Tailor-Made Luxury Tours The Orient- Indo China Tour
Day 1 - Bangkok
Arriving in Bangkok, you will be taken to the Amari Airport Hotel.
Day 2 - Bangkok/Hanoi
Fly to the delightfully unspoilt Vietnamese capital, Hanoi, and the Hotel Sofitel Metropole for three nights. Head out this afternoon to see the Quanh Tanh Temple and the Quanh Su Pagoda, followed by a cyclo tour through the Old Quarter, with its vibrant market stalls and sleepy temples. This evening enjoy a water puppet show.
Days 3/4 - Hanoi
Fly by helicopter to Halong Bay on the South China Sea, where you’ll enjoy a private junk cruise. Back in Hanoi, the following morning explore Ho Chi Minh’s stilted house, his lavish Mausoleum, the Fine Arts Museum and ancient Temple of Literature.
Day 5 - Hanoi/Hue
Fly south to the beautiful imperial city of Hue. Visit the Tu Duc and Kai Dinh Mausoleums and the Imperial Citadel. Overnight at the Saigon Morin Hotel.
Day 6/7 - Danang
Drive to Danang for a two-night sojourn at the Furama Resort. On your second day drive south to the charming riverside port of Hoi An. Wander through its historic streets to see the Museum, Japanese Covered Bridge, Marble Mountain and historic China Beach.
Day 8 - Danang/Ho Chi Minh City
Fly to cosmopolitan Ho Chi Minh City - formerly known as Saigon. Explore the Chinatown of Cholon and visit the Thien Hau Pagoda, before cruising the Saigon River as the sun sets. The Delta Caravelle Hotel is your home for the next two nights.
Day 9 - Ho Chi Minh City
Today you’ll travel out of town to see the vast labyrinthine network of Cu Chi tunnels. After lunch, return to Ho Chi Minh City to visit the Presidential Palace, Notre Dame Cathedral and the War Museum.
Day 10 - Ho Chi Minh City/Phnom Penh
A short flight takes you to the attractive Cambodian capital, Phnom Penh, for an overnight stay at Hotel Le Royal. Visit the magnificent Royal Palace, the Silver Pagoda and the National Museum.
Day 11 - Phnom Penh/Siem Reap
This morning see the legendary Killing Fields of Choeung Ek and the notorious "S21" genocide museum - then fly to Siem Reap to the Grand Hotel D’Angkor.
Day 12 - Siem Reap
Explore the magnificent Angkor temple complex, which covers a vast area of over 100 square miles. Also see the Angkor Thom, the Bayon Temple and the Elephant Terrace.
Day 13 - Siem Reap/Bangkok
After breakfast, visit Preah Khan and the eerie jungle-covered ruins of Ta Phrom, before boarding your afternoon flight to Bangkok. You will stay overnight at the famous Oriental Hotel.
Day 14 - Bangkok
Make the most of a full day at leisure to explore the exhilarating Thai capital. Visit the Grand Palace, take a cruise along the river, or head out to the floating market at Damnoen Saduak.
Less than an hour by air from Bangkok lies Chiang Mai, Thailand’s former hill capital, set amid cool uplands and surrounded by mountains. Famous for its innumerable temples and the more contemporary delights of markets and shops, the idyllic Regent Resort is a stunning sanctuary with some of the finest facilities in Thailand.
Choose between Phuket, Ko Samui or Krabi and enjoy tropical settings that offer a relaxing and rewarding conclusion to your holiday.
Planning your holiday in this way ensures a truly personal, one-off and intimate experience - a totally hassle free process from beginning to end, no matter how unusual or remarkable your request.
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