Inside Vietnam: Cambodia Laos

Cruising and sailing through Indochina

Get out on the water and witness the hidden corners of Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos, inaccessible to land-bound visitors.

The island-strewn waters of Halong Bay may rightly have the greatest international reputation, but we urge you to explore further. In northern Laos the Mekong demarcates the border with neighbouring Thailand, and having journeyed for more than an a thousand miles from the Tibetan Plateau the scale is already dramatic. Much of the subsequent thousand miles downstream to the sea are navigable, passing through the dramatic landscapes of Laos, the bucolic rural scenery of Cambodia and into the bountiful Mekong Delta. We hope these ideas inspire you to jump aboard!

  • Sunset Thu Bon River cruise

    The Thu Bon River in Hoi An once witnessed great trading fleets from across Asia. A more sedate pace is common today; ideal for an evening cruise!

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  • Ninh Binh sampan

    Known as 'Dry Halong Bay', the breath-taking scenery of Ninh Binh is best appreciated from amongst the lily and lotus on the calm waters of the river.

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  • Halong Bay Cruises

    UNESCO World Heritage designated Halong Bay, scenic highlight of northern Vietnam, is a fabulous location for taking to the water.

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  • Mekong Delta cruises

    In southwest Vietnam the great Mekong River splits into countless tributaries that fan out to form the vast, fertile Mekong Delta.

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  • Mekong River Cruises

    For those with time on their side, there can be few more exotic options than an extended cruise on the Mekong River between Vietnam and Cambodia.

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  • Cu Chi Tunnels by speedboat

    Many visitors to Saigon visit the Cu Chi Tunnels, but few arrive in such style! Feel the wind in your hair on a speedboat up the Saigon River.

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  • Red River cruise

    Discover the Red River, which connects Halong Bay with the mountains and ethnic villages of Northern Vietnam.

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