Join the exclusive trip where you will have a chance to experience the hundred-year-old architectures and rich culture of Vietnam. Indulge yourself in the luscious unique tastes of traditional and local delicacies. Trek the mountainous trails to ethnic minorities' villages to learn about the indigenous traditional customs. Board the cruise to relax in a tranquil trip through the sea and river. Enjoy the luxury stay in the most modern and busy cities in Vietnam.
Upon your arrival in Hanoi, your tour guide will pick you up at the at Noi Bai airport and take you to your hotel in Hanoi to check in.
Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, is famous for its hundred-year-old architectures and rich culture with relative influence from other Southeast Asia countries, China and France. This is also a place where you can indulge yourself in the luscious unique tastes of traditional and local delicacies.
Optional activity: Enjoy the water puppet show – a unique traditional art of Vietnam – at Thang Long Water Puppet Theatre or take a bus about 25km to the west of Hanoi for an innovative and magnificent show of water and lighting reflecting the local lives of Vietnamese people from the past till now.
Overnight in Hanoi.
08:00 AM: Start the morning tour with a number of attractions:
Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum: The most visited attraction in Hanoi which serves as the resting place of Ho Chi Minh President. Lying beside Ba Dinh Square, it consists of the Presidential Palace, the house on stilts and so on, reflecting the life of this high respected president
One Pillar Pagoda: Situated within the Ho Chi Minh Complex, the pagoda is elegantly built as a giant lotus emerging from the square-shaped pond, along with the mysterious legend about the origin of this idea
Temple of Literature: Founded in 1070 and served both as an university and the place to worship the kings and famous scholars. This is the first university in Vietnam."
Have lunch at a local restaurant and loosen up for afternoon activities. We begin the afternoon tour with:
Museum of Ethnology: This interesting museum was created with the purpose of preserving cultural heritages and provide an insight in to the life of 54 ethnic groups in Vietnam
The Old Quarter: Once was a lively trading area under Ly Dynasty starting in 11th century, through years and years it still remains its characteristics and becomes the most bustling trading center of Hanoi, while still preserves the antique touch of the past.
Optional activity: Cyclo tour/Electric car around the Old Quarter.
Return to your hotel, take necessary things with you then leave your main luggage at the hotel.
10:00 PM: Transfer to 110A Tran Nhat Duạt to take a night bus to Sapa.
Overnight on bus.
05:30 AM: Arrive in Sapa. Your tour guide will pick you up at appointed place to take you to your hotel. Leave your luggage at the hotel, have a hot breakfast then start discovering this culture-filled town:
The Stone Cathedral Sapa: Built in 1895, this is the most preserved ancient architectural landmark that was left by the French.
Sapa market: About 1.5km from the stone church, this is the largest market in town. The market provides a place for trading activities of daily necessities for both locals and tourists to visit and shop around.
Fair market: Here visitors can find many unique items that ethnic people collect after the trip to the forest or home-grown products such as: vegetables, cattle, poultry or household items. The markets might be held on a fixed day of the week or month.
Night market: Every weekend, the night market will open with colourful stalls of the H’Mong and Red Dao people. You can find unique handicrafts such as brocade, ala, flute, silver and bronze jewelry or goat-skin drum. In addition, there are food stalls selling sizzling dishes such as skewered meat, meat rolls, bamboo rice, chicken legs and wings, corn or cassava, each with the unique taste of the local delicacies.
Love market: The love market is not only a dating place for couples but also a unique tourist destination of Sapa, where ethnic men and women wearing their gorgeous traditional costumes express their feelings to each other through dances and songs.
Overnight in Sapa.
07:00 AM: Trek mountainous trails to ethnic minorities' villages: Ta Van and Lao Chai.
Lao Chai – Ta Van village is the home to ethnic minorities like Mong, Dao, Tay, about 7km from the centre of Sapa. Indigenous people still retain the traditional cultures and customs, which attracts both domestic and foreign tourists to this land.
Transfer back to Sapa by car.
10:00 PM: Moving to meeting point to take a night bus back to Hanoi.
Overnight on bus.
05:30 AM: Arrive in Hanoi, get back to the hotel to freshen up.
