Cruises Vietnam & Cambodia

Aqua Mekong Cruise

Cruise company: Aqua Mekong Cruise
Type of cruise: Luxury, Sharing, 20 cabins
Destinations: Vietnam - Cambodia
Aqua Mekong cruise is a few years old (born in 2014 in Saigon) but always show itself by its quality of service. The Cruise is the first small luxury cruise to travel up and down the Mekong River between the Mekong Delta in Vietnam and Cambodia. This 5-star boat provides the most comfortable facilities. The crew and tour guide are extremely professional. Aqua Mekong brings you absolutely a most enjoyable trip.
Destinations: Phnom Penh - Tonle Sap Lake - Koh Chen - Kampong Chhnang - Chnok Tru - Tonle Sap - Khla - Prek Toal - Siem Reap

Itinerary

Day 1 : Phnom Penh (D)

  • Upon arrival at Phnom Penh port, welcome to the laid back luxury of the Aqua Mekong. Settle into your elegantly appointed river facing suite as the vessel begins to cruise and thus begins one of life’s most memorable and photogenic adventures. Ascend to the Observation Deck if you wish, to sip sundowners against the backdrop of Phnom Pen’s skyline.
  • Join us in the evening for a performance by renowned Cambodian Apsara dancers who continue an ancient tradition venerated on the intricately carved walls at Angkor Wat.

Day 2 : Tonle Sap - Koh Chen - Kapong Chhnang (B, L, D)

  • This morning, we embark by skiff to visit Koh Chen, or ‘Chinese Island’ in Khmer. The inhabitants of this riverside village are renowned throughout the region as silver and coppersmiths. They purchase the precious metals in Phnom Penh and return here to make ornamental items such as the cups, boxes and delicately engraved tropical fruits used in Buddhist ceremonies and marriage blessings. Each family member carries out an aspect of these ancient methods and the intricate, beautiful workmanship belies its humble origins. Purchase whatever catches your eye before we continue on to the pagoda. If the monks are in residence, we will experience an authentic Buddhist blessing ceremony.
  • Later in the day, we continue exploring Khmer riverside life in the floating village of Kampong Chhnang, meaning Port of Pottery. Archaeological findings here link this now sleepy area as far back as the Dvaravati kingdom, dating to the 6th through 11th centuries when Kampong Chhnang was an important coastal stop on the trade route linking China and India. More recently, Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen was born in this province. Colorful shrines with gilded Buddhas, villagers sporting conical hats more often associated with Vietnam and simple houses on bamboo stilts are among today’s striking sights along the waterfront.

Day 3 : Kampong Chhnang – Chnok Tru – Tonle Sap Lake – Moat Khla (B, L, D)

  • We continue exploring remote communities around the Tonle Sap River, an ecological hot spot designated as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 1997. Today we travel by skiff to the village of Chnok Tru, as photogenic as it is remote and thus completely self-sufficient.
  • Here we “slide” into an ice factory, the importance of which will be obvious after a few days in Southeast Asia. As local factory workers explain how they make and use the ice for fish preservation, our expert guides translate and get answers to your questions about this livelihood so different from ours. Also be on the lookout in this lake village for floating schools, riverside churches and pagoda, and even the karaoke bar and police station. Literally everything and everyone in Chnok Tru travels by small boat through the intricate network of canals crisscrossing this tiny town.
  • Onboard the Aqua Mekong, we cruise onward to the remote fishing village of Moat Kla. We climb back into the skiffs and head for the shore where our expert guides act as translators, allowing you to pose questions to the people of Moat Kla about their lives.
  • You may be surprised to see that although most communities on the Tonle Sap are quite isolated, even Moat Kla has floating ‘convenience’ stores stocked with fishing tackle, cooking utensils, rice, beer, candy, fruits and vegetables. Along the water, there are also small merchants like egg vendors, women selling bamboo stalks stuffed with sticky rice and even divers hired to search for lost objects.
  • Moat Kla is the last village in Siem Reap Province on the southeastern end of the lake and only accessible by water. The community is largely of Vietnamese descent, owing to its settlement long before the nuances of international borders.
  • Aqua Expeditions has made special arrangements for our guests to attend the blessing ceremony conducted at Moat Kla’s Buddhist temple, home to only four monks.

Day 4 : Prek Toal – Tonle Sap Lake – Siem Reap (B)

  • This may be our last day but the adventure is far from over as we head off by skiff after breakfast into the 22,000-hectare Prek Toal Core Bird Reserve on Tonle Sap Lake, one of the largest freshwater bodies in Asia and the last refuge in Southeast Asia for large waterbirds like the spot-billed pelicans, milky stork, black-headed ibis and the elusive masked finfoot. Along the way, we visit floating houses and fish farms, and learn about sustainable development initiatives like Saray, a cooperative of women who weave water hyacinth into 100% organic mats and home accessories for some of Southeast Asia’s finest hotels. Visitors like us are invited to test our knotting skills, usually to the amusement of the resident experts.
  • We return to the Aqua Mekong to pack up then disembark for the road journey to Siem Reap

Price & Booking

Include

  • All meals while onboard
  • Beverages (non-alcoholic, selected wines and beer)
  • All shore excursions
  • Laundry
  • Bike use
  • Internet
  • Group transfers

Exclude

  • All air tickets
  • Visas
  • Private transfers
  • Spa services
  • Boutique purchases
  • Guide and crew gratuities 
Remark:
  • Departure date on Tuesday 
  • Cruise itinerary and schedule are subject to change due to weather and operating conditions. Unused services are not subject to a refund.
  • Meals on board are fusion: Vietnamese, Cambodian & international. Guests should advise of any special food preferences, allergies or dietary requirements at least three days prior to the cruise date.
  • Advance registration is required with full name, date of birth, nationality, gender, passport number and visa expiry date for all passengers. A valid passport is required upon check-in. Otherwise, boarding may be denied by port authority.
  • The above timing is approximate only. Passengers are requested to arrive at the passenger port or meeting point at least 30 minutes prior to the scheduled time. Transfers from the meeting points to the Aqua Mekong and vice versa in Saigon and Siem Reap are included in the rates.
  • Surcharge on Christmas and New Year & on Lunar New Year on Feb. 
 
