2018 : Ultimate Southeast Asia & The Majestic Mekong with Sapa - Northbound (WBSS) - Siem Reap

25 Day River Cruise from Bangkok to Hanoi

It's about you. You are the reason we've used our 85-plus years of travel expertise to design the very best river cruise experience. Inspired by you, we've taken everything special about river cruising and made it even better. Here are some of the features and amenities you'll experience on board our Avalon ships.

  • Intimate cruise experience with maximum capacity of 36 people
  • Selection of Local FavoritesSM offering unique cultural activities & interactions with locals
  • More cruising! Avalon has eliminated hours of motorcoach travel time*
  • Superior hotels selected by our regional experts
  • Certified Local Guide with all excursions
  • Headsets for all guided shore excursions
  • Bottled water on all excursions
  • Fresh fruit & tea after all ship excursions
  • Panorama Suite with 245 sq. ft of living space and huge wall-to-wall window measuring 14 feet
  • Comfort Collection BedsSM, featuring premium mattress covers
  • Large private bathrooms featuring full shower with glass door, hairdryer, and premium bath amenities
  • Spacious closets with shelves for ample storage
  • Easy under-bed luggage storage
  • Bathrobes & slippers
  • Complimentary coffee, tea, soft drinks, and local beer/spirits throughout the day at the bar
  • Bar serving premium spirits
  • Daily early riser coffee & tea
  • Delectable regional & Western cuisine with all meals
  • Full buffet breakfast & lunch with live cooking station
  • Four course a la carte dinner with choice of salads, soups, entrees, and dessert Complimentary local beer/spirits, soft drinks and coffee & tea with all onboard meals
  • Complimentary wine with all onboard lunches & dinners
  • Friendly, English-speaking crew
  • Non-smoking interior
  • And, much more

    *Depending on water levels

    Highlights & Sightseeing

    Cruise: 7-night cruise in a Panorama SuiteSM with Avalon's exclusive Comfort Collection BedsSM. Enjoy an intimate river cruise experience with a maximum of 36 guests on board.

    Day 1 Arrive Bangkok: welcome to Thailand

    Day 2 Bangkok: boat ride on klongs; visit the Grand Palace, Temple of the Emerald Buddha, and the Temple of the Reclining Buddha

    Day 3 Bangkok: day at leisure

    Day 4 Bangkok-Ho Chi Minh City: fly to Ho Chi Minh City; time at leisure

    Day 5 Ho Chi Minh City: walking tour; visit the famous Rex Hotel for a drink, War Remnants Museum, and Ben Thanh Market; cooking class

    Day 6 Ho Chi Minh City: Cu Chi Tunnels excursion

    Day 7 Ho Chi Minh City (Embarkation): onboard welcome reception

    Day 8 Vinh Long-Cu Lao Gieng: visit a local workshop to see how rice paper, rice wine, and traditional candy are made in Vinh Long; visit a sampan-making family and interact with a Catholic priest in Cu Lao Gieng

    Day 9 Chau Doc-Long Khong A-Cambodian Border Crossing: visit a local market and the religious sites at Sam Mountain in Chau Doc; walking tour of Lhong Khong A with cotton-weaving demonstration

    Day 10 Phnom Penh: sightseeing by private cyclo, including the Royal Palace, Silver Pagoda, and the National Museum; afternoon at leisure; show by children from a local orphanage

    Day 11 Phnom Penh: visit the Tuol Sleng Museum and one of the Killing Fields

    Day 12 Wat Hanchey-Angkor Ban: visit Wat Hanchey and partake in a traditional water blessing by local monks; walking tour in Angkor Ban with school visit

    Day 13 Konpong Louang-Kampong Tralach: visit the silversmith village of Konpong Louang; ox cart ride through the countryside and visit a local farmer's home in Kampong Tralach

    Day 14 Siem Reap (Disembarkation): visit Angkor Wat & Banteay Srei

    Day 15 Siem Reap: visit Angkor Thom, Bayon Temple, and Ta Prohm by tuk-tuk; Les Artisans d'Angkor; Apsara dance performance

    Day 16 Siem Reap-Hanoi: fly to Hanoi

    Day 17 Hanoi: visit Ho Chi Minh's mausoleum, One Pillar Pagoda, Ho Chi Minh Museum, and Temple of Literature; lunch at Koto; electric cart ride through the Old Quarter; water puppets performance

