Great tour. And tour guides! Hotel is Cambodia the best! Only complaint was our group of 26 was put with 7 adults (22 and older) who were not in high school or any school for that matter. Should have been students only! Total misrepresentation of who was going with our group.
Terr / Adult traveler East Aurora, ny / Posted on July 20, 2016
Fabulous EF Guides in Vietnam and Cambodia. Guide in Bangkok didn't seem prepared nor did he target the trip to students / age group. He seemed to have adults in mind.
This was my 3rd trip with EF. The accommodations were the best overall on any of the trips.
Improvement opportunities: 1. In countries where we cannot drink the water, bottled water should be included without additional charge at every meal.
2. Food quality (lunch + dinner) needs to be improved.
3. An entire day was wasted travelling by bus from Siem Riem, Cambodia to Bangkok, Thailand. Going by bus, walking across the boarder and the way we went through Customs was crazy! In addition, there was no place that was sanitary to eat lunch in the area. The travel should have been by plane.
AsiaTraveler / Adult traveler NY, NY / Posted on April 29, 2015
Vietnam was great Cambodia was ok, the guide didn't know when to stop talking Thailand, the guide had nothing planned and overall it was disappointing
Too expensive for what I got from it
Shdthwizhsllq / Student traveler Hermosa beach, CA / Posted on February 27, 2015
This was my daughter's first time traveling out of the country and she had an absolutely wonderful time.
/ Parent Hermosa Beach, CA / Posted on February 26, 2015
Visiting Vietnam, Cambodia and UAE was a unique experience for me. Of the three countries I enjoyed Ho Chi Ming City best. There was an energy to that city I did not expect. Cambodia and UAE were fascinating as well. I'm not sure I would go back to any of these countries but I'm so glad I went. EF Tours take care of everything for you (if you like that sort of thing). It's particularly helpful in countries like Vietnam and Cambodia. They find interesting things to do that you might not find on your own.
Traveler007 / Adult traveler Westport, CT / Posted on July 07, 2014
Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam
We have just returned from this eleven day trip. We added three days on our own, at the end of the trip. It was fantastic! Each country had its own tour guide and each was great. All of us in the group agreed this was an amazing experience. One note of caution, the visas needed are expensive. Other than that, we thought we got our money's worth, over and over. The food was fabulous, the sites were marvelous, the transportation and hotels were first class. We have been with EF for many years and not all of our trips have been so utterly fantastic. But, this is one everyone should definitely do!!
JuneBride / Group leader Wilsonville, Oregon / Posted on July 10, 2011
The power of this tour lies in the fact that while these countries are in close proximity to one another, each is very unique in its culture, history, and offerings to visitors. The diversity of the experience is what gives this tour its value. I have been blessed to travel quite extensively around the world and this is one of the best trips I have ever done. I am happy that 11 students were with me to share in that experience.
/ Adult traveler Columbia, MO / Posted on July 25, 2010
Most memorable 2 weeks of my life
Do it when your young so that you remember it longer.
On our trip we went to Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand for our International Business class. We practiced our negotiation skills and did a lot of business research.
I will never forget the experience Bangkok is vibrant city and so beautiful. We did some shopping at the local mall and got some great deals.
Cambodia Does not get very many tourist so when they see a foreigner you get a lot of attention. I felt somewhat uncomfortable because they kept pointing and laughing at one of our group members who was overweight and African.
Vietnam has so much going on its just to much to describe. We had someone get quarantined because the officials thought he was sick but they let him go in 36 hours and the fun began.
firsttimer / Student traveler Bellevue Washington / Posted on July 23, 2010
The trip was outstanding I got to see everything that we were told we would see. The one night in the River Kwae Lodge was something that I still think about. Standing on the Bridge on the River Kwae was very emotional. Thanks for an outstanding trip.
camper / Adult traveler Long Beach, California / Posted on July 22, 2010
My son had a wonderful trip with so many opportunities that he grew from. I believe he came back so much more appreciative of what he has. He is hopeful to study abroad in Thailand in two years.
Cooper / Parent St. Louis, MO / Posted on July 22, 2010