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Mekong Travel Pass

Travel in a loop north from Bangkok exploring northern ThailandLaos and Cambodia before returning to Bangkok on this comprehensive trip for travellers with four weeks or more.

Discover the heady rush of Bangkok before travelling north through the lush farmland, quirky cities and ancient temple ruins of Northern Thailand towards Laos. Laos will blow you away with its mountains and vibrant cultures, amazing wilderness and wildlife. You’ll follow narrow mountain roads to scenic rivers and waterfalls, discover underground rivers and caves, visit UNESCO World Heritage sites and experience rural village life with a unique homestay experience. In Cambodia you’ll visit the awe-inspiring Angkor Wat, uncover Cambodia’s gruesome history at the Killing Fields and S21 Prison, try the local cuisine and chill out on the beautiful beaches in the south.  Cycle or trek the Bokor National Parks and get to know the locals in a remote village homestay, before returning to Bangkok or travelling on to your next destination.


HIGHLIGHTS

  • Explore the incredible Ayutthaya UNESCO World Heritage temple ruins by bicycle or boat.
  • Zipline through the jungle with Flight of the Gibbon in Chiang Mai
  • Experience village life, attend a Baci (welcoming) ceremony and stay in a remote village homestay on the banks of the Mekong River.
  • Swim in the spectacular Kuang Si Waterfall in the UNESCO World Heritage City of Luang Prabang
  • Get hands on and learn how to cultivate and harvest rice from a rice farmer
  • Get adventurous: go caving, mountain biking, zipling, tubing and swimming in Vang Vieng
  • Visit the Vientiane COPE Centre where you’ll learn about the on-going effects of the Vietnam War on Laos
  • Take a boat through a 7 km cave through to the other side of the mountain in remote Kong Lor
  • Meet the rhesus macaque monkeys of the sacred ‘Monkey Forest
  • Relax in a hammock on the Mekong in the 4000 Islands and see if you spot rare Irrawaddy Dolphins!
  • Explore Angkor, the UNESCO World Heritage Site – an impressive, never ending complex of temples and ruins in Siem Reap.
  • Experience local family and community life in a remote village homestay, with its seasonal farming, fishing, temple gatherings and festivals in Battambang.
  • Enjoy watersports, fresh seafood or just relax on the beach on the beautiful Cambodian islands
  • Learn about Cambodia’s history at the S21 Prison and Killing Fields and explore the Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda.

Unique Stray Experiences

Our mission is to get you off the beaten track and our experienced crew has chosen some incredible places for our travel route, so you can get amongst local culture and explore some truly remote destinations: 

Ban Pak Nguey: Stray exclusive homestay. Experience traditional village life. Hang out with locals in their backyard, swim in a secret swimming hole, play with the kids and visit their school. A very special part of the visit to this village is your opportunity to participate in a Baci (welcoming) ceremony. 

Kong Lor: A remote village in Southern Laos, surrounded by rice paddies, tobacco fields and stunning mountain views. Here you can experience friendly rural life, go trekking or just relax with a Beer Lao. It is also the gateway to the stunning Kong Lor cave, one of the most spectacular sites in Southeast Asia. 

Xe Champhone: Xe Champhone wetlands is that remote that sometimes our Stray buses can’t even access it and we have to jump on-board an off road truck just to get there. It’s also one of the best places to see wildlife in their natural environment. Visit the Monkey Forest and feed the Rhesus Macaque monkeys and see Asiatic Softshell Turtles in Turtle Lake. 

Koh Tunsay: Otherwise known as Rabbit Island, Koh Tunsay is a dreamy tropical island with crystal clear water and white sand beaches. Discover great snorkeling spots on the western side of the island and take a nighttime dip and watch for sparkling phosphorescence in the water.