Destinations: Ho Chi Minh City - My Tho - Cai Be - Sa Dec - Binh Thanh - Tam Nong - Vinh Xuong - Koh Oknha Tey - Preah Prosop - Phnom Penh

Itinerary

Day 1 : Ho Chi Minh - My Tho - Cai Be (L, D)

  • Arrival at Saigon Meeting Point, your guides greet you and our porters collect your luggage for delivery to your suite. Board our air-conditioned bus for the scenic 1.5-hour countryside ride to My Tho where we meet the Aqua Mekong.
  • Welcome to the laid back luxury of the Aqua Mekong. Settle into your floating retreat, river facing suite as the vessel begins to cruise and thus begins one of life’s most memorable and photogenic adventures. Ascend to the Observation Deck if you wish, to take in the view of the swaying palms and bustling waterways of My Tho.
  • Over the next four nights, the Aqua Mekong sails from here along the one of the world’s great rivers, the Mekong, towards remote natural and cultural destinations visited by only a few. First however, we will begin with a Safety Drill followed by a briefing on the Observation Deck in the air-conditioned Indoor Lounge with the cruise director and hear from our expert guides about your Mekong adventures ahead.

Day 2 : Cai Be – Binh Thanh Island (B, L, D)

  • We start by going native, so to speak. People of the Mekong Delta rely on flat-bottom wooden boats called sampan to get around and transport goods to market. We climb aboard to paddle through Cai Be floating market, where more than 400 sampans gather every day, starting in earnest from 5 a.m. Each boat has one bamboo stick on the front to display that vendor’s product, be it Vietnamese fish sauce, rice paper for dumplings, or colorful sweet confectionery. We continue our exploration of this area on foot or by bicycle for more up close glimpses of the daily life of Mekong Delta dwellers.
  • Begin the afternoon excursion by skiffs to Binh Thanh Island, where the villagers weave mats and baskets from Mekong river reeds and water hyacinths. At the village’s simple temple where worshippers adhere to the indigenous practice founded in 1939 known as Hòa Hảo Buddhism, in which emphasis is placed on modesty over ornate offerings, we will have an interaction with village elders to learn about their life before, during and after the war. On our return skiff journey, we stop by one of the local fish farms to learn how these farmer fish directly underneath their floating home.

Day 3 : Binh Thanh – Tam Nong Bird Sanctuary – Vinh Xuong/ Kaom Samnor Border Crossing (B, L, D)

  • We leave the Aqua Mekong this morning to head by skiff for Tam Nong – the largest bird sanctuary of South Vietnam at 7,300 hectares. This protected national park is home to 233 waterfowl species and accounts for one fourth of the countries bird populations.
  • By skiff we will cruise through lush cajuput forest, looking out for rare white-winged wild ducks, painted storks, lesser adjutants, spot-billed pelicans and sarus cranes – the largest among the crane species.
  • Time to relax by the pool with a Mekong Colada or Aqua Pisco Sour, try a Traditional Khmer Massage in our floating spa or learn more about Vietnam from our expert guide’s lecture in the air conditioned lounge while border crossing formalities are completed.

Day 4 : Koh Oknha Tey – Preah Prosop (B, L, D)

  • We begin our Cambodia adventures with a visit to Koh Oknha Tey – a beautiful island on the Mekong. Here we will explore by tuk-tuks, heading to one of the villages where renowned weavers have invited us to wander freely among their looms, admiring their skills as they work at this knotty art form. Witness the entire process, learning how silk starts with the worms, see silk thread being looped and dyed, then admire and purchase, if you wish, the final shimmering Khmer silk accessories. A biking option is also available for those who wish to explore deeper into the island.
  • This afternoon, we cruise further north along the Mekong towards the remote village of Preah Prosop. Here, as we walk through this typical Khmer village of stilt houses, we will see and experience authentic Cambodian village life untouched by the outside world. We have the opportunity to stop along the way as we wish and to interact with local families and to speak with students on their way home from school. We will also pass a local brick factory, which will be more interesting than you might think, before reaching one of the oldest Buddhist temples of this area. More sportive explorers among us may opt to venture around Preah Prosop by bike.

Day 5 : Preah Prosop - Phnom Penh (B, L)

  • Shifting gears from the sleepy countryside to this country’s political and economic capital, we sail into Phnom Penh where Art Deco buildings still stand in the shadows of ever-rising skyscrapers and vintage cyclos cruise alongside imported European sports cars. Buddhist temples, French colonial villas and the Royal Palace provide photogenic backdrop to international business and a new generation of boutique hotels, chic shopping and cosmopolitan nightlife.
  • Today’s urban adventure by two wheel motorized tuk-tuks takes in this historic city’s most important sites including the 1866 Royal Palace that is still home to the reigning monarch and its Silver Pagoda, the royal compound’s most famous attraction, so called because in 1962 then Prince Sihanouk ordered the floor inlaid with 5,329 genuine silver tiles. Today the pavilion houses many jeweled statues and images, including the 17th century Emerald Buddha, made of Baccarat crystal, and life size gold Maitreya Buddha adorned 9,584 diamonds, the largest of which weighs 25 carats.
  • Just next door, the National Museum of Cambodia houses the world’s largest collection of Khmer art, much of it removed from Angkor Wat to prevent looting. Here we can linger among the linga, representations of the Hindu deity Shiva, and thousands of other artifacts including an imposing 11th century bronze sculpture of a reclining Vishnu that is considered a monumental example of Khmer statuary. We return to the Aqua Mekong to pack up and disembark.

Price & Booking

Include

  • All meals while onboard
  • Beverages (non-alcoholic, selected wines and beer)
  • All shore excursions
  • Laundry
  • Bike use
  • Internet
  • Group transfers

Exclude

  • All air tickets
  • Visas
  • Private transfers
  • Spa services
  • Boutique purchases
  • Guide and crew gratuities 
Remark:
  • Departure date on Friday 
  • Cruise itinerary and schedule are subject to change due to weather and operating conditions. Unused services are not subject to a refund.
  • Meals on board are fusion: Vietnamese, Cambodian & international. Guests should advise of any special food preferences, allergies or dietary requirements at least three days prior to the cruise date.
  • Advance registration is required with full name, date of birth, nationality, gender, passport number and visa expiry date for all passengers. A valid passport is required upon check-in. Otherwise, boarding may be denied by port authority.
  • The above timing is approximate only. Passengers are requested to arrive at the passenger port or meeting point at least 30 minutes prior to the scheduled time. Transfers from the meeting points to the Aqua Mekong and vice versa in Saigon and Siem Reap are included in the rates.
  • Surcharge on Christmas and New Year & on Lunar New Year on Feb. 
 
