18 Days – Highlight Of Myanmar, Vietnam & Cambodia

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Yangon, Bagan, Hanoi, Halong, Hue, Hoian, Danang, Hochiminh, Cu Chi Tunnels, My Tho, Siem Reap
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    This tour reveals to you the fascinating essence of Myanmar with Yangon, Bagan and Inle Lake then Vietnam from Vietnam from its North, Central and South, finally finishes at Siem Reap, Cambodia. Myanmar, formerly known as Burma, remains unknown to the world for centuries. It is the enigma makes the country becoming one of the most visited destinations in Southeast Asia. Experience the beauty of Vietnam as the landscapes of the exotic north to south. The next days, a short flight to Siem Reap, you can visit one of the most astounding archaeological sites nowhere in the world: Angkor Temples and learn about the history of Khmer kings at their highest and wealthiest power. This tour helps you to have an outlook of Myanmar, Vietnam and Cambodia but will give you a deeper understanding of Indochina region.

    Day 1 Yangon Arrival
    Day 2 Yangon – Bagan
    Day 3 Bagan
    Day 4 Bagan – Popa – Sale – Bagan
    Day 5 Bagan – Yangon
    Day 6 Yangon – Ha Noi
    Day 7 Hanoi – Full Day Hanoi City Tour
    Day 8 Hanoi – Halong – Unesco World Heritage
    Day 9 Halong – Hanoi – Hue
    Day 10 Hue – Hoian
    Day 11 Hoian – Full Day City Tour
    Day 12 Hoian – Danang – Hochiminh
    Day 13 Hochiminh – Cu Chi Tunnels – Hochiminh City Tour
    Day 14 Hochiminh – My Tho (Mekong Delta)
    Day 15 Hochiminh – Siem Reap
    Day 16 Siem Reap – Angkor Wat Tours


    • Accommodation in a double or twin room with daily breakfast
    • One night cruise on a wooden junk in Halong Bay
    • Services of a driver and private air-conditioned vehicle during all tours and transfers
    • Experienced English-speaking guide during all tours and transfers
    • Private board for sightseeing in My Tho
    • Entrance fees for all visits as mentioned in the itinerary
    • Lunch or dinner as specified in the itinerary
    • International & Domestic flight tickets
    • Vietnam visa stamping fee at the airport
    • Meals, if not specified in the itinerary
    • Travel insurance (we highly recommend that you purchase adequate insurance)
    • Gratuities for guides and drivers
    • Personal expenses, such as laundry, telephone, drinks, etc.
    • All other services not specified in the itinerary


    On arrival at the Yangon international airport, welcomed by our guide and transferred to your hotel for check in. Afterwards, visit the 2,600 years old Shwedagon Pagoda, the most sacred Buddhist pagoda for the Burmese can be seen from almost anywhere in Yangon. You will start at the eastern staircase where you will find the shops selling various religious items and other unique objects. Upon reaching at the main platform, witness the colors transform on the 100-meter pagoda which is literally covered with over 60 tons of gold leaf.   Meals: Breakfast Accommodation: Hotel in Yangon

    After breakfast at your hotel, transfer to the airport for the domestic flight to Nyaung U (Bagan). Featuring more than 2000 red brick temples scattered across an area of 41 square kilometers in the central region of Myanmar, Bagan is known to be one of the greatest architectural sites in Asia. Upon arrival, start your sightseeing in Bagan with a visit to the renowned Shwezigon Pagoda considered to be the prototype of later Myanmar stupas; constructed by King Anarahta in the early 11th century. Continue your visit to Kyansittha U Min, Htilominlo Temple and Gubyaukgyi Temple which has an exquisite mural painting of 13th century. Also visit to Manuha Temple built in 1059, and Nan Phaya which has been built in the 11th century by the Mon King Manuha. Then move on to some workshops of lacquer wares and wood crafts to learn about local production. Transfer back to your hotel for refreshment. In the afternoon, continue to visit other interesting sites including  Tharabar Gate (the entrance of Bagan City Wall dated AD 876), Ananda Temple with four huge standing Buddha images, Lawkahteikpan Pahto (fine mural paintings) and Bupaya (theoldest stupa in Bagan) before enjoying sunset at Shwesandaw Pagoda.   Meals: Breakfast Accommodation: Hotel in Bagan

