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Upon request 15 Days Hanoi Cambodia
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  • Tour code: VN_Cam
  • Trip style: Private
  • Trip type: Private
  • Accommodation: Hotel
  • Meals: Local Experience
  • Transportation: Private car / bus / flight
  • Departure dates: upon request


Day 1:  Hanoi    (L/D)


Morning                    Welcome to Hanoi! Upon arrival at Hanoi Airport you will be met and transferred to your hotel. The afternoon spent time exploring the wide, tree-lined streets of Hanoi, resplendent with French colonial architecture and the scenic Hoan Kiem Lake. This evening enjoy dinner before enjoying Hanoi night


Evening:                   Sleep tight in a hotel in Hanoi



Day 2:   Hanoi city tour   (B/L/D)


Morning                    To begin our holiday, why not opt for a traditional Vietnamese breakfast, with a bowl of steaming Pho at one of Hanoi's most popular eateries. After enjoying the national dish we take a stroll around Hoan Kiem Lake, a focal point for many of the local residents who gather there each day to practice Tai Chi, play badminton and do aerobics. We’ll then visit a local coffee shop to observe how Hanoi locals enjoy sipping Vietnamese bitter sweet coffee at Café Giang. 

Our exploration of Hanoi today includes the Temple of Literature - Vietnam’s first university dating to 1070, Ho Chi Minh’s humble “stilt house”, the French colonial Governor’s Palace and the 11th century One-Pillar Pagoda. A short drive into the countryside leads us to Van Giang village, where we'll attend a cooking demonstration hosted by a local family. After a delicious lunch we return to Hanoi and embark on a cyclo (rickshaw) tour of the winding alleys that make up the atmospheric Ancient Quarter, otherwise known as the 36 Streets of Hanoi. 

Evening:                   Sleep tight in a hotel in Hanoi




Day 3:  Hanoi- Ha Long Bay     (B/L/D)


Morning:                   Early this morning journey  to Halong Bay, stopping for refreshments en route. UNESCO Listed Halong Bay is undoubtedly one of Vietnam's most spectacular regions. Thousands of karst limestone and jungle covered peaks and isles, rise dramatically out of the emerald waters of the bay. Spend the day cruising around the islands onboard a traditional Junk boat. Stopping to explore caves and coves and to swim in the emerald waters. You can also take a row boat to visit the floating fishing village of Vung Vieng - where you'll gain a fascinating insight into the daily life of the local people. Enjoy a cooking demonstration on board before tucking into the scrumptious buffet lunch and set dinner whilst onboard. Overnight in cruises on Ha Long Bay


Day 4:    Ha Long – Ninh Binh   (B/L/D)


Morning:                   Get up early to enjoy the dawn on the beach, after having breakfast, we will transfer fom Ha Long to Ninh Binh


Afternoon:                Arrive at Hoa Lu, which is once depicted the ancient capital of Viet Nam, settled up in the 10th century. Visit temples of two dynasties of Dinh and Le with a very unique architectures in the old time. Visit the excavation area beside the Le Dai Hanh temple. You experience the vestiges of Royal Palaces ground dated back 10th century.
Overnight in Ninh Binh


Day 5:   Ninh Binh - Hanoi      (B/L/D)


Morning:                   Go back to the bus and drive to Tam Coc. CYCLING RIDE (optional): Those who love to explore real countryside images of Vietnam can proceed a 40 minute cycling ride along country lane (from Tam Coc to Bich Dong Pagoda, estimated time 40 minutes for 5km cycling 2 ways), experiencing the beautiful scenery of lush paddy fields. Finish the cycling ride at Tam Coc dock in time for a buffet lunch in restaurant.


Evening:                    Transfer back to Hanoi and sleep in a hotel near the airport. Get relax and prepare for    the early flight to Hue in the next morning


Day 6:    Hanoi  flight to Hue  (B/L/D)


Morning:                   Get up early and start the flight to Hue. Enjoy a full day tour of Hue including a boat trip on Perfume River (Huong River) to Thien Mu Pagoda and Minh Mang tomb. Thien Mu Pagoda is an octagonal tower of seven tiers that rises majestically over the Perfume River. Continue to the mausoleum of Emperor Minh Mang, an incredible complex which consists of 40 palaces, temples and pavilions, designed on a symmetrical axis. Later, we visit the Imperial Imperial Citadel and Forbidden City which was created in the 19th century for the Emperors of the Nguyen Dynasty. Enjoy free time for some “retail therapy” at Dong Ba Market before transferring back to the hotel.


Evening:                    Why don’t enjoy a sunset cocktail on Vong Canh Hill this evening. Overnight in Hue



Day 7:   Hue - Danang    (B/L/D)


Morning:                   Get up early and have breakfast, then we will transfer from Hue to Danang by car. Spend the morning on Bana Hill – a fairyland where tourist can experience the combination of 4 seasons in a day. Visiting Ba Na Hills, tourists will have good chance of exploring the mysterious and wonderful scenery of nature and contemplating unique architecture, enjoying a plentiful of food and beverage.


Afternoon:                 Spent night exploring the beautiful night in Da nang and overnight here.



Day 8:  Danang – Hoi An   (B/L/D)


Morning:                   This morning we continue our journey by road to Hoi An via spectacular Cloudy Pass. UNESCO Listed Hoi An is a former merchant trading post, famed for its beautifully preserved Chinese, Japanese and European architecture. Picturesque Hoi An has managed to retain its traditional character and charm, with its cobbled streets, markets and row upon row of tailors shops. This afternoon, enjoy a walking tour around the cobbled streets of this ancient town, which was once of the busiest trading ports in Asia. 


