Vietnam and Angkor Discovery 15 Days


$2,599.00

Hanoi, Halong Bay, Da Nang, Hoi An, Hue, Ho Chi Minh City, Mekong Delta, Siem Reap

Tour Highlights:

Vietnam:

  • Experience a full-day guided tour of Hanoi City, including Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum and the 'Hanoi Hilton'
  • Take an overnight traditional junk cruise through Halong Bay
  • Stroll through the peaceful ancient streets of Hoi An
  • Tour Hue City, the former capital of Vietnam and location of the impressive Imperial City
  • Immerse yourself in the vibrant city life of Ho Chi Minh City
  • Savour the rural delights and local lifestyles of the Mekong Delta
  • See the remnants of the Vietnam War at the Cu Chi Tunnels

Cambodia:

  • Visit the largest, best preserved, and most religiously significant of the Angkor temples
  • Enjoy lunch with locals at Kompong Kleang floating village
  • Explore free time at leisure in Siem Reap city

Vietnam is filled with stunning natural beauty and deep culture. Its mountains, jungles, and coastlines range from virtually untouched to well-groomed. Rural communities remain authentic and hospitable, and major cities are cosmopolitan but retain much of the old-world charm of the colonial and precolonial eras.

This medium-paced tour covers some of the best historical and cultural sights Vietnam has to offer, while also providing plenty of free time for you to relax or explore further. From the peaceful capital city of Hanoi to the stunning natural beauty and emerald waters of Halong Bay; from the ancient streets of Hoi An to the to the rural charm of the Mekong Delta; from the vibrant city life of Ho Chi Minh City to the poignant Cu Chi Tunnels, there’s so much to explore and discover!

The glory of Cambodia: Having survived centuries buried by jungle and the years of terror under the Khmer Rouge, the temples of Angkor are now one of the world's great attractions. The Khmer empire was based around a vast network of temples and reservoirs around today's Siem Reap town. 'Angkor' is the name now given to the city, and Angkor Wat (pictured above) is its most famous attraction. It is composed of as much stone as the pyramid of Cheops in Egypt, and yet it's decorated throughout with intricate carvings of Hindu cosmology and Khmer history. Yuan-dynasty diplomat Zhou Daguan, who resided in Angkor from 1296-97, wrote that the wealth of the city rivalled that of imperial China.

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2020

Minimum no. 10 passengers per departure

2020

Twin Share Per Person

All prices are in AUD

Single Supplement

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22 Feb* 16 May 12 Sep From
$2,599
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07 Mar 13 Jun 17 Oct
21 Mar 25 Jul 14 Nov
22 Apr 22 Aug
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2021

Minimum no. 10 passengers per departure

2021

Twin Share Per Person

All prices are in AUD

Single Supplement

Triple Share Unavailable

27 Feb 19 Jun* 16 Oct From
$2,599
+$999
20 Mar* 24 Jul 13 Nov
17 Apr 21 Aug
15 May 11 Sep
* = Peak Season Surcharge $200 per person

 

Itinerary (2020)

Print itinerary

  • Day 1: Australia Hanoi

    Fly to Hanoi via connecting cities. On arrival at Noi Bai International Airport, you will be greeted by your guide and transfer to your hotel. Hanoi is over 1000 years old and is currently the capital of Vietnam, as well the commercial, political, and cultural heart of the country.
    Note: Your flights may depart the day before.

  • Day 2: Hanoi

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

    Optional Activity: Water Puppet Show and Hanoi Street Food Tour

    Visit the infamous Hoa Lo Prison – the ‘Hanoi Hilton’. Those incarcerated at Hoa Lo included Pete Peterson, who became the first US Ambassador to a unified Vietnam in 1995, and the late Senator John McCain, the Republican nominee for the US presidency in 2008.

    Next, visit the Temple of Literature, the first university in Vietnam, built for the sons of mandarins (high government officials). Then it’s on to West Lake and Tran Quoc Temple, the oldest Buddhist temple in Hanoi, which is located on a small island near the southeastern shore of the lake.

    After lunch, visit Ba Dinh Square, where Ho Chi Minh read Viet Nam’s Declaration of Independence on 2 September 1945. Visit Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum (reminiscent of Lenin’s Mausoleum in Moscow) from the outside, and Ho Chi Minh’s House, a modest residence from which he led the country until his death in 1969. Then, explore the ancient ’36 Meandering Streets’ of Hanoi’s Old Quarter. You may watch the stunning Water Puppet Show and relax yourself with some local street food and fresh homemade beer (at your own expense) before returning to hotel.

