Vietnam & Cambodia
Departures from Dublin 

23 Nov 2018  £2,663
25 Jan 2019    £2,783
01 Feb 2019   £2,783
22 Feb 2019   £2,783
08 Mar 2019  £2,723
15 Mar 2019   £2,723
04 Jun 2019   £2,353
29 Oct 2019   £2,783


  • Stay in Hanoi, Vietnam's beautiful capital and enjoy a tour by cycle rickshaw, seeing the Temple of Literature, colonial belle-époque villas and Ho Chi Minh's thought-provoking mausoleum
  • Take a leisurely cruise in UNESCO-listed Halong Bay aboard a converted Chinese junk
  • Be inspired by the hauntingly beautiful and inspirational countryside with shimmering rice fields
  • Stay in Hue, Vietnam's last royal capital, and visit its awe-inspiring Citadel and Forbidden City
  • Stay in the heart of exciting Saigon, visiting the fascinating Cu Chi tunnels, the former Vietcong underground stronghold and a poignant reminder of the US-Vietnam conflict
  • Enjoy a full-day trip on the mighty Mekong delta, the world's 10th-largest river system
  • Stay and tour in Phnom Penh, Pearl of Asia, considered the most beautiful of Indochina's French colonial cities
  • Stay in Siem Reap, the gateway to the Angkor city ruins
  • Visit the Angkor ruins, a UNESCO-listed temple complex and one of the world’s greatest ancient sites
  • Return direct scheduled flights with premium economy upgrades at a supplement
  • Stay in hand-picked five-star and four-star accommodation, including all local taxes, with daily breakfast and five meals
  • The services of an experienced tour manager

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Offer updated 11/8/18 

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