The Mekong River of Southeast Asia
Hear the ancient stories of how humans strived to survive during the Vietnamese war and explore the calm rivers of south east Asia. The Mekong River flows between Cambodia & Vietnam and is the longest river in the region. Also known as Mae Nam Khong among others, it takes the position of the 7th longest river in Asia and the 12th longest on earth.
This river flows into the South China Sea near the Ho Chi Minh City. The locals are known for managing floating markets along the delta and are skilled in agriculture. Rice is their major crop and they sell to nearby communities to make a living.
Explore the temples of Angkor and cruise along to destinations such as Phnom Penh & Ho Chi Minh city. Learn about the lives that were lost and the ones that persevered. The genocide museum is a great place to start.
Visit the Mekong valley where Tibetans reside with tales as old as time. Experience south east Asia and bring back stories of culture and adventure!