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Spotlight Destination

Highlights of Vietnam

Price: Available upon request. Duration: 20 Days

This twenty-day tour is included the most highlights of Vietnam. You will be starting from Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam including countless cultural sites itself for over 1000 years. Then, enjoy a walking tour visits to Duong Lam village, one of the oldest villages of Northern Vietnam. Located in North West Vietnam, the misty Sapa is a must-see place where ethnic minorities gather. After Sapa, you will discover Ha Long Bay - the UNESCO Heritage site and one of new 7 wonders of nature. Visiting to Hue, the old capital during Nguyen’s Dynasty before leaving for Hoi An Ancient Town, where used to be the major trading port in 17th – 18th century. Next destination is the bustling Ho Chi Minh City, mixed both modern and historical sites through its buildings. Cu Chi Tunnels, the famous underground network tunnels during the war-time in Vietnam. Last but not least, enjoying a journey to the Mekong Delta where the colorful floating markets can be seen.

As you’ll be travelling tailor-made, you can transform this sample tour into your dream holiday. Just ask us to make any changes, and you’ll have a revised itinerary with 24 hours – no limit to the number of changes, and no charge for making the amendments!


  • Discovery Hanoi City – Vietnam’s capital with its sites of culture and historic. Wandering around the 36 streets before enjoying the unique Water Puppet Show at the end of the day.
  • Walking around the Duong Lam village and learning about its history for over 1200 years in which including old houses and sculpture temples, pagodas. 
  • Travelling to Sapa and meet up with local ethnic minorities at their special daily markets and learns more about their lifestyles.
  • Spending an amazing night on a traditional junk and discovery the beautiful landscapes made by over thousands of limestone karsts, beaches and caves in Ha Long Bay.
  • Enjoying Cycles rickshaw explores the historic sites of Hue Ancient Kingdom. Driving further from the city for a visiting to the king’s tombs.
  • Wandering around the old streets under the colorful lantern’s lights in Hoi An. This place is not only for visiting but also for relaxing or shopping at many shop-houses and handicraft workshops.
  • Exploring the bustling Ho Chi Minh City includes its modern history sites that can be found from the colonial French buildings.
  • Visiting to the incredible underground network tunnels in Cu Chi which constructed by Viet Cong during the war-time with both French and American.
  • Enjoying the boat trips in the Mekong Delta to see the colorful floating markets, fresh fruit gardens and local family factories. Sailing sampan boats explore the canals deep inside the water coconuts farm.

Day 1: Pick up at Noi Bai Airport and transfer to hotel in Hanoi for check in and overnight.

Day 2: A full day tour visiting to Hanoi City

Day 3: Transferring to visit the Duong Lam Village, one of the oldest village of Vietnam. Overnight in Hanoi

Day 4: Depart for Ha Long Bay through the Red River Delta. Touring and overnight on Junk.

Day 5: Visiting Ha Long Bay on Junk. Transferring back to Hanoi for the night train to Sapa

Day 6: Pickup at Lao Cai and transfer to Sapa for a full day tour visitng Ethnic daily market in Sapa.

Day 7: Full day touring and hiking in Sapa. Transferring to Lao Cai for night train back to Hanoi

Day 8: Free day in Hanoi

Day 9: Flight from Hanoi to Hue. Arrival, check in and overngiht at hotel in Hue

Day 10: A full day discovery Hue City. Overnight in Hue

Day 11: Drive from Hue to Hoi An. Stop for visiting Danang City on the way. Overnight in Hoi An

Day 12: Touring in Hoi An Ancient Town.

Day 13: Free day in Hoi An

Day 14: Free day in Hoi An

Day 15: Transfer to Danang's Airport for departure flight to Ho Chi Minh City. Check-in and overnight in Ho Chi Minh City

Day 16: A full day tour discovery Ho Chi Minh City and Cu Chi Tunnels

Day 17: A full day tour visiting to Cao Dai Temple and Cu Chi Tunnels

Day 18: Departing for Mekong Delta and visiting Cai Be - Vinh Long by boat. Overnight in Can Tho

Day 19: Visiting to floating market in Can Tho. Afternoon, drive back to Ho Chi Minh CIty for check-in and overnight

Day 20: Tranferring to Tan Son Nhat Airport for departure flight


Hanoi is not only the capital of Vietnam but also one of the most beautiful cities in Asia. This city has an oldest historic for over 1000 years includes a countless of cultural sites such as: pagodas, charming lakes and bustling old quarter where many handicraft workshops has. Upon arrival in Noi Bai airport you will be met by our representative and transfer to your hotel for check-in. You’ll have time to relax after your journey.

