Vietnam & CambodiaIncludes flights, accommodation, transfers, sightseeing, local guide & meals.
ARRIVE IN HANOI (L)
Upon arrival at Hanoi International airport, you will be welcomed by our tour guide and transfer to your hotel. Start your walking tour at Nha Tho Street, visit Ngoc Son Temple and Hoan Kiem Lake. Stop for a sip of tea or coffee at a local coffee shop. Explore Hanoi by an extensive Cyclo tour around Hoan Kiem Lake and through the lively streets and alleys of the Old Quarter.Hotel Details
HANOI – CITY TOUR (B)
Explore to Hanoi’s oldest place of worship: the thousand year old Tran Quoc Pagoda and Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum. Visit Van Mieu Literature, the first university in Vietnam. Then head to the Ethnology Museum, the most interesting museum in Vietnam which gives an excellent overview of the country’s ethnic groups, their customs, culture and ways of life. The highlight here is the large, beautiful outdoor area featuring genuine houses and compounds as built and used by the many different ethnic groups. Over-Night in Hanoi.Hotel Details
HANOI – HA LONG BAY DAY TOUR (B,L)
Embark on a journey to Ha Long Bay (2 hours by car). Midday arrival in Ha Long city and board a junk boat. Seafood lunch on the bay. Spend the afternoon cruising around Halong Bay’s thousands of limestione islets and caves. Visit a natural grotto with spectacular formations en-route. After 4 hours cruising in Halong Bay, disembark the junk boat and return to Hanoi. Over-Night in Hanoi.Hotel Details
HANOI – FLY TO HUE
Breakfast included. Free day at your leisure. Hotel check out is from 12 pm. Transfer to the airport for your short flight to HueHotel Details
HUE CITY TOUR – DA NANG – HOI AN (L)
Visiting the Thien Mu Pagoda, one of the main institution for Buddhism in Vietnam and Dong Ba Market, one of the oldest places in Hue where you can find a wide variety of household items, clothing, handicrafts, and souvernirs. Explore the Imperial City, known as the Citadel, with your guide- which was actually a walled fortress and palace belonged to the ancient city of Hue which was a capital city of the Nguyen Dynasty for 140 years back from 1805 until 1945. Take a journey passing the rice fields and local houses to Thủy Biều Village, an ancient village located along the upstream bank of Perfume River, explore the local life and ancient wooden houses built more than 100 years ago and immerse in the peaceful countryside. Thuy Bieu village is famous for “thanh tra” fruit, one kind of Vietnamese pomeloes which used to be offered to the Royal Family. Transfer from Hue to Hoi An (2.5 to 3 hours by car). Travel over the Hai Van Pass, which on a clear day has spectacular views out to the East Sea and the Lang Co peninsula. Night in Hoi An.Hotel Details
HOI AN CITY TOUR (B,L)
Explore the ancient town and learn all about Hoi An’s illustrious past as a trading port. Take a walk through town and seeing remarkably well-preserved traditional houses that have withstood 200 years of weather and war. You will hear stories about the prosperous merchants who used to live in these homes, some proudly recounted by their own children and grandchildren. Visit a Chinese Assembly halls, Hoi An has been home to large numbers of Chinese who came here from all over China. These immigrants built community centres in Hoi An where they could meet and worship their ancestors. Make a stop at the Japanese Covered Bridge, one of two such bridges in Vietnam. The bridge was built more than 400 years ago to connect the Japanese community with the Chinese who lived on the other side of the water. You will find carvings and paintings rich with symbolism and cultural significance inside the bridge. Visit a handicraft workshop and Hoi An Traditional Art Perform House. Then, escape from Hoi An’s bustling town center and transfer to visit a farm in Tra Que Village, explore its garden of vegetables and the variety of local produce. Learn the secrets behind some of Hoi An’s most famous traditional dishes using fresh ingredient from the garden, including the famous banh xeo – Vietnam’s delicious version of the pancake. Lunch in Tra Que Village. In the afternoon, visit Cam Thanh fishing village, your exploration of the water coconut palm forest will begin in a quirky laced-bamboo basket boat (2 people/one boat). Night in Hoi An.Hotel Details
HOI AN – FREE DAY (B)
Breakfast included Free day at your leisure. Suggestion: You might like to relax and watch Mother Nature put on her nightly display as the sun drops into the ocean on An Bang Beach or take a walk around the town and admire the colourful lanterns – trademark of Hoi An in the evening. The Chef and Faifo Cafe are the two coffee shops offered a lovely view of Hoi An. Night in Hoi An.Hotel Details
HOI AN – DA NANG – FLY TO SIEM REAP (B)
Breakfast included Free day at your leisure. Hotel check out at 12 pm. At 2 pm, transfer to the airport for your short flight to Siem Reap. Upon arrival, you will be welcomed by our tour guide and hotel check-in. Night in Siem Reap.Hotel Details
SIEM REAP – ANGKOR THOM – ANGKOR WAT TEMPLE – SIEM REAP (B,L,D)
Start your day early with a visit to the mythical ruins of the Ta Prohm temple. Discover Angkor Thom, meaning “Great City” in Khmer, was the last capital city of the Angkorian Empire. Moving north of Bayon, you will discover the Baphuon, a magnificent 11th Hindu temple converted to the worship of Buddha in the 15th century before entering the Royal Palace grounds. While the Palace itself can no longer be found, the remaining sites are marvels to behold. The Terrace of the Elephants is an impressive two and a half meter tall, 300 meter long terrace wall with carved elephant heads protruding out at several sections, their trunks forming pillars. Phimeanakas - impressive rite and sandstone pyramid. Terrace of the Leper King is at the north end of the Terrace of the Elephants, a double terrace wall with deeply carved nag as, demons and other mythological beings. Lunch at a local restaurant. The afternoon segment begins with a visit to Angkor Wat, the pride of Cambodia. The temple complex was built in the 12th century under King Suryavarman II and epitomizes the accomplishment and splendour of Khmer architecture, culture and religion. The five towers that form the temple’s mountain are flanked by galleries with ornate carvings in rose and grey sandstone. As you enter the causeway to cross the moat surrounding the temple, you can begin the visual feast. In the evening, get on a tuk tuk ride to the restaurant and enjoy your dinner with a traditional Apsara dance performance to experience Cambodian folk art. Night in Siem Reap.Hotel Details
SIEM REAP – TONLE SAP HALF DAY TOUR – FLY HOME (B)
Breakfast included At 8.30 am, depart to visit the floating village Kampong Phluk which sits on Tonle Sap. Embark on a boat to sample daily life in the region’s largest freshwater lake that once supplied food for the Angkorean Empire. Return to Siem Reap by noon. Hotel check- out is at noon, 12 pm. The rest of day is at your leisure. At 7 pm, transfer to the airport for your return flight.Hotel Details
- Return international & domestic flights from London
- Escorted professional and experienced English speaking guide
- Modern and comfortable car with air-conditioner during the trip
- Night accommodations with breakfast
- Entrance fees all sights mentioned per program
- Meals as mentioned in the itinerary (B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner)
- 3 nights in Babylon Grand Hotel & Spa in Hanoi | Deluxe Room
- 1 night in Emm Hotel Hue | Hue | Superior Room
- 3 nights in Acient Hotel | Hoi An | Deluxe or Superior Room
- 2 nights in Damrej Angkor Hotel | Siem Reap | Superior Room
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- Prices are based on a group of 26-30 passengers.
- Offer includes return flights with luggage, accommodation & internal direct flights and Halong Bay overnight cruise tour and airport transfers.
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- Supplementary charges may apply for alternative flights.
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