    Note: Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum is only viewable from outside if your visit is on a Monday or Friday, and from 5th September to 5th November due to annual maintenance. Rules regarding dress and behaviour are strictly enforced by staff and guards. Legs must be covered (no shorts or miniskirts).

  • Day 3: Hanoi Halong Bay

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    Travel by coach to Halong Bay and take a boat trip to explore one of the world’s great natural wonders, cruising the thousands of limestone islands filled with caves of all shapes and sizes. The sails of junks and sampans gliding along the clear and emerald waters of the bay form a magnificent picturesque scene that blends with the sky. You also get a chance to visit some of the hidden grottoes beneath the towering cliffs. A seafood lunch and dinner will be served on board the charming junk. Stay overnight on board.

  • Day 4: Halong Bay Hanoi Da Nang Hoi An

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

    Enjoy the aquamarine waters of the bay at its best as the junk continues to cruise quietly through spectacular limestone formations. Disembark from the junk at noon and transfer to Hanoi airport for a short flight to Da Nang. On arrival, you will be picked up and transferred to Hoi An, an ancient town recognised as a World Cultural Heritage site by UNESCO. Check into your hotel in Hoi An.

    Note: In the event that insufficient seats are available for the Hanoi to Da Nang flight, you may instead fly from Hai Phong to Da Nang.

  • Day 5: Hoi An

    Meals: Breakfast

    Optional Activity:

    • Evening Cultural Stage Show – Lune Production (with pre-show cocktail & Vietnamese tasting platter); or
    • Evening Cultural Stage Show – Hoi An Memories Show (with pre-show cocktail & Vietnamese tasting platter)

    You will be escorted by our local guide to discover Hoi An by walking tour through the narrow streets of this charming town. Perhaps more than any other place in Vietnam, Hoi An retains the feel of centuries past. Once known as Faifo, Hoi An was an influential port along the Silk Road. For over 500 years merchants from China, Japan, France, and Portugal settled in the prosperous town resulting in a distinctive blend of culture, cuisine, religions and architecture. In 1999, the town was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The rest of the day is at your own leisure.

    You may join either one of the optional activities (at your own expense) – Evening Cultural Stage Show – Lune Production (with pre-show cocktail & Vietnamese tasting platter) or Evening Cultural Stage Show – Hoi An Memories Show (with pre-show cocktail & Vietnamese tasting platter).

    Note: If Lune Production is not available, you will instead watch the Hoi An Memories Show.

  • Day 6: Hoi An

    Meals: Breakfast

    Optional Activities:

    • Photography Foodie Tour – Hoi An At Dawn; and/or
    • Fishing Village & Waterways Eco-Tour; or
    • Ba Na Hills & Golden Bridge Tour

    This morning, you will visit the Réhahn Museum, to view the ‘Precious Heritage Collection’, by French Photographer Réhahn. This work focuses on the endangered cultural heritage of Vietnam’s 54 ethnic minority groups, attempting to document their rapidly-changing ways of life. Afterwards, you have free time at leisure, or you may enjoy the following optional activities (at your own expense):

    Optional Program:
    – Photography Foodie Tour – Hoi An At Dawn
    – Fishing Village & Waterways Eco-Tour
    OR
    – Ba Na Hills & Golden Bridge Tour

  • Day 7: Hoi An Hue

    Meals: Breakfast

    Optional Activity: Full Royal Dinner in Hue

    Depart Hoi An to Hue City (the driving takes about 3 hours excluding stops). Along the way, you will have the opportunity to stop en route to take pictures at Lang Co Beach. Hue City, during the Nguyen Dynasty (1802 – 1945), was the political, economic and cultural capital of Vietnam and its historical monuments were recognised as a World Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO since 1993. On arrival, you will take a boat trip to Thien Mu Pagoda – a historic pagoda on the banks of the Perfume River in Hue, Vietnam. Apart from their scenic riverside and hilltop location, the Thien Mu Pagoda and its environs are also rich in history, standing witness to almost four hundred years of tumultuous nation-building in Vietnam. Then travel to the centre of Hue city to visit the massive Kinh Thanh Citadel, comprised of the Imperial City, several museums, lakes, and lovely gardens, all laid out in a series of concentric circles.