Destinations: Saigon - My Tho - Cai Be - Ile de Binh Than I - Tam Nong Bird Sanctuary - Vinh Xuong - Koh Oknha Tey - Preah Prosop - Phnom Penh - Siem Reap - Tonle Sap - Koh Chen - Kampong Chnang - Kampong Chhnang - Chnok Tru - Tonle Sap Lake- Moat Khla - Prek Toal - Tonle Sap

Itinerary

Day 1 : Ho Chi Minh City – My Tho - Cai Be (L, D)

  • Arrival at HCMC Meeting Point, your guides greet you and our porters collect your luggage for delivery to your suite. Board our air-conditioned bus for the scenic 1.5-hour countryside ride to My Tho where we meet the Aqua Mekong. Welcome to the laid back luxury of the Aqua Mekong. Settle into your floating retreat, river facing suite as the vessel begins to cruise and thus begins one of life’s most memorable and photogenic adventures. Ascend to the Observation Deck if you wish, to take in the view of the swaying palms and bustling waterways of My Tho.
  • Over the next seven nights, the Aqua Mekong sails from here along the one of the world’s great rivers, the Mekong, towards remote natural and cultural destinations visited by only a few. First however, we will begin with a Safety Drill followed by a briefing on the Observation Deck in the air-conditioned Indoor Lounge with the cruise director and hear from our expert guides about your Mekong adventures ahead.

Day 2 : Cai Be – Binh Thanh Island (B, L, D)

  • We start by going native, so to speak. People of the Mekong Delta rely on flat-bottom wooden boats called sampan to get around and transport goods to market. We climb aboard to paddle through Cai Be floating market, where more than 400 sampans gather every day, starting in earnest from 5 a.m. Each boat has one bamboo stick on the front to display that vendor’s product, be it Vietnamese fish sauce, rice paper for dumplings, or colorful sweet confectionery. We continue our exploration of this area on foot or by bicycle for more up close glimpses of the daily life of Mekong Delta dwellers.
  • Begin the afternoon excursion by skiffs to Binh Thanh Island, where the villagers weave mats and baskets from Mekong river reeds and water hyacinths. At the village’s simple temple where worshippers adhere to the indigenous practice founded in 1939 known as Hòa Hảo Buddhism, in which emphasis is placed on modesty over ornate offerings, we will have an interaction with village elders to learn about their life before, during and after the war. On our return skiff journey, we stop by one of the local fish farms to learn how these farmer fish directly underneath their floating home.

Day 3 : Binh Thanh – Tam Nong Bird Sanctuary – Vinh Xuong/Kaom Samnor (B, L, D)

  • We leave the Aqua Mekong this morning to head by skiff for Tam Nong – the largest bird sanctuary of South Vietnam at 7,300 hectares. This protected national park is home to 233 waterfowl species and accounts for one fourth of the countries bird populations. By skiff we will cruise through lush cajuput forest, looking out for rare white-winged wild ducks, painted storks, lesser adjutants, spot-billed pelicans and sarus cranes – the largest among the crane species.
  • Time to relax by the pool with a Mekong Colada or Aqua Pisco Sour, try a Traditional Khmer Massage in our floating spa or learn more about Vietnam from our expert guide’s lecture in the air conditioned lounge while border crossing formalities are completed.

Day 4 : Koh Oknha Tey – Preah Prosop (B, L, D)

  • We begin our Cambodia adventures with a visit to Koh Oknha Tey – a beautiful island on the Mekong. Here we will explore by tuk-tuks, heading to one of the villages where renowned weavers have invited us to wander freely among their looms, admiring their skills as they work at this knotty art form. Witness the entire process, learning how silk starts with the worms, see silk thread being looped and dyed, then admire and purchase, if you wish, the final shimmering Khmer silk accessories. A biking option is also available for those who wish to explore deeper into the island.
  • This afternoon, we cruise further north along the Mekong towards the remote village of Preah Prosop. Here, as we walk through this typical Khmer village of stilt houses, we will see and experience authentic Cambodian village life untouched by the outside world. We have the opportunity to stop along the way as we wish and to interact with local families and to speak with students on their way home from school. We will also pass a local brick factory, which will be more interesting than you might think, before reaching one of the oldest Buddhist temples of this area. More sportive explorers among us may opt to venture around Preah Prosop by bike.

Day 5 : Phnom Penh – Siem Reap (B, L, D)

  • Shifting gears from the sleepy countryside to this country’s political and economic capital, we sail into Phnom Penh where Art Deco buildings still stand in the shadows of ever-rising skyscrapers and vintage cyclos that cruise alongside imported European sports cars. Buddhist temples, French colonial villas and the Royal Palace provide photogenic backdrop to international business and a new generation of boutique hotels, chic shopping and cosmopolitan nightlife.
  • Today’s urban adventure by two wheel motorized tuk-tuks takes in this historic city’s most important sites including the 1866 Royal Palace that is still home to the reigning monarch and its Silver Pagoda, the royal compound’s most famous attraction, so called because in 1962 then Prince Sihanouk ordered the floor inlaid with 5,329 genuine silver tiles. Today the pavilion houses many jeweled statues and images, including the 17th century Emerald Buddha, made of Baccarat crystal, and life size gold Maitreya Buddha adorned 9,584 diamonds, the largest of which weighs 25 carats.
  • Just next door, the National Museum of Cambodia houses the world’s largest collection of Khmer art, much of it removed from Angkor Wat to prevent looting. Here we can linger among the linga, representations of the Hindu deity Shiva, and thousands of other artifacts including an imposing 11th century bronze sculpture of a reclining Vishnu that is considered a monumental example of Khmer statuary.
  • Sip sundowners on the Observation Deck as our 3-Night guests arrive. Join us in the evening for a performance by renowned Cambodian apsara dancers who continue an ancient tradition venerated on the intricately carved walls at Angkor Wat.