    Today, you will explore the settlement of Nyaung U and neighboring villages. Start with a visit to the vibrant Nyaung U Market the busy market in New Bagan with great opportunities of photographing and mingling with the locals, watch how they earn their daily lives. Explore a local village nearby, and if you wish, continue to the lesser-known temples and monuments in the area for the remainder of the morning. Lunch at local restaurant In the afternoon, you will visit to Ananda Temple, an architectural masterpiece constructed in "Mon" style, one of Bagan's most wonderful temples. From here, you will continue by a horse cart for an excursion to Oak Kyaung Monastery decorated with multi-colour mural paintings, ThatbyinnyuTemple, Bagan’s tallest temple, gigantic Dhammayangyi Temple noted for its remarkable brickwork and, Sulamani Temple. Proceed to Shwesantaw Pagoda to enjoy the breath-taking sunset over the Ayarwaddy River and the various temples from the upper terrace of the temple.   Meals: Breakfast Accommodation: Hotel in Bagan

    After breakfast at the hotel, transfer to Mt. Popa, an extinct volcano over 1500m high, which is about48km south east of Bagan. Explore stupas, monasteries and Nat worship shrines before having a lunch prepared by a local restaurant Afternoon, drive to Salay, an old town with ancient ruins from the Bagan era. You'll visit very interesting places in Salay like Youpson wooden monastery, Payathonzu complex and Man Paya-the largest lacquer Buddha image in Myanmar.   Meals: Breakfast Accommodation: Hotel in Bagan

    After breakfast, transfer to airport for your flight to Yangon. Met and greeted with your guide then transfer to  visit Kaba Aye Pagoda (World Peace Pagoda) built for memorial of the 1954-56 sixth Buddhist Synod, Kyauktawgyi Pagoda where there are white elephants and Buddha Tooth Relic Pagoda. In the afternoon, stop at Botahtaung Pagoda and Chaukhtatgyi Reclining Buddha Image before find the way to your hotel   Meals: Breakfast Accommodation: Hotel in Yangon

    Free at your own leisure till transfer to Yangon International airport for your departure flight. (No guide) Arrive at Noi Bai International Airport, welcome by our guide and transfer to your hotel. Hanoi or “River-bound City” as its name literally means is Vietnam’s capital with a thousand-year-old history dating back to 1010. The city’s fascinating beauty which is characterized by unique cultural relics, ancient streets of antique houses, elegant French colonial buildings, tree-lined boulevards and romantic lakes has made it one of the most charming cities of Asia.   Meals: Breakfast Accommodation: Hotel in Hanoi

    Morning, city tour beginning with Ho Chi Minh Complex which features the life of Ho Chi Minh, the nation’s founder. At the complex, visit Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum where the nation’s founder’s body is preserved (closed on Monday, Friday and through October - November) and the rural style house on stilts where Ho Chi Minh lived and worked. Stop by one of Hanoi’s icons, the One Pillar Pagoda, built in the 11th Century in dedication to Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara or Buddha of Compassion and reminiscent of a lotus blossom rising from a pond. Continue to the Temple of Literature, known as the first university of Vietnam built in 1070 by the Ly Dynasty to honor Confucius, sages and outstanding Vietnamese scholars. Afternoon, continue the tour to one of the following museums of choice namely the Museum of Fine Arts, the National Museum of Vietnamese, the Museum of Revolution, the Museum of Military History and the Museum of Ethnology. Go to Hoan Kiem Lake, the center point of Hanoi whose name “The Return Sword Lake” originated from a legend of a sacred sword and home to a rare endangered giant turtle species and visit Ngoc Son Temple on the lake. Next, take a one-hour cycle tour of the Old Quarter of Hanoi with its ancient streets representing traditional trades from the past. Finish the tour at the Thang Long Opera Theatre with a traditional Vietnamese water puppet show.   Meals: Breakfast Accommodation: Hotel in Hanoi

