Vietnam +Laos+Cambodia 13 days





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Our guide and driver will pick you up at the airport  and transfer to hotel.Overnight in Ho Chi Minh

Accomodation:deluxe room at Reverie Sai Gon Hotel

Free and easy to visit.Overnight in Ho Chi Minh

Accomodation:deluxe room at Reverie Sai Gon Hotel

  • Cruise the Mekong River by traditional long-tail boat
  • Enjoy a—very—leisurely bike ride between colorful local villages in the Mekong Delta

Saigon is a lively, high-energy metropolis, where futuristic architecture and technology meet the traditional and the historic. To understand what the city is today, it’s helpful to go back in time outside of Saigon to “Coconut Island,” where many of its people still practice centuries-old methods of production. Exploring with your guide, you’ll go into areas untouched by commercial tourism, visit with local people and be welcomed into the villages they call home, while navigating on and along the peaceful

tributaries they use as a part of their daily life.You’ll have the opportunity to try all sorts of transportation today, including the iconic xe loi (a sort of motorized cart) that the

locals use to get around the village of Huu Dinh out to its green fields and gardens. A short walk leads to the river by Huu Phuoc Bridge, where your boat captain is waiting for you to navigate the small canals with their lush tropical scenery. Your visits include a family-owned coconut business and a brick making factory where the locals still employ centuries-old methods to make bricks by hand. Ashore, follow your guide by bicycle to visit the proprietor of a rice noodle factory and a tasting of Hu Tieu noodles, one of the most popular dishes in the region. Over the course of the afternoon, you’ll walk footpaths to a family

of fishermen, have lunch at a riverside restaurant, and meet with a former Viet Cong soldier who survived two years fighting the Khmer Rouge in Phnom Penh. You’ll have the incredible opportunity to talk with him and his wife while tasting the crispy rice paper… a specialty of the region that he and his wife make.

Later, return to Saigon. Tonight, unwind over dinner as you reflect on an amazing day of immersion into the local culture.

Overnight: Saigon

Meals:B, L, D

Accomodation:deluxe room at Reverie Sai Gon Hotel

  • Speedboat to Cu Chi to explore the famed Cu Chi Tunnels
  • Explore Saigon on a guided walking tour
  • Relax on China Beach

Today is full of fascinating juxtapositions. It begins on a speedboat bound for Cu Chi. Almost immediately, the banks of the river change from city sprawl to lush jungle. Along the way, your guide shares with you stories and anecdotes of life along the Saigon River, as your boat gracefully slips through knots of floating water hyacinths. Arriving in Cu Chi, join your guide to uncover the secrets of the infamous Tunnels, a vast network of underground passageways built and used by the Viet Cong to evade detection as they moved troops and supplies throughout Ho Chi Minh City’s northern districts.After lunch, return to Saigon, for an afternoon of explorations that include the Reunification Palace, the War Remnants Museum,

and Notre Dame Cathedral. The palace is a beautifully preserved residence and home to the President. The War Remnants Museum houses countless artifacts, photographs and pictures documenting the second Indochina war. And Notre Dame Cathedral, which along with the Old Post Office are some of the best examples of classical French colonial architecture. This evening, a flight to Danang leads to the pristine stretch of sand known as Non Nuoc Beach.

We will go to Ho Chi Minh airport to take flight vj636 at 20:15 to Da Nang,we will arrive Da Nang at 21:35 another bus pick you up and transfer to hootel.Overnight in Da Nang.

Overnight: Danang

Meals: B, L

Accomodation: Pool Villas  at Na Man Retreat


  • Wander the pedestrian streets of Hoi An
  • Stroll along spectacularly scenic rice fields, meeting locals, outside Danang

After breakfast, we venture into the very heart of rural Danang for a special insight into the everyday life of a local village community. Our guide leads us along footpaths to the small settlement of Hoa Tien, nestled among endless rice fields, where we experience firsthand the very backbone of Vietnam’s rural culture. Depending on the season we see the fields being ploughed by buffalo, rice planted by women, or harvested by the men. And we’ll visit a mill to see how the rice is dried and husked. This unique glimpse into the rural lives of the villagers is a sight few other visitors see and will be one of the highlights of our time in Vietnam. We then stop by Tra Que Organic Village, and walk through the market gardens where local farmers work on their fields using the traditional methods of hundreds of years ago – no electrical machinery here. Midday, we pause for lunch at a beautiful restaurant located on the Thu Bon River and decorated in traditional Hoi An style with dark woods and lush gardens.This afternoon, we journey along the beachfront road to Hoi An. Against all odds, this extraordinary village was untouched by the war and offers a glimpse of a Vietnam that exists almost nowhere else. As we stroll through the back streets of this seaport, it’s not hard to imagine it in the 18th Century, when Hoi An was one of the busiest trading ports in Asia. Along its

cobbled streets, we’ll see Chinese, Japanese and European architecture. At the riverfront, there’s a scene of boats brimming with people and wares.With a hand from our guide, you’ll get a chance to shop the local market where the wares range from incense to flowers to betel nuts.

