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Amalotus Cruise – Vietnam & Cambodia 16 Days/15 Nights

from/per person $2,950
  • Indochina Cruises
  • Access for disabled
  • Audio guide
  • Groups allowed
  • Hotel
  • Tour guides


The 124-passenger AmaLotus (2011) features ultra-spacious 624-sq. ft. Suites; ten Jr. Suites at 290 sq. ft. and standard staterooms at 226 sq. ft., with 90 percent of her staterooms boasting outside balconies.

Route:  Hanoi – Halong bay Overnight Junk – Siem Riep, Cambodia – Angkor – Siem Riep/Tonle Sap Lake – Embarkation – Kampong Chhnang – Kampong Tralach – Oudong – Chong Koh – Phnom Penh – Border Crossing – Tan Chau, Vietnam – Sadec – Xeo Quyt – Caibe – Ho Chi Minh City

Day 1: Arrive in Hanoi, Vietnam

Day 2: Hanoi

Day 3: Hanoi – Halong bay Overnight Junk

Day 4: Halong Bay – Siem Riep, Cambodia

Day 5: Siem Riep – Angkor

Day 6: Siem Riep – Angkor

Day 7: Siem Riep/Tonle Sap Lake – Embarkation – Kampong Chhnang

Day 8: Kampong Chhnang – Kampong Tralach – Oudong

Day 9: Chong Koh – Phnom Penh

Day 10: Phnom Penh

Day 11: Phnom Penh – Border Crossing _ Tan Chau, Vietnam

Day 12: Tan Chau – Sadec

Day 13: Sadec – Xeo Quyt – Caibe

Day 14: Ho Chi Minh City – Disembarkation

Day 15: Ho Chi Minh City

Day 16: Depart Ho Chi Minh City


  • Accommodation centrally located 4 star hotels as per detail itinerary with a twin sharing room with daily breakfast.
  • Daily tours and all meals as per itinerary with (B, L, D)
  • Twin sharing cabin on the cruises
  • Private A/C transportation
  • All sightseeing tickets as indicated in the itinerary
  • Professional English speaking tour guide on each location.
  • Complimentary water on touring day


  • International & Domestic flights
  • Visa fee
  • Other personal expenses
  • Tip Gratuities


Day 1: Arrive in Hanoi, Vietnam

Welcome to Hanoi, Vietnam’s vibrant capital city, known for its graceful colonial architecture, frenetic streets, verdant parks and ancient temples. After your airport greeting, transfer to the hotel. The remainder of the day is yours to explore the city on your own, or perhaps, visit the fabled Old Quarter.

Day 2: Hanoi

A morning sightseeing tour will take you to Hanoi’s most famous historical and cultural sites: Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, Ba Dinh Square, One-pillar Pagoda and The Temple of Literature. In the afternoon, experience an authentic rickshaw ride (known as “cyclo”) in the Old Quarter, followed by a traditional water puppet show. (B)

Day 3: Hanoi - Halong bay Overnight Junk

After breakfast, depart Hanoi for a scenic motor coach ride to one of Vietnam’s most renowned locations, Ha Long Bay. Board a traditional wooden Junk that combines classic beauty with modern conveniences, plus luxurious overnight accommodations. Set sail to discover the Bay’s magnificent scenery set amidst stunning limestone cliffs. That evening, you’ll enjoy dinner on board and overnight on the Junk. (B,L,D)

Day 4: Halong Bay - Siem Riep, Cambodia

This morning, your Ha Long Bay Junk continues its scenic cruising while a delightful breakfast is served in the dining lounge. Late morning, disembark for a motor coach transfer to Hanoi Airport. After a short flight, arrive in Siem Reap, Cambodia, gateway to Angkor, the former capital of the Khmer empire and one of the most renowned archeological sites in all of South East Asia. (B,L,D)

Day 5: Siem Riep - Angkor

After breakfast, begin a guided sightseeing tour of the Angkor Archaeological Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Highlights include Angkor Thom, the newly restored Baphuon Temple, Terrace of the Elephants, Terrace of the Leper King and the Bayon. This afternoon, travel through the rural countryside to visit the pink sandstone temple of Banteay Srei, known as the shrine of the women. Afterwards we will visit the English-language school sponsored by AmaWaterways in the village of Ta Toum. (B,D)

Day 6: Siem Riep - Angkor

This morning we will visit the most iconic of all Angkorian temples – Angkor Wat. The world’s largest religious temple complex was built in the early 12th century by the Khmer King Suryavarman II and dedicated to the Hindu god Vishnu. We will also visit Ta Prohm, the temple famous for its intertwined trees (showcased in the film Tomb Raider). (B)

