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Day 1: Arrival in Hanoi - City Tour of Hanoi

When you arrive at the Hanoi International Airport. You will be greeted and driven to the hotel. Our local representative will meet you at the Noi Bai airport and accompany you to Hanoi, where you will check into the hotel. Proceed for a city tour beginning with the Temple of Literature, Vietnam's first university, and continuing to Ba Dinh Square, Hanoi's largest square where all major cultural events take place. Later, take a "cyclo" tour of the capital, beginning in the Old Quarter of Hanoi and ending at Ngoc Son Temple. Overnight in Hanoi at a hotel.

Day 2: Hanoi – Halong Bay

Today, go to Halong Bay, the glory of the Gulf of Tonkin and a UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site between 1994 and 2006. The route will travel through the Red River delta, with its verdant rice fields and rural communities teeming with hardworking farmers ploughing buffaloes or planting seedlings. When we arrive at Halong, we will board a large boat and cruise the sea to experience the spectacular beauty of this "Descending-dragon" bay, which was formed by hundreds of odd-shaped limestone rocks and little island grottoes. After lunch, we may explore the grotto, stop for swimming or kayaking (at your own expense), pass through floating settlements, and approach small islands to admire their beauty up close. Attend events on the boat in the evenings or rest at your leisure. On the boat for the night. (B/L/D)

Day 3 : Halong – Hanoi – Danang – Hoi An

You should get up early to watch the sunrise over the sea, which the Vietnamese call the "East Sea." As you may imagine, viewing the dawn over the Bay's little islands was awe-inspiring. After breakfast, our boat will continue cruising in beautiful locations where every little island has its own name based on its shape or resemblance, such as Sail Island, Fisherman's Head Rock, Butterfly Rock, or Turtle Island, among others. Return to Hanoi via car. After that, proceed to Noi Bai International Airport for your journey to Danang. After being greeted at the airport, you will be transferred to the coast to visit Hoi An Ancient Town. Check into the hotel. Overnight in Hoi An at a hotel. (B)

Day 4: City Tour of Hoi An

Today, we'll take an intriguing trip across the tile-roofed Japanese Bridge, visit hushed Chinese Assembly Halls, see the beauty of antique residences, and listen to Central Vietnamese folk music at old clubhouses. Later, we may visit temples or wander through the market beside the Thu Bon River, where you may experience the same emotions as the painters who perceive the roofs of Hoi An as a fascinating ancient world with an Oriental flavour and a source of inspiration. This is also a great place to buy lanterns, soft silk, raw silk, or get your garments customised in a day. The rest of the day is free for you to explore the town or cycle along Thu Bon to Cua Dai Beach. Overnight in Hoi An at a hotel. (B)

Day 5: Hoi An – Hue – City Tour of Hue

Today, take the Hai Van Pass (the "Ocean Cloudy Mountain Pass") from Hoian to Hue and experience the splendour of Lang Co Beach before arriving at Hue. Hue was designated as Vietnam's first Cultural World Heritage site by UNESCO, and it is notable for its historic royal architectural works and the most traditional Vietnamese way of life. Discover the city's charms in the Royal Citadel, Forbidden City, and Hue Royal Museum. Continue to Thien Mu Pagoda and see the Tombs of King Tu Duc, which are the best-preserved monuments of the Nguyen Emperors from the early 19th and early 20th centuries. Overnight in Hue at a hotel. (B)

Day 6 : Hue – Saigon

Check out of the hotel after breakfast today. Transferred to Hue Airport for a noon flight to Saigon. You will be met at Tan Son Nhat airport and sent to the hotel for check-in. In the evening, we begin our city tour at the Reunification Palace, which served as a witness to the conclusion of the bloody Vietnam War in 1975. Today, the opulent structure houses a museum and a hall for important gatherings. The colonial-styled Central Post Office and the Notre Dame Cathedral, erected between 1877 and 1883 and one of the city's significant attractions, are both close to the Palace. Take a stroll down Nguyen Hue Street to photograph the Opera House and the Ho Chi Minh Committee (outside). Walking from here to Ben Thanh Market, one of Saigon's most iconic landmarks, to experience local life and browse for handcrafted items. Overnight in Saigon at a hotel. (B)

Day 7 : Saigon – Cu Chi Tunnels

After breakfast, go to the Cu Chi Tunnels, one of the few remaining Vietnam War monuments. There are 200 kilometres of tunnels beneath the ground, excavated by hand and occupied by Vietnamese guerilla troops throughout the battle. It is still one of the most remarkable illustrations of how ferocious the conflict was at the time. You may even attempt crawling dozens of metres deep in the tunnel to get the whole experience. Return to Saigon and be dropped off at your hotel. Evening, you have some spare time for shopping (no service provided). Ben Thanh Market - the central and characteristic market of Saigon – is one of the sites to visit when shopping. Saigon Square is a few minutes' walk from Ben Thanh Market, An Dong Plaza and its adjacent Market, and Diamond Plaza. Overnight in Saigon at a hotel. (B)

Day 8: Saigon to Mekong Delta, then back to Saigon

Today, travel to My Tho and, upon arrival, aboard a boat to cruise along the majestic Mekong River, observing the lives of the locals who live along its banks. We make a sightseeing stop at one of the four islands in the region. Following that, you will board tiny boats rowed by locals through little cannels filled with water from coconut trees to visit local industries. There, you may sample honey tea and watch locals make coconut candy milk. After that, take a horse-drawn carriage ride around the village's peaceful roads. Enjoy a small lunch at a local eatery close to the Mekong River. Afternoon drive back to Saigon, stopping to see Vinh Trang pagoda, a well-known pogoda in the area with architecture influenced by Chinese, Cambodian, and French cultures. Overnight in Saigon at a hotel. (B/L)

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