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The Mekong and Icons of Southeast Asia: Ha Long Bay, Angkor Wat & Luang Prabang

Immerse yourself in the beauty and culture of Southeast Asia on the beautiful Mekong River, in Vietnam’s Ha Long Bay and in the historic temples of Laos and Cambodia.
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Vietnam/Laos/Cambodia

The Mekong and Icons of Southeast Asia: Ha Long Bay, Angkor Wat & Luang Prabang

Immerse yourself in the beauty and culture of Southeast Asia on the beautiful Mekong River, in Vietnam’s Ha Long Bay and in the historic temples of Laos and Cambodia.
Length
15 days
Starts at
6,199
Special Offer
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Flights start at
FREE
Length
15 days
Rating (5)
Starts at
6,199
Special Offer
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Flights start at
FREE
Program No. 22630RJ

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At a Glance

Discover a land of mystical beauty in Southeast Asia, where brilliant waterways cut through exotic jungles, centuries-old monasteries still serve as religious monuments and the “Descending Dragon Bay” lives up to its name. On this journey by riverboat and on foot, float down the mesmerizing Mekong River in Laos to explore traditional villages and learn about their cultural heritage. Elsewhere, experience three unbelievable UNESCO World Heritage Sites. In Vietnam, explore the emerald waters and limestone pillars of Ha Long Bay. In Laos, learn about the graceful monasteries of Luang Prabang. And in Cambodia, bask in the brilliance of Angkor Wat and its extraordinary temples.
Activity Level
Keep the Pace
Walking 1-2 miles on uneven terrain and climbing in and out of small boats.
Small Group
Small Group
Love to learn and explore in a small-group setting? These adventures offer small, personal experiences with groups of 13 to 24 participants.