Evening:                    Overnight in Hoi An


 Day 9:  Hoi An  - Ho Chi Minh city   (B/L/D)


Morning:                   Fly to Ho Chi Minh City today and transfer to your hotel. Ho Chi Minh City, though still referred to as Saigon to all but city officials is Vietnam's most lively, modern and cosmopolitan city. In the afternoon discover the highlights of the city on a guided tour, taking in the Notre Dame Cathedral (outside only as renovating), the Central Post Office and Chinatown. End the day with a visit to the sobering War Remnants Museum.



 Day 10:  The Mekong Delta  (B/L/D)


Morning:                   Ho Chi Minh City - Mekong Delta - Can Tho. Explore the beautiful Mekong Delta today! Early this morning drive to Cai Be and board a traditional Sampan boat at around 10:00am to explore the peaceful waterways. During the boat trip, visit a local cottage industries making bricks, producing rice paper and Mr. Sau Khanh’s house - who has been collecting antiques which include ancient and valuable ceramics, pottery pieces like bowls, dishes and vases, to ceiling lights, sculptures and Buddha statues. In the afternoon we travel onto Can Tho for the night. 




 Day 11:    Ho Chi Minh city – Phnompenh Capital    (B/L/D)


Morning:                  Car and HDV Vietnam welcome the delegation at the appointment, depart for Cambodia. Have breakfast at Trang Bang town - Tay Ninh. Arrive at Moc Bai border gate, the tour guide will proceed to exit Vietnam, enter Cambodia for the delegation, continue the journey to the capital Phnompenh


Afternoon:               Arrive Phnom Penh, have lunch, return to the hotel to check in. Visit:

1. Royal Palace - Contemporary King's workplace

2. Golden Silver Pagoda - famous for the Emerald Buddha, Golden Buddha statue, Silver lining ...

3. Try your luck at the Casino Naga

Note: Wearing a sleeve, not wide neck and if the skirt (dress) must be over the knee when visiting the Royal Palace.

The Royal Palace has the right to close without visiting the site without prior notice. 

Dinner. Free at night




 Day 12:   Phnompenh  - Siem Riep   (B/L/D)


Morning:                  Have breakfast at the hotel, depart for sightseeing:

1. Take photo at Monument

2. Shopping at New Phnompenh Market (Phsar Thmey)

Lunch and depart for Siem Reap. On the way, stop to visit:

1. Skun Market

2. Dragon Bridge thousand years old (Kompong Kdei Bridge)



Afternoon:               Arrive in Siem Reap, have dinner, get to hotel. Free at night.



Day 13:   Visit angkor temple     (B/L/D)


Morning:                  Have breakfast at the hotel, depart for sightseeing:

Angkor Wat Temple - UNESSCO recognized heritage in 1992 with beautiful stone sculptures .

Note: Due to walking a lot, climbing a lot of shrines should wear active attire, bata shoes, flat sandals or straps, water, hats ...

2. Rules of the "Heaven" floor in Angkor Wat: Calendar costumes The shirt, the sleeve, the pants must go over the knee, the full moon (Khmer calendar) is not open to visit. Because the maximum capacity of "Heaven" is only about 300 guests. Therefore, you need to queue according to the instructions of the service staff.

Lunch, return to the hotel to rest


Afternoon                Continue to visit:

1. Angkor Thom Temple - the center is Bayon Temple with 216 mysterious smiles.

     2. Ta Pruhm Temple with bizarre figurative trees covering large temples, is the place where Hollywood has chosen to make the film of the filming of Secret movie Ancient Tomb (Tomb Raider)

     Using a Buffet and watch the traditional dance music of Apsara Cambodia (Apsara dancing show).

     Freedom to discover Siem Reap at night: Siem Reap Night Market, Traditional Massage, Smile Of Angkor Show, Angkor Dynasty Show ... (expenses excluded)


Day 14:     Siem Riep – Siem Riep Airport     (B/L/D)


Morning:                Breakfast at the hotel, Visit Tonle Sap Lake (Self-sufficiency expenses) or relax at the hotel, or  shop at Siem Reap Market, Duty Free Supermarkets ...

    Check out the hotel, have lunch. Visit:

 1.Les Artisan D'Angkor (Art School) - this is a handicraft school, a center for education and training of rural youth with traditional fine arts skills such as stone sculpture, sculpture wood, wood carving, Moc, Kim Hoan, casting, lacquer, weaving, dyeing, garment, drawing ... and display areas of these handicraft products. You can buy products here.

   2. Visit Wat Thmey Killing Field - Like "dead fields" or Toulsleng in Phnompenh, Wat Thmey Monastery as a museum for the ruling Khmer Rouge period from 1975 - 1979. Today, Wat Thmey Monastery is both An orphanage center is a school that attracts many domestic and foreign guests.



Afternoon:              Have a light dinner: Nam Vang noodle soup, Pho Hanoi ... Siem Reap International Airport. Have a safe journey home!

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  • Qualified car transferring in Vietnam, Cambodia
  • Meals as mentioned
  • Professional and enthusiastic English- speaking guide
  • Entrance fees
  • Travel Insurance
  • Fresh water on the car: 01 bottle / person/ day
  • Air tickets from Hanoi to Hue, air tickets from Hue to Ho Chi Minh city
  • Border fee for foreigners.

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