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Duration: 8 days 7 nights
Destination: Phnom Penh - Siem Reap, Cambodia - Hanoi - Ha Long Bay - Ho Chi Minh - Cu Chi tunnels - My Tho, Vietnam
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  • Siem Reap is located in northwest Cambodia. It is the major tourist hub in Cambodia, as it is the closest city to the world famous temples of Angkor (the Angkor temple complex is north of the city). The provincial capital is also called Siem Reap and is located in the South of the province on the shores of the Tonle Sap Lake, the greatest sweet water reserve in whole Southeast Asia.  If Cambodia is a country of contrasts Siem Reap is the embodiment of those contrasts. Despite the massive shift in its economic fortunes, Siem Reap remains a safe, friendly and pleasant town. There is an endless choice of places to stay or dine and a host of possible activities awaiting the visitor. 

    Angkor was the capital city of Khmer Empire flourished from approximately the 9th to 15th centuries. The city until now hides a lot of historical and cultural mysteries.Between all attractions in Angkor, Angkor Wat as being the largest religious monument in the world is the most famous one and welcomes over millions tourists each year. The temple complex covers 81 hectares and is comparable in size to the Imperial Palace in Beijing. Its distinctive five towers are emblazoned on the Cambodian flag and the 12th century masterpiece is considered by art historians to be the prime example of classical Khmer art and architecture. Angkor Thom(12 century) is the last capital of the Khmer Empire and undeniably an expression of the highest genius for structures and decoration. The South Gate with its huge statues depicting the churning of the ocean of milk, the Bayon Temple, unique for its 54 towers decorated with over 200 smiling faces of Avolokitesvara, the Phimeanakas, the Royal Enclosure, the Elephants Terrace and the Terrace of the Leper King.

    Phnom Penh is a beautiful city full of tourists attractions. Cambodia’s busy capital retains its former charm as a leafy South East Asian capital with a nice riverside promenade and numerous beautiful Cambodian Buddhist wats, palaces, and other artifacts. A large infrastructure catering to tourists makes it easily accessible, and many consider it to be one of the friendliest capitals in Asia, as Cambodians have not yet become jaded by mass tourism. Some of the best tourists spots are the Royal Palace and National Museum.

    Although many westerners still imagine Vietnam through the lens of war, it is in reality a country filled with captivating natural beauty and tranquil village life. Its highlands and rainforest regions, far from being devastated, continue to yield new species and team with exotic wildlife. Its islands and beaches are among the finest in all of Southeast Asia, and its cuisine is very possibly the most delicious you will ever find. Over two decades have passed since Vietnam was officially united, and in that time it has done a remarkable job of healing its wounds. Today, this gracious and graceful country is an outstanding travel destination.


    • Vietnam is part of South East Asia, bordered by ocean on the west and south, with China to the north and Cambodia and Laos to the west. Vietnam is about the size of New Mexico (329,560 sq km), but shaped in a long, narrow “S”.
    • Vietnam has a hot tropical climate in the south and a monsoon climate in the north. The hot, rainy season lasts May to September and warm, dry season is October to March.
    • Vietnamese is the primary language. It is a tonal language, relatively easy to read but difficult to speak. Luckily, English is growing in popularity. Some French is spoken in the North. Khmer and related languages are spoken in some areas. The 65 tribes speak their own languages Mon-Khmer and Malayo-Polynesian.
    • Rice is an integral part of life in Vietnam. Vietnam is an agricultural country with eight out of ten Vietnamese living in rural areas and making their living by growing rice. Many Vietnamese people say their country looks like two rice baskets placed at two ends of a pole.
    • A part from Hoi An, Hanoi is Vietnam’s only city where ancient streets can be found. These streets still keep the same appearance that they had at the end of 19th century. According to historical sources,they have been the true core of Thang Long since its foundation nearly a thousand years ago.

    Traditional toys are diverse among which rotation drums are very prevalent. This kind of toy is made of paper stretching across one side of a clay hoop to form a drum head, often decorated with a star painted on top. The drum-head is then attached to a straight bamboo handle, which is used to twist, by two wires. As the toy turns, a “drum stick”, suspended between the two wires by a rubber band, repeatedly, hits the drum-head, making loud clicking or drumming noises.

    Traditional New Year PaintingYou may have seen them before. They adorn the walls of Vietnamese restaurants everywhere in the world and Vietnamese overseas hang them up as Lunar New Year approaches. In Vietnam, production of these folk paintings peaks right before Tet as merchants stock up in anticipation of heavy customer demand. These paintings are traditionally used to decorate homes for the New Year festival. Producing Dong Ho paintings is a trade of time-honoured tradition of the village of Dong Ho. It is Dong Ho paintings that make Dong Ho village famous across Vietnam as well as in the world. In fact, only Dong Ho village’s people can turn out real Dong Ho paintings.


    On arrival in Phnom Penh, you will be picked up and transferred to your hotel. The rest of day is free at leisure. Tonight you will enjoy set menu dinner in Khmer style.

    Overnight in Phnom Penh.

    Meal included: Dinner at local restaurant.


    After breakfast, we will take a half-day tour around the Capital city of Khmer Kingdom. We gain an insight into the contrasts of Khmer history with visits to the Royal Palace, National Museum, Tuol Sleng and the Killing Fields.

    After lunch (Chinese set menu), we travel by road from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap by private air-conditioning car with our guide. It takes about 6 hours to Siem Reap, gateway to the temples of Angkor. Upon arrival, check in hotel. Set Menu dinner will be served in Khmer style at local restaurant.

