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Ho Chi Minh
Siem Reap
7days/7nights
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Put the mythical Southeast Asian Angkor ( Siem Rea) and Saigon side by side and you have a meeting of two countries divided by an invisible line at the river. But the line becomes real when you compare their very different cultures, landscapes and pace of life. After the impressive pastoral riverbanks of Cambodia, we arrive in the "Land of the Nine Dragons", the rice granary of Vietnam. We are constantly struck by the hectic pace of life in this country as we pass houses over fish rearing pens in Chau Doc, the boat yards of Long Xuyen, Marguerite Duras' hometown of Sa Dec, the aquatic gardens of Vinh Long, the floating market in Cai Be, the temples, pagodas, brickworks, then the trawlers of My Tho, before dropping anchor at the nostalgic port of Saigon.

Ho Chi Minh
Can Tho
From 2 to 3 days
Life in the Mekong Delta revolves around water and the best way to discover the area and its rich riverlife is from the water. Several boats run overnight cruises in the Mekong Delta and one of these is the Bassac, a cosy little converted wooden rice barge which can accommodate up to 12 passengers in 6 nicely decorated cabins (with air-con and a private bathroom).
This 02days Mekong Cruise will help you explore the bustling floating markets of Cai Rang and Cat Be and enjoy the hospitality of a local villages on route.
Ho Chi Minh
Phnom Penh
9days/8nights
HTML clipboardPut the mythical Southeast Asian capitals of Phnom Penh and Saigon side by side and you have a meeting of two countries separated by an invisible line at the river. But the line becomes real when you compare their very different cultures, landscapes and pace of life. After the "Land of the Nine Dragons", the rice granary of Vietnam, we arrive at the impressive pastoral riverbanks of Cambodia. We are struck by the pace of activity and the cascade of things to see, including the nostalgic port of Saigon, the brickworks and trawlers of My Tho, the floating market in Cai Be, the temples and pagodas, the aquatic gardens of Vinh Long, Marguerite Duras' hometown of Sa Dec, the boat yards of Long Xuyen, the houses over fishing rearing pens in Chau Doc, before docking at Phnom Penh.
Ho Chi Minh
Angkor
8 days/ 7 nights
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The Pandaw stateroom is the most celebrated feature of our ships. Finished in brass and teak, the main and upper deck rooms are very spacious at 168 square feet. Much loved by all our passengers we have ensured that with each ship we build the stateroom remains the same. Our cabins do not have mini-bars, satellite TV’s, internet or phones. There is a 24 honesty bar on the sundeck. Pandaw passengers usually want to escape from the tiresome features found in international business hotels. We ask our crews never to arrive in port early and sit there tied up - indeed better to slow down if ahead of schedule.