08:30 AM: Pick up from Hanoi to Halong by bus. You will reach Halong at around 11:30 AM.
12:00 PM: Board the cruise, join in the activities and spend the night on board (Itinerary depending on cruise).
Overnight on cruise.
06:00 AM: Morning exercise on sundeck, have breakfast relax while the cruise heading back to the harbour.
12:00 PM: Return to Hanoi by bus.
Free in the afternoon. You can stroll around the area for some souvenirs or find a secluded coffee shop to sip on a hot aromatic egg coffee.
Overnight in Hanoi.
06:00 AM: Check out then get dropped off at Noi Bai airport to take the morning flight to Hue at 09:55 AM. Arrive in Hue at 11:05 AM, you will be picked up at Phu Bai airport then head to your hotel to check in.
As of today, there is no other region that can be on par with this ancient capital, which possesses a large number of relics that still retain their inherent forms from the distant past.
01:00 PM: Join the half-day city tour:
Minh Mang Tomb: Minh Mang tomb still retains a very traditional and ancient beauty which is richly influenced by Confucianism.
Khai Dinh Tomb: A synthesis of Vietnamese and European elements, whose grandiose exterior is covered in blackened concrete, creating an unexpectedly Gothic air, while the interiors resemble an explosion of colourful mosaic.
Imperial Citadel: An intriguing relic of Vietnam’s history which has become one of the must-see attractions for tourists coming to Hue.
Thien Mu Pagoda: Thien Mu Pagoda, also known as Linh Mu Pagoda, is an ancient pagoda located on Ha Khe hill with the poetic view of Huong River, about 5km from the city centre.
Optional activity: Cruising along the quixotic Perfume River while listening to Hue Royal Court Music and lighting up the vivid night with your own flower lights.
Overnight in Hue.
09:00 AM: Transfer to Hoi An by bus, arrive in Hoi An at 11:45 AM, check in and relax at hotel.
Hoi An Ancient Town was once a bustling international trading port and now has been recognized by UNESCO as a world cultural heritage since 1999, preserving numerous architectural heritages dating back hundreds of years.
01:00 PM: Half-day city tour, visit the Ancient Houses, Hoi An Market, Hoi An Museum, the Chinese Assembly Halls Hoi An, Art and Craft Manufacturing and the must-see Japanese Bridge.
Overnight in Hoi An.
Free day in Hoi An.
Optional activity: Hoi An Memories Show - an open-air stage that are elaborately staged, combining art, costumes, sound and light, bringing loads of surprises and bursting emotions to visitors.
Overnight in Hoi An.
05:30 AM: Airport drop-off at Da Nang to take the 08:10 AM flight to Ho Chi Minh City and arrive at around 09:35 AM. You will be picked up at Tan Son Nhat and taken to the hotel.
Ho Chi Minh City (or Saigon) is one of the most modern and busy cities in Vietnam. It is known for its French architectures, including Notre Dame Cathedral built entirely of materials imported from France and the Central Post Office built in the 19th century. Located along the city’s streets, especially around the bustling Ben Thanh market, are the local food stalls and restaurants where you can find whatever suits your taste.
01:00 PM: Join the half-day city tour where you will visit the Reunification Palace, War Remnants Museum, Notre Dame Cathedral, Central Post Office and Ben Thanh Market.
Optional activity: Join in the food tour to dig in the culinary culture of the South or take a look deeper in to the beauty of Vietnam in urbanization through acrobatics & bamboo cirque performance on stage with A O Show.
Overnight in Ho Chi Minh City.
Drive a few hours to Ben Tre and start sight-seeing around the Mekong Delta.
Mekong Delta possesses a complicated system of rivers and canals. Here you can mingle with the bustling atmosphere at the floating market in the early morning, admire the unique architecture of old houses or stroll around the fruit orchards for some sweet and fresh tastes of local products.
In this tour, you will hop on a boat trip followed by a short walk to the local village. Join a cooking class before digging in the delicious lunch. There you will take a relaxing row boat back to Ben Tre before heading back to HCMC.
Overnight in Ho Chi Minh City.
Spend your time for some last minute shopping before being dropped off at Tan Son Nhat airport to take the flight departing from Ho Chi Minh onto your next destination.
Have a safe trip!
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