Ms. Khoa (South of Vietnam):Great man!!! He was professional at all times and laughed with us as well. Not only did we see everything as planned but we also made stops along the way to see a little more of village life. The driver was also a good guy. He reminded us every time we got in and out of the car to “Watch your Head” That stayed with us the entire trip.
Guide in Cambodia: We had two guides in Cambodia. Lucky was in Phnom Penh. We was very passionate about his city. Phnom Penh was one of my favourite places to visit. I could live there! Lucky is a very educated young man, he was our favourite guide!!!
Our other guide in Siem Reap was a joker. We liked it. He explained everything very well. He did suggests we go to a traditional Cambodia dinner/dance and we had an amazing time. Wonderful food and nice to see the traditional dances of Cambodia.
Guide in Thailand: Both ladies were really nice in Thailand. We wanted to go to the Tiger Zoo on one of our down days. They arranged everything for us at a good price.
Saigon Hotel (In Ho Chi Minh City):
Nice Hotel, no complaints, good location and a nice bar
Siagon Cantho Hotel ( In Can Tho) Nice Hotel, good view, DO NOT go to the 4 star hotel for a massage. The front desk suggested we go there since our spa was be renovated. We have a funny story but I wouldn’t recommend it.
Chau Pho Hotel (In Chau Doc): Basic Hotel, nice location, good for a one or two night stay.
Cardamom Hotel & Apartment (In Phnom Penh): This hotel went above and beyond. Great staff. They recommended a place to get massages, Wonderful!!!They moved rooms because our internet wasn’t working, helped moved our bags. Just a wonderful place to stay.
Casa Angkor Hotel (In Siem Reap): Great Hotel, Good pool, nice spa, good breakfast.
S Sukhumvit Suites Hotel (In Bangkok): This hotel was wonderful as well. It’s set right in the city by the skyway. Very nice good breakfast. Friendly staff.
Most of our trip was on land. We always had a nice van with AC. All drivers were good.
The boat trip from Vietnam to Cambodia took an hour longer than expected. It was still a fun experience
Cu Chi Tunnels, Museums, Ben Thanh Market, Thoi Son Island, Floating villages and Markets. Royal Palace, Silver Pagoda, Central Market, Cyclo Tour, Prison 21 (S21)Killing Fields, Tonle Sap River, Angkor Wat complex,
We couldn’t of asked for a better design for our tour. Everything went smooth and we didn’t have any complaints!!!!
All the places we ate at in Vietnam were recommended to us by Mr.Khoa. They were all wonderful. Great food, great atmosphere. Our first guide in Cambodia, Lucky, also gave us recommendations on where to eat. Our first dinner was at the Friendship restaurant. We couldn’t have had a better time there. The story behind the restaurant and what they do for orphan’s is amazing. The food there was off the charts!!! Probably the best food of the entire trip. For a good massage in Phnom Penh and Siem Reap you want to go to Bodia Spa…WONDERFUL and so relaxing. Great price! Also in Siem Reap you want to go to Touich Restaurant. It’s number one on trip advisor and that’s no lie. Sobey the manager is outstanding. The food and atmosphere was remarkable. When we go back to Cambodia we will definitely visit Touich again!
Absolutely!!! Gia Linh is a great tour company. They are organized, have amazing communication skills. I never had to wait for a response and all this comes from a great staff.
In THAILAND: No. 25/A2, Nak Niwat Soi 21, Lad Prao 71, Bangkok 10230
In CAMBODIA: Sala Kanseng, Svay Dangkum, Siem Reap
In MYANMAR: 109, Sinh-oo-dan Street, Latha Township, Yangon
In LAOS: Hom 07 Ban Nasamphan, 13th North Road, Luangprabang
In THAILAND: Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Phuket
In CAMBODIA: Phnom Penh, Siem Reap
In MYANMAR: Yangon, Bagan, Mandalay, Inle Lake
In LAOS: Vientiane, Luang Prabang
In VIETNAM: Hanoi, Ha Long Bay, Hoi An, Ho Chi Minh City