All about the Mekong Pass

Discover the sights, sounds and smells of Bangkok, travel north via amazing Ayutthaya and Chiang Mai, before crossing the border into Laos at Houay Xai for a journey by boat through lush farmland and rugged mountains to the riverside village Ban Pak Nguey. Experience mountains and vibrant cultures in Northern Laos and amazing wilderness and wildlife in the South; follow narrow mountain roads to scenic rivers and waterfalls, UNESCO World Heritage sites, friendly remote villages, underground rivers, and caves. Head into Cambodia to explore ancient temples, pagodas and palaces, snack on a fried spider or enjoy a Khmer BBQ. Chill out on the beach sanctuary of Koh Tunsay, visit the infamous Khmer Rouge S21 prison and Killing Fields. Cycle or trek the Bokor National Parks and get to know the locals in a remote village homestay, before returning to Bangkok or traveling onto Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam.

You’ll want to hop off and explore… the beach town of Sihanoukville, the cultural scene in Chiang Mai, and the delicious coffee-producing Bolaven Plateau. Recommended days is 35 for Tuesday departure, 34 for Saturday departure. Please note: The Cambodia Sector of the Mekong is subject to availability. Minimum days is 26 when departing Bangkok on a Tuesday.

Hop on Hop off Pass Highlights

Highlights in Thailand
Ayutthaya: Explore the incredible UNESCO World Heritage temple ruins by bicycle or boat.
Chiang Mai: An adventure seeker’s paradise. Zipline with Flight of the Gibbon, take a cooking class, trek in the jungle, get a massage, do Muay Thai training, and shop at the weekend night market.
Chiang Rai: Home of the elaborate White Temple.

Highlights in Laos
Ban Pak Nguey: Experience village life, attend a Baci (welcoming) ceremony and stay in a remote village homestay on the banks of the Mekong River.
Luang Prabang: UNESCO World Heritage City and the cultural gem of Southeast Asia. Swim in the spectacular Kuang Si Waterfall; bathe with elephants in the Khan River, visit a bear sanctuary, and get hands and learn how to cultivate and harvest rice from a rice farmer.
Vang Vieng: Stunning karst rock formations and plenty of outdoor activities other than tubing. Enjoy the vibrant nightlife or get away from it all in a river view bungalow.
Vientiane: Visit the COPE Centre where you’ll learn about the ongoing effects of the Vietnam War.
Kong Lor Cave: Zip through the 7 km cave in a boat through to the other side of the mountain! Considered a highlight of Laos, it’s not easy to get here on your own.
Xe Champhone: Stay in a remote southern village homestay in the sacred ‘Monkey Forest’.
Bolaven Plateau: Love coffee? You’ll visit a Lao coffee plantation and learn all about coffee.
Don Det: Relax in a hammock on the Mekong in the 4000 Islands. Spot rare Irrawaddy Dolphins.

Highlights in Cambodia
Phnom Penh: Learn about Cambodia’s history at the S21 Prison and Killing Fields and explore the Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda.
Koh Tunsay: Relax on the pristine beaches, and enjoy fresh seafood in this island hideaway.
Kampot: Cycle the countryside past the famous pepper and salt farms, eat delicious seafood and trek through the Bokor National Park.
Kompong Chhnang: Explore the bustling market and floating villages.
Battambang: Experience local family and community life in a remote village homestay, with its seasonal farming, fishing, temple gatherings, and festivals.
Siem Reap: Explore Angkor, the UNESCO World Heritage Site – an impressive, never ending complex of temples and ruins.
Tonle Sap Lake: recognized; the largest fresh water lake in Southeast Asia.
Phnom Kulen National Park: Visit the most sacred mountain in Cambodia, trek through the jungle to see riverbed rock carvings, swim at the base of a 20 metre waterfall.

Start Anywhere! This pass is a loop, so you are able to begin anywhere along the route (not only Bangkok), and finish where you started. Just let us know upon booking.

