Exciting Days, Comfortable Nights

Bangkok to Angkor Wat

25 days  |  Bangkok to Siem Reap  |  from USD $6,479  |   Guaranteed Departures  4 reviews

Join us on a journey through the incredible countries of Indochina from bustling Bangkok and the hill tribes of Chiang Rai to enchanting Luang Prabang in Laos and on through Vietnam’s spectacular Halong Bay and historic cities to Cambodia, home to the stunning temples of Angkor.
Countries Visited: Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, Vietnam

Itinerary
Prices & Dates
Hotels
Inclusions
Reviews

Itinerary

Please Note: from 01 Feb 2017 this tour will become 23 days in length. Please see our Bangkok to Angkor Wat - 23 day tour for details.

Days 1-2

Discover Bangkok

Wednesday. Welcome to Thailand! Airport arrival transfer to hotel. Evening Welcome Meeting. The following day enjoy a city tour of Bangkok taking in the Grand Palace, Wat Pho and Flower Market. Enjoy a longtail boat ride on the canals before exploring pulsating Khao San Road.
Overnight: Bangkok  |  Breakfast x 1

Day 3

Northern Thailand

Bangkok - Chiang Mai. On morning of day 3 transfer to airport for flight to Chiang Mai. After lunch visit the Doi Suthep temple and the Hilltribe Museum to learn more about the diversity of this region. In the evening visit the night market.
Overnight: Chiang Mai  |  Breakfast

Day 4

Chiang Rai

Chiang Mai - Chiang Rai. Today we journey through spectacular karst scenery to the River Kok where we board private longtail boats for a glimpse of rural life along the river banks. Arriving at a small village and take an enjoyable elephant ride through some of the surrounding countryside. After touring the unusual Wat Rhon Khung temple a beautiful complex of newly built white and golden temples that are still a work in progress we continue onto Chiang Rai arriving early in the evening.
Overnight: Chiang Rai  |  Breakfast

Day 5

Local Hill Tribes

Chiang Rai - Chiang Khong. The city of Chiang Rai is a great base for visiting local hill tribes and this morning we visit a Karen village where we may encounter the famous Long Neck tribe, so known for the neck rings that the women wear to elongate their necks. Continuing to the border frontier town of Mae Sai, we may have the chance to cross briefly into Myanmar and enter the Burmese town of Tachilek (optional). At Chiang Saen we stand at a viewpoint that lets us see both Myanmar and Laos. We take time to visit the Opium Museum before following the banks of the Mekong to Chiang Khong.
Overnight: Chiang Khong  |  Breakfast

Day 6

Cruise The Mekong

Monday. Chiang Khong - Pakbeng. Bright and early we head to the immigration & customs office to exit Thailand. Bidding farewell to our Thai guide we cross the river by longtail boat. Meeting up with our Lao guide we attend to immigration formalities before we're back on the water, cruising by traditional long boat down the Mekong River. Serene and timeless Laos is often overlooked by travellers. A peaceful nation of people offering legendary hospitality, resilience and friendliness, Laos is old Asia preserved. As we travel downstream we stop off at a number of minority villages such as the Hmong, Yao and Khmu to get an understanding of their culture and way of life. Upon arrival in Pakbeng, we visit the local market to watch the colorful hill tribe trade their wares before retiring for the night.
Overnight: Pakbeng  |  Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Days 7-8

Luang Prabang

Pakbeng - Luang Prabang. We continue our cruise arriving to the golden city of Laung Prabang mid afternoon. Tomorrow, opt for an early start early to see the daily ritual of saffron-clad monks and their procession down the streets of Luang Prabang collecting alms from the residents. Then a morning tour, takes in the highlights of Luang Prapang - the fabulous UNESCO Listed former royal capital. Sightseeing includes the ancient temples of Wat Visoun and Wat Aham, Ock Pop Tok weaving centre and the beautifully ornate former Royal Palace. In the afternoon we stop at ethnic minority villages before arriving at the beautiful Khouangsi waterfall.
Overnight: Luang Prabang  |  Breakfast x 2, Lunch x 1

Day 9

Wat Xieng Thong

Discover more of Luang Prabang’s holy sites with a morning visit to Wat Sene and the magnificent Wat Xieng Thong. Then we set sail on a scenic cruise up the Mekong River to visit the incredible Pak Ou caves, which are crammed with Buddha images of all shapes and sizes, stopping at villages en route to sample local rice wine and shop for local handicrafts.
Overnight: Luang Prabang  |  Breakfast

