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Mekong Travel Guide

Commence on a captivating journey through Southeast Asia with a Mekong River cruise. This river, one of the most vital in the region, flows through diverse landscapes and cultures, offering an unparalleled experience. From the bustling floating markets in Vietnam to the serene temples of Cambodia, a cruise along the Mekong is a blend of adventure and tranquility. It's a chance to witness the vibrant life that thrives along the riverbanks, where traditional and modern lifestyles coexist. The Mekong is not just a river; it's a lifeline for many, rich in cultural heritage and natural beauty. You'll see ancient ruins whispering tales of bygone eras, lush rice paddies, and welcoming communities. This cruise offers more than scenic views; it's a deep dive into the heart of Southeast Asian culture and history. With river cruise volume buys plus our low everyday prices you can save up to 50% versus the brochure price! Book your Mekong river cruise today with AffordableTours.com, your discounted river cruise headquarters.

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Jul 15, 2024ScenicScenic SpiritSiem ReapHo Chi Minh City15$15,655
Jul 15, 2024ScenicScenic SpiritSiem ReapHo Chi Minh City13$15,020
Jul 25, 2024EmeraldEmerald HarmonySiem ReapHanoi19$10,500
Jul 25, 2024ScenicScenic SpiritHo Chi Minh CitySiem Reap15$15,655
Jul 27, 2024ScenicScenic SpiritHo Chi Minh CitySiem Reap13$15,020
Jul 28, 2024ScenicScenic SpiritHanoiHo Chi Minh City20$33,615
Jul 29, 2024EmeraldEmerald HarmonySiem ReapHo Chi Minh City15$9,265
Jul 29, 2024VikingViking SaigonHo Chi Minh CityHanoi15$14,999
Jul 31, 2024EmeraldEmerald HarmonyHanoiSiem Reap23$11,090
Aug 01, 2024EmeraldEmerald HarmonyPhnom PenhHo Chi Minh City10$7,990
Aug 02, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonBangkokHanoi21$7,979
Aug 02, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonHanoiBangkok19$7,369
Aug 02, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonHanoiSiem Reap16$6,349
Aug 02, 2024ScenicScenic SpiritSiem ReapHo Chi Minh City15$15,655
Aug 02, 2024ScenicScenic SpiritSiem ReapHo Chi Minh City13$15,020
Aug 02, 2024VikingViking SaigonHanoiHo Chi Minh City15$7,499
Aug 03, 2024AmaWaterwaysAmaDaraHo Chi Minh CityHanoi16$4,818
Aug 03, 2024ScenicScenic SpiritHanoiSiem Reap24$19,650
Aug 05, 2024AmaWaterwaysAmaDaraHo Chi MinhSiem Reap8$2,399
Aug 05, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonHo Chi Minh CityHanoi18$6,959
Aug 05, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonHo Chi Minh CitySiem Reap13$5,064
Aug 05, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonHo Chi Minh CityBangkok16$6,114
Aug 06, 2024AmaWaterwaysAmaDaraHanoiHo Chi Minh16$4,818
Aug 08, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonHo Chi Minh CityPhnom Penh8$3,429
Aug 08, 2024EmeraldEmerald HarmonyHo Chi Minh CitySiem Reap15$9,265
Aug 09, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonHanoiHo Chi Minh City16$6,384
Aug 09, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonBangkokHanoi21$7,859
Aug 09, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonHanoiBangkok19$7,394
Aug 10, 2024EmeraldEmerald HarmonyHo Chi Minh CityPhnom Penh10$7,990
Aug 11, 2024ScenicScenic SpiritHanoiHo Chi Minh City24$17,350
Aug 12, 2024AmaWaterwaysAmaDaraSiem ReapHo Chi Minh8$2,399
Aug 12, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonSiem ReapHo Chi Minh City13$5,004
Aug 12, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonSiem ReapBangkok16$6,049
Aug 12, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonSiem ReapHanoi18$6,789
Aug 12, 2024EmeraldEmerald HarmonySiem ReapHanoi19$10,500
Aug 12, 2024ScenicScenic SpiritHo Chi Minh CitySiem Reap15$15,655
Aug 14, 2024ScenicScenic SpiritHo Chi Minh CitySiem Reap13$15,020
Aug 15, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonPhnom PenhHo Chi Minh City8$3,429
Aug 16, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonBangkokHanoi21$9,609
Aug 16, 2024Avalon WaterwaysSaigonHanoiBangkok19$8,999

