Cambodia & Vietnam Highlights

Cambodia & Vietnam Highlights

Package Duration
11 Days / 10 Nights
Destination Covered
Cambodia - Vietnam

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  • Package Includes :
    • All Accommodations As Mentioned With Daily Breakfast.
    • All Meals As Noted In The Itinerary (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
    • Airport Transfers And Ground Transportation In Private Air-Conditioned Vehicle
    • All Entrance Fees, Boat Rides, Service Charges, And Taxes As Mentioned In Tour Program
    • Services Of English-Speaking Local Guide And Drivers (One Place – One Guide)
    • Bottled Water On The Vehicle For Included Transfers & Sightseeing.
    • Internal Flights As Mentioned: Siem Reap - Saigon (Economy Class)
    • Domestic Flights As Mentioned: Saigon – Danang & Danang - Hanoi (Economy Class).
    Package Excludes :
    • Vietnam Visa Arrangements (A Visa To Vietnam Is Compulsory For Almost All Nationalities And Need To Be Processed In Advance)
    • Round Trip International Airfares To & From Our Destinations.
    • Other Domestic/ Internal Air Transportation
    • Other Meals Not Noted In The Itinerary
    • Camera/Video Entrance Fees
    • Items Of A Personal Nature Such As Liquor, Laundry And Phone Calls
    • Excess Baggage Charges
    • Tips & Gratuities (Suggestion For Local Services As Restaurants, Boat Ride, Driver And Guide)
    • Trip Cancellation, Travel Delay Or Baggage Insurance.
    • Travel Insurance (*)
    • Charges Incurred As A Result Of Delays Beyond The Control Of Senses Journeys
    • All Other Services Which Are Not Mentioned In Including.

  • Day 1: Siem Reap Arrival

    Upon Arrival On Flight Xxx At Xxx, When You Leave The Airport Terminal Please Look For A Tour Guide Displaying A Welcome Signboard With Senses Journeys Logo And Your Name, You Will Be Met By The Guide And Transferred To Your Hotel.
    Please Note That Hotel Check In Time Is From 1400. Early Check In Is Subject To Hotel Availability And With Extra Fee.
    In The Afternoon, Visit The Artisans D’angkor. Artisansd’angkor Was Established In 1992 In Order To Support Cambodian Arts And Crafts, And To Help Young People Find Work In Their Local Villages By Continuing The Practice Of Traditional Arts. Among The Workshops Available For Visit Are Wood And Stone Carving, Wood And Stone Lacquering, Gilding, And Silk Processing.
    Included Meals: None
    Accommodation In Siem Reap.

    Day 2: Siem Reap Visit

    After Breakfast, Visit Srahsrang, Banteay Kdei, Chau Say Tevoda, Tommanon And The Fabulous Ta Prohm Temple, Embraced By The Roots Of Enormous Big Trees And Gigantic Creepers.
    In The Afternoon, Continue To Visit "Big Circuit" Comprising The Temples Of Prerup, East Mebon, Neakpoan And Preah Khan.
    Included Meals: Breakfast
    Accommodation In Siem Reap.

    Day 3:

    After Breakfast, Explore The South Gate Of The Great City Of Angkor Thom, The Famous Bayon Temple, The Baphoun, The Terrace Of Elephants And Terrace Of The Leper King.
    In The Afternoon, We Concentrate Our Attention On The Great Magnificent 12Th Century Angkor Wat Temple. The Day Ends With A Spectacular Sunset At Phnom Bakheng.

    Day 4: Siem Reap - Saigon

    Breakfast At Hotel And Free At Leisure.
    Transfer To Airport For Flight To Saigon.
    Vietnam Airlines Or Cambodia Angkor Air: Tba
    On Arrival Saigon, Transfer To Hotel & Rest Of The Day Is Free At Leisure.
    Included Meals: Breakfast
    Accommodation In Saigon.

