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I've just come back from spending Christmas and New Year in Vietnam and Cambodia. I've put together this trip based on a similar itinerary.

Flights are with Emirates and go from LGW. The outgoing flight has two short stops but I personally think these are better than the flights around £10 cheaper with China Southern as Emirates is a much better airline.

I've included bus and flights where I can but airport transfers aren't included. Most hotels will be able to sort these for you and some offer free pick up but you can also make your own way using local buses or taxi. You will also need to add a visa cost onto this. You will need a visa on arrival when you arrive in Hanoi (I think this was $25). You'll also need a visa on arrival for Cambodia which is $30.

There are much cheaper or more expensive places to stay, but I've included ones with good reviews and some I've stayed in myself. They are all also in good locations too.

Details:

7th June
Leave LGW and commence flight to Hanoi.

8-12th June
Arrive in Hanoi 8th June. You will stay at the Hanoi Guest House for 3 nights. I've personally stayed here and it is right in the middle of the old town and is great value. In Hanoi, you can walk the nearby lake, head to Halong Bay or Cat Ba for a cruise or enjoy the food in the old town. Also consider heading to Sapa which has some lovely scenery, rice fields and traditional villages.

12-14th June
You will catch the train to Hue. Again you can get advice on booking this but it will cost around $35 depending on travel class. Alternatively you can also fly. As there are a range of options here you'll need to add this onto your total price. In Hue you will stay for 2 nights at the Jade Hotel. I've stayed here for 2 nights myself and it is walking distance to the palace and there are also plenty of places to eat locally.

14-17th June
On 14 June you'll travel to Hoi An. Now you have a range of methods to get you here and you'll need to account for this in your trip, but I recommend a motorbike. You will drive the 'Top Gear Road' and the views from the pass are stunning as you head down to the coast. You can also stop en route at Danang and Marble Mountain. In Hoi An you will stay for 3 nights at the Beautiful Moon. In Hoi An you can wander the river and old town, view the lanterns in the evening and also head to My Son temple. If you want a tailored suit, this is also the place to haggle and get one made.

17-20th June
You'll fly from Danang to Siem Reap on 17th June and spend 3 nights in Siem Reap in the Green Park Village (free airport transfer in Siem Reap available). No trip to Siem Reap would be complete without visiting Angkor Wat temple complex. Fight the crowds and get up at 4am to arrive by 5am if you want to see sunrise. I wasn't a fan of Pub Street, but if you want 25 cent beer and cheap massages this is the place to go. Also head into the local villages, hire a bike and get off track and see the local lives of Cambodian people.

20-22nd June
You'll take the Cambodia Post Van (other buses available) for your visit to Phnom Penh. You'll stay for 2 nights at the Sundance Inn. In Phnom Penh make sure you visit the S21 museum and also the Killing Fields, it's such a humbling experience.

22-23rd June
You'll take the Hang Chau ferry (your hotel can help you with booking the tickets $25p) from Phnom Penh back into Vietnam. You won't need a visa as you have a visa waiver. The boat takes around 4hrs. Once in Chau Doc you'll stay for 1 night at the Murray Guesthouse which I've personally stayed at. It is a lovely place with free cycles if you want to explore.

23-25th June
On 23rd you'll take the Futa bus from Chau Doc to Can Tho. I've picked a place I celebrated New Year. The Green Village in the Mekong Delta. It's a homestay and you are in a bamboo hut close to local villages and the river. I loved it here. You won't have hot water and you will see gekos, frogs and probably a mouse or two but you can take the free cycles or their own boat and explore the surrounding area. They also offer tours of the floating markets I a small boat. If you are a bit squemish then look at staying in Can Tho itself. Meals are also included here and they were amazing, some of the best food we had.

25-27th June
On 25th June you'll get the Futa bus to Ho Chi Minh. You'll then spend 2 nights in the Royal Saigon. I've stayed here myself and although it's basic, it is in the heart of the backpacker district and has a restaurant attached which has great reviews too.

On the 27th June you need to be at the airport around 10pm for your flight which leaves early hours on 28th June.

***Breakdown***

Long haul flights from LGW into Hanoi and from Ho Chi Minh to LGW for 2 £767.16 book at Travel Up.