Day 6 : Tonle Sap – Koh Chen – Kampong Chhnang (B, L, D)

  • This morning, we embark by skiff to visit Koh Chen, or ‘Chinese Island’ in Khmer. The inhabitants of this riverside village are renowned throughout the region as silver and coppersmiths. They purchase the precious metals in Phnom Penh and return here to make ornamental items such as the cups, boxes and delicately engraved tropical fruits used in Buddhist ceremonies and marriage blessings. Each family member carries out an aspect of these ancient methods and the intricate, beautiful workmanship belies its humble origins. Purchase whatever catches your eye before we continue on to the pagoda. If the monks are in residence, we will experience an authentic Buddhist blessing ceremony.
  • Later in the day, we continue exploring Khmer riverside life in the floating village of Kampong Chhnang, meaning Port of Pottery. Archaeological findings here link this now sleepy area as far back as the Dvaravati kingdom, dating to the 6th through 11th centuries when Kampong Chhnang was an important coastal stop on the trade route linking China and India. More recently, Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen was born in this province. Colorful shrines with gilded Buddha, villagers sporting conical hats more often associated with Vietnam and simple houses on bamboo stilts are among today’s striking sights along the waterfront.

Day 7 : Kampong Chhnang – Chnok Tru – Tonle Sap Lake – Moat Khla (B, L, D)

  • We continue exploring remote communities around the Tonle Sap River, an ecological hot spot designated as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 1997. Today we travel by skiff to the village of Chnok Tru, as photogenic as it is remote and thus completely self-sufficient.
  • Here we “slide” into an ice factory, the importance of which will be obvious after a few days in Southeast Asia. As local factory workers explain how they make and use the ice for fish preservation, our expert guides translate and get answers to your questions about this livelihood so different from ours. Also be on the lookout in this lake village for floating schools, riverside churches and pagoda, and even the karaoke bar and police station. Literally everything and everyone in Chnok Tru travels by small boat through the intricate network of canals crisscrossing this tiny town.
  • On board the Aqua Mekong, we cruise onward to the remote fishing village of Moat Kla. We climb back into the skiffs and head for the shore where our expert guides act as translators, allowing you to pose questions to the people of Moat Kla about their lives.
  • You may be surprised to see that although most communities on the Tonle Sap are quite isolated, even Moat Kla has floating ‘convenience’ stores stocked with fishing tackle, cooking utensils, rice, beer, candy, fruits and vegetables. Along the water, there are also small merchants like egg vendors, women selling bamboo stalks stuffed with sticky rice and even divers hired to search for lost objects.
  • Moat Kla is the last village in Siem Reap Province on the southeastern end of the lake and only accessible by water. The community is largely of Vietnamese descent, owing to its settlement long before the nuances of international borders.
  • Aqua Expeditions has made special arrangements for our guests to attend the blessing ceremony conducted at Moat Kla’s Buddhist temple, home to only four monks.

Day 8 : Prek Toal – Tonle Sap Lake – Siem Reap (B)

  • This may be our last day but the adventure is far from over as we head off by skiff after breakfast into the 22,000-hectare Prek Toal Core Bird Reserve on Tonle Sap Lake, one of the largest freshwater bodies in Asia and the last refuge in Southeast Asia for large water birds like the spot-billed pelicans, milky stork, black-headed ibis and the elusive masked fin foot. Along the way, we visit floating houses and fish farms, and learn about sustainable development initiatives like Saray, a cooperative of women who weave water hyacinth into 100% organic mats and home accessories for some of Southeast Asia’s finest hotels. Visitors like us are invited to test our knotting skills, usually to the amusement of the resident experts.
  • We return to the Aqua Mekong to pack up then disembark for the road journey to Siem Reap.

Price & Booking

Include

  • All meals while onboard
  • Beverages (non-alcoholic, selected wines and beer)
  • All shore excursions
  • Laundry
  • Bike use
  • Internet
  • Group transfers

Exclude

  • All air tickets
  • Visas
  • Private transfers
  • Spa services
  • Boutique purchases
  • Guide and crew gratuities 
Remark:
  • Departure date on Friday 
  • Cruise itinerary and schedule are subject to change due to weather and operating conditions. Unused services are not subject to a refund.
  • Meals on board are fusion: Vietnamese, Cambodian & international. Guests should advise of any special food preferences, allergies or dietary requirements at least three days prior to the cruise date.
  • Advance registration is required with full name, date of birth, nationality, gender, passport number and visa expiry date for all passengers. A valid passport is required upon check-in. Otherwise, boarding may be denied by port authority.
  • The above timing is approximate only. Passengers are requested to arrive at the passenger port or meeting point at least 30 minutes prior to the scheduled time. Transfers from the meeting points to the Aqua Mekong and vice versa in Saigon and Siem Reap are included in the rates.
  • Surcharge on Christmas and New Year & on Lunar New Year on Feb. 
 
Destinations: Phnom Penh - Kaom Samnor - My An Hung - Binh Thanh - Cai Be - My Tho - Ho Chi Minh city

Itinerary

Day 1 : Phnom Penh (D)

  • Upon arrival at Phnom Penh port, welcome to the laid back luxury of the Aqua Mekong. Settle into your elegantly appointed river facing suite as the vessel begins to cruise and thus begins one of life’s most memorable and photogenic adventures. Ascend to the Observation Deck if you wish, to sip sundowners against the backdrop of Phnom Pen’s skyline.
  • Join us in the evening for a performance by renowned Cambodian Apsara dancers who continue an ancient tradition venerated on the intricately carved walls at Angkor Wat.

