Siem Reap to Saigon Cruise
Siem Reap to Saigon Cruise
Siem Reap to Saigon Cruise
Tour Summary

Amaco is excited to present the ‘Mekong Odyssey – Siem Reap to Saigon‘ Small Group Tour and Conference – taking place from 18 – 29 September 2024. 

Embark on a captivating journey as we begin the journey with 3 nights in Siem Reap – taking in the wonders of the Khmer’s majestic temples.

Prepare to be awestruck as you explore the magnificent Angkor Wat, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most iconic temple complexes in the world.

Wander through the ancient ruins of Ta Prohm, where ancient trees interweave with stone structures, creating a mystical ambiance that seems frozen in time.

Marvel at the intricate carvings of Banteay Srei, often referred to as the “Citadel of Women,” showcasing the pinnacle of classical Khmer art.

You’ll then bid farewell to the iconic sights of Angkor and travel to the shores of Tonle Sap Lake where a local vessel will bring you to your luxurious home for the next part of your journey.

Step on board the just refurbished Jayavarman – our elegant river vessel and prepare for a 7-night voyage filled with indulgence, tranquillity, and breathtaking scenery along the Mekong River.

The mighty Mekong flows through six countries in Asia. Giving love and life to millions, it received its fame from the legendary God King of ancient Cambodia, King Jayavarman VII, who linked hands with the waters of the Mekong to build the magnificent Angkor civilization.

During your cruise, you’ll be transported back in time to another era, where the rhythms of the countryside move at a slower pace and allow for a fascinating glimpse into a traditional way of life.

Visit rural villages, colourful markets, and a monastery, where you will receive a special Buddhist blessing from monks. Witness skilled artisans create exquisite handicrafts and delicacies, and be treated to authentic experiences, including rides via oxcart, tut tut, and trishaw.

Why Travel With Amaco Small Group Tours?

  • All Inclusive Travel Packages
  • Small Groups
  • Hand-picked Tours & Activities
  • 25+ Years Experience

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This is much more than a river cruise… it’s a transformative journey where the Mekong slowly reveals a vibrant world along its shores.

Start each day with an optional Tai Chi class, Asia’s ancient form of physical and mental exercise. It is the perfect start to the day before sitting down to a relaxing breakfast and the day’s activities begin.

You’ll visit Phnom Penh where you’ll see the architectural splendour of the Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda, where Khmer craftsmanship is beautifully showcased. In contrast, you’ll pay your respects at the harrowing Killing Fields, a poignant reminder of Cambodia’s tragic history.

Your river voyage concludes in Ho Chi Minh City, formerly known as Saigon, where the old meets the new in a harmonious fusion of French colonial architecture and modern skyscrapers.

Explore the bustling streets, savour the delectable Vietnamese cuisine, and dive into the city’s vibrant culture on your final evening.

As with all Amaco conferences, we have integrated the educational program into the daily itinerary ensuring that conference participants don’t miss a thing.

The ‘Mekong Odyssey – Siem Reap to Saigon’ itinerary offers participants exceptional value for money.

The all-inclusive nature of our conference travel packages means that not only is the cost of the best available accommodation already covered but so too are all the entrance fees and touring costs. We also incorporate many specially arranged activities not available to the general public.

The Conference Travel package includes all breakfasts, lunches, and dinners with us taking great care to ensure those with special dietary requirements are well looked after. It even includes all beverages during meals.

We certainly hope you can join us as we travel through Cambodia and Vietnam in September 2024.

Register today or risk missing out!


Siem Reap & Lower Mekong


12 Days / 11 Nights

Value For Money

All Inclusive Tour Package

Booking Info

Start Date & Time

18 September 2024 @ 6:30pm

End Date & Time

29 September 2024 @ 9:00am

Start & End Location

Starts: Siem Reap, Cambodia

Ends: Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Vietnam

Registration Fees

Conference Participant: $995 pp
Non-Conference Participant: $795 pp

Travel Packages

Amaco Family Price: $9,995 pp
(For previous Amaco Conference Participants)

Early Bird Price Price: $10,995 pp
(If booked on or before 18 May 2024)

Standard Price: $11,995 pp
(If booked on or after 19 May 2024)

Single Supplement (if traveling alone): $1,995

Cruise Upgrade Options

Upgrade from Superior Stateroom to Deluxe Stateroom: $1,495 per room (Max 11 available)

Upgrade from Superior to Signature Suite: $2,995 per room (Max 2 available)

Important Information

Please note that the Jayavarman vessel we will be cruising on does not have lifts and all guests need to be able to comfortably climb up and down stairs unassisted. Similarly, many of the tours and activities included on this itinerary involve walking varying distances over uneven ground with little or no support easily available. By electing to register for this Small Group Tour and Conference, you attest to the fact that you are physically capable of participating unassisted. 

