Top 10 Tours in Vietnam
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Vietnam – bursting with history, beautiful architecture, smiling and welcoming faces, lush and verdant rolling hills and paddy fields, glistening temples and pagodas – never ceases to impress.
But why not take full advantage of your trip there and book a tour to give you deeper insight into the country? Both Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi are rich sources of sensual sounds, sights and scents while the beauty of Ha Long Bay is justifiably world famous.
Hanoi’s Water Puppet Show has to be unique in its class of entertainment while riding in a cyclo is a truly classic Kodak Moment. Enjoy Vietnam to the full.
1Saigon City Tour Ho Chi Minh City Tour Duration: 3.5 or 8.5 hours
To truly appreciate the cultural richness of Ho Chi Minh City take this extensive eight-hour tour that will lead you to ancient pagodas, historic landmarks and important places of worship. Colourful markets are also on the tour itinerary and you can learn to bargain with the locals before stopping off for a delicious Vietnamese lunch. Read More...2Cu Chi Tunnels Experience Tour 2 ½ Hours West of Ho Chi Minh Tour Duration: 5-6 hours
Never let it be said that the Vietnamese are not a resilient, tough and extremely resourceful people. The Cu Chi Tunnel Experience underscores this fact. Initial construction started in 1948 and by 1965 the tunnels featured included, hospitals, schools, meeting rooms, kitchens and sleeping quarters. Read More...3Hanoi City Tour Hanoi Tour Duration: 4 or 9 hours
Throughout its thousand-year history, Hanoi still preserves many ancient architectural works as well as countless fascinating sites and attractions. The Hanoi City Tour will take you to its highlights, including Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, One-Pillar Pagoda, Temples of Literature, Hoan Kiem Lake and Ngoc Son Temple. Read More...4Halong Bay Cruise - Full Day Halong Bay Tour Duration: 11-12 hours
Emerald waters, mist-shrouded bay, picturesque limestone caves and karsts towers carpeted in green – Halong Bay’s legendary beauty never fails to spark one’s imagination. Live the legend of Halong Bay on board a private Chinese Junk and experience for yourself the mystical power of her timeless beauty. Read More...5Hanoi Water Puppet Show Hanoi Tour Duration: 1 ½ hour
Water puppetry, a unique variation on the ancient Asia puppet tradition, is a Vietnamese tradition dating back to the 11th century. Supported by a large rod placed under the water and manipulated by experienced puppeteers, the wooden puppets appear to be dancing over the water, telling folk tales. It’s entertaining and suitable for all audiences. Read More...6Ho Chi Minh Temples & Tunnels Tour Ho Chi Minh & Cu Chi Tour Duration: 9-10 hours
Travel 2 ½ hours into the countryside bound for the Cao Dai temple in Tay Ninh district. We time our visit for the noon ceremony at the temples which provides an insight to this interesting religion. Cao Dai means "high place or abode" Following lunch at a local restaurant we continue to the Cu Chi Tunnels. Read More...7Citadels and Karsts Tour Hanoi Tour Duration: 8-10 hours
Immerse yourself in Vietnam’s picturesque countryside and journey back in time to the ancient citadel city of Hoa Lu, the country’s first capital city. Cycle through the lush landscape then explore dramatic limestone caves accessible only by boat. Embark on this adventurous quest and lose yourself in the embrace of rural Vietnam’s beauty. Read More...8Hanoi Perfume Pagoda Tour Hanoi Tour Duration: 8.5 hours
Discover Hanoi’s charm by an enjoyable boat trip to visit the Perfume Pagoda or Perfume Temple. This vast complex of Buddhist temples and shrines is built into the limestone Huong Tich Mountains. This is a site of a religious festival, which draws large numbers of pilgrims from across Vietnam. It’s gorgeous and worth a visit. Read More...9Hoi An City Tour with a boat trip on Thu Bon River Hoi An Tour Duration: 9 hours
The exquisitely preserved merchant town of HOI AN was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1999. Its colorful shophouses and temples reflect a diverse heritage, dating back to the 16th and 17th century, when it was a major port for Western, Chinese and Japanese traders. Today it is a thriving center of traditional crafts and a shoppers. Read More...