Day 2 :  Kaom Samnor - Vinh Xuong Border Crossing - My An Hung (B, L, D)

  • Say “Good Morning, Vietnam” while we cross the border and sail towards Tan Chau, a beautiful border town by the Mekong River. Take the skiffs from Tan Chau along the Bassac Canal for photo opps of river life along the border. Disembark our skiff at Tan Chau pier for a xe loi ride around town. Explore Tan Chau’s vibrant and fragrant market before walking back to the pier from which we will take the skiffs back to the Aqua Mekong.
  • Explore My An Hung village by crossing over the seemingly delicate but actually quite sturdy monkey bridge. After we walk around this charming, sleepy Vietnamese village, we will enjoy a traditional Mekong musical performance and have the opportunity to taste freshly picked local fruits. The ‘Unicorn Dance’ follows, then sundowners in the village by a roaring fire.

Day 3 : Binh Thanh Island - Cai Be (B, L, D)

  • Begin this morning’s excursion by boarding our skiffs to Binh Thanh Island, where the villagers weave mats and baskets from Mekong river reeds and water hyacinths. At the village’s simple temple where worshippers adhere to the indigenous practice founded in 1939 known as Hòa Hảo Buddhism, in which emphasis is placed on modesty over ornate offerings, we will have an interaction with village elders to learn about their life before, during and after the war. On our return skiff journey, we stop by one of the local fish farms to learn how these farmer fish directly underneath their floating home
  • People of the Mekong Delta rely on flat-bottom wooden boats called sampan to get around and transport goods to market. We climb aboard to paddle through the Cai Be floating market, where more than 400 sampans gather every day, starting in earnest from 5 a.m. Each boat has one bamboo stick on the front to display that vendor’s product, be it Vietnamese fish sauce, rice paper for wrapping dumplings, or colorful sweet confectionery. We continue our exploration of this area on foot or by bicycle for more up close glimpses of Mekong Delta dwellers.

Day 4 : Cai Be - My Tho - Ho Chi Minh City (B, L)

  • After a leisurely breakfast of your new favorite Asian flavors, we will say goodbye to our Khmer and Vietnamese guides, the international crew and the Aqua Mekong, then continue by road from the Mekong River into the thrilling frenzy that is modern HCMC.

Price & Booking

Include

  • All meals while onboard
  • Beverages (non-alcoholic, selected wines and beer)
  • All shore excursions
  • Laundry
  • Bike use
  • Internet
  • Group transfers

Exclude

All air tickets
  • Visas
  • Private transfers
  • Spa services
  • Boutique purchases
  • Guide and crew gratuities 
Remark:
  • Departure date on Tuesday 
  • Cruise itinerary and schedule are subject to change due to weather and operating conditions. Unused services are not subject to a refund.
  • Meals on board are fusion: Vietnamese, Cambodian & international. Guests should advise of any special food preferences, allergies or dietary requirements at least three days prior to the cruise date.
  • Advance registration is required with full name, date of birth, nationality, gender, passport number and visa expiry date for all passengers. A valid passport is required upon check-in. Otherwise, boarding may be denied by port authority.
  • The above timing is approximate only. Passengers are requested to arrive at the passenger port or meeting point at least 30 minutes prior to the scheduled time. Transfers from the meeting points to the Aqua Mekong and vice versa in Saigon and Siem Reap are included in the rates.
  • Surcharge on Christmas and New Year & on Lunar New Year on Feb. 
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Destinations: Siem Reap - Tonle Sap - Prek Toal - Moat Kla - Tonle Sap River - Chnok Tru - Kampong Chhnang - Tonle Sap - Koh Chen - Koh Oknha Tey - Phnom Penh

Itinerary

Day 1 : Siem Reap - Tonle Sap Lake (L, D)

  • Arrival at Siem Reap Meeting Point. Your guides greet you and our porters collect your luggage for delivery to your Design Suite on the Upper or Lower Deck. Board our air-conditioned bus for the scenic 30-minute countryside ride to the dock on the Tonle Sap Lake.
  • Welcome to the laid back luxury of the Aqua Mekong. Settle into your elegantly appointed, river facing suite as the vessel begins to cruise and thus begins one of life’s most memorable and photogenic adventures. Ascend to the Observation Deck if you wish, to take in the view of the southern end of the Tonle Sap Lake, among the most fascinating eco-systems on earth. It’s often called the “heart of Cambodia” because millions of Cambodians depend on its waters.
  • Over the next four nights, the Aqua Mekong sails from here along the one of the world’s great rivers towards remote natural and cultural destinations visited by only a few. First however, we begin with a Safety Drill followed by a briefing on the Observation Deck in the air-conditioned Indoor Lounge with the cruise director and hear from our expert guides about your Mekong adventures ahead.
  • We begin our cruise today along the Tonle Sap Lake, the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia. This great lake covers an area of around 250,000 hectares in the dry season. Listen carefully as our expert guides explain the unique hydrological phenomenon of the Tonle Sap: when the monsoon begins, the swollen waters of the Mekong River force the Tonle Sap River to reverse its flow northwards, feeding the lake and submerging the surrounding floodplains under up to ten meters of Mekong waters for several months every year.
  • Fortunately for us, the vast wetland area resulting from this cycle is home to an extraordinarily high biodiversity, both in terms of variety and abundance of species. Year round as well, the Tonle Sap is rich in bird life, including Brahminy kites, pied kingfishers and blue-tailed bee-eaters. The Lake is also one of the most productive captive fisheries in the world, providing more than 60% of the protein intake for the entire population of Cambodia.

Day 2 : Tonle Sap Lake - Prek Toal - Moat Kla (B, L, D)

  • Today we board Aqua Expeditions’ comfortable excursion skiffs for your first adventure. Life jackets, ponchos, and plenty of cold potable water are always available for you on board the skiffs. We head off after breakfast into the 22,000-hectare Prek Toal Core Bird Reserve on Tonle Sap Lake, one of the largest freshwater bodies in Asia and the last refuge in Southeast Asia for large waterbirds like the spot-billed pelicans, milky stork, black-headed ibis and the elusive masked finfoot.
  • You may be surprised to see that although most communities on the Tonle Sap are quite isolated, even ones like Moat Khla boast floating ‘convenience’ stores stocked with fishing tackle, cooking utensils, rice, beer, candy, fruits and vegetables. Along the water, there are also small merchants like fresh egg vendors, women selling bamboo stalks stuffed with sticky rice and even divers hired to search for lost objects.
  • Moat Khla is the last village in Siem Reap Province on the southeastern end of the lake and is accessible only by water. The community is largely of Vietnamese descent, owing to its settlement long before the nuances of international borders.
  • Aqua Expeditions has made special arrangements for our guests to attend the blessing ceremony conducted at Moat Khla’s Buddhist temple, home to only four monks..

