Day 1: Vientiane arrival (Breakfast)
On your arrival in Vientiane, you’ll be met and driven to your hotel. You’ll then be free until dinner. Your overnight stay will be in Vientiane.

 

Day 2: Vientiane (Breakfast)
After breakfast, you’ll be picked up to visit the¬†That Luang Stupa, Vientiane’s most sacred shrine. You’ll then visit the Wat Si Saket, Vientiane’s oldest temple and easily the most impressive. In the afternoon, you’ll visit Wat Ong Tu, the Temple of the Heavy Buddha and an important centre of learning and Patuxai, the VictoriaMonument in Vientiane. You’ll stroll around the local market for shopping around. You’ll spend the night in Vientiane.

Day 3: Vientiane/ Prabang (Breakfast)
In the morning, you’ll take the flight to Luang Prabang. On arrival, you’ll be picked up to travel to your hotel. In the afternoon, you’ll visit Wat Xieng Thong, a beautiful temple justifiably described as a scene from an oriental fairytale, and the dazzling. After a climb up the steps to the top of Mount Phousi, you’ll be able to enjoy an good view of Luang Prabang. You’ll spend the night in Luang Prabang.

Day 4: Luang Prabang/Pak Ou/Luang Prabang (Breakfast)
After breakfast at your hotel, the boat leaves Luang Prabang pier at 07:30 am for a cruise along the Mekong River for you to visit Pak Ou Village and Pak Ou Cave, at the mouth of the Nam Ou River, a brief stop is made to observe the traditional process of obtaining local rice alcohol, visit Tam Ting “Cave of a thousand Buddha’s”. You’ll then visit Ban Xanghai (the local Lao liquor production village) and Ban Phanom (the local hand weaving village) before returning to Luang Prabang for your overnight stay.


Day 5: Luang Prabang/Hanoi (via Vientiane) (Breakfast)

After breakfast at your hotel, you’ll then be free until you’ll be picked up to the airport for your flight to Hanoi. Arriving at Noi Bai airport in Hanoi, you’ll be met and driven to your hotel.
17.15: You’ll be picked up to watch the Water Puppet show.
You’ll spend the night in Hanoi.

 

Day 6: Hanoi city tour (Breakfast)
9.00: Pick up at your hotel for your Hanoi city tour.
9.30 – 10.30: Visit Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum, his simple stilt house where he lived
10.30 – 11.00: You’ll visit the Tran Quoc pagoda, the oldest pagoda located on West Lake
11.00 – 12.00: Visit Temple of Literature – the first university in Vietnam
12.00 – 13.15: Lunch at local restaurant
13.15 – 15.30: Visit the Ethnology Museum for an overview of Vietnam’s 54 distinct ethnic
15.30 – 16.15: Visit Ngoc Son Temple and Hoan Kiem Lake, the heart of city.
16.15 – 17.15: You’ll have around 1 hour to walk around the Old Quarter. You’ll drive back to your hotel. You’ll spend the night in Hanoi.

You’ll spend the night on the boat.

Day 7: Hanoi/Ha Long (Breakfast,lunch,dinner) from  the Hideaway.
8.30: You’ll leave for Ha Long Bay, one of the most spectacular UNESCO World Heritage Areas and the world’s largest marine limestone “karst” landscape.
10.00: You’ll take a short break at Hong Ngoc Embroidery workshop.
10.30 – 12.00: You’ll continue driving to Ha Long Bay.
12.00: You’ll board your boat, a wooden junk built from the model of the old Vietnamese court vessels. It will take you first to the World Heritage area where you’ll visit Amazing Cave and a famous beach in Ha Long Bay. You’ll be able to swim, fish, climb a hill for an overview of the Bay’s remarkable seascape.Kayak 1 hour to “Luon”cave. All your meals will be provided on board, usually based on fresh seafood.

If you don’t like seafood during this trip, please let us know what you like so we can arrange for you.

Day 8: Ha Long/Hanoi/Ho Chi Minh City (Brunch)
7.00: Swimming & doing Tai-chi
8.00 – 8.30: You’ll venture into some of the sea level caves in a small sampan.
8.30 – 11.45: You’ll spend the morning cruising Ha Long Bay, followed by brunch just before docking to the harbour.
You’ll then be escorted to the airport for your flight to Ho Chi Minh City. When you arrive, you’ll be picked up to your hotel.
You’ll spend the night in Ho Chi Minh City.

Day 9: Ho Chi Minh City tour (Breakfast)
8.30: Your car and driver will come to take you for your Ho Chi Minh City tour
8.30 – 10.30: You’ll be driven to visit History Museum, an exhibition of the 5th century Oc Eo civilisation.
10.30 – 12.00: You’ll visit the Museum of War Remnants provides a very partial, but riveting, perspective of the American War
12.00 – 13.15: Lunch will be served at the local restaurant
13.15 – 14.00: You’ll visit Centre Post Office with colonial building and the Cathedral Church.
14.00 – 14.45: Drive to visit the Jade Emperor Temple. It’s one of the best Taoist temples in Vietnam
14.45 – 17.00: You’ll have approximately two hour to visit the Ben Thanh market, one of the liveliest areas of Ho Chi Minh City and a visit to lacquer workshop.
You’ll spend the night in Ho Chi Minh City.

