Tour Details


Highlights of the trip:

Cruise aboard the Luxury RV Mekong Navigator, featuring all-suite accommodations with 34 river view cabins, plus daily sightseeing and local drinks included

Accommodations: 18 nights, including 3 nights at the Superior First-Class Sofitel Plaza Hanoi, 1 night on Luxury Junk in Ha Long Bay, 3 nights at the Moderate Deluxe Sofitel Angkor Phokeethra Golf & Spa, and 4 nights at the Deluxe InterContinental Asiana Saigon or similar, plus a 7-night Mekong River cruise aboard RV Mekong Navigator

Small group escorted shore excursions with English-speaking regional experts

Selected sightseeing tours and Cultural Connections with state-of-the-art QuietVox portable audio headsets on all shore excursions throughout your journey.


Meals as stated on the itineraries, with local beer, local spirits, soft drinks, coffee, water, and tea throughout your cruise, and complimentary free flow house wine served with dinner on board

The services of a Cruise Director and City Host from the region, plus shipboard commentary, regional experts, and private motorcoach for excursions

Complimentary Concierge Service on board ship to assist with all your personal requests

All transportation on tour, including a flight between Hanoi and Siem Reap

1 UNESCO World Heritage Site: Angkor Wat Temple Complex

All transfers and baggage handling overseas, beginning with the first hotel.


International air ticket and airport taxes from/to home destination

Wines and imported alcoholic beverages, imported mineral water

Laundry, personal expenses and gratuities

Visa arrangements


Package includes:

  • Accommodation (/single/double/twin sharing room)
  • Private pick-up and transfer (A/C van)
  • English speaking tour guide if needed
  • Meals specified in tour program
  • All entrance, permission and visiting fees 
  • 1 round of golf at the venues specified (or more rounds served upon request)
  • Green, shared-buggy and caddy fees per program of 18 holes.
  • Air fare and taxes: HAN - REP

Package excludes:

  • Visa to Vietnam  / Cambodia
  • Refreshments taken either on the Golf Courses or in the clubhouses
  • Shoe/clubs rental fees
  • Meals which do not specify in the program
  • Personal travel insurance & expenses
  • All other international flights
  • All gratuities and tips to driver and tour guide
  • Compulsory Christmas & New Year’s Eve (24 & 31 Dec)
  • Surcharge for golfing at weekend where applicable
  • Surcharge for non-golfer
  • Everything not mentioned above in the detailed itinerary

Important Notice: The above day-by-day itineraries are preliminary and therefore subject to change. If changes occur while on tour, you will be notified by your Tour/ Cruise Director or regional expert.

Please Note: During your Mekong River cruise, should there be an extreme change in the water levels or defects to the vessel that prevent the ship’s passage or docking, an alternative itinerary will be offered.



Hanoi, Vietnam to Siem Reap - Phnom Penh, Cambodia to Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) or Vice versa

19 Days 18 Nights


DAY 1: Arrive in Hanoi & Golf (-/-/-)

Upon arrival, your tour guide will escort you to the transport for your transfer to Hanoi Golf Club for your first golf game. Located up north and open for play in November 2006, this golfing gem has been strategically designed with trademark Japanese attention to detail over a vast 108 hectares of gentle, sloping terrain. The founding goal was to build a world-class championship golf course on the hillsides of North Hanoi, and at a lengthy 7,301 yards, what Hanoi Golf Club has today is a solid mature course beautiful to behold and a challenge to play.

Meals: N/A

DAY 2: Hanoi Golf Tour

Today’s golf is at the 36-hole King’s Island Golf Resort. Getting there is by way of boat, as the Lakeside Course spans two islands in a reservoir. No surprise then that water, in numerously varied ways, is a central feature, with many of the hidden greens requiring accurate carries over the lake or swampy terrain. On the Mountain view course, the 12th hole is an interesting dogleg right par 4 with bunkers grouped at the bend to prevent all but long hitters from cutting the corner. Big hitters hoping for a short iron in have to nail one straight over the bend, or be caught out by a fairway bunker on the left. Whichever the course, King’s Island challenges and excites all levels of players.