Day 3 : Moat Kla - Chnok Tru - Kampong Chhnang (B, L, D)

  • We continue exploring remote communities around the Tonle Sap River, an ecological hot spot designated as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 1997. Today we head by skiff to Chnok Tru, as photogenic as it is remote and thus completely self-sufficient.
  • Here we “slide” into an ice factory, the importance of which will be obvious after even just one day in Southeast Asia. As local factory workers explain how they make and use the ice for fish preservation, our expert guides translate and get answers to your questions about this livelihood so different from ours. Also be on the lookout in this lake village for floating schools, riverside churches and pagoda, and even the karaoke bar and police station. Literally everything and everyone in Chnok Tru travels by small boat through the intricate network of canals crisscrossing this tiny town.
  • Later in the day, we continue exploring Khmer riverside life in the floating village of Kampong Chhnang, meaning Port of Pottery. Archaeological findings here link this now sleepy area as far back as the Dvaravati kingdom, dating to the 6th through 11th centuries when Kampong Chhnang was an important coastal stop on the trade route linking China and India. Colorful shrines with gilded Buddhas, villagers sporting conical hats more often associated with Vietnam and simple houses on bamboo stilts are among today’s striking sights along the waterfront.

Day 4 : Kampong Chhnang - Koh Chen - Koh Oknha Tey (B, L, D)

  • Today, we board our skiffs to visit Koh Chen, or ‘Chinese Island’ in Khmer. The inhabitants of this riverside village are renowned throughout the region as silver and coppersmiths. They purchase the precious metals in Phnom Penh and return here to make ornamental items such as the cups, boxes and delicately engraved tropical fruits used in Buddhist ceremonies and marriage blessings. Each family  member  carries  out  an  aspect  of  these  ancient  methods  and  the  intricate,  beautiful workmanship belies its humble origins. Purchase whatever catches your eye before we continue on to the pagoda.  If  the  monks  are  in  residence,  we  will  experience  an  authentic  Buddhist  blessing ceremony.
  • We begin our Cambodia adventures with a visit to Koh Oknha Tey – a beautiful island on the Mekong. Here we will explore by tuk-tuks, heading to one of the villages where renowned weavers have invited us to wander freely among their looms, admiring their skills as they work at this knotty art form. Witness the entire process, learning how silk starts with the worms, see silk thread being looped and dyed, then admire and purchase, if you wish, the final shimmering Khmer silk accessories. A biking option is also available for those who wish to explore deeper into the island. 

Day 5 : Koh Oknha Tey - Phnom Penh (B)

  • Shifting gears from the sleepy countryside to this country’s political and economic capital, we sail into Phnom Penh where Art Deco buildings still stand in the shadows of ever-rising skyscrapers and vintage cyclos cruise alongside imported European sports cars. Buddhist temples, French colonial villas and the Royal Palace provide photogenic backdrop to international business and a new generation of boutique hotels, chic shopping and cosmopolitan nightlife
  • Today’s urban adventure by two wheel motorized tuk-tuks take in this historic city’s most important sites including the 1866 Royal Palace that is still home to the reigning monarch and its Silver Pagoda, the royal compound’s most famous attraction, so called because in 1962 then Prince Sihanouk ordered the floor inlaid with 5,329 genuine silver tiles. Today the pavilion houses many jeweled statues and images, including the 17th century Emerald Buddha, made of Baccarat crystal, and life size gold Maitreya Buddha adorned 9,584 diamonds, the largest of which weighs 25 carats.
  • Just next door, the National Museum of Cambodia houses the world’s largest collection of Khmer art, much of it removed from Angkor Wat to prevent looting. Here we can linger among the linga, representations of the Hindu deity Shiva, and thousands of other artifacts including an imposing 11th century bronze sculpture of a reclining Vishnu that is considered a monumental example of Khmer statuary. We return to the Aqua Mekong to pack up and disembark.

Price & Booking

Include

  • All meals while onboard
  • Beverages (non-alcoholic, selected wines and beer)
  • All shore excursions
  • Laundry
  • Bike use
  • Internet
  • Group transfers

Exclude

  • All air tickets
  • Visas
  • Private transfers
  • Spa services
  • Boutique purchases
  • Guide and crew gratuities 
Remark:
  • Departure date on Friday 
  • Cruise itinerary and schedule are subject to change due to weather and operating conditions. Unused services are not subject to a refund.
  • Meals on board are fusion: Vietnamese, Cambodian & international. Guests should advise of any special food preferences, allergies or dietary requirements at least three days prior to the cruise date.
  • Advance registration is required with full name, date of birth, nationality, gender, passport number and visa expiry date for all passengers. A valid passport is required upon check-in. Otherwise, boarding may be denied by port authority.
  • The above timing is approximate only. Passengers are requested to arrive at the passenger port or meeting point at least 30 minutes prior to the scheduled time. Transfers from the meeting points to the Aqua Mekong and vice versa in Saigon and Siem Reap are included in the rates.
  • Surcharge on Christmas and New Year & on Lunar New Year on Feb. 
Destinations: Siem Reap - Tonle Sap Lake - Prek Toal - Moat Kla - Chnok Tru - Kampong chhnang - Phnom Penh - Binh Thach - Cai Be - My Tho - Ho Chi Minh City

Itinerary

Day 1 : Siem Reap -  Tonle Sap Lake  (L, D)