Best of all, you’ll…

  • Experience the ethereal beauty of Halong Bay on a one-night voyage aboard a private traditional Vietnamese junk.
  • Explore the magnificent temples of Angkor Wat with an expert temple instructor.
  • Go ashore in traditional villages along the beautiful Mekong River to discover their cultural heritage and learn their way of life.
Visit the Road Scholar Bookshop
You can find many of the books we recommend at the Road Scholar store on bookshop.org, a website that supports local bookstores.
Art & Architecture of Cambodia
by Helen Ibbitson Jessup
In the World of Art series illustrated overview of Angkor Wat, Banteay Srei and lesser-known recent discoveries in the surrounding jungle.
Golden Bones, An Extraordinary Journey from Hell in Cambodia to a New Life in America
by Sichan Siv
Full of determination and hope, this is a gripping memoir about author's family and idyllic childhood in Pochentong, and also, terrors of the Khmer Rouge and escape to freedom in America.
Fire in the Lake
by Frances FitzGerald
A classic historical, political and cultural portrait of the Vietnam War, seen through the eyes of the Vietnamese. Winner of both the Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award, FitzGerald, a staff writer at the New Yorker and a reporter in Vietnam, presents a vivid image of a revolution and a clear-sighted case for why the U.S offensive was doomed from the start.
The River's Tale, A Year on the Mekong
by Edward Gargan
A personal, probing chronicle of a 3,000 mile journey on the river from its source in China through Tibet, Burma, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia to the Mekong Delta in Vietnam.
The Quiet American
by Graham Greene
A classic, this is the most famous Western work of fiction on Vietnam. Greene writes of a love triangle between a war correspondent, his Vietnamese consort and an optimistic young American during the last days of French rule.
Birds of Southeast Asia
by Craig Robson
This authoritative, masterfully illustrated guide, featuring 140 color plates covering 1,270 species throughout the region, also includes Malaysia, Burma, Borneo and Indonesia.
Vietnam, Rising Dragon
by Bill Hayton
The veteran BBC newsman covers the tangled politics, rapidly changing economy, culture, history and people of Vietnam with great insight in this timely portrait of a nation in transition.
Lonely Planet Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos & the Greater Mekong
by Nick Ray
This compact practical guide covers the entire Mekong from the heights of Yunnan to Thailand, Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia.
A History of Cambodia
by David Chandler
An excellent, scholarly history from early civilization through the rise of Angkor, French colonial period, Vietnamization of Cambodia, Khmer Rouge and Coup de Force of 1997.
Communion, A Culinary Journey Through Vietnam
by Kim Fay
Fay recounts in savory detail a five-week journey with two friends from Hanoi to Saigon in search of the traditions, rituals and pleasures of food from local markets and street foods to haute cuisine.
A Traveller's History of Southeast Asia
by J.M. Barwise, Nicholas J. White
A compact history of the region, including the Khmer and the various ancient kingdoms that produced Borobudur, Angkor and other architectural marvels.
Temples of Cambodia, The Heart of Angkor
by Helen Ibbitson Jessup, Barry Brukoff (Photographer)
Jessup (Art and Architecture of Cambodia) provides the accompanying essays to this oversized portfolio of dazzling color images by Barry Brukoff, who has been photographing the monuments of Cambodia since 1963.
The Eaves of Heaven, A Life in Three Wars
by Andrew X. Pham
Pham recounts the story of his father's life during the French occupation, Japanese invasion and the American War, weaving such momentous events with anecdotes from his childhood and details of family, friends, food and daily life.
A Cambodian Prison Portrait
by Vann Nath
There are many myths about the Khmer Rouge's bloodthirstiness and brutality, but there was at least one place where they all were real: Security Prison 21, the secret police's killing machine. Of the 14,000 or so prisoners who were brought there for questioning, only a handful survived. One of them were the artist Vann Nath (1946-2011). In this thin little book, he describes his horrifying year behind the barbed wired walls of S-21. This book ranks among the most important and strongest witness-stories of world literature.
Eyewitness Guide Vietnam and Angkor Wat
by Eyewitness Guides
Featuring innovative site diagrams, local maps and hundreds of color photographs, this handy companion introduces the culture, history and attractions of Vietnam.
Angkor and the Khmer Civilization
by David D. Coe
The author presents a concise but complete picture of Khmer cultural history from the Stone Age until the establishment of the French Protectorate in 1863, and is lavishly illustrated with maps, plans, drawings, and photographs.
The Mekong, Turbulent Past, Uncertain Future
by Milton Osborne
A cultural history of the great river from prehistory to European exploration, colonial tensions and modern challenges. It's an engaging introduction to the history of Southeast Asia.
Cambodia's Curse, The Modern History of a Troubled Land
by Joel Brinkley
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Joel Brinkley returns to Cambodia a generation after the fall of the Khmer Rouge regime to report on the country's continuing struggle to recover from its past.
Arts of Southeast Asia
by Fiona Kerlogue
A handsome guide to the art, architecture, textiles and crafts of Southeast Asia.
Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia Map
by Nelles
A convenient, double-sided map of Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam at a scale of 1:1,500,000, with city maps of Hanoi, Vientiane, Ho Chi Minh City, Luang Prabang, and Phnom Penh. Includes the eastern portion of Thailand and Bangkok.
The Road of Lost Innocence
by Somaly Mam
Sold into servitude by her grandfather, Mam recounts the experiences of her early life, her awakening as an activist -- and work to rescue thousands of women and children in Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam and Laos.
Vietnam, A Traveler's Literary Companion
by John Balaban, Nguyen Qui Duc
From rain forest and rural countryside to the cities, these 17 stories from Vietnam's finest writers explore its landscapes, myths and changing traditions.
The Gods Drink Whiskey
by Stephen T. Asma
Asma writes with verve and wit in this eye-opening account of his yearlong stint teaching at the Buddhist Institute in Phnom Penh. His account is both an overview of Theravada Buddhism and a down-to-earth portrait of contemporary Cambodia.
To Cambodia With Love
by Andy Brouwer
In this insightful guide of works of 50 writers on the history, culture and attractions of Cambodia, including Khmer specialist Dawn Rooney (Odyssey Guide Angkor) and memoirist Loung Ung (First They Killed My Father).
Angkor: An Introduction to the Temples
by Dawn Rooney
Rooney’s Angkor is one of the most important and easy to understand guidebooks to the temples of Angkor. For those looking to gain some insight on the temples before they go, use the maps and legends to help them explore the temples’ features while in the park, or read after returning home to increase their understanding, this is the book to buy.
Vietnam Journeys
by Charles Fields
Photographer and traveler Charles Fields portrays the cultures and landscapes of Vietnam from the World Heritage Site of Hue and the Phung Hiep floating market to its forests and coastline in stunning color photographs.
A Dragon Apparent, Travels in Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam
by Norman Lewis
A classic account of travels and adventure during the last years of French Indochina, strong on atmosphere and including wonderfully detailed descriptions of local cultures and archaeological treasures. First published in 1951.
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15 days
14 nights
31 meals
12 B 1BR 7 L 11 D
DAY
1
In Transit to Program
In Flight
DAY
2
En Route
In Flight
DAY
3
Arrival Hanoi, Orientation, Welcome Dinner
Hanoi
D
Mercure Hanoi La Gare Hotel

