to provide opportunities for local women through the preservation of traditional weaving and handcrafts. Purchase unique Laos textiles here and take home a beautiful travel memento.

    Meals included: Breakfast

  • First tour stop after breakfast is the National Museum (closed Tuesdays) at the former Royal Palace. On display is a wonderful collection of artifacts reflecting the richness of Lao culture dating from the days of the early kings, right through to the last sovereign. Mix with locals at the Central Market experiencing the bustling atmosphere and explore a range of food and products for what might take your fancy. You are free to enjoy leisure time until transfer to the airport for the flight to Chiang Mai.

    Meals included: Breakfast

  • After an early morning pick up from the hotel, you will be driven approximately 50 minutes north through rolling hills, forest, and local farming areas to arrive at the Kanta Elephant Sanctuary. Ethical, sustainable eco-tourism is promoted in this retirement home for elephants that have previously work hard for tourism, entertainment or in the logging industry.

    Throughout the day you will gain an insight into elephants’ life and their story while spending time with them in a safe area. As you walk through the sanctuary, learn about the elephants, before changing into traditional clothing to prepare fruit for their food. You have a chance to feed, interact and play with the elephants in a natural environment, all the while learning about their behavior and history.

    Photo opportunities abound as you walk with the elephants to a river and bathe them. Enjoy delicious Pad Thai for lunch at the sanctuary. Afterwards, prepare and cook sticky rice mixed with herbs for the elephants. Get to learn more about their background, health care, and common behaviors. Have more fun with them in the pool by giving them a bath and mud scrub and taking pictures with them.

    Refreshments will be served before departing the sanctuary for your hotel.

    Meals included: Breakfast

  • Take a journey of spiritual discovery in Chiang Mai with a visit to Wat Phra That Doi Suthep, admiring the intricate naga carvings along the way. Upon reaching the top, explore the 14th century pagoda and hear about its origins. Wander around the towering gilded stupa and take a moment to enjoy the views of Chiang Mai in the distance. Return down the mountain to continue along the trail to Wat Suan Dok. A 48-metre golden chedi built in the Sri Lankan style marks this holy site, said to hold a unique Buddha relic. Wander around the mausoleum where the ashes of Chiang Mai’s royal family are interred.

    In the afternoon, you will be transferred to Chiang Mai airport for your flight to Bangkok. You’ll be met on arrival in Bangkok and driven to the hotel for check in. The evening is yours to enjoy at leisure.

    Meals included: Breakfast

  • Today’s tour begins at 8am, when you will be collected from the hotel to take a closer look at Thai Buddhist culture.

    First stop is a trip to Wat Pho, arguably Bangkok’s most enchanting temple, arriving as the resident monks gather for their morning chants. Witness this deeply spiritual ritual and gain a better sense of Thailand’s Buddhist heritage. On a walk around Wat Pho there is a vast collection of religious treasures to see. Admire the famed reclining Buddha image, which stretches 45-metres in length. Learn about the symbolism of the Buddha’s intricate footprint and witness devotees making offerings to this revered image.

    The tour continues to the nearby Grand Palace, which has served as the seat of Thailand's revered royal family for more than two centuries. You are free to choose lunch at a local restaurant before travelling by long-tail boat through Bangkok’s canals to discover the true heart of the city. The journey begins with a ride along the Chao Phraya River, also known as the ‘River of Kings’. Admire the passing skyline where glittering pagodas stand in the shadows of towering skyscrapers. Make a stop at the Royal Barges National Museum. See the eight spectacular boats used by Thailand’s Royal Family to mark special occasions. Carved from teak and intricately decorated with gold leaf and mosaics, the barges are a truly impressive site. Go ashore at Wat Arun, a 79-metre-high pagoda built in a style similar to Angkor Wat. Meaning ‘Temple of Dawn’, Wat Arun is one of Thailand’s most beautiful temples and the perfect last stop on the day’s tour.    

