Phu Quoc Island Travel Guide - If you intend to travel to Phu ...
The beautiful land of Vietnam has become an ideal destination for those who want to celebrate a honeymoon because of its charming coastline, lovely villas and fascinating culture. With the duration of 13 days, you will be taken to all famous landscapes of this S-shaped country from North to South. Along with romantic moments, you will also have unique adventures designed to leave you and your beloved one an unforgettable memory.
Upon arrival in the airport, you will be warmly welcomed and taken to the hotel for check in. The rest of the day is at your leisure. Overnight at the hotel in Hanoi.
Spend all day to explore the city. Highlights include Ho Chi Minh Memorial Complex- an important historical attraction in Hanoi; Ho Chi Minh’s Stilt house where the leader ho Chi Minh spent the last part of his life; One Pillar Pagoda- one of Vietnam’s two most iconic pagodas; West Lake; Tran Quoc Temple- the oldest Buddhist temple in Hanoi and the Temple of Literature which reveals the Hanoians’ spirit of study in the past.
Take a break for lunch with a traditional dish of Pho. You afternoon journey will start with a visit to the Women’s Museum- one of Hanoi’s most overlooked museums and also one of its best. Take a walking tour around Hanoi’s Old Quarter- a popular destination of almost all tourists. Make a stop at a local coffee shop for a cup of coffee. Wrap your afternoon exploration by paying a visit to Ngoc Son Temple located in the middle of Hoan Kiem Lake.
In the evening, enjoy a traditional water puppet show - a great way to learn more about the traditional culture of the charming land. Overnight at the hotel in Hanoi.
After breakfast at your hotel, you will be taken to the train station for a train journey to Hai Duong from which, continue onto Halong where you will arrive in around noon. From Halong wharf, embark on a wooden junk. Enjoy a delightful lunch on board as the ship sails through various islands and limestone karst. Take your time to immerse into the fresh air and watch the scenery goes by. A delicious seafood dinner will be prepared by the experienced chef. Overnight on board.
In the early morning, you could take part in a Tai Chi session on the sundeck to breathe in the fresh air of the bay before enjoy breakfast. You have plenty of time to admire magnificent sunrise while the ship cruises to Luon Cave. You also have chance to visit a fishing village on the bay to get a glimpse of daily local life. Afterwards, cruise back to the harbor and drive back to Hanoi for a flight to Hue. Overnight at the hotel in Hue.
In the morning, take a boat trip on Perfume River to visit Dinh Market; Thien Mu Pagoda- one of the oldest and prettiest religious buildings in Hue and Tu Duc Tomb- one of the most beautiful works of architecture of the Nguyen Dynasty.
Take a short break for lunch at a local restaurant. Your afternoon tour will be continued with a visit to the Imperial City of Hue- one of seven World Heritage Sites of Vietnam. You will have the chance to learn in depth the history of the region with its all sites including Flag Tower, Ngo Mon Gate, Nine Dynastic Ums, Nine Holy Cannons, Thai Hoa Palace and Forbidden Purple City.
Overnight at the hotel in Hue.
This morning, you will be transferred to Hoi An. Along the way, make some a stop at Lang Co fishing village- which not only attracts with its inherent beauty but also with the peace of honest and hospitable local people. Do not miss out Hai Van Pass- one of the most scenic hillside roads in Vietnam and Cham Museum- a graceful building and an eclectic mix of French-colonial architecture and Cham elements. The last stop will be the Marble Mountain- a well-known pilgrimage site with peaks, caves, tunnels and temples.
Upon arrival in Hoian, take a tour around the city with a visit to Japanese Bridge Pagoda- a unique covered structure built by the Japanese. Continue on to Phung Hung Ancient House which is considered the heritage of the town. It is mainly made of wood with unique blending of two different architectural styles: Japanese and Chinese style. You also visit various workshops to have a closer look at the lifestyle of the locals.
After breakfast at the hotel, set off your stunning biking tour. You will paddle along the river banks to a vegetable village. Along the way, you will pass through rice fields, farms and fishing villages.
Upon reaching the local house, you have chance to join a cooking class- a great way to get to know more how to cook Vietnamese meal. Then, enjoy a fabulous lunch with authentic Vietnamese dishes.
Ride back to your hotel through peaceful green countryside.
Today is at your leisure to explore the city on your own. Overnight at the hotel in Hoi An.
In the morning after breakfast, you will be taken to Danang airport for your flight to Ho Chi Minh City. After lunch, set off your haft day city tour. From Ton Duc Thang and Nguyen Hue Avenue, make your way to the Reunification Palace or Independent Palace served as the home and office of the South Vietnamese President during the Vietnam War. Proceed to the Central Post Office and the Notre Dame Cathedral – one of the most popular tourist spots in Ho Chi Minh City with unique and interesting history. End the tour with a stroll around Ben Thanh Market- the most bustling area of the city.
Overnight at the hotel in Saigon.
In the morning, you will be taken to Ham Luong River in Ben Tre town. Upon arrival, you will embark on Mango Cruise. Enjoy a welcome cocktail followed by a delicious lunch on board. Make a stop at the Mo Cay floating market to take in the bustling atmosphere of local people selling and buying various kinds of food from fresh fish, meat to vegetables and other delicacies of the region.
Your boat will continue cruising along the canals. Your next stop will be a village where you will take a short walk to visit a coconut processing factory. There, coconut products like coconut oils and coconut fiber is produced.
After a short tour around the region, head back to the boat for a cold drink and spend time relaxing on deck. Your trip will be continued after lunch. Head down Vung Liem canal to explore traditional brick making factory. Take a bicycle to visit Cao Dai temple and Kh’mer temple- famous historic sites of the region. Then, head back to the boat to cruise to the anchorage in Tra On. After sometime freshening up, you will join a cooking demonstration after enjoying a delightful dinner on board.
Try to wake up early in this morning to visit Tra On floating market to get an insight into the true local life. Make your way to Can Tho. Along the way, you will stop at Cai Rang floating market. Transfer to a smaller boat to mingle with numerous trading vessels. You could stop to buy fruit or drinks from the local boats. After sometime exploring the market, back to your main vessel and relax before disembarking at Ninh Kieu quay in Can Tho. Overnight at the hotel in Ho Chi Minh city.
This morning is spent to visit Cu Chi Tunnels. This is unusual underground tunnel which is used to serve as a shelter, a base for Vietnamese soldiers during wartime. Your excursion will start at the Ben Dinh or Ben Duoc sections- a great way to have a closer look at the life of soldiers in the past.
At noon, head back to Ho Chi Minh city. The rest of the day is at your leisure.
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