Vietnam – 5 Nights/6 Days

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  • Vietnam
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  • Unlimited
  • Unlimited
  • Entrance fees
  • Food and drinks
  • Gratuities (optional)
  • Hotel accommodation
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Meals as per Itinerary
  • Speaking tour guide
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Vietnam – 5 Nights/6 Days

Day 1:  Honai Arrival – Half Day City

Arrive at Noi Bai International International Airport and transfer to your hotel for check-in.

In the evening, you will enjoy a leisurely one-hour Cyclo Tour through the streets of this fascinating city. You will come face to face with the daily lives and activities of Hanoi’s streets as you pass through the congested, but delightful, Old Quarter. Ride past the fascinating streets, which still bear the names of the shops that could be found in them in the 15th to 18th centuries.

Overnight in Hanoi.

Day 2: Honai – Halong

Drive from Hanoi to Halong Bay (165 km east of Hanoi) – a World Heritage Area of outstanding natural beauty, and you will experience a rural area dotted with villages, rice fields, and farms providing the many parts of the nation with rice, fruits, and vegetables. Short rest stop en route & you will reach Halong city.

Arrive at Ancora Lounge on Tuan Chau island, board the boat and start your journey. Enjoy welcome drinks during the itinerary and a safety briefing from the Cruise Manager
let the vacation begins with a set lunch as the boat cruises towards the southeast of Halong Bay, passing Fighting- Cock and Finger Islet.
Explore Surprise cave, one of the biggest caves in Ha Long Bay with beautiful stalactites. Swim or hike on Titov Island.

Optional onboard activities like a traditional spa (extra charge) or sunbathing on board. Traditional Vietnamese cooking and fruit carving demonstration on sundeck (or in the restaurant in case of inclement weather) while the boat cruises to the overnight anchorage area.

Overnight on board Ancora Cruise.

Day 3: Halong Bay – Honai

Start your day with a Tai Chi lesson on the sundeck and the vessel weighs anchor to cruise through more of Ha Long Bay. Visit the Luon Cave area by bamboo boat. Disembark at Tuan Chau Marina.

You will visit the beautiful Hoan Kiem Lake and Ngoc Son Temple. Hoan Kiem Lake was already considered the most beautiful lake in Hanoi when Ngoc Son Temple was built on an island in the 19th century. Initially, the temple was called Ngoc Son Pagoda and was later renamed Ngoc Son Temple, since temples are dedicated to saints. Saint Van Suong, considered to be one of the brightest stars in Vietnam’s literary and intellectual circles, was worshipped there along with other National heroes. Afterward, you will explore the famous Dong Xuan Market and Hanoi’s old quarter on 36 streets, where you can purchase souvenirs for your beloved ones.

End the day with a performance of the famous water puppet show. The Vietnamese traditional art of water puppetry has roots that date back to the 10th century when it originated in the Red River Delta area of northern Vietnam. The farmers in the region celebrated festivals and harvests by performing this unique art form. Learning to manipulate the puppets is usually a tradition that is passed on as a family secret. It takes a great deal of skill and because the puppeteer’s hands are underwater, it is easy for them to hide their methods. The fascinating part is that the central stage is below the water line, and the puppeteers stand in the waist-deep water. A rattan curtain hides them, but they can see the stage and the audience through the bamboo slats.

Overnight at Hanoi.

Day 4:  Honai – Fly to Danang

Transfer to the airport for your domestic flight. On arrival at Da Nang International Airport and transfer to Bana Hills.

Ba Na Hills – Golden Bridge – Pass the seashore on Nguyen Tat Thanh Street, one of the most beautiful roads of Danang City and Red Beach, where the French first landed in Danang. Arrive at the Cable car station at the foot of Ba Na Mountain. Enjoy the first leg cable car, which achieves two Guinness World records in 2009, the longest non-stop cable car (5,042m) and the highest non-stop cable car (1,292m). Sitting in the cabin, in midair, looking upon the endless tree line of the forests, brings you spectacular views of the lush jungle and fairly waterfalls along the way. Experience the pristine ecological systems of the Ba Na Mountains will leave you with a sense of unforeseeable discovery.

Visit the Le Jardin, old wineries remains of French Villas and Ling Ung Pagoda with 27m high Buddha statue. We then leave the Le Jardin for the second cable car station to visit the top of the mountain and see the remnants of old villas. Conquer the Peak of Chua Mountain at the height of 1,487m. View the whole of Danang city under the cluster of white clouds. Leave Peak of Chua Mountain, visit the trail of Dreaming Stream, Rainbow Waterfall, Suspension Bridge, Golden Valley, and ruined Opera House, play with wild monkeys and take photos, freely then we return to Cable car station at foot of Ba Na Mountain then transfer back to Danang City.

Overnight stay in Danang.

Day 5: Danang – My Son – Ancient Town In Hoi An – Danang

Drive to My Son, the Imperial City of the Champa empire between the 4th and 12th centuries. My Son Sanctuary is a large complex of religious ruins comprising more than 70 architectural remains and has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. On the way back to Hoian, short stop to visit the Sa Huynh Champa Museum in Tra Kieu.

Arrival Hoian, discover Hoi An – known to early Western merchants, Hoi An was one of the major trading centers of Southeast Asia in the 16th century. Hoi An has a mixed Chinese-Vietnamese atmosphere with low, tile-roof houses and narrow streets. Having been through many ups and downs in the past, the original structures, however, are still virtually intact. That was the reason to persuade UNESCO to recognize Hoi An as a World Heritage in 1999. Besides, the surroundings of Hoi An, especially the countryside, are one of the most outstanding highlights that visitors should experience during their stay in Hoi An. One of the best ways to discover Hoi An and its surroundings is by walking.

During our 4-hour leisurely walk, you will visit some of the historic merchant and community houses, places of worship and famous Japanese Covered Bridge, and the daily life of the local people: green paddy fields, vegetable gardens, markets, temples, historic houses, fishermen and stunning countryside scenes will simply mesmerize you. This tour offers great photo opportunities and you may find yourself chatting with the locals and inhaling unforgettable memories.

Overnight stay in Danang.

Day 6: Danang- Hanoi – Half Day City Tour

Depart at the airport for your domestic flight – On arrival at Hanoi International Airport, our local guide will receive us and transfer us to the hotel for check-in.

You will explore Hanoi city. Visit the Ba Dinh Square, Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum (viewed from outside) (closed on Monday, Friday, and during the entire months of September & October) and his former residence with Humble House on Stilts, One-Pillar Pagoda, and the Temple of Literature, known as the first university of Vietnam and built more than 1,000 years ago.

Note: During the closure of Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum Every Monday & Friday and the whole month of September and October, Tran Quoc Pagoda shall be replaced.

Overnight stay at Hanoi.

Day 7: Hanoi – Departure

Transfer to the airport for your return journey.

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