  • Day 8: Hue Ho Chi Minh City

    Meals: Breakfast

    Enjoy the morning at your own leisure (time permitting) before transferring to the airport for your direct flight to Ho Chi Minh City. On arrival, transfer to visit the imposing Dong Khoi Street (formerly Catinat street) before going to the Notre Dame Cathedral. This is the most famous landmark in Vietnam, as the twin bell towers can be seen from a great distance. In the same square is the famous Saigon Post Office, the largest functioning post office in Vietnam. Continue on to visit Reunification Palace, the palace of the presidents of South Vietnam before 1975, and the War Remains Museum, where you can learn about the Vietnam War. At the end of the day, visit Ben Thanh Market before returning to your hotel.

  • Day 9: Ho Chi Minh City Mekong Delta

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

    Depart with our guide and driver for a scenic drive through the Mekong Delta, home to the richest agricultural lands in Vietnam. On arrival at My Tho City, take a boat trip on the Mekong River to fishing villages and Dragon, Unicorn, Turtle and Phoenix Islands. Crossing the Mekong River, you’ll cruise along a small canal to see the daily life of locals in Bến Tre Province, visiting Quới An bee farm and handicraft workshop to enjoy some honey-tea and see how people make things from coconut wood. Take a horse-cart along country roads to visit fruit orchards, enjoy tropical fruit and listen to traditional music. Then, take small sampans back to your cruise to ‘Coconut Village’ for a coconut candy workshop and tasting. Visit Phoenix Island for a rice-paper workshop, then return by boat to My Tho and then by road back to Ho Chi Minh City. Enjoy the rest of the day free at leisure.

  • Day 10: Ho Chi Minh City Cu Chi Tunnels Ho Chi Minh City

    Meals: Breakfast

    Optional Activities:

    • Lunch at Hoi An Sense Restaurant; and/or
    • Dinner Cruise on Saigon River

    After breakfast, we visit the amazing Cu Chi Tunnels, a well-known historical vestige of the Vietnamese revolution. This cobweb-like tunnel complex is a network of underground dug-outs over 200 km long, consisting of many layers and turnings with meeting, living, and fighting quarters where we learn firsthand how the Viet Cong survived their extraordinary underground existence during the Vietnam War. Visit a lacquerware factory on the way back to the city, and then enjoy the remainder of the day at leisure in Ho Chi Minh City.

  • Day 11: Ho Chi Minh City Siem Reap

    Meals: Breakfast

    After breakfast, transfer to the airport and fly to Siem Reap in Cambodia. Your expert guide will meet you and transfer you privately to your hotel. Enjoy the rest of the day free at leisure. This is your opportunity to experience (optional at your own expense) the world-renowned Phare Circus, where young local dancers and acrobats enact Khmer folk tales and modern stories. Developed by the charity Phare Ponleu Selpak, this performance expresses the history, challenges, and resilience of the people of Cambodia.

  • Day 12: Angkor Ancient City

    Meals: Breakfast

    Today you will visit the largest, best preserved, and most religiously significant of the Angkor temples. Angkor Thom covers an area of 10 square km. Enclosed by a wall and wide moats, the city includes many of Angkor’s most popular sights. Enter by the monumental South Gate over a causeway lined on either side by statues of demons and gods, each carrying a giant naga (a mythical serpent symbolising the transition from the mundane to the sacred world). Continue to the Terrace of the Elephants and the Terrace of the Leper King, former spaces for public ceremonies that are both adorned with dramatic bas-relief carvings. Visit the ruined Baphuon, Royal Enclosure and Phimeanakas, before continuing to the mysterious Bayon Temple. In this temple, one of the most popular and compelling in Angkor, explore the galleries of beautifully preserved bas-reliefs and ascend narrow stairs to reach the central sanctuary, where giant stone Buddha faces smile enigmatically down from every angle.
    Visit Ta Prohm temple, one of the most popular attractions of Angkor as much of the jungle has not been cleared and it looks very much as most of the Angkor monuments would have appeared when European explorers first stumbled across them. Continue your visit to Angkor Wat, the Crown Jewel of Khmer architecture. Angkor Wat is the national symbol and the highlight of any visit to Cambodia.

  • Day 13: Siem Reap Kompong Kleang Siem Reap

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

    After breakfast, you will be transferred to Kompong Kleang floating village. This is a settlement of over 20,000 people where houses tower up to ten meters above the water. Greeted by waves of the friendly locals, here you can glimpse Cambodia’s rural culture and traditional family lifestyle through a nice boat trip. Enjoy a picnic lunch with the locals in Kompong Kleang, then transfer back to Siem Reap and enjoy free time at leisure or for shopping.