    Day 5: Full Day Saigon Highlights Visit - Cu Chi Tunnels

    Enjoy A Two Hour Drive Northwest Of Saigon, Through Urbanized Areas And Typical Lush Southern Vietnamese Countryside, To The Famous Cu Chi Tunnels. The Incredible Underground Tunnel Network Was Constructed By Vietnamese Resistance Fighters (Viet Cong) During Their Long Struggle For Independence. The Tunnel Complex Was Initially Started In 1948 To Protect The Viet Cong Guerrillas From The French Air And Ground Sweeps. The Tunnels Also Served As Communication Routes, Storage Facilities For Food And Weapon Caches As Well As Hospitals And Living Quarters For Guerrilla Fighters Throughout The American War. A Visit To The Underground Villages Will Provide A Better Understanding Of The Tunnels’ History, The Hardship Of Life In The Tunnels And The Vietnamese Resilience During Combat.
    Return To Saigon For Own Lunch (Own Account).
    Saigon Is The Country’s Commercial Centre And, With Over Nine Million Inhabitants And Five Million Motorbikes, A City That Never Sleeps. Despite The Well-Documented Hustle And Bustle, Saigon Retains Its Connections With The Past. A City Tour To Admire Saigon’s Historic Landmarks Is A Must.
    The Landmark Reunification Hall, Formerly Known As The Presidential Palace - The Headquarters Of The Saigon Government During The American War. It Was Towards This Modern Building That North Vietnamese Resistance Fighters Tanks (Viet Cong) Rolled On The Morning Of April 30, 1975 As Saigon Fell. This Fascinating Building Is Filled With History Still Fresh In The Minds Of Many.
    Transfer To Dong Khoi Street, Or Rue Catinat As It Was Known In The Time Of The French Occupation, To Discover Some Of The Beautiful French Colonial Buildings Built In The Late 19Th And Early 20Th Century. Appreciate The Splendidly Restored Exteriors Of The Opera House And The Former Hotel De Ville Which Are Still Two Of The Finest Buildings In Saigon. Wander Up To The Notre Dame Cathedral, A Red Brick Edifice With Twin Spires Based On The Original Construction From Paris. (It Is Only Possible To Visit Inside When No Service Is Being Performed) Then Head Across The Square To The Central Post Office, Designed By The French Architect, Gustav Eiffel, Before He Had Risen To Fame For The Eiffel Tower.
    In The City Centre, Visit Ben Thanh Market Where An Incredible Display Of Fresh Produce Is Offered. Simply Stroll Through The Market Seeing And Enjoying The Variety Of Goods For Sale.
    Included Meals: Breakfast
    Accommodation In Saigon.

    Day 6: Saigon - Hoi An

    Breakfast At Hotel And Transfer To Airport For Flight To Danang.
    Vietnam Airlines Flight: Tba
    On Arrival Danang, Transfer To Hotel And Afternoon, Enjoy The Walking Tour Of Hoi An Ancient Town. Between The 17Th And 19Th Centuries, Hoi An Was A Major And Prosperous Asian Trading Port. Hoi An’s Architecture And Relaxed Lifest Yle Have Changed Little Over The Years. Today, This World Heritage-Listed Ancient Town Boasts Well-Preserved Buildings, Pedestrianized Streets And Unique Cuisine, Allowing Visitors A Glimpse Of Its Illustrious Past.
    The Narrow Lanes Are Ideal For A Guided Leisurely Walking Tour. There Is Plenty To Visit Including The Old Merchant’s Houses With Influences From Chinese, Japanese And Vietnamese Architecture; The 400-Year-Old Japanese Covered Bridge; The Assembly Hall Of The Chaozhou Chinese Congregation With Outstanding Wood Carvings; And The Colourful Market With Stalls Brimming With Local Specialties Including Silk, Which Can Be Turned Into Fashionable Garments Within A Day Or Two.
    Included Meals: Breakfast
    Accommodation In Hoi An.

    Day 7: Hoi An

    Today Is Free At Leisure For Shopping And Exploring This Charming Town, A Protected Unesco Site. Hoi An Is Noted For Its Hand Sewn Tailored Clothing And Beautiful White Sand Beaches; An Ideal Day At Leisure To Simply Enjoy The Environment, Relax By The Pool, Or People Watch To Your Heart’s Content.
    Included Meals: Breakfast
    Accommodation In Hoi An.

    Day 8: Hoi An - Hanoi

    Breakfast At Hotel & Free Time At Leisure Until Transfer To Danang Airport For Flight To Hanoi.
    Vietnam Airlines Flight: Tba
    On Arrival Transfer To Hotel.
    Late Afternoon, Head To Hoan Kiem Lake And Ngoc Son Temple, Located In Heart Of Hanoi, Which Contains An Islet With The Tiny Tortoise Pagoda. From There, Walking To Explore The Old Quarter. This Fascinating Network Of Narrow Alleys And Shop Houses Is Also Known As The 36 Streets, Each Street Being Named After The Merchandise Traditionally Old There, Ranging From Fabrics To Crafts To Medicines To Tombstones. A Handicraft Lover Paradise And A Endlessly Interesting Place To Explore Local Life.
    Transfer To The Thang Long Theatre For A Water Puppet Performance. The Art Of Water Puppetry Began Approximately A Thousand Years Ago, Possibly In The Flooded Rice Fields Of Vietnam. Puppeteers Stand In Waist-High Water And Manipulate Their Charges In Such A Way That You Can’t Help But Be Swept Up In The Legend Being Told. Each Short Skit In The Performance Relates To The Daily Life Of The People.
    Included Meals: Breakfast
    Accommodation In Hanoi

    Day 9: Full Day Halong Bay Visit

    The Mystical Scenery Of Halong Bay Where Thousands Of Limestone Islands Jut Out Of The Emerald Sea, Sculpted Into Bizarre Shapes And Surrounded By Colourful Floating Villages Is A Truly A Breathtaking Destination. Take An Early Departure From Hanoi For The 3.5Hour Drive To Halong City, On Arrival Board Your Boat For The Cruise Journey To This Unesco World Heritage Area.
    An Early Morning Departure From Your Hotel To Halong Bay Will Take You On A Journey Of Approximately 3.5 Hours Drive Through The Rich Farmlands Of The Red River Delta. Observe Everyday Life Of Vietnamese Villages As You See The Villagers Work The Local Rice Fields, Take Live Pigs To Market On Bicycles And Plough The Fields With Their Large Water Buffaloes. Have A Quick Rest Stop At Hong Ngoc Center – The Best Place To Stop And Stretch Your Legs En Route.
    Upon Your Arrival In Halong You Will Board Your Day Junk And Enjoy A Fresh Seafood Lunch As You Cruise Among Some Of The Spectacular 3,000 Limestone Islands That Rise From The Clear Emerald Waters Of The Gulf Of Tonkin. Bizarre Rock Sculptures Jutting Dramatically From The Sea And Numerous Grottoes Have Created An Enchanted, Timeless World.
    Your Return To Halong Harbour Will Be In The Middle Of The Afternoon, Where You Will Then Transfer Back To Hanoi And Your Hotel. Plan On Departing Your Hotel Around 08:000Am, Arriving Back In Hanoi At Late Afternoon Or Early Evening Approximately 19:00Pm.
    Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
    Accommodation In Hanoi

    Day 10: Half Day Hanoi City Highlights

    With Ochre-Coloured Colonial Buildings, Tree-Lined Boulevards And Scenic Lakes, Hanoi Is Full Of Charm.
    Meet Your Guide At Your Hotel And Depart On Tour To Visit Hanoi With The Following Highlights:
    The Historic Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, An Imposing Monument Lavishly Built Using Marble And Granite, And Where The Preserved Body Of “uncle Ho” Resides. (Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum Is Closed Every Monday & Friday, All Afternoons And From Late September Until December). Behind The Mausoleum, You Can See Ho Chi Minh'S House. The Simple House Where Ho Chi Minh Lived And Worked From 1954 Until 1969 Is Made Of Wood And Enjoyed A Tranquil Setting, With A View Of A Lotus Pond. Ho Chi Minh’s Belongings Are On Display And You Can Walk Up The Steps Of His House To See His Bedroom.
    The Lotus Shaped One Pillar Pagoda – Resting On A Single Stone Pillar Emerging From The Water, Founded By King Ly Thai To In 1049. This Structure Has Become An Important Symbol For The People Of Hanoi.
    The Temple Of Literature, Vietnam’s First University. Constructed In 1070, The Gardens And Well-Preserved Architecture Offer A Relaxing Glimpse Into Vietnam’s Past.
    Hanoi History Museum - It Sits In This Wonderful Building. The Museum Displays Thousands Of Selected Showpieces That Marked The Country'S Historical Developments.
    Afternoon Is Free At Leisure For Own Exploration.
    Included Meals: Breakfast
    Accommodation In Hanoi.

    Day 11: Hanoi Departure

    Breakfast At Hotel. Free At Leisure.
    Your Guide And Private Car Will Meet You At The Hotel And Transfer You To The Airport For Your Departure Flight.
    Included Meals: Breakfast.

Contact Detail

Senses Journeys

Contact Person :-

Hue Phan

Address :-

53/55c, Chu Van An Street, Ward 12, Binh Thanh District , Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam