I. Insight Vietnam Tour
1. Motorcycle Tours in Vietnam
a. North Vietnam Motorcycle Tour In 8 Days
Duration: 8 Days
Destinations: Hanoi – Phu Yen – Than Uyen – Sapa – Ha Giang – Dong Van – Meo Vac – Bao Lac – Cao Bang – Ba Be Lake – Hanoi.
Price: VND 2,750,000 – VND 4,400,000/day/person
Day 1: Motorcycle tour from Hanoi to Phu Yen (180 kilometers)
On the first day of Vietnam Tours, you will be picked up by the tour guide and move to a gathering point to start tour trip of North Vietnamese motorcycles. From here, you will be traveling to the road to Phu Yen Province.
Leaving Hanoi behind and moving hundred of km, you will be surprised by the scenes. After going 100km out of Hanoi, you will pass through several large mountains that have been created for a long time due to some geographic changes. You can also see the huge rice fields separated by reddish soils.
At night, you will come back to the hotel and be ready for the next day
Day 2: Phu Yen – Than Uyen (220 kilometers)
You will start the second day of the trip by motorbike in northern Vietnam by planting a hilly forest with resident Hmong people. Before falling to the valley with immense tea, you will go to the high mountains. This day may be the best part of a motorcycle trip to Northern Vietnam.
After that, the motorbike group travels to the basement of the valley through the rice paddies, with some rustic villages of Thailand and the Hmong people scattered around.
You will spend the night in the standard hotel and dinner in the town. It brings the end of the second day of motorbike tour of northern Vietnam.
Day 3: Than Uyen- Sapa (120 kilometers)
Today, all motorcyclists will take a motorcycle ride to Fansipan Mountain. The path to Sapa is surrounded by huge rocky mountains. The motorcycle group will be ready to go through the glorious named Tram Ton, from Binh Lu to the highest mountain across the road in Vietnam. It is highlighted on the day of the trip by motorbike North.
You will arrive in Sapa City for lunch. After check-in, you will take a short motorcycle ride around Lao Chai, Ta Van Village and have dinner in the town. Here you can have a chance to taste local food in an optional small restaurant depending on the time you travel.
Day 4: Sapa – Ha Giang (240 kilometers)
In the morning, the Northern Vietnam motorcycle trip will land down to Lao Cai City and then move to the Chinese border. You continue the journey running on rugged terrain to Viet Quang, to the border of China.
Along the way, the motorcycle group will rest in a traditional village or mountain market. You can enjoy lunch in Viet Quang City and reach Ha Giang City late afternoon.
Day 5: Ha Giang – Dong Van – Meo Vac (180 kilometers)
It could be the highlight of the Northern Motorcycle trip when you can ride a motorbike to Dong Van, one of the farthest in Ha Giang and the home to many ethnic minorities. You will go through many impressive landmarks named “Heaven Gate” in Quan Ba, Rock Plateau and Dong Van, Ma Pi Leng passing. You will reach Ma Pi Leng at noon and enjoy a relaxing night in this peaceful city.
Day 6: Meo Vac – Ba Be Lake (180 kilometers)
From Meo Vac, you will move to Ba Be Lake. Here you can admire the beauty of the Que River Grapes in the valley.
After having lunch in Bao Lac, the group of motorcycles travel about 30 km in a closed road, then towards the end of the old forest, river and small river. Probably the best part for a North Vietnamese motorcycle ride on rugged terrain.
You then come to Ba Be Lake and reach the star of the Native House after spending 6 nights riding motorcycles in northern Vietnam.
Day 7: Ba Be Lake – Bac Kan (70 kilometers)
As the largest natural lake in Vietnam, Ba Be Lake is at the core of the Song Be National Park. This park is great because of the surrounding environment of lakes, cascades, caves and special geological structures. This area is very biodiverse and home to many ethnic minorities.
If you go to Ba Be in the day market, you can spend hours on the regular market visit, then motorbike to the lake and start the cruise. The motorcycle crew will have time to relax on the ship and discover this spectacular lake scene and eat lunch in the jungle, enjoy the charms of nature.
The Northern Vietnam motorcycle tour will continue to go to Bac Kan and then, you will stay overnight here, before the last day of a motorcycle trip in northern Vietnam.
Day 8: Bac Kan – Hanoi (190 kilometers)
By the end of the day with our Asian motorcycle trip, you will return by horse to Hanoi on the road with many potholes and rocks. Then you will be on the paved highway on the outskirts of Hanoi.
Within 8 days of traveling with Vietnam on a motorcycle trip in Asia, hopefully, you can relax comfortably with the life and people here, and especially with the motorbike tour company of Vietnam.
Contact of the travel agency:
Vietnam Motorbike Tour Asia Company
b. Motorcycle Tour Around Hanoi, Vietnam
Duration: 4.5 hours
Price: VND 1,250,000/person
First option: the trip starts at 8:00 and ends at 12:30 (including lunch at the bottom)
Second option: It will start at 12:00 and finish at 16:30 (including lunch at the beginning)
The Hanoi motorcycle trip has created this trip to memorize your ultimate benefits and take you out of the main tourist area. The journey is compiled with a high-quality service taking you off of the trail.
The short tour of Hanoi will take you to all the must-see landmarks of Hanoi, then go from the bustling streets and let you master the history and culture of this big city.
On this trip, you will be taken to the Opera House, Long Bien Bridge, Pottery Road, West Lake, Phu Tay Ho Temple, Dragon Tail, Temple Pagoda part of Hanoi city. Then, you can walk through the small alley overlooking the narrow streets with the most beautiful streets in Hanoi.
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c. Motorcycle Tour Around Hoi An, Vietnam
Duration: 1 day
Destination: Hoi An
Price: VND 1,958,000/person
You will go through the rice field and see local farmers working in their field before going on 25 kilometers of out of the Mountain Road through the isolated countryside. You will see the beautiful scenery, swimming in the waterfall before returning to Hoi An through the fields, the floating bridge, and bamboo bridge. You can relax when admiring the beauty of the surroundings, before returning to Hoi An at sunset.