What’s Included

  • Ultimate travel flexibility – pass is valid for up to 12 months from first day of travel.
  • Knowledgeable Local Guide/and or Western Tour Leader to provide invaluable knowledge, support and local insight and to assist with booking accommodation and activities at every destination.
  • All transport – whether it be bus (comfortable, and air conditioned private charter bus) boat, or even tuk-tuk!
  • Welcome Night pre-departure orientation in Bangkok
  • Ayutthaya Temples entrance free
  • White Temple entrance fee
  • Pak Ou Caves entrance fee
  • Tham Jang Cave entrance fee
  • Wat Prabat Phonsone entrance fee
  • Old Wat Taleow
  • Turtle Lake entry donation
  • Tad Ngeuang Waterfall
  • Wat Phou Temple entrance fee
  • Bamboo Train ride
  • S21 Prison entrance fee
  • Phnom Penh Killing Fields

Accommodation and activities are not included with your Hop on Hop off pass so you can choose what suits you, and your budget, as you go.

Want it all? Get a Mekong Flexi Tour. Get all the same great benefits + accommodation and top rated activities. 

Reviews

5star review

"This was my first trip with a guide on Stray Asia. It was amazing, I made some really good friends along our journey. This was all mad very easy by our local guides who showed us the most amazing hidden areas in Laos and Cambodia. We did all the normal stuff that every other tourist does, plus we did a tonne more which would have been pretty difficult to do with out a local guide and Stray."

 

Rory
November 2015 

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Thai Beach + Full Moon Adventure

Start or finish your trip with 5 nights on the beautiful Thai island of Koh Phangan, famous for its epic Full Moon parties! Departs from Bangkok.

Mekong Travel Pass

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Itinerary

Please note: Given the spontaneous nature of our trips, what we do each day might occasionally vary. 

Arrival in Bangkok

Sawadee, Sabaidee (hello) and welcome to Stray! Your adventure kicks off in the buzzing Asian metropolis of Bangkok, Thailand. If you arrive early in the day feel free to check out the vibrant markets and ancient temples that make up only a small side of this multifaceted city. Be at our Stray Shop on Khao San Road at 6pm to meet your Tour Leader and your new travel mates for a Welcome Night introduction. We’ll cover how Stray works, answer any questions you have and make sure everyone is ready for tomorrow morning’s departure. Afterwards, make the most of your first night by getting to know each other over a delicious Thai dinner and a few cold beverages on Khao San Road. 

It's best to stay close to Khao San Road. For accommodation and airport transfers add on a Bangkok Arrival Pack

Welcome Night meeting with Stray Tour Leader and group

Meet your Stray Tour Leader back at the Stray Bangkok Shop in the morning to depart for the UNESCO World Heritage site of Ayutthaya. We arrive mid-morning, allowing you plenty of time to explore the ‘Venice of the East’ by bike or boat. Ayutthaya is the former capital of the Siamese empire and was once a grandiose city, but many of the ancient monuments were ruined when it was attacked by an invading army. Nevertheless, it is still a fascinating historical park that offers a glimpse of bygone splendour. This afternoon we board our overnight train and head for the city of Chiang Mai

Included: Overnight train or bus 

Included: Temple entry in Ayutthaya 

Optional: Bike or boat trip around Ayutthaya Temples. 

You'll arrive early in the morning and the whole day is free for you to explore this historically rich city or partake in one of the many adventure activities on offer. If you’re looking for a bit of adrenaline we recommend Thailand’s most popular activity, the Flight of the Gibbon. This is an amazing tree-top adventure where you’ll swing like a monkey (or gibbon) and zip, fly, climb and crawl your way through an amazing jungle play-ground on the longest zip-line in Southeast Asia. This evening you can enjoy dinner at one of the many great restaurants then browse the famous night market, take in a ladyboy show or the Muay Thai boxing or head out for a few drinks with friends.

 Guesthouse located near the historic, old quarter

Thai cooking course, bike tour, Flight of the Gibbon, trekking, kayaking, mountain biking. 

