DAY 1 – NHA TRANG
Enjoy some time in the coastal town of Nha Trang. See the impressive Po Nagar Cham Towers which stand on the hilltop looking over the bay below. Built between the 7th and 12th century they are reached by 70 sloped steps and offer wonderful views. Back in the town, you’ll see the Long Son Pagoda, which features intricate ceramic tiles and glasswork depicting dragons and has wonderful murals telling local legends. Absorb the vibrancy of Dam Market selling all sorts of foods and wares, before visiting the Nha Trang Cathedral which is a 1930’s construction in a French Gothic style, with a Vietnamese twist. You’ll have chance to purchase some souvenirs at an embroidery and silk workshop. Enjoy luncheon in a local restaurant, before taking your flight to Saigon (Ho Chi Minh) and onto Siam Reap, Cambodia. Check into the Sohka Angkor Resort Hotel, where you’ll have dinner accompanied by an Apsara Dance show.
DAY 2 – ANCIENT CITY OF ANGKOR
After breakfast, head for the enchanting Banteay Srei Temple, known as the Citadel of Women. This petite temple possesses wonderful, intricate carvings. You will have chance to visit Preah Dak to witness the lives of Cambodian country people. See the enchanting Ta Prohm Temple, which was used during the filming of ‘Tomb Raider’. Luncheon will be served at the Tara Hotel. The highlight of your day will be visiting the World Heritage site of Angkor Wat, a stunning blend of spirituality and symmetry. Angkor Wat is undoubtedly the most breathtaking of all Angkor monuments. Venture on to the South Gate at Angkor Thom and explore the forested centre of this once great city. You’ll also see the Bayon Temple, the Terrace of the Leper King, Terrace of the 12 Elephants, the Baphuon and the Royal Palace. Take an early evening flight to Cambodia’s capital, Phnom Pen. On arrival, you’ll check into the Sokha, Anghor Hotel, where dinner will be served and you will spend one night.
DAY 3 - SINGAPORE
Take an early breakfast, before your flight to Singapore. On arrival, you’ll be met by a local guide and transferred directly to Queen Elizabeth, in time for late luncheon on board. You’ll have an opportunity to explore the city of Singapore as you wish the following day.
Bookings for this tour will close on 20th December 2015. Any bookings made after this date are on a request basis only. There is a strict minimum and maximum participation. Please ensure you book the correct tour code for the accommodation you require (Double = NHA802, Single = NHA803). Prices shown on your record of shore excursions are per person, not per room. Once your booking is confirmed, any cancellation made after bookings close will incur a 100% cancellation fee. This tour departs Nha Trang on 1st April and returns on 3rd April in Singapore. Please check your embarkation/disembarkation dates before booking this tour. This excursion is physically demanding. Be prepared for early morning starts, lengthy days, and airport delays. No refunds will be given for any unused portion. Flight times and further details will be advised on board.
The fare includes: transport by coach and economy class air travel, sightseeing, meals and hotel accommodation as stated. Visas for Cambodia and Vietnam are included. Two glasses of house wine, local beer soft drinks, tea and coffee are included with meals.
The fare does not include: items of a personal nature such as refreshments, telephone calls, laundry, gratuities, room service, fees for doctor’s visits and any treatment or prescriptions. Those wishing to order alternative beverages during the overland will be charged separately. Guests should check visa requirements for Singapore prior to travel.
What to pack: please bring two passport sized photos for visa documentation and ensure that your passport has 2 blank pages. Please remember your passport and any medication. Luggage limit is one bag per person with a maximum weight of 20kg.
Cambodia: light clothing, comfortable walking shoes and protection against the sun and mosquitoes are recommended. US dollars in small denominations are widely accepted. Appropriate attire covering shoulders, arms and legs is required when visiting places of worship including Angkor temples (shawls and long shorts are not permitted). You may also be requested to remove your shoes (socks are recommended). Please refrain from raising your voice as this is considered ill-mannered.