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Toum Tiou II Cruise 8 Day Siem Reap- Saigon

Boat / Cruise Ship: Toum Tiou II Cruise(Cambodia) 
Itinerary: Siem Reap - Chnok Tru – Kompong Chnang - Kompong Tralach – Phnom Penh - Kaam Samnaar – Chau Doc - Vinh Long
Duration: 8 Days / 7 Nights
Brief Itinerary
Day 1: Siem Reap
Day 2: Chnok Tru – Kompong Chnang
Day 3: Kompong Tralach – Phnom Penh
Day 4: Phnom Penh
Day 5: Kaam Samnaar – Chau Doc
Day 6: Chau Doc – Vinh Long
Exchange Rate:US$1=VND22,770
Cabin CategoryDouble/ Twin OccupancySingle Occupancy
Upper deck cabinsVND 65,173,920
(~US$ 2,862)
VND 54,096,000
(~US$ 2,376)
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Main deck cabinsVND 62,751,360
(~US$ 2,756)
VND 52,096,800
(~US$ 2,288)
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Detailed Itinerary

Day 1 : Siem Reap
15:00 Meeting in front of FCC hotel in Siem Reap. Transfer by local tour agent for Phnom Krom boat-pier.

Transfer from the pier by local boat to the Toum Tiou.

16:00 Check-in at the boat docked near Phnom Krom in Siem Reap. Security briefing.

17:30 Drop Anchor near forest on the lake.

19:00 Welcome drink and info meeting about cruise, crew introduction.

Welcome dinner. Overnight onboard.
Meals: Dinner

Day 2 : Chnok Tru – Kompong Chnang
Departure of the Toum Tiou early in the morning. Sail to Chnok Tru, breakfast during navigation.

11:00 Arrival at Chnok Tru. Local boats are coming along the Toum Tiou and picking passengers for the visit. Almost totally overlooked by tourists because of its remoteness and difficult access, the village is completely self-sufficient. A floating school, factories to make ice for fish preservation, church, pagoda, service stations, pigsty, stores, boat or television repair shops, video club, karaoke bar, police station... everything is on the water. All trades are represented and everybody from children to grandparents goes by boat through the network of canals that cross this little town.

12:30 Passengers re-embark the Toum Tiou. Lunch on board on the way to Kampong Chnang.

16:00 Arrival to Kampong Chnang.

Located some 56 miles from Phnom Penh, the town of Kampong Chnang is one of the largest fishing ports on the Tonlé Sap. Fish farming is also widely practiced in the area. The area is famous for its pottery ware, unchanged in style for centuries, which is produced in sufficient quantities to supply the entire country. And not to be overlooked are the products of the Thnot tree (sugar palm – a real national symbol) that abounds in the area: a mellow tasting, caramel-colored sugar sold in large cakes and palm wine.

18:00 Passengers re-embark. The Toum Tiou drops anchor few miles away.

19:00 Dinner and overnight onboard.
Meals: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

Day 3 : Kompong Tralach – Phnom Penh
07:45 Departure of the Toum Tiou early in the morning. Sail to Kampong Tralach, breakfast during navigation.

08:00 Arrival at Kampong Tralach to visit its wonderful Vihara belonging to Wat Kampong Tralach Leu pagoda. To get to it, we cross Kampong Tralach Krom village along a small road perpendicular to the river, crossing some gorgeous stretches of emerald rice paddy as we leave the river behind.

The Vihara dates back to early last century. It was probably built on an older site, as indicated by the latérite foundations, and is home to some outstanding mural paintings. These, however, are starting to suffer from weathering. They remain one of the last survivors of cultural destruction that continues unabated due to widespread indifference.

Standing by itself in the middle of rice fields, it is a modest pagoda that receives very few visitors. Its isolation may well be its undoing, as was the case last May for Wat Tani Pagoda in the province of Kampot.

10:30 Passengers re-embark the Toum Tiou. Lunch on board on the way to Phnom Penh.

14:30 Arrival in Phnom Penh. Balance of the day free exploration on own. Suggestions can be made up on the interest of passengers. FCC,

Russian market, other boutiques (antiques), etc.

19:00 Return to the boat. Local group performs on board traditional “APSARA” show for 45 minutes.

19:45 Dinner at restaurant. and overnight on board.

Meals: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

Day 4 : Phnom Penh
08:00 Breakfast, departure for the Tuol Sleng Museum, old center of detention, of torture and execution between 1975 and 1979. The visit of this place is essential to understand what could be the fatal madness perpetrated by the Khmer Rouges.

12.00 Return to Phnom Penh, lunch onboard.

15:00 Half day city sightseeing tour including the Royal Palace and the National Museum.