Activity note: Hotel check-in available from 2:00pm. Arrivals throughout the day and early evening. Please note: If you arrive at the program late and miss Orientation, the Group Leader will give you a brief overview the following day.

Afternoon: Check in to your hotel and rest after the long journey to Vietnam. Please note: if you arrive at the program late and miss Orientation, the Group Leader will give you a brief overview the following day. *Orientation*: The Group Leader will greet everyone with a warm welcome and lead introductions. In addition to the program theme and logistics, we will review the up-to-date daily schedule and any changes, discuss responsibilities, safety guidelines, emergency procedures, and answer any questions you may have. We will review COVID-19 protocols and will adhere to local COVID-19 guidelines and requirements throughout the program. Please be aware that indicated times are approximate and that program activities and schedules could change due to local circumstances such as weather, traffic conditions, etc. In the event of changes, we will alert you as quickly as possible. Thank you for your understanding. During free time, the Group Leader will often be available for informal excursions, activities, or meals not included in the program. You are welcome to join if you wish, with any associated costs at your own expense, or you may explore independently.

Dinner: Welcome Dinner with a welcome drink at the hotel, featuring a taste of local food. Bottled water, coffee & tea included; additional beverages available for purchase.

Evening: At leisure.

DAY
4
Hanoi Exploration, Museum of Ethnology
Hanoi
B,L
Mercure Hanoi La Gare Hotel

Activity note: Getting on/off motorcoach; minimal driving. Walking up to 2 miles total throughout the day on paved, mostly level, surfaces.

Breakfast: At the hotel.

Morning: We begin the morning with a presentation on the History of Vietnam, led by a local expert. Next, we board a private motorcoach and visit Ba Dinh Square where Ho Chi Minh himself read out the Declaration of Independence in 1945. Inside Ba Dinh Square, revel at the simplicity of Ho Chi Minh's house. Visit the One Pillar Pagoda, constructed to celebrate the heiress Emperor Ly Thai Tong, who dreamt about receiving a son from the Buddhist goddess of mercy and compassion.

Lunch: At a local restaurant. Bottled water, coffee & tea included; additional beverages available for purchase.

Afternoon: We board the motorcoach and transfer to the Temple of Literature, Vietnam's first national university. For those interested, we continue on a guided visit of the Museum of Ethnology and learn about the lives and cultures of the 54 ethnic groups that live in Vietnam. The remainder of the afternoon is free for us to explore on our own.

Dinner: This meal has been excluded from the program cost and is on our own to enjoy what we like. The Group Leader will be happy to offer suggestions and give directions.

Evening: At leisure.

DAY
5
Transfer to Halong Bay, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Halong Bay
B,L,D
Bai Tho Junks

Activity note: The transfer from Hanoi to Ha Long Bay via motorcoach is approximately 3 hours with a rest stop en route.

Breakfast: Buffet at the hotel.

