Inside Vietnam: Cambodia Laos

Cruises in Indochina

The breathtaking scenery of Halong Bay has been inspiring visitors since French colonial days, and remains an undoubted highlight of any Vietnam holiday. For those with time to delve deeper, however, less-celebrated but equally inspiring landscapes await.

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. Whether you are seeking a week of serene luxury aboard a classic river cruiser or a gentle afternoon on a converted rice barge we hope these ideas inspire you to take to the water!

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Cruises accommodation across Indochina

Cruises destinations across Indochina

    • 4000 Islands

      4000 Islands

      In southern Laos the Mekong fragments into a myriad tributaries, forming the idyllic 4,000 Islands.

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    • Mekong Delta

      Mekong Delta

      Drift along winding waterways, cycle through lush paddies admiring the beauty of the Mekong Delta

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    • Nong Khiaw

      Nong Khiaw

      Riverside Nong Khiaw is the gateway to minority culture and the dramatic scenery of Northern Laos

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    • Ninh Binh

      Ninh Binh

      Ninh Binh can boast both the home of the first Vietnamese emperor and magnificent scenery.

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    • Champasak


      Champasak, gateway to the 4,000 Islands and home to celebrated UNESCO temple Wat Phou.

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    • Phnom Penh

      Phnom Penh

      The 'Pearl of the Orient', Phnom Penh is a lively and engaging city returning to its former glory.

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