Days 10-11

Fly to Hanoi

Friday. Luang Prabang - Hanoi. A free morning to relax and explore Luang Prabang. Cycling, kayaking and other activities can be arranged locally. Late afternoon we fly to Hanoi in Vietnam. Day 11 is a day at leisure for you to explore Vietnam’s capital. Lively markets, beautiful lakes, ancient pagodas and the historic city are all easily navigated on foot.
Overnight: Hanoi  |  Breakfast x 2

    Hanoi
Day 12

Junk boat cruising

Hanoi – Halong Bay. This morning we travel east to spectacular Halong Bay and board a traditional wooden junk boat to cruise around the beautiful limestone peaked islands. Opt for a swim before we take row boats to 'Dark & Bright Lagoon'. Tonight, there's a Vietnamese cooking demonstration held on the sundeck before an impressive seafood dinner is served.
Overnight: Halong Bay, Deluxe Junk Boat  |  Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 13

Halong Bay

Halong Bay - Hanoi - Hue. Start the day with a Tai Chi class on the sundeck or a traditional massage. After exploring a lofty grotto hidden beneath towering cliffs, we return to port.

Arriving to Hanoi mid afternoon we take a cyclo (rickshaw ride) exploring the labyrinth of streets. The motorbike swarming narrow lanes are each named after various guilds of the city’s artisan who established themselves here centuries ago. There is Silver Street, Silk Street, Comb Street, Paper Street and more. After time to freshen up we board our overnight train (4 berth sleeper cabin, basic standard) on the ‘Reunification Express’ railway line to Hue.
Overnight: Sleeper train  |  Breakfast

Day 14

Imperial Hue

Today discover the delights of Hue visiting the Thien Mu Pagoda, home to the oldest monastery in the city, whose 21m high tower has become something of a symbol for Hue and the citadel. Within the citadel is the Imperial Purple Palace, an exact copy of the Forbidden City in Beijing, with its impressive ramparts, formal moats and imperial palaces, some of which lay in ruin.

In the countryside lies the Royal Tombs of the Nguyen kings, here we’ll view the elaborate mausoleums of Emperors Tu Duc and Khai Dinh. As the sun sets opt for a cruise in a long boat along the gentle Perfume River, beautifully illuminated at night.
Overnight: Hue  |  Breakfast, Lunch

    Imperial Hue
Days 15-17

Delightful Hoi An

Hue - Road of the Ocean Clouds - Hoi An. En route to Hoi An we stop for a stroll along China Beach. Enjoy a short afternoon walking tour of the historic Hoi An old town with its cobbled streets. On day 16 we take a bicycle ride to the rural village of Tra Que where we’ll assist with tending the fields and cooking lunch. Spend the following day at leisure.
Overnight: Hoi An  |  Breakfast x 3, Lunch x 1

Day 18

Cruise the Mekong

Hoi An - Saigon - Can Tho. Fly to Saigon and drive to the mighty Mekong Delta. Onboard a sampan we cruise to Cai Be through lush waterways visiting cottage industries along the way.
Overnight: Can Tho  |  Breakfast, Lunch

Day 19

Saigon

Saigon - Can Tho. Today we visit the floating markets of Cai Rang before driving to Saigon. This afternoon we see the sights of Saigon on a walking tour including the iconic Notre Dame Cathedral, the Old Post office and the sombering War Remnants Museum.
Overnight: Saigon  |  Breakfast

    Saigon
Days 20-21

Phnom Penh

Saigon - Phnom Penh. This morning we visit the famous Cu Chi Tunnels, a sprawling underground network of tunnels and living quarters used by the Viet Cong during the war. Then we drive to the Cambodian border (crossing at Moc Bai/Bavet) and continue on to the capital of Phnom Penh. On day 21 enjoy a full day sightseeing tour of Phnom Penh including the National Museum of Fine Arts, the Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda, famed for its lavish decorations. We later come face to face with the horrors of the Pol Pot regime as we visit Toul Sleng (Security Prison - S21) and the Killing Fields where over 10,000 people were executed.
Overnight: Phnom Penh  |  Breakfast x 2, Dinner x 1

Day 22

Angkor Wat

Phnom Penh – Siem Reap. Hotel check out and transfer to the airport for your included flight to Siem Reap.

