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Classic Vietnam & Angkor - Exodus Travels
Classic Vietnam & Angkor - Exodus Travels
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48 reviews
Starts
Hanoi
Destinations
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Ends
Siem Reap
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Highlights

  • Take a 4-hour journey to Halong Bay
  • Enjoy a seafood lunch on board
  • Climb Marble Mountain
  • Explore the large caves
  • Spend the morning at the Red Bridge restaurant
Age range
16 to 80 year olds
Accommodation
Hotel
Max Group Size
16
Transportation
Private Vehicle
Start in Hanoi and end in Siem Reap! With the discovery tour Classic Vietnam & Angkor, you have a 14 day tour package taking you from Hanoi to Siem Reap and through Hanoi, Vietnam and 14 other destinations in Asia. Classic Vietnam & Angkor is a small group tour that includes accommodation in a hotel as well as an expert guide, meals, transport and more.

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  • KM
    Written on November 25, 2017
    4.5 - Excellent

    Previously I had traveled on my own; food was hit and miss. This tour organized a lot of activities and offered expert food guidance - two of the biggest advantages
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  • Classic Vietnam & Angkor reviewer 2
    Written on November 5, 2013
    4.0 - Good

    A very interesting & mixed trip. Fascinating country, my eyes were out on stalks most of the time. All life can be seen on the back of a motor bike.What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?Seeing the traffic flow like water around locals & tourists crossing the road.What did you think of your group leader?Phoung was an excellent leader, couldn't have done any more for us. He was more disappointed than our group when Halong Bay boat trip had to be cancelled due to weather. He organised a party in his room to try to cheer us up. The fact he successfully got everyone across the road every time is a credit to him. He was ever cheerful, knowledgable and guided us all to having the best possible time we could.Do you have any advice for potential travellers?Its hot & humid. Light cotton clothing. Hat & umbrella essential.  Dollars accepted everywhere but local currency useful in Vietnam, not needed at all in Cambodia. Best shopping by far in HoiAn. Well worth getting clothes made, even simple pair of black trousers. Rehydration salts essential. Locals friendly, never felt threatened or uncomfortable.  Laundry cheap & very available. Busy most of the time with a few long coach journeys as well as the flights.Is there anything else you would like to add?We booked our own flights as we didn't fancy the long stop over on the return hjouney with Exodus. We arrived a day earlier in Hanoi so were better rested before the trip started. Had a great day exploring Hanoi on our own. Also stayed another day in Siem Reap at the end which was time well spent. Try to get to the circus if you can - street kids trained up with skills that they use to can earn a living - very funny & so talented.

  • Classic Vietnam & Angkor reviewer 3
    Written on April 29, 2013
    5.0 - Excellent

    Quite simply both are lands of beauty, interesting wildlife (birds), very friendly people and superb food. I would recommend a visit to anyone but would suggest sooner rather than later - before it becomes too commercialised.Great for serious photography, and for snap-shooting also.What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?Night time in Hoi An.What did you think of your group leader?A most personable Guy with a nice sense of humour. Always very helpful and interested in the group members.Do you have any advice for potential travellers?We spent a few extra days either side of the 'fixed' schedule - this afforded us bird watching opportunities in National Parks which were superb. It also afforded us the opportunity to drive through some very interesting countryside.Is there anything else you would like to add?I want to return .....

  • Classic Vietnam & Angkor reviewer 4
    Written on April 29, 2013
    5.0 - Excellent

    Quite simply both are lands of beauty, interesting wildlife (birds), very friendly people and superb food. I would recommend a visit to anyone but would suggest sooner rather than later - before it becomes too commercialised.Great for serious photography, and for snap-shooting also.What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?Night time in Hoi An.What did you think of your group leader?A most personable Guy with a nice sense of humour. Always very helpful and interested in the group members.Do you have any advice for potential travellers?We spent a few extra days either side of the 'fixed' schedule - this afforded us bird watching opportunities in National Parks which were superb. It also afforded us the opportunity to drive through some very interesting countryside.Is there anything else you would like to add?I want to return .....

