AsienAsian emotions
Durch Vietnam, Kambodscha und Thailand führt diese Aktivreise für junge und junggebliebene Reisende. Unterwegs sind wir in einer internationalen Gruppe. Kulturelle Highlights wie Angkor Wat oder landschaftliche wie die Hanoi Bucht krönen die Tour.

Rundreise - Asian emotions

  Kambodscha  Thailand  Vietnam 

Highlights der Rundreise
  • In einer Dschunke durch die märchenhafte Halong-Bucht segeln
  • Mit dem Moped durch die Gassen von Hue knattern
  • Per Fahrrad durch die Dörfer von Battambang
  • Tempel-Hopping in Angkor
  • Bangkok - Schmelztiegel der Kulturen

Bereit für ein adventure? Für Wolkenpass, Parfümfluss und den Ort des untertauchenden Drachen. Für erschütternde Szenen auf den »Killing Fields« und lächelnde Begegnungen mit einem einst gemarterten Volk. Dabei hatte es in Angkor das großartigste Bauwerk der Welt geschaffen. Entdecke es auf einer märchenhaften Reise durch Vietnam und Kambodscha.

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Xin chao! Welcome to Vietnam. Your adventure begins with a welcome meeting at 6 pm. If you arrive early into the capital of Hanoi, there’s plenty to see and do. Start by visiting the Temple of Literature, drop into a traditional tea house, and learn the stories of the Hoa Lo Prison museum. This tour concludes at Hoan Kiem Lake, surrounded by modern office buildings and ancient Buddhist temples. Or take it at your own pace and wander the Old Quarter and admire the city’s French-colonial architecture, relax in a park, or enjoy some street food.

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Halong Bay

Travel by private minibus to the spectacular World Heritage site of Halong Bay in the Gulf of Tonkin. The bay is dotted with sandy coves, grottoes and 1, 600 limestone islands, which have been formed over millennia by wind and water erosion. Board a private boat and cruise the bay, exploring island caves and perhaps even enjoying a swim from Ti Top Island Beach during the warmer months. To end the day, spend a night aboard the boat beneath the night sky.

Included activities:
- Halong Bay - Overnight boat cruise seafood lunch and dinner
- Halong Bay - Cave entry

Accommodation: Junk boat. Your wooden junk-style boat has twin share cabins with air-conditioning and private facilities. There’s also a dining room and bar to enjoy lunch, dinner and breakfast. There are restrictions on the number of boats that are permitted to stay in the bay overnight, sometimes resulting in a shortage. To ensure all Chamäleon guests can enjoy the experience of a night on the water, occasionally you will stay on a larger boat (with approximately 12 cabins) and share your boat with another group. Or your group may be split across different vessels, in which case a group leader will be present on each boat, and the route taken and inclusions on board will remain the same.

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Hanoi / Overnight train to Hue

Return by boat to Ha Long, and at approximately midday travel by bus back to Hanoi. Arrive late this afternoon, and use free time to shop, explore the sights or just relax. Later tonight board an overnight train to Hue.

Accommodation: Night train. Sleeper trains typically have four-berth compartments (occasionally six berths depending on the season), which have bench seats that convert into sleeping bunks. A sheet, pillow and blanket are provided (although some travellers prefer to bring their own sleeping sheet). Most trains have a dining carriage serving simple food, but you may like to stock up on some food supplies before departure.

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Arrive into Hue at approximately 11 am and transfer to the hotel. Once the imperial capital of Vietnam, Hue holds the treasures of the country’s royal past. You’ll have free time in the morning to rest or explore. The bustling Dong Ba Market is a great place to sample some of the foods that once graced the Nguyen emperors’ tables, such as banh khoai (royal rice cake). After lunch, reunite with the group to visit the war-damaged ruins of the Hue Imperial Citadel complex, which once contained temples, state houses and the emperor’s palace.

Included activities:
- Imperial citadel Hue

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Today, tour the sights of Hue on the back of a motorbike driven by a local guide. Enjoy a stop at Thanh Toan to see the 18th century covered bridge and villagers shopping at their local market. Visit the 17th-century active Buddhist monastery of Thien Mu Pagoda. During the visit you’ll see the car of a former monk who drove to Saigon in 1963 to set himself alight to protest the poor treatment of Buddhists by the South Vietnamese regime. Enjoy a short boat cruise down the Perfume River before eating lunch inside a nunnery. Finally, visit the lakeside royal tomb of Emperor Tu Duc before heading back to Hue.