After time to freshen up we visit the last capital of the Angkorian Empire – Angkor Thom. This monumental fortified city is encircled by a 100m wide moat and is famed for the huge statue heads that glare down from every angle. We continue to the monastic complex of Preah Khan before heading to the mother of all temples – Angkor Wat. This breathtaking monument of man’s devotion to his gods is believed to be the largest religious building in the world and contains thousands of wall carvings and extensive bas-reliefs. In the evening we enjoy a walking tour of the old market.
Overnight: Siem Reap  |  Breakfast

    Angkor Wat
Day 23

Ta Phrom

Early this morning opt to see Angkor Wat bathed in the spectacular golden light of sunrise. Later, we head out to Banteay Srei temple, considered by many to be the art gallery of Angkor with some of the best stone carvings in the world. Cut from stone of a pinkish hue, the Hindu temple is dedicated to Shiva and contains highly decorated libraries and intricate reliefs of divinities.

The temple expedition continues with visits to Banteay Samre, East Mebon, Preah Khan, Banteay Kdei, Pre Rup and the atmospheric Ta Prohm. Swallowed by the jungle, vast muscular roots envelop the crumbling towers and walls whilst the trees’ foliage dapples the temple in shadow. There are plenty of great bars and restaurants in the compact city centre, easily navigated on foot.
Overnight: Siem Reap  |  Breakfast

Day 24

Lake Tonle Sap

This morning we tour the Roluos group of temples (Bakong, Lolei and Preak Ko) and later continue to the floating village of Kompong Phluk on Tonle Sap Lake with the petrified trees of a flooded forest closeby.
Overnight: Siem Reap  |  Breakfast

Day 25

Siem Reap - your way

Saturday. Today marks the end of our holiday. Lap up the hotel facilities this morning before hotel check out and included departure transfer to the airport.
Breakfast

Prices & Dates

Prices shown are per person travelling. 'Twin/Double' prices per person apply when there are 2 people travelling, sharing a room. The 'Single supplement' applies for single travellers who require their own room and needs to be added to the 'Twin/Double' price. If you are happy to be paired up with another single traveller of the same sex on your tour, this can be arranged provided there is another single traveller booked on the tour date of your choosing.

Departure dates noted with a 'G' are guaranteed to operate. All other departure dates can be guaranteed with a minimum of 2 persons.

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2016
Price/Person
Single Supp.
USD $6999
USD $2699

Supplementary Prices

 
Twin/Double
Single Supp.
Pre Tour Accommodation Bangkok
USD $56
USD $51
Post Tour Accommodation Siem Reap
USD $60
USD $60
Private Tour Supplement
USD $3780
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This tour is also available on a private basis - for details please see the Supplementary Prices above.

Hotels

The hotels listed below are ones which we frequently use on this tour. We reserve the right to substitute these hotels to ones of a similar standard when necessary.

Royal Benja Hotel, Bangkok

Our Category: Standard   |   Regional Category: 3 Star Hotel

The Royal Benja Hotel provides homely accommodation in the heart of Bangkok city with a large outdoor pool to enjoy after a long, hot day sightseeing. Benjamas Restaurant serves a wide selection of local and international cuisine whilst drinks and live music are offered at the Buddy Pub.

Centara Duangtawan Hotel, Chiang Mai

Our Category: Superior   |   Regional Category: 4 Star Hotel

This impressive high rise hotel offers comfortable accommodation and a host of facilities. The hotel’s extensive all day dining venue plays host to sumptuous buffets, themed evening and a extensive a la carte option bringing together the best of Italian, Japanese, International, Thai and Asian Cuisine. Perched atop of the hotel is the Sunflower Chinese Restaurant affording spectacular views of Chiang Mai and some of the best Chinese Cuisine this city has to offer. The hotel also features a spacious pool with its own bar, a state of the art gym and spa.

Rimkok Hotel , Chiang Rai

Our Category: Standard   |   Regional Category: 3 Star Hotel

Enjoying a pretty location by the Maekok River, the Rimkok Hotel provides attractive grounds and comfortable rooms with a large outdoor swimming pool and free WiFi in public areas. Garden views can be enjoyed from the private balconies of the guestrooms. The hotel's restaurants serve a selection of Thai, Chinese and International dishes.

Teak Garden Hotel, Chiang Khong

Our Category: Standard   |   Regional Category: 3 Star Hotel

On the banks of the Mekong River, the Chaing Khong Teak House offers comfortable accommodation. Guest rooms are spacious with comfortable facilities and private balconies. Complimentary wi-fi is available throughout and the onsite restaurant offers a selection of cuisine in an al fresco setting right on the river. If staying here in the winter be sure to ask for an extra blanket or too – it can get quite nippy! Well located in Chiang Khong just a 5 minute drive to the border with the Laos.

