Ho Chi Minh, Siem Reap & Koh Samui
Vietnam, Cambodia & Thailand Multi Centre Holiday
Vietnam, Cambodia & Thailand Multi Centre Holiday
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Dazzle yourself with the delights of Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand in this vibrant multi centre holiday. Start your adventure in the historic city of Ho Chi Minh, where pretty temples peek out from modern malls. Next stop is Siem Reap, home to an incredible collection of ancient ruins. Finish your trip on the quiet beaches of Koh Samui.
When you can't choose between southeast Asia's giants, simply pick them all. Vietnam's Ho Chi Minh, aka Saigon, is a city where Oriental allure fuses with French colonial flavours. Visit the red-bricked Notre-Dame de Saigon before enjoying evening drinks and taking in this beautiful city. Siem Reap is the most popular destination in Cambodia due to its unrivalled wealth of mystical ancient ruins. Angkor Wat et al are simply breathtaking, explore in the early morning so as to beat the crowds. Your final destination is Koh Samui, Thailand's third-largest island, where stunning tropical scenery meets rich history.
Duration: 14 nights
4 nights in Ho Chi Minh
3 nights in Siem Reap
7 nights in Koh Samui
Departure airport: London Heathrow
Board basis: Bed & Breakfast
Airline: Malaysia Airlines
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The weather in Ho Chi Minh is split into just two seasons, and the city receives a tropical climate with hot, humid conditions all year round. The rainy season lasts from May to November, with showers tending to be short and sudden during this period. The dry season sees slightly cooler temperatures, but still maintains an average temperature of 28ºC. Typhoons are common between July and November, so it's advisable to avoid this period. Most people choose to visit during the dry season. As typical for Cambodia, Siem Reap enjoys warm, tropical weather all year round. The dry season lasts from November to March, with hardly any rain falling in December and January, although these two months are part of the Cambodian winter, meaning cooler climes. This time is ideal for sightseeing, allowing visitors to cycle and visit the temples comfortably. The wet season begins in May and lasts until November, and often brings spectacular storms. Koh Samui has an average year round temperature of 30°C, and the monsoon season only lasts from September through to November. During this time it will still be hot with many sunny days, although refreshing monsoon periods may puncture the sunshine. The cool season takes place between December and February, and this is the ideal time to visit for beach and watersports based holidays. The temperatures rise sharply in March and the hot season runs through til August, with highs regularly soaring above 30°C.
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