Join APT’s Vietnam, Cambodia & Mekong Cruise holidays of 12 days or longer and you will fly return from Australia for free, saving up to $3360 per couple*. This includes air taxes of up to $500 per person. Airfares must be booked through APT. Hurry! Must be booked by 31 May 2013.
Uncover the beauty of the Mekong on a luxury river cruise and gain an insight into local ways of life. Wander the famous temples in Cambodia or soak up the serenity on Ha Long Bay in Vietnam. Enjoy exquisite cuisine, amazing scenery and an experience like no other when you travel with APT.
Vietnam boasts an exquisite blend of its cities’ intense energy and the relaxed pace of the lush countryside. In the north, the graceful capital of Hanoi, the breathtaking mountainscapes of Sapa and the glittering beauty of Ha Long Bay await. Down south, Saigon’s tree-lined boulevards and French Colonial architecture provide an incredible contrast to the bustling markets and soaring skyscrapers. Along the central coast, the towns of Hue and Hoi An hold ancient appeal.
In Cambodia, a world of iconic landmarks and ethereal beauty is waiting to be discovered. Once the Paris of the East, Phnom Penh’s Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda have retained their magnificence despite the region’s war-ravaged past. In Siem Reap, it’s easy to lose yourself in ancient history at Angkor Archaeological Park when wandering the many famous temples, scrambling over their stepped walls for a closer look.
Setting the standard in boutique river cruising – your Mekong cruise will be enjoyed in true comfort and style. Unwind and wait for the destinations to come to you, onboard the RV AmaLotus luxury floating boutique hotel.
Similar to a five-star hotel, the RV AmaLotus offers unsurpassed accommodation. Its exclusive twin balcony concept is a feature of most suites and the vessel’s innovative design blends modern furnishings with a stylish Asian flair. Every feature allows for a true discovery of the sights, sounds and remote beauty of the Mekong.
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Find out more at www.APTouring.com.au/Vietnam2013.