    Overnight in Siem Riep

    Meal included: Breakfast at hotel

    Lunch at local restaurant

    Dinner at local restaurant


    After breakfast city tour visit Wat Angkor Temple Complex, South Gate of Angkor Thom and Bayon Temple Complex, continue visit Ta Prohm Temples & Banteay Kdei.
    Enjoy buffet lunch at local restaurant before transfer to airport for 2-hour flight to Hanoi, the capital city of Vietnam. Upon arrival, you will tranfers to your hotel in Hanoi downtown. Chinese set menu dinner is served at local restaurant.

    Overnight in Hanoi

    Meal included: Breakfast at hotel

    Lunch at local restaurant

    Dinner at local restaurant


    We spend this morning visiting the Ho Chi Minh complex, starting at the President’s Mausoleum. We continue to his humble “house on stilts”, see the French colonial Presidential Palace and the 11th century One-Pillar Pagoda. We then visit the Temple of Literature, the first Vietnam University dated back to 1070. Buffet lunch will be served at local restaurant.

    This afternoon we leave Hanoi for a 3-hour drive to Halong Bay, passing the Red River Delta. We will see the daily life of local people along the way. On arrival, check into hotel, free at leisure before have dinner at local restaurant (Vietnamese hot pot).

    Overnight in Halong

    Meal included: Breakfast at hotel

    Lunch at local restaurant (buffet)

    Dinner at local restaurant

    DAY 05 HA LONG – HANOI (B/L /D)

    This morning we board our traditional junk for a 4-hour leisurely cruise through the 3000 limestone islands dotted with caves and grottoes. Visit the most stunning Caves of the Bay: Heavenly Palace and Wooden Stakes Caves. Seafood lunch is served on board.

    In the afternoon, we transfer back to Hanoi. Upon arrival in Hanoi, check into hotel, free at leisure until dining at local restaurant (Chinese set menu).

    Overnight in Hanoi

    Meal included: Breakfast at hotel

    Lunch at local restaurant

    Dinner at local restaurant


    This morning you will take 2-hour flight to Ho Chi Minh City (Still be called by Saigon as many local people). Upon arrival, you will be picked up and transferred to downtown for lunch (Vietnamese set menu) before checking into hotel.

    Afternoon follows by a trip to visit Cu Chi tunnels. Stop on the way to visit a village that specialized in making rice paper. Upon arrival in Cu Chi tunnels, experience yourself by crawling through this amazing network, an incredible underground system covering nearly 250km, was shelter to over 16,000 communist guerillas during the war. Come back to Saigon for a Chinese set-menu dinner.

    Overnight in Saigon

    Meal included: Breakfast at hotel

    Lunch at local restaurant

    Dinner at local restaurant


    We travel out of the city and spend full day floating through waterways on an exploration of the lush Mekong Delta region. Upon arrival My Tho in Tien Giang province, we will boat through the lush green vegetations of the canals to an orchard, where you leave boat for a delicious lunch complete with a local delicacy – the Elephant’s Eye Fish. Continue taking a boat trip to floating markets which offers great insight into the daily lives of the locals along the rivers and canals. Enjoy a “Don Ca Tai Tu Music” show, a genre of southern chamber music born in southern Vietnam during the second decade of the twentieth century. Turn back Saigon in late afternoon. Enjoy Chinese set menu dinner at local restaurant.

    Overnight in Saigon

    Meal included: Breakfast at hotel

    Lunch at local restaurant

    Dinner at local restaurant


    After breakfast, free at leisure until transfer to airport for flight back home.

    Meal included: Breakfast at hotel


    • 07 nights’ shared Accommodation in twin/double room with daily breakfast at the below indicated room types (see hotel category list below) (check in and check out around noontime)

    • All transfers and transportation with air-con vehicles (types of vehicles depending on the number of pax):

    • -(1-2)pax: car of 4 seats

      -(3)pax: 7 seats

      -(4-8)pax: van of 16 seats

      -(9-12)pax: coach of 25 seats

      -(13-15)pax: coach of 30 seats (Saigon: Samco 31 seats)

      -(16-26)pax: coach of 35 seats (Saigon: Truong Hai 39seats)

      -(27-38)pax: coach of 45 seats
    • Local ENGLISH speaking guides

    • -Vietnam:

      + North (Hanoi – Ha Long): 1 guide

      + South (Saigon – Mekong): 1 guide


      + Phnom Penh: 1 guide

      + Siem Reap: 1 guide

    • All entrance fees/ boat fee as program

    • Meals (B/L/D) (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner) as indicated in the program (Vietnamese Local food):

    • -Daily breakfast at hotel

      -05 lunches and 7 dinners at local restaurant + 01 lunch on boat in Ha Long

    • 02 bottles of mineral water per person per day on bus on days of transfer and sightseeing only

    • Domestic and regional airfare (quoted separately, if requested)

    • International airfare to / from Vietnam (quoted separately, if requested)

    • Optional tours

    • Surcharges for other language guides

    • Surcharges for Lunar New Year (TET) holiday

    • Personal travel insurance

    • Personal expenditure, such as drinks, souvenirs, laundry, camera fees, communications, postage, gratuities etc.

    • Meals and services other than mentioned in the programme
      [li]Drinks with meals

    • Compulsory gala dinners during festive seasons and peak season surcharges which will be advised at the time of booking

    • Visa application and visa stamp fees at Vietnamese embassies overseas and/ or upon arrival (Please note that a visa is compulsory for most nationalities.)

    • Early check-in and late check-out at hotels, if not mentioned in the programme

  • Let us know if you have any questions regarding the price or the itinerary. Thank you.


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    Hotline: (84 4)989 545 436 – Ms. Duong Nhan/ Inbound Manager


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