4 nights in Hanoi £82.64 (reduce the number of nights if you want to do a Halong Bay cruise) Book on Ebookers use code AFFVC0117

2 nights in Hue £24.72 book on Ebookers use code AFFVC0117

3 nights in Hoi An £27.30 book on Ebookers use code AFFVC0117

2 flights from DaNang to Siem Reap £258.98 book at Tripsta (Flights are with Vietnam Airlines).

3 nights in Siem Reap £24.15 book on Ebookers use code AFFVC0117

Bus from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh for 2 people $18/£14.64 book on bookmebus.com

2 nights in Phnom Penh £31.88 book on Ebookers use code AFFVC0117

2 Hang Chau Ferry tickets $50/£40.67

1 night in Chau Doc £21.94 book on Ebookers use code AFFVC0117

Futa bus from Chau Doc to Can Tho for 2 people 100,000 dong each (total £7.22, get hotel to book tickets for you)

2 nights in the Green Village Mekong Delta book direct £62.22/$76.50

Futa bus from Can Tho to HCM for 2 people 100,000 dong each (total £7.22, get hotel to book tickets for you)

2 nights in the Royal Saigon Eat and Sleep £29 book on Ebookers AFFVC0117

Total £1399.75/£699.87
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#81
OP - So odd, Im off to vietnam for 3 weeks any day now, I decided to go from Ho Chi Minh, all the way up to Hanoi (maybe via train, unsure yet..) then flying back to Ho Chi Minh and back home. Is 3 weeks too long for Nam? Also, I've looked on lots of hotel booking websites, and wondered if its cheaper often to get the hotels out there, rather than book in advance? and lastly... did you get the Japanese Encephelitis vaccine?

Fantastic post - well pieced together! Are you a travel agent by chance?

Edited By: spongebob1913 on Jan 09, 2017 13:50
#82
BenderRodriguez
WOOTWOOT1
BrianSewell
Getting up at 5am, staying in bamboo huts, no hot water, constant traveling, mixing with backpackers... Your idea of a holiday is my idea of hell
Looks like the kind of guy who likes to go to Spain and spend the day in a British Pub eating crap British food like pies and sausages all day long and moaning about life. The most adventurous thing he's ever done is try and dislike 'garlic bread' .....
Yeah, because if you don't like sharing bedroom with smelly students, cold showers and diarrhea, you've got to be the guy drinking Stella with your full english at the airport's Wetherspoon.
What a moronic argument, got any more of your golden thoughts to share?
So, is that your analogy of backpacking?
I have been doing it for 20 years over 46 countries, never came across any smelly students,plenty of mixed age groups from 16 -60 from all different backgrounds.The only cold showers I had were when I was in the middle of a desert to cool down whilst keeping dare we say it CLEAN. Probably had more diarrhea in the UK than I have traveling . Not every ones cuppa but if you want to be closed minded go fling your $#it elsewhere.
[Travel Expert]#83
spongebob1913
OP - So odd, Im off to vietnam for 3 weeks any day now, I decided to go from Ho Chi Minh, all the way up to Hanoi (maybe via train, unsure yet..) then flying back to Ho Chi Minh and back home. Is 3 weeks too long for Nam? Also, I've looked on lots of hotel booking websites, and wondered if its cheaper often to get the hotels out there, rather than book in advance? and lastly... did you get the Japanese Encephelitis vaccine?
Fantastic post - well pieced together! Are you a travel agent by chance?

I think you could easily spend 3 weeks and longer! Sometimes you could get cheaper rates going direct but when I did my trip I always compared rates direct and actually found it cheaper going through Ebookers although when I booked I had an 18% off code. I guess you could just turn up and haggle and just check rates online and book there and then if they were quoting you higher than an online rate.

