Complete Vietnam & Cambodia 22 Days


Tour is started from : Hanoi

Tour is finished from : Siem Reap

Tour duration : 22 Days

Prices will depend on travel date, hotel choice, room category and number of people travelling.

Please note that all our itineraries are flexible and can be altered to suit your requirements.

  • Day 1/ in Hanoi: Arrival in Hanoi – Pick up – Welcome dinner (D)
  • Day 2/ in Hanoi:  Hanoi – Ninh Binh – Hanoi (B)
  • Day 3/ on Train:Hanoi City Tour – Overnight on train to Sapa (B, L, D)
  • Day 4/ in Sapa: Sapa – Trek to Lao Chai – Ta Van – Sapa overnight at hotel (B, L)
  • Day 5/ on Train: Sapa – Bac Ha or Coc Ly Market – Overnight on train to Hanoi (B, L, D)
  • Day 6/ in Halong: Hanoi – Halong Bay – Cruise & Overnight on Junk (B, L, D)
  • Day 7/ in Hanoi: Halong – Hanoi (B, L)
  • Day 8/ in homestay: Hanoi – Moon Garden Homestay – Overnight night on house (B, L)
  • Day 9/ in Hue : Moon Garden Homestay – Fly to Hue – Tour (B)
  • Day 10/ in Hue :  Hue City Tour & Boat Trip (B, L)
  • Day 11/ in Hoi An: Hue – Hoi An Walking Tour – stay at Hue Serene Palace hotel(B)
  • Day 12/ in Hoi An: Hoi An – Free day relaxing on the beach – stay at Ha An hotel (B)
  • Day 13/ in Hoi An: Hoi An – Free day relaxing on the beach – Stay at Ha An Hotel (B)
  • Day 14/ in Saigon :  Hoi An – Fly to Ho Chi Minh City/ Saigon – Saigon Tour (B)
  • Day 15/ in Saigon:  Saigon – Cu Chi Tunnels – Tay Ninh – Saigon (B)
  • Day 16/ in Can Tho :  Saigon – Mekong Delta – Stay overnight on a sampan cruise (B, L, D)
  • Day 17/ in Chau Doc:  Mekong Delta – Chau Doc (B, L)
  • Day 18/ in Phnom Penh : Chau Doc – Speedboat to Phnom Penh – Tour  (B)
  • Day 19/ in Phnom Penh :  Phnom Penh City Tour (B)
  • Day 20/ in Siem Reap :  Phnom Penh – Fly to  Siem Reap – Angkor Tour (B, D)
  • Day 21/ in Siem Reap : Angkor Temple Complex Tour (B)
  • Day 22/ DepartureSiem Reap – Departure (B)

Summary highlights:

Hanoi: Hanoi is the convergence of thousand years of history through many dynasties till French colonized stage then American’s until now. Hanoi has many famous lakes, temples, pagodas, special foods and other places for sight-seeing such as schools of different architecture like classic French style to typical Chinese and Vietnamese architecture that have been built throughout the years.

Ninh Binh/ Hoa Lu – Tam Coc: Photos, photos, photos. If your a keen photographer, use the vivid colours and scenery as the focal point of your pictures. The lakes, rivers, caves, plant life, quiet roads, and rice fields all provide a much quieter backdrop than nearby Hanoi. Come to Ninh Binh if you like to enjoy the natural world at it’s best.

Ha Long Bay: Gives tourists a view of what grandeur that Nature can do. Explore the famous Thien Cung, Dau Go cave, a ride of kayak around the Bay, or with beach lover simply enjoy on the two biggest islands in Halong Bay is Cat Ba and Tuan Chau.

Sapa: Adventurous people can not miss this place. And those who love to know the “hidden charm” of Vietnamese tribe people living in their old historical mountainous villages would love to go here.

Moon Garden Homestay in Ky Son, is the first comfortable homestay option in Vietnam. Guests are made to feel very welcome and are encouraged to take part in a number of activities to gain a greater insight into countryside life. Moon Garden House in Ky Son offers a unique opportunity to experience rural life in Vietnam.

Hue:This city was well known to be the ancient imperial capital of Nguyen Dynasty, where it was modeled after Beijing’s very own Forbidden City. Hue is the one of the places that bears many cultural heritages such as temples, moats, walls, gates, galleries, museums, palaces and royal tombs.

Hoi An: Quite simply, because it’s beautiful. Touristy – most definitely, but Hoi An is one of those rare places that excessive tourism hasn’t so far managed to spoil. An attractive, well-preserved old town with a great beach just down the road is always going to be a winning combination, and the tailors and silk merchants are also a big draw.

Ho Chi Minh City: also known as Saigon, is Vietnam in high gear. To travel to Ho Chi Minh City is to be introduced to a dramatic meeting of old and new culture, a dynamic metropolis of skyscrapers and traffic juxtaposed with a wealth of ancient temples and traditional markets.

Cu Chi Tunnels: 30 miles northwest of Ho Chi Minh, a 100-minute drive. Seeing is believing, and in this case, it’s only after you have attempted to enter those tunnels you can truly comprehend the horrors of wars and the reality of life in those tunnels.

Tay Ninh with Cao Dai Temple: Indigenous to Vietnam, Cao Dai, is in fact a fusion of the teachings from Taoism, Buddhism and Confucianism, with elements of Christianity and Islam.

Mekong Delta/ Can Tho: Enjoy Phong Dien and Cai Rang floating markets to be a great chance to see an authentic floating market with real trading going on. With more and more transportation moved to newly build roads around Asia, this might be one of your last chances to capture a bit of the old boat to boat trading atmosphere on the Mekong.

Chau Doc: the closest large town to the Vietnamese/Cambodian border crossing on the Mekong River. Take a speedboat to Phnom Penh from here.

Phnom Penh: Phnom Penh is the vibrant bustling capital of Cambodia. Situated at the confluence of three rivers, the mighty Mekong, the Bassac and the great Tonle Sap, what was once considered the ‘Gem’ of Indochina

Siem Reap/ Angkor Temple Complex: Deep in the forests of Cambodia’s Siem Reap province, the elegant spires of an ancient stone city soar skyward above the sprawling complex of Angkor Archaeological Park.