Morning: We board a private motorcoach and drive to Halong Bay. Along the way, we learn about Northern Vietnamese life from our Group Leader. Late morning, we board a traditional Vietnamese Junk for one night. "Ha Long" which means "Bay of Descending Dragons," is a stunning a site, famous for its scenic ocean karst topography and peaceful horizon.

Lunch: Aboard the boat. Enjoy characteristic Vietnamese cuisine with appetizer, choice of entrée, and dessert.

Afternoon: Using small rowboats to come ashore, we visit Thien Canh Son Cave. Later in the afternoon we have a presentation on the ecology and environmental issues of Halong Bay.

Dinner: Aboard the boat. Bottled water, coffee & tea included; additional beverages available for purchase.

Evening: At leisure.

DAY
6
Halong Bay, Coach to Hanoi, Old Quarters, Water Puppet show
Hanoi
B,BR,D
Mercure Hanoi La Gare Hotel

Activity note: The transfer from Halong Bay to Hanoi via motorcoach is approximately 3 hours with a rest stop en route.

Breakfast: Early morning coffee, tea and pastries.

Morning: Enjoy sunrise and a leisurely morning cruising through Halong Bay. On an early morning excursion, we reboard our small rowboats to explore a local fishing village. Afterwards, we return to the boat for brunch and prepare for check-out.

Brunch: Brunch on board the boat before returning to the port of Halong Bay, disembarking and transferring back to Hanoi by private motorcoach.

Lunch: At own arrangements.

Afternoon: Explore Hanoi's vibrant Old Quarter beginning with a cyclo ride near Hoam Kiem Lake. We also visit a restored 'tube house' to see how residents in this area once used to live. Remnant of a bygone era, the Old Quarter has the original street layout and architecture of old Hanoi. At the beginning of the 20th century the city consisted of only about 36 streets, most of which are now part of the Old Quarter. Each street then had merchants and households specialized in a particular trade, such as silk traders, jewellery, etc. The street names nowadays still reflect these specializations, although few of them remain exclusively in their original commerce.

Dinner: At a local restaurant. Bottled water, coffee & tea included; additional beverages available for purchase.

Evening: Engage in a traditional northern Vietnamese “Mua Roi Nuoc” performance -- a water puppet show. Water puppetry is performed in a pool, and typically depicts scenes from rural life and episodes of national history. This uniquely northern Vietnamese art form is a centuries old variation on ancient Asian puppet traditions. Puppets would be put out to watch over crops and, when fields flooded, villagers would entertain themselves with the puppets.

DAY
7
Fly to Laos, Board Riverboat, Explore Night Market
Luang Prabang
B,D
Mekong Pearl

Activity note: Flight from Hanoi to Laos approximately 1 hour. Board the Mekong Pearl. Please note that every river cruise on the upper Mekong is a pioneering experience and is subject to constantly changing river conditions, including floodwaters and shallows. The river-cruise itinerary of this tour may be altered due to the logistical complexities, or for safety reasons, depending on weather and river conditions.

Breakfast: Buffet at the hotel.

Morning: Luggage out and hotel check-out. We transfer to the airport for our flight to Luang Prabang, Laos.

Lunch: Light lunch provided on the flight.

Afternoon: Arrive in Luang Prabang, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Upon arrival, we transfer by coach to board the Mekong Pearl - our home for the next five nights. We have time to settle in before dinner.

Dinner: On board the boat. Three course plated meal.

Evening: After dinner, those interested can take a 10 minute walk into town and hike up Phusi Hill. The hike up is approximately 20 minutes along a path with some steps. In front of Phusi Hill is the Hmong Night market. This is where a lot of ethnic minorities, especially the Hmong community, sell handmade items. There are many other items for sale making this market a great place to explore. It is a huge part of the Luang Prabang community in the evening.

DAY
8
Luang Prabang, Alms Giving, Morning Market, Wat Xieng Thong
Luang Prabang
B,L,D
Mekong Pearl

Breakfast: Before breakfast, we walk into town to witness a very traditional part of Lao culture, Tak Baht. Observe the devout Buddhists giving alms to monks as they make their daily procession along the streets. Hundreds of Monks from different temples will walk through the city in their daily ritual of collecting alms for their meals. Afterwards, we explore the morning market before returning to the Mekong Pearl for a buffet breakfast.

