Day 1

Arrive at Noi Bai Airport. Pick up and transfer to hotel. Check-in. Overnight in Hanoi hotel. Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, is known for its centuries-old architecture and a rich culture with Southeast Asian, Chinese, and French influences.

Day 2

Morning, you’ll head out with your guide and begins with a visit to Ba Dinh Square to see Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum, the museum to his life and the simple cottage where he lived and worked, along with his “house on stilts” and his final resting place; and take in Hanoi’s famous One-Pillar Pagoda, constructed in 1049 to resemble a lotus blossom. Continue to the Museum of Ethnology, where we’ll learn about the fascinating cultural diversity of this ancient land. Overnight at Hotel.

Day 3

After breakfast you will leave Hanoi for the 3.5-hour journey to Halong Bay, passing through a number of North Vietnamese towns and villages. Upon arrival you will be welcomed aboard your traditional junk; Begin a relaxing and unforgettable cruise around the breathtaking and unique limestone karsts and islets. A spectacular bay, a UNESCO-listed site. After lunch, you will explore some of Halong Bay’s famous caves by bamboo boat or kayaking based on your preference. Return to your junk boat to watch a cooking class or fruits & vegetable carving on sundeck –Then enjoy Sunset Party together, enjoy your dinner and evening activities around the bar. Overnight on cruise.

Day 4

Wake to see the sunrise over the spectacular horizon, reflecting in the pristine waters of the bay, with a cup of tea or coffee. Then join a Tai Chi class on the sundeck if you wish before enjoying breakfast in the fresh air. Continue to sail around this natural wonder. Visit the Sung Sot Cave by walking up about 100 steps to the cave entrance and tour the cave for approximately 45 minutes. Start cruising towards the harbor .you disembark with our tender boat to the Tuan Chau Pier. Return your Hanoi hotel by cruise’s shuttle bus. Then transfer to the airport, then take 2 hours flights to Saigon. On arrival, pick up and transfer to hotel. Check-in and evening free at leisure.

Day 5

Today we continue to discover Saigon’s historic landmarks including the former Presidential Palace which was once headquarters for the Saigon Government during the “American War”, established in September 1975 in Ho Chi Minh City. Planes, tanks, bombs, and helicopters are also on display. Next visit the 1880’s General Post Office and the late 19th century Notre Dame cathedral, located in a peaceful part of the city. Overnight in Saigon.

Day 6

Early morning pick up at your hotel and then depart for Cai Be by minivan via Trung Luong Express Highway, stopping to take photos in Tan An town overlooking the picturesque flat rice fields. On arrival in Cai Be, set off by motorboat to visit the Cai Be floating market and watch the locals trading fruit and many other commodities on board their vessels. Visit a small family business to see how coconut candy and crispy rice popcorn are made. Cycle around the village path with fruit orchards and bonsai garden. Take a boat ride back to Cai Be, take your bus for the trip back to Saigon. Overnight in Saigon.

Day 7

Early morning transfer to the vehicle to go to Siam Reap. Upon arrival, pick up and transfer to the hotel. Overnight in Siem Reap. Siam Reap – Siem Reap, a resort town in northwestern Cambodia, is the gateway to the ruins of Angkor, the seat of the Khmer kingdom from the 9th–15th centuries. Angkor’s vast complex of intricate stone buildings includes preserved Angkor Wat, the main temple, which is pictured on Cambodia’s flag. Giant, mysterious faces are carved into the Bayon Temple at Angkor Thom.

Day 8

Day free at leisure.

Day 9

Angkor Wat is a temple complex in Cambodia and is the largest religious monument in the world, on a site measuring 162.6 hectares. Originally constructed as a Hindu temple dedicated to the god Vishnu for the Khmer Empire, it was gradually transformed into a Buddhist temple towards the end of the 12th century. Visit Southern Gate of Angkor Thom Bayon- late 12th century, Baphuon- middle of 11th century, Terrace of Leper King – end of 12th century, Angkor Wat- first half of 12th century, Ta Prohm- early 13th century; Evening back to your hotel.

