Mekong River

Visiting the majestic Mekong River is a journey of discovery through the heart of South East Asia. As the 12th longest river in the world, it offers a chance to experience diverse cultures, rich historical heritage, unparalleled natural beauty, and unique flora and fauna. From its origins on the Tibetan Plateau to its mouth in the South China Sea, the Mekong River traverses six countries, each with its unique allure and attractions.

Where is the Mekong River?

The Mekong River is located in Southeast Asia, spanning a length of about 2,703 miles. The river flows through six countries, beginning its journey on the Tibetan Plateau in China. It runs across China's Yunnan Province, then continues its course through Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia, and finally, Vietnam, where it empties into the South China Sea. The Mekong River is one of the most significant and longest waterways in Asia, and it plays a vital role in the region's socio-economy, culture, and biodiversity.

Voyages of Asian Discovery

From Incredible Cities to Stunning Scenery

Mekong River cruises offer an enchanting journey through the heart of Southeast Asia, showcasing the region's cultural richness and awe-inspiring landscapes. Traversing through countries such as Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia, these cruises provide travellers the chance to explore bustling cities, serene temples, and traditional riverside communities. A Mekong River cruise is truly an unforgettable experience, granting a unique insight into the diverse heritage and captivating charm of these fascinating Southeast Asian nations.

Where Can I Visit Along the Mekong River?



Discover the allure of Cambodia and its heritage, as you meander along the Mekong River, revealing stunning landscapes, from lush rice fields to timeless traditional communities that call the riverbanks home. The journey unveils Phnom Penh, Cambodia's vibrant capital boasting of ancient temples, bustling markets, and the majestic Royal Palace. It's a city that represents an intoxicating blend of the old and the new. A highlight for many is undoubtedly Siem Reap, the gateway to the world-famous temples of Angkor Wat. This remarkable archaeological site, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is a breathtaking array of ancient Khmer temples and sculptures, with the main temple of Angkor Wat being a symbol of national pride.

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