Morning: After breakfast, we embark on a walking discovery of Luang Prabang town. This town is unique as it dotted with temples and lies on the confluence of the Mekong River and the Nam Khan river. The morning discovery, takes you through the small town, exploring the architecture and the way of life. End the walk at Wat Xieng Thong, one of the most important Lao monasteries and a significant monument to the spirit of religion, royalty and traditional art. The temple complex has over twenty structures including a sim, shrines, pavilions and residences. It was built from 1559-1560 by the Lao King Setthathirath and was a royal temple where the Lao kings were crowned until 1975, when the monarchy was dissolved in Laos. The temple is a good representation of typical Lao art and craft.

Lunch: At a local restaurant. Laos food served family-style.

Afternoon: After lunch we return to the boat and participate in a safety drill before beginning our cruise on the Mekong River. Later in the afternoon, we join the cruise director for a talk on the plight of Asian Elephant.

Dinner: Captain's Welcome Dinner on the sundeck.

Evening: At leisure.

DAY
9
Village Visit, Elephant Experience, Pak Ou Caves
Mekong River
B,L,D
Mekong Pearl

Activity note: Getting off and on smaller boats. There are around 220 steps to the first and second set of caves to see all the Buddha images.

Breakfast: Buffet on board the boat.

Morning: Embark on a small local boat up the Mekong River to Pak Ou Village. Here we can watch and feed the Asian Elephants in the village. We return to our boat and cross the river to Pak Ou Caves.These caves house thousands of votive Buddha statues left by pilgrims. We take a short walk through the forest to visit a traditional Laotian village. In the village, you see how the villagers make Lao-Lao - a traditional local rice liqueur.

Lunch: Buffet on board the boat.

Afternoon: We cruise down the scenic Mekong River. Later in the afternoon we enjoy a talk on Laos, the country and its people.

Dinner: On board the boat.

Evening: At leisure.

DAY
10
Wild Nature Along the Mighty Mekong
Mekong River
B,L,D
Mekong Pearl

Breakfast: Buffet on board the boat.

Morning: The boat cruises further along the Mekong River, passing impressive landscapes and awe inspiring rock formations. This morning we visit a local village school that is supported by the Mekong River Cruise fleet. Here we meet the local school children and learn a bit about the education system in Laos (school visit subject to holidays and exam schedules).

Lunch: Buffet on board the boat.

Afternoon: Further along the Mekong, the boat stops at a sandbank for the evening.

Dinner: On board the boat.

Evening: At leisure.

DAY
11
Kuang Si Waterfall, Luang Prabang, Baci Ceremony
Luang Prabang
B,L,D
Mekong Pearl

Breakfast: Buffet on board the boat.

Morning: The boat continues cruising towards Luang Prabang. We stop at a village and board a minivan to visit Kuang Si Waterfall. This is a great place to see some locals enjoying time with their families. We return to the boat by minivan.

Lunch: Buffet on board the boat.

Afternoon: We arrive back in Luang Prabang with some free time before dinner to further explore this amazing town.

Dinner: 'Farewell Dinner' on board the boat.

Evening: Participate in a traditional Laos Baci Ceremony that serves as a farewell (or welcome) ceremony giving you good wishes for your journey ahead.

DAY
12
Disembark Boat, Fly to Siem Reap, Cambodia
Siem Reap
B,D
Tara Angkor Hotel

Activity note: Flight time from Luang Prabang, Laos, to Siem Reap, Cambodia, is approximately 1 ½ hours.

Breakfast: Buffet on board the boat.

Morning: This morning we disembark the boat and transfer to the airport for our flight to Siem Reap, Cambodia.

Lunch: Light lunch provided on the flight.

Afternoon: Upon arrival in Siem Reap, we transfer to our program hotel. After checking in, we join our local guide for a quick orientation to Siem Reap and Cambodia. Afterwards, we watch a film about Cambodia's history in the hotel meeting room.