Today is free for you to explore this historically rich city or partake in one of the many adventure activities on offer. If you’re looking for a bit of adrenaline we recommend Thailand’s most popular activity, the Flight of the Gibbon. This is an amazing tree-top adventure where you’ll swing like a monkey (or gibbon) and zip, fly, climb and crawl your way through an amazing jungle playground on the longest zip-line in Southeast Asia. This evening you can enjoy dinner at one of the many great restaurants then browse the night market, take in a ladyboy show or the Muay Thai boxing or head out for a few drinks with friends.

This morning we depart Chiang Mai to head for the Thailand-Laos border. We’ll make a stop near Chiang Rai to check out the famous and intriguing White Temple (Wat Rong Khun). Wat Rong is a unique modern Buddhist temple that features some curious statues and murals that include images from Star Wars and The Matrix, Freddie Kruger’s head hanging in the trees and a giant Predator emerging from the garden. We stop here long enough to grab a snack, stretch our legs and take a few photos before we continue on to cross the border into Laos. Once in Laos we take a short tuk- tuk ride into the chilled out town of Houay Xai, our stop for the night. 

Guesthouse with views across the Mekong River

Visit an ethnic lantern village near Chiang Rai, access the Gibbon Experience from Houay Xai (must hop off for these activities).
White Temple (Wat Rong Khun) visit

Leaving Houay Xai you’ll board our private slow boat up the Mekong River to the secluded village of Ban Pak Nguey. Sit back and soak up this incredible journey as you wind your way through lush farmland, thriving jungle and rugged mountain scenery; drifting past water buffalo, locals fishing, and kids splashing in the shallows. We arrive in Ban Pak Nguey in the late afternoon. Here you will get a taste of traditional Lao village life by staying with a family in their home. Experience a Baci (welcoming) ceremony, swim in the river, visit the school and help the kids with an English lesson. Play a game of football with the kids, explore the local temple, go fishing and try the local whiskey. This is a true highlight of any trip to Southeast Asia and exclusive to Stray!

Village stay includes accommodation in an indigenous family home, traditional Baci Ceremony, dinner, breakfast, local activities and contribution to the village fund/project USD$17

We wave goodbye to the village and jump back aboard our private boat to head downriver to the famous limestone Pak Ou Caves. Pak Ou is an important pilgrimage site for Lao people, and here you will see thousands of Buddhist images that have been placed throughout the caves over hundreds of years. Jumping back on board our boat a short trip takes us to the UNESCO World Heritage town, Luang Prabang. Luang Prabang has an old world feel that gives you the sense you’ve stepped back in time into a picturesque postcard setting. The fusion of French colonial architecture with traditional Lao design set against a backdrop of misty mountains and lush green jungle makes this a truly majestic place.

Today is free for you to enjoy all this UNESCO World Heritage town has to offer. Luang Prabang is home to the National Palace Museum, Wat Xieng Thong (the oldest monastery in town), and has many ancient Buddhist temples and sacred sites to explore. Many people take a trip to the famous Kuang Si waterfalls, where the bright turquoise spring waters looks like it’s been photo-shopped, or you can get hands on and become an organic rice farmer for the day on the Rice Experience. You can spend the day cycling or trekking to rural villages, take a cooking class, and tonight head to the night market for a hassle-free bargaining experience and some delicious cheap local food. 

Guesthouse with fan or AC private rooms close to night market

It’s an early start as we head south through mountainous terrain, on one of the most scenic journeys you’ll experience on the Laos travel route. Travel past mountain hill-tribe villages, vast green valleys and rolling hills; and we’ll make a special stop at the ‘loo with a view’. Our journey today takes us to the little riverside town Vang Vieng, best known for being the spot where you can take tubing trips down the Nam Song River stopping along the way at riverside bars and enjoying the beauty of Vang Vieng's landscape as you float downstream. Upon arrival into Vang Vieng there is plenty of time to go tubing, start partying or kick back and watch re-runs of old TV shows playing at the bars around town!

Family run guesthouse in the centre of the action

River tubing, cycling, kayaking, rock climbing, caving, visit the Blue Lagoon. 

