• Location: Phu Quoc, Chau Doc, Phnompenh • Departure Time: 07.00 am • Duration: 3days/2nights • Tour Runs: Minimum 2 persons. Maximum on request • Tour Categories: Sightseeing, boat, walking.

Phu Quoc - Rach Gia - Can Tho - Sai Gon

Day 1: Phu Quoc – Ha Tien – Chau Doc

  • Our guide will pick you up at hotel at 7.00. Transfer to the ferry. 8.30 the boat departs to Ha Tien.
  • 10.30 the bus departs from Ha Tien to Chau Doc, arrives at 13.30
  • Check in hotel in Chau Doc and our guide will pick you up at the hotel, enjoy the sunset at the Sam Moutain.
  • Free time and overnight in Chau Doc

Day 2: Chau Doc – Phnom Penh

  • Departure by Blue Cruiser boat at 7:00am from Pier Cafe Boat Dock on Hau River to Vinh Xuong border gate. Passengers shall make complete entry procedures at Vinh Xuong, then goes on Tone Le Sap River to Phnom Penh International Port (Sisowath street) at 11.30
  • Our guide will pick you up at the port and transfer to hotel for check in.
  • You visit Phnom Penh’s main attractions including the National Museum, a treasure chest of Angkorian and pre-Angkorian artefacts.
  • Just cross the road, you explore the famous Royal Palace, built in 1866 under the French protectorate and King Norodom. The adjoining Silver Pagoda, built in 1962, is famous for its lavish decorations, silver paved floor and several Buddha statues made from precious metals & stones.
  • Overnight at Phnom Penh

Day 3: Phnom Penh

  • Today, you will gain insight into Cambodia's recent history on a visit to the remarkable Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, housed in a former school that was taken over by the Khmer Rouge and used as its main detention and torture centre, named 'S-21'. A grim but important visit that will help you to understand Cambodia better.
  • Continue to the "Russian Market", wander around and purchase nice handicraft for your friends and relatives. The Toul Tom Pong Market (Russian Market) is the city’s best place to shop for art objects, including textiles, antiques, wood and marble carvings, ritual objects and old Indochinese coins.
  • Scale the steps up this small hill to see Wat Phnom Temple, the birthplace of Phnom Penh.
  • You then have time for coffee break at the riverfront. Rest, relax, enjoy coffee and watch the local life goes by.
  • End tour at Phnom Penh