Overnight: Danang

Meals: B, L, D

Accomodation: Pool Villas   at Na Man Retreat


See the Hindu monuments at My Son or relax at your 5-star resort

  • Settle in to your luxury accommodations in Hanoi

You have two options this morning. Join your guide for an early breakfast and a visit to My Son (“Beautiful Mountain”). This

beautiful region is known for its cluster of Hindu temples, some of which date back to the 7th Century. On your guided visit

of the ruins, you’ll get a haunting look into the region’s rich cultural past.

If you prefer, spend a leisurely morning at the resort to catch some sun on the beach, take a yoga or tai chi class, or enjoy

a massage at the spa.

Late afternoon, you will take a nonstop flight to Hanoi. Vietnam’s capital is an old-fashioned city with sidewalk cafes and

pavement barbers. There are wide boulevards, lined with trees and filled with bicycles. Great mansions give way to crowded

alleyways like Silk Street and Fried Fish Street. After a busy day, you’ll check into your luxury accommodations.

We will go to Da Nang airport to take flight vj512 at 15:15 to Hanoi,we will arrive Hanoi at 16:35 another bus pick you up and transfer to hotel.Overnight in Hanoi.

Overnight: Hanoi

Meals: B, L, D

Accomodation: Premium rooms at Sofitel Metropole Hotel

Follow a scenic footpath from a beautiful pagoda past rice fields and bamboo groves to a local village

  • Explore Hanoi’s colorful French Quarter
  • Linger over a memorable dinner at the Press Club

After another amazing breakfast, you’ll depart the hotel and head into the countryside. Northern Vietnam is home to the

country’s most colorful and revered pagodas and temples. (A Buddhist vocabulary note: a temple is a place to worship the

dead; a pagoda is a place to worship the Lord Buddha.) You’ll have a chance to roam through Tay Phuong Pagoda, famous

for its vast display of finely carved wooden statues of 18th-century monks. From here, you’ll start a scenic walk among rice

fields and through bamboo groves to a local village. You will have a standing invitation to the small local school where you’ll

interact with the children bedecked in their blue and white uniforms and their teacher. It’s another authentic insight into daily

life that has hardly changed in centuries and where foreign visitors are rare exceptions.

You will return to Hanoi for lunch, followed by a guided stroll in the city’s lovely Old Quarter to get a real feel for Vietnam’s

colonial past. After, you’ll have some time to relax back at the hotel. Later, you’ll enjoy cocktails and dinner at the Press Club,

a true local institution.

Overnight: Hanoi

Meals: B, L, D

Accomodation: 7  Premiumrooms at Sofitel Metropole Hotel

  • Enjoy the amenities and service on our luxury junk boat

Leaving Hanoi behind, you’ll head for one of our all-time favorite travel experiences – Halong Bay (drive time approximately

three hours). The bay is considered Vietnam’s eighth wonder of the world and it’s easy to see why. Three thousand spectacular

chalk and limestone outcroppings, cliffs, arches, and coves form a dragon’s tail of islands across the bay. Traditional sailing

junks and local fishing boats glide by, selling their latest catch.

In time for lunch, you will board a luxury junk boat. Your cruise on the emerald green waters of the bay offers you the chance

to visit and explore many islands and caves. But make no mistake: This isn’t like cruising on a cruise ship! As you sail through

the mysterious Karst Mountains, you can explore the Vung Dang area by kayak or jump into the warm bay for a swim. Evening

activities on the junk range from fishing to board games to spa services.

Overnight: Halong Bay

Meals: B, L, D

Accomodation: cabin at Dragon Legend cruise

Wake to sunrise on Halong Bay

  • Mingle with the locals in Yen Duc village
  • Banter with shopkeepers at Luang Prabang’s night market

If more mornings could be like this one. It’s the most serene. The most picturesque. The most romantic. The most of just about

everything you travel for. We happily recommend a quiet breakfast as you watch and listen to the world come to life. You can

also hop aboard the tender to go ashore and explore high-ceilinged caverns on a brief walk.

Midday, you’ll start the drive back to Hanoi. Along the way, you will arrive in Yen Duc village. Admire the charming fields,

small lanes and amazing tranzuility in the village. Have lunch, then start walking around the village and visit Canh Huong

Pagoda to learn more about Buddhism in Vietnam. Visit a typical house in the village and talk to the friendly local people.

Enjoy performances by local artists or enjoy the hands on fishing and gardening activities if time permits. After, you’ll continue

your drive to Hanoi for an evening flight to Laos.

Serene Luang Prabang sits at the confluence of the Khan and Mekong Rivers and – a hint of events to come – it was once

the capital of the “Land of the Million Elephants.” We’ll settle into our gracious and glamorous colonial-style hotel. Dinner is

on your own, but be sure to save time to ramble with our Laotian guide through the town’s night market, known especially

for fine handicrafts from ethnic villagers.