Today we cruise through to the capital of Laos, stopping at the impressive Tham Jang Cave that was once used as a bunker in the 19th century during a Chinese invasion. On arrival in Vientiane your tour leader will point out the city’s main attractions including Putaxai, Pha That Luang, That Dam, the Presidential Palace, and the COPE centre – a non-profit organisation that educates visitors and raises awareness for victims of UXO (Unexploded Ordinance) and the Secret War. After check-in at our centrally located accommodation, you are free to explore the city, get a massage, go shopping, or people watch at one of the local restaurants by the river.

Hotel with modern facilities including WIFI

Tham Jang Cave entrance, highlights of Vientiane

An early escape this morning takes us away from the crowds and south to Kong Lor in the Phu Hin Bun National Park. About an hour into the journey we visit Wat Prabat Phonsone, the ‘Buddha’s Footprint,’ a popular and important pilgrimage site for local communities. Tonight you stay in the very rural and very remote Kong Lor village, surrounded by rice paddies, stunning limestone Karst Mountains and tobacco fields. This is a photographer’s paradise, the gateway to the famous Kong Lor Cave and a great place to get out and go trekking or relax with cold Beer Lao.

Comfortable garden view bungalows with spectacular views of the karst mountains and just a short drive from the cave

Wat Prabat Phonsone, Kong Lor National Park Entry Fee

This morning you’re free to head down to the Cave (Tham Kong Lor to the locals) and venture deep into the 7km abyss! Legend has it the cave was discovered thanks to some lost ducks. The story goes, one day a villager on one side of the island discovered his flock of ducks were missing, only to find them at the village on the other side of the mountain. The villagers put two and two together and decided to send a boat through and, voila, Tham Kong Lor was discovered! Ride in a traditional motorised canoe on an underground river that travels through the centre of the mountain. Take in the amazing rock formations, stalagmites and stalactites, and have a swim in the cool waters at the cave entrance.

Comfortable garden view bungalows with spectacular views of the karst mountains and just a short drive from the cave

Kong Lor Cave boat trip

Today is a short travel day as we head for the small town of Thakhek on the banks of the Mekong River. Thakhek is a major trading point and border town between Thailand and Laos. It has a strong French colonial influence and is a great base for hopping off to explore the Lao jungle, limestone cliffs, pristine rivers, lakes and hidden waterfalls in the nearby Phu Hin Bun National Park. 

Mekong riverside guesthouse

This is what Stray is all about: getting totally off the beaten track! We head into the Xe Champhone wetlands - an area so remote that occasionally our Stray buses can't access it, so we have to jump on board an off-road truck. Today we’ll stop at Old Wat Taleow, a beautiful temple that was bombed during the Secret War and somehow the golden Buddha inside remained undamaged. Then it’s on to Turtle Lake where you might spot and possibly get to feed the sacred soft-shell turtles. Next stop is the 200-year-old Hotay Pidok Buddhist library, a fascinating stilt structure that’s home to thousands of Sanskrit scriptures and bamboo tablets. Before heading for our guesthouse in the small village of Ban Keng Kok we stop at Monkey Forest. On arrival, grab some bananas and venture into the forest to get up close with curious and friendly wild rhesus macaque monkeys. 

Rustic Guesthouse with twin share bungalows

Old Wat Taleow, Turtle Lake & Hotay Pidok Library entrance fee

Driving south this morning we head for the bright lights of Pakse. From here, you can check out the refreshingly cool climate of the Bolaven Plateau. The Plateau features a lush green landscape, fertile coffee and tea plantations, and many spectacular waterfalls – including the stunning Tad Ngeuang Waterfall where you can go for a swim. For those who want to experience a little adventure, Pakse is a great place to hop off the bus and experience the unforgettable Tree Top Explorer adventure. This amazing experience includes a trek through the jungle, tree house accommodation, wildlife spotting, thundering waterfalls, and a zip-line system that will have you flying through the tree-tops.

Guesthouse with fan or air-conditioned rooms in centre of town surrounded by everything you need 

Tree Top Adventure, waterfall visits including the spectacular Tad Fane.