  • Day 14: Siem Reap Australia

    Meals: Breakfast

    Transfer to the airport for your flight home via connecting cities.

  • Day 15: Australia

    Arrive home today.

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Itinerary (2021)

Print itinerary

  • Day 1: Australia Hanoi

    Fly to Hanoi via connecting cities. On arrival at Noi Bai International Airport, you will be greeted by your guide and transfer to your hotel. Hanoi is over 1000 years old and is currently the capital of Vietnam, as well the commercial, political, and cultural heart of the country.

    Note: Your flights may depart the day before.

  • Day 2: Hanoi

    Meals: Breakfast

    Optional Activity: Water Puppet Show and Hanoi Street Food Tour

    Visit the infamous Hoa Lo Prison – the ‘Hanoi Hilton’. Those incarcerated at Hoa Lo included Pete Peterson, who became the first US Ambassador to a unified Vietnam in 1995, and the late Senator John McCain, the Republican nominee for the US presidency in 2008.

    Next, visit the Temple of Literature, the first university in Vietnam, built for the sons of mandarins (high government officials).

    Then, we visit Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum (reminiscent of Lenin’s Mausoleum in Moscow) from the outside, and Ho Chi Minh’s House, a modest residence from which he led the country until his death in 1969.

    Then, explore the ancient ’36 Meandering Streets’ of Hanoi’s Old Quarter. You may watch the stunning Water Puppet Show followed by a Hanoi Street Food Tour (at your own expense).

    Following the Water Puppet Show, your guide will be on hand to give you insights into the various Hanoian foods found along the way. Typical Hanoian snacks such as pillow cake and fried sweet cakes are a must try. This area is filled with food vendors tending steaming vats of Vietnamese noodle soup with chicken (pho ga), a famous north Vietnamese dish. After experiencing Hanoi’s insatiable demand for pho, sample Vietnam’s second most popular food – bun cha – BBQ pork noodle, a very famous dish of Hanoi. Try your hand at bargaining before heading off to Beer Corner in the Old Quarter for a cold glass of local beer (bia hoi), made fresh each day.

    Note: Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum is only viewable from outside if your visit is on a Monday or Friday, and from 5th September to 5th November due to annual maintenance. Rules regarding dress and behaviour are strictly enforced by staff and guards. Legs must be covered (no shorts or miniskirts).

  • Day 3: Hanoi

    Meals: Breakfast

    Optional Activity: Private Tour of Ninh Binh and Tam Coc

    Free day at leisure to explore Hanoi at your own pace.

    You may join an optional Private tour of Ninh Binh and Tam Coc. Ninh Binh is set in the heart of the the River Delta where vast rice paddies and lotus flower lakes are surrounded by towering limestone mountains and pristine evergreen forests. Then, relax and unwind in Tam Coc where a skilled rower will guide you down a slow journey through winding rivers and canals.

  • Day 4: Hanoi Halong Bay

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    Travel by coach to Halong Bay and take a boat trip to explore one of the world’s great natural wonders, cruising the thousands of limestone islands filled with caves of all shapes and sizes. The sails of junks and sampans gliding along the clear and emerald waters of the bay form a magnificent picturesque scene that blends with the sky. You also get a chance to visit some of the hidden grottoes beneath the towering cliffs. A seafood lunch and dinner will be served on board the charming junk. Stay overnight on board.

  • Day 5: Halong Bay Hanoi Da Nang Hoi An

    Meals: Breakfast

    Enjoy the aquamarine waters of the bay at its best as the junk continues to cruise quietly through spectacular limestone formations. Disembark from the junk at noon and transfer to Hanoi airport for a short flight to Da Nang. On arrival, you will be picked up and transferred to Hoi An, an ancient town recognised as a World Cultural Heritage site by UNESCO. Check into your hotel in Hoi An.

    Note:In the event that insufficient seats are available for the Hanoi to Da Nang flight, you may instead fly from Hai Phong to Da Nang.

  • Day 6: Hoi An

    Meals: Breakfast

    Optional Activity:

    • Evening Cultural Stage Show – Lune Production (with pre-show cocktail & Vietnamese tasting platter); or
    • Evening Cultural Stage Show – Hoi An Memories Show (with pre-show cocktail & Vietnamese tasting platter)

    You will be escorted by our local guide to discover Hoi An by walking tour through the narrow streets of this charming town. Perhaps more than any other place in Vietnam, Hoi An retains the feel of centuries past. Once known as Faifo, Hoi An was an influential port along the Silk Road. For over 500 years merchants from China, Japan, France, and Portugal settled in the prosperous town resulting in a distinctive blend of culture, cuisine, religions and architecture. In 1999, the town was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The rest of the day is at your own leisure.