Mekong Pass
Tour itinerary - 23 Days

  • Travel Day Bangkok
    Welcome to Stray! Your adventure kicks off in the buzzing Asian metropolis of Bangkok, Thailand. If you arrive early in the day, feel free to check out the vibrant markets and ancient temples that make up only a small side of this multifaceted city. Be at our Stray Shop at 3pm to meet your Tour Leader and your new travel mates for a Welcome Meeting introduction. We’ll cover how Stray works and answer any questions you have before heading to the train station to board the overnight train to Chiang Mai. The overnight sleeper train is an experience within itself for those who have never been on one before, complete with lie flat beds and a restaurant carriage. It’s the most fun way to travel to Chiang Mai and get to know your new travel mates! Free Inclusions: Welcome Meeting with Stray Tour Leader and group, overnight sleeper train to Chiang Mai
  • Travel Day Arrival in Chiang Mai
    Meet your Stray Tour Leader back at the Stray Bangkok Shop in the morning to depart for the UNESCO World Heritage site of Ayutthaya. We arrive mid-morning, allowing you plenty of time to explore the ‘Venice of the East’ by bike or boat. Ayutthaya is the former capital of the Siamese empire and was once a grandiose city, but many of the ancient monuments were ruined when it was attacked by an invading army. Nevertheless, it is still a fascinating historical park that offers a glimpse of bygone splendor. This afternoon we board our overnight train and head for the city of Chiang Mai.
    Free Inclusions: Overnight train or bus (price included), temple entry in Ayutthaya
    Optional Paid Activities: Bike or boat trip around Ayutthaya Temples.
  • Free Day Chiang Mai
    Today is free for you to explore this historically rich city or partake in one of the many adventure activities on offer. If you’re looking for a bit of adrenaline we recommend Thailand’s most popular activity, the Flight of the Gibbon. This is an amazing tree-top adventure where you’ll swing like a monkey (or gibbon) and zip, fly, climb and crawl your way through an amazing jungle playground on the longest zip-line in Southeast Asia. This evening you can enjoy dinner at one of the many great restaurants then browse the night market, take in a ladyboy show or the Muay Thai boxing or head out for a few drinks with friends.
    Accommodation: Guesthouse located near the historic old quarter
    Optional Paid Activities: Thai cooking course, bike tour, Flight of the Gibbon, trekking, kayaking, mountain biking.
  • Travel Day Chiang Mai to Houay Xai
    This morning we depart Chiang Mai to head for the Thailand-Laos border. We’ll make a stop near Chiang Rai to check out the famous and intriguing White Temple (Wat Rong Khun). Wat Rong is a unique modern Buddhist temple that features some curious statues and murals that include images from Star Wars and The Matrix, Freddie Kruger’s head hanging in the trees and a giant Predator emerging from the garden. We stop here long enough to grab a snack, stretch our legs and take a few photos before we continue on to cross the border into Laos. Once in Laos we take a short tuk-tuk ride into the chilled out town of Houay Xai, our stop for the night.
    Accommodation: Guesthouse with views across the Mekong River
    Free Inclusions: White Temple (Wat Rong Khun) visit
    Optional Paid Activities: Visit an ethnic lantern village near Chiang Rai, access the Gibbon Experience from Houay Xai (must hop off for these activities).
  • Travel Day Houay Xai to Mekong River Homestay
    Leaving Houay Xai you’ll board our private slow boat to cruise down the Mekong River to the secluded village that will host you for an overnight homestay experience. Sit back and soak up this incredible journey as you wind your way through lush farmland, thriving jungle and rugged mountain scenery, drifting past water buffalo, locals fishing, and kids splashing in the shallows. We arrive in the village in the late afternoon. Here you will get a taste of traditional Lao village life by staying with a family in their home. Experience a special Baci (welcoming) Ceremony, play a game of football with the kids, explore the local temple, go fishing and don’t forget to try the local whiskey. This is a true highlight of any trip to Southeast Asia and exclusive to Stray! Accommodation: Village stay includes accommodation in an indigenous family home, traditional Baci Ceremony, dinner, breakfast, local activities and contribution to the village fund/project