  • 3 nights at Anantara Ankgor Resort & Spa
  • 7 nights on board the Jayavarman Luxury River Vessel
  • 1 night at Hotel Des Arts Saigon
  • 11 x Breakfasts, 10 x Lunches, 11 x Dinners
  • Sunrise and Morning Beyond Angkor Tour (19 Sep 2024)
  • Jeep Tour to San-day Village Tour (20 Sep 2024)
  • Transfer to Tonle Lake (21 Sep 2024)
  • Kampong Chhnang Village Tour (22 Sep 2024)
  • Blessing Ceremony (22 Sep 2024)
  • Green School Visit (22 Sep 2024)
  • Chiro Music & Dance Performance (23 Sep 2024)
  • Wat Hanchey Temple Tour (23 Sep 2024)
  • Koh Oknha Tey Island Visit (23 Sep 2024)
  • Phnom Penh City Tour (24 Sep 2024)
  • Royal University of Phnom Penh Guest Lecture (25 Sep 2024)
  • Tan Chau Xeloi Tour (26 Sep 2024)
  • My An Hung Tea Tasting (26 Sep 2024)
  • Binh Thanh Island Tour (27 Sep 2024)
  • Cai Be Town Visit (27 Sep 2024)
  • Transfer My Thao to Saigon (28 Sep 2024)
  • Saigon City Tour (28 Sep 2024)
  • All Port Fees & Taxes

Amaco Gold Standard Inclusions

  • Services of specialist, experienced and professional guides & drivers
  • Tips to guides, drivers, restaurant and hotel staff and wherever deemed appropriate
  • Airport Transfers for Group Arrivals and Departures
  • All applicable entrance fees, taxes, and hotel porterage charges
  • Beverage With All Included Lunches and Dinners (Alcoholic Beverages Where Permitted)
  • Hassle free luggage management
  • Amaco Staff Escort


  • Airfares to and from the conference
  • Items of a personal nature such as telephone calls, mini bar, room service, laundry and business communications
  • Beverages outside of meal times
  • Travel, optional tours & excursions not included in the itinerary
  • Travel Insurance
  • Cambodian and Vietnamese Visitors visas

Day 1 - Wednesday 18 September 2024Welcome to Siem Reap

On arrival at Siem Reap International Airport, you will be met by our local representative and transferred to our group hotel.

Following check-in at the hotel, you are free to relax in your room or begin enjoying the area surrounding the hotel.

In the evening you will enjoy a Welcome Networking Dinner. It’s a great opportunity to meet your fellow participants and your Amaco host and begin creating new friendships and renewing old ones.

Overnight: Anantara Angkor Resort & Spa

Included Meals: Welcome Networking Dinner

Day 2 - Thursday 19 September 2024The Ruins of Angkor

An early departure this morning for a pre-dawn drive through the forests towards Angkor Wat’s East Gate for a stunning introduction to the Temples of Angkor. Led by torchlight, you’ll walk in the dark through the secluded East Gate to Angkor Wat itself.

After a majestic sunrise continue by road to Sra Srang, to an exquisite traditional Khmer Wooden House for a full deluxe Khmer breakfast with fresh coffee and juice.

After breakfast, you’ll visit the monumental magnificence of Angkor Thom – the last capital of the Khmers.

After passing through the South Gate, you will travel down a long shady road to the stunning Bayon Temple. A 12th-century masterpiece that lies at the very centre of Angkor Thom and which is an archaeological wonder of symmetry and grandeur.

Continue to Ta Prohm, the ‘Jungle Temple’ that has been left largely in its natural state since its ‘re-discovery’ by French explorers. Surrounded by jungle, its labyrinth of stone hallways is overgrown with the roots and limbs of massive banyan trees, which envelop the stone like tentacles.

