7 Days Jahan Serenity Cruise

Cambodia Tour

Board the luxurious Jahan for a seven day Mekong cruise, sailing upstream through Cambodia.

Experience the charming diversity of Cambodian life as you embark along the mighty Mekong, starting your journey in the charismatic capital of Phnom Penh and sailing north to Siem Reap. Witness the striking architecture on show at the Royal Palace and the Buddhist temple of Wat Phnom before taking an emotional visit to the Killing Fields, uncovering the dark secrets of the Khmer Rouge regime. Witness the leisurely local life that takes place within the tranquil villages alongside the Mekong, and take a refreshing swim in the river itself - truly a once in a lifetime experience. Stop at the infamous floating village of Kampong Cham before ending your incredible voyage on the still waters that precede Siem Reap. Marvel at the sheer magnitude of the mystical Angkor complex to cap off a perfect week.

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  • Day 1 Arrive Phnom Penh

    Upon arrival, when you leave the airport terminal, please look for a tour guide displaying a welcome signboard with the Trails of Indochina logo and your name. Transfer to your hotel.

  • Day 2 Phnom Penh

    Phnom Penh was once the Paris of the East. Despite its rapid development, it has retained a lot of its rustic charm and elegance. Embark the ship at 8am, then we will be captivated by a...

  • Day 3 Phnom Penh - Kampong Cham

    We will depart before the break of dawn from Phnom Penh with a stop at the little known Chong Koh silk weaving village. We will then return to the ship and will cruise past the Mekong’s tranquil...

  • Day 4 Kampong Cham - Wat Hanchey

    We will wake up in the small hours of the morning, truly energized to embark on a land journey to the pre-Angkorian temple of Wat Hanchey. Travelers either take a motor-taxi or climb 291 steps to...

  • Day 5 Kampong Cham - Kampong Chhnang

    Before the sun peeks over the horizon, the cruiser sets sail towards Kampong Chhnang on the Tonle River – an amazingly narrow river – which glides through leafy swaths of the Southeast Asian...

  • Day 6 Tonle Sap - Siem Reap

    This great lake dominates Cambodia and is the largest freshwater lake in Asia with abundant birdlife. This lake is so wide that one cannot see its shores from the middle of the lake. Enjoy the...

  • Day 7 Depart Siem Reap

    Free time until you transfer to the airport for your departure flight.


The city of Phnom Penh enjoys warm, tropical weather all year long. There are two seasons: a dry season from December to April and a wet season from May to November. In the dry season the northeast monsoon winds keep the days sunny and dry, but the wet season brings the monsoons themselves, bringing showers and high levels of humidity. Many people choose to visit in December and January due to the comfortable climate and lack of rain.

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.



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