What does “dream come true” look like? A country nestled in the southern part of Eastern Asia is known for its peaceful and serene environment. Once haunted by the bloodshed and strife of the Vietnam War, the streets of the country in its current avatar buzz with youthful energy. To the traveler in you, in search of hope and rejuvenation, you’ve surely landed in the right place!
Vietnam welcomes you wholeheartedly.
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.
Visit Notre Dame Cathedral, and the historic Central Post Office. Next travellers can enjoy visiting the Reunification Palace, and the War Remnants Museum.
Towards the evening, pay a visit to the Cu Chi Tunnels that are located nearly 60 kms away from the city. Watch a short introductory video understand how the tunnels were constructed. Spend an hour exploring the 200 kms of the underground city that were housed by these tunnels, during the war. These tunnels had functioning living quarters, hospitals, storage facilities, command centres and weapon factories inside them.
Enjoy a boat ride through the Bai Dinh natural canal, bordered by houses on stilts and fruit plantations. Stop at Tortoise Island for enjoying a delicious lunch served in the heart of the orchard.
Next on your Cambodia-Vietnam itinerary is to enjoy a boat ride through the Tan Thach canal in Ben Tre, where coconut trees sway with the wind. Pay a visit to a local family business, which will take you closer to the idyllic rural lifestyle of the villagers.
Visit Thoi Son island, where you can enjoy wandering through the fruit plantations and go on a row boat ride along the canals.
Upon arrival, leave for the Angkor tour directly from the airport. First stop on this Angkor tour would be Angkor Thom, a 12th century temple, followed by South Gate that is famed for the huge statues that depict the churning of the ocean.
Next, pay a visit to the Bayon Temple, which is has 54 towers that are decorated with 200 smiling faces of Buddha. Next on the itinerary is the Elephant Terrace, the Terrace of the Leper King, and the Royal Enclosure.
Towards the afternoon, visit the most famous temple of the complex, Angkor Wat, which is spread across 81 hectares. It is a famed example of classic Khmer art and architecture.
After you wind up day 4 of your Cambodia-Vietnam itinerary, it is time to enjoy a traditional Khmer Dance Show along with a delicious dinner.
Embark on a walking tour through Banteay Kdei and Ta Prohm, which are famed as the jungle temples. The tour will take approximately two hours, and will take you to the local villages of Ta Phrom.
Towards the afternoon, enjoy exploring the Preah Khan temple, the ancient walls of which are actually being held together by overgrown trees. Return to your hotel after an eventful day, and enjoy a relaxing overnight stay.
Early morning, after a leisurely breakfast, a car will pick you up from Siem Reap to take you to Phnom Penh. On reaching the hotel, rest and relax for a while. You have the remaining day at leisure, so you can utilise that time to explore the nearby attractions.
After a hearty breakfast, embark on a tour of Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia. The charming city welcomes you with its incredible marvels. The first stop on this Vietnam and Cambodia tour would be Tuol Slend Genocide Museum, followed by the National Museum. Witness the grandeur of classic Khmer art and sculpture, from the 9th to 15th century. In fact, some of the artifacts are from the 4th century.
Explore the private quarters of the Royal Palace, home to the royal family, and the Silver Pagoda, the most sacred temple of Cambodia.
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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