    You may join one of the following optional show Evening Cultural Stage Show – Lune Production (with pre-show cocktail & Vietnamese tasting platter) or Evening Cultural Stage Show – Hoi An Memories Show (with pre-show cocktail & Vietnamese tasting platter) (at your own expense).

  • Day 7: Hoi An

    Meals: Breakfast

    Optional Activities:

    • Photography Foodie Tour – Hoi An At Dawn; and/or
    • Ba Na Hills & Golden Bridge Tour

    Free day at leisure to explore Hanoi at your own pace.

    You may join the following optional activities Photography Foodie Tour – Hoi An At Dawn or Ba Na Hills & Golden Bridge Tour (at your own expense)

  • Day 8: Hoi An

    Meals: Breakfast

    Optional Activity:

    • Fishing Village & Waterways Eco-Tour; or
    • Cooking Class and Boat Tour + Head and Shoulder Massage; or
    • Cham Island Snorkeling and Swimming Tour

    Free day at leisure to explore Hanoi at your own pace.

    You may join one of the following optional activities Fishing Village & Waterways Eco-Tour or Cooking Class and Boat Tour + Head and Shoulder Massage or Cham Island Snorkeling and Swimming Tour

  • Day 9: Hoi An Danang Ho Chi Minh City

    Meals: Breakfast

    Transfer to Danang Airport for your flight to Ho Chi Minh City. Enjoy the rest of the day at leisure exploring this city.

  • Day 10: Ho Chi Minh City Cu Chi Tunnels Ho Chi Minh City

    Meals: Breakfast

    Optional Activity: Dinner Cruise on Saigon River

    After breakfast, we visit the amazing Cu Chi Tunnels, a well-known historical vestige of the Vietnamese revolution. This cobweb-like tunnel complex is a network of underground dug-outs over 200 km long, consisting of many layers and turnings with meeting, living, and fighting quarters where we learn firsthand how the Viet Cong survived their extraordinary underground existence during the Vietnam War. Visit a lacquerware factory on the way back to the city, and then enjoy the remainder of the day at leisure in Ho Chi Minh City.

  • Day 11: Ho Chi Minh City Siem Reap

    Meals: Breakfast

    After breakfast, transfer to the airport and fly to Siem Reap in Cambodia. Your expert guide will meet you and transfer you privately to your hotel. Enjoy the rest of the day free at leisure. This is your opportunity to experience (optional at your own expense) the world-renowned Phare Circus, where young local dancers and acrobats enact Khmer folk tales and modern stories. Developed by the charity Phare Ponleu Selpak, this performance expresses the history, challenges, and resilience of the people of Cambodia.

  • Day 12: Angkor Ancient City

    Meals: Breakfast

    Today you will visit the largest, best preserved, and most religiously significant of the Angkor temples. Angkor Thom covers an area of 10 square km. Enclosed by a wall and wide moats, the city includes many of Angkor’s most popular sights. Enter by the monumental South Gate over a causeway lined on either side by statues of demons and gods, each carrying a giant naga (a mythical serpent symbolising the transition from the mundane to the sacred world). Continue to the Terrace of the Elephants and the Terrace of the Leper King, former spaces for public ceremonies that are both adorned with dramatic bas-relief carvings. Visit the ruined Baphuon, Royal Enclosure and Phimeanakas, before continuing to the mysterious Bayon Temple. In this temple, one of the most popular and compelling in Angkor, explore the galleries of beautifully preserved bas-reliefs and ascend narrow stairs to reach the central sanctuary, where giant stone Buddha faces smile enigmatically down from every angle.
    Visit Ta Prohm temple, one of the most popular attractions of Angkor as much of the jungle has not been cleared and it looks very much as most of the Angkor monuments would have appeared when European explorers first stumbled across them. Continue your visit to Angkor Wat, the Crown Jewel of Khmer architecture. Angkor Wat is the national symbol and the highlight of any visit to Cambodia.

  • Day 13: Siem Reap Kompong Kleang Siem Reap

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

    After breakfast, you will be transferred to Kompong Kleang floating village. This is a settlement of over 20,000 people where houses tower up to ten meters above the water. Greeted by waves of the friendly locals, here you can glimpse Cambodia’s rural culture and traditional family lifestyle through a nice boat trip. Enjoy a picnic lunch with the locals in Kompong Kleang, then transfer back to Siem Reap and enjoy free time at leisure or for shopping.