    Day 18 Hanoi-Ha Long Bay (Embarkation): drive to Ha Long Bay; visit Cua Van floating village

    Day 19 Ha Long Bay: cruise the bay; visit Titop Island, Luon Cave, and Dark and Bright Cave; opportunity to explore by kayak

    Day 20 Ha Long Bay (Disembarkation)-Hanoi: visit Sung Sot Cave; drive to Hanoi

    Day 21 Hanoi-Sapa: drive to Sapa; visit a local market

    Day 22 Sapa: visit Ta Van village, Lao Chai village, Silver Waterfall, and Heaven Gate

    Day 23 Sapa: visit a weekly market and a Red Dao village

    Day 24 Sapa-Hanoi: drive to Hanoi

    Day 25 Hanoi: end of vacation

    Meals

  • American breakfast daily
  • 15 lunches
  • 12 dinners
  • While on board the ship, enjoy complimentary wine with lunch & dinner and complimentary coffee, tea, soft drinks, local beer, and local spirits throughout the day.

    Day-By-Day Itinerary

    Day 1
    Arrive in Bangkok, Thailand

    Welcome to Thailand! Hotel rooms are available for mid-afternoon check-in. (Breakfast)

    Day 2
    Bangkok

    This morning, your sightseeing begins with a BOAT RIDE on the klongs, Bangkok's famous canals. Stop at the stunning GRAND PALACE featuring the TEMPLE OF THE EMERALD BUDDHA. Also, visit the TEMPLE OF THE RECLINING BUDDHA, the oldest and largest Buddhist temple in Bangkok. It houses more than 1,000 Buddha images, including the 49-foot-high and 151-foot-long massive Reclining Buddha. The remainder of the day is at your leisure. (Breakfast, Lunch)

    Day 3
    Bangkok

    Enjoy a full day at your leisure. (Breakfast)

    Day 4
    Bangkok-Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

    Today, fly to Ho Chi Minh City, still known as Saigon to many. The remainder of the day is at your leisure. (Breakfast)

    Day 5
    Ho Chi Minh City

    This morning, enjoy a WALKING TOUR of the city's famous and historic landmarks as you stroll through the heart of the city along Dong Khoi Street (formerly Rue Catinat) past Ho Chi Minh Square, the Municipal Theatre, the Central Post Office, and Notre Dame Cathedral. Stop at the Rex Hotel for a refreshing DRINK at the popular ROOFTOP BAR where the U.S. Military held the infamous "Five O'Clock Follies" during the war. Next, visit the WAR REMNANTS MUSEUM, followed by BEN THANH MARKET, the largest and oldest in the city. For lunch, participate in a hands-on VIETNAMESE COOKING CLASS. Head into the classroom and learn how to prepare different local dishes and the techniques necessary to recreate them once you return home. Last but not least, sample your delicious creations! The afternoon is at your leisure to explore this lively city. Tonight, enjoy a special welcome dinner. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

    Day 6
    Ho Chi Minh City. Excursion to Cu Chi Tunnels

    This morning, leave the city and drive through vast expanses of rice paddies to visit the CU CHI TUNNELS, an extraordinary network of tunnels more than 120 miles in length that was used by the Viet Cong as a hideout and secret village during the war. Here, you will learn about how the tunnels were constructed and have a chance to walk through a section to experience what life would have been like underground. Return to Ho Chi Minh City and enjoy the rest of the afternoon and evening at your leisure. Maybe stop at the famous rooftop bar for a drink at the Caravelle Hotel. (Breakfast)

    Day 7
    Ho Chi Minh City (Embarkation)

    This morning, transfer to the port on the Saigon River and board your river cruise vessel to start your CRUISE up the Mekong River through Vietnam and Cambodia. Get acquainted with the ship and relax before your welcome reception this evening. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

    Day 8
    Vinh Long-Cu Lao Gieng

    This morning, board a sampan for a scenic cruise to Vinh Long. Visit a LOCAL WORKSHOP to see how rice paper, rice wine, and traditional candies are made. Other surprises await for those who are brave! After lunch on the ship, enjoy scenes of daily life along the river near Cu Lao Gieng via sampan. Stop at a LOCAL HOME, where a skilled family works together to hand-craft sampans for a living. Then, ride a specially designed MOTOR CART to one of Vietnam's oldest churches for a special INTERACTION WITH A CATHOLIC PRIEST. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