Included activities:
- Thien Mu Pagoda
- Royal tomb of Emperor Tu Duc
- Highlights & back streets by motorbike 

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Hoi An

This morning travel by bus through coastal rice paddies and the spectacular Hai Van Pass. After a photo stop en route, arrive into Hoi An. Recently declared a World Heritage site, Hoi An was a major international trading port during the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. Today, parts of the beautifully preserved town retain the feel of centuries past. It’s also a shopping mecca, famous for its plethora of tailors. On arrival your leader will take you on a sightseeing walk through the Old Town to visit a handful of the city’s major attractions. You’ll also be given a sightseeing pass so you can further explore select attractions at your leisure.

Included activities:
- Old Town walking tour

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Hoi An

Today is a free day to explore Hoi An. Browse the town’s cobbled streets and art galleries, or hire a bike and cycle through rice paddies out to Cua Dai Beach. Shop for paintings, ceramics and colourful cloth lanterns in the town’s markets and preserved Chinese shop houses. Perhaps visit one of the hundreds of tailors in the city to get something special made. Hoi An is also known for its delicious regional food, so be sure to enjoy a meal at a riverside restaurant or perhaps partake in a cooking class.

Accommodation: You will stay at the same hotel as yesterday.

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Ho Chi Minh City

Today take a short early morning flight to Ho Chi Minh City. Formerly known as Saigon, Ho Chi Minh City has a fascinating history and is arguably Vietnam’s capital of commerce and culture. After landing, check in to your hotel and then take a sightseeing bus tour around the city. Pass the Reunification Palace, Notre Dame Cathedral and the Opera House, stopping in at the War Remnants Museum to discover some of the sobering stories of the Vietnam/American War.

Inluded activities:
- Flight to Ho Chi Minh City
- City tour
- Visit to the War Remnants Museum

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Mekong Delta

This morning head out on a day trip to explore the Mekong Delta. Board a private boat to Ben Tre to visit the coconut gardens, stopping at a local home to sample tropical fruits & coconut jams. Afterwards, paddle in sampans (small rowing boats) past water coconut trees along the Mekong. Take a tuk-tuk tour around the villages, learning about local rural life and how they make their living making coconut products like brooms and coconut fibre mats. Eat lunch at a restaurant in the heart of the Delta, sampling regional specialties such as the famous elephant ear fish. Then it’s back to the boat to cruise the delta’s major waterways to Ben Tre boat pier. After the cruise return via bus to Ho Chi Minh City.

Included activities:
- Mekong Delta day trip including Coconut Candy Factory and Village Tuk Tuk tour
- KOTO dinner

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Ho Chi Minh City

You have a free day to consider many optional activities. You also have the option today to take an Adventures tour to the Cu Chi tunnels outside the city. This underground tunnel network in the middle of the jungle was used by the Viet Cong during the war. As this is a combination trip, your group leader and the composition of your group may change at this location. There will be a group meeting to discuss the next stage of your itinerary and you’re welcome to attend, as this is a great chance to meet your new fellow travellers.

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Phnom Penh

Travel by public bus through rural Vietnam and Cambodia to Phnom Penh. We cross the border, exiting Vietnam at Moc Bai and entering Cambodia at Ba Vet. Your leader will be on hand to assist with border crossing procedures. Cambodia’s capital city is set on a major junction of the Mekong and Tonle Sap rivers and boasts some fine examples of French-inspired architecture. If you’re looking for a tasty beverage on arrival, head to the Foreign Correspondents’ Club for a mojito on the rooftop. If you’re in the mood for shopping, stop in at the art-deco Psar Thmei (Central Market) or travel out to Psar Tuol Tom Pong (the Russian Market) for the best range of local souvenirs.

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Phnom Penh

Confront Cambodia’s tragic past on a guided tour of the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum, a former school which served as a Khmer Rouge torture centre. It’s estimated that more than 20, 000 people were held and tortured here. You will also head out to the Choeung Ek Memorial, where a stupa made up of some 8, 000 human skulls marks the site of the infamous Killing Fields, the execution ground for the torture victims of Tuol Sleng. You can learn about a brighter period in Cambodian history from an optional visit to the Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda.  Wat Phnom, shrouded in myth, is equally worth a visit, as is the National Museum with its excellent Khmer collection. Cyclo tours around the city are a great alternative to walking and generally include the central market, US Embassy, Wat Phnom, Mekong river front, independence monument and Royal Palace.