Santi Resort and Spa, Luang Prabang

Our Category: Superior   |   Regional Category: 4 Star Hotel

Set just outside the main town of Luang Prabang, the Santi Resort and Spa is a modern property set in manicured gardens. Guest rooms are set on two levels and are spacious with excellent amenities. Meals are served in the main restaurant and the outdoor pool is perfect for a cooling afternoon dip. If you need to get into town then take advantage of the free shuttle service that runs nearly every hour. Located on the outskirts of Luang Prabang.

Sunway Hotel, Hanoi

Our Category: Superior   |   Regional Category: 4 Star Hotel

This ambient, boutique hotel combines traditional appeal with modern pleasures. Rooms are furnished in a contemporary fashion with an array of amenities for added comfort. Its restaurant provides a great variety of Vietnamese cuisine and you are welcome to enjoy cocktails and live music in the Jazz Bar or relax in the hotel's health spa.

Bhaya Classic Junk Boat, Halong Bay

Our Category: Superior   |   Regional Category: Deluxe House Boat

This premier cruise boat offers 18 well appointed cabins with en suite amenities. Cabins are contemporary in design, whilst the finer touches have a distinct oriental influence. All cabins feature large windows creating a bright and airy atmosphere as well as scenic views. Facilities and services onboard include a dining room and bar, a sunbathing area on-deck, masseur and small library. This boat departs from the port of Halong City and plies its route through the karst peaks of Halong Bay during their journey and overnight stay on the water.

Mondial Hotel, Hue

Our Category: Superior   |   Regional Category: 4 Star Hotel

Just a 5 minute walk from the Ho Chi Minh museum, the Mondial Hotel is a contemporary hotel with excellent amenities. Guest rooms benefit from spacious interiors, comfortable beds and lots of mod-cons. There is complimentary Wi-Fi for guests, an outdoor pool and onsite spa - perfect for a re laxing massage. As well as the delicious Huong Xuan Restaurant there is also the Lobby Lounge - great for cocktails before dinner!

Vinh Hung Riverside Resort, Hoi An

Our Category: Deluxe   |   Regional Category: 4 Star Hotel

Vinh Hung Riverside Resort offers luxury and gracious hospitality in a traditional Vietnamese environment right on the banks of the Thu Bon river with top notch facilities.

Victoria Hotel Can Tho, Can Tho

Our Category: Superior   |   Regional Category: 4 Star Hotel

This attractive, colonial-style resort is tastefully decorated with well-appointed rooms and a wide range of facilities including a spa, tennis courts, open-air bar, restaurant and a gym. The hotel also offers sunrise and sunset cruises to the floating markets aboard the Lady Hau junk.

Northern Hotel, Saigon

Our Category: Standard   |   Regional Category: 3 Star Hotel

Located in Saigon's central business district, the Northern Hotel offers comfortable and stylish accommodation. Guest rooms are contemporary in style and are decorated with warming tones and excellent en suite facilities. The onsite restaurant offers a variety of European and Asian dishes set on the mezzanine floor. The hotel also offers complimentary use of computers in the lobby and a fully equipped gym for those who wish keep fit whilst staying in the city.

The Ohana Hotel, Phnom Penh

Our Category: Superior   |   Regional Category: 4 Star Hotel

Rooms are well-appointed with tea/coffee making facilities and daily seasonal fruits as well as a balcony overlooking the river in this well-located hotel. The hotel's swimming pool and jacuzzi are the ideal place to unwind after a day of sightseeing. The restaurant offers exotic Asian food as well as Western dishes whilst the business centre offers internet access.

Angkor Paradise Hotel , Siem Reap

Our Category: Superior   |   Regional Category: 4 Star Hotel

Not far from Angkor Wat, the Angkor Paradise Hotel offers elegant accommodation in a world famous setting. Guest rooms are beautifully firnished with traditional wooden floors and all mod cons. All rooms have either fabulous views of the city or the hotel's outdoor pool. The hotel also boats a great onsite restaurant, fitness centre and pool terrace. The Angkor Paradise Hotel is situated a short distance from Siem Reap international airport and the majestic Angkor Archaeological Park.