  • Day 14: Siem Reap Australia

    Meals: Breakfast

    Transfer to the airport for your flight home via connecting cities.

  • Day 15: Australia

    Arrive home today.

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Inclusions

Inclusions:

  • Return economy class airfares departing Sydney or Melbourne Vietnam Airlines or China Southern Airlines, China Airlines, Thai Airways, Malaysia Airlines or similar Chinese/Asian Carriers
  • Vietnam internal airfares
  • 12 nights hotel accommodation (twin/double) plus 1 night on board during your Halong Bay cruise
  • Round trip airport & hotel transfers
  • Daily meals as indicated
  • Coach transportation and all transfers
  • English speaking tour guide(s)
  • Government taxes and service charges

Exclusions:

  • Prepaid tipping: $140 pp
  • Vietnam visa
  • Cambodia visa application fee (US$25 pp on arrival)
  • Travel insurance (strongly recommended)
  • Personal expenses & anything optional

Price Guide:

  • Airline Upgrade^: Qantas, Cathay Pacific or Singapore Airlines from $500 subject to availability & applicable fare difference
  • Interstate Surcharge: Brisbane/Adelaide $300, Perth $300 (flights may be via Sydney/Melbourne)
  • Stay Behind/Early Arrival Surcharge: From $250
  • Pre/Post Tour Accommodation (inc. breakfast): From $150/room/night (twin share), $150/single room/night
  • Child Price: Same as adult

Please note:

All prices are per person, subject to availability & applicable fare difference.

^ = International long haul sectors only, subject to availability.

Optional Activities

A list of in-depth optional activities recommended to add another dimension to your trip.
 

Optional Activities (2020):

Water Puppet Show & Hanoi Street Food Tour $75 pp

Evening Cultural Show – Lune Production OR Hoi An Memories Show $110 pp

Sunrise Photography Foodie Tour $160 pp

Fishing Village & Waterways Eco-Tour $110 pp OR Ba Na Hills & Golden Bridge Tour $165 pp

Full Royal Dinner in Hue $95 pp

Lunch at Hoi An Sense Restaurant $55 pp

Dinner Cruise on Saigon River $70 pp

Phare Circus in Siem Reap $95 pp

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Optional Activities (2021):

Water Puppet Show & Hanoi Street Food Tour $75 pp

Private Tour of Ninh Binh and Tam Coc $180 pp

Evening Cultural Show – Lune Production OR Hoi An Memories Show $110 pp

Sunrise Photography Foodie Tour $180 pp

Ba Na Hills & Golden Bridge Tour $170 pp

Fishing Village & Waterways Eco-Tour $110 pp OR Cooking Class and Boat Tour & Head and Shoulder Massage $80 pp OR Cham Island Snorkeling and Swimming Tour $155 pp

Dinner Cruise on Saigon River $75 pp

Phare Circus in Siem Reap $95 pp

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Extend Your Trip

Arrive Early

Sapa Trekking 4 Days

From $699 pp

Sapa is one of the most breathtaking hill stations in Vietnam, and retains the signature of French architecture and colourful minority cultures. This is home to stunning mountain landscapes, verdant rice terraces, unique stilt villages and Fansipan – ‘the Roof of Indochina’.

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Stopover

Hong Kong Stopover 3 Nights from $489 pp

Upgrade your flights to Cathay Pacific or Qantas Airways to book this package

Once a sleepy fishing village, Hong Kong has developed into one of the premier financial powerhouses of the Far East. It is a city which boldly blends modernity with Chinese heritage and British colonial influence. A safe, well organised, fast paced shopping paradise, it also offers up some unmatched cuisine experiences.

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Singapore Stopover 2 Nights from $399 pp
Upgrade your flights to Singapore Airlines or Qantas Airways to book this package

Singapore is loved as a ‘hot’ destination, full of contrasts inside a small area. The food culture is diverse; Chinese, Indian and Malay dishes such as stir-fried noodles, roti chennai, and laksa are well known. You will see hundreds of different street foods in Chinatown.

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Accommodation

Location
Hotel Name
Local Rating
Notes
Hanoi Hotel Le Carnot or similar
Halong Cruise Bai Tho Cruise or similar
Hoi An Hoi An Garden Palace & Spa or similar
Hue Park View Hotel Hue or similar 2020 itinerary only
Ho Chi Minh City Silverland Central or similar
Siem Reap Seam Siem Reap Hotel or similar