Mekong Travel Guide

Mekong River Cruises Highlights

  • Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam: Ho Chi Minh City, formerly known as Saigon, is a bustling metropolis blending French colonial architecture with modern skyscrapers. The city is known for its vibrant street markets, the War Remnants Museum, and the iconic Notre Dame Cathedral. The port provides easy access to the city's diverse attractions.
  • Phnom Penh, Cambodia: Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia, sits at the confluence of the Mekong and Tonle Sap rivers. Key attractions include the Royal Palace, Silver Pagoda, and the National Museum. The city also offers poignant historical tours to the Killing Fields and Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum.
  • Royal Palace, Phnom Penh, Cambodia: The Royal Palace, with its classic Khmer roofs and ornate gilding, is a symbol of the nation's monarchy. The nearby Silver Pagoda houses many national treasures, including gold and jeweled Buddha statues.
  • Wat Phnom, Phnom Penh, Cambodia: A historic Buddhist temple, Wat Phnom sits atop a hill and is the tallest religious structure in the city. It's a peaceful place that offers insight into Cambodian Buddhism.
  • War Remnants Museum, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam: This museum presents a poignant and harrowing view of the Vietnam War from the Vietnamese perspective.
  • Kampong Cham, Cambodia: Kampong Cham is known for its serene atmosphere and colonial architecture. The region is home to the ancient temple of Wat Nokor and offers insight into Cambodia's rural culture.
  • Angkor Wat, Siem Reap, Cambodia: This iconic temple complex, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is a masterpiece of Khmer architecture. The intricate carvings and majestic structures are a testament to Cambodia's rich history.
  • Floating Markets, Cai Be, Vietnam: Experience the vibrant and colorful floating markets of Cai Be. These markets are bustling with boats selling fresh produce and local goods, offering a glimpse into the traditional way of life along the river.
  • Cai Be, Vietnam: Cai Be is famous for its floating market, where locals trade fresh produce and handicrafts on boats. Nearby, you can explore traditional villages and witness the rural lifestyle along the river.
  • Cu Chi Tunnels, near Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam: Explore the Cu Chi Tunnels, an immense network of underground tunnels used by the Viet Cong during the Vietnam War. This site offers a unique perspective on the ingenuity and resilience of the Vietnamese people

Mekong River Cruises Travel Tips

  • The currency used will depend on the country you're in, with the Vietnamese Dong in Vietnam and the Cambodian Riel in Cambodia, although US dollars are widely accepted.
  • When packing, consider the tropical climate. Lightweight, breathable clothing is ideal, and a raincoat or umbrella is essential, especially during the rainy season. Comfortable walking shoes are a must for exploring cities and historic sites. Don't forget your sunscreen, sunglasses, and a hat to protect against the sun.
  • Modest clothing is recommended, especially when visiting temples and religious sites. For evenings or special events on the cruise, you might want to pack some smart casual wear.
  • Remember to bring a camera to capture the stunning landscapes and vibrant life along the river. Also, a travel adapter is necessary for charging your devices.
  • Check your vaccinations before traveling.

Mekong River Cruises Things To Do

  • Ho Chi Minh City
    Ho Chi Minh City

    Because Ho Chi Minh City is the beginning and ending point for many Mekong River Cruises, you certainly want to spend some time exploring this vibrant Vietnamese capital. If you are interested in Vietnam's war history, you don't want to miss a visit to the Cu Chi tunnels, located in the Cu Chi district. If you only have about four hours to explore the city, take a taxi and begin with a visit to the Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica. Next door, you can check out the Central Post Office, a prime example of French Colonial period architecture. You only have to stroll two blocks up the street to see the city's Independence Palace, which was a former seat of power for the South Vietnamese.

