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Adventure Cruises
There are many hidden treasures to explore in South East Asia which can only be seen from the waterways along the Mekong River. The mighty Mekong links Laos with Cambodia and Vietnam before flowing into the South China Sea. A boat cruise along this timeless river is a fabulous way to experience the daily life of nomadic floating villages while taking in the mesmerizing scenery along the riverbank. Visitors can also explore Halong Bay, with thousands of limestone islands and grottoes rising from the clear, emerald waters of the Gulf of Tonkin. The great beauty of the bay and its islands is breathtaking and can be enjoyed from the comfort of a traditional Vietnamese junk leisurely sailing between islands. Consider a boat cruise with Asia Travel Needs. We make dreams come true!
In the morning, depart Siem Reap to a dock of Chong Kneas, and take a traditional wooden boat ride drive to the Tonle Sap, the "The Great Lake" of Cambodia, one of the largest in Southeast Asia. We will explore three floating villages including Chong Kneas, Kompong Phluk, Kompong Khleang.
At 11:30 o'clock register at the historic ELEPHANT BAR located in the legendary 1932-built Raffles GRAND HOTEL D'ANGKOR (11 Vithei Charles de Gaulle, Khum Svay Dang Kum) to transfer by coach to Kampong Cham on the Mekong River, enjoying a snacks and cold drinks on the way with a stop at Kampong Thom. Arrive by 1700. The ship is docked at walking distance to the city centre.
The ship is moored at the tourist Jetty in Sisowath Quay at walking distance to the Royal Palace. The check-in time should be no later than 13.30 hrs. As we need your passport to process the immigration formalities for the border crossing.
My Tho is the hub of the Delta, but not of great cultural interest, so once on board we set sail at 1300 and have lunch. In the afternoon we moor near Cai Be and make a fascinating trip by traditional junk to explore evergreen islands and at the former Imperial residence, the An Kiet House. Surviving members of the Kiet family will welcome us with tea and we can wander in the fruit orchards around the house.
Tonle Sap Lake is the heart of Cambodia. It is filled with more fish than any other lake, and surrounded by vast numbers of rare birds. The water level varies a great deal according to the time of the year and the amount of rainfall recorded. Thus, changes may occur for the different seasons. We will start our journey in either high water or low water.
In the morning, depart Siem Reap to a dock of Chong Kneas. Upon arrival at floating village and take a traditional wooden boat for a ride on the Tonle Sap Lake, the "Great Lake" of Cambodia, one of the largest in Asia, to watch the bird Sanctuary at Prek Toal.