15 Days


Upon arrival, meet and transfer to the hotel for check-in (Early check-in is NOT included & subject to hotel’s availability).
Accommodation in Hanoi.

Start your day early and head to the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, the final resting place of Vietnam's beloved leader, Ho Chi Minh. After that, take a short walk to the nearby One Pillar Pagoda, an iconic Buddhist temple built in a unique architectural style. Next, head to the Temple of Literature, Vietnam's first university and a Confucian temple.
Spend your afternoon exploring Hanoi's bustling Old Quarter, also known as "36 Pho Phuong" (36 Streets). Take a stroll through its narrow, winding streets filled with shops, street vendors, and historical architecture. And visit Hoan Kiem Lake, located in the heart of Hanoi. You can take a leisurely walk around the lake or visit Ngoc Son Temple situated on an islet within the lake.
Hanoi is famous for its street food. Try some local snacks like egg coffee, grilled skewers, or fresh spring rolls from street vendors.
Accommodation in Hanoi.

In the morning, we will take two hours driving to Hoa Lu, the Ancient Capital of Vietnam, located in Ninh Binh province. Today, only remnants of the citadel's splendor remain. We visited the temples of King Dinh and King Le. Afterwards, we will visit the Bich Dong Pagoda, one of the most historic and famous in Vietnam, its name means "Green Grotto" relating to its magnificent natural beauties.
After lunch at the local restaurant, we will continue the route to Tam Coc, an ecological tourist site in the area, known as “Halong Bay on land”. The limestone, the valleys and the rivers come together to form a mysterious and surprising scene. Tam Coc cruise lasts about two hours, you can enjoy the beautiful scenery of Ninh Binh. Then, return to Hanoi.
Overnight in Hanoi.

Starting early in the morning from Hanoi to the famous Halong Bay, along the way we can enjoy the landscapes of rice fields, farms and the Red River Delta.
Upon arrival in Halong Bay, board your cruise ship and check into your cabin. Lunch on board is based on seafood and fresh fish. Take some time to relax and enjoy the stunning views of the limestone karsts and emerald waters. In the afternoon, you will have the opportunity to explore magnificent caves. In the evening, a special dinner contemplating the sunset, followed by a session of activities on board.
Overnight on board.

Start your day with a refreshing Tai Chi session on the deck, surrounded by the serene beauty of Halong Bay.
Depending on the cruise itinerary, you may have some visits before disembarking from the cruise and transfer to Hanoi airport for the flight to Hue.
Accommodation in Hue.

In the morning, we will take a boat trip on the Perfume River to visit the Thien Mu Pagoda, which is considered the center of Buddhism in Vietnam since the early 1600s. Then, we will continue with a guided tour of the former Imperial Citadel, where we will see the former Imperial Palace, which has a closely similar model to the city Banned from Beijing. French aerial bombardment and the 1968 Tet Offensive caused significant damage to this area; However, much of the city is being restored thanks to UNESCO funding.
In the afternoon, visit the tranquil Tu Duc and Khai Dinh Royal Tombs. Wander through the elegant courtyards of Tu Duc, where the poetic beauty of nature harmonizes with intricate architectural details. Feel the regal ambiance at Khai Dinh, a majestic fusion of Western and Eastern design. These royal resting places offer a serene journey through time, inviting you to explore the rich cultural legacy of Vietnam's dynastic past.
Accommodation in Hue.

Leaving the ancient capital of Hue, we will continue our journey to discover Hoi An, the charming ancient town in the Centre of country. Passing through the enchanting city of Danang, the scenic route unfolds as you traverse the picturesque Hai Van Pass, offering breathtaking coastal views. On the way we will explore the Marble Mountains, where ancient pagodas and caves tell tales of Vietnam's spiritual heritage.
Arrival in Hoi An, a UNESCO World Heritage site, we will take a short walking tour of this Ancient Town, where every step unveils a tale of centuries-old charm and cultural richness. Discover architectural treasures that echo the town's international heritage, from ornate Chinese assembly halls to the iconic Japanese Covered Bridge. Immerse yourself in the vibrant tapestry of Hoi An's culture, exploring hidden alleys adorned with lanterns and stumbling upon atmospheric temples.
Accommodation in Hoi An.