    Morning pickup at 8:00 AM from your hotel for transfer to Ha Long Bay, which is about 160 km or 3.5-hour drive away. On the way, you will see some rural areas of the Red River Delta with plenty of chances to take photos of Vietnamese farmers working in paddy fields. Stop half way to visit a handicraft workshop of fine clothes and embroidered paintings. Arrive in Ha Long City at 11:30 AM and check in aboard the booked junk right after the welcome drink is served. Start cruising while having lunch on board and enjoy the mighty bay view. Ha Long Bay meaning Descending Dragon Bay in Vietnamese as legend has it that it was where a holly dragon landed down from sky. The bay, famous as one of the world’s wonders and heritage sites whose formation dates back 500 million years, consists of around 2,000 karst islands and islets scattered over an area of 1,553 km2. The bay cruise will continue with up close sighting of Dinh Huong Island, Ga Choi Island, Dog Island, Sail Island, a visit to Sung Sot Cave and swimming stop at Titov Beach. Relax to enjoy the bay view at sunset, have dinner after, go fishing at 09:00 PM and spend a night on board.   Meals: Breakfast / Lunch/ Dinner Accommodation: overnight on cruises in Ha Long Bay

    Wake up at 06:30 AM and refresh your body and mind with a Tai Chi exercise on the sundeck. Tai Chi is an ancient internal martial art often practiced in soft and gracefully slow moves to enhance internal harmony and vitality. Have tea and coffee onboard before proceeding to Titov Islet or SoiSim Island to trek and swim. Check out at 09:30, have a buffet brunch while cruising back to shore. Disembark at 11:00 AM to transfer to Airport in Hanoi for flight to Hue. Arrive in Hue, welcome by our guide and transfer to Hue. Hotel check-in and time at leisure.   Meals: Brunch Accommodation: Overnight at hotel in Hue

    Morning, welcome by our guide and begin to sightsee the city. Begin with Hue Citadel, a well-known UNESCO-recognized World Heritage Site, which is a 520 ha fortress-like grand complex built in the early 1800s which features three enclosures separated by heavy ramparts namely KinhThanh Hue (Civic City) as the outer, Hoang Thanh (Royal City) as the middle and Tu Cam Thanh (Forbidden City) as the inner. Move on to Khai Dinh Tomb, the burial site of Khai Dinh, Vietnam’s second-to-last king, which is the most elaborate compared to other kings’ tombs. The tomb shows a vivid European influence in architecture despite its Asian style. Take an hour cyclo tour around the peaceful city. Afternoon, start sightseeing again with a boat cruise along the Perfume River for sightseeing and visiting two prominent historical landmarks namely Minh Mang Tomb, where Minh Mang, the 2nd Emperor of the Nguyen dynasty was buried, and Thien Mu Pagoda, a Buddhist monastery still in use with its origin dating back to 1601. Late afternoon, transfer to Hoi An via the Hai Van Pass (Ocean Cloud Pass). Enjoy a stunning headland-and-bay panoramic view from the pass, which for miles hugs the mountainside along the shoreline and overlooking the Pacific Ocean.   Meals: Breakfast Accommodation: Overnight at hotel in Hoian

    Morning, meet our guide at your hotel and transfer to discover the charm of Hoi An as a renowned World Heritage Site. Once a bustling maritime commercial port of Asia between 15th and 19th centuries, Hoi An is now a peaceful town of exceptionally well-preserved architecture, lifestyles and traditions. The town exemplifies a fascinating fusion of cultures between Vietnam and the outside world including China, Japan, Thailand and the Philippines. Highlights for sightseeing include the town’s iconic 400-year-old Covered Bridge with a small temple attached to one side as a prominent example of Japanese architecture, the Museum of Trade Ceramics which is an elegant Vietnamese style wooden house built in 1858 showcasing antique ceramic artifacts, the 200-year-old Tan Ky House typifying an ancient Chinese merchant residence, the Ong Temple built in 1653 by Chinese settlers to worship Guan Yu, an ancient Chinese general whose character stands for loyalty, bravery and justice and the local market vibrant with colors and activities. Afternoon, take a boat cruise on the Thu Bon River to enjoy the countryside landscapes. Land on Kim Bong village where carpentry has been practiced since the 16th Century as the village’s trademark to visit some old-fashioned boatyards using timber as the main material. Move on to Thanh Ha village to see its traditional ceramic production trade still alive and thriving despite the 500-year passage of time.   Meals: Breakfast Accommodation: Overnight at hotel in Hoian

    Morning, free at leisure until transfer to Danang Airport for flight to Hochiminh. Arrive at Tan Son Nhat International Airport, welcome by our guide and transfer to your hotel for check in. Afternoon, take a city tour to visit the Saigon Notre-Dame Basilica a neo-Roman cathedral built by the colonial French with materials entirely imported from Marseilles, the Saigon Central Post Office, which was designed and constructed in the early 20th Century by the famous French architect Gustave Eiffel, Cho Lon area or the city’s China Town and the Jade Emperor Temple (Phuoc Hai), a rare Taoist structure in Vietnam built by the Cantonese community in the area in 1909.   Meals: Breakfast Accommodation: Overnight at hotel in Hochiminh

