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AVL104[For 2018][Private] Highlights of Vietnam 9 Days - From South To North (Standard Class)

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    Central Post Office

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    Opera House

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    Opera View

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    Central Post Office

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    Reunification Palace

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    Reunification Palace

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    Reunification Palace

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    Ho Chi MinhCai Be

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    Cu Chi Tunnels

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    Hoi An Street

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    Hoi An Street

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    Hoi An Street XICH LO

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    Hoi An Street

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    Hoi An Hoi Quan Quang Trieu

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    TU DUC TOMB

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    TU DUC TOMB

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    Hue Tourist Street

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    Hue Tourist Street

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    Hue Hai Van Pass

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    Ha Long Bay

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    Ha Long Bay

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    Ha Long Bay

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DURATION

9 Day 8 Night

VISITING

Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City), Mekong Delta, Danang, Hoi An, Hue, Halong Bay, Hanoi

OVERVIEW

Visiting the vibrant and bustling capital city Saigon. Visiting the charming town of Hoi An. Visit Hue, Vietnam former feudal capital during Nguyen Dynasty. Cruise through famous Halong Bay and enjoy unique landscape.



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  • 8-night accommodation in the 3-Star hotels with breakfast
    Round-trip airport/hotel transfers specified in the itinerary
    All domestic air tickets (SGN-DAD and HUI-HAN / Economy Class)
    Transports by van, mini-bus, and/or coach
    English speaking tour guide
    Meals in the itinerary
    Admission fees to sites listed in the itinerary

Price does not include

  • Round-trip International air ticket
    Visa fee
    Travel insurance
    Meals and drinks (unless specified in the itinerary)
    Service beyond the itinerary
    Personal expenses throughout the tour
    Gratuities (optional, not required)
    Single supplement charge : $215
* Please advise that inclusion/exclusion details can vary depending on departure dates.

Special Feature

* The tour requires a minimum of 2-adult participants to be committed to guarantee departure.
* Price listed is per person, based on double occupancy and subject to availability.
* Child rate applies only when sharing a room with 2 paying adults.
* Single supplement charge is for a single traveler or any odd number requesting single room occupancy.
* High Season surcharge may apply depends on your travel date. Please double check your final price with your travel agent.
* Some blackout dates may apply without notice. We will let you know the possibility at the time of booking.
* The itinerary/accommodation is subjected to change due to unexpected local circumstances.
DAY
1

Arrive in Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City)

After arrival at Saigon International Airport, you will meet up with your guide and then drive to the famous Cu Chi Tunnels and revisit about Vietnam's courageous past. Cu Chi was part of the bitter battleground for many years during the Vietnam-American War. Visitors cannot miss a visit to this "underground village", an intricate network of over 200km-long tunnels at Ben Duoc, 75km from Ho Chi Minh City. Enter a short segment of this labyrinth of interlaced tunnels and you will see the cunning and ingenuity of the local people. After the tour, transfer to the hotel check-in and the remaining day is at leisure on your own.

● Accommodation: Sonnet Hotel or Similar (3-Star)

  • MealMeal Breakfast : Not included Lunch : Not included Dinner : Not included
DAY
2

Saigon → Mekong Delta → Saigon

After breakfast, proceed to the amazing Mekong Delta and experience life on the mighty Mekong River. On board a public boat, sail to the Cai Be Floating Market, in the heart of the Delta. Wholesalers on big boats moor here, each specializing in different types of fruit and vegetables. Continue through small canals and stop at Mekong river islands where you will visit fruit orchards and the local cottage industry. Afterwards, return to Vinh Long and drive back to Saigon. After the tour, transfer to the hotel and spend the remaining day at leisure.

● Accommodation: Sonnet Hotel or Similar (3-Star)

  • MealMeal Breakfast : Hotel meal Lunch : Not included Dinner : Not included
DAY
3

Saigon → Danang → Hoi An

After breakfast, in the morning join a half-day Saigon city tour. Ho Chi Minh City also known as Saigon is Vietnam"s largest city with a growing population of around 8 million. This is a city on-the-go 24 hours a day, where everybody seems to be busy either buying, selling, studying, working or just enjoying themselves. Despite the fact that modern high-rise buildings have begun to dominate the skyline in recent years there are still many fine examples of French colonial architecture in Ho Chi Minh City. The city tour will give you a general view of a developing city. You will get to know its history and culture with stops at the War Remnants Museum and at the Reunification Palace. See other places of interest such as the Notre Dame Cathedral (closed for renovation until 2019, but still possible to admire its beauty from outside), the Central Post Office, Opera House and the City Hall. Take the rest of the time for shopping activities around Dong Khoi Street and Ben Thanh Market. Transfer directly to the airport for your flight to Danang and fly from Danang Airport to Hoi An Airport. Upon arrival, met and transferred to the hotel for check-in and spend the remaining day at leisure on your own.