Day 7: Siem Riep/Tonle Sap Lake - Embarkation - Kampong Chhnang

Welcome aboard your luxurious vessel, moored at Tonle Sap Lake. The great lake dominates Cambodia and is known for its profuse bird life and tranquil fishing villages. Meet your fellow travelers at the Welcome Dinner as you cruise to Kampong Chhnang. The ship moors overnight. (B,L,D)

Day 8: Kampong Chhnang - Kampong Tralach - Oudong

After breakfast, a motor boat excursion takes you into the lakeside wetlands that form the mouth of the Tonle Sap River. Enjoy a stunning variety of bird life and see numerous great fish traps some over a half-mile long. After your excursion, return to your vessel and cast off towards Kampong Tralach. An afternoon tour includes an oxcart ride from the river bank through the countryside to the beautiful Wat Kampong Tralach Pleu. Tour the pagodas, and then board a motor coach to Oudong, the former capital of Cambodia, where you will tour the Buddhist monastery. After the visit, you motor coach will take you to your vessel, which will cruise towards the village of Chong Koh. (B,L,D)

Day 9: Chong Koh - Phnom Penh

This morning, visit the Chong Koh silk weaving village for a leisurely walk. Your vessel then departs for Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia. An afternoon walking tour provides an orientation to this spectacular city. Return to the vessel for dinner followed by a special Khmer folk performance on board. The vessel moors overnight in Phnom Penh. (B,L,D)

Day 10: Phnom Penh

A morning tour explores the highlights of Cambodia’s capital city, famous for its French colonial architecture, busy cafes, vibrant nightlife and renovated river “corniche.” Visit the Royal Palace and the spectacular Silver Pagoda. The National Museum is another highlight, with outstanding displays of Khmer crafts. After lunch onboard, another excursion leads to the infamous Killing Fields and the Khmer Rouge’s grim Tuol Sleng or S21 detention centre (Genocide Museum) situated in the suburbs of the city. An overnight on the waterfront provides an opportunity to dine in one of many nearby restaurants and experience Phnom Penh’s vibrant nightlife, should passengers so choose. (B,L,D)

Day 11: Phnom Penh - Border Crossing _ Tan Chau, Vietnam

Spend a day cruising the Mekong River and crossing the border into Vietnam. Your vessel moors at the small town of Tan Chau, Vietnam. (B,L,D)

Day 12: Tan Chau - Sadec

After breakfast, transfer to small boats, which will navigate through narrow channels to visit an evergreen island. You will also visit a catfish farm and a rattan mat and slipper-making workshop. Back ashore, a traditional “xe-loi” (trishaw) awaits to transport you around Tan Chau. In the afternoon, your vessel cruises downstream to Sa Dec, where it will moor overnight. (B,L,D)

Day 13: Sadec - Xeo Quyt - Caibe

In the morning board a local boat for Sa Dec. Once ashore, you will tour the town noteworthy as the place where the French writer Marguerite Duras spent many years in her youth. Visit a local market, Fujian Temple and the house of Mr. Huynh Thuy Le, Duras’ Chinese paramour, which is now a small museum. Afterwards board a motor coach for Xeo Quyt, used as a base during the French and U.S. wars and now an important ecological site, with its jungle overgrowth. After lunch on board, a local boat will take you to Cai Be’s spectacular floating market; then you will go ashore to see candy and rice paper workshops. This evening, enjoy a gourmet Farewell Dinner on board. (B,L,D)

Day 14: Ho Chi Minh City - Disembarkation

Your cruise comes to an end as the ship docks at My Tho Port, followed by a transfer to Ho Chi Minh City. As the capital of the French colony of Cochinchina, Saigon was known as “Paris of the Orient.” Today, Vietnam’s largest city is an industrial, cultural and educational hub, but still retains vestiges of its colonial past. Upon arriving in Ho Chi Minh City, you will enjoy a city tour that explores famous landmarks, such as the former Presidential Palace, Central Post Office and Notre Dame Cathedral; Cho Lon (China Town) and its famous Binh Tay market and Thien Hau pagoda. Overnight at a luxurious hotel in Ho Chi Minh City. (B,L)

Day 15: Ho Chi Minh City

Today is free to explore Ho Chi Minh City on your own, perhaps venturing to nearby shops and markets for mementos of your Southeast Asian odyssey. (B)

Day 16: Depart Ho Chi Minh City

Transfer to the airport for your homeward flight. (B)


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