Nope, didn't get that vaccine. And nope, not a travel agent. Work for local government.
#84
Hi Rachael
Can we whittle it down to 2 weeks at all? 3 weeks is too long with my work commitments.
Many thanks...Ravi
#85
Great find
#86
I done a 21 night trip with Greckos adventures that pretty much done this, total cost was around £1075 per person so works out more expensive. Then you have to pay for flights on top of this. worked out around £1500 each.
#87
rachelandgromit
spongebob1913
OP - So odd, Im off to vietnam for 3 weeks any day now, I decided to go from Ho Chi Minh, all the way up to Hanoi (maybe via train, unsure yet..) then flying back to Ho Chi Minh and back home. Is 3 weeks too long for Nam? Also, I've looked on lots of hotel booking websites, and wondered if its cheaper often to get the hotels out there, rather than book in advance? and lastly... did you get the Japanese Encephelitis vaccine?
Fantastic post - well pieced together! Are you a travel agent by chance?
I think you could easily spend 3 weeks and longer! Sometimes you could get cheaper rates going direct but when I did my trip I always compared rates direct and actually found it cheaper going through Ebookers although when I booked I had an 18% off code. I guess you could just turn up and haggle and just check rates online and book there and then if they were quoting you higher than an online rate.
Nope, didn't get that vaccine. And nope, not a travel agent. Work for local government.

Thanks! the vaccine was recommended to me by my GP last week, when I found out how much it was I opted to not... as it was over 200 pounds!

Really sorry to keep battering with questions.. when you hired motorbikes.. were they automatic?
#88
I highly recommend go walkabout for travel insurance. I got bit by a dog in thailand and they paid out within a week of making a claim. Also the cheapest.
#89
I didn't bother with any vaccines, I did take mosy spay though that contained DEET.

I have to say the food I had on this trip was the best I have ever had in the world. So cheap to. I lived on duck and sea food. One place was 3000VND a beer, that is around 11p!!.

As for safety for me it was common sense not to flash cash. Before going I left my decent watch at home and brought a cheap digital one. I brought a money belt but didn't end up using it as didn't feel the need.

One tip is to always lock your luggage even if it is in your hotel room. Remember the average wage out there is like $200 a month so you leave that laying around in your hotel room its like a cleaner in the UK finding £1500-£2500 just laying around. You can get plenty of luggage locks on ebay.

One couple on our trip had money go missing from there hotel room but no troubles apart from that,
#90
spongebob1913
sidog
Visa is not required for UK (and a number of other citizens particularly European) if spending less than 15 days in Vietnam.
Good post though. I spent Christmas in Vietnam (Nhà Trang) and New Year in Cambodia (Sihanoukville). Currently in Siem Reap.
and 3 weeks is 21 days?

The point is that you can get a single 30 day entry visa for Vietnam, and then use the free 15 day visa when re-entering from Cambodia - saves a few pounds.
#91
great post and effort for sharing...id love to do this but cant due to familiy commitments however a few years a gao i did Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore and it was amazing.
[Travel Expert]#92
jsoap
spongebob1913
sidog
Visa is not required for UK (and a number of other citizens particularly European) if spending less than 15 days in Vietnam.
Good post though. I spent Christmas in Vietnam (Nhà Trang) and New Year in Cambodia (Sihanoukville). Currently in Siem Reap.
and 3 weeks is 21 days?
The point is that you can get a single 30 day entry visa for Vietnam, and then use the free 15 day visa when re-entering from Cambodia - saves a few pounds.