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2. Biking Tours Of Vietnam
Vietnam mountain bike tour in 14 days
Duration: 14 days
Destinations: Hanoi – Giang Waterfall – Than Uyen – Sapa – Muong Bo – Ban Khoang – Bac Ha – Da Lat – Di Linh – Mui Ne – Saigon
Price: VND 87,560,000/person
Day 1: Arrival Day: Hanoi
No biking ride
You will be picked up from the airport to the city (45 minutes) and check you into the tourist hotel. Depending on your arrival time, the city tour is recommended this afternoon to take you to many interesting places including Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum (closed on Mondays) and the Temple of Literature. You can have the opportunity to see the traditional water puppet show and meet at the first dinner party.
Day 2: Hanoi – Giang Waterfall ( 55 kilometers)
Biking time: 4 hours
After having breakfast at the hotel, you can ride from Hanoi to Thu Cuc. At Thanh Son, you can rest before the first two-wheel drive excursion, which is pretty easy 40-50 km and well kicked off. You stop for lunch to return to Thu Cuc, and at noon you can have the option to turn around for another 60 kilometers towards Nghia Lo, a small town in a big valley living in Thailand. You spend the night in a simple but comfortable guest house on the hill in Giang Waterfall.
Day 3: Giang Waterfall – Than Uyen ( 55 kilometers )
Biking time: 4 hours
Today there are few options that your instructor will discuss with you first. After breakfast, it is recommended to turn around the meandering road through some villages. This is one of the most beautiful stretches in North Vietnam, with imposing mountains and terraced rice. It is also home to the colorful Hmong, Dao and Tay ethnic minority people.
Day 4 Than Uyen – Sapa ( 87 kilometers )
Biking time: 7 hours
You warm up by riding in the road around Than Uyen before driving through the mountain country to ThanThuoc for lunch. As you approach the highest mountain of Hoang Lien Son, you reach the highest transmission of Vietnam (1900 m). You can, of course, decide to go by car when you need support. You then descend to the beautiful mountain city of Sapa (at 1600 m).
Day 5 Sapa – Muong Bo – Sapa (87 kilometers)
Biking time: 7 hours
Today is a half-day trip on the dirt road and a single road. You can meet the Hmong and Tay hill tribe. Roads sometimes go through the backyard of local people and they will often gather excitedly to see the cyclists as they pass by. After the picnic lunch at the falls, there is time for a refreshing swim before driving again to the SaPa. The rest of the day is free to explore the beautiful mountain city of about 140,000 people near the Chinese border.
Day 6: Sapa – Ban Khoang – Bac Ha (79 kilometers)
Biking time: 6 hours
You are normally surrounded by dark green skis and soft white clouds as you leave SaPa, passing through the beautiful Ban Khoang village. You will wind your way up higher and higher into the mountain on the village road. You will turn around for half a day at 1400-1600m, followed by a long downhill ride to Lao Cai City on the Chinese border. You end up driving to beautiful Bac Ha Village (1400 m). This border town is famous for its once-a-week market. The ride lasts about 2 hours, and you will spend the night at the hotel here.
Day 7: Bac Ha ( 35 kilometers)
Biking time: 2.5 hours
Sunday Market is a good time to watch local lifestyle and meet people. Make sure you bring your camera! The scenery and splendid clothing are excellent. Around noon, you will turn around on the way to the village for 4 hours, admire beautiful mountains and forests. The tribe we will see today is H’Mong Hoa, one of the most colorful and luxurious in Vietnam.
Day 8: Bac Ha – Lao Cai – Hanoi (54 kilometers)
Biking time: 6 hours
You will travel along the peak through the evergreen forest and the ancient minority people. Lunch is likely to be available at the local small restaurant. At the end of the day, you will have worthy of snacks and cold beer. After loading our motorbike, you can drive to Lao Cai for pleasure, before boarding the train overnight to return to Hanoi.
Day 9: Hanoi – Da Lat
After arriving in the early morning in Hanoi, you will have a leisurely stroll around the old city, before being transferred to the airport. You will be present at Lien Khuong Airport with our new guide, who will transfer us to the hotel. The rest of the afternoon is free to explore this fascinating mountain town.
Day 10: Da Lat (45 kilometers)
Biking time: 4 hours
The journey of the Brake Pad Road today starts at the hotel and follows a single road through farmland and pine forest – the biggest challenge. This agricultural hill has some of Vietnam’s best mountain biking trails. After having lunch, you can visit one of the many flower farms, and return by horse to Dalat. You can stop at Golden Valley and the unique and beautiful train station building.
Day 11: Da Lat ( 50 kilometers )
Biking time: 6 hours
You can have a great day in this beautiful area as you start from the hotel. The focus of this day is on the amazing landscape and good mix of terrain, lakes, forests, and farmland. On the way, we can stop to visit the Domaine Church, gothic-style Da Lat Church, and Crazy House. You can have the option of having dinner tonight at other local restaurants.
Day 12: Da Lat – Di Linh – Mui Ne (100 kilometers)
Biking time: 8 hours
Starting early today, we travel from Da Lat to Ta Nung village, then to Nam Ban on 15 km of single road. Tay Nguyen produces some of the finest and most beautiful teas in the world, so we can pause for a moment to admire the beauty. After a short 10 kilometers transfer, you ride the bike to the campsite (at 1224 m). Your waving continues through the village of Gia Bac ahead of a 10km fast downhill sloping road to Ma Lam Town.
Day 13: Mui Ne
A day of freedom to explore the popular coastal resort of Mui Ne. You can relax with a swim in the hotel, or surf the sandy beach. You can rest your tired feet bike or maybe explore the shop and many restaurants.
Day 14: Mui Ne to Saigon Airport
This morning, you will drive 3-4 hours to Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) for a short sightseeing trip (depending on your departure time). Then, you can transfer to the airport (or to your travel office) where it’s time to say goodbye to your fellow group members.