We will go to the airport to take flight QV314 at 19:10 to Luang Prabang,we will arrive Luang Prabang at 20:20 ,another bus will pick you up and transfer to hotel.Overnight in Luang Prabang.


Overnight: Luang Prabang

Meals: B, L

Accomodation:deluxe  room at Avani Luang Prabang



  • Learn about the life of a mahout (elephant trainer) on our visit to a 2,000-acre elephant sanctuary
  • Enjoy a guided walk to Tadsae Waterfall.
  • Interact with the locals at Ban Ansavane village

Today’s adventure is a visit to a 2,000-acre elephant sanctuary in the beautiful and unspoiled Nam Khan River valley. You’ll

meet the mahouts that train and care for the elephants firsthand. After the demonstration, no visit would be complete without

a chance to play with the elephants and walk them down to their favorite spot in the river.

After lunch, your guide will take you on a scenic walk to Tadsae Waterfall. Here, you will have the opportunity to relax or take

a dip in the fall’s cool natural pools.

Later, you will enjoy a short boat ride to Ban Ansavane village and have an opportunity to interact with the locals and learn

about rural Lao life and handicrafts. This is a great experience for those looking for a deeper insight into Lao culture. You will

be welcomed to the village with the special, traditional Laotian Baci ceremony. ‘Baci’ plays an important role even today when

welcoming or saying farewell. This ceremony brings good luck and wards off any bad spirits.

Overnight: Luang Prabang

Meals: B, L, D

Accomodation:  deluxe  room at Avani Luang Prabang

  • Join in the moving alms ritual of the Buddhist monks


You’ll want to consider rising early today for a unique and very moving experience. In a centuries-old tradition, long lines of

barefoot monks walk silently through the streets of Luang Prabang on their morning alms rounds. Before returning to the hotel

for breakfast, you’ll also explore the lively morning market as the locals shop for the day’s provisions.

For the truly grand finale of the week.

We will go Luang Prabang airport to take flight to  Siem Reap, another bus pick you up and transfer to hotel.Overnight in Siem Reap.

Overnight: Siem Reap

Meals: B, D

Accommodation: State  room at Raffle Grand Angkor



  • An in-depth guided visit of Angkor Wat
  • Walk through the stone hallways of Ta Prohm

Sleep in if you like, but it’s well worth rising before the sun for a visit to Angkor Wat at daybreak. After breakfast, you’ll all

return for an in-depth walking tour in the largest temple in the world. Erected at the command of King Suryavarman II, Angkor

Wat took an estimated 30 years to build, probably as his funeral temple. Your knowledgeable guide will help you grasp the

enormity of the place.

Afterwards, you’ll visit Ta Prohm. One of the largest temples, it was dedicated in 1186, but now its labyrinth of stone hallways

is overgrown with massive banyan trees, which envelop the stone like tentacles

d’Angkor, one of Indochina’s finest properties. You’ll also meet your exceptional local guide and immediately begin to explore

the awesome Angkor Temples. First comes the ancient walled city of Angkor Thom. Built in the 12th century, the “Great City”

contains Bayon Temple, famous for its more than 200 enormous mysterious faces, as well as the Elephant and Leper King


Later, your guide performs a near miracle by showing you a way into the Angkor Wat temple complex that’s unknown to the

crowds. Thanks to his knowledge of the site, the remarkable temples are revealed to you slowly as you approach on quiet

paths to be in place in time to witness a spectacular sunset. As this remarkable day ends, you’ll settle into your luxurious hotel

and enjoy a leisurely dinner.


Meals: B

Accommodation: State  room at Raffle Grand Angkor

we will go to Siem Reap airport to take flight back home,end of your trip.

Inclusions/ Exclusions

  • Private tours with English speaking guide for the entire trip except leisure time
  • Private transportation
  • Entrance fee to any applicable tourist sites
  • All transfers with our A/C transport
  • Meals at local restaurant as indicated (B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner)12 Breakfast,8 lunch ,7 dinners
  • Cyclo ride or electric car
  • Tuktuk ride
  • Blessing ceremony
  • Boat cruise as mentioned
  • Cool water
  • Government tax
  • Service charge
  • Accommodations  in Ho Chi Minh,Da Nang,Ha Noi,Luang Prabang,Siem Reap
  • Flights tickets from Ho Chi Minh to Da Nang,Da Nang to Ha Noi,Ha Noi to Luang Prabang,Luang Prabang to Siem Reap,Siem Reap to Ho Chi Minh
  • International flights tickets
  • Compulsory gala dinner on 24 Dec and 31 Dec 12
  • Visa
  • Other meals not mentioned
  • Tips & personal expenses
  • Laundry
  • Other not stated above
  • Travel insurance





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