Bolaven Plateau, Tad Ngeuang Waterfall Entry Fee

An early start takes us to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Wat Phou, an ancient Khmer temple and the former capital of the Khmer empire before the Angkor Wat. We allow time to explore the site and climb up to the mountain top temple for some spectacular views over the man-made reservoir. We’ll then head south to the backpacker mecca of Si Phan Don, Don Det, otherwise known as the 4000 Islands. Here you can experience the laidback lifestyle and natural beauty of Laos’ landlocked islands. Take a leisurely tubing trip down the Mekong River, float past locals fishing and people lounging on their bamboo riverside verandas. Take a boat trip to spot rare Irrawaddy dolphins; or cycle across to the neighbouring Don Khone Island to discover the remaining remnants of the only steam engine railway in Laos and marvel at the thunderous Li Phi waterfall. 

Rustic style guesthouse

Bicycle or tube hire, boat trip to spot Irrawaddy dolphins, fishing.

Wat Phou UNESCO Temple Entry Fee

Say goodbye to Laos – it’s an early start for the journey into Cambodia. A short drive will bring you to the Don Kralor Border where you will complete the immigration process and continue into Cambodia. Today your destination is the provincial town of Siem Reap, home to the UNESCO World Heritage listed Angkor Temple complex. Arriving in Siem Reap in the late evening there will be time to freshen up before dinner and drinks along the iconic Pub Street.

Hostel with dorm beds

Today is a free day and we highly recommend you use it to explore the UNESCO World Heritage Angkor temples. Ranked at the top of many ultimate travel bucket lists (including Lonely Planet’s), the awe-inspiring ancient city of Angkor is the largest temple complex in the world. You can easily spend a full day at the site and still only see a small portion of this dramatic architectural wonder, but make sure you check out the famous Angkor Wat and Ta Prohm, which most people recognise from Angelina Jolie’s Tomb Raider movie.

In the evening you have the option to attend the unforgettably unique Phare Circus, a locally run non-profit troupe that provides disadvantaged young people from the community with a place to learn the skills needed to earn their livings as professional performing artists. Prepare to be amazed by how these talented young artists share authentic modern and folk Cambodian stories through an energetic display of acrobatic feats, music and dance.

Today you depart Siem Reap early enough to arrive in Battambang for a late lunch. After lunch we’ll take a ride on the Bamboo Train, a rail system that was built by the French and destroyed by the Khmer Rouge, but the locals still use it as simple form of transport. Then we make our way to tonight’s village stay, located in the picturesque countryside. You’ll stay in a Cambodian family’s home, experience local community life, visit the school and join in a friendly local game or help the kids with their English. You can wander through the rice paddies, explore the local market, and enjoy a traditional meal with your host family.

Village stay includes accommodation in a Cambodian family’s home, local activities, dinner, breakfast, and contribution to the village fund/project US$18

Ride on the Bamboo Train

A full day today takes us to the popular seaside town Sihanoukville on the Cambodian coast. En route we pass through the bustling riverside Khmer town Kompong Chhnang (pronounced kompong-ch-nang), which its local market and floating village. Arriving in Sihanoukville by late afternoon, settle in at your guesthouse and then you are free to wander down to the beach for a refreshing dip or kick back at one of the many beachfront restaurants and bars. tonight join one of the beach parties or have a seafood BBQ on the beach.

Guesthouse with private rooms

Today is yours to relax in Cambodia’s premier beach location. Catch some rays on the beach and go for a swim, or do one of the many water sports including, diving, fishing, snorkelling, kayaking or hire a jet ski. Learn to cook Khmer classics like Fish Amok or deep fried bananas at the Traditional Khmer cooking school, take a trip out to the surrounding islands, or hire a bicycle and explore the nearby beaches. Tonight you can head to Ochheuteal Beach for some partying with the rest of the backpacker crowd, or watch the sun go down at Serendipity Beach.