    Meals included: Breakfast

  • This full day tour begins at 8:00am, travelling by van and boat to explore Thailand's ancient capital and cultural heartland. A 90 minute drive will bring you to the UNESCO World Heritage-listed city of Ayutthaya. The city was established as the royal capital in the 14th century and rapidly became the largest city in all of Asia, with grandiose temples and an impressive network of canals.

    Although much of the city was destroyed in 1767 when the Burmese army invaded, there is still plenty of evidence of its former grandeur. Visit the main sites, admiring their unique architectural styles and learn about the history of the former city. Tour Wat Phra Si Sanphet, a classic example of Ayutthaya architecture and former home to a 16-metre high, gold-covered Buddha which was melted down by the Burmese.

    Continue to Wat Yai Chai Mongkhon, with an impressive collection of seated Buddha images, and Wat Mahathat where a tree has, over the course of several decades, grown around a stone carving of the Buddha’s face. Stroll through Ayutthaya’s local market and take a walk through the town's Muslim Quarter which offers the opportunity to sample an unusual local delicacy, candy floss roti.

    At midday begin the return boat trip from Ayutthaya to Bangkok with a one-hour drive to the banks of the Chao Phraya River. Board an air-conditioned riverboat and cruise down the river, commonly referred to as ‘The River of Kings’. The journey takes three hours, allowing for plenty of time to observe the passing scenery of riverside life. Arrive in Bangkok in the late afternoon and transfer back to the hotel to stay overnight.

    Meals included: Breakfast

  • A morning flight will take you to Yangon, where you will be welcomed by our guide and transferred to the hotel for a short break. A memorable tour of Yangon begins with a visit to its most significant landmark, the Shwedagon Pagoda, a resplendent gilded pagoda standing high up on a hill. Get a feel for the political history and social significance of the Sule Pagoda, the rallying point for protest in the center of the city. On a leisurely stroll you walk through Maha Bandoola Park onto bustling Indian Town and Chinatown, coloring the international flavor of the city. Time permitting, you may enjoy shopping in the Bogyoke Aung San Market (closed on Mondays) where you can bargain for souvenirs and other local fare.

    Meals included: Breakfast

  • A morning flight will take you to the ancient city of Bagan, where the first stop on arrival is the Nyaung U Market. The Shwezigon Pagoda, the oldest pagoda in Bagan is significant, being the only pagoda built from stone. Continue your journey to the Gubyaukgyi Temple featuring an exquisite 13th century mural painting, followed by a visit to the Htilominlo Temple. In the late afternoon, enjoy an unforgettable Bagan sunset as you traverse the city by horse-drawn cart.

    Meals included: Breakfast

  • Experience the peak 11th to 13th century history of this former capital of the Bagan kingdom that has become Myanmar through the archaeological and architectural wonders of its temples. Highlights today include visits to the Dhammayangyi temple, Sulamani Temple and Manuha Temple built by exiled King Manuha, and the Oak-Kyaung monastery decorated with multicolor murals. The Ananda Temple, is an architectural masterpiece and the Shwesandaw pagoda, one of the taller pagodas in Bagan at a height of 328 feet, is an imposing structure visible from far away, rising from the plains of Bagan. From temples to contemplation: transfer to the jetty in Old Bagan for a pleasant boat cruise along the Ayeyarwaddy River, exploring local scenery, farms and countryside, and gazing at the sunset over the river before returning to the hotel.

    Meals included: Breakfast

  • A morning flight will take you to Heho, from where you will be driven by car approximately one hour (25 km) to Nyaung Shwe, gateway to Inle Lake, a high altitude freshwater lake in the heart of Shan Highlands. Along the way there will be a stop at the Monastery Shwe Yan Pyay, built entirely of teak, before continuing to the jetty for boat transfer to the hotel. Gain a fuller appreciation of the delight and diversity of the lake later in the day when you cruise by boat in and around the floating gardens and visit local tribal villages like Inn Paw Khon and Nam Pan to see locals in their element, busy in their handcraft workshops.