    Morning, transfer to visit the Cu Chi Tunnels. The tunnels in Cu Chi district, 75 km Northwest of downtown Ho Chi Minh City, which were once a major underground hideout and resistance base of Viet Cong forces during the two wars against the French and later on Americans. The tunnels, entirely hand-dug, formed a highly intricate labyrinth-like network of interlinked multilevel passageways at times stretched as far as the Cambodian border and totaling over 120 km in length. Its complexity is beyond imagination containing meeting rooms, kitchens, wells, clinics, schools, depots, trenches and emergency exits all aimed for guerrilla warfare. The tunnels were deep and strong enough to withstand destructive bombings and self-contained enough to outlast prolonged sieges. Afternoon, take a sightseeing tour of Ho Chi Minh City that includes the War Remnants Museum, which features a comprehensive collection of the machinery, weapons, photos, and documentation of Vietnam War with the both the French and Americans, former Presidential Palace and Ben Thanh market.   Meals: Breakfast Accommodation: Overnight at hotel in Hochiminh

    Morning, travel by road to the Mekong Delta, the world’s largest delta and Vietnam's largest rice bowl. On arrival in My Tho City, capital of TiengGiangProvine, embark on a boat and navigate through intricate canals while observing the local daily life up close as well as the landscape of waterways and lush islands. Land on the Unicorn Island to enjoy wandering through verdant orchards, tasting fresh fruits and listening to some Southern style traditional music. Move on to the second delta province, Ben Tre, where you will watch local villagers make coconut candy in a rural workshop, walk around briefly and try riding a horse-pulled carriage. More cruising to some bee-keeping households to taste fresh homegrown honey and honey tea. Go back Ho Chi Minh City and spend time at leisure.   Meals: Breakfast Accommodation: Overnight at hotel in Hochiminh

    Morning, free at leisure for shopping and sightseeing until transfer with a private vehicle and English speaking guide. Arrival Siem Reap, meet your driver with a private vehicle and English speaking guide. Check in and leisure time.   Meals: Breakfast Accommodation: Overnight at hotel in Siem Reap

    In the morning, visit to the antique capital of Angkor Thom (12 century) : the South Gate with its huge statues depicting the churning of the ocean of milk, the Bayon Temple, unique for its 54 towers decorated with over 200 smiling faces of Avolokitesvara, the Phimeanakas, the Royal Enclosure, the Elephants Terrace and the Terrace of the Leper King. After your rest, visit the most famous of all the temples on the plain of Angkor: Angkor Wat. The temple complex covers 81 hectares and is comparable in size to the Imperial Palace in Beijing. Its distinctive five towers are emblazoned on the Cambodian flag and the 12th century masterpiece is considered by art historians to be the prime example of classical Khmer art and architecture. Angkor Wat’s five towers symbolize Meru’s five peaks - the enclosed wall represents the mountains at the edge of the world and the surrounding moat, the ocean beyond.   Meals: Breakfast Accommodation: Overnight at hotel in Siem Reap

    Morning: (start tour by 8:00AM), visit an ancient Hindu temple at the countryside, BANTEAY SREY (citadel of women, 35Km north of Siem Reap), was built from 968-1001 AD, is dedicated to Shiva God. In Cambodia it is a unique pink sandstone temple which has most beautiful deep carvings. Afternoon:  Beng Mealea (Beng Mealea temple was built in the 12 cetury, the layout and style of Beng Mealea is very similar to Angkor Wat. Its current state, however, is dominated by jungle. Trees have grown out of the towers and vines entangle columns. Lintels and others building blocks lay around in a tumble and require visitors to climb up and down as they approach the completely collapsed central towers. Ancient capital of Khmer Empire of Rolouse group such as Lolei, Bakong and Preah Ko temples.   Meals: Breakfast Accommodation: Overnight at hotel in Siem Reap

    Leisure time until transfer to Airport in Siem Reap for departure


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    Yangon, Bagan, Hanoi, Halong, Hue, Hoian, Danang, Hochiminh, Cu Chi Tunnels, My Tho, Siem Reap


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