  • Travel Day Mekong River Homestay to Luang Prabang
    We wave goodbye to the village and jump back aboard our private boat to head downriver to the famous limestone Pak Ou Caves. Pak Ou is an important pilgrimage site for Lao people, and here you will see thousands of Buddhist images that have been placed throughout the caves over hundreds of years. Back on board our boat a short trip takes us to the UNESCO World Heritage town, Luang Prabang. Luang Prabang has an old world feel that gives you the sense you’ve stepped back in time into a picturesque postcard setting. The fusion of French Colonial architecture with traditional Lao design set against a backdrop of misty mountains and lush green jungle makes this a truly majestic place. Accommodation: Guesthouse with fan or AC private rooms close to night market Free Inclusions: Pak Ou Caves entrance
  • Free Day Luang Prabang
    Today is free for you to enjoy all this UNESCO World Heritage town has to offer. Luang Prabang is home to the National Palace Museum, Wat Xieng Thong (the oldest monastery in town) and plenty of other ancient Buddhist temples and sacred sites to explore. Many people take a trip to the famous Kuang Si waterfalls, where the bright turquoise spring waters looks like it’s been Photoshopped, or you can get hands on by becoming an organic rice farmer for the day on the unforgettable Rice Experience. Alternatively, you can spend the day cycling or trekking to rural villages, take a cooking class or head to the night market for a hassle-free bargaining experience.
    Accommodation: Guesthouse with fan or AC private rooms close to night market
    Optional Paid Activities: Kuang Si Waterfall + bear sanctuary, Rice Experience, cycling, trekking, traditional cooking class, kayak the river.
  • Travel Day Luang Prabang to Vang Vieng
    It’s an early start as we head south through mountainous terrain on one of the most scenic journeys you’ll experience on the Laos travel route. Travel past hill-tribe villages, vast green valleys and rolling hills; we’ll make a special stop at the ‘loo with a view’. Our journey today takes us to the little riverside town Vang Vieng, formerly known as the best place to take tubing trips down the Nam Song River to visit riverside bars and indulge in cheap booze. These days you can still go tubing, but now you get to enjoy the beauty of Vang Vieng's landscape without the sound of pounding bass in the background. Upon arrival into Vang Vieng start partying or kick back and watch re-runs of old TV shows playing at the bars around town.
    Accommodation: Family run guesthouse in the centre of the action
    Optional Paid Activities: River tubing, cycling, kayaking, rock climbing, caving, visit the Blue Lagoon.
  • Travel Day Vang Vieng
    With its stunning natural scenery, Vang Vieng offers ample outdoor activities to choose from. We recommend hiring a bike to explore the town and visiting the Blue Lagoon, one of the best natural swimming holes in Laos. There are also great rock climbing and kayaking options. The fun doesn’t stop after an adventure filled day either! This evening check out one of several international restaurants for a taste of home or head to one of the bars to really get the party started. Accommodation: Family run guesthouse in the centre of the action Optional Paid Activities: River tubing, cycling, kayaking, rock climbing, caving, visit the Blue Lagoon.
  • Travel Day Vang Vieng to Vientiane
    Today we cruise through to the capital of Laos. On arrival in Vientiane your Tour Leader will point out the city’s main attractions including Putaxai, Pha That Luang, That Dam, the Presidential Palace, and the COPE centre – a non-profit organisation that educates visitors and raises awareness for victims of UXO (Unexploded Ordinance) and the Secret War. After check-in at our centrally located accommodation, you are free to explore the city, get a massage, go shopping or people watch at one of the local restaurants by the river. Accommodation: Hotel with modern facilities including WIFI Free Inclusions: City highlights of Vientiane with your Tour Leader, COPE centre
  • Travel Day Vientiane to Kong Lor