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3. Vietnam Kayaking Tours
Kayaking in Halong Bay
Duration: 3 days
Destinations: Halong Bay – Cat Ba Island – Halong Bay
Price: VND 3,500,000/person
Day 1: Hanoi – Halong
The arrival destination is in Hanoi. You will be driven to the road of Halong Bay. Take as many stops as you like to see the scenery of the field, then you can visit the village market and taste some bouquets in Hai Duong. Arriving at Halong at 12:00, you have to register the boat and enjoy a fresh seafood lunch on board. Visit Thien Cung and Dau Go Cave before strolling on the bay and stop as much as you like for swimming. You can enjoy the sunset on the sea before dinner and sleep overnight on the ship.
Day 2: Ha Long Bay – Light Wooden boat – Cat Ba Island
Halong Bay takes all light for the light wooden motorboat. After arriving at Cat Ba Island belonging to Hai Phong Province, you can visit the historic Quan Y cave in Cat Ba, where used to be a military medicine clinic during wartime. Then, you can join the rock climbing group to conquest the limestone cliffs upright in the Butterfly Valley in Cat Ba. You will be guided by a professional climbing group. After the fascinating lesson, you can go back to the hotel for overnight.
Day 3: Cat Ba Island – Light Wooden Boat – Halong Bay
You can return to Halong with a stop to visit the cave, enjoy the beach or take another lightweight wooden canoe. Arriving at Halong at 12:00, you can have lunch at the restaurant in Ha Long City before returning to Hanoi through Dong Trieu Pottery City and Sao Do Town. Then, you arrive in Hanoi late afternoon.
Price: At least VND 2,000,000/day/person
Contact of the travel agency:
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4. Vietnam Packaging Tours
Vietnam Central Tour 6 Days 5 Nights
Duration: 6 days – 5 nights
Destinations: Da Nang-Hoi An – Ba Na Hills – Ninh Binh – Hue
Price: VND 2,750,000 – VND 8,800,000/person
Day 1: Arriving day in the airport
The driver will pick you up from the airport and transfer you to the hotel room registered at the hotel. You can sleep overnight in Da Nang.
Day 2: Da Nang – Son Tra Peninsula
You can have lunch in a Da Nang local food restaurant. Then, you pass Thuan Phuoc Bridge to visit Son Tra Peninsula. Moving around the peninsula to enjoy the entire city scene, then you can visit Linh Ung Pagoda and swim at My Khe Beach, which is classified as one of the most attractive beaches on earth.
You can enjoy the dinner at a local restaurant.
Day 3: Museum of Buddhist Culture – Stone Sculpture Village – Hoi An Ancient Town – Ba Na Hills
After having breakfast, you will pass the Dragon Bridge to visit the “Bridge of Love” and a stone statue named “Carp turned into the dragon”. Then, you can visit the Museum of Buddhist Culture – the 200 precious Buddhist artifacts exhibited at the Avalokitesvara Pagoda in 1957. Then, you can go shopping in the city of Da Nang.
After moving to Hoi An ancient town, you can stroll around the ancient place which is charming and wonderful preserved, combined with Chinese, Japanese and European influences.
The driver will then transfer you to Ba Na Hills and take the cable car to the hill for the hotel to register there.
Day 4: Ba Na Hills – Hue City: Tomb of Khai Dinh King
After having breakfast at Ba Na Hotel, at 9:00, the guide will pick you up from the hotel to the group for a visit Ba Na Hills with the longest cable car (6000 m) in the world.
You can visit Le Jardin, the old wine factory, the continuation of French villas and the Linh Ung Pagoda with 27 m high Buddha statue. Then, you can enjoy the game at Fantasy Park. Returning to the cable car station at the foot of Ba Na Mountain, you can have lunch at the restaurant and then, leave Da Nang for the capital of Hue, through Hai Van Tunnel. After the visit to Khai Dinh Tomb, the result of a mixture of architectural trends: Europe and Asia, the combination of ancient and modern, you can sleep in a 4-star hotel.
Day 5: La Vang Church – Phong Nha Cave
After having breakfast early, you will move to the national park Phong Nha – Ke Bang, which is classified as World Heritage. Through “Highway Surprise”, you can stop at La Vang church and have lunch at the restaurant.
Taking a boat trip on Son River to visit Phong Nha Cave, then you can transfer back to Hue on the Ho Chi Minh Trail.
Day 6: Hue-Da Nang Airport
After having breakfast and checking out, you can visit the Imperial Citadel – once the seat of the Emperor of the Nguyen Dynasty strongly ruled Vietnam from about 1802 to 1945. Then, you will visit the peaceful pagoda named the Goddess and hunch at the restaurant.
The driver will transfer you to Da Nang to catch international flights to Saigon/Hanoi or end your trip in Hue.
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5. Family Vietnam Tours
Family Vietnam Tour In 12 Days
Duration: 12 days
Destinations: Hanoi – Ninh Binh – Van Long – Cat Ba – Halong Bay – Da Nang-Hoi An – Mekong River – Ho Chi Minh City
Price: VND 1,250,000/person/day
Day 1: Arriving Hanoi
You will arrive in Hanoi, where you will be met at the airport and transferred to your hotel. Then, you can relax at the hotel or take a stroll and explore the urban road close to your home.
Day 2: Joining Hanoi cooking class
In the morning, you will have some fun with your family and take a class at the hospitality school for disadvantaged children. Many of them are living on the streets of Hanoi and other cities, and their training will eventually help them work in some of the best hotel and restaurant hotels in Vietnam. Then, you can find out the old town by taking a cycle. In the late afternoon, you can attend the water puppet show. Many of the puppets are painted using traditional Vietnamese painting techniques. Enjoying the rest of the evening by exploring the unique alley of Hanoi is the best option, then you can return to the hotel to relax.
Day 3: Ninh Binh – Van Long
You will meet your guide in the morning and leave Hanoi to travel to Ninh Binh Province.
After two and a half hours traveling, you will go to Gia Vien District and transfer your car to the bike. Then, you will begin a short bike ride through the field on the way to the adjacent Van Long water tank. During that time, you can stop in Mai Trung village for in-depth experience learning how local people cultivate and look after their rice.
Then, you will cycle back to the local family home, and you can also cook with the local people if you want. Sitting down with your local host family and enjoy local specialties along with Vietnamese, you can challenge your host to the game or rest for chatting about their life here.