You’ll return after lunch for Conference Sessions 1 & 2.

Dinner this evening is at the iconic Foreign Correspondent’s Club.

Overnight: Anantara Angkor Resort & Spa

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner 

Day 3 - Friday 20 September 2024Khmer Village Life

This morning depart by army Jeep and travel through the thriving countryside, past rice paddy fields and local villages.

You’ll stop at a local villager’s house to see how to make Khmer noodles in a traditional way! Changing your mode of transport to an ox cart, you’ll then ride through rice paddies and observe local living life.

Enjoy a traditional Khmer lunch at Bongthom Homestay a unique community-based tourism site that brilliantly captures the essence of village life in the heartland of Cambodia.

You’ll return to the hotel with the remainder of the afternoon at your leisure.

Dinner this evening will be at a local restaurant.

Overnight: Anantara Angkor Resort & Spa

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner 

Day 4 - Saturday 21 September 2024The Voyage Begins – Tonle Sap Lake

After breakfast this morning you’ll be transferred to Tonle Sap Lake where you will board a local boat – your luxurious home for the next week. You’ll check into your stateroom as lunch is prepared.

As you have lunch you’ll glide over Tonle Sap Lake and cruise toward the mouth of the Mekong River.

Before dinner, our expert guide will hold a presentation about the geography of the Mekong River and Tonle Lake along with the unique attributes of the area.

If you are in the mood for some evening entertainment, there is a cinema in the lounge showcasing classic movies and interesting documentaries on a nightly basis.

Overnight: Jayavarman Stateroom

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner 

Day 5 - Sunday 22 September 2024Cambodia’s Water World – Kampong Chhnang

Wake up early to witness the spectacular scenery at the break of dawn. To make the experience complete, join the daily morning Tai Chi class.

Take a local boat to the shore to reach a nearby rural village. You’ll explore the village on foot as your guide reveals the village’s specialties – Khmer-style pottery and the process of making palm sugar from the Cambodian “skor t’not” palm tree.

Kampong Chhnang, also called Cambodia’s “water world” is quite unique where everything is balanced on sticks in water-rich soil. It is perhaps the most fascinating cruising spot in Cambodia.

By afternoon you’ll reach Kampong Tralach, where laughing children wave enthusiastically at our arrival. This is remote traditional Cambodian countryside, seldom visited by tourists and you’ll receive an amazing welcome.

Overnight: Jayavarman Stateroom

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner 

Day 6 - Monday 23 September 2024Pre Angkor Temples & Silk Island

Today, leave the ship for the enchanting pre-Angkorian temple of Wat Hanchey (7th century).

Formerly built to honour the Hindu god, Hirahara, the complex is now a Buddhist temple, a testament to the country’s past and present religious beliefs. This small complex sits on a hilltop with breathtaking views over the Mekong.

Many young, novice monks live on the compound of Wat Hanchey, and you’ll have the chance to observe some of their daily lives: eating simple meals, praying, studying, or hanging out and making conversation while in their saffron-coloured robes.

After lunch back on board arrive at the island of Koh Oknha Tey. This spot in the middle of the Mekong owes its fame to manufacturing high-class silk products. You’ll go sightseeing along the island’s roads via tuk tuk before arriving at the village’s workshops and witnessing the curious process of making silk, starting from a tiny silkworm larva to a cocoon, then dyeing, spinning, and weaving the fibres into high-quality Cambodian silk.

Conference Session 3 takes place this afternoon as the cruise makes its way to Phnom Penh.

 Overnight: Jayavarman Stateroom

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner 

Day 7 - Tuesday 24 September 2024Phnom Penh

Welcome to Phnom Penh – the city once named Paris of the East.

Despite its rapid development, it has retained its rustic charm and elegance. It is an amazing town with centuries of incredible history and culture which can still be felt at many street corners.

You’ll visit the Killing Fields outside the city and continue to the infamous prison “S21”. Both historic sites display a sad chapter of the country’s history when the Khmer Rouge ruled Cambodia with terror and oppression. A sobering experience that still bears the scars of this horrific time back in the early 70’s.

You’ll have lunch at a well-renowned restaurant in town and experience the elegant air Phnom Penh’s top addresses are known for.

The exploration of Phnom Penh continues with the cultural highlights of the city’s heritage. The golden edifice of the Royal Palace with its Silver Pagoda and the exceptional Khmer crafts at the National Museum are top of the list of the city’s must-sees. The day trip ends with a “cyclo” ride along the bustling streets of downtown Phnom Penh and back to the ship.

Enjoy dinner this evening back on board and marvel at the skyline of Phnom Penh and the calming flow of the Mekong River.

Overnight: Jayavarman Stateroom

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner 

Day 8 - Wednesday 25 September 2024Heading to the Vietnamese Border

Conference Sessions 4 & 5 take place this morning.

As lectures take place you head southbound towards the Vietnamese border.

Enjoy a leisurely lunch before enjoying a presentation by a local expert, Mr. Jean-Michel, a professor from the Royal University of Phnom Penh. He has studied modern Cambodian history extensively and is more than happy to share his first-hand knowledge and surprising insights.

The remainder of the day is at your leisure. The afternoon is perfect for massages, relaxation on a terrace deck sunbed, or private balcony kickbacks. Conjure up a spell to merge with the river and float into a state of mild bliss.

As you sip drinks and nibble on treats during afternoon tea, we approach the border and finally arrive in Vietnam. From here it is just a short distance to Tan Chau, a pleasant, slow-paced border town with a sizeable Chinese, Kinh, and Khmer community. We moor near the city with views of the riverbanks.

Overnight: Jayavarman Stateroom

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner 

Day 9 - Thursday 26 September 2024The Mekong River Basin

This morning you’ll hop on a ‘xelois’ (a local vehicle that is still used as a taxi in this area) and visit the vibrant town of Tan Chau.

Your personal xelois driver slowly navigates through the streets to observe all the workshops, houses, and shops while feeling the laid-back vibe. You’ll stop at the colourful, local market near one of the town’s temples. You’ll visit Tan Chau’s floating fish farm – the world’s largest inland aquaculture industry. The region’s specialties are tilapia and the Basa catfish, or Pangasius, which is unique to the Mekong River basin and rapidly gaining popularity on international seafood markets.

You’ll be back on board in time for lunch and Conference Session 6.

In the afternoon you’ll get a wonderful insight into the private household of a local family and visit the seasonal vegetable fields to see what they are currently cultivating. You’ll be invited to their house for a Vietnamese tea tasting.

Vietnamese tea is often bitter, so locals sweeten it with honey, a regional delicacy also produced by our hosts. The family then presents a huge variety of fruits growing in the delta, freshly cut from the tree.

Overnight: Jayavarman Stateroom

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner 

Day 10 - Friday 27 September 2024Bin Than Island to My Tho

This morning you’ll arrive at one of the larger islands in the vast stream of the Mekong, Binh Thanh Island. Several communities have settled here and make their living by growing water hyacinths.

Lunch will be served on the ship lunch as you sail towards Cai Be – a charming town that is famous for its Catholic French church and the manufacturing of traditional crafts.

The once enormous floating market of Cai Be gets smaller year by year since traditional trading on the water is continually shifting towards modern markets.

By local boat, sail along the green canal network and watch the farmers working in the fields. A visit ashore to a workshop shows us the manufacturing of rice paste, rice paper, rice cookies, and rice wine. Cai Be’s surrounding areas are covered by palm trees, which is why the region is also famous for the production of coconut candy.

Back on board this evening enjoy the final night on board.

Overnight: Jayavarman Stateroom

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner 

Day 11 - Saturday 28 September 2024Into Saigon

You’ll enjoy your last breakfast onboard before disembarking the ship this morning.

Transfer to the hustle and bustle of Saigon arriving in time to explore the chaotic city and all its charm.

A city of contrasts, from ancient pagodas and ramshackle shops to sleek skyscrapers and gourmet restaurants, seamlessly blending together the old and the new.

You’ll see the highlights including the Reunification Palace, Notre Dame Cathedral, and the Emperor Jade Pagoda.

You’ll check in to your hotel before time to relax and prepare for our Farewell Dinner.

Overnight: Hotel Des Arts Saigon

Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner 

Day 12- Sunday 29 September 2024Farewell

The Conference itinerary ends today. After breakfast check out of the hotel and transfer to the airport for your onward journey.

