Journey on Vietnam
Description of itinerary
- Halong Bay;
- Hue Royal City;
- Da Nang;
- Hoi An Ancient Town;
- Ho Chi Minh City;
- Mekong Delta / My Tho;
- Cu Chi Tunnles.
Day 1 – Arrival In Hanoi (by A/C car)
Arrival at Noi Bai Airport, warmly welcome to everybody, a moment of courtesy meeting of the tour guide in the meeting points Noi Bai Airport.
Hanoi – its legendary beginnings from 1,010 to 15th century then before the World War II, after 1954 as well, is the cradle of Red River Delta civilization with green rice-fields, its Old streets and colonial Quarter, its calm lakes, the shaded boulevards, its verdant public parks and sunny smiles with truly Far-East Asian faces …
Then our experienced tour guide will transmit you the loveliest aspects of Hanoi – the ancient city of 1,000 yrs, during 45 by coach from the airport to your hotel in the centre city. Time of rest in your hotel.
Note: check-in time is after 14.00HRS. Early check in will be charged extra of 50% or 100% of one night depending on your check in time.
Overnight in Hanoi.
Day 2 – Hanoi – Full Day Tour (By A/C car, rickshaw)
After breakfast, enjoy a full day tour of Hanoi, let’s experience the basic concepts of political Vietnam currently by visit to the Chairman Palace area, there are Ho Chi Minh mausoleum, Ba Dinh National square, Stilt House; One Pillar Pagoda, a nice group picture should photo in the parade yard of Ba Dinh National square with the great back view of Ho Chi Minh mausoleum. Continuing to visit Tran Quoc Pagoda & Quan Thanh Temple are located on an islet of West Lake, then the Temple of Literature, is a classic Confucianism temple from the category “Confucianism”, was founded as a Confucian Temple and a huge statue and alter to Confucius remain there today, the first university in Viet Nam was founded here and many rows and rows of big stone slabs that sat on the backs of stone tortoises. These slabs are actually the stele of the schools successful doctorate candidates.
In the afternoon, you visit to the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology where contains more than 10,000 objects which depict all aspects of life, customs, and habits of the 54 ethnic groups of Vietnam. You will enjoy later an interesting tour by traditional Pedicabs, the best and most stylish way as far more charming to see Hanoi and to take in the sights and sounds of the Old quarter is by Cycle ( a tricycle ), your people will enjoy 1 hour cycle tour the Old Quarter and shopping streets to watch the daily lives of the people living on and around the busy areas, the small rickshaws will carry you strolling around the Old Quarter and shopping streets, to relax and view to daily-life surrounding or communicating is a good way to have a full impression of the city, catch the spirit of Vietnam. Rickshaws will return back at the Garden of Hoan Kiem Lake – the Return-Sword Lake, to visit Ngoc Son – Heroic Temple, But Tower, where you will be fascinating with legendary stories from 600 years that a turtle stole a kings sword and took it to the bottom of this lake.
A moment free in Garden of Hoan Kiem Lake to enjoy the lovely Hanoi landscapes in the sunset until the time of water puppet show, a unique art form of Vietnamese, at Thang Long Water Puppet Troupe, and you will also experience more about a specific culture in South-East Asia coming from agriculture of wet rice during the performance.
Back to hotel and free leisure at night. Overnight in Hanoi.
Day 3 – Hanoi / Halong Bay (A/C car 175 km, Cruising by wooden junk)
This morning, check-out right after breakfast, and straight up to Halong Bay, the highway is smoothly and cost you of 3.5 – 4 hours usually, since we have to stop somewhere for the rests or visiting also. Landscapes en route are very interesting with the immense rice-fields, farmers are working in the fields, small and peace villages… there are the sweet beginnings to talk with then explanation of Vietnam by our tour guide.
Arrival Halong Bay, come to the Marina for a cruising tour 5 hours by a big wooden Junk on Halong Bay, this is a golden time for your voyage – a masterpiece of Nature.