● Accommodation: Kim An Hotel or Similar (3-Star)

  • MealMeal Breakfast : Hotel meal Lunch : Not included Dinner : Not included
DAY
4

Hoi An

Hoi An is an ancient trading post of seafaring Chinese, Japanese and European merchants. This picturesque town with colorful shops and temples was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999. After breakfast, start your walking tour at the Culture and History Museum where you will learn about the history of this charming and peaceful town before walking around the Market regarded as more authentic than many other markets in Vietnam"s big cities. Walk along the main street to the Chinese Assembly Hall of Fujien Chinese community. The hall, built in 1697, was used as the worship place dedicated to Thien Hau (the Goddess of the Sea or Holy Mother) and also the meeting place for the Fujien Chinese community. Continue to the riverbank along narrow streets - on both sides are old houses transformed into beautifully decorated shops with colorful lanterns in different shapes. Next stop is to see the Japanese Covered Bridge built in the early 17th century by Japanese traders who settled eventually in the town. The special pagoda-shaped bridge is now the official symbol of Hoi An. Finish with a visit to a historic old house. In the afternoon embark on a public boat for a visit of Cam Kim a small carpentry village. One can watch the locals buildingfishing boats and furniture using techniques dating back to as early as the 18th century. Continue to the pottery village of Thanh Ha, where clay objects for the everyday use are produced. After the tour, transfer to the hotel and spend the remaining day at leisure on your own.

● Accommodation: Kim An Hotel or Similar (3-Star)

  • MealMeal Breakfast : Hotel meal Lunch : Not included Dinner : Not included
DAY
5

Hoi An → Danang → Hue

After breakfast, in the early morning we will transfer you to Hue. Stop en route for a visit of Danang's Cham Museum. The museum houses probably the best collection of Cham art in the world. More than 300 artifacts, many dating to the 4th century are waiting to be explored. On the way to Hoi An you'll pass the Hai Van Pass. Hai Van pass means in Vietnamese the pass of ocean clouds. It is located on Highway 1 between Danang and Hue. One can see a spectacular stretch of scenery where mountains seem to fall into the sea. In the past, Hai Van Pass was the site of the historic struggle between several nations in the region (Kingdoms of Champa, Vietnam, Laos, etc.). You will start with a relaxing boat ride on the perfume river to the Thien Mu Pagoda and then continue to the Tomb of Emperor Minh Mang. The Thien Mu Pagoda was created in 1601 and is one of the most famous architectural structures in Vietnam. The most striking feature is the 21m-high octagonal tower, the 7-storeyed Phuoc Duyen Tower. The tower has become the unofficial symbol of Hue. The Tomb of Emperor Minh Mang is perhaps the most majestic of the Royal Tombs, built for Minh Mang who ruled from 1820-1840. Upon arrival in Hue, hotel check-in and spend the remaining day at leisure on your own.

● Accommodation: Rosaleen Boutique Hotel or Similar (3-Star)

  • MealMeal Breakfast : Hotel meal Lunch : Not included Dinner : Not included
DAY
6

Hue → Hanoi

After breakfast, in the morning you will start your half-day city tour of Hue. Hue was Vietnam's feudal capital from 1802 to 1945 under the Nguyen dynasty. It is widely known for the magnificent architecture of its citadels, palaces, royal tombs, pagodas and temples set in a poetic background of greenery on the banks of the Perfume River. All were laid out in harmony with nature and in accordance with the principles of Geomancy or Feng Shui. The Tomb of Tu Duc is one of the most beautiful works of royal architecture of the Nguyen Dynasty. In a sprawling lush pine forest 8km (5 miles) from Hue, this tomb is the final resting place of Emperor Tu Duc (1848-83) who enjoyed the longest reign of any monarch of the Nguyen dynasty. The construction of the tomb started in December 1864 and was completed in 1867. Visit the Old Imperial Citadel, which construction begun in 1805 on the northern bank of the Perfume River. Within the Imperial Enclosure is the Forbidden Purple City, which used to be the living quarters of the King. With more than 100 buildings such as palaces, temples and fortresses, the Citadel is one of the most interesting places to visit in Hue. After the tour, transfer to the airport and catch your flight to Hanoi. Upon arrival, met and transferred to the hotel for check-in and spend the remaining day at leisure on your own.

● Accommodation: Moon View Hotel or Similar (3-Star)

  • MealMeal Breakfast : Hotel meal Lunch : Not included Dinner : Not included
DAY
7

Hanoi → Halong Bay

After breakfast, transfer to Halong Bay in the morning. Halong Bay is one of the most magnificent scenic spots in all of Vietnam and was recognized as a world natural heritage site by UNESCO in 1994. Halong is a picturesque bay with almost 2,000 islets rising from the clear emerald waters of the Gulf of Tonkin. Cruise for 2 days in the tranquility of Halong Bay. You will overnight on board.

● Accommodation: Garden Bay Cruise or Similar (Deluxe Room)

  • MealMeal Breakfast : Hotel meal Lunch : Local Food Dinner : Local Food
DAY
8

Halong Bay → Hanoi

Continue cruising and disembark in the late morning. Afterwards, return to Hanoi for hotel check-in by vehicle and spend the remaining day at leisure on your own.

● Accommodation: Moon View Hotel or Similar (3-Star)

  • MealMeal Breakfast : Local Food Lunch : Not included Dinner : Not included
DAY
9

Hanoi → Depart to next destination

After breakfast, you will start the half-day Hanoi city tour. With a millennium-long history, Hanoi is a city of lakes, shaded boulevards and public parks dotted with French-style buildings and historical monuments. The city center is an architectural museum piece, retaining the air of a quaint and peaceful provincial town, contrary to the fast-paced atmosphere of Saigon. During the half-day city tour, you'll see cultural and historical highlights, comprising the Ho Chi Minh Complex (Mausoleum from the outside only), One Pillar Pagoda, Temple of Literature and the Old Quarter. The tour gives you time for shopping and socializing with local people. In the afternoon we will transfer you to Hanoi International Airport for your flight to next destination.

  • MealMeal Breakfast : Hotel meal Lunch : Not included Dinner : Not included

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