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After breakfast,transfer by bus to Halong Bay. Board a junk boat for a memorable cruise ride in the mythical Halong Bay. Passing by beautiful landscapes such as Cho Da Islet (Stone Dog Islet), Fighting Cocks Islet, the fishing village of Halong and Dinh Huong Islet (Incense Burner Islet), enjoy a beautiful panoramic view of Halong Bay.
After breakfast, we will head back to Hanoi, and arrive in the late afternoon. Free time to experience the local life. We will spend the night in Hanoi.
After breakfast, fly to Hue, visit the Citadel of Hue, an Imperial Palace reminiscent of the Forbidden City of Beijing, recently classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
After breakfast, get aboard a cruise on the famous Perfume River via Dong Ba market and the Celestial Lady's pagoda to the tomb of Emperor Minh Mang.In the afternoon, visit the village of incense sticks and conical hats, then discover the mausoleum of Emperor Khai Dinh.
After breakfast, transfer by bus to Hoi An and the fishing village of Lang Co, passing through the cloud pass on the way. We will visit the Champa Archaeological Museum and stop by the marble mountain.In the afternoon, we will visit the old town and its fabulous treasures on a walk in the Chinese city and the Japanese city with its narrow streets lined with traditional houses. There is the Quan Cong temple, the Chinese common house Fukinois, the Japanese pagoda bridge, the ancient house of Tan Ky and the port of Hoi An, in Le Day, now classified as a UNESCO world heritage site.
After breakfast, have a free day at the beach of your beautiful hotel to relax, or you can take a walk in the old town and learn about local life.
After breakfast, transfer to the Da Nang airport, and fly to Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon).
After breakfast, we will have time to discover the country's economic capital and visit the old colonial residential districts where we can visit the Town Hall, the Opera House, the Notre-Dame Cathedral built in the 19th century, and take a stroll near the magnificent central station. In the afternoon, discover the Chinese district "Cho Lon" and its impressive Binh Tay market.End your day with a visit to a lacquer factory.
After breakfast, explore a fascinating aspect of Vietnam’s long struggle to free itself from Western control. Begun by the Viet Minh on the outskirts of Saigon in 1945, as shelter from French air raids, these tunnels were expanded in the 1960s by the Viet Cong, who extended them for many miles. Only a small stretch of this network is open to the public, but if you’re venturesome, you may climb down into a tunnel for an up-close look.We will bid farewell to the hustle and bustle of Saigon and travel 70 kilometers south to My Tho to embark on your luxury cruise for a journey along the Mighty Mekong. After a crew warmly welcomes, you can check in to your well prepared staterooms. The afternoon will allow you to have some free time on your private balcony or join our tea time at the open air bar. By dinner, the ship will reach Cai Be. A charming town, famous for its French Catholic church and the manufacturing of traditional crafts and food products.
Each morning, we offer our guests an invigorating Tai Chi class on the sun deck. A sumptuous buffet breakfast is served for the perfect first exploration day in the Mekong Delta. Our morning tour takes you to Cai Be. Cai Be is a rustic town crisscrossed by many water canals. We will go on-shore to visit a workshop and learn how rice paste, rice paper, rice cookies and rice wine are manufactured. Cai Be and its surrounding areas are covered with palm trees, so the region is famous for the production of coconut candies. With our local boat we will continue to explore the lush and green canal network and observe the farmers working in the fields. In the afternoon, we will reach the area of Sa Dec, where we will embark on a traditional local boat and head towards the Binh Thanh Island. This island is one of the larger ones in the vast stream of the Mekong. Some communities have settled here and make their living by growing water hyacinths.
Welcome to the fish sanctuary of Vietnam. Tour around Tan Chau, a pleasant, slow-paced town with a sizable Chinese, Kinh and Khmer community. Once on-shore, we will hop on a “xelois” to explore Tan Chau. A “xeloi” is a local vehicle which is still used as a taxi in this region.Board a local boat and cruise past floating houses and finally reach a floating fish farm. This region is the source of fish production sold all over the world. Here we will get some deep insight on how fish farming works. Sail towards the Vietnamese-Cambodian border, where we will enjoy a leisurely cruise through the deep Cambodian countryside towards Phnom Penh.
Phnom Penh was once called the Paris of the East. Despite its rapid development, it has retained a lot of its rustic charm and elegance. It is an amazing town with centuries of incredible history and culture which can still be felt in its many street corners.Start with a sight-seeing tour by bus and visit the Killing Fields outside the city. The day trip will end with a “cyclo” ride back to the ship through the bustling streets of downtown Phnom Penh.
The cruiser will set sail towards Kampong Tralach on the Tonle River, an amazingly narrow river. Gently gliding through leafy swaths of this jungle-like landscape we will reach Kampong Tralach. Reach the shore by local boat and stop at the “Green School” which is partly supported by Heritage Line. Discover the river life, which is so vastly different than ours - through a local ox- cart ride.Back on land in Kampong Chhnang, we will take minibuses to a rural village nearby for a walking tour. Our guides will introduce you to the village specialties – Khmer style pottery and the making of palm sugar.
Arriving at the island of Koh Oknha Tey, by tuk tuk we will explore the island with its workshops and learn how silk is processed from its source, little silkworms, to a final top quality product made of original Cambodian silk. The ship will sail towards the small Angkor Ban village up in the Mekong River. The Angkor Ban village is famous for its unspoiled community and beautiful, traditional houses. It feels like being transported back a hundred years into an era unaffected by modernity. Villagers are characterized by their unbridled warmth.
Visit the enchanting pre-Angkorian temple of Wat Hanchey, built in the 7th century. This small complex sits on a hill top right on the shore with breathtaking views over the Mekong.In the afternoon, we will head to the tiny, colorful monastery of Wat Nokor. There we might get the chance to interact with some of the monks living in the area. As it is low water season we are able to see a bamboo bridge which connects the mainland to the island. Local communities re-build the bridge every year when the water levels drop.
Disembark the ship for a transfer by bus to the drop off point in Siem Reap. The transfer takes about 4.5 hours. arrive in Siem Reap in the early afternoon, then visit the Rolous Group consisting of Preah Ko, Lo Lei and Ba Kong temples. Then, visit the Kravan, Srah Srang, Banteay Kdei, Mebon Oriental and Pre Rup temples in the afternoon until sunset.
After breakfast, we will spend a full day visiting the majestic gates of Angkor Thom, the monumental temple of Bayon where we will climb up its towers to gain an overall view of the tropical forest, the Baphuon and Phimeanakas mountain temples, and the terraces of the Elephants and the Leper King. We will have lunch at a local restaurant. In the afternoon, we’ll continue our visit of the temple of Angkor Wat, a marvel of balance and architectural perfection.
After breakfast at the hotel, we will continue our visit of Angkor from the charming Banteay Srei, the apogee of classical Khmer art decorated with superb pink sandstone bas-reliefs. In the afternoon, discover the immense maze of Preah Khan, the charming Neak Pan and the mysterious Ta Prohm invaded by the sprawling roots of cheese trees. Then, you will take the overnight flight to your home city.
Arrival in your home city, end of the trip.
After breakfast, we will visit the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum and the One Pillar Pagoda. Then visit the Temple of Literature, In the afternoon, visit the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology Hoan Kiem Lake.At the end of the day, visit the Ngoc Son Temple , old districts. We will attend a water puppetry show, and have dinner at a local restaurant.
After arriving in Hanoi, transfer to the hotel。
Departing from your home city, we will take the overnight flight to Vietnam.
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