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Experience the richness and contrast of two of South East Asia’s most vibrant civilizations. Beginning in Vietnam, one can take a boat journey through the stunning karst beauty of Halong Bay, retrace the steps of Vietnam’s last emperors in Hue, experience the ancient world charm of Hoi An, and be amazed by the never-ending activity of Ho Chi Minh City. Explore the rich history and vibrant culture of Cambodia in the bustling streets of Phnom Penh and the majestic Angkor monuments. This trip takes you away from the madding throng and deep into the soul of this fascinating area and its equally fascinating inhabitants.
A representative will meet you at Noi Bai Airport and help you with any necessary customs and immigration procedures.
A representative will be waiting for you at the arrivals gate to help you get your Vietnam visa stamped and clear immigration quickly. you will be escorted out of the terminal by a representative who will help you get your bags. Once you’ve collected your bags the Airport Representative will escort you outside to meet your Senior Tour Guide from Asia Travel Mates.
After meeting with your guide, you will ride in a private vehicle to your accommodation. About 45 minutes of driving time is required to reach Hanoi center city.
There is free time for your own relaxation in your hotel.
Learn about Hanoi’s rich history from your own personal Senior guide with Asia Travel Mates. Learn about Hanoi from the eyes of a local and take your time touring the city with the help of a Senior guide from Asia Travel Mates.
Hanoi City Tour will take about seven to eight hours.
Tour Hanoi in a day and visit its highlights as follow:
Go to the Ho Chi Minh complex and find out about the life of a true national hero.
The Temple of Literature was Vietnam’s first National University and is well worth a visit.
Hoan Kiem Lake is a little lake in the middle of Hanoi, but it is the beating heart of the city.
Take a cyclo ride and see the sights and sounds of the Old Quarter from a unique vantage point.
See a classic piece of Vietnamese culture during a water puppet show.
Hanoi City Tour in Detail
Pickup from your hotel is at 8.30 in the morning, and from there you’ll travel to the picturesque Tran Quoc Pagoda on West Lake, as well as the Ho Chi Minh complex, which includes Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum, the final resting place of the Vietnamese great father or Uncle Ho, and President Ho Chi Minh’s stilt house, in which he lived intermittently from 1958 until his death in 1969. One Pillar Pagoda is the next destination; it’s a pagoda and tower complex in the center of a square lake. Once you’ve finished at the pagoda, head over to the Temple of Literature, Vietnam’s first university and a Confucian shrine.
Lunch will be at a local eatery, where you may surely get some of Hanoi’s finest dishes.
In the afternoon, you can visit one of the city’s museums (including the History Museum, the Ethnology Museum, and Hoa Lo Prison, sometimes known as the “Hanoi Hilton”). Old Quarter, also known as the 36 streets, is a lively region of tiny alleyways that is home to literally hundreds of small businesses and shopkeepers. After a refreshing break at Hoan Kiem Lake, visitors can explore Hoan Kiem Lake (Restored Sword Lake) and the nearby Ngoc Son Temple by cyclo. It’s a wonderful spot for adventure and photography.
Later in the day, you may complete your Hanoi city trip with an optional stop to see a fascinating circus Ionah show Hanoi or a unique traditional performance of Vietnam’s own, the Water Puppet Show.
Private Car to Halong Bay, a World Heritage site with 1600 limestone islands, sandy coves, and grottoes (approximately 3,5 hours). Visit the Green Life Centre, which turns Halong Bay trash into usable goods. Learn about the center’s mission from the host and her coworkers, then make a bag from discarded materials.
After check-in in Halong Bay, board your luxury cruise to explore Surprise Cave and Ti Top Island Beach. Stairs access Surprise Cave. The cave’s paths are uneven and slick. Spend the night on a boat under the stars. What better way to meet fellow travelers than a sleepover?
As your luxury cruise across Halong Bay comes to a close, we wish you the best of luck as you bid farewell to the bay and its crew, and the time to continue your travel plan. It’s around a 3.5-hour drive back to Hanoi. Dong Trieu Factory, where locals make beautiful ceramics, is a stop along the road. The Vietnam Fine Arts Museum in the city is worth checking out if you find yourself with some free time this afternoon. The museum is an important resource for preserving and sharing the history of Vietnam’s diverse ethnic groups.
Tonight, you are in for a great surprise from Asia Travel Mates Senior Tour Guide; it’s the ideal time to reflect on your most memorable moments from the Best Vietnam and Cambodia Tour.
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