Dinner: At the hotel. Bottled water, coffee & tea included; additional beverages available for purchase.

Evening: At leisure.

DAY
13
Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, Free Time, Apsara Dance
Siem Reap
B,D
Tara Angkor Hotel

Activity note: Walking 2-3 miles on uneven surfaces with many steps, some without railings.

Breakfast: At the hotel.

Morning: Enjoy the breathtaking beauty of Angkor Wat as it is silhouetted in the sky during sunrise. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Angkor Archaeological Park contains the magnificent remains of the different capitals of the Khmer Empire, from the 9th to the 15th century. As the best-preserved temple at the site, Angkor Wat, is the only temple to have remained a significant religious centre since its foundation is Hindu - dedicated to the god Vishnu - then Buddhist. The temple is at the top of the high classical style of Khmer architecture. We return to the hotel for breakfast. After breakfast we explore Angkor Thom, the last and most enduring capital city of the Khmer empire. Established in the late twelfth century by King Jayavarman VII, at the center of the city is the mesmerizing temple of Bayon.

Lunch: At a local restaurant.

Afternoon: After lunch we have free time to explore Siem Reap, or simply relax at the hotel. In the late afternoon/early evening, we gather once more in the hotel meeting room to watch the movie "The Flute Player".

Dinner: At a local restaurant. Bottled water, coffee & tea included; additional beverages available for purchase.

Evening: Enjoy an Apsara Dance performance by a group of local artists that are working to preserve traditional Cambodian classical arts. As evidenced in part by the innumerable apsaras (celestial dancers) that adorn the walls of Angkorian and pre-Angkorian temples, this dance has been a part of Khmer culture for more than a millennium.

DAY
14
Ta Prohm, Banteay Srei, Landmine Museum
Siem Reap
B,L,D
Tara Angkor Hotel

Activity note: Early morning departure by motorcouch to visit Ta Prohm temple (approximately 7 miles/20 minutes drive), then walking around 1½ miles on flat dirt paths through forest to reach Ta Prohm. Motorcoach transfer from Ta Prohm to Banteay Srei temple (approximately 16 miles/45 minutes drive) then walking around ½ mile. Visiting Banteay Srei can be very hot as there is very little shade.

Breakfast: At the hotel.

Morning: We have an early start to visit Ta Prohm temple in Siem Reap Province before the crowds get there. Built at the height of the Khmer Empire by Jayavarman VII as a Buddhist monastery and center of learning, Ta Prohm has a traditional Khmer structure consisting of a series of gradually smaller enclosures, the largest of which is about 1000 by 650 meters (3,300 x 2,100 feet). The sanctuary is centered around the huge, elevated stone face of Prajnaparamita, the personification of wisdom, whose features were modeled after those of the king's mother. Ta Prohm's popularity has soared in recent years along with the rest of the Angkor complex, but especially because of its appearance in the movie "Lara Croft: Tomb Raider." We continue to Banteay Srei - the Citadel of Women - a pink, sandstone temple built in the latter half of the 10th century by Rajendravarman II and Jayavaraman V.

Lunch: At a traditional Khmer style house in an open-air setting with fan.

Afternoon: Explore the Landmine Museum and learn about the landmine issues in Cambodia. We return to the hotel in Siem Reap by coach.

Dinner: 'Farewell Dinner' featuring local cuisine with bottled water, coffee & tea included; additional beverages available for purchase.

Evening: Say farewell to new Road Scholar friends and pack and prepare for departures tomorrow. The Group Leader will discuss transfers to the airport.

DAY
15
Program Concludes, Departures Home
In Flight
B

Activity note: Hotel check-out at 12:00noon.

Breakfast: Hotel buffet. Program concludes.

Morning: If you are returning home, safe travels. If you are staying on independently, have a wonderful time. If you are transferring to another Road Scholar program, detailed instructions are included in your Information Packet for that program. We hope you enjoy Road Scholar learning adventures and look forward to having you on another rewarding program in the future. Don’t forget to join our Facebook page and Instagram feed to share photos of our program. Best wishes for all your journeys!






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