At noon, you will arrive at Van Long wharf and begin the short boat ride into the water tank at Van Long Nature Reserve, the largest swamp in northern Vietnam. The poetic landscape overflows and rolls the hill of the jungle ideal for the picture, before heading back to Hanoi to the early evening.
Day 4: Transferring to Cat Ba
Taking back the bustling scene of Hanoi in the morning as you and your family go to Hai Phong City, on the northeastern coast of Vietnam, you will travel to Cat Ba Island. On the way, you will pass through the ship and industrial port, a sign of Vietnam’s growing economy. After investigating your Cat Ba hotel, take a gentle trail along the way to the Cannon Fortress, built during the French colonial period of Vietnam.
You can enjoy the panoramic view of the bay’s limestone formation, and hear the story of the victory and loss. The, you can return to your hotel just like some local marine engines to the sea for a squid fishing night. Halong Bay is the informal squid capital of Vietnam and features heavy duty in most of the restaurants in the area.
Day 5: Having a day cruise on Halong Bay
This day is clamped with a piece of work that will be fun for the whole family. You can visit the cave and see the beautiful corals and tropical fish swim, then take a light wooden canoe into the cave. You can work with climbers of all ages, and children tend to become casual. After the exhaust system on the day of rewards, you will have a rest of your evening in your spare time.
Day 6: Transfer to Hanoi – Fly to Da Nang
After having breakfast by the sea, local guides take you into the thick jungle of the island – and away from the trail. Crossing the forest canopy to form limestone with excellent views, you can stay in the local family’s house for lunch.
After arriving in Hanoi, you can be driven to the airport for flight to Da Nang. Upon arrival, you will be met by your instructor who will transfer you to the seaside town of Hoi An. Hoi An is a 15th-century fishing village restored to recognition by UNESCO as World Heritage. Unlike many destinations in Vietnam, Hoi An pedestrian street is ideal for a relaxing stroll. This is especially good – especially the soup and the noodles! Enjoy the rest of your day and evening in your spare time, be sure to soak in some riverine air with your family before embarking for the evening.
Day 7: Spending your day with Hoi An fishermen
After having breakfast, you can use the rest of your day to explore Vietnam’s countryside. Start with a two-wheel drive ride along the green paddy field to the village near where you will roll your sleeves and help the farmers, you can return to Hoi An and take the short river cruise to meet some fishermen for a practical lesson in pre-fishing.
Return to your hotel at sunset, you can enjoy another night on the riverside promenade in Hoi An.
Day 8: Enjoying Hoi An bicycle tour
Arriving early in the morning for another excursion in rural Vietnam, you can spend your day on the bike for a beautiful half day tour around Hoi An. On the way, you can visit Cam Thanh village. Once a hiding place for local people and soldiers in the war, the village is now famous for its rustic hut, sewn from the coconut leaves of this region. Spending time with local families and learning about the villagers’ way of life, then, you can board the boat and learn how to catch crabs along the local experts. Take a break and enjoy the refreshing taste of fresh coconut water before turning to Ha Linh Conference Lanterns. There, you will learn how to make this delicate work in the master class and take your very own home. You can enjoy the charming scenery when you return to Hoi An.
Day 9: Having a free day in Hoi An
Leaving the whole day to find out Hoi An freely and do as much or as small as you choose, you can prefer to join the cooking class if the beach is not your thing. On your last evening in Hoi An, there will definitely be lanterns along the river.
Day 10: Flying to Ho Chi Minh city
Your guide will meet you at your hotel and transfer you to the airport for your flight to Ho Chi Minh City. Upon arrival, your guide will wait to transfer you to your hotel.
After a refreshing start, you will see the unforgettable performance, a spectacular introduction to Vietnamese culture and performance art that combines the very best of both old and new in splendid Saigon Opera House, one of the most iconic buildings in the city. There are the most talented artists performing in Vietnam.
After the long concert, you can take a short walk through the wide boulevard of Saigon center to Hoa Tuc Restaurant, a true culinary and architectural jewel tucked away from the bustle of the famous District 1. Because it combines the contemporary Vietnamese cuisine and formal French colonial architecture, Hoa Tuc is the perfect ending to a memorable night in Saigon.
Day 11: Joining Mekong Delta Journey
You will board the boat to start your sightseeing around the creek of the Mekong Delta as well as the rice of Vietnam. Because of its large rice production, the field has also diversified into aquaculture, animal husbandry, cash crops and fruit trees.
Then, you can visit the brick factory on board a small boat for wandering through the canals and canals of the delta. During that time, you can stop at the small coconut plantation to see how the coconut has become oil, candy and sat sewn then sold in the market. Here you will board the beautiful teak boat, Le Jarai, and continue your journey along the river. After lunch, you can relax on the top floor and watch the scene return to Ben Tre, where you will transfer back to Ho Chi Minh until late afternoon.
You will enjoy the last evening in Vietnam with your family while exploring the infinite charm of Ho Chi Minh City’s nightlife activities before embarking on for a bit of the evening before your flight.
Enjoy the last evening in Vietnam with your family while exploring the infinite charm of Ho Chi Minh City’s nightlife activities before embarking on for a bit of the evening before your flight. you in the morning
Day 12: Leaving Ho Chi Minh City
This day is this end of your journey. You will meet your guide who will transfer you to the airport for your forward flight.
Contact of the travel agency:
Buffalo Tours Company
6. Vietnam Food Tours
Secret Food Tour In Hanoi
Duration: 1 day
Price: VND 528,000/person
The tour starts with an introduction to the local food Nom Bo Kho, the dish with green papaya with dried beef. To get a background on the ingredients of Vietnamese food, you will go to Hang Be Market where you can find a variety of goods from raw meat, cooked meat, tropical fruits to dried food.
Then, you will see how our locals do steamed pancakes with meat & mushrooms.
After trying Pho, which is considered to be the unofficial national dish of Vietnam, you will go along the way to the old quarter, and see many hawkers selling fresh fruit. You will have time to take pictures and taste some of those fruits.
Then, you can try Bun Cha, the food that the president Obama tried when coming to Vietnam.