19:00 Return to the boat. Toum Tiou departs Phnom Penh.
Meals: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
Accommodation: Toum Tiou II Cruise

Day 5 : Kaam Samnaar – Chau Doc

08:00 Navigation towards Kaam Samnaar (Cambodian border).

10:00 Toum Tiou arrives at Immigration check point in Kaam Samnaar. Clearance of departure formalities. Departure for Chau Doc, lunch during navigation.

13:00 Arrival at Chau Doc.

14:00 Located to the north at the beginning of Mekong's famous delta, Chau Doc straddles both banks of the Mekong which fans out to the dimensions of a river mouth here. Floating fish farms have sprung up everywhere. Bamboo fish drying racks are set up a meter above the water's surface. The bourgeoning downtown area features some charmingly rustic colonial buildings, squeezed in by the marketplace - the colorful, vibrant heart of the city. As always, these busy parts of town, despite their sometimes strong odors, offer wonderful photo opportunities...

Short panoramic tour of the city. This is the perfect timing to discover the effervescence of the local market.

18:00 Return to Toum Tiou.

19:30 Dinner onboard.
Meals: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

Day 6 : Chau Doc – Vinh Long
06:00 Depart Chau Doc for Sa Dec. Breakfast during navigation.

10:00 Toum Tiou leaves Chau Doc for Sa Dec. Lunch during navigation.

14:00 Arrival at Sa Dec – Short panoramic tour of Sa Dec and transfer by bus to Trung Vuong primary school. Continuing to Kien An Cung Pagoda. Stroll around Sa Dec Market along Sa Dec River bank. This small city of

30,000 inhabitants is fascinating in its unspoiled authenticity and undisturbed by tourists. It provides a glimpse of the delta where a few colonial houses still remain, including the "Chinaman's house" (from Duras' novel "The Lover", also made into a movie).

17:00 Return to the boat, departure for Vinh Long. Dinner during navigation.

Toum Tiou drops anchor few miles before Vinh Long.

19:30 Dinner on the ship.
Meals: Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

Day 7 : Cai Be – My Tho

07:30 Breakfast.

08:30 Arrival at Vinh Long, local boats pick up passengers for visiting a brick and pottery factory, the Binh Hoa

Phuoc Islet Nursery of Fruit Trees as well a typical house and a show room of traditional farming tools. Vinh Long, which translates as "Majestic Dragon", is right in the middle of the delta, between two arms of the Mekong. The soil of Vinh Long is enriched by silt deposits, making it ideal for growing mandarins and other

citrus fruits. Life is organized around the water. Houses on stilts, hawkers in boats, hundreds of small craft crisscross in all directions. The hospitality of the locals makes it a tourist destination par excellence. Departure for Cai Be Floating Market – going across the Mekong River en route.

11:30 Passengers re-embark at Cai Be, Toum Tiou leaves Cai Be for My Tho, lunch during navigation.

15:30 Arrival at My Tho – Toum Tiou drops anchor on river in the proximity of Thoi Son Island Local boats come alongside Toum Tiou to pick up passengers and transfer to the mainland.

Departure for short panoramic tour of My Tho town on the way. On the banks of a northern arm of the Mekong, My Tho, which translates as "fragrant herb", where tourists come to discover the beauty of the delta. It's a quiet, prosperous city of about 100,000 inhabitants, famous for its many fruit orchards, gardens and the huge rice fields that surround it. The climate is warm and pleasant year round. The surrounding countryside is home to one of the most luxuriant gardens of Vietnam, with its coconut palms, banana and mango trees.

Return at the pier - you will cruise on the river to Dragon Island by local boat to visit the island.

16:30 Re-embarking the Toum Tiou that leaves My Tho for Saigon

Time to navigate on the marvelous canal of Cho Gao.

19:00 Farewell cocktail (1 glass of local liquor or juice) with Master of Ship & Cruise Manager.

Captain’s farewell dinner (Enriched menu + 1 glass of wine). Toum Tiou drops anchor on river en route.

Overnight on board.

Day 8 : My Tho – Saigon
07:00 Departure for Saigon, breakfast and leisure on board.

11:00 Toum Tiou arrives at Saigon port – customs formalities clearance
Meals: Breakfast

Our prices include
• Full board accommodation, including meals, coffee, tea and drinking water
• French or English speaking guide
• Visits outlined in the program
• Entrance fees
• Transportation from departure port to arrival port

Our prices do not include:
• Personal travel insurance
• Tours and meals other than those mentioned in the program
• Transfer from/  to airport/ hotels
• Personal expenses
• Tips for the crew

Child policy
• Infants below 4 years may sleep in their parents' cabin at no extra charge but parents are to provide their own baby food.
• Children under 4 years: no charge
• Children aged 4-12 years: 30%
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