Guesthouse with private rooms

Island tour, jet skis, massage, sailing, snorkelling, scuba diving, party boat, windsurfing, kayaking

A 3 hour drive brings us to the little riverside town of Kampot where you will have a free afternoon to visit the salt and pepper farms, go cycling or trek in the Bokor National Park. There is an option to take a leisurely boat cruise on the Kampot River: a relaxing boat trip where you’ll just sit back, enjoy a cool beverage and absorb the spectacular views of Bokor National Park and Elephant Mountain as the sun sets over the river. Tonight we recommend sampling the exceptional seafood at one of the many restaurants on the riverfront – try the fried shrimp with green pepper corns, it’s delish! 

Guesthouse with dorm beds or private rooms

Sunset River Cruise, tour of the pepper & salt farms.

A short drive this morning brings us to the old French resort town of Kep where we board a traditional Khmer wooden fishing boat and travel for 30 minutes to our sanctuary, Koh Tunsay Island. Once on shore you can explore the mountainous terrain, relax on the beach, swim in the warm sea waters and just watch the sun go down.

Shared bungalows on the beach

Tearing ourselves away from the beach we take the boat back to the mainland. From here we head for the bustling Cambodian capital Phnom Penh, stopping for lunch before we take an afternoon tour of the infamous Khmer Rouge S21 Prison and Killing Fields. This evening you are free to explore the city with a visit to the Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda, Wat Phnom, and the Russian Market. See a living art performance at the National Museum, or learn a Cambodian craft, dance or kick boxing at the Backstreet Academy.

Guesthouse near the main tourist area

Learn a Cambodian art at Backstreet Academy, half day cycling trip, river boat cruise, city tour, Royal Palace & Silver Pagoda tour, Russian Market, National Museum.

S21 Prison and Killing Fields entrance and tour

This morning we leave bustling Phnom Penh, and make an express return to Siem Reap with your Tour Leader on a public bus. Why not take this opportunity to visit some of the minor sites or visit nearby villages in and around Siem Reap, relax and grab a massage in a local spa, do some shopping or just spend time chilling at your guesthouse.

Hostel with dorm beds USD $6-8

It’s time to say good-bye to Cambodia the trip from Siem Reap to Bangkok is an unguided public bus connection which your Tour Leader will organise for you. To return to Bangkok you will be driven to the border town of Poipet to process through Thai immigration before the last drive on to Bangkok. Expect to arrive at the bus station in the evening. We hope you had a blast on your Stray adventure! 

 

Mekong Travel Pass

$1,655

Timetable

Starts: Bangkok - or anywhere on the travel loop and finish where you started!  Just let us know upon booking. 

Days: Monday or Friday

Time: 6pm at the Stray Bangkok Travel Shop

Arrival in Bangkok

  MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN
Stray Shop - Khao San Road (Welcome Night) 18:00 18:00

Bangkok to Chiang Mai (via Ayutthaya)

  MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN
Bangkok - 209 JC Jewelry Centre Building, Khao San (Arrive) 09:30 09:30
Bangkok - 209 JC Jewelry Centre Building, Khao San (Depart) 10:00 10:00
Ayutthaya (Arrive) 12:00 PM 12:00 PM
Ayutthaya - Good Luck Guesthouse (Depart) 17:00 17:00
Ayutthaya Train or Bus Station (Depart) 19:45 19:45

Arrive in Chiang Mai

  MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN
Chiang Mai (Arrive) 08:15 08:15

Chiang Mai - Free Day

  MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN
Chiang Mai (Free Day) Free Day Free Day

Chiang Mai to Houay Xai

  MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN
Chiang Mai - Deejai Hostel (Depart) 09:00 09:00
Chiang Rai - Bus Terminal 2 (Phaholayotin Rd) (Depart) 12:15 12:15
Chiang Khong (Thai Border) (Depart) 14:30 14:30
Houay Xai (Laos Border) (Arrive) 16:00 16:00

Houay Xai to Ban Pak Nguey (Homestay)

  MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN
Houay Xai (Laos Border) - Oudomphone Hotel 2 (Depart) 07:30 07:30
Ban Pak Nguey (Homestay Village) (Arrive) 15:30 15:30

Ban Pak Nguey to Luang Prabang

  MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN
Ban Pak Nguey - Boat Landing (Depart) 08:00 08:00
Pak Ou Caves (Depart) 14:00 14:00
Luang Prabang (Arrive) 16:00 16:00

Luang Prabang - Free Day

  MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN
Luang Prabang (Free Day) Free Day Free Day

Luang Prabang to Vang Vieng

  MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN
Luang Prabang - Joma Bakery near the Post Office (Depart) 07:00 07:00
Vang Vieng (Arrive) 13:30 13:30

Vang Vieng to Vientiane

  MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN
Vang Vieng - Seng Aloun Guesthouse (Depart) 10:00 10:00
Vientiane (Arrive) 17:30 17:30

Vientiane to Kong Lor

  MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN
Vientiane - Mixay Paradise Guesthouse (Depart) 08:00 08:00
Kong Lor (Arrive) 15:00 15:00

Kong Lor - Free Day

  MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN
Kong Lor (Free Day) Free Day Free Day

Kong Lor to Thakhek

  MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN
Kong Lor - Spring River Resort (Depart) 11:00 11:00
Thakhek (Arrive) 15:30 15:30

Thakhek to Xe Champhone

  MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN
Thakhek - Mekong Hotel (Depart) 07:30 07:30
Ban Lak 35 (Depart) 09:00 09:00
Xe Champhone (Arrive) 17:30 17:30

Xe Champhone to Pakse

  MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN
Xe Champhone - Phonethavy Guesthouse (Depart) 08:00 08:00
Ban Khongxedon (Depart) 11:30 11:30
Pakse (Arrive) 13:00 13:00

Pakse to Don Det (4000 Islands)

  MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN
Pakse - Royal Pakse Hotel (Depart) 07:30 07:30
Champasak - Wat Phou (Depart) 10:30 10:30
Ban Nakasang - Pier (Depart) 14:00 14:00
Don Det (Arrive) 14:30 14:30

Don Det to Siem Reap (Express Day)

  MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN
Don Det - Lebijou Guesthouse (Depart) 08:30 08:30
Ban Nakasang - Pier (Depart) 08:45 08:45
Don Kralor - Cambodia Border Immigration Building (Depart) 10:45 10:45
Siem Reap (Arrive) 18:00 18:00

Siem Reap - Free Day

  MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN
Siem Reap (Free Day) Free Day Free Day

Siem Reap to Battambang (Homestay)

  MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN
Siem Reap - The Living Quarters (Hostel 543) (Depart) 09:00 09:00
Battambang - Homestay (Arrive) 15:30 15:30

Battambang to Sihanoukville

  MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN
Battambang - Homestay (Depart) 07:00 07:00
Sihanoukville (Arrive) 17:00 17:00

Sihanoukville - Free Day

  MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN
Sihanoukville (Free Day) Free Day Free Day

Sihanoukville to Kampot

  MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN
Sihanoukville - Sakal Guesthouse (Depart) 09:00 09:00
Kampot (Arrive) 12:00 12:00

Kampot to Koh Tunsay

  MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN
Kampot - Ny Ny Hotel (Depart) 09:00 09:00
Koh Tunsay (Arrive) 11:00 11:00

Koh Tunsay to Phnom Penh

  MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN
Koh Tunsay - Boat Pier (Depart) 08:00 08:00
Phnom Penh (Arrive) 12:00 12:00

Phnom Penh to Siem Reap

  MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN
Phnom Penh (Depart) 08:00 08:00
Siem Reap (Arrive) 15:00 15:00

Siem Reap to Bangkok (Express Day)

  MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT SUN
Siem Reap (Depart) 08:00 08:00 08:00 08:00 08:00 08:00 08:00
Bangkok (Arrive) 18:00 18:00 18:00 18:00 18:00 18:00 18:00

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