Passing Hang Bac Temple, you can fall in love with a deep flavor of Banh Mi, a combination of cheese, vegetables, sausage and fried eggs.
Then, you can drink a bottle of beer and taste it as a local with sausage (snack) as cashew nut.
You will discover Hanoi’s culture and architecture by visiting Ancient House at 87 Ma May Street which is over 200 years of history.
Then, you will go to a hidden café, one of Hanoi’s best-kept secrets and try a cup of egg coffee.
In the end, you can continue to explore the streets or come back to your hotel.
Contact of the travel agency:
Secret Food Tour Hanoi Company
II. Escorted Tours To Vietnam
7. Cambodia and Vietnam Tour
5-Day Cambodia & Vietnam Tour From Hanoi
Duration: 5 days
Destinations: Hanoi – Halong Bay Cruise – Siem Reap
Price: VND 7,740,000/person
Day 1: Hanoi
The driver will be welcomed at Noi Bai International Airport. You have to take a 35-minute drive to the center of Hanoi and then register at the hotel.
You will travel by cyclo to Hoan Kiem Lake, Ngoc Son Temple, and The Huc Bridge. Then, you will stop at the Hanoi Opera House, straight from the French colonial administration from 1901 to 1911.
Finally, we will joy the show of water puppetry, the art of the stage invented by Vietnamese farmers a hundred years ago, with nearly 20 traditional Vietnamese stories and everyday scenes.
Day 2: Hanoi – Halong Bay Cruise – Hanoi
You will have an early departure for Ha Long Bay, the World Heritage Site designated by UNESCO in 1994 with nearly 3,000 small islands.
Drivers can pick you up from three to four hours at maximum depending on the traffic of the low season or high season.
When you arrive in Halong, you will take a boat to see its natural firm garden while the delicious seafood lunch awaits the table.
Day 3: Hanoi – Siem Reap
After having breakfast at the hotel, you will visit Ho Chi Minh Complex that includes the Ho Chi Minh’s Tomb, the Presidential Palace, the House-on-Cavern, and the Ho Chi Minh Museum.
Then, you will go to the Army Museum and Hanoi Tower Flag.
You will have some time for shopping in Hanoi before checking out the hotel and transferring to the airport for your flight to Siem Reap.
Upon arrival, our driver will pick you up and transfer you to the hotel.
Day 4: Angkor Wat Tour
In the morning, you will be picked up from your hotel and go to Angkor Thom city, founded in the 12th century by King Jayavarman VII and remained the capital until the 17th century.
Then it will take time for you to leisurely go around Ta Prohm, covered by giant monsters with roots like snakes that appear in the movie The Raider Tomb.
You will be headed to the active pilgrimage of Angkor Wat, the largest Hindu temple in the world to enjoy with the longest living wall carvings of more than 2,000 m long.
At the end of the tour, you still have time to admire the whole view of Angkor Wat Temple, rice fields, Northwest Highlands and West Baray’s active reservoir.
Day 5: Siem Reap
This day, you will enjoy the final breakfast before transferring to the airport for a departing flight.
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8. Wendy Wu Tour Vietnam
Heart of Indochina tour
Duration: 18/19 days
Destinations: Saigon – Hoi An-Hue – Halong Bay – Luang Prabang
Price: VND 184,000,000/person
Day 1: Flying to Saigon
Arriving at the airport by transferring chauffeured and overnight to Saigon., you will be picked up for your hotel by your local guide from Wendy Wu Tours.
Day 2: Saigon
Today, you will explore Saigon with the frenzy of local culture and colonial influence. Then, you can run at the Central Post Office, Opera House, continue on to the Reunification Palace and the Terrible War Remnants Museum. You can take a cyclo to Chinatown, Cha Tam
Church and Chua Ong Pagoda, the fascinating example of China – full of creative architecture. Then, you can head down the traditional herbal street where your tour guide will share with you how local people use herbs.
Then, you continue to visit the Bitexco Building, the example of the twinkling of modern architecture in the city to enjoy sunset views and cocktails. In the evening, you will transfer to the Dragon House and step on the Heritage House party in the light of the city of Saigon. This beautiful ship is the entertainment of classic river ships once seen all over the South
East Asia and aesthetically updated with modern amenities.
Day 3: Saigon
After leaving the hotel, you will be driving to the town of Cai Be to board Cai Be Princess, the traditional boats made from congenital bamboo, wood, and rattan. During the French colonial era, ships such as these were essential means of transportation in wetlands and bad roads. On the river, the boat traffic is endless and the action never stops. You can watch the local life from the comforting view of your boat on the riverbank, stopping at that time to bow.
Your journey ends with Le Longanier, the restaurant where lunch is served in the marvelous colonial style, giving you a sense of life in Indochina. After lunch, you can take a short walk along the small canal towards Bon Bon Bridge where you will pick up and transfer back to your Saigon hotel. In the evening, you can joy a show about the spectacular introduction of Vietnamese culture and performing arts, the combination of beautiful old and new elements.
Day 4: Saigon – Hoi An
The actual confrontation of the guerrilla war in Cu Chi tunnel. The cramped tunnel was of great importance to some strategic activities of the war, including the famous 1968 Tet insulted. B52 US bombers dropped hundreds of missiles leaving giant volcanic giants. The Cu Chi experience can be emotional for some guests, but it gives the window a grip on the traumatic end of the war.
Day 5: Hoi An
This morning begins with cooking class including market travel, Vietnamese culture techniques, nutrition and herbal medicine. Then, you can enjoy the walk through the streets of Hoi An. First, you can come to Ong Pagoda. Next, you will visit 200-year-old Tan Ky House. You can help tea makers set up to help local people before having lunch at the restaurant specializing in traditional Hoi An restaurant.
Day 6: Hoi An-Hue
Leaving Hoi An this morning, you will travel to Hue. Driving on the beautiful Hai Van Pass and passing Lang’s fishing village, you can enjoy the panoramic view of the central coast. Hue was the capital of Vietnam from 1802-1945 when the emperor finally abdicated. In the afternoon, you can take a boat trip along Perfume River and visit Thien Mu Pagoda.
Day 7: Hue
You can enjoy breakfast at your hotel before exploring Hue City. Created in the 19th century, the imperial city was based on the Forbidden City in Beijing and held many palaces and temples inside its huge walls. Many of the buildings have been damaged by the war by the time of the war and are now being restored to their original beauty. Then, you will move to Minh Mang Tomb to learn luxury and shady rest where arranged in formal Chinese style. For lunch, you will eat a vegetarian buffet prepared by Lien Hoa Pagoda. Next, you will visit the kitchen to see how your meal is prepared in the wood burning fireplace, then hook your food into your fiber company. You can take this opportunity to learn about religious Buddhism or just start getting acquainted with your friendly host. Then, you will go to Thanh Tien Village, famous for more than 300 years of ingenious flower paper. You can meet one of the local people and learn how to make your own paper flowers.
Day 8: Hue – Hanoi
You will transfer to your airport for one hour and a 20-minute flight to Hanoi. Then, you can visit Viet Phu Thanh Chuong, 21st-century house with traditional Vietnamese architecture.
Day 9: Hanoi
You will visit The Mediocre House, Ho Chi Minh Museum and One Column Pagoda. Then, you will go to the Temple of Literature, the first university of Hanoi since 1070. Then, you will visit the home of the water puppet artist, descendants of the water puppet show. These traditional Vietnamese performing arts have roots dating back to the 10th century. You will have the opportunity to talk to the artist, watch the puppet show and enjoy the private water puppet show.
Day 10: Hanoi – Halong Bay
This morning, you will drive to the coastal town of Halong, about four hours from Hanoi. When arriving in Halong, you will take the overnight cruise to most of the bay.
Day 11: Halong Bay – Hanoi
You will enjoy breakfast in the morning before returning to the harbor and back to Hanoi. This afternoon, you can joy the afternoon tea at La Fée Verte block out the L’Opera No Hotel. The tea set at L’Opera intends two options for you to choose: English afternoon tea or Vietnamese instant tea to discover the tea vendor Hanoi Street.
Day 12: Hanoi – Luang Prabang
This morning will be free for you to learn independently. In the afternoon, you transfer to the airport for one hour flight to Luang Prabang.
Day 13: Luang Prabang
You can raise early this morning to witness the Buddhist ceremony of Takbat. This line of silvery saffron robes, dressed in a monk’s clothing will be the eternal image of your journey. Then, you will return to your hotel for a pre-visit breakfast.
Phousi Temple gives you a bright view of the city and the morning market where you will see local bargain for fresh food. Continuing to visit the Buddhist monastery Xieng Thong, one of the largest and most decorated temple, you will take your cruise ship and take a walk on the colorful water of the Mekong River to Pak Ou Caves. You will have lunch in front of the cave, on the way back to the river village to see the weavers working on ancient looms.
Day 14: Luang Prabang
This morning, you will visit the National Museum and stop at the Tok Type Center before driving to Kuang Si Waterfalls to have lunch outdoors. You can take a swim on the river near the falls and if you want to do this, please do not forget to bring your bathing suit and towel. The on-site testing room is ready. Next, you can visit the Sun Bear Conservation Center to save the hairy creatures from the wildlife trade before returning to your hotel. Then, you can join in the Baci Ceremony, an integral part of Lao culture.
Day 15: Luang Prabang – Siem Reap
This morning will be free before one and a half hour driving to Siem Reap. You can the evening under the big top in central Siem Reap with the evening show at Phare – the Cambodian circus.
Day 16: Siem Reap
After the original historical actor, you can take the intensive course of practice in conservation method used by experts as your guide, and continue on your whole day sightseeing to learn the best di complex of temples. Starting from Angkor Thom and the mysterious Bayon, you will visit Elephant Terrace and Leper King’s Steps before traveling to the Ta Prohm Temple, wrapped in a labyrinth of the jungle.
Day 17: Siem Reap
You can have a local life experience today. Next, you will go to Kompong Khleang, the only village on stilts and visit than Beng Mealea, the mysterious temple completely overrun by jungle. Then, you will visit the local community, which is a high school library project that gives the right to pre-educate the complex Hindu Temple of Banteay Srei and Banteay Samre.
Day 18-19: Siem Reap – Saigon
You can arrive in Saigon or be coming home on the same day.
Contact of the travel agency:
Wendy Wu Tours Company
9. Vietnam Tour From Singapore
Vietnam Tour From Singapore
Duration: 6 days
Destinations: Singapore – Hanoi – Lao Cai – Sapa – Cat Cat – Lao Chai – Ta Van – Hanoi – Halong
Price: VND 5,060,000 – VND 10,164,000/person
Day 1: Singapore – Hanoi – Lao Cai
You are welcomed at the airport after 3 hours minimum flight from Singapore to Hanoi at noon and transferred to the train station overnight by train to Lao Cai. You can stay overnight on the train with air-conditioned, soft sleeper cab (4 people in one cabin).
Day 2: Lao Cai – Sapa – Cat Cat
Arriving early in Lao Cai Station, you will have breakfast at a local restaurant in Lao Cai. Then, you can meet the local guide and are transferred by car to the highland city of Sapa. Then, you will visit Minority Village where ethnic minorities in different traditional styles live together. You can travel to Cat Cat where you will have new insights into this minority and experience their unique way of life.
Then, you can have lunch at a local restaurant. You can continue the journey through the wooden bridge in the valley to see Silver Waterfall hidden. You can sleep overnight in Sapa.
Day 3: Lao Chai – Ta Van – Hanoi
The light journey begins with the drive south of Muong Hoa valley, which is the largest rice terrace in the Sapa area. The guide will give you interesting information about rice and rice cultivation. If you visit the valley between May and October, you will be able to experience local farming and harvesting, the most important activity in their daily lives. Hiking takes you from the Lao Chai minority village of Black H’mong to Ta Gia minority villages. You can have lunch at a local restaurant. Then, the short-haul bus will pick you up for transfer back to Hanoi for 5 hours.
Day 4: Hanoi – Halong
After having breakfast at the hotel, you can drive to Halong Bay for 4 hours to go overnight on the luxury trunk. You can have seafood for lunch and enjoy swimming or relaxing under the sun on the top floor or try experiencing light wooden boats.
