15 nights in Vietnam/Cambodia with Halong Bay cruise
Vietnam and Cambodia Tour
4-star Edenstar Saigon Hotel, Ho Chi Minh
As a 4-star hotel, Edenstar Saigon (old name Eden Saigon Hotel) is located right in the center of business, shopping, commercial and entertainment district of Ho Chi Minh City. The exciting Bến Thành Market is only a 12 minute walk away. Guests will be impressed by the classy dark-wood furnishings and theme, partnered well with a modern and contemporary decor throughout. Located conviniently nearby a bus-stop, the Edenstar Saigon Hotel allows guests to take to sightseeing easily. The Saigon Notre Dame Basilica can also be found nearby within less than 2km.
The hotel boasts 129 polished, yet comfortable guest rooms with simple and tasteful design. All rooms come with free Wifi, flat-screen TVs and minibars as well as an in-room safe. Breakfast served in buffet style in the hotel restaurant area. The hotel also has a wellness centre, with massages available as well as a fitness center, and an outdoor swimming pool. The poolside bar with views of the city is a particular highlight, as is the lobby bar for a more casual drink.
4-star Hoi An Silk Village, Hoi An
Built to resemble an old-fashioned silk village, this beautiful resort is a stunning meeting of traditional Vietnamese culture and modern luxury. Located in the UNESCO Heritage Site of the ancient seaside city of Hoi An, equidistant between Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, this is the perfect place to discover the rich heritage of the country and its beautiful natural scenery. The spacious and air-conditioned guestrooms all feature large beds, free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and private views of either the garden or the swimming pool. Tiled pathways crisscross the resort and lead to various exciting in-house facilities. Visit the spa centre, where numerous, traditional treatments and massages can be sought or lounge on one of the deck chairs in front of the large outdoor pool. Along the paths you’ll also be able to find a library, a bar with karaoke, a children’s club, a gift shop as well as tours to a silk farm, where you can watch a wonderful craft that has been perfected over the last score of centuries.
The resort also features a floating restaurant, where you can sample lots of tasty Vietnamese dishes in a spectacular and traditional setting. If you’re seeking to explore the city of Hoi An further, then you can either borrow bikes from the hotel, set out on foot or take a taxi. Just a short distance from the resort, you’ll find exotic, sugar-white beaches, where you can plunge into the azure waves or just soak up the sun. At night you can see the floating lanterns on the Hanoi River in the old part of the city and just enjoy a friendly part of the world where every corner hides something new and interesting.
4-star Silk D’Angkor, Siem Reap
Silk D' Angkor Boutique Hotel is on the main road to the famous Angkor Wat temple - a UNESCO World Heritage site. With its convenient location, a few minutes walking distance to the National Museum, 1.6km away from the downtown area and 8 km to Siem Reap International Airport, the hotel is perfectly positioned for sightseeing comfortably. The resort has 67 guest rooms, elegantly furnished with rich timber floors, vibrant silk color and stylishly decorated with Khmer traditional fixtures. The hotel offers an outdoor pool, two restaurants and a pool bar.
Boutique Calypso Grand, Hanoi
Hanoi Calypso Hotel offers elegant accommodation in the shopping district of Hanoi's Old Quarter. Featuring free Wi-Fi and rooms with flat-screen TVs, the hotel is just a short distance from Hoan Kiem Lake - a main attraction of Hanoi, as well as Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum. Decorated in pleasant neutral shades, Calypso Hanoi's stylish air-conditioned rooms are fitted with classic wood furnishings, and also offer an electric kettle and mini-fridge. The hotel is just a 45-minute drive from Noi Bai International Airport and a 10-minute drive from Hanoi Train Station.
Halong Bay Flamingo Cruise
An English speaking guide is available for the duration of the cruise. The itinerary includes a visit to Titop Island Sung Sot Cave. Activities available include kayaking, squid fishing, swimming in the bay and a cooking class. Guests can enjoy free return bus transfers between Hanoi and Halong Bay, and the cruise ship. Vietnamese cuisine is served at Alova Restaurant while Alova Bar offers a variety of drinks.
Vietnam and Cambodia
Vietnam is developing at an astonishing pace and is a nation going places fast. The country is rich in culture and history coming together from diverse influences that have presided over the country and its people for thousands of years.
Vietnam is renowned worldwide for its magnificent natural beauty, friendly and inquisitive people and its delicious food, as well as its emerald-green mountains, ravishing coastline, breathtaking national parks and dynamic cities such as Ho Chi Minh City in the south and its capital Hanoi in the north. Vietnam is a treasure trove of memories. Its geography, man-made monuments and structures are supplemented by the positive attitude of the Vietnamese people themselves, creating an inspiring and captivating atmosphere for visitors and a holiday never to be forgotten.
Situated on the Indochinese peninsula and bordered by Thailand and Laos, Cambodia is a Southeast Asian gem characterised by majestic waterfalls, inspiring temples, and magical jungles. The mighty Khmer empire is still present throughout the region, particularly through the temples of Angkor, while the urban scene thrives in the likes of Siem Reap and Phnom Penh.
Siem Reap is located in northwest Cambodia, and the name of the city literally means Siamese defeated, referring to the victory of the Khmer Empire over the army of the Thai kingdom in the 17th century. Siem Reap doesn’t shy away from the thriving contemporary art scene and classic French architecture, but still is a hub of tourist entertainment thanks to the world-class dining and diverse nightlife – but no trip is complete without a visit to the incredible Angkor Wat temple. Additionally, Phnom Penh conjures up images of the exotic, and was once called the ‘Pearl of Asia’. The Cambodian capital sits at the junction of the Mekong and Tonlé Sap rivers and is the most populous city in the country. The ornate Royal Palace is the main attraction, boasting a Khmer architectural style and is the royal residence of the king of Cambodia.
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