Included Meals: Breakfast

Travel Options & Extensions

Amaco is not only a member of ATIA (the Australian Travel Industry Association) and CATO (Council of Australian Tour Operators) but we are also ATAS Travel Accredited.

This means we have met strict industry financial, operational, and management standards and criteria. Only the best industry agents achieve this accreditation meaning that you can travel with us knowing that you’re in safe and very capable hands.

With almost 30 years of experience in planning and running conferences and booking international travel, we understand that participants may want to add additional destinations and adventures either before or after the all-inclusive packages we provide.

Other companies might discourage you from doing this. Sometimes, it’s because of the added complexity it creates and at other times they’ll try to talk you out of it simply because they don’t have capable or experienced advisors with the breadth and depth of knowledge our team has. 

We encourage all participants to make the most of the time away. This might mean departing earlier than the rest of the group and visiting other destinations before meeting up with the main group at the conference or staying on at the conclusion and doing some additional travel.

Either way – our advisers are perfectly positioned to assist you with making these arrangements and will do all the hard work for you – seamlessly combining your personalised itinerary with the group program.

Whatever you’re interested in, we will create your bespoke, perfect trip. Get inspired with our example trips and get in touch to plan your own unforgettable tailored adventure.

Amaco Travel

Sample Travel Extensions

Hoi An

Fly into Danang Airport and discover Hoi An.

An ancient riverside town scattered with narrow alleys, traditional houses, and some of Asia’s most skilled tailors – it’s hard to leave Hoi An without a brimming suitcase of custom-made garments. With its pretty architecture and beguiling riverside setting packed into its neat size, Hoi An is small enough to stroll around and soak up its rich wealth of heritage.

Once an important port and trading town, Hoi An is one of Vietnam’s greatest cultural relics and a melting pot of Chinese, Japanese, and French influences. Visit the atmospheric Old Town to see the Japanese Merchant Houses, the famed Japanese bridge, the Chinese temples, old tea warehouses, temples, and traditional pagodas.

Motorised traffic is banned from the town centre which has cemented Hoi An’s status as one of Vietnam’s most prized and pleasant towns. It’s especially romantic in the evening when lanterns light up the paved streets.

We recommend 2 or 3 nights here.


Continue the adventure in Hanoi, a bustling and fascinating place – a whirlwind of colours, smells and sounds and a wonderful place to get a real flavour of life in Vietnam.

It is unmissable in terms of its pretty pagodas, ancient temples, enchanting French colonial quarter and cultural institutions.

Just as fun, however, is darting down its winding lanes and discovering your own favourite hidden corners. The hustle and bustle of Hanoi is contagious, and it is also one of the best places to sample the mouthwatering array of street food that Vietnam is famous for.

This is where the country’s most important centres for arts, literature, folklore and music can be found.

Depending on your interests, we can take you on a discovery of the best foodie spots, delve deep into the country’s history, visit a traditional puppet show or help you uncover the city’s best artisans on a specialised shopping tour.

We recommend a minimum of 3 nights here.

Halong Bay

From Hanoi, it’s a 2-hour drive north to Halong Bay – a UNESCO World Heritage Site famous because of its stunning limestone mountains rising up from emerald waters that were formed over a thousand years ago.

Hop on board a shared or private boat for a 1, 2, or 3-night (and longer) cruise where you will weave your way through the islands. Explore secluded bays, white sandy beaches, and countless floating villages. There are caves to visit, and the pristine waters are perfect for swimming, snorkeling, and kayaking.

There are few experiences as magical as watching the sunrise from the comfort of your cabin, and then watching it sink behind the sparkling water as the day draws to a close.

We have some exquisite vessels we can recommend for 1 or 2-night cruises.

Sapa Valley

For the more adventurous head to the hills and discover the local hill tribes of the H’mong and Dzao people. From Hanoi, it’s a nostalgic overnight train journey or a 4 ½ hour drive through breathtaking rice terraces to the former French hill station and haven of Sapa.

Sitting high in the mountains in northwest Vietnam along the Chinese border, this town looks down to plunging valleys of cascading rice fields – and eye-popping panoramas on a clear day.

Local hill tribes scatter the surrounding scenery’s remote villages and then fill the town with colour when they come to sell their handicrafts and trinkets. Peruse their goods and chat with the H’mong and Dzao people who have lived here for centuries, before heading out on easy treks.

We recommend at least 2 nights here.


Yes… not a problem. We understand that people may have a preferred Travel Agent they want to use and we don’t have any issues with you doing so. We’ll advise you of suggested arrival and departure times to allow you to make use of our group transfers.

That said though… we do have experienced consultants who are ready and waiting to help… even if that means just giving you a comparison price – nothing wrong with some competition.

If you do book your own flights, we do ask for a copy of your full itinerary so that we can double-check it to ensure that it fits with our program and group itinerary.

One word of warning, however, when booking flights independently – as the non-ticketing Agent we’re not notified of any time changes or cancellations to your booking. If anything changes with your booking, it will be up to your agent to contact you and then for you to contact us.

It is also worth pointing out that even though we’ll have experienced staff members escorting the group during the conference, as the non-ticketing Agent we are unable to make contact or deal with the airline on your behalf.


We used to include flights in our travel package but found that in many cases the fares were more expensive than the best available daily fares or were not applicable for people who were looking to extend before or after the main conference travel dates.

We also felt it was unfair on you, as a participant, to unknowingly pay a premium for a more flexible group fare when you are already committed to attending the conference.

By not including the airfare in the package, you are able to work with one of our experienced and knowledgeable Travel Consultants to arrange flights on any airline and from any destination depending on your preferences…. including the class of travel.


In short….. Yes!

You’re encouraged to talk to our experienced travel consultants to learn more about the options open to you either before or after the conference itineraries. We will gladly work with you to put together a personalised itinerary that can include as much or as little as you want.

We believe it is important for your own peace of mind to know that our consultants are all employed directly by Amaco Small Group Tours and are located in our office.

We don’t subcontract out the travel to a third party which means you can be comfortable knowing that whatever arrangements you make through Amaco will be tied together with the conference program to make one continuous, seamless travel itinerary. We’ll put as much care and effort into your extension as we put into the planning of the conference.

Whether it is simply booking some airport transfers with a couple of nights accommodation through to more elaborate arrangements we are perfectly positioned to incorporate any individual travel plans into your overall conference itinerary.

Email or call us so we can put together your perfect itinerary.


Much has been said about the value of travel insurance – especially given the broad-based exclusion policies many underwriters had in place which protected them from claims resulting from pandemics and epidemics.

A lot has changed in the past 12 – 18 months and many of the reputable travel insurance policies available in the market now not only include the usual cover for luggage and emergency medical expenses but also include coverage for COVID.

All members of the Amaco team are trained and authorised to provide information to clients regarding travel insurance. We routinely attend product updates on the various policy options and inclusions and stand ready to assist you in finding the right policy for you.

Please call our office and we will gladly explain the various different scenarios to you in greater depth.


Amaco is an Accredited Education Provider for the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) and the Australian College of Rural & Remote Medicine.

Each conference we run includes an education syllabus that assists GP’s, pharmacists and health professionals to improve the quality of care they provide to patients and customers while at the same time providing them the opportunity to travel to and experience new and exciting destinations.

Our conference will allow delegates the opportunity to earn CPD hours / points based on the content and time in sessions. As has been the case with past conferences, we will work closely with participants affiliated with other associations to ensure that they receive maximum recognition for attending the conference.

The content of the education sessions will be relevant to GPs, Medical Specialists, Pharmacists, Dentists, Nurses, and other health providers. We encourage all attendees to register for the conference sessions.

The Education Committee for the Mekong Odyssey – Siem Reap to Saigon Small Group Tour & Conference will be selected in early 2024 with final conference topics to be chosen based on the feedback from our previous conference attendees and with input from the RACGP, ACRRM, and medical journals. Suitable speakers will be approached based on the topics selected.

Subject to final accreditation, the Mekong Odyssey – Siem Reap to Saigon Small Group Tour & Conference will include up to 14 hours of accredited education. 

ACRRM members can also expect the education program to be accredited and to earn CPD points. RACGP and ACRRM accreditation will be applied for under the triennium 2023 to 2025.

As has been the case in the past, Amaco will work with pharmacy bodies and those affiliated with other associations to ensure that they receive maximum recognition for attending the conference.

We welcome applications from potential presenters and encourage anyone interested to contact us to obtain further information.

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