    Best Time To Visit

    Many people like to visit Ho Chi Minh City from December through March when it is not as rainy. If you want to enjoy Ho Chi Minh City when it is more festive, choose to go during the Tet Festival or Vietnamese New Year, which takes place in the latter part of January or early February.  


    You Should Know

    Ho Chi Minh City has two seasons – the northeast monsoon period, which goes from November through April, and the southwest monsoon months covering May through October. The area's humidity averages around 75%, but is higher in the monsoon areas during the wet season
  • The Mekong Delta
    The Mekong Delta

    On your luxury cruise down the Mekong River, you will also experience the Mekong Delta, which lies directly west of the capital, or Ho Chi Minh City. Enjoy the floating markets, the expanse of rice paddies, and the stilt houses of the locals. Local artisans show off their skills, crafting paper or sweets from the region's local rice crop. 

    Best Time To Visit

    Most people like to visit the Mekong Delta between November and April when it tends to be drier and more temperate. However, accommodations may be harder to find, as this is considered the high season. Many people also like to visit during the rainy season, from June to September, as they often can find lodging – something that is not as easy to do during the drier season from November through April.  


    You Should Know

    In ancient times, the Mekong Delta was an ancient Khmer land and was primarily marshland and woods. The landscape changed when Nguyen Lords took over the area, building a series of canals to facilitate travel. While many people visit the Delta on an organized tour, travel to little-visited areas is possible if you prepare for your trip and visit the Delta on your own.
  • Phnom Penh
    Phnom Penh

    The capital of Cambodia, Phnom Penh is another delightful highlight of a Mekong River Cruise. People who visit the city are immediately impressed with the pairing of French architecture and Indochinese designs. You might say this part of Cambodia is the country's core and stronghold – the heartbeat that causes the country to thrive. The capital which spreads along the banks of the Mekong River and Tonle Sap is home to broad boulevards and thin alleyways – a metropolis where the ancient and new collide. Visitors to the city frequently make a stop at the National Museum of Angkor as a prelude visit before continuing to the nearby Angor Wat. Other sights to see include the Tuol Sleng Museum, a site that provides an insight into the terror experienced by residents under the Khmer Rouge regime. The killing fields of Choeung Ek are another reminder of Cambodia's sobering history.

    Best Time To Visit

    Travel experts advise that you see Phnom Penh from November through April, or during the drier time of the year. While Phenom Penh lies in the southcentral region of Cambodia, you can enjoy splendid temperatures on Cambodia's southern coast, which averages around 68-degrees Fahrenheit throughout the year.  


    You Should Know

    If you wish to see the temples when they are the quietest, choose to see Phnom Penh during its rainy season, or from May through October. At this time of year, the landscape is lusher and greener, and cruise travel is easier, as the water levels are higher. Similar to Thailand's tuk-tuk, the remok, in Phnom Penh is comprised of a passenger carriage that is pulled by a motorbike. It is the most common mode of transportation for tourists, as it can hold four or more people at one time.
  • Angkor Wat and the Temples of Angkor – Cambodia
    Angkor Wat and the Temples of Angkor – Cambodia

    Dating back to ancient times, or the seventh century, the Angkor Wat complex was built over a time spanning 6 centuries. Angkor Wat is located in Siem Reap, which is part of Northern Cambodia. This site is considered to be one of Cambodia's most important archeological destinations as well as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. All the temples at the site feature their own unique features and characteristics. Therefore, you will not tire of visiting the different buildings.

    Best Time To Visit

    Normally, you can see the attraction in the wet season or dry season. However, the time of the day you go should be carefully planned. If you go early in the morning, you will miss most of the visitors who journey to the facility shortly after breakfast. If you want to see even fewer people, plan to go during lunch when the sun is at its peak and everyone is lunching in the shade.   