Day 10: Ho Chi Minh City/Vinh Long/Can Tho (Breakfast, Lunch)
8.30 – 10.30: Drive to Vinh Long, a city famous by the Mekong River and floating market
10.30 – 15.30: You’ll cruise to visit Cai Be floating market, fruit orchards, some traditional cottage industries. You’ll have a lunch at one of the local family and have a shot show of traditional music in Mekong Delta which is operated by the local people.
15.30 – 16.00: You’ll have time to wonder around the fruit market to buy some kind of famous tropical fruit such as banana, pomelo, dragon fruit and so on.
16.00 – 17.30: You’ll be driven further into the Mekong Delta to Can Tho where you’ll spend the night.

   

Day 11: Can Tho / Chau Doc (Breakfast, Lunch)
8.00 – 10.45: You’ll have breakfast at your hotel and then be picked up to Ninh Kieu Harbour.
You’ll then take about two hour boat trip to cruise along the Mekong River to Cai Rang and Phong Dien floating markets. You can enjoy the Mekong rural lifestyle.
10.45 – 14.00: You’ll take the high-speet boat to Chau Doc. You’ll check in your hotel and free in the evening in a town on the border between Vietnam and Cambodia.
You’ll spend the night in Chau Doc.

Day 12: Chau Doc/Phnom Penh (Breakfast)


Day 13: Siem Reap (Breakfast)
7.00 – 7.30: Breakfast at your hotel. You’ll then take a high-speet boat again to Phnom Penh.
On arrival in Phnom Penh, you’ll be picked up to visit Silver Pagoda, National Museum, Royal Palace and Ounalom Monastry and join sunset cruise on Mekong Rivers. You’ll spend the night in Phnom Penh.

In the morning, you’ll take the flight to Siem Reap. On arrival at Siem Reap airport, you’ll be picked up by our driver to check in your hotel. You’ll then visit the Temple complex, of which Ankor Wat is a key element. You’ll begin with a visit to Ankor Thom, starting with the Bayon, a bizarre structure of several architectural changes reflecting a switch from Hinduism (the foundations) to Buddhism (the superstructure). Your next visit will be to the Elephant and Leper King Terraces followed by the Baphoun Temple, which is now nearing the end of an eight-year multi-million dollar restoration programme. Afternoon visits to some of the outer sites including Takeo, a five-tiered pyramid, Sras Srang Lake and landing terrace and Prasat Kravan (also known as the Cardomom Sanctuary). Overnight in Siem Riep.

Day 14: Siem Reap (Breakfast)
A full day to explore the grand circuit with visits to Pre Rup and East Mebon, both built in the tenth century, Ta Som, an unrestored temple, and Neak Pean, a Himalayan-style lake and sanctuary. In the afternoon, you’ll explore Angkor Wat itself, the largest, and for most people, the most impressive temple in the complex after which you can watch the sunset from the top of Phnom Bakheng Hill. You’ll spend the night in Siem Riep.

Day 15: Siem  Reap departure (Breakfast)
You’ll be picked up to the airport for your international departure flight.

About Price: This is a private tour and the price per person varies and depends on many aspects, such as your group size, the hotel ratings and your departure date. If you want to get a tailor made price quote for this tour or any similar tours, please kindly drop us an email or fill out the online inquiry form and give us as much information as possible about your trip. Our online travel advisors will be at your service.

Hotel / Group size

2 pax

3 pax

4 pax

5 pax

6 pax

7 pax

SS

3 star hotel

$2,886

$2,511

$2,398

$2,321

$2,277

$2,183

$394

4 star hotel

$3,330

$2,976

$2,883

$2,794

$2,763

$2,660

$830

5 star hotel

$4,491

$4,104

$4,018

$3,925

$3,897

$3,779

$1,960

 

Tour price in US$, valid until 31 December 2017 

NOT valid in Chinese Lunar New Year Period , 30 April & 01 May and 02 September Surcharge for compulsory festive meals at hotel is not included

Hotel Categories/Regions

3 star 4 star 5 star
Phnom Penh  Cradamom (standard)  Sunway (dlx)  Naga World (dlx)
Siem Reap  Angkor Holiday (sup)  Angkor Paradise (dlx)  Sokha Angkor (dlx city view)
Vientiane  Manoluck (standard)  Villa Santi Hotel & Resort (dlx)  MaisonSouvanaphoum (garden view)
Luang Prabang  Lao Orchid (standard)  Mercure (sup)  Settha Palace (dlx)
Ha Noi  Moon View (sup)  Silk Path (dlx)  Sofitel Metropole (premium)
Ha Long  Phoenix Cruise (dlx)  Bhaya Cruise (dlx)  Ginger Cruise (Jasmine Premium)
Ho Chi Minh  Lan Lan 2 (sup)  Liberty Central (dlx)  Majestic (Sup Colonial)
Can Tho  Saigon РCan Tho (sup)  Kim Tho (dlx)  Victoria Can Tho (sup)
Chau Doc  Chau Pho (sup)  Chau Pho (dlx)  Victoria Chau Doc (sup)

¬† What’s included ? Local speaking English tour guide/s (other languages upon requests) All accommodation on twin share basis with daily breakfast Meals indicated in the itinerary All transfer & transports by private A/C coaches or cars Sightseeing as indicated entrance fees and permits International airfares: Vientiane – Luang Prabang; Luang Prabang ‚Äď Hanoi, Phnom Penh – Siem Reap Vietnam domestic flights: Hanoi – Ho Chi Minh City Domestic airport tax in Vietnam