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Unwrap the secrets of Vietnam and Thailand 14 days

Vietnam and Thailand - two countries are full of beautiful landscapes, elegant architecture and abound with stories and mysteries what continue to unfold. This 14-day Vietnam Thailand Tour will introduce you to amazing karst and caves, ancient temples of meditative bliss, colorful streets of tasty food and unknown art all around. Let's unwrap the secrets with our private superb local guides who will lead you through seven fascinating destinations. Including two luxury cruises, this is a journey of history, heritage, wild landscapes, and cultural connections.

Tour Included

  • Private door-to-door pick-up & drop-off services
  • All private transportation
  • Accommodation shared in Double room with daily breakfast
  • All domestic flights
  • Experienced English speaking guide
  • Private boat trip as per tour
  • Meals as stated in the itinerary (B: Breakfast; L: Lunch; D: Dinner)
  • All sightseeing tickets
  • Tissues and water on coach
  • Vietnam Visa On Arrival pre-approved letter Services charges and government tax
  • Exclusive and personalized single agent/single customer service
  • No extra charge after services confirmation 24/7 hotline support guaranteed   

Tour Excluded

  • International flights & departure taxes if any
  • Personal expenses, tips, and gratuities
  • Travel insurance Beverage Peak season or public holidays surcharge (if any)
  • Vietnam visa stamp fee (US$ 25 & 1 passport photo for each person)
  • Other services not mentioned above 

Tour Plan

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Day 1: Hanoi – Touching Down in Vietnam (D)

On arrival of Hanoi, you will be welcomed by the private tour guide and be transferred to the hotel by private car. Then, start your amazing venture into Hanoi where the narrative goes far beyond just period in history, the rice noodle (Pho Vietnam) simmer on fragrant market-stalls, and the iconic buildings of the French colonial architecture speak of a much older past. Our private tour guide will also introduce you to Hanoi's Old Quater - an ideal place to soak your senses into what this 1000-year-old city is all about.
No specific activity is designed for today, you can free at leisure discovering the city. Your guide will be able to customize your plans accordingly

Today, you will have several choices to discover the locals' livé and the legends of Hanoi, including riding a scooter, discovering on wheels, take a cyclo tour, or simply walking. In the early morning, as you travel around Hoan Kiem Lake, you will see the locals perform tai-chi. Cafe terraces peer out onto daily life as you enjoy diving into a deeper exploration of Hanoi. Listen to stories from a local trader, take a walk down Soviet Lanes, savor a bowl of pho, and try joining the crazy busy traffic line on the streets. These local encounters help to narrate a country's history that is often misunderstood and gives yous insight into a city that is proud to protect its tradition.
Of course, along the way, you will visit many famous tourist attractions such as Temple of Literature, Tran Quoc Pagoda, Ba Dinh Square, Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, Hoa Lo Prison, Thang Long Citadel, and so on.

The world praise it as a new seven wonder, but the local people call it Bay off the Descending Dragon. You probably know it as Halong Bay, and it's home to many jagged peaks, islands, and islets rising from the emerald water.

On this journey, you will spend two days, one night discovering Halong Bay and then Bai Tu Long Bay. Embark on Emperor Cruise - the luxury 5-star boat inspired by the royal life of Bao Dai Emperor - the last king of Vietnam and his wife - Nam Phuong Queen. You will cruise around and travel through the karst landscape as the panoramas seem to keep stretching forever. Them, disembark at incredible grotto caves and descend into a murky underworld. You will also explore Hon Co Island and Co Cave (Grass Cave, also known as Thien Canh Son).

After one day discovering the bay, sit back on the deck as the sunset colors bounce off the limestone. Savor the romantic beauty of the bay with a cocktail in hand when your boat enjoys the solitude between the karst peaks. After an A la carte dinner, you can spend time discovery the boat as it has a unique floating library of Emperor Bao Dai. You also opt for trying the Vietnamese Royal customs or take part in our tea ceremony

Hue - the Vietnamese imperial capital had been decimated during the war, especially the tet Offensive in 1968. However, this city has been revitalized and retained the grace of a past era. Hue allures the tourists with its charming beauty, the peaceful atmosphere, the royal culture, and royal culture belongings.

Along the Perfume River, you will travel with stops to visit the tombs of Tu Duc, Khai Dinh, and Minh Mang with such elegance in their design. You will also visit Thien Mu Pagoda which has been the subject of folk rhymes and ca dao about Hue. This journey is also your chance to see what has left behind in what used to be known as the Forbidden City and see where the battle-lines were drawn during the war.

To learn more about Vietnamese Culture, you can opt for embarking on the dragon boat, savoring the beauty of the city while listening to the Vietnamese Chamber Music. And don't forget to enjoy the Hue Royal Cuisine with dozens of sophisticated dishes

Vietnamese landscapes often appear as if from a dream, and now your eyes can drink in a patchwork of rice paddies and villages above the South China Sea. The drive from Hue to Hoi An is perhaps the most impressive of any in the country, especially as you are able to traverse Hai Van Pass. Make a stop at villages and lagoon on the route, and savor some local foods before heading to Hoi An - the ancient town in Central Vietnam. Fully protected as a World Heritage Site, this tranquil town is a wonderful place for strolling at leisure.
Sit back on the cafe terraces, peer out some colorful tailor shops, wander around the local market, take a picture with beautiful lanterns, and go down to the waterfront where your hotel is perched amid the history.

Hoian has enough interesting things for you to discover in several days. You can travel by bicycle or cyclo as well, which can take you out along the city's surrounding fields and canals. If you like something more energetic, take part in our tour to the coconut forest, visit Tra Que village and experience to be a farmer and fisher in one day. You also can admire and even join the crazy Vietnamese boat dances.
On the third day in Hoian, expect to try plenty of Vietnamese coffee, savor some of the country's best local delicacies, and join a cooking class.

Today, you will be transferred from Hoian to Danang Airport for a flight away from Vietnam to Bangkok - Southeast Asia's bustling hub. Full of hidden charm and redolent scenes, the streets in Bangkok are totally different from those ones in Hoi An and Hue. Tuk-tuk honks, light flash, and people rush by, yet beneath what initially feels like chaos is a world of local sights and flavors.

Late afternoon is the time when this city really go alive and the best time to soak your senses into what is happening. Join a half-day city tour to visit the illuminated Grand Palaces to Ratchadamnoen Avenue. Sit down at a famous Bangkok restaurant and look out on the city, stroll the flower market and listen to the excited chatter that overflows from the stalls. Return to your hotel along the river, lights flashing all around before they subside and the silence of your riverside hotel takes over.

Including both the famous and the unknown, today’s tour will sink your senses into the metropolis. Starting your day by joining monks at Wat Saket and giving alms before admiring the beauty of gold temples. With a drive-through old Bangkok, you will make a visit to Wat Ratchabophit, an old Taoist temple, and later on the Grand Palace. Continue your trip to a floating market where flowers fill the boats and that telltale sound of nattering traders fills the air.

Today will be your chance to venture into rural Thailand as you will take a houseboat to travel away from the bustle and hustle of Bangkok. The cityscape gives way to rolling countryside. The cityscape gives way to rolling countryside, and the concrete jungle gives up its place for teak houses, temples rising on the riverbank as vestiges to the past. Your first stop is at the Temple of Dawn where you will explore the royal boat collection at a large museum, and admire the life unfold along the river bank. Then, visit Ayutthaya - the capital of the Kingdom of Siam. The houseboat docks outside Wat Bang Na temple, and your dinner is served on the deck, surrounded by sunset and a sense of history.

Spend today exploring Ayutthaya - the historic city dating back to 1350 but had mostly been abandoned since the 18th century when it's razed by the Burmese. Ayutthaya attracts people with palaces, Buddhist temples, monasteries, and statues, all of which are ready to be explored but only after you meet the monks of Wat Bang Na for a blessing to future journeys.

Relive ancient history with your guide, and then spend the night back on board, the boat moored beside another temple, Wat Niwet Thammaprawat. Dinner is a regal affair, including many of the dishes from Ayutthaya’s time.
 

Begin your today journey with Niwet Thammaprawat, which was inspired by European Gothic styles, then the royal mansions at Bang Pa-In palace which has the unique design blended European, Chinese and Thai influence. Traveling onwards, you will find one of Thailand’s lesser-known stories, its vineyards. Then, wander the vines, savor sweeping views towards Khao Yai - the final destination of today's journey.

Today, you will leave the park for Bangkok Airport for your homebound flight, taking back memories of the best of Thailand and Vietnam.

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