Ha Long Bay is constituted by 3000 small and big islands of all shapes. In 1994 UNESCO classified Halong Bay as a World Natural Heritage and in November 2000, the World Heritage Committee reconfirmed this classification, your excursion to Halong Bay will re-evaluate the classification of UNESCO to this fairyland. In the book intituled “Wonders of the World” published in 1950. The French marshal Lyautey compared it with Venice rocks in the “Letters of Tonkin and Madagascar” (June 24, 1895).
The French novelist Yvonne Schultz did not hesitate to praise the miraculous beauty of this bay: “All heights and ten thousand forms; imagination, imitation, pagodas, Hindu temples, menhirs, Chinese towers, pieces of chess-board or true immense mountain. And the extraordinary flows simulating the ruined keeps, the broken down bastions, a succession of palaces with the open belly and tribes of mutilated idols.”
HALONG BAY is nearly a hidden bay with thousands of limestone islands densely rising from the blue jade water in a sea area of over 1500 square kilometres. Its 1969 green islands enfeeble the strong winds blowing from the ocean to leave the transparent water of the bay often calm in cool and healthy air. From time to time, sailing Junk appearing and disappearing between the islands make the poetic sight more colourful like sparkling pearls or coral reefs found out in the bay. The beauty of the bay is not monotonous, at different positions of viewing; it will astonish viewers with quite different fascinations. In the caves and grottoes of stone islands, visitors will discover and admire how many impressive stalactites and stalagmites. The caves have strange but very accurate names, have their own legends in their names as Thien Cung (Heaven Palace) grotto, Dau Go (Wooden Head) grotto, stop-over to visit the caves, your sailing Junk will continue to visit around the shapely islets of fighting cock, incense-burner and others. Landing in Titop Islet, there is the calm and so clean sand & transparent beaches, somewhat little rocky mountains and a beautiful tall terrace, enjoy sun-sea bathing there that always waits to give you the most wonderful sea bathing in calm, transparent water under the sunlight.
We shall suggest you do not miss a romantic lunch with very fresh sea-food on-board, since after visit the floating-rafts/houses of living sea-food, taste the specialties of Halong Bay is quite a life-time experience. (see supplement) The Junk sailing back to Marina and transfer to hotel for check-in.
We highly recommend a strolling walk along the shore of Halong Bay while the sun is setting down, enjoy yourself the pure breeze, beautiful view of glow of sunset in the sky… is the perfect compensation to the busy days recently.
Overnight in Halong Bay.
Day 4 – Halong Bay / Hanoi / Hue Royal City (by plane, A/C car, boat)
Early breakfast, you will check-out and transfer to Noi Bai airport in Hanoi for a domestic flight via VN245 at 10.10-11.20 to Hue Royal City, the Complex of Monuments, the heart of central Vietnam served as Vietnam’s political capital 1802 to 1945 under the 13 emperors of the Nguyen Dynasty and was recognized as the World Cultural Heritage Site. Hue – has been the Capital of a unified Vietnam, built at about the beginning of the 19th century, combines the oriental philosophy with the traditions of Vietnam. Intimately mingled with the natural environment, the beauty and special richness of the architecture and decorative art of the building are an original image of the Vietnamese monarchy at its most prosperous period.
Check in your hotel and you spend time strolling around the mighty Imperial City, photo-stop at the Royal National high-school and its Royal Stele on the bank of Perfume River, which was the most famous National school in Vietnam, visit The Imperial City – Purple Forbidden City, is the best-preserved remnant of a vast citadel and royal quarters that once existed on the site. To put the ruins into context, it is important to consider how they were originally used., there are a network of palaces, gates, and courtyards that served as The Emperor’s home and the administrative core of the Empire, visit The Flag Tower – a huge structure of three flat-top pyramids, the nine holy cannons are housed in two buildings beside the The Nhan and Quