This package tour will bring you to the land of beautiful landscapes and hospitable people located in the Indochina peninsula including Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia. In each country, you are expanded your knowledge to understand the lifestyle, customs and habits of people there. Besides, you will admire many amazing scenes, many structures with cultural and historic values.
No. Room: 105
Address: Sakkarine Road, Ban Wat Sene | PO Box 681, Luang Prabang 40000, Laos
Day 2 :
Ha Noi capital > Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum > Ho Chi Minh’s stilt House > One Pillar Pagoda > Quan Thanh Temple > Tran Quoc pagoda > Temple of Literature > Museum of Ethnology > Hoan Kiem lake
Visit Hanoi’s water puppets theatre to attend a performance of the traditional show.
Day 4 :
Ha Noi capital > Ha Long Bay > Thien Cung cave
Overnight on private junk
Trip Prices Include : - Full transportation by private car or bus as tour program indicated. - Half board as indicated in the itinerary ( B= Breakfast, L = lunch ) - International flight : Siemreap - LuangPrabang, Hochiminh - Siemreap - 2 domestic flights with airport taxes : Hanoi - Hue ; Danang -Hochiminh - English or French - speaking guide - Full Entrance fees. - Private Boat trip in Halong Bay, Perfume River, Nhatrang, Tiengiang river in Mytho - Private Boat in MeKong in Laos and Tonlesap in Cambodia. - Twin-share accommodation with daily breakfast; ( AC room)
Trip Prices Do Not Include : - International Airport taxes in Cambodia, Laos - Exclude visa on arrival at Cambodia (USD 20. per pax) - Exclude visa on arrival at Laos (USD 30. per pax) - Exclude visa on arrival at Vietnam (USD 50. per pax) - Exclude international air ticket & airport tax from Siem Reap with airport tax of 25$) - International air ticket to Vietnam/Out Laos - Drinks and personal expenses and other meals not mentioned on the program.
Indochina countries ( Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia ) share a common cultural heritage yet possess their own unique personalities and histories as well. The French ruled this area, collectively known as Indochine, from the late 1800’s through the mid-20th century. The French influence still remains in some areas, mingling with the cultural influences of China and India.