Day 10

End of journey.


  • Return airfare Ex –
  • One time visa charges for Schengen
  • Overseas medical insurance ( mandatory )
  • Stay as mentioned.
  • All surface transfer on SIC


  • Any increase in the airfare at the time of issuing tickets
  • Any meals
  • Expenses of personal nature
  • Any other expenses which are specifically not mentioned

Full Name: Socialist Republic of Vietnam
Capital City: Hanoi
Time Zone: +7 GMT & + 1.5 IST
Language: Vietnamese. English is widely spoken
Religion: Buddhism, Taoism, and Confucianism.
Currency: Vietnamese đồng
ROE: 1 USD Approximately makes 23205 /- VND which is Approximately .003 INR
Electricity: 220 Volts
Climate: Vietnam`s Climate can be divided into the tropical and temperate zone. It is characterized by strong monsoon influences, has a considerable amount of sun, a high rate of rainfall, and high humidity that makes it sometimes feel quite uncomfortable.
Shopping: Tailored Clothing. …Elephant Print Pants. …Vietnamese Coffee Grounds and Phin Filter. …Lanterns. …Paintings. …Conical Hat. …Duplicate Luxury Items.
ISD Code: + 84
Airport: If you are going to Vietnam only with the approval letter, you will receive a visa at the airport; you can arrive at only 3 international airports: Noi Bai (Hanoi), Tan Son Nhat (Ho Chi Minh City), Da Nang.
Indian Restaurants:
Namaste Ha Noi – 46 Thợ Nhuộm, Trần Hưng Đạo, Hoàn Kiếm, Hà Nội, Vietnam
Khazaana 1992 indian restaurant– 34 Đường Thành opposite, 67 Đường Thành, Hàng Bông, Hoàn Kiếm, Hà Nội, Vietnam
Zaika Restaurant -13 Hàng Điếu, Cửa Đông, Hoàn Kiếm, Hà Nội, Vietnam


Vietnam is the largest exporter of cashew nuts and black pepper in the world with one-third of the global production.
Legend has it that the peoples of this land originated from a union between an immortal Chinese princess and “The Dragon Lord of the Sea
Their culture is a complex adaptation of Chinese, Japanese, French, and American colonial influences.
The body of their first president Ho Chi Minh (Uncle Ho) was embalmed and is on display in a mausoleum.
Traditional Vietnamese culture revolves around the core values of humanity, community, harmony, and family.
They have a “love market” festival that is observed to commemorate a tragic forbidden love story and to give modern-day ex-lovers a chance to meet on neutral territory.
Water puppetry is a popular art form that dates back as far as the 11th century.
The My Son Sanctuary is a structural display of Hindu tower temples developed over ten centuries.


All Indians do need visas to enter Vietnam. Indians can easily apply for Vietnam visas for single or multiple entry visas with tourist or business purposes, you can get a Vietnam visa extension when you are in Vietnam.
You should apply for a Vietnam visa online as soon as you can to avoid the urgent processing fee. Travelers can arrive and exit Vietnam on any date within this visa duration. So, if you are not quite sure about your date of arrival, just choose someday earlier than your planned arrival date.
Vietnam visa for Indians can be applied to persons at Vietnam Embassy/Consulate in India (traditional way) or in an easier and cheaper way, Indians may apply for a Vietnam visa on arrival online before traveling to get a Vietnam visa stamped at the arrival airport to save time and money
Travel Insurance is advisable.
PDA is strictly NO NO
Dress appropriately …Respect at temples…Use both hands to give & take.
Remove your shoes while entering a holy place.
Negotiate and get a fixed price.
Buy legitimate bottled water Do buy bottled water, but not any bottled water
Ask before you take personal photos
Don’t take photos of any military installations and equipment, it is a breach of national security and you could end up in jail.
Don’t bring up the topic of the Vietnam War which the Vietnamese call the “American war.”
Don’t stop as you cross the busy roads. Frightening as it can be, just keep walking. The traffic will avoid you.
Don’t sit with your feet pointing towards a family altar if you are staying at someone’s house.

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