    An early escape this morning takes us away from the crowds and south to Kong Lor in the Phu Hin Bun National Park. About an hour into the journey we visit Wat Prabat Phonsone, the ‘Buddha’s Footprint,’ a popular and important pilgrimage site for local communities. Arriving in remote Kong Lor with the afternoon sun, you’ll feel a sense of peace as you drive through the sleepy rural villages lined with crop fields and rice paddies and surrounded by stunning limestone karst mountains. Relax after the drive by popping down to the river for an afternoon swim, swinging in a hammock at your accommodation or sampling a delicious Lao meal at one of the little restaurants in the village. Accommodation: Comfortable garden view bungalows with spectacular views and a short drive from the cave Free Inclusions: Wat Prabat Phonsone
  • Free Day Kong Lor
    Take advantage of your free day with the chance to explore the underground river that winds its way through a mountain! The must do activity here is a guided boat trip that will take you deep into the abyss of the stunning 7km long Kong Lor Cave. Discover impressive columns, stalagmites and stalactites illuminated and protruding from the limestone rock as you travel by motorboat through this colossal cave system. This area is also a photographer’s paradise and a great place to get out and go trekking or just kick back to soak up the views over a cold Beer Lao. Accommodation: Comfortable garden view bungalows with spectacular views and a short drive from the cave Optional Paid Activities: Guided Kong Lor Cave boat trip
  • Travel Day Kong Lor to Savannakhet
    We’ll break up the drive today by stopping in the small town of Thakhek, where there’s time to grab some lunch before we continue south. Before arriving in Savannakhet, we’ll stop to visit the Buddhist holy site Wat Ing Hang, reportedly built in the 16th century to honour Buddha’s visit to the area and housing one of Buddha’s bones. Set on the Mekong River as a border town with neighbouring Thailand, Savannakhet historically served as a key transit and trading post and is now the largest town in Southern Laos. The best things to do are wander along the waterfront and check out the fossil collection at the odd but intriguing Dinosaur Museum, then settle in a nice riverside restaurant for dinner. Accommodation: Comfortable hotel Free Inclusions: Wat Ing Hang Temple
  • Travel Day Savannakhet to Pakse
    Driving south this morning we head first for Pakse, then carry on to explore the refreshingly cool climate of the Bolaven Plateau. The Plateau features a lush green landscape, fertile coffee and tea plantations, and many spectacular waterfalls, including the stunning Tad Ngeuang Waterfall where you can go for a swim. Pakse sits where the mighty Mekong River and Se Don River meet, so take advantage of the many restaurants along the riverfront for a meal served up with unbeatable river views. Accommodation: Guesthouse with fan or air-conditioned rooms in the centre of town Free Inclusions: Bolaven Plateau, Tad Ngeuang Waterfall entry
  • Travel Day Pakse to Don Det (4000 Islands)
    From Pakse, we’ll carry on south to the backpacker mecca of Si Phan Don, otherwise known as the 4000 Islands. Here you can experience the laidback lifestyle and impressive natural beauty of Laos’s landlocked islands. The island of Don Det serves as a great base to hire a kayak or tube for floating down the river, taking a boat trip to spot rare Irrawaddy dolphins, cycling across to the neighbouring Don Khone Island to discover the remnants of the only steam engine railway in Laos, and marvelling at the thunderous Li Phi waterfall. Accommodation: Rustic style guesthouse Optional Paid Activities: Bicycle or tube hire, boat trip to spot Irrawaddy dolphins, fishing.
  • Travel Day Don Det to Siem Reap (Express Day)
    Say goodbye to Laos – it’s an early start for the journey into Cambodia. A short drive will bring you to the Don Kralor Border where you will complete the immigration process and continue into Cambodia. Today your destination is the small, but vibrant city of Siem Reap, best known as home to the UNESCO World Heritage listed Angkor Temple complex. Arriving in Siem Reap in the late evening there will be time to freshen up before dinner and drinks with your group along the iconic Pub Street. Accommodation: Hostel with dorm beds
  • Travel day Siem Reap – Day 1
    After your first night on Pub Street, you’ll probably enjoy a free day to sleep in and relax at your accommodation. If you’re up for it, get out and explore more of the downtown area, which tends to be a bit quieter during the day when most visitors are out at the temple complex. You’ll find the heart of the city fairly easy to navigate by foot or bicycle. Finish the day by sampling traditional Khmer food and visiting the Angkor Night Market that’s open every night. Accommodation: Hostel with dorm beds Optional Paid Activities: Angkor Night Market