    Day 9
    Chau Doc-Long Khong A-Cambodian Border Crossing

    After breakfast, walk through the LOCAL MARKET and absorb the atmosphere as locals are busy buying and selling fish, meat, and produce. Then join a sampan excursion down the backwaters of the Mekong to the religious sites at the base of SAM MOUNTAIN. Along the way, see traditional floating homes, speedboat merchants, a market selling dried goods, and more. After lunch, a sampan brings you to the village of LONG KHONG A, where cotton weaving is a well-preserved tradition. Spend time at one house for a COTTON-WEAVING DEMONSTRATION and a chance to talk with the family. Return to the ship and head for the Cambodian border. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

    Day 10
    Phnom Penh

    The capital city of Phnom Penh retains its French charm to this day. This morning, your sightseeing tour by PRIVATE CYCLO includes visits to the ROYAL PALACE with the spectacular SILVER PAGODA and the NATIONAL MUSEUM, featuring an outstanding display of Khmer artifacts. The remainder of the day is at your leisure to enjoy the city. Just before dinner, children from a local orphanage will put on a SHOW featuring local song and dance. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

    Day 11
    Phnom Penh

    Sightseeing this morning provides a glimpse of the atrocities inflicted on the Cambodian people by the Khmer Rouge regime. Visit the TUOL SLENG GENOCIDE MUSEUM, a former high school that housed over 17,000 prisoners. Of this number, it is believed that fewer than 15 survived the torture and avoided being sent to the Killing Fields. You will also visit one of the KILLING FIELDS, where more than 200,000 people were killed by the Khmer Rouge. After lunch, depart Phnom Penh and enjoy some time at leisure on the ship. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

    Day 12
    Wat Hanchey-Angkor Ban

    This morning, visit WAT HANCHEY, a temple dating back to the 8th century and the Chenla Empire. Located on a hilltop, enjoy stunning views of the surrounding area and partake in a TRADITIONAL WATER BLESSING given by local monks. After lunch, enjoy a WALKING TOUR through the rural village of Angkor Ban. Here, you will see traditional Khmer houses and visit a LOCAL SCHOOL. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

    NOTE:
    The climb to Wat Hanchey features a steep incline. If you feel you are unable to make the climb, you will be driven to the top by car.

    Day 13
    Konpong Louang-Kampong Tralach

    Today, start your sightseeing at the SILVERSMITH VILLAGE of Konpong Louang. Here, you will see talented craftsmen use age-old techniques to turn pure silver into works of art. Continue on to Kampong Tralach for an OX CART RIDE past rice paddy fields and the beautiful Cambodian countryside. Along the way, stop to MEET A LOCAL FARMER and learn about his daily life. Return to the ship for lunch. This afternoon, cruise up the Tonle River to Tonle Sap (Great Lake). After the rainy season, this massive body of water can cover around 10,000 square miles and is the perfect breeding ground for fish, which play a vital role in providing food for people living on the lake. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

    NOTE:
    During low water conditions, generally mid-December to August, we will not be able to cruise up the Tonle River to Tonle Sap. Low water conditions vary from year to year so this will be evaluated on a cruise-by-cruise basis.

    Day 14
    Siem Reap (Disembarkation)

    This morning, arrive in Siem Reap and start your sightseeing of the TEMPLES OF ANGKOR, considered by many to be the most spectacular architectural ruins on Earth! Constructed between the 9th and 13th centuries, the temples were built around the Khmer interpretations of Indian religious and political beliefs that ultimately evolved from Hinduism to Buddhism. The complex architectural grandeur of the Angkor temples is arguably unmatched among ancient ruins anywhere in the world. First, visit the best preserved and most famous of all the temples: ANGKOR WAT, honoring the Hindu god Vishnu. Featuring five trademark towers and stunning bas reliefs, it has become a symbol of Cambodia. Then, visit BANTEAY SREI, a unique temple dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva. Unlike other temples, it is built on a small scale from red sandstone, which can be carved like wood. This evening is at leisure to explore charming Siem Reap-or stay to witness sunset at Angkor Wat! (Breakfast, Lunch)

    NOTE:
    During low water conditions, generally mid-December to August, we will not be able to cruise across Tonle Sap to Siem Reap. In these cases, we will fly from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap and sightseeing will begin in the afternoon. No included sightseeing will be missed. Low water conditions vary from year to year, so this will be evaluated on a cruise-by-cruise basis.