Yes, this is what I did. Got the single entry visa on arrival when entering in Hanoi (think it was $25 or $30) and then when entering back into Vietnam by boat use the 15 day free visa waiver.
#93
Halong bay is probably the most disappointing place I have ever seen.Even if you take a boat that travels the quieter part its still overcrowded (with boats) and boring.
Sapa is well worth a visit stayed for three nights in a homestay trekking down the valley.Great home cooked food and plenty of rice wine.
#94
CurlyMedic
Hi Rachael
Can we whittle it down to 2 weeks at all? 3 weeks is too long with my work commitments.
Many thanks...Ravi
Probably best if you fly in to Ho Chi Minh and travel around the southern half of Vietnam.
Plenty to keep you occupied for two weeks and its really easy finding flights with the link below
https://www.skyscanner.net/?ksh_id=2e4d4372-a964-4f86-b928-484a025b3612&associateID=SEM_GGT_00065_00001&gclid=CKGt5aG3tdECFUK4GwodtcIDtA&associateid_proc=true
#95
Thank you for your post Rachel :) Am just about to go to Vietnam for a 11 night trip but am struggling with the itinerary. So much to see and do and so little time. Sigh! So found it and some of the comments very useful for ideas...
#96
woldranger
rhinopaul
Would definitely recommend hiring a bike around the Angkor Wat temples. You can easily spend 2 days seeing the whole complex.The bikes are basic unisex so if you have padded cycle pants use them. Also take a towel to wrap around your neck as you will sweat a gooden.https://scontent-cdg2-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/30051_403384371714_7511111_n.jpg?oh=280c34c7cdf1db47af43ac98394cd9c8&oe=59124325
I stayed in at the Bou Savy Guest House , Siem reap, a good location for cycling to the temples and close the city centre. http://www.bousavyguesthouse.com/
If you like curry then the Amok curry is divine.
I took one of the free bikes from the guest house where I stayed and spent three days cycling around the temple complex. It was one of the highlights of a 6 month trip round SE Asia. But do yourself a favour, take a headlamp!! I stayed out for the sunset each night and coming back in the dark was, interesting! I also did the sunrise on my last day and it was hilarious seeing the faces of the fat, lazy tourists slumped in the back of tuk-tuks as I overtook them on my "old ladies shopper bike" in the pre-dawn dark - you could see the most effort that they put into their whole trip was to haul themselves up and out before breakfast! Each to their own though....

Thank you both for the info!

Off to Laos and Cambodia for 3 weeks on Friday so all these kind of tips are extremely useful :)
#97
sidog
Visa is not required for UK (and a number of other citizens particularly European) if spending less than 15 days in Vietnam.
Good post though. I spent Christmas in Vietnam (Nhà Trang) and New Year in Cambodia (Sihanoukville). Currently in Siem Reap.

Can you recommend any accommodation in Sihanoukville? Hoping to go there at the end of my trip and visit the islands
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Zer0
sidog
Visa is not required for UK (and a number of other citizens particularly European) if spending less than 15 days in Vietnam.
Good post though. I spent Christmas in Vietnam (Nhà Trang) and New Year in Cambodia (Sihanoukville). Currently in Siem Reap.
Can you recommend any accommodation in Sihanoukville? Hoping to go there at the end of my trip and visit the islands
Otres beach is a better choice than Sihanoukville. Beautiful blue sea and white sand.
Otres 2 just further down from Otres is where we stayed can't remember the name of the beach hut.


Edited By: andy5and on Jan 09, 2017 17:12: Info
[Travel Expert]#99
andy5and
Halong bay is probably the most disappointing place I have ever seen.Even if you take a boat that travels the quieter part its still overcrowded (with boats) and boring.
Sapa is well worth a visit stayed for three nights in a homestay trekking down the valley.Great home cooked food and plenty of rice wine.

We cruised with Orchid and went to Cat Ba. 2D 1N was enough for me. It was nice to do but I've been on more interesting cruises, like Antarctica.
#100
rachelandgromit
andy5and
Halong bay is probably the most disappointing place I have ever seen.Even if you take a boat that travels the quieter part its still overcrowded (with boats) and boring.
Sapa is well worth a visit stayed for three nights in a homestay trekking down the valley.Great home cooked food and plenty of rice wine.
We cruised with Orchid and went to Cat Ba. 2D 1N was enough for me. It was nice to do but I've been on more interesting cruises, like Antarctica.
We did the same trip but I can't remember the name of the boat.The only good thing I could say about it is the food was fantastic.
#101
the free bicycle tour in Hoi an is genius
#102
rachelandgromit
andy5and
Halong bay is probably the most disappointing place I have ever seen.Even if you take a boat that travels the quieter part its still overcrowded (with boats) and boring.
Sapa is well worth a visit stayed for three nights in a homestay trekking down the valley.Great home cooked food and plenty of rice wine.
We cruised with Orchid and went to Cat Ba. 2D 1N was enough for me. It was nice to do but I've been on more interesting cruises, like Antarctica.
would love to the arctic! any good places to start in putting a holiday together?
[Travel Expert]#103
K0YS
rachelandgromit
andy5and
Halong bay is probably the most disappointing place I have ever seen.Even if you take a boat that travels the quieter part its still overcrowded (with boats) and boring.
Sapa is well worth a visit stayed for three nights in a homestay trekking down the valley.Great home cooked food and plenty of rice wine.
We cruised with Orchid and went to Cat Ba. 2D 1N was enough for me. It was nice to do but I've been on more interesting cruises, like Antarctica.
would love to the arctic! any good places to start in putting a holiday together?