    Meals included: Breakfast

  • This morning your tour guide will take you to the Indein Village and Indein Pagoda complex, the most significant and prestigious religious area around the Inle Lake. Afterwards, head for the Phaung Daw Oo Pagoda, one of the most popular religious sanctuaries around Myanmar, known for enshrining five Buddha statues from the 12th century. Lastly, proceed to the Nga Phe Chaung Monastery and stay overnight in your Inle Lake hotel.

    Meals included: Breakfast

  • A transfer will take you to Heho to join a connecting flight to Yangon for your international departure flight, concluding your tour.

    Meals included: Breakfast


  • Admission fees: to sightseeing spots and activities specified
  • Accommodation: hotels based on double/twin occupancy as specified
  • Meals: as specified in the itinerary
  • Tour guide: excellent private English-speaking guide
  • Transportation: Economy class flights between Siem Reap/Ho Chi Minh City/,Can Tho/Da Nang, Hue/Hanoi/Luang Prabang/Chang Mai/ Bangkok/Yangon/Bagan/ Heho/Yangon
  • Halong Bay Cruise
  • Boat trip on Inle Lake
  • Transfers: land transfer with drivers as specified
  • Travel Agency Liability Insurance during the tour
  • Government taxes and fees.
  • International flights to Siem Reap and from Yangon
  • Visa fees
  • Gratuities to guides and drivers and any expense of a personal nature
  • Our tour package does not include travel insurance. Please purchase travel insurance before your trip to provide for any unforeseen circumstances.

Important Information

Important information – PRIVATE TOUR
  • This is a private tour for your group of family or friends. No other travelers will join you. It's always available for your schedule!
  • Smart casual dress and comfortable walking shoes are recommended.
  • Prices Based on Twin Occupancy
  • The prices shown above are not valid during Official Holidays (such as Christmas Holiday, New Year's Holiday, National Holiday or other festival occasions in each country etc.)
  • The tour guide may adjust the itinerary due to closure of the museums each Monday.
  • Any city not included in the existing tour package can be blended into as Private tour.
  • Entering and exiting Cambodia from Vietnam, Thailand and Laos are also available.
  • Stays at entering and exiting cities (Siem Reap and Yangon) can be extended.
Important information – FOR SMALL GROUP TOUR
  • This is a small group tour with fixed itinerary and guaranteed departures. You'll travel with other like-minded people.
  • Smart casual dress and comfortable walking shoes are recommended.
  • The tour guide may adjust the itinerary due to closure of the museums on each Monday.
  • Stays at entering and exiting cities (Siem Reap and Yangon) can be extended.
  • The prices shown above are not valid during Official Holidays (such as Christmas Holiday, New Year's Holiday, National Holiday or other festival occasions in each country etc.)
  • Prices based on Twin Occupancy
  • The maximum number of passengers in a small group tour is 12 people.

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      IndochinaEscapes, sister company of ChinaTours, was extremely helpful in putting together my trip to Vietnam with a stop in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Candy, my travel consultant, was always quick to respond and accommodate my requests. I had a very nice time, and everything went well. All the hotels were terrific; I especially love the first hotel in Hanoi. The location and staff are perfect. All the guides were very informative and were a great help in making the trip a good one.

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      Tour Route: Hanoi, Halong Bay, Hoi An, Hue, Ho Chi Minh City, My Tho, Can Tho, Siem Reap

      What a wonderful trip to Vietnam and Cambodia! Your tour guides and drivers were great and the hotels were wonderful. The whole vacation was planned perfectly for us and we really enjoyed flexibility and convenience of a private tour. Thanks to all of you who put this vacation together for us, we will definitely use Chinatours.com the next time we vacation in Asia.

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      Tour Route: Hanoi, Halong Bay, Hoi An, Hue, Ho Chi Minh City, Mekong Delta

      Firstly a big big thank you to you and your colleagues we had an amazing time and journey through Vietnam. We have returned with unforgettable experiences and memories hopefully when our photos are developed they will do justice to our trip.
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      Tour Route: Halong Bay, Hoi An, Hue, Ho Chi Minh City, Siem Reap, Bangkok, Ayutthaya

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