    Day 15
    Siem Reap

    Today, continue your sightseeing of the Angkor temples by TUK-TUK. Start at ANGKOR THOM, where you will explore BAYON TEMPLE. One of the few Buddhist temples in Angkor, it features some 200 striking faces carved in 54 towers and impressive bas reliefs. Next stop is TA PROHM, which, unlike the other temples, has been left relatively untouched. Tree roots grow over and through the ruin walls, allowing you to experience the temple with the same wonder as the early explorers who discovered it. Next, stop at LES ARTISANS D'ANGKOR, a development project teaching young adults traditional handicraft techniques. The rest of the afternoon is at your leisure. This evening, enjoy a PRIVATE APSARA DANCE PERFORMANCE, where the ancient Khmer culture is brought to life by talented dancers, singers, and musicians. (Breakfast, Dinner)

    Day 16
    Siem Reap-Hanoi

    Today, transfer to the airport and fly to Hanoi. Upon arrival, transfer to your hotel for the night. (Breakfast)

    Day 17
    Hanoi

    This morning, take time to look at the life of Ho Chi Minh, the father of modern Vietnam. First, visit the MAUSOLEUM and the humble cottage from which "Uncle Ho" ruled Vietnam until his death in 1969. Next on the agenda: ONE PILLAR PAGODA, the HO CHI MINH MUSEUM, and the Presidential Palace. Stop at the infamous "Hanoi Hilton" before continuing to mystical Hoan Kiem Lake, where you will enjoy a brief guided walk. Also, visit the ancient TEMPLE OF LITERATURE, over 900 years old and Hanoi's first university. Lunch is at KOTO, a non-profit restaurant and hospitality program that trains local street children in restaurant skills they can use to find a job and build a stable life. After lunch, enjoy a ELECTRIC CART ride through the fascinating Old Quarter, 36 ancient streets where peddlers trade as they have for centuries. An early dinner this evening is followed by a fascinating performance of Hanoi's renowned WATER PUPPETS, a traditional art form dating back to the 11th century. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

    Day 18
    Hanoi-Ha Long Bay

    Travel from Hanoi through the fertile countryside to Ha Long Bay, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Located in the Gulf of Tonkin, the bay is dotted with more than 3,000 limestone islands carved into fanciful shapes by the action of the water. Board the luxurious Paradise Elegance for a TWO-NIGHT CRUISE on the bay. After lunch, visit the CUA VAN FLOATING VILLAGE, home to more than 700 people. You can visit by bamboo raft with the locals or in a kayak under your own power. Enjoy scenic sailing for the remainder of the day before anchoring for the night. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

    Day 19
    Ha Long Bay

    Continue exploring the bay. Visit TITOP ISLAND, where you have the chance to swim or climb 400 steps to the top for stunning views. You will also visit LUON CAVE by your choice of boat or kayak. At DARK AND BRIGHT CAVE, you can explore by bamboo raft with the locals or by kayak. After a day of exploring, consider a spa treatment or simply relax for happy hour prior to dinner! (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)

    Day 20
    Ha Long Bay-Hanoi

    This morning, relax onboard or visit SUNG SOT CAVE, considered one of the most beautiful in the area with its magnificent formations. Afterwards, return to Hanoi and check in to your hotel. The remainder of the day is at your leisure. (Breakfast)

    Day 21
    Hanoi-Sapa

    Today, transfer to the hill-station town of Sapa known for its mountain scenery, rice fields, and colorful ethnic minorities. This afternoon, join a walking tour of this small town and visit the LOCAL MARKET. (Breakfast)

    Day 22
    Sapa

    Your day starts with a visit to TA VAN and LAO CHAI villages, to see the traditional way of life of the Zay and Black Hmong ethnic groups. These ethnic groups live together here under the watch of Fansipan Mountain. The Zay live a sedentary lifestyle and choose land near the valley's bottom for growing wet rice. The Hmong have historically preferred higher elevations for corn farming but recently they've started gradually moving to lower land and learning from others like the Zay. After lunch, visit the beautiful SILVER WATERFALL and ascend the highest road in Vietnam to HEAVEN GATE for stunning views of the surrounding mountains and valley. (Breakfast, Lunch)