Firstly, Antarctica is different to Arctic! Penguins in Antarctica and polar bears in Arctic :p. Antarctica is amazing, very expensive but worth every penny and South Georgia is amazing. Get yourself to Ushuaia as the cruises start from there, November to March is best time. We were there Christmas 2015.

Edited By: rachelandgromit on Jan 09, 2017 22:10: Edit
#104
andy5and
Zer0
sidog
Visa is not required for UK (and a number of other citizens particularly European) if spending less than 15 days in Vietnam.
Good post though. I spent Christmas in Vietnam (Nhà Trang) and New Year in Cambodia (Sihanoukville). Currently in Siem Reap.
Can you recommend any accommodation in Sihanoukville? Hoping to go there at the end of my trip and visit the islands
Otres beach is a better choice than Sihanoukville. Beautiful blue sea and white sand.
Otres 2 just further down from Otres is where we stayed can't remember the name of the beach hut.

Awesome thank you :)
#105
spongebob1913
daskapital
Went to Vietnam. Got robbed. Still think it's a nice place to go, but don't go flashing your phone/rolex/camera/money nothing. Wouldn't advise you to take children either. FYI I didn't flash the cash or anything. I was on a beach, some locals approached us, I thought they wanted to sell us crap, turns out they wanted to rob us.
when was this? and what beach? Must have been horrific! were they threatening?

It was 3 years ago. cam an beach in Hoi An. There were not a lot of people around and there were four of us and there were three guys on two mopeds. They had flick knives. Well they weren't exactly gentlemen but not to sound too cool about it but coming from East London it wasn't the first time someone threatened me with a knife. They didn't do any damage, just took our money and my friends watch and my camera and sped off on their bikes.

Vietnam police couldn't give a flying **** about it. Dude sat there with a cigarette in his mouth doing the aah poor you act. Despite all that , I would still go back because it's a lovely country with great food and beaches and the people in general are nice. But yeah, don't go strolling on the beach when there are few people around and don't get drunk on the beach.



Edited By: daskapital on Jan 09, 2017 22:18
[Travel Expert]#106
daskapital
spongebob1913
daskapital
Went to Vietnam. Got robbed. Still think it's a nice place to go, but don't go flashing your phone/rolex/camera/money nothing. Wouldn't advise you to take children either. FYI I didn't flash the cash or anything. I was on a beach, some locals approached us, I thought they wanted to sell us crap, turns out they wanted to rob us.
when was this? and what beach? Must have been horrific! were they threatening?
It was 3 years ago. Cam An Beach, Hoi An. There were not a lot of people around and there were four of us and there were three guys on two mopeds. They had flick knives. Well they weren't exactly gentlemen but not too sound too cool about it but coming from East London it wasn't the first time someone threatened me with a knife. They didn't do any damage, just took our money and my friends watch and my camera and sped off on their bikes.
Vietnam police couldn't give a flying **** about it. Dude sat there with a cigarette in his mouth doing the aah poor you act. Despite all that , I would still go back because it's a lovely country with great food and beaches and the people in general are nice. But yeah, don't go strolling on the beach when there are few people around and don't get drunk on the beach.