  • Classic Vietnam & Angkor reviewer 5
    Written on April 17, 2013
    5.0 - Excellent

    Excellent variety of things to see and do. Small congenial group.What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?Overnight cruise in Halong Bay including  sea kayaking through a rock tunnel to an enclosed bay with wild monkeys.Exploring the Chi Chi tunnels - I knew about these of course, but experiencing them first hand and understanding the ingenuity and determination that  created them and kept them functioning was fascinating.Loved Hoi An - relaxing after the bustle of Hanoi.Angkor Wat for its scale, Bayon temple for its artistry and doing my Tomb Raider pose among those incredible tree roots at Ta Prohm. What did you think of your group leader?Dat was very personable and fitted in well with the group. He took us to some great places to eat that we might not have discovered for ourselves, especially the Night market BBQ in Ho Chi Minh City and the newly opened Little Menu restaurant in Hoi An. I'm sure a lot of work went on behind the scenes to make all the arrangements flow smoothly.In Angkor, we had less social time with our guide but he was very knowledgable and made a good selection of 4 temples each with something different to offer.Do you have any advice for potential travellers?Although guide books say you can get good coffee in Vietnam, I found it almost undrinkable. It was often like tar and the biggest problem was that I just couldn't find unsweetened milk. So if you like white coffee without sugar, suggest you take both coffee and some powdered milk (kettle in all hotels on this trip)Don't take too many clothes; you will be packing and unpacking a lot. Laundry services are easy to find, very cheap (outside the hotel) and quick. Loose silk or cotton pants or tops are very cheap and there are lots of T shirts, trainers, sandals etc if you need them + you will need space in your luggage to bring stuff back.Save your shopping for Hoi An; best quality, best variety and rather less hustle and bustle than Hanoi.If you are in the market for a handbag (or belt, wallet etc) Siem Reap has lots of crocodile, snake, ostrich and sting ray leather goods - not cheap but certainly cheaper than UK for this quality.Is there anything else you would like to add?A couple of adjustments would have made an excellent itinerary perfect:A little less time in Hanoi and a little more in Hoi AnThe 'sunset'  visit to an Angkor temple was a little underwhelming. An earlier start the next day to see sunrise over Angkor Wat would have been preferable. Although this would have meant an early start, it would have been preferable to the 40 degree + heat we expereinced later in the day.You may want to give feedback to the Angkor Holiday Hotel (as a company you may have more clout than an individual) They decided to take over the pool area for a staff party on our last day which not only deprived guests of its use on a very hot aftenoon, but made a lot of noise  until nearly midnight.

  • Classic Vietnam & Angkor reviewer 6
    Written on April 17, 2013
    5.0 - Excellent

    Excellent variety of things to see and do. Small congenial group.What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?Overnight cruise in Halong Bay including  sea kayaking through a rock tunnel to an enclosed bay with wild monkeys.Exploring the Chi Chi tunnels - I knew about these of course, but experiencing them first hand and understanding the ingenuity and determination that  created them and kept them functioning was fascinating.Loved Hoi An - relaxing after the bustle of Hanoi.Angkor Wat for its scale, Bayon temple for its artistry and doing my Tomb Raider pose among those incredible tree roots at Ta Prohm. What did you think of your group leader?Dat was very personable and fitted in well with the group. He took us to some great places to eat that we might not have discovered for ourselves, especially the Night market BBQ in Ho Chi Minh City and the newly opened Little Menu restaurant in Hoi An. I'm sure a lot of work went on behind the scenes to make all the arrangements flow smoothly.In Angkor, we had less social time with our guide but he was very knowledgable and made a good selection of 4 temples each with something different to offer.Do you have any advice for potential travellers?Although guide books say you can get good coffee in Vietnam, I found it almost undrinkable. It was often like tar and the biggest problem was that I just couldn't find unsweetened milk. So if you like white coffee without sugar, suggest you take both coffee and some powdered milk (kettle in all hotels on this trip)Don't take too many clothes; you will be packing and unpacking a lot. Laundry services are easy to find, very cheap (outside the hotel) and quick. Loose silk or cotton pants or tops are very cheap and there are lots of T shirts, trainers, sandals etc if you need them + you will need space in your luggage to bring stuff back.Save your shopping for Hoi An; best quality, best variety and rather less hustle and bustle than Hanoi.If you are in the market for a handbag (or belt, wallet etc) Siem Reap has lots of crocodile, snake, ostrich and sting ray leather goods - not cheap but certainly cheaper than UK for this quality.Is there anything else you would like to add?A couple of adjustments would have made an excellent itinerary perfect:A little less time in Hanoi and a little more in Hoi AnThe 'sunset'  visit to an Angkor temple was a little underwhelming. An earlier start the next day to see sunrise over Angkor Wat would have been preferable. Although this would have meant an early start, it would have been preferable to the 40 degree + heat we expereinced later in the day.You may want to give feedback to the Angkor Holiday Hotel (as a company you may have more clout than an individual) They decided to take over the pool area for a staff party on our last day which not only deprived guests of its use on a very hot aftenoon, but made a lot of noise  until nearly midnight.