  • Arrival at Siem Reap Meeting Point. Your guides greet you and our porters collect your luggage for delivery to your Design Suite on the Upper or Lower Deck. Board our air-conditioned bus for the scenic 30 minute countryside ride to the dock on the Tonle Sap Lake.
  • Welcome to the laid back luxury of the Aqua Mekong. Settle into your floating retreat, river facing suite as the vessel begins to cruise and thus begins one of life’s most memorable and photogenic adventures. Ascend to the Observation Deck if you wish, to take in the view of the southern end of the Tonle Sap Lake, among the most fascinating eco-systems on earth. It’s often called the “heart of Cambodia” because millions of Cambodians depend on its waters.
  • Over the next seven nights, the Aqua Mekong sails from here along the one of the world’s great rivers towards remote natural and cultural destinations visited by only a few. First however, we begin with a Safety Drill followed by a briefing on the Observation Deck in the air-conditioned Indoor Lounge with the cruise director and hear from our expert guides about your Mekong adventures ahead.
  • We begin our cruise today along the Tonle Sap Lake, the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia. This great lake covers an area of around 250,000 hectares in the dry season. Listen carefully as our expert guides explain the unique hydrological phenomenon of the Tonle Sap: when the monsoon begins, the swollen waters of the Mekong River force the Tonle Sap River to reverse its flow northwards, feeding the lake and submerging the surrounding floodplains under up to ten meters of Mekong waters for several months every year.
  • Fortunately for us, the vast wetland area resulting from this cycle is home to an extraordinarily high biodiversity, both in terms of variety and abundance of species. Year round as well, the Tonle Sap is rich in bird life, including Brahminy kites, pied kingfishers and blue-tailed bee-eaters. The Lake is also one of the most productive captive fisheries in the world, providing more than 60% of the protein intake for the entire population of Cambodia.

Day 2 : Tonle Sap Lake- Prek Toal - Moat Kla (B, L, D)

  • Today we board Aqua Expeditions’ comfortable excursion skiffs for your first adventure. Life jackets, ponchos, and plenty of cold potable water are always available for you on board the skiffs. We head off after breakfast into the 22,000-hectare Prek Toal Core Bird Reserve on Tonle Sap Lake, one of the largest freshwater bodies in Asia and the last refuge in Southeast Asia for large water birds like the spot-billed pelicans, milky stork, black-headed ibis and the elusive masked fin foot.
  • You may be surprised to see that although most communities on the Tonle Sap are quite isolated, even Moat Kla has floating ‘convenience’ stores stocked with fishing tackle, cooking utensils, rice, beer, candy, fruits and vegetables. Along the water, there are also small merchants like fresh egg vendors, women selling bamboo stalks stuffed with sticky rice and even divers hired to search for lost objects.
  • Moat Kla is the last village in Siem Reap Province on the southeastern end of the lake and only accessible by water. The community is largely of Vietnamese descent, owing to its settlement long before the nuances of international borders.
  • Aqua Expeditions has made special arrangements for our guests to attend the blessing ceremony conducted at Moat Kla’s Buddhist temple, home to only four monks.

Day 3 : Moat Kla - Chnok Tru - Kampong Chhnang (B, L, D)

  • We continue exploring remote communities around the Tonle Sap River, an ecological hot spot designated as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve in 1997. Today we head by skiff to Chnok Tru, as photogenic as it is remote and thus completely self-sufficient.
  • Here we “slide” into an ice factory, the importance of which will be obvious after even just one day in Southeast Asia. As local factory workers explain how they make and use the ice for fish preservation, our expert guides translate and get answers to your questions about this livelihood so different from ours. Also be on the lookout in this lake village for floating schools, riverside churches and pagoda, and even the karaoke bar and police station. Literally everything and everyone in Chnok Tru travels by small boat through the intricate network of canals crisscrossing this tiny town.
  • Later in the day, we continue exploring Khmer riverside life in the floating village of Kampong Chhnang, meaning Port of Pottery. Archaeological findings here link this now sleepy area as far back as the Dvaravati kingdom, dating to the 6th through 11th centuries when Kampong Chhnang was an important coastal stop on the trade route linking China and India. Colorful shrines with gilded Buddhas, villagers sporting conical hats more often associated with Vietnam and simple houses on bamboo stilts are among today’s striking sights along the waterfront.

Day 4 : Kampong Chhnang - Koh Chen - Koh Oknha Tey - Phnom Penh (B, L, D)

  • Today, we board our skiffs to visit Koh Chen, or ‘Chinese Island’ in Khmer. The inhabitants of this riverside village are renowned throughout the region as silver and coppersmiths. They purchase the precious metals in Phnom Penh and return here to make ornamental items such as the cups, boxes and delicately engraved tropical fruits used in Buddhist ceremonies and marriage blessings. Each family  member  carries  out  an  aspect  of  these  ancient  methods  and  the  intricate,  beautiful workmanship belies its humble origins. Purchase whatever catches your eye before we continue on to the pagoda.  If  the  monks  are  in  residence,  we  will  experience  an  authentic  Buddhist  blessing ceremony.
  • We begin our Cambodia adventures with a visit to Koh Oknha Tey – a beautiful island on the Mekong. Here we will explore by tuk-tuks, heading to one of the villages where renowned weavers have invited us to wander freely among their looms, admiring their skills as they work at this knotty art form. Witness the entire process, learning how silk starts with the worms, see silk thread being looped and dyed, then admire and purchase, if you wish, the final shimmering Khmer silk accessories. A biking option is also available for those who wish to explore deeper into the island. 

Day 5 : Phnom Penh - Kaom Samnor (B, L, D)

  • From the remote charms of the Tonle Sap River, we cruise into what may feel like another Cambodia altogether as we explore this country’s political and economic capital, Phnom Penh. Here, Art Deco buildings still stand in the shadows of ever-rising skyscrapers and vintage cyclos cruise alongside imported European sports cars. Buddhist temples, French colonial villas and the Royal Palace provide the photogenic backdrop to international business and a new generation of boutique hotels, chic shopping and cosmopolitan nightlife.
  • Today’s urban adventure by two wheel motorized tuk-tuks will take in this historic city’s most important sites including the 1866 Royal Palace that is still home to the reigning monarch and its Silver Pagoda, the royal compound’s most famous attraction, so called because in 1962 then Prince Sihanouk ordered the floor inlaid with 5,329 genuine silver tiles. Today the pavilion houses many jeweled statues and images, including the 17th century Emerald Buddha, made of Baccarat crystal, and life size gold Maitreya Buddha adorned 9,584 diamonds, the largest of which weighs 25 carats.
  • Just next door, the National Museum of Cambodia houses the world’s largest collection of Khmer art, much of it removed from Angkor Wat to prevent looting. Here we can linger among the linga, representations of the Hindu deity Shiva, and thousands of other artifacts including an imposing 11th century bronze sculpture of a reclining Vishnu that is considered a monumental example of Khmer statuary.
  • For our guests who are interested to delve deeper into Cambodia’s recent past, we offer an optional excursion to the Tuol Sleng Museum of Genocide, with its extensive photographic evidence of the atrocities of the Khmer Rouge era and into the countryside to visit The Killing Fields.
  • Sip sundowners on the Observation Deck as our 3-Night guests arrive.
  • Join us in the evening for a performance by renowned Cambodian apsara dancers who continue an ancient tradition venerated on the intricately carved walls at Angkor Wat.