Meals: None


After breakfast at hotel, you’ll have the whole day with our guide to explore Hanoi - Vietnam’s capital city. Your guide will take you to the Temple of Literature also called Quoc Tu Giam - the first university in Vietnam dating back to the 11th century. A next popular attraction, as is Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum together with Ba Dinh Square where Ho Chi Minh delivered the Declaration of Independence of the Republic of Vietnam in 1945. It’s a great chance to step in Ho Chi Minh stilt house where he lived and worked, and the museum dedicated to his memory.

After lunch, you’ll call in at the serene Tran Quoc Pagoda, the oldest pagoda in Hanoi, on the banks of Hanoi’s Ho Tay (West) Lake. After that, take a walking tour explore the bustling Old Quarter which also called 36 streets where maze of shopping streets and restaurants with a hotchpotch of architecture - traditional tube houses, religious buildings, artisans’ workshops and cottages, colonial houses and modern concrete edifices. It’s noisy and hectic, but definitely a ‘must-see’ attraction. In the evening, you’ll have tickets for a performance of traditional Water Puppetry (an art form unique to northern Vietnam, and an interesting, light-hearted introduction to its rural culture). Your overnight stay will be in Hanoi.

Meals: Breakfast / Lunch


After breakfast at hotel, you will leave Hanoi and departing for Duong Lam old village. Duong Lam, located in the west of Hanoi is old of the oldest villages in Vietnam which has over 1200 years of history. After 1.5-hour driving, you will take the first step into the village and walking around the peaceful village’s paths. Your first visiting will be the Mong Phu in Mong Phu Communal, one of the most important communal houses of the village which not only a gathering place of the villagers in many cultural activities but also special in its sophisticated decoration details. The lunch today will be served in a nice old house in the village.

In the afternoon, you will be guided for a visiting to the Mia Pagoda which built in the 15th century. This pagoda is now very famous with its 287 statues made in many sizes. Next, visit to the Ngo Quyen’s temple and Phung Hung’s temple where dedicated for 2 national heroes who won the victory against the invaders during Duong’s dynasty in China. On the way back to Hanoi, you will stop for a visiting at Tay Phuong pagoda. This pagoda is one of the first pagodas built in Vietnam which has very beautiful architecture and sculpture. After arrival at hotel in Hanoi, you will enjoy your rest of day free at leisure.

Meals: Breakfast / Lunch     


After an early breakfast, you’ll leave for Ha Long Bay, one of the most spectacular UNESCO World Heritage Areas and the world’s largest marine limestone ‘karst’ landscape. There you’ll board your boat, a junk built from the model of the old Vietnamese court vessels with sails, a wide transom and rectangular superstructure, that takes you through Bai Tu Long Bay area. You’ll then continue your cruise to visit a fishing village where you’ll have an opportunity explore the village and hidden lagoons in a tender. The route is designed to avoid the busy areas and includes a very quiet location for your overnight stay. All your meals will be provided on board, usually based on fresh seafood, and you’ll sleep in a twin/double cabin with an en suite toilet and shower.

Meals: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner


After a light breakfast pastry and tea or coffee, you’ll dock to visit one of the most famous caves in the Bay. You’ll return to the junk for a brunch while cruising back to dock around noon and meet up guide and driver for a drive back to Hanoi. Arriving at your hotel in the mid-afternoon, enjoy your free time or doing own visiting, shopping around Hanoi until meet up with our guide again for a transferring to Hanoi train station. Here you will check-in a private cabin with soft-berths for a night train to Lao Cai.

Meals: Brunch


At early morning, arrival in Lao Cai train station, you will be met and transferred to a nice hotel in Sapa for breakfast and store the luggage. Sapa, a destination of “cultural authenticity” where you can easily see many ethnic minorities such as Tay, Red Dao, H’Mong gathers at daily markets; And “natural tranquility” with hundreds of terrace rice paddies and mountain. After breakfast, you will be guided for a visiting to a market frequented by ethnic minority peoples. These trips to ethnic minority markets must be on Tuesday: Coc Ly or Ban Cam market, Thursday: Lung Khau Nhin market, Saturday: Can Cau Market and Sunday: Bac Ha, Muong Hum or Muong Khuong market.