  • Classic Vietnam & Angkor reviewer 7
    Written on April 11, 2013
    4.0 - Good

    Friendly people, lovely country, good tour leaders taking care of all our needs without being overbearing, good hotel facilities.  Always difficult to strike a balance, but I think going forward you might want to progressively let go of the past legacy, the war, the politics and concentrate more on cultural highlights (Hue ?) and leisureWhat was the most inspirational moment of your trip?Halong Bay, Angkor WatWhat did you think of your group leader?Friendly, helpful, considerateDo you have any advice for potential travellers?Do follow the guidelines on drinks, I've seen a number of people with upset stomachs, in searing temperatures too.Stick to beer, Saigon Green is surprisingly goodIs there anything else you would like to add?Buy yourself a traffic breathing mask, very handy in Hanoi and Saigon 

  • Classic Vietnam & Angkor reviewer 8
    Written on April 11, 2013
    4.0 - Good

    Friendly people, lovely country, good tour leaders taking care of all our needs without being overbearing, good hotel facilities.  Always difficult to strike a balance, but I think going forward you might want to progressively let go of the past legacy, the war, the politics and concentrate more on cultural highlights (Hue ?) and leisureWhat was the most inspirational moment of your trip?Halong Bay, Angkor WatWhat did you think of your group leader?Friendly, helpful, considerateDo you have any advice for potential travellers?Do follow the guidelines on drinks, I've seen a number of people with upset stomachs, in searing temperatures too.Stick to beer, Saigon Green is surprisingly goodIs there anything else you would like to add?Buy yourself a traffic breathing mask, very handy in Hanoi and Saigon 

  • Classic Vietnam & Angkor reviewer 9
    Written on March 11, 2013
    5.0 - Excellent

    It is far more jam packed than the itinerary would lead you to think.  The places we stayed in were, in this order: Hanoi, Halong Bay, Hanoi, Hoi An, Ho Chi Minh City, Can Tho, Ho Chi Minh City, Siem Reap.  Eight different beds in two weeks and a heck of a lot of walking, bus rides and three internal flights. Everything went extremely smoothly thanks to amazing organisation and a tour leader/guide who was extremely professional and capable.  What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?We'd done a fair amount of walking around Hanoi on a drizzly day when Nam (our group leader) realised that we probably wanted a break. Rather than go into a "normal" restaurant, we hunched down onto little plastic chairs within an alcove on the pavement of a back street where we were given rice spirits, herbal tea and puffs of tabacco out of a big, bubbling bong. The man providing the tea break looked like an elderly son of Ho Chi Minh, himself and despite his meagre business assets could not have been more cheerful and kindly towards us.  This was an inspired idea from our group leader as I don't know if we, left to our own devices, would ever have stopped for a break at somewhere which appeared to be as rough as this place appeared.  With Nam in attendance, we knew it would be good and in fact, it was one of many wonderful moments in the holiday. What did you think of your group leader?Huge smile. Cheery upbeat nature. Thoughtful to our wellbeing and needs. Nam did everything he could to make our trip as smooth as it could possibly be. However, he didn't just take us to dozens of temples and tourist sites, he brought his personal history and experiences into the equation so that we received an insight into the people's history that was as deep as could be possible in the twelve days that we were with him. Getting to know Vietnam through Nam was a key part of the holiday. Our tour leader in Cambodia was a lovely chap and did a fine job of looking after us and making sure we were well catered for but his rough grip of English was such that it was difficult to gain much insightful information from him. Do you have any advice for potential travellers?Don't have any worries about the internal flights. They were all less than an hour and took place from smallish airports where everything went amazingly smoothly and on time.  Thanks to early starts and terrific organisation, the flights took very little out of our days.  It was amazing to be able to jump from the different cultures and weather in the three different parts of the country.  I'd been concerned about the food and the security.  I'd imagined that we'd be eating all sorts of strange meats and little else. In fact, there were always chicken, beef and vegetarian options.  You didn't have to eat snails, frog legs and squid. I had a dicky tummy on one of the days but I was the only one in our group of eleven who did. With regards security, every hotel room had a working safe. Personal safety was never an issue ... the Vietnamese seemed like a very honest, hard working, moral bunch.   We were warned to be very careful in Ho Chi Minh City but didn't experience or hear of anything to worry us.  Everything you hear about crossing the roads is true.  It is unbelievable.  You simply have to walk out into the sea of motorbikes and have faith that they won't run you over. It works but takes a heck of a lot of getting used to.  Oh yes ... if you are ever asked if you want to go on an out-of-town cycle ride ... accept.  Both the cycle rides we went on were wonderful.  They were chances to get out into the beautiful countryside and receive a taste of village life.Is there anything else you would like to add?Very busy.  Great value.  Professionally run and organised.  More early starts than we're used to but all in all ... a very rich experience which I'd highly recommend. 

