Home to numerous sea-side destinations and glittering nightlife, Vietnam has become a fun capital for the ones looking for thrill and peace, both at a single place. This tour will take you to a beautiful country which is rich in culture and will make sure that you enjoy every second of the trip. You can make your way to hidden caves, floating fishing villages, small beaches and the limestone karst, with the help of a tour guide.
As you arrive at the international airport in Ho Chi Minh City, you and your partner will be transferred to the hotel. The rest of the day is at leisure and you can take your partner on long romantic walks throughout the city and savor some of the delicious local cuisine.
Enjoy the romantic atmosphere on a boat cruise along the Mekong River and take in the scenic sights all around. Stop at the local orchard and feed each other some of the exotic fruit and pay a visit to a coconut candy workshop. Next, enjoy a horse-cart ride and then head for a sampan cruise along My Tho canals and gaze at the stars in the sky while holding your beloved’s hand. Next, proceed for a lunch at a stilt restaurant on Turtle Island and then head back to Ho Chi Minh in the afternoon.
Visit Cham Museum for a glimpse into the ancient period of Champa Kingdom. When you have absorbed the history, get transferred to the hotel in Hoi An and complete check-in formalities. Rest of the day is at your disposal to enjoy the way you want. You can enjoy an optional visit to local attractions like Marble Mountains, Son Tra (Monkey) Mountain, Dragon Bridge, and My Khe Beach. If time allows, you can also go shopping and buy home souvenirs.
Wake up to a lovely breakfast and set off to explore this carefully preserved ancient city, which is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Traverse through the well-maintained streets and houses of the city, while exploring its hotspots like the Chinese Temple, Tan Ky Chinese-style trading house, and Japanese Bridge.
After sightseeing, savor a delectable lunch at a restaurant. Once refueled, jazz up your vacation with a pleasurable cruise along the Thu Bon River.
Catch your flight to Hanoi and land in this lovely city dotted by oriental pagodas, French colonial architecture, serene lakes, and lush tree-lined boulevards.
Visiting Hanoi and missing out on a cyclo ride is a no-no. While enjoying a ride, visit the old quarter, followed by a sumptuous dinner in the French Quarter.
Visit to Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum. From here, you will move to visit One Pillar Pagoda, President Palace, Temple of Literature, and Tran Quoc Pagoda.
Once you have enjoyed the city tour, savor a lovely lunch, followed by a visit to Hoa Lo Prison Museum. Later, set off to delight in an exceptional traditional Vietnamese Water Puppet Show.
Savor a toothsome breakfast and be prepared for an exciting day ahead that will take you to the exotic environs of Halong Bay as per your Vietnam holiday package. Once you reach, delight in a calm cruise that takes you across the spectacular bay. Halt at the limestone caves and marvel at the nature’s artwork. Board the cruise again to refuel yourself with a scrumptious seafood for lunch.
Enjoy a delicious breakfast on the last day of this honeymoon in Ho Chi Minh. Go shopping for some last-minute souvenirs with your beloved and then complete all your checking out formalities. You will be transferred to the international airport in Ho Chi Minh City to board the flight back home.
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Vietnamese Dong (VND) is the official currency of Vietnam. This money was formerly known as Ho Chi Minh money, because most of the front of the paper money is printed in Ho Chi Minh City and especially when used to distinguish it from other currencies that have been released before. In Vietnam, the same name is called “dong”. There are lots of places to exchange currencies and you will find them very easy. You can convert currencies in all banks in Vietnam or Online currency exchange services.
Yes, the Indian tourists are required to obtain a visa before their departure to Vietnam. You can apply for a Tourist Visa to Vietnam from India via one of the two possible options: apply for Vietnam E-Visa or visa on arrival with free Vietnam visa letter provided by us.
Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam so there are a lot of activities which you could enjoy: join a free walking tour to explore local life, go around for shopping, discover this city with a cyclo tour, visit local pagodas and temples or taste delicious Street food or Special food that only have in Hanoi like a beer or egg coffee near Hoan Kiem Lake, etc
Vietnam is over 1,000km (600 miles) in length and has 3 main areas from North to South, each region has different weather during the year. So normally, you could travel to Vietnam all year around. While North & Central of Vietnam (Hanoi, Halong Bay, Sapa, Hue, Danang, Hoian) will be cool from Oct to Mar, the other months will be warm. However, our South of Vietnam (Ho Chi Minh, Phan Thiet, Vung Tau, etc) will be warm all year around. Sep to Dec will be rainy season in our Central area, especially Hue. Contact us and our best Travel Consultants will suggest you the best time to see the destinations as you wis
Once you visit Vietnam, you will find out that there are thousands of souvenirs waiting for you to buy. Ao dai, Non la – Conical hat, wooden clogs, Vietnamese embroidery, lacquer ware, and other teas, spices can be easily taken home from Vietnam. However, items such as snake wine, raw meat, or any illegal material can’t be taken out of our country.
Well Yes, You can change the accomodation before the final confirmation of the tour. It can be customised as per your preference. Our team will be there to assist you to get the best.
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