Today a wonderful trip awaits us to the Ba Na Hills, considered a "floating city in the clouds", an essential destination for visitors to Da Nang via the round-trip cable car system.
Immerse yourself in the thrilling experiences of the roller coaster and the enchanting fantasy theme park. Discover the spiritual serenity of Linh Ung Pagoda and wander through the romantic Garden of Love. Marvel at the remnants of an old French winery, and don't miss the iconic Golden Bridge, an architectural masterpiece suspended in the sky. Each attraction offers a unique blend of excitement, culture, and breathtaking landscapes, making your visit to Ba Na Hill an unforgettable journey.
Overnight in Hoi An.

Transfer to Danang airport for the flight to Siem Reap. Upon arrival, meet and transfer to the hotel for check-in (Early check-in is NOT included & subject to hotel’s availability).
17:00 explore Siem Reap nightlife by tuk tuk, stroll through the night market where you can have a local beer or soft drink at the local beer garden, a bug salad with a cocktail (if you are brave enough to try) or try a foot massage with fish (individual supplement). At the end of the trip, take the short tuk tuk ride back to your hotel.
Accommodation in Siem Reap.

Beat the crowd early morning by 7 am to Ta Prohm, a picturesque temple immersed in nature's embrace. Witness the haunting allure of tree roots entwined with ancient stone, creating an unforgettable scene. Continue your exploration with the intricately carved Khmer ruins of Angkor Wat, a testament to Angkorian artistry.
In the afternoon, delve into the mysteries of Angkor Thom and the awe-inspiring Bayon temple with its 54 towers. Explore the surrounding wonders, including Baphuon, Elephant Terrace, Leper King Terrace, and the Royal Palace area. Immerse yourself in the intricate details of these architectural wonders and witness the breathtaking landscapes that surround them.
Accommodation in Siem Reap.

After breakfast, transfer to the ruins of Roulous, which are amongst the oldest Khmer monuments in the area, dating back to the 9th century reign of King Indravarman I. Three key Hindu structures remain, Lolei, Bakong and Preah Ko. The site is bounded by walls, with sandstone lintel decoration. Continue the picturesque journey to Kampong Phluck, a charming settlement on Tonle Sap Lake, with its distinctive mangrove forest. Board a local boat to witness the diverse lifestyle of the floating community, interacting with locals to gain insights into their water-centric existence. Return to Siem Reap
Accommodation in Siem Reap.

Free at leisure until time to transfer to Siem Reap airport for the flight to Ho Chi Minh City, also known as Saigon.
In the afternoon, enjoy a captivating exploration of the city, where history and culture converge. Marvel at the architectural grandeur of Notre Dame Cathedral and the timeless charm of the Central Post Office. Step into the pages of history at the Reunification Palace, a symbol of Vietnam's reunification, and gain poignant insights at the War Remnants Museum. Each landmark tells a story, creating a tapestry of experiences that reflects the resilience and vibrancy of Saigon.
End the day with the visit of Ben Thanh market, considered an unofficial symbol of Ho Chi Minh city.
Accommodation in Saigon.

Today we will take a journey of three hours to the Ben Tre province in the Mekong Delta, renowned for its tropical fruit orchards and traditional coconut craftsmanship. Explore a pineapple and coconut orchard, witness the making of coconut candies in a local workshop, and indulge in tropical fruits from the orchard. Experience a tuk-tuk ride to a small mat-weaving workshop run by a local family, engaging with them to learn traditional techniques passed down through centuries. Along the way, immerse yourself in the serene ambiance of Mekong villages, shaded by narrow streets, and appreciate the tranquility of the surroundings. Then, transfer to Can Tho, the Mekong Delta's key city, renowned for its intricate canal network.
Accommodation in Can Tho.

Embark on an early morning boat tour to the renowned Cai Rang floating market, a bustling hub in the Southwest celebrated for its wholesale trade of fruits and agricultural products. Witness the lively spectacle of hundreds of boats, ships, and canoes laden with a diverse array of goods, including fruits, vegetables, and the region's exceptional rice. Experience the unique presentation as vendors hang samples on bamboo poles, known as Cay Tre, showcasing their offerings. End of the tour with a visit to the local market, offering insights into the daily life of the Mekong Delta's residents.
After that, transfer back to Saigon.
Accommodation in Saigon.

Transfer to Saigon airport for the return flight home.

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