Included Meals: Breakfast

DAY 3: Hanoi - Ha Long

After breakfast, take 3.5-hour drive to Ha Long bay, a World Heritage Area of outstanding natural beauty. Upon arrival, transfer to a junk for a cruise around Ha Long Bay with a delicious local seafood lunch served on board. The cruise passes by many rocks and islets in many funny shapes. The cruise may stop for a while for visiting a beautiful case, if not today, you will do tomorrow according to each boat/junk’s itinerary. Again your dinner served on board. In the evening, enjoy the night fishing (optional) and later overnight on board.

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

DAY 4: Ha Long - Hanoi

In the morning, take further cruise to explore the beauties of the Bay before returning to the Wharf. Enjoy brunch on board before disembarking. Return to Hanoi, check in and spend your overnight stay in Hanoi.

Included Meals: Breakfast & Brunch

DAY 5: Hanoi - Siem Reap

Check out and transfer to the airport for your flight to Siem Reap. Arrive in Siem Reap, your tour guide will meet and welcome you. Tee-off for your arrival game in Phokeethra Country Club. The 7,145-yard, 18-hole course reflects Phokeethra Country Club's dedication to creating an exclusive golfing experience. Far-reaching fairways and generous greens give the Cambodia golf club a distinctive layout and feel. Natural lagoons and sand traps thread through the course to test golfers of all capabilities. The course provides a good mix of tricky par 3's, individual par 4's and par 5's which require a combination of long drives and good direction control to score well. After golf, you will be transferred to your hotel and check-in for overnight stay.

Included Meals: Breakfast 

DAY 6: Siem Reap  

Gear up for 2nd round of golf game in Siem Reap Booyoung Country Club, formerly known as Siem Reap Lake Golf Resort was the third international standard golf course opened in Angkor Wat. The $150 million US dollar course took 1 year to construct and is situated only 6 kilometers from the center of Siem Reap town. The course was designed by Kentaro Sato, the well-known Japanese golf course designer. No expenditure has been spared making the Siem Reap Booyoung Country Club the largest Angkor Wat golf complex.

Included Meals: Breakfast 

DAY 7: Siem Reap

Swing for your final golf game in Angkor Golf Resort. This course is a fair test of golf for all players and demands analyzing and strategy on every hole to score well. For instance, the deliberately placed bunkers and water hazards are tricky, but easily seen from each tee box. The greens have plenty of subtle undulations and they reward a range of approach shots. However, don’t be intimidated, each holes difficulty can be moderated by specific pin positions from easy to challenging. On top of that, various tee box location allow for both low and high handicappers to choose the right course length for their game.

Included Meals: Breakfast 

DAY 8: Siem Reap / Kampong Cham / Embark the RV Mekong Navigator

You’ll transfer to Kampong Cham today, where you’ll embark the all-suite RV Mekong Navigator and set sail on your 7-night Mekong River cruise.

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

DAYS 9-10: Wat Hanchey / Kampong Cham

Cultural Connections: You’ll enjoy a morning visit to a local secondary school on Day 9, followed by a visit to Wat Hanchey to receive a Buddhist water blessing. Later today, you’ll head to Phnom Pros, Phnom Srey, and Kampong Cham to visit the fusion temple Wat Nokor. 

Spend Day 10 of your river cruise on the tranquil Tonle Sap River, a Mekong River tributary, as you experience daily life along its shores. Cultural Connection: Visit a local floating village, where homes and shops on stilts appear to float above the water, by private boat. Later, take part in an onboard cooking demonstration, and then hear a talk on “Life on the Mekong.”

Included Meals: 2 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches, 2 Dinners

DAYS 11-12: Phnom Penh

Fascinating Phnom Penh comes alive in the best way possible on Day 11 of your Southeast Asian tour. Cultural Connections: You'll you hop aboard a cyclo - a Cambodian rickshaw - to travel like the locals as you visit the Royal Palace and National Museum. Then, take in a Cambodian children’s dance performance on board.

On Day 12, you’ll tour Phnom Penh, Choeung Ek, and the Tuol Sleng Prison Museum. Cultural Connections: As your Mekong River cruise continues toward Vietnam, you'll pass through the main Mekong channel - an international shipping route. 

Included Meals: 2 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches, 2 Dinners

(Most of the city tours of Phnom Penh during your stay on the Mekong Navigator are in the morning, you can choose to gear up your 2-day golfing here as well while combining your other land excursions).