Yikes, we went there too. I'd of been terrified! We never had a large amount of money on us and left watches, all jewellery at home. It was quite busy when we went though so I guess it's targeting quiet times when there isn't many people. There was also a couple of 'pop up' kind of tourist police shops (if that's the right word) in Hoi An we spotted so perhaps tourist crime is on the up?
#107
Immoraliste
Definitely look into the motorbike food tours in Saigon. Well worth the cost to be driven through the mad traffic to districts you wouldn't reach as a tourist and try local specialities. If they offer you balut (fertilised duck egg), say no!
Hoi An is unique. Beyond the old town, rent bicycles and ride out at leisure on the country roads; you'll find the idyllic rural scenes you'd imagined of Indochina. Cycle to the white beaches at Cao Dai. Just go a little further than the resorts and there's noone there but the occasional restaurant and DaNang on the horizon.
Careful of scammers in Phnom Penh. It really wasn't an attractive city but as a Westerner accustomed to liberal democracy visiting Tuol Sleng and the Killing Fields REALLY is something worth experiencing just to comprehend that stuff like that actually happens when we stop believing in our societies and demand radical alternatives. I'd be the first to decry faux-angst from transient western tourists, but witnessing what happened there is truly heartbreaking and a motivation against complacency.
Worth reading up on Wikitravel / Wikivoyage pages before you go for info on what transport to use (which cabs are legit) and what scams to be aware of. People there are amazingly generous and good-spirited but like any travel to the developing world there are many scams aimed at tourists.
Oh, and the sleeper train from Hue to Hanoi is worth looking into if you have time.
Hope to go back some time!
why no on the duck egg, out of interest?
#108
I am doing something similar, heading out on Friday, only doing Thailand for ten days instead of Vietnam. Done Vietnam for 3 weeks 2 years ago and it is an incredible place.

As the OP has said, definitely do the "Top Gear tour" from Hue to Hoi An, one of the best things I've ever done on holiday, incredible views.
#109
:) great post :)
#110
sidog
Visa is not required for UK (and a number of other citizens particularly European) if spending less than 15 days in Vietnam.
Good post though. I spent Christmas in Vietnam (Nhà Trang) and New Year in Cambodia (Sihanoukville). Currently in Siem Reap.

That Pita GR restaurant in Nhà Trang is unreal, far too many Russians though in Nhà Trang.
#111
This is great, thanks! I'm thinking of doing something similar in July/August but would like 4 nights on a beach at the end to recharge...
The best option I can come up with is Koh Samui where the weather should hopefully be "OK" (i.e. not too wet)...
Does anybody have any other suggestions ?
#112
daskapital
spongebob1913
daskapital
Went to Vietnam. Got robbed. Still think it's a nice place to go, but don't go flashing your phone/rolex/camera/money nothing. Wouldn't advise you to take children either. FYI I didn't flash the cash or anything. I was on a beach, some locals approached us, I thought they wanted to sell us crap, turns out they wanted to rob us.
when was this? and what beach? Must have been horrific! were they threatening?
It was 3 years ago. cam an beach in Hoi An. There were not a lot of people around and there were four of us and there were three guys on two mopeds. They had flick knives. Well they weren't exactly gentlemen but not to sound too cool about it but coming from East London it wasn't the first time someone threatened me with a knife. They didn't do any damage, just took our money and my friends watch and my camera and sped off on their bikes.
Vietnam police couldn't give a flying **** about it. Dude sat there with a cigarette in his mouth doing the aah poor you act. Despite all that , I would still go back because it's a lovely country with great food and beaches and the people in general are nice. But yeah, don't go strolling on the beach when there are few people around and don't get drunk on the beach.
Was it at night or in daylight?
#113
Also - are the motorbikes/mopeds you hire automatic? never driven a manual motorbike!
#114
vardx
why no on the duck egg, out of interest?

Well... go for it. Worth trying everything once. It's a delicacy in many countries in SE Asia and you might like it.

Without wanting to sound dramatic, it was the most unpleasant thing I've ever eaten. You can feel the texture of feathers, the crunch of bones, and the taste was revolting. Because the embryo is fairly developed, you also end up having to swallow it whole.

The rest of the 'odd' foods on offer were very nice, especially if barbecued.

https://i.ytimg.com/vi/jY-hPWdzU60/maxresdefault.jpg


I did hope for a smaller photo, but can't post imgur links.

Edited By: Immoraliste on Jan 10, 2017 09:55
#115
oh god there goes my breakfast...
#116
Samui is fine but big and touristy
#117
I'm not sure where you were drinking but the price of beer ranges from $2-$3. I was at Siem Reap in November and no where did I see the price of beer at 25c.
#118
Sapa is also an excellent place to stay for a few nights from Hanoi.. probably my favourite part of Vietnam
#119
As regards muggings / theft i'm sure in every town and city in the UK if you're unlucky to be in the wrong place at the wrong time it could happen.

Be careful and you'll be fine...

Loved the submarines rolls with added protein (Ants lol)
#120
Sounds like an amazing adventure holiday, super tempted

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