  • Travel Day Siem Reap to Battambang (Homestay)
    Today you depart Siem Reap early enough to arrive in Battambang for a late lunch. After lunch, we’ll
    visit a whiskey making village and learn about the local tipple, before checking out a village where
    they make a staple (but smelly) ingredient in most Khmer and Southeast Asian cuisine - fish sauce!
    Tonight, we’ll stay in another little village, outside of Battambang, located in the picturesque
    countryside. You’ll stay in a Cambodian family’s home, experiencing rural community life. You can
    wander through the village and nearby rice paddies and finish the day by enjoying a delicious
    traditional meal with your host family. Accommodation: Village stay includes accommodation in a
    Cambodian family’s home, local activities, dinner, breakfast, and contribution to the village
    fund/project Free Inclusions: Whiskey making village, Paa Hok (fish sauce) making village
  • Travel Day Battambang to Siem Reap
    After waving goodbye to your hosts we’ll head into the city of Battambang. Despite being the second largest city in Cambodia, Battambang manages to avoid an overly touristy vibe, allowing you to experience a more local side of urban Cambodian life. Wander through the central market alongside the river and grab a coffee at one of the cafes. On the way back to Siem Reap we’ll stop to take a ride on the Bamboo Train, a rail system that was built by the French and destroyed by the Khmer Rouge, but is still used by the locals as a simple form of transport. Tonight is up to you, but we recommend finishing the day with the unforgettably unique Phare Circus, a locally run non-profit troupe that provides disadvantaged young people from the community with a place to learn the skills needed to earn their livings as professional performing artists. Accommodation: Hostel with dorm beds Free Inclusions: Bamboo Train ride Optional Paid Activities: Phare Circus
  • Free Day Siem Reap – Day 2
    You get a second full free day in Siem Reap because you simply cannot visit without seeing the highly recommended UNESCO World Heritage Angkor temples. Ranked at the top of many ultimate travel bucket lists (including Lonely Planet’s), the awe-inspiring ancient city of Angkor is the largest temple complex in the world. You can easily spend a full day at the site and still only see a small portion of this dramatic architectural wonder, but to hit the biggest highlights and embrace your inner Tomb Raider, make sure you check out the famous Angkor Wat and Ta Prohm. Accommodation: Hostel with dorm beds Optional Paid Activities: Cycle or take a guided tour of the Angkor temple complex
  • Travel Day Siem Reap to Phnom Penh
    Next up, we head for the bustling Cambodian capital Phnom Penh. With an edgy blend of harrowing history and modern development, Phnom Penh is incredibly important place for a number of political, economic and cultural reasons. You’re free this afternoon to get your first taste of this energizing capital city. Set out to explore the Royal Palace, Silver Pagoda and Wat Phnom, take a river cruise, shop for souvenirs at the huge Russian Market or see a living art performance at the National Museum. Accommodation: Guesthouse near the main tourist area Optional Paid Activities: Learn a Cambodian art at Backstreet Academy, half day cycling trip, river boat cruise, city tour, Royal Palace & Silver Pagoda tour, Russian Market, National Museum
  • Travel Day Phnom Penh to Kampot
    Today, Cambodia’s history is bought to life with a tour of two of the most infamous attractions: the Khmer Rouge’s Killing Fields and the Tuol Sleng S21 Prison. While it is a very sobering experience to learn more about the country’s harsh recent history and the atrocities of the Khmer Rouge, these are among the most recommended things to do in Phnom Penh. Afterwards, an afternoon drive brings us to the little riverside town of Kampot, where there is an option to take a leisurely boat cruise on the Kampot River. You’ll be encouraged to sit back and reflect on your day with a refreshing cool beverage and absorb the spectacular views of Bokor National Park and Elephant Mountain as the sun sets over the calm waters. Accommodation: Guesthouse with dorm beds or private rooms Free Inclusions: S21 Prison and Killing Fields entrance and tour Optional Paid Activities: Sunset river cruise
  • Free Day Kampot
    You have a full free day to explore quaint Kampot. Visit the fascinating salt and pepper farms, go cycling or trek in the Bokor National Park or take a day trip to nearby Koh Tunsay (Rabbit Island) for some beach time. Tonight, we recommend sampling the exceptional regional seafood dishes at one of the many restaurants on the riverfront –the fried shrimp with green pepper corns is an absolute must try! Accommodation: Guesthouse with dorm beds or private rooms Optional Paid Activities: Tour of the pepper & salt farms, bicycle hire, day trip to Koh Tunsay
  • Travel Day Kampot to Phnom Penh
    After a relaxing morning in Kampot, we return to Phnom Penh, where you’ll have the evening free. For something different, why not join the locals at dusk for an aerobic workout along the riverfront. Here you’ll find local ladies garbed in Western-style pyjamas, getting their groove on to Khmer techno music in order to burn a few calories. It may not be your most coordinated moment but will be good for a giggle (even if you’re just laughing at yourself)! Accommodation: Guesthouse near the main tourist area Optional Paid Activities: Learn a Cambodian art at Backstreet Academy, half day cycling trip, river boat cruise, city tour, Royal Palace & Silver Pagoda tour, Russian Market, National Museum
  • Travel Day Phnom Penh to Siem Reap
    This morning we leave lively Phnom Penh and make an express return with your Tour Leader to Siem Reap on a public bus. After you arrive in the afternoon, make the most of your final evening in Siem Reap by shopping for souvenirs at the market or having one last memorable night out on Pub Street. Accommodation: Hostel with dorm beds
  • Travel Day Siem Reap to Bangkok (Express Day)
    It’s time to say good-bye to Cambodia – the trip from Siem Reap to Bangkok is an unguided public bus connection which your Tour Leader will organise for you. To return to Bangkok you will be driven to the border town of Poipet to process through Thai immigration before the last drive on to Bangkok. Expect to arrive at the bus station in the evening. We hope you had a blast on your Stray adventure!
  • Travel Day Siem Reap to Bangkok (Express Day)
    It’s time to say good-bye to Cambodia – the trip from Siem Reap to Bangkok is an unguided public bus connection which your Tour Leader will organize for you. To return to Bangkok you will be driven to the border town of Poipet to process through Thai immigration before the last drive on to Bangkok. Expect to arrive at the bus station in the evening. We hope you had a blast on your Stray adventure!
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Start and end in Bangkok! With the hop on/off tour Mekong Pass (Thailand, Laos, Cambodia), you have a 26 day tour package taking you through Bangkok, Thailand and 16 other destinations in Asia. Mekong Pass (Thailand, Laos, Cambodia) includes an expert guide, transport.

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Tour code: MEKONG
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  $2020
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  $2313
Hop On Hop Off Pass. For travel from 1 April 2020 to 31 March 2021

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Departs: Tuesdays and Saturdays from Bangkok, Thailand
Starts: Bangkok
Finishes: Bangkok

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Bangkok


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Important Notes

Things you need to know about this tour
  • Non-Travel Days vary depending on departure chosen
  • All departures have 2 nights in Chiang Mai
  • VISA ON ARRIVAL - Eligibility for every nationality is different, so we recommend you to check before you depart! You'll need between US$ 30 and US$ 45 in cash, plus a passport-sized photo for the immigration officials on entry.

    FOOD - Western food is sparse outside the main centers so be open-minded about eating local fare. Vegetarian meal options may be limited but there is always rice, noodles, and soups, and excellent fruit and vegetables are plentiful at the local markets.

    TRAVEL INSURANCE - Adequate valid insurance is compulsory to travel on Stray, and it is not included in the price of your pass.

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