    You Should Know

    The Angkor temple is shown on Cambodia's flag. The Angkor Wat is notably the largest religious monument in the world. Built by King Suryavarman II in the 12th century, the Angkor Wat was erected to pay tribute to the Hindu god named Vishnu. While it features Buddhist designs, the Angkor Wat also includes a tall tower in its center – meant to represent Mount Meru, which is a mount that was woven into the Hindu explanation of heaven and hell.
  • Luang Prabang – Laos
    Luang Prabang – Laos

    One of the must-see excursions on a Mekong River cruise is a trip to Luang Prabang in Laos. Also known as the "Jewel in Laos's Crown," the city still has an old-fashioned charm that is replete of any modern vibe. What is nice about Luang Prabang is that you can see most of the sights on foot. Therefore, make sure you wear comfortable walking shoes. You can also take your time visiting the surroundings. If you like to hike, this is the place to go, as can also hike outside the town center and visit beautiful cascades and limestone caves.

    Best Time To Visit

    Usually, the best time to see this attraction is when it is drier, or from November to March, as hiking can become treacherous when it rains. If you go during January, book ahead for accommodations or be prepared for crowds, as festivals are held this time of year.  


    You Should Know

    The town is home to 33 Buddhist temples. Pak Ou Caves, in Luang Prabang, is filled with 4,000+ Buddhist icons, believed to have been housed there for thousands of years. Two caves are found in limestone cliffs where the Nam Ou River meets the Mekong River. The Tham Ting, a lower cave, and the Tham Theung, an upper cave, serve as shrines to Buddha and the spirit of the river.  
  • Vientiane, Laos
    Vientiane, Laos

    The capital of Laos, Vientiane is a quiet city with unique sights and attractions. One of the major attractions is a gold-covered Buddhist stupa, Pha That Luang, which is located in the city's center. The Buddhist monument is both a national symbol and monument. It was constructed around the third century and has undergone several renovations due to foreign conflicts. The most recent remodel was made in the 1930s. 

    Best Time To Visit

    The best time to see Vientiane is from November through March when it is drier. Be prepared to pay higher prices during the drier season.  


    You Should Know

    Wat Si Saket, in the city, is the only Laos temple that was left standing after a Siamese invasion annihilated most of the city in 1828. The temple features 10,000+ Buddhist sculptures of various sizes and designs. You will want to take a photo of the temple's ornate tiered roof. Be sure to plan to visit the Vientiane Night Market, which sets up around sunset. You will avoid the crowds if you visit the market before its peak hour of 8:00 p.m. Some of the popular items include Buddhist paintings, backpacker-friendly clothing, and inexpensive sunglasses.
  • Pakbeng, Laos
    Pakbeng, Laos

    This sleepy village in Laos is the ideal way to see Laos's rustic side. Not only can you visit some quiet Buddhist temples, but you can also enjoy the local flavor and see, up-close, how the village locals live. While you won't be able to shop at malls or enjoy 5-star cuisine, you will get to see Laos the same way that local villagers do.

    Best Time To Visit

    It is best to visit Pakbeng from November through March, or during the drier time of the year, as you will participate in a lot of outdoor activities.


    You Should Know

    The most famous wat or temple in Pak Beng is the Wat Sin Jong Jaeng, which dates back to French colonial times. Visit the temple around sunset when you can see some stunning views from the temple's hillside location. One of the best restaurants in town (Hashan) is known for its delicious Indian cuisine.
  • Siem Reap
    Siem Reap

    Located in Northwest Cambodia, Siem Reap is a popular resort town that leads to the Angkor ruins and temples. It served as the seat of the Khmer Kingdom from the 9th century to the 15th century. Its historic temples make Siem Reap a favorite starting point or destination of anyone traveling on a Mekong River Cruise.

    Best Time To Visit

    Try to visit Siem Reap when the weather is rainier, as rain showers usually do not last more than 30 minutes at one time. Therefore, travel to Siem Reap from May through October, as it is easier to access this area from the Tonle Sap Lake. Otherwise, you may have to find another mode of transport.  