In the afternoon, you’ll return to Lao Cai and continue your journey into the mountains to Sapa, a small town perched on the mountainside opposite Mt. Fan Si Pan, Vietnam’s highest peak. You’ll arrive with time to relax and stroll around the town. You’ll spend the night in a Sapa hotel with good mountain views.

Although it’s quite a long drive, the landscape is attractive and the ethnic markets are a fascinating experience. Unlike those in the tourist areas, the markets that we choose are for not only for buying and selling, but are also meeting places for ethnic minority people to meet and exchange news. There will be plenty of color and authentic costumes, but very little to buy as souvenirs unless you want to barter for a water buffalo or a sack of fertilizer. You will spend tonight at a hotel in Sapa Town.

Meals: Breakfast / Lunch


After breakfast, starting a day by strolling to the town’s busy colorful market also is called Sapa Market where Black H’Mong, Tay, Red Dao and other ethnic minority people converge from the surrounding countryside to sell their silverware and handicrafts, and to buy provisions. After that, you will hike down a scenic valley calling in at the H’Mong ethnic minority villages on the way. After a streamside picnic lunch, you’ll drive to more villages belonging to the H’mong, Day and Red Dao ethnic minority groups. Here you can have opportunity to visit local families and learn more about their lifestyle and the special culture through daily the activities.

After that, you will return to Sapa and have rest of day free at leisure till transfer to Lao Cai station for the overnight train to Hanoi.

Meals: Breakfast / Lunch


Early arrival in Hanoi train station, you will be met and transferred to hotel for a breakfast. Enjoy today free on your own plans.

Meals: Breakfast


After breakfast at hotel, you will be free leisure till meet up with guide again for the transfer to the airport for a short flight in an hour to Hue. This city was the old capital of Vietnam from 1802 - 1945 under the control of Nguyen’s dynasty. Hue nowadays is still keeping many historic sites of Nguyen’s Dynasty with its Imperial Palace, Pagodas and King’s tombs.

Upon arrival, you will be picked up by our guide and transferred to hotel in Hue for check-in. Enjoying the rest of your day free at leisure.

Meals: Breakfast


Today, your morning will be taken up by a Cycles Rickshaw tour to the Thien Mu Pagoda and the Imperial Citadel of Hue, the complex is occupying a large, bounded area on the north side of Perfume River. Four citadels were comprised to create the Capital City: Hoang Thanh for royal palaces and shrines, Tu Cam Thanh (Forbidden Purple City) for royal residences, Dai Noi (Inner city) and Tran Binh Dai, which exclusively ancient architecture. Your lunch will be served at a local restaurant.

In the afternoon, you will drive to the Royal Tombs of Emperor Minh Mang and Emperor Khai Dinh. These two mausoleums span the long reign of the Nguyen King’s imperial dynasty – the contrast is stark. Later, you will be guided to visit the Dong Ba Market, the most famous and biggest local market of Hue City. In the evening, you’ll sit down for dinner in the pleasant surroundings and a comfortable atmosphere of another of the garden houses. You’ll spend the night in Hue.

Meals: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner


In the morning, your car will arrive to drive you to Danang. On the way, you'll cross the high mountain pass of Hai Van. The views from the top are excellent – you should be able to see Lang Co beach and village, and the lagoon far below, with Danang spread out before you to the south. In Danang, you’ll have a brief look at the remarkable Hindu statuary in the Cham Museum before leaving for Hoi An. Lunch will be served in a good restaurant in Danang before leaving for Hoi An.

After arrival in Hoi An, you will check-in hotel and enjoy your rest of day free at leisure with many shop-houses in town. You will spend the night in Hoi An.

Meals: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner


Hoi An is well-known as a major trading port in Southeast Asia back in 17-18th century and this place was welcomed many countries from the world to come and trading their goods during the time. Not only selling and buying things, Japanese and Chinese left their marks in this town by built up many old houses and pagodas which have very special structures. These sites of cultural through years were mixed with Vietnamese culture of local people and made Hoi An became more and more unique as a must-see place in Vietnam.

Today, you will enjoy a walking tour explores Hoi An Ancient Town including the visiting to the 400 years old Japanese Bridge, Chinese communal hall – Phuc Kien Pagoda, the oldest house – Tan Ky and the colorful local market of Hoi An. The lunch will be served inside the town with many local special local dishes. After that, enjoying the rest of day free at leisure at Cua Dai beach or getting busy with shopping at many shop-houses in the town. You will spend your night at hotel in Hoi An.

Meals: Breakfast / Lunch


It’s a free day for your own enjoying.

** Optional tour to Tra Que – A day to be a farmer.

** Optional tour to My Son Temples

** Optional tour Cooking Class in Hoi An

Meals: Breakfast


Free day in Hoi An

Meals: Breakfast


Your time will be your own until your guide and driver meets at hotel and transfer to Danang Airport for flight to Ho Chi Minh City.

Ho Chi Minh City, also known as Saigon is a largest city of Vietnam where has modern office skyscrapers, amidst Chinese style pagodas and food stalls along the street, create a dynamic urban area in very special sense. Additionally, Ho Chi Minh City’s architecture and lifestyle is the reconciliation between American and Chinese influence, with many dots of modernity yet without losing Vietnamese traits and as much historical as it is modern.

Arriving at Tan Son Nhat airport in Ho Chi Minh City, meet up your guide and driver and transfer to your hotel for check-in. You’ll have time to relax after your journey before a Welcome dinner at an excellent local restaurant in city. You’ll spend the night in Ho Chi Minh City.

Meals: Breakfast


After breakfast at hotel, you will be guided for a visiting to the Reunification Hall, the building is a magnificent example of '60s architecture - airy and open with spacious chambers and tasteful modern decorations, the Centre Post Office, one of the oldest buildings in Ho Chi Minh City. It was built around 1886 – 1891, based on the design of Gustave Eiffel – a famous French architect and has become a significant symbol of the city, just like its opposite neighbour Notre-Dame Cathedral. Next, the War Remnants Museum provides a very partial, but riveting, perspective of the ‘American War’: not for the squeamish! Before enjoying the lunch at a restaurant, visit to the huge Ben Thanh market, one of the liveliest areas of Ho Chi Minh City, is packed with every conceivable commodity.

Starting the afternoon city tour with the FITO Museum, (First Museum of Traditional Vietnamese Medicine) is host to a large collection of relics, including traditional Vietnamese medicinal implements, and chronicles the history of medical practice in Vietnam from 2000 BC. After that, drive to Binh Tay Market, located in Chinatown which is the biggest one in Ho Chi Minh City. You’ll also call in at the Jade Emperor Temple; it’s one of the best Taoist temples in Vietnam, with superb effigies, remarkable carved panels of the descent to Hell and somewhat incongruous terrapin and tortoise sanctuaries. Later, you will drive back to your hotel and have rest of day free at leisure. You willl spend tonight in Ho Chi Minh City.

Meals: Breakfast / Lunch


After breakfast, you will head to Tay Ninh and for a visiting the Cao Dai Temples in time to watch the unique mid-day ceremony. Lunch will be served at a local restaurant before driving to visit the famous Cu Chi Tunnels, a Byzantine maze of underground passages, chambers, rooms and booby traps used by both the Vietminh and the Viet Cong to suddenly materialise as if from nowhere, launch a lightning ambush, and vanish equally rapidly. In the late afternoon, you will transfer back to hotel in city and spend the night there.

Meals: Breakfast / Lunch


After escaping from Ho Chi Minh City’s urban sprawl, you’ll travel to Vinh Long where a Mekong River cruise will take you to visit the fruit orchards, a traditional family-run brick kiln, and some long established cottage industries. After lunch at a local restaurant, you’ll drive further into the Mekong Delta to Can Tho. Upon arrival you’ll call in at the Munir Ansay – an ancient Khmer style pagoda, renowned for its unique structural decorations. You’ll then drive to your hotel in Can Tho where you’ll spend the night.

Constructed in 1948 and modelled on Cambodia’s famous Angkor Wat complex, the’ Three Treasures’ tower, the Munir Ansay pagoda has many intricate statues and pillars. Today, approximately a million Khmer people live in Vietnam, mostly in the Mekong Delta provinces

Meals: Breakfast / Lunch


After an early breakfast, enjoy a boat cruise to see the Cai Rang floating market on the Mekong River. Both of the journey and the market provide insights into the rural Mekong Delta lifestyle. After lunch at local restaurant, return to Ho Chi Minh City, you’ll call in at the beautiful and ancient Vinh Trang pagoda, 3 km from My Tho centre.  You’ll arrive in Ho Chi Minh City in the late afternoon with time to freshen up in the hotel.

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After the breakfast, you will be met and transferred to Tan Son Nhat airport for your departure flight.

Meals: Breakfast

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