Day 5: Ha Long – Hanoi
This morning, you will continue to move around the bay to enjoy swimming. At around noon, the ship will return to the main port before moving to the car waiting for the return trip to Hanoi. You will arrive in Hanoi at around 16:00 pm and sleep overnight in Hanoi.
Day 6: Hanoi – Singapore
You will be transferred to your airport for your flight to come back home.
This is the end of our ceremony.
Contact of the travel agency:
Waytovietnam Travel Company
10. Package Tours To Thailand Cambodia And Vietnam
18-Day Colorful Thailand, Cambodia & Vietnam
Duration: 14 days
Destinations: Bangkok – Ayutthaya – Ho Chi Minh City – Cu Chi Tunnel – My Tho – Can Tho – Hue-Da Nang-Hoi An – Hanoi – Halong Bay
Price: VND 72,929,000/person
Day 1: Bangkok
You are welcomed to Bangkok, the capital of Thailand. Then, you will be transferred to your hotel. The rest of the first day is yours to recover from fatigue after a long flight. Then, you will sleep overnight in Bangkok.
Day 2: Bangkok Sightseeing
This morning, you will begin to explore this fascinating city with a visit to Wat Traimit, Wat Arun, and Wat Po, to admire the ancient temples and sacred Buddha images stored inside.
After having lunch, you will start to visit the famous Grand Palace where this royal retreat carries the coronation ceremony. Then, you will see the Emerald Buddha in the temple Wat Phra Kaew.
Day 3: Bangkok – Ayutthaya – Bangkok
This morning, you will head to Ayutthaya, the old capital and visit the beautiful Bang Pa-In Summer Palace and Wat Yai Chai Mongkhol.
After, take the pleasant Chao Phraya River cruise to Bangkok (lunch buffet included), giving you the high possibility to see the lovely rural scenery and Thai life. Return to Bangkok at around 16:00. The rest of the day is yours to relax.
Day 4: Bangkok – Siem Reap
You will take the morning flight to Siem Reap. At noon, you can enjoy a trip to the floating community on Lake Tonle SAP to Kompong Phluk, the hometown of amazing flooded mangroves and families with a unique lifestyle. Then, you will be back in Siem Reap and enjoy the evening of free time.
Day 5: Siem Reap Sightseeing
This morning, you will discover Angkor Thom splendor. First, you will start exploring from the male gate to visit the Bayon Temple and then, continue to watch the Elephant Terraces.
After lunch, you can admire Angkor Wat World Heritage and Bakheng Hill to see Angkor Wat far away in the sunset.
Day 6: Siem Reap Sightseeing
You can take a morning trip to enjoy the sunrise of Angkor Wat, and also have the opportunity to friendly talk with the monks and nuns at the neighboring temple.
After having breakfast, you can go to Banteay Srei Temple and use your time to visit some local villages along the way. Then, you can visit the Ta Prohm Temple, Takeo Temple and explore the destinations by yourself.
Day 7: Siem Reap-Ho Chi Minh City
First, you can take the flight late in the morning to Ho Chi Minh City. Upon arrival, you can visit Ben Thanh Market to see the local people’s life in front of your hotel.
After having lunch, you can enjoy visiting the War Remnants and the Reunification Palace. Notre Dame Cathedral, Old Saigon Post Office and Dong Khoi Street (formerly Rue Catinat) are all near here and recommended selections for free rounds.
Day 8: Ho Chi Minh City – Cu Chi Tunnel – Ho Chi Minh City
You can go to Cao Dai Temple, where you will have a fun-loving day together with the worshipers. After having lunch, you begin to explore the Cu Chi tunnel. Cu Chi tunnel was built by Vietnamese soldiers in the long struggle for independence.
Then, you can go back to your hotel and relax with the lovely Saigon sunset.
Day 9: Ho Chi Minh City – My Tho – Can Tho
In this day, you can depart for My Tho in the Mekong Delta and take a cruise along the Mekong’s Mighty Canal. Then, you can be driven to Can Tho and relax yourself at the hotel or self-discover the neighborhood after landing.
Day 10: Can Tho – Ho Chi Minh City – Hue
You can start this day with a yacht cruise on the vast Mekong River to the Cai Rang Floating Market, where hundreds of watercraft with fruit, vegetables, and fish pushing are sold. After that, you will visit the Vung Tau Noodle Factory.
At noon, you can drive back to Ho Chi Minh City for a flight to Hue.
Day 11: Hue City Tours
You will visit the majestic tombs of Minh Mang and travel by boat from the Huong to Thien Mu Pagoda.
Then, you can transfer to visit the Imperial Citadel, leisurely go around the forbidden city and end today’s tour at Dong Ba Market hustle.
Day 12: Hue-Da Nang-Hoi An
You will drive to Hoi An this morning. Along the way, you will have pleasant short trips to Da Nang by visiting the famous Cham Museum and Marble Mountain.
The lunch will be served at the local restaurant in Da Nang. When you arrive in Hoi An at noon, you can have a chance to explore the city yourself.
Day 13: Hoi An City Tours
In this day, you can take a leisurely walk around the tiny city of Hoi An and visit the houses of the ancient Japanese Bridge, the Chinese Temple, and the former Vietnamese Merchants. In the afternoon, you will take a boat ride on the Hoai River to Thanh Ha Pottery Village to see the way to make traditional pottery. In the evening, you can experience the charming beauty of Hoi An.
Day 14: Hoi An – Da Nang – Hanoi
You can spend the morning enjoy yourself in Hoi An.
In the afternoon, you will leave Hoi An for Da Nang Airport to come to Hanoi.
Upon arrival, you can take a stroll through Hanoi’s Old Quarter bazaar with local guides loving food and discover Vietnam’s colorful flavors with food lovers. Then, you can visit the largest market of Hanoi, Dong Xuan Market, to experience the best street food in Hanoi.
Day 15: Hanoi City Tour
This morning, you can use the leisure time on Ba Dinh Square, where Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is located. After that, visiting Ho Chi Minh’s home on Stilts, One Pillar Pagoda, and the Temple of Literature are the recommended options for you to choose from.