    You Should Know

    Besides the Angkor Watt temple, Siem Reap also is home to the Bayon Temple. Built in the latter part of the 12th century and early part of the 13th century, the temple stands in the middle of Angkor Thom. The main feature of the temple is its smiling faces of stone, which can be seen on many of the towers that project from the temple's upper terrace and sit along the center of the fortress. Another temple of note is Ta Prohm, which sits east of Angkor Thom.

Mekong River Cruise Packages

  • Getting There

    To start your Mekong River cruise, you'll likely fly into major cities like Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) in Vietnam or Phnom Penh in Cambodia, depending on your chosen itinerary. These cities are well-connected with international flights from around the world. Upon arrival, it's a straightforward journey to the cruise ports located conveniently within these cities. The Mekong River, flowing through multiple countries in Southeast Asia, is accessible via well-established river ports. These ports serve as gateways to the river's winding journey through diverse landscapes and cultures. Modern cruise ships navigate this mighty river, offering a comfortable and immersive experience with the promise of adventure and discovery at every turn.

  • The Perfect Time for a Mekong River Cruise

    A Mekong River cruise offers an immersive way to explore the rich cultures and diverse ecosystems of countries like Vietnam and Cambodia. The choice of when to enjoy a Mekong River cruise depends significantly on the weather patterns and tourist seasons in the region. The Mekong area experiences a tropical climate, characterized primarily by two seasons: the wet season and the dry season.

    During the wet season, from May to early October, the Mekong region typically experiences short but heavy downpours, often occurring in the afternoon. Despite the rain, this season brings with it lush and vibrant landscapes, creating stunningly picturesque scenery for river cruising. Additionally, the wet season tends to have fewer tourists, making it an appealing time for those seeking a quieter river cruising experience.

    Conversely, the dry season, stretching from November to April, is widely regarded as the optimal time for river cruising on the Mekong. During these months, the weather is cooler and less humid, offering a more comfortable environment for exploring the various attractions along the river. However, this period also aligns with the peak tourist season, particularly from December to February, resulting in more travelers and busier destinations along the cruise route.

    For those who enjoy warmer weather and wish to avoid the peak tourist crowds, the transitional periods of late October to early November or late April are great options. These times offer the advantage of still-pleasant weather, coupled with lower tourist numbers, providing a more relaxed and enjoyable river cruising experience on the Mekong. Each season along the Mekong River offers unique experiences, from the lush greenery of the wet season to the clear skies of the dry season, making it a versatile destination for river cruising.

  • Experience the Flavors of Southeast Asia

    Southeast Asia is a culinary paradise, and a Mekong River cruise introduces you to its diverse and flavorful cuisine. Each stop along the river offers a chance to savor unique dishes and drinks that reflect the rich cultural tapestry of the region.

    In Vietnam, the cuisine is known for its fresh ingredients and vibrant flavors. Don't miss the chance to try "Pho," a fragrant noodle soup, or "Bánh mì," a delicious Vietnamese sandwich. Vietnamese coffee, strong and sweet, is a must-try for coffee lovers.

    Crossing into Cambodia, the flavors become a blend of sweet, salty, and sour. "Fish Amok," a creamy fish curry, is a signature dish you should not miss. Another local favorite is "Bai Sach Chrouk" - grilled pork with rice. For a refreshing drink, try the unique and delicious sugarcane juice.

    Street food markets along the Mekong are the best places to experience these cuisines authentically. Here, you can watch your food being prepared and enjoy the bustling atmosphere. For a more in-depth experience, consider joining a local cooking class, where you can learn to recreate these dishes at home.

    Southeast Asia's cuisine is as rich and varied as its landscapes, making it a highlight of any Mekong River cruise. Every meal is an adventure, with flavors that are sure to leave a lasting impression.