Day 6 : Kaom Samnor - Vinh Xuong Border Crossing - My An Hung (B, L, D)

  • Say “Good Morning, Vietnam” while we cross the border and sail towards Tan Chau, a beautiful border town by the Mekong River. Take the skiffs from Tan Chau along the Bassac Canal for photo opps of river life along the border. Disembark our skiff at Tan Chau pier for a xe loi ride around town. Explore Tan Chau’s vibrant and fragrant market before walking back to the pier from which we will take the skiffs back to the Aqua Mekong.
  • Explore My An Hung village by crossing over the seemingly delicate but actually quite sturdy monkey bridge. After we walk around this charming, sleepy Vietnamese village, we will enjoy a traditional Mekong musical performance and have the opportunity to taste freshly picked local fruits. The ‘Unicorn Dance’ follows, then sundowners in the village by a roaring fire.

Day 7 : Binh Thanh Island - Cai Be (B, L, D)

  • Begin this morning’s excursion by boarding our skiffs to Binh Thanh Island, where the villagers weave mats and baskets from Mekong river reeds and water hyacinths. At the village’s simple temple where worshippers adhere to the indigenous practice founded in 1939 known as Hòa Hảo Buddhism, in which emphasis is placed on modesty over ornate offerings, we will have an interaction with village elders to learn about their life before, during and after the war. On our return skiff journey, we stop by one of the local fish farms to learn how these farmer fish directly underneath their floating home.
  • People of the Mekong Delta rely on flat-bottom wooden boats called sampan to get around and transport goods to market. We climb aboard to paddle through the Cai Be floating market, where more than 400 sampans gather every day, starting in earnest from 5 a.m. Each boat has one bamboo stick on the front to display that vendor’s product, be it Vietnamese fish sauce, rice paper for wrapping dumplings, or colorful sweet confectionery. We continue our exploration of this area on foot or by bicycle for more up close glimpses of Mekong Delta dwellers

Day 8 : Cai Be - My Tho - Ho Chi Minh City (B, L)

  • After a leisurely breakfast of your new favorite Asian flavors, we will say goodbye to our Khmer and Vietnamese guides, the international crew and the Aqua Mekong, then continue by road from the Mekong River into the thrilling frenzy that is modern HCMC.

Price & Booking

Include

  • All meals while onboard
  • Beverages (non-alcoholic, selected wines and beer)
  • All shore excursions
  • Laundry
  • Bike use
  • Internet
  • Group transfers

Exclude

  • All air tickets
  • Visas
  • Private transfers
  • Spa services
  • Boutique purchases
  • Guide and crew gratuities 
Remark:
  • Departure date on Friday 
  • Cruise itinerary and schedule are subject to change due to weather and operating conditions. Unused services are not subject to a refund.
  • Meals on board are fusion: Vietnamese, Cambodian & international. Guests should advise of any special food preferences, allergies or dietary requirements at least three days prior to the cruise date.
  • Advance registration is required with full name, date of birth, nationality, gender, passport number and visa expiry date for all passengers. A valid passport is required upon check-in. Otherwise, boarding may be denied by port authority.
  • The above timing is approximate only. Passengers are requested to arrive at the passenger port or meeting point at least 30 minutes prior to the scheduled time. Transfers from the meeting points to the Aqua Mekong and vice versa in Saigon and Siem Reap are included in the rates.
  • Surcharge on Christmas and New Year & on Lunar New Year on Feb. 

Design Suite First Deck

Design Suite Second Deck

Cabin size: 30.0 m2
Bed size: Queen size bed and Twin beds

First Deck: 10 Design Suites each measuring 30 sqm / 322 sq. ft., 4 with balcony and 6 without balcony.
Design Suites with balconies all have panoramic windows and an exterior daybed.

Cabin size: 30.0 m2
Bed size: Queen size bed and Twin beds

Second Deck: 10 Design Suites each measuring 30 sqm / 322 sq. ft., 4 with balcony and 6 without balcony.
Design Suites with balconies all have panoramic windows and an exterior daybed.

Cabin Facilities:

  • Bathrobe
  • Beauty mirror
  • Complimentary Drinking Water
  • En-suite Bathroom
  • Hair-dryer
  • Hot water
  • In-house Telephone
  • Individual controller air-conditioning
  • Mini bar
  • Safety box
  • Shower
  • Slippers
  • Toilet
  • TV & DVD Player
  • Wardrobe
  • Wine

Cabin Facilities:

  • Bathrobe
  • Beauty mirror
  • Complimentary Drinking Water
  • En-suite Bathroom
  • Hair-dryer
  • Hot water
  • In-house Telephone
  • Individual controller air-conditioning
  • Mini bar
  • Safety box
  • Shower
  • Slippers
  • Toilet
  • TV & DVD Player
  • Wardrobe
  • Wine

Services & Facilities

General

  • 24-hour Security
  • Newspapers and magazines
  • Tender for sightseeing
  • Boutique Library
  • Reception
  • Theme Cruise
  • Doctor on call
  • Safety box at reception

 

 Services

  • Bar
  • Fresh flower
  • Library
  • Beauty Services and Massage
  • has Pool
  • Restaurant
  • Boutique shop
  • IDD at the reception
  • Turndown service and daily presents
  • Cabin Service (Snack Meals)
  • Laundry service
  •  

 Dining Room & Bar

  • Choose to have dinner a date night, or dine family style with ever-changing Thompson’s menus. His dishes are combination among the timeless flavors and ancient sustainable ingredients which bring you the most perfect meal.

 

  • Movie nights
  • Wooden games

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