After lunch, you can proceed to Hanoi Hilton (also known as Hoa Lo Prison), and the Museum of Ethnology, where you will know about the 54 ethnic groups of Vietnamese due to the rich collection of objects, sheets video, video record, and cassette tapes.
In the evening, you will enjoy the exciting water puppet show, the most popular experience for all visitors to Vietnam and the focus of any Vietnamese travel.
Day 16: Hanoi – Halong Bay
One and a half of day will focus on Halong Bay journey. It starts with a beautiful 3-hour drive from Hanoi to the World Heritage Site of Halong Bay, where you’ll see nearly 2,000 limestone islands and traditional boats, glistening yachts, caves and jungles. It would be a real sea adventure! Many activities like going by light motorboat or swimming will be more fun on this trip.
Day 17: Halong Bay – Hanoi
Today, you will continue your unforgettable Ha Long Bay journey until the half-eaten meal ends and get on the cruiser at around 10:00. The guide and driver will meet you at the pier and then drive back to Hanoi, escorted to the hotel at about 4:00. You will have free time until the end of the day yourself.
Day 18: Hanoi
You will have free time until the driver guards and the guide take you to the airport for your flight back home.
Contact of the travel agency:
Indochina Odyssey Tours Company
11. Vietnam Cruise Tours
Seven Seas Voyager Asia Cruise
Duration: 18 days
Destination: Singapore – Thailand – Vietnam – Malaysia – Singapore
Price: VND 266,470,000/person
Days 1- 4: Singapore
Before boarding your cruise, you can take advantage of your stay and explore Singapore. You can experience the cultural district of Chinatown and Little India before hitting the shop on Orchard Road.
Your itinerary will leave on Wednesday at 6:00.
Day 5: Cruising the Gulf of Thailand
This day will be used to tour the Gulf of Thailand. Spending the day getting to know the amenities of the ship is really interesting, including a library, health club, and seven restaurant options.
Day 6: Koh Samui
You will board the boat into port in Koh Samui, Thailand’s third largest island. There are five adventures available to you. You can decide to relax on the sand or visit the Big Buddha Temple, which is the impressively 36 feet of gold statue sitting on the wide staircase of the dragon.
The boat will leave at 17:00 from Koh Samui.
Day 7: Bangkok
In this morning, you will arrive in Bangkok, the capital and largest city in Thailand. You can explore the city and choose one of the four excursions. Exploring Thai history with a visit to the Old City, where you will see the reproduction of many of the palace corridors, temples, stupas and monasteries may be the best choice for you.
Day 8: Bangkok
On the 8th day, you can explore the city yourself, with over four hours of free time for sightseeing and shopping.
The ship will leave at 16:00.
Day 9: Cruising the South China Sea
This day will be used to roam the sea. You can spend the day on the board, relax in the pool with books from the library or treat yourself to treatments at Canyon Ranch Spa.
Day 10: Ho Chi Minh City
In this morning, you will visit Ho Chi Minh City, the largest and most famous city in Vietnam. You can choose one of the six available excursions. You can experience the contrast between the natural beauty of Saigon and its wear – torn during a visit to the orchard and Cu Chi Tunnels or enjoy a cruise on the Mekong.
Day 11: Ho Chi Minh City
You will have a good morning in the city to explore for yourself the interesting things here.
The train will leave at 14:00.
Day 12: Nha Trang
You will arrive in Nha Trang at 10:00 and explore beautiful scenery in beautiful and much information pedicab pedal.
Day 13: Cruising South China Sea
Today will be used to roam the sea on the way from Nha Trang, Vietnam to Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia.
Day 14: Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia
You can enjoy this hustling and diverse city scene when you watch the gold-domed mosque, the only high-rise architecture, and the Heritage Village. Venture into Kinabalu Park and go along the peculiar path or through the garden or the rare orchid. The, you can take the last of Borneo’s boats into the fresh countryside of the farm, and the village, and spend time on the beautiful beach.
Day 15: Muara, Brunei
Arriving Muara, Brunei, you can choose one of the five available excursions. You can cruise aboard ships and waterways that are lined with mangroves to recognize wildlife as tailed macaques, iguanas (hawks, flying lizards) and crocodiles.
Day 16: Kuching, Malaysia
Coming to Kuching, you can choose one of the eight excursions available. You can visit the Semenggoh Wildlife Center, where injured and abandoned animals are restored, centered to follow many mammals, birds, and reptiles. Besides, you can enjoy the Sarawak river cruise for a panoramic view of the city and its famous landmarks.
Day 17: Cruising South China Sea
Today will be used to roam the sea when returning to Singapore. You can enjoy your last night dance all night.
Day 18: Singapore
Today you are about to board the port back to Singapore where you can do a little souvenir shopping before stopping on the next leg of your adventure.
Contact of the travel agency:
Hayes & Jarvis Company
III. Best 8 Vietnam Tour Operator
1. Vietnam Tour Booking
Phu Quoc Office: 98 Tran Hung Dao Street, Phu Quoc Island
Address: 67C Ly Nam De Street, Hanoi
Tel: (+84) 946 801 709
2. Asia group tour
Head Office in Hanoi
Address: 34 Hang Tre Street, Hanoi, Vietnam
Tel: (+84) 466 753 999
3. Buffalo Tours
Registered office: 70-72 Ba Trieu Street, Hanoi
Tel: (+84) 438 280 702
Address: 78 Ma May street, Hanoi
Tel: (+84) 439 262 828
5. Red Gecko Travel – Vietnam Tour Operator in Sapa
Address: 05 Xuan Dieu Street, Sapa Town, Lao Cai Province
Tel: (+84) 466 832 177
6. Halong Bay Tours – Vietnam Tour Operator in Halong
Address: 69 Ly Nam De Street, Hanoi, Vietnam
Tel: (+84) 466 833 277
7. Vietnam package travel – Vietnam Tour Operator in Hanoi
Address: 69 Ly Nam De Street, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi
Tel: (+84) 462 567 799
8. Saigon Tourist – Best Vietnam Tour Operator in HCMC
Address: 23 Le Loi Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City
Tel: (+84) 438 292 291