  • Immerse Yourself in Southeast Asian Culture

    Southeast Asia is a region brimming with vibrant cultures and rich traditions. As you cruise along the Mekong, you'll encounter a wonderful diversity of customs and festivals. Respect is a cornerstone of Southeast Asian cultures, often expressed through polite greetings and modest dress, especially in religious sites. Festivals are a colorful and lively aspect of these cultures. In Vietnam, the Lunar New Year, or Tet, transforms towns with festive decorations and bustling markets. Cambodia's Water Festival, or Bon Om Touk, is a spectacular event, especially along the river, featuring boat races and night-time celebrations. Throughout the region, you'll find a deep spiritual connection with Buddhism, evident in the numerous temples and pagodas that dot the landscape. Participating in local traditions, attending festivals, and visiting sacred sites offer an enriching experience, deepening your understanding and appreciation of the diverse tapestry of Southeast Asian culture.

  • Why Book a Mekong River Cruise?

    Booking a Mekong River cruise is an exceptional way to experience the unique beauty and culture of Southeast Asia. One of the most compelling reasons to choose a river cruise is the unparalleled convenience it offers. Instead of dealing with the hassles of packing and moving from hotel to hotel, a river cruise allows you to unpack once and relax as each new destination comes to you. You'll wake up to new sights and experiences each day without the need to coordinate travel between locations.

    Another advantage is the exclusive access that a river cruise can provide. Many cruises offer unique excursions and experiences that aren't readily available to the typical traveler. This might include visits to remote villages, private tours of historical sites, or special cultural performances.

    In terms of value, a Mekong River cruise often includes accommodations, meals, and guided tours in the price, making it a cost-effective way to see a variety of destinations. Additionally, cruising provides a unique perspective of the region. You'll enjoy stunning views of the countryside, vibrant cities, and tranquil temples from the comfort of your ship.

    A Mekong River cruise is not just a trip — it's an immersive experience that offers a blend of adventure, relaxation, cultural enrichment, and convenience. It's an ideal choice for travelers looking to explore Southeast Asia in a more intimate and meaningful way.

  • Ready to Book Your Mekong River Cruise?

    Are you ready for an adventure that combines natural beauty, rich history, and vibrant culture? A Mekong River cruise offers all this and more. Glide through the heart of Southeast Asia, witnessing landscapes that range from lush jungles to serene rice paddies. Discover the unique charm of bustling cities and tranquil villages along the riverbanks. Each stop brings new experiences, from exploring ancient temples in Cambodia to savoring the exotic flavors of Vietnamese cuisine. The Mekong River is not just a waterway; it's a lifeline that connects diverse cultures and histories. On this cruise, you'll gain insights into the traditions and daily lives of the people who call this region home.

    So, why wait? Book your Mekong River cruise now and set sail on a journey that promises to be as enriching as it is unforgettable. Experience the magic of Southeast Asia in a way that only a river cruise can offer.

Mekong River Cruises Frequently Asked Questions

  • What Is a Mekong Delta Cruise?

    Frequently this cruise holiday begins or ends in old Saigon, or Ho Chi Minh City and has stops, based on the cruise's length. Cruises are offered that feature three-day, seven-day, and thirteen-day itineraries. For example, you might take a three-day journey that leads to a floating village, which ends in Phnom Penh. If the water level is low in Tone Sap Lake, you may need to change your travel plans. Many of the seven-day cruises end in Ho Chi Minh City (the capital of Vietnam).

  • What’s Included on a Mekong River Cruise?

    Depending on the boat and the pricing, you can experience various options. For example, a luxury cruise experience will include enjoying the Mekong River from an observation deck while taking advantage of spa amenities. If you wish to spend less money and take a sampan (flat bottom boat) cruise, the boating adventure will be both private and modern. It just does not come with 5-star Michelin meals or pampering.

  • What’s the Best Cruise for Mekong River Cruise?

    There is no one best cruise to take to see the Mekong River, as your choice will be based on the cruise itinerary and the type of cruise you can afford. To make sure you choose the right cruise line for you, select a cruise tour that features good reviews that can accommodate your preferences with respect to stopping-off points and duration.

  • How Much Does a Mekong River Cruise Cost?

    If you are seeking a more affordable adventure, expect to pay around $299 per person. Otherwise, cruises down the Mekong River average, in price, between $450 to $499 per person.

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