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Custom holiday in Vietnam and Cambodia


Day 1:
On arrival at Noi Bai Airport in Hanoi, you’ll be met and driven to your hotel to relax after your journey. Spend the night in Hanoi.
Day 2:
Explore Vietnam’s capital city; visit the Temple of Literature, stop by the site of Hoa Lo Prison (dubbed ‘Hanoi Hilton’), stroll the serene Tran Quoc Pagoda on the shore of West Lake and tour the bustling Old Quarter. Wind down the day enjoying a performance of traditional Water Puppetry.
Day 3:
Head for Halong Bay and board your cruise boat to enjoy the bay’s fascinating caves, picturesque floating villages, and fantastic rock formations rising up out of emerald waters.
Day 4:
Awake in the fresh air of the bay for a Tai Chi session on your cruise sundeck, full breakfast and a Vietnamese traditional tea ceremony. Cruise back to the dock and disembark, then return to Hanoi where you’ll have the rest of the day to explore at your leisure.
Day 5:
Today visit several famed artisan villages on the Red River Delta outside Hanoi. In Bat Trang, view time-honoured pottery production techniques, see wood-print paintings in Dong Ho, enjoy a performance of Quan Ho music in Tam Tao, and in Dong Ky meet a family producing mother-of-pearl inlaid furniture. Catch an evening flight to Hue where you will spend the night. 
Day 6:
Cruise the Perfume River to the Thien Mu Pagoda, then drive to visit the royal tomb compounds of Emperor Minh Mang and Emperor Khai Dinh. In the afternoon head back to Hue and explore the grounds of the imperial citadel, and stop by bustling Dong Ba Market before you retire for the night.
Day 7:
Drive south to Danang, crossing Hai Van Pass on the way, where – with good weather – you have excellent views over the coast in both directions. Pause to view the remarkable Hindu statuary at the Cham Museum in Danang, then continue to Hoi An for a guided tour of the old town before settling in for the night.
Day 8:
Today enjoy a jeep tour to the dramatic coastal Marble Mountains, past Danang’s My Khe Beach and out onto Son Tra Peninsula. After a scenic picnic lunch, continue north to Hai Van Pass, and return to Hoi An via inland roads passing through craft villages and rice paddies. 
Day 9:
Today is a free day for strolling the charming Hoi An Old Town, kicking back on the beach, or doing whatever takes your fancy.
Day 10:
 Another free day to enjoy Hoi An and its environs.
Day 11:
Fly from Danang to Ho Chi Minh City, where your guide will meet you and take you for a tour of the war-era maze of underground passages known as Cu Chi Tunnels. Returning to Ho Chi Minh City centre, you will have the remainder of the day free to explore.
Day 12:
Today your Saigon city tour will include the colonial era structure now known as Reunification Hall, the War Remnants Museum, a Chinatown market and the Jade Emperor Pagoda. Later you may also explore the lively Ben Thanh Market near the city centre.
Day 13:
Today drive out of the city into the Mekong Delta. Board a river cruise to experience this iconic landscape, pausing to visit orchards, take a rowboat through the criss-crossing maze of the Mekong’s channels, visit locals and enjoy traditional music, then drive on to Can Tho City, viewing an ancient Khmer pagoda before retiring for the night.
Day 14:
Take a morning boat cruise to experience one of the iconic sights of the Mekong Delta; Cai Rang floating market. Later, your driver will return you directly to Ho Chi Minh City airport for your flight to Siem Reap, Cambodia, where you’ll be welcomed and transferred to your hotel for the night.
Day 15:
Today explore the Temples of Angkor. At Angkor Thom, visit the Bayon, the Elephant and Leper King Terraces, followed by the Baphuon Temple and the jungle-strangled Ta Prohm. In the afternoon, explore Angkor Wat itself, the largest and most impressive temple in the complex. In the evening, relax with a welcome dinner while enjoying a traditional Apsara dance show.
Day 16:
Today head out of town to the nearby area of Krabei Riel for an in-depth experience with local village culture. Visit a market, settle into the gentle pace of an ox cart ride, join a local family for lunch, and explore the area by foot. In the evening attend a performance of ‘Phare, the Cambodian Circus’. An inspiring show for all ages, this hour long spectacle mixes theatre, music, dance, acrobatics, juggling and contortion to present a story about Cambodian lives and society.
Day 17:
This morning drive to Siem Reap River for a boat trip to Tonle Sap Lake, the vast natural reservoir that acts as a relief valve for the Mekong River in flood season, visiting a floating fishing village along the way. Return to your hotel in the afternoon and enjoy a free evening in Siem Reap. 
Day 18:
Today you will be free until time for your transfer to Siem Reap Airport to board your departing flight.