Trip Highlights

Cu Chi Tunnels - HQ of the Viet Cong
Chiang Mai - Doi Suthep and the summit temple, Hilltribe Museum and the night market
Wat Rhon Khung - the modern and unusual ‘White Temple’
Chiang Khong - Thai/Laos border town
Luang Prabang - Wat Visoun, Wat Aham, Ock Pop Tok weaving centre, former Royal Palace, Khouangsi waterfall, Wat Sene, Wat Xieng Thong and Pak Ou caves
Halong Bay - UNESCO Listed World Heritage Site
Hoi An - UNESCO Listed ancient town
Mekong Delta - Cai Be waterways, cottage industries and mansion home & Cai Rang floating markets
Siem Reap - temples of Angkor, floating villages of Tonle Sap Lake
Bangkok - Grand Palace, Wat Pho, Original Thai Massage School, 24hr Flower Market & Khao San Road
Ta Thon - karst scenery, lush jungle landscapes
Chiang Rai - night market, Cabbages & Condoms restaurant, hill tribe villages of the Karen tribe, Mae Sai, Chiang Saen and the Opium Museum
Mekong River - cruising from Chiang Khong to Lao town of Pak Beng
Hanoi - Hoan Kiem Lake and Ancient Quarter
Hue - Imperial Citadel, Royal Tombs & Thien Mu Pagoda
Saigon - Notre Dame Cathedral, Old Post Office and War Remnants Museum
Phnom Penh - Royal Palace, Silver Pagoda, Toul Sleng and Killing Fields

Included

24 breakfasts, 6 lunches and 3 dinner
Economy class flights Bangkok - Chiang Mai, Luang Prabang - Hanoi, Danang - Saigon, Phnom Penh - Seim Reap
Halong Bay Junk boat cruise - opt to swim, kayak or explore caves
Airport arrival transfer day 1 and departure transfer day 25
Escorted by English speaking Thai, Lao, Vietnamese and Cambodian tour guides
Visa approval letter (excl. stamping fee required upon arrival)
22 nights 3 - 4 star & special class hotels, 1 night deluxe junk boat and 1 overnight sleeper train (Junk boat: private cabin, Sleeper train: basic, 4 berth cabin)
Longtail boat ride in Bangkok, on the River Kok and from Thailand to Laos. Sampan boat trips in the Mekong Delta
Bicycle ride to Tra Que village and cooking demonstration
Guided sightseeing - Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Luang Prabang, Hanoi, Halong Bay, Hue, Hoi An, Mekong Delta, Saigon, Cu Chi, Phnom Penh and the temples of Angkor
All relevant transfers and transportation in private air-conditioned vehicles

Not Included

International flights and visa. Vietnam visa letter included - stamping fee required upon arrival
Entrance Fees: USD$190 - 200, paid in USD
Tip for your tour guides. We recommend you allow USD$3 - 6 per day, per traveller. Tipping your guides is an entirely personal gesture
Tipping Kitty: USD$85-95, paid in USD

Reviews

Scoring an average traveller rating of 4.75 out of 5 based on 4 recent reviews

Our trip was truly amazing! We felt that all the guides opened up about their experiences growing up in their respective countries. We felt like we were well looked after. Practically all the rooms were above our expectations especially the one in Pakbang Laos where we had an incredibly view of the Mekong River.

Mr. Paiboon was our guide in northern Thailand. We felt that in addition to being our best guide that he also became a friend. Kim in Vietnam was very very close! It was a tough call.

We would and have already recommended On the Go to other people. Thanks for a incredible experience! Rick and Deb

• Submitted 23 Apr 2015
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We had five guides over the course of our trip, all were great, but one was beyond exceptional. Pom (our guide in Laos) was really outstanding. Every aspect of the tour that he picked was perfect - the boat had an amazing chef, our van had wifi, and we always managed to get to the sites just before or after other tour groups arrived. He also went out of his way to help us find things we were missing from home (like wine and chocolate), and even got everyone's laundry done.

The tour was great with one exception - by coincidence (and ease of scheduling) we visited the Vietnam War Museum, Chu Chi Tunnels, Genocidal Museum and Detention Centre back to back. It was hard to visit all four sites in three consecutive days. In addition the two sites in Vietnam had some pretty anti-American messaging (things like repeatedly honoring "hero American killers"); nearly every member of our group told us how sorry they felt for us hearing that (we were the only American's in the group) and most of the group was offended by it. It would be good if some kind of alternate free afternoon was available for that day - it was a real low point in the trip for us.

The hotel we had in Hoi An was also exceptional. I have a lot of food allergies - the staff there walked me through the buffet at every meal to tell me what was safe for me to eat, they even made me gluten free bread for the box breakfast! There were lots of details that made our time there exceptional - all of which were a result of the exceptional staff.

• Submitted 10 Feb 2015
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I have been on various tours but I can honestly say that the 25 day Bangkok to Angkor Wat On the Go tour was the best tour that I have ever done! We had a number of tour guides throughout the journey and each tour guide made a very positive impression. The handover from one tour guide to the next went very smoothly and we were well briefed as to what to expect. All the tour guides were efficient, attentive and extremely knowledgeable about their specific country/region. We were very well looked after. The hotels we stayed at were also fabulous! (This was very important for me as the hotels used by some tour operators are not always of a high standard.) I would like to specifically mention our tour guide in Vietnam, Tran Dinh Tuan ("Tuan") who went above and beyond to ensure that we had the best holiday ever. We really enjoyed his sense of humour and his anecdotes. He went to a huge amount of trouble to keep us amused on the longer bus trips. He is extremely knowledgeable - an absolute expert in his field! I would like to give him my vote for tour guide of the year.

• Submitted 20 Jan 2015
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Dear Mark,

I received your e-mail details from your call centre.

My sister and I completed the above-mentioned tour in December 2014 and it was fantastic in every sense of the word. We both believe it is the best tour we have ever experienced to date and would recommend it to others.

During our travels we were looked after by no less than 7 very competent tour guides, 2 in Thailand, 2 in Laos, 1 in Vietnam and 2 in Cambodia.

However one of these tour guides stands out head and shoulders above the rest and we would like to vote for this particular person to win the Tour Guide of the Year Award.

The person to whom we are referring is Mr Tran Tuan who took care of us through the Vietnam leg of our tour. Tuan is very passionate about the work he does and exceptionally knowledgeable. Furthermore, he has a wonderful sense of humour which was appreciated by every member of our group. We felt that he walked more than the extra mile to make our stay in Vietnam a very memorable occasion. Despite the reading we did in advance of our trip we both came home very enlightened by all the information that Tuan shared with us about Vietnam. His students are very lucky to have such a committed man guiding them through their studies in tourism.

So please pass on our huge vote of confidence to those involved in making those important decisions on recognition and reward.

Veronica Castleton • Submitted 19 Jan 2015

Hi there. Fantastic tour overall. Had 6 tour guides during the tour, 2 Thailand, 1 Laos, 1 Vietnam, 2 in Cambodia, All very helpful and well organized. Boarder crossings were no problem but Cambodia visa 30us$ from 1 October. At 72 and 73 years a very busy time but there was enough time to recharge our batteries for the next days leg of the journey. Every country had a different history, food and customs and with only two of us most of the time (except Vietnam) our guides spent much time explaining and answering our many questions. I should note that we are both teachers and researching and learning about other cultures is so important to us. The contrast between our life and culture is so stark when compared with south east Asia. Every day turned up something new to see and do. A thoroughly fantastic and enjoyable 25days touring.

Regards and Cheers

Robin and Carole Sanderson.

• Submitted 29 Oct 2014
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Thailand has been fantastic! Without the help of our wonderful guide it would be difficult to see all the things we have experienced and to understand the history and culture of this beautiful country.

Marlene Ashton-Brown • Submitted 21 Oct 2014

Excellent tour with great guide, very pleasant surprise with it all, especially as I am usually an independent traveller.

Paul Buck • Submitted 25 Apr 2014

Love the lunch on the river boat, very authentic food, delicious. Guide is very friendly and helpful.

Holley Banks • Submitted 04 Jan 2014

Tour Details
Starts
Bangkok
Ends
Siem Reap
Departs
Wednesdays
Hotel Rating
3 - 4 star
Local Payment
None
Tour Guide
Yes - escorted by a tour guide
Meals
Breakfast: 24, Lunch: 6, Dinner: 3

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Our trip was truly amazing! We felt that all the guides opened up about their experiences growing up in their respective countries. We felt like we were well looked after. Practically all the rooms were above our expectations especially the one in Pakbang Laos where we had an incredibly view of the Mekong River.

Mr. Paiboon was our guide in northern Thailand. We felt that in addition to being our best guide that he also became a friend. Kim in Vietnam was very very close! It was a tough call.

We would and have already recommended On the Go to other people. Thanks for a incredible experience! Rick and Deb

Rick Smith
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