DAY 13: Cross the Border into Vietnam / Chau Doc

Cultural Connection: Enjoy a visit to the riverside town of Tan Chau this morning, where you'll visit a Cao Dai temple and board a sampan for a panoramic cruise to view the floating market and fish farm. Later, you’ll enjoy an onboard talk about “Vietnam, Past and Today.” 

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

DAY 14: Cruising Sa Dec / Cai Be

Your next stop on your Southeast Asian tour is the peaceful orchard town of Sa Dec. There, you’ll take a tour that includes a flower market and the ancient house featured in the movie The Lover, based on the book by novelist Marguerite Duras. Cultural Connection: See how the hard-working locals make a living when you visit a family-owned mill. The afternoon takes you to Cai Be; cruise through the floating market, and make stops at a coconut candy-making workshop and the ancient Vietnamese Ba Kiet house.

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

DAY 15: My Tho / Disembark ship / Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)

Arrive in My Tho on Day 15 and disembark the RV Mekong Navigator, leaving river life behind to visit Vietnam’s most vibrant city. A panoramic city tour of Saigon (as the locals call it) takes you to the Opera House, the Old Saigon Post Office, and Notre Dame Cathedral. Cultural Connections: Following your tour, a family in Saigon welcomes you into their home for lunch. Then, get acquainted with an ancient art form during a water puppetry show.

Included Meals: 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch

DAY 16: Ho Chi Minh (Saigon) Golf Tour

Today, your tour guide will meet and escort you to the transport for your transfer to Twin Doves Golf Club for your first golf game. An exclusive members club with top notch facilities, Twin Doves is three distinctly different nines in the woodlands and lakes style of design. The scenic Luna Course is characterized by numerous small hills bordered by forests, and incorporates all the natural elements of the terrain as challenging hazards. Nature’s best continues to feature in the Stella Course as creeks weave between tree-flanked holes, placing a premium on accurate shot-making if one is to return a good score. With greens mostly multi-tiered and guarded well by water hazards, the Stella Course wins praise as the most exciting of the three nines. Playing around a lake is the Sole Course, replete with an island green, beach bunkers, and of course a series of water hazards. This nine is unique in that it has only a single par three and par five.

Included Meals: 1 Breakfast

DAY 17: Ho Chi Minh (Saigon)  

This morning, play your second round of golf at Vietnam Golf & Country Club. Widely regarded as the country’s premier golf club, Vietnam Golf has hosted Asian tour events on its two championship courses. The West Course plays long, and tee shots are challenging to narrow landing areas, some of which also feature a lone tree in the center of the fairway. Only single-digit handicap players are advised to play off the back tees. Standing out as one of the best holes, the 11th is a long 408 yard par 4-dogleg left, which demands of a drive that must carry over trees left to have sight of the green. Complicated by another large tree in the center of the fairway, the approach is then to a slightly elevated, shallow and wide green bunkered on both sides. The hillier Lee Trevino designed East Course offers more generous fairways but is protected by 110 well-positioned bunkers, water hazards and undulating fast-rolling greens which have been the undoing of many a better player. Scoring well requires smart approach shots that set up relatively straighter putts on the greens.

Included Meals: 1 Breakfast

DAY 18: Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) – Cu Chi Tunnels

Day 18 of your Asian tour begins with a visit to the Reunification Palace, a former presidential residence that was of great importance during the Vietnam War. It is now a museum, where you can explore the past and take in the beautiful architecture during a tour. The rest of the day is yours at leisure to enjoy more of Saigon - the ancient pagodas, bustling markets, and gourmet restaurants - at your own pace. If you like, you may join an optional tour of the Cu Chi Tunnels used by the Viet Cong, with lunch included. This evening, you'll gather with your fellow travelers to reminisce about your Angkor Wat tour and Mekong River cruise during a Farewell Dinner.

Included Meals: 1 Breakfast, 1 Lunch, 1 Dinner

DAY 19: Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) / Return Home

After breakfast this morning, you'll be transferred to the airport for your return flight home. Or, continue your Southeast Asian tour journey with an optional extension to Luang Prabang, Laos, and Chiang Mai, Thailand or Myanmar, etc.

Included Meals: Breakfast

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Sunbeam bridge






Paradise cruise


Kissing chicken






Angkor Wat




Angkor Phokheethra Golf


Mekong River


Royal Palace


Opera House


City Hall






Hanoi Siem Reap Saigon map