  • Classic Vietnam & Angkor reviewer 10
    Written on March 11, 2013
    5.0 - Excellent

    It is far more jam packed than the itinerary would lead you to think.  The places we stayed in were, in this order: Hanoi, Halong Bay, Hanoi, Hoi An, Ho Chi Minh City, Can Tho, Ho Chi Minh City, Siem Reap.  Eight different beds in two weeks and a heck of a lot of walking, bus rides and three internal flights. Everything went extremely smoothly thanks to amazing organisation and a tour leader/guide who was extremely professional and capable.  What was the most inspirational moment of your trip?We'd done a fair amount of walking around Hanoi on a drizzly day when Nam (our group leader) realised that we probably wanted a break. Rather than go into a "normal" restaurant, we hunched down onto little plastic chairs within an alcove on the pavement of a back street where we were given rice spirits, herbal tea and puffs of tabacco out of a big, bubbling bong. The man providing the tea break looked like an elderly son of Ho Chi Minh, himself and despite his meagre business assets could not have been more cheerful and kindly towards us.  This was an inspired idea from our group leader as I don't know if we, left to our own devices, would ever have stopped for a break at somewhere which appeared to be as rough as this place appeared.  With Nam in attendance, we knew it would be good and in fact, it was one of many wonderful moments in the holiday. What did you think of your group leader?Huge smile. Cheery upbeat nature. Thoughtful to our wellbeing and needs. Nam did everything he could to make our trip as smooth as it could possibly be. However, he didn't just take us to dozens of temples and tourist sites, he brought his personal history and experiences into the equation so that we received an insight into the people's history that was as deep as could be possible in the twelve days that we were with him. Getting to know Vietnam through Nam was a key part of the holiday. Our tour leader in Cambodia was a lovely chap and did a fine job of looking after us and making sure we were well catered for but his rough grip of English was such that it was difficult to gain much insightful information from him. Do you have any advice for potential travellers?Don't have any worries about the internal flights. They were all less than an hour and took place from smallish airports where everything went amazingly smoothly and on time.  Thanks to early starts and terrific organisation, the flights took very little out of our days.  It was amazing to be able to jump from the different cultures and weather in the three different parts of the country.  I'd been concerned about the food and the security.  I'd imagined that we'd be eating all sorts of strange meats and little else. In fact, there were always chicken, beef and vegetarian options.  You didn't have to eat snails, frog legs and squid. I had a dicky tummy on one of the days but I was the only one in our group of eleven who did. With regards security, every hotel room had a working safe. Personal safety was never an issue ... the Vietnamese seemed like a very honest, hard working, moral bunch.   We were warned to be very careful in Ho Chi Minh City but didn't experience or hear of anything to worry us.  Everything you hear about crossing the roads is true.  It is unbelievable.  You simply have to walk out into the sea of motorbikes and have faith that they won't run you over. It works but takes a heck of a lot of getting used to.  Oh yes ... if you are ever asked if you want to go on an out-of-town cycle ride ... accept.  Both the cycle rides we went on were wonderful.  They were chances to get out into the beautiful countryside and receive a taste of village life.Is there anything else you would like to add?Very busy.  Great value.  Professionally run and organised.  More early starts than we're used to but all in all ... a very rich experience which I'd highly recommend. 

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  1. Day 1: Start Hanoi.
  2. Day 2: City tour; afternoon free.
  3. Day 3: To Halong Bay; cruise, overnight on board boat
  4. Day 4: Continue cruise; return to Hanoi.
  5. Day 5: Fly to Danang; transfer to Hoi An.
  6. Day 6: Walking tour of Hoi An; free afternoon.
  7. Day 7: Cruise on Thu Bon River to a cooking class; afternoon free.
  8. Day 8: Fly to Saigon; afternoon city tour.
  9. Day 9: Morning visit to Cu Chi Tunnels; free afternoon.
  10. Day 10: To Mekong Delta; cruise through waterways
  11. Day 11: Visit floating market; return to Saigon.
  12. Day 12: Fly to Siem Reap.
  13. Day 13: Full day to explore Angkor.
  14. Day 14: End Siem Reap.

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Destinations

Covering a total distance of approx 2,310 km.
  • Hanoi (Vietnam)
  • 126 km
  • Halong Bay (Vietnam)
  • 126 km
  • Hanoi (Vietnam)
  • 606 km
  • Da Nang (Vietnam)
  • 23 km
  • Hoi An (Vietnam)
  • 23 km
  • Da Nang (Vietnam)
  • 612 km
  • Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam)
  • 29 km
  • Cu Chi Tunnels (Vietnam)
  • 29 km
  • Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam)
  • 83 km
  • Cai Be (Vietnam)
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