"After your private guide meets you in the early morning at your hotel travel by air-conditioned vehicle about two hours southwest of Ho Chi Minh City to the Mekong Delta town of Cai Be. Board the local ferry for excellent views of Cai Be Floating Market established in the 19th century on the Tien River. Take in the bustling atmosphere of the market where people sell fruit and other goods from small boats laden with merchandise and participate in the action by tasting fresh watermelon and pineapple from one of the vendors. Then return to land to explore town on foot with your guide. Visit a vegetable and meat market and stop in shops that make specialty candy such as popped rice popcorn
Private Tour: Phnom Penh City Tour including the Silver Pagoda
"Phnom Penh the capital of Cambodia was a bustling commercial hub during French colonial days and today has re-established itself as the political and financial center of the country. Its rich historical past can be traced to the Khmer and French influence evident in the ornate Khmer-style take a sobering look at Cambodia's disturbing past with a visit to the Tuol Sleng Museum a testament to Cambodia's recent bloody past under the Khmer Rouge regime. This tour operator is the 2007 Conde Naste winner of the Best Operator category in the World Saver Awards""""Explore Phnom Penh on this full-day private tour
"Your Phnom Penh tour starts with an educational experience about Cambodia's past. You’ll take a guided tour of the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum a former school that served as a Khmer Rouge torture center. Then head out of the city to the Choueng Ek Memorial where a pagoda made up of some 8000 human skulls marks the site of one of the infamous Killing Fields. Afterwards enjoying a Khmer lunch at an NGO training restaurant and give back to the community.After lunch you’ll travel by moto-remork (a Cambodian tuk-tuk) and cross the Japanese Friendship Bridge leaving Phnom Penh to catch a ferry across the Mekong River to Mekong Island. The island is famous for silk weaving
This photo is of the section of Long Beach outside the Saigon Phu Quoc Resort (see the accommodation tip on this page). The beach is actually a cooler place to lie down with your discman or book, than...