Included activities:
- The Killing Fields of Choeung Ek
- Phnom Penh - Tuol Sleng Prison Museum (S21)

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Travel by private minibus to Battambang. Break up an otherwise long trip with a visit to Kampong Luong, a marvellously colourful village that floats on the water. Spend an hour traversing between houses and other boats before hitting the road once more. Cambodia’s second-largest city, Battambang (pronounced Battambong), is a pretty riverside town of French elegance, friendly Khmer people and beautifully preserved colonial architecture. There’s also an optional cooking class to learn the secrets of local dishes such as amok, Khmer curry & fried spicy chicken.

Included activities:
- Kampong Luong - Tonle Sap floating village visit

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Siem Reap

Spend a bit of time riding around the countryside by bike, travelling out to local cottage industries to meet with on-site producers. Get a better insight into rural life in Cambodia, share a few snacks, then continue by private bus to Siem Reap. Arrive in Siem Reap in the evening and relax as you prepare for your much-anticipated visit to Angkor tomorrow. Perhaps hit the markets for some delicious street food.

Included activities:
- Rural Food and Cycle Tour

Accommodation: Dinata Angkor Boutique Hotel

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Siem Reap / Angkor Wat

Temple-hop with your local guide and make the most of your visit to the world-famous Angkor complex. The temples, dating back as far as the 9th century, were believed to represent the cosmic world and were set in perfect balance, symmetry and composition. The intricately carved bas-reliefs and architectural designs are mindblowing and there are spectacular photo opportunities at any time of day. Watching a sunrise or sunset is a must. The ruins are scattered over an area of some 160 square kilometres, but the main cluster of temples is close to Siem Reap, so there will be plenty of time to fully appreciate the great archaeological sites of Angkor Wat, Bayon and the jungle-covered Ta Prohm.

Included activities:
- Three Day Angkor Pass
- Angkor Temples Guided Tour

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Siem Reap / Angkor Wat

Continue your explorations of the Angkor complex. You may like to spend just the morning making further discoveries here, and save your afternoon for an optional activity elsewhere. Keen adventurers can take the Angkor zip-line adventure which gives an amazing birds-eye view of the rainforest, not to mention an adrenaline rush.

Included activities:
- Angkor Temples Guided Tour

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It’s a long drive from Siem Reap to Bangkok. You will exit Cambodia at Poipet and enter Thailand at Aranyaprathet. Your leader will be on hand to assist with border crossing procedures. Arrive in Thailand’s bustling capital and take in this exciting world of tuk tuks, khlong boats, and street vendors serving up delicious Thai food. Perhaps head out to sample some local specialties as a final farewell with your fellow travellers.

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Your trip comes to an end today, with no further activities planned. Bangkok is full of things to do, including the Grand Palace, Temple of the Emerald Buddha, and the fascinating Jim Thompson museum.

Sie wollen Ihre Reise durch ein Vor- oder Anschlussprogramm individuell verlängern? Sprechen Sie uns an, wir unterbreiten Ihnen gerne ein maßgeschneidertes Angebot.

Termine für diese Reise sind bereits in Arbeit. Gerne informieren wir Sie, sobald die Termine feststehen. Bitte teilen Sie uns Ihr Interesse an dieser Reise mit. Oder schauen Sie sich doch bei uns um, wir haben sicher was passendens für Sie.


  • Adventure-Trip mit höchstens 16 Gästen
  • Garantierte Durchführung aller Termine
  • Inlandsflug von Da Nang nach Ho-Chi-Minh-Stadt
  • Fahrten im Reiseminibus und Zug sowie mit öffentlichen Verkehrsmitteln und Taxis
  • 2-tägige Fahrt auf einer Dschunke in der Halong-Bucht
  • 17 Übernachtungen in Hotels, im Nachtzug und auf einer Dschunke
  • 14 x Frühstück, 3 x Mittagessen, 2 x Abendessen
  • Mopedtour in Hue, Fahrten per Motorboot, Rudersampan und Tuk-Tuk im Mekongdelta, Tuol-Sleng-Museum in Phnom Penh, Tempeltour in Angkor Wat
  • Nationalparkgebühren und Eintrittsgelder
  • Seele-Liebe-Herz-Paket
  • 100 m² Regenwald auf deinen Namen
  • Englisch sprechende einheimische Reiseleitung in internationaler Reisegruppe


  • Langstreckenflüge​



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