    Day 23
    Sapa

    This morning, visit one of the famous WEEKLY MARKETS. Here, the local ethnic minority groups wear their most beautiful costumes as they sell and trade their homemade products. The Flower Hmong group is most recognizable with their colorful dress. After a quick photo stop at the China border, visit Taphin village, home of the RED DAO people who migrated from China starting in the 12th century. The Dao women are recognizable by the bright red turban they wear and, in some cases, shaved eyebrows. Tonight, consider exploring Sapa and stop at the famous "Love Market," where local Hmong and Dao come from their villages for the chance to see one another and perhaps go on a date! (Breakfast, Lunch)

    Day 24
    Sapa-Hanoi

    Today, transfer back to Hanoi and check in to your hotel for the evening. (Breakfast)

    Day 25

    Hanoi. Your vacation ends with breakfast this morning. (Breakfast)

  • Details

    Cruise Line
    Avalon Waterways
    Offer
    Offer valid through 12/31/2017
    Duration
    25 Days
    Cruise Ship
    Siem Reap

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    DayPortArriveDepart
    Day 1Bangkok  
    Day 2Bangkok  
    Day 3Bangkok  
    Day 4Ho Chi Minh City  
    Day 5Ho Chi Minh City  
    Day 6Ho Chi Minh City  
    Day 7Ho Chi Minh City  
    Day 8Cu Lao Gieng  
    Day 9Cambodian Border Crossing  
    Day 10Phnom Penh  
    Day 11Phnom Penh  
    Day 12Angkor Ban  
    Day 13Kampong Tralach  
    Day 14Siem Reap  
    Day 15Siem Reap  
    Day 16Hanoi  
    Day 17Hanoi  
    Day 18Ha Long Bay  
    Day 19Ha Long Bay  
    Day 20Hanoi  
    Day 21Sapa  
    Day 22Sapa  
    Day 23Sapa  
    Day 24Sapa-Hanoi  
    Day 25Sapa-Hanoi  
    Dates/Pricing

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    DatePrice / DescriptionQuote
    January 12, 2018$8,959.00* (USD)Quote
    January 26, 2018$8,959.00* (USD)Quote
    February 09, 2018$8,959.00* (USD)Quote
    February 23, 2018$8,959.00* (USD)Quote
    March 09, 2018$8,959.00* (USD)Quote
    March 23, 2018$8,759.00* (USD)Quote
    June 29, 2018$7,919.00* (USD)Quote
    July 13, 2018$7,919.00* (USD)Quote
    July 27, 2018$7,919.00* (USD)Quote
    August 10, 2018$7,919.00* (USD)Quote
    August 24, 2018$8,539.00* (USD)Quote
    September 07, 2018$8,539.00* (USD)Quote
    September 21, 2018$8,759.00* (USD)Quote
    October 05, 2018$8,959.00* (USD)Quote
    October 19, 2018$8,959.00* (USD)Quote
    November 02, 2018$8,999.00* (USD)Quote
    November 16, 2018$8,999.00* (USD)Quote
    November 30, 2018$8,799.00* (USD)Quote
    December 14, 2018$8,639.00* (USD)Quote
    December 28, 2018$9,309.00* (USD)Quote
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    Dates and Prices do not include air travel.
    Participation in this vacation requires requires purchase of the following flights from Avalon Waterways, not included in pricing: (1) roundtrip air from your U.S. gateway and intra-vacation air segments; or (2) intra-vacation air segments only, starting at $460. Required intra-vacation air segments are Bangkok/Ho Chi Minh City; Siem Reap/Hanoi. Air prices were effective on April 5, 2017, and their availability is limited. At the time you purchase your tour, air prices may be higher.

    Gratuities to Local Guides & drivers are included.

    Prices based on double room occupancy.

    Please call for single accommodation price. Triples not available.

    Prices shown include cruise in category B in an Avalon Suite on Mekong Deck.

    To upgrade to a Category A on the Tonle Deck, add $400 per person in double occupancy or $800 in single occupancy.

    Extra Nights per person in Bangkok:
    January-October: in single room $248; in twin room $129
    November-January 6, 2019: in single room $270; in twin room $140
    January 7, 2019-April 30, 2019: in single room $224; in twin room $117

    Extra Nights per person in Hanoi:
    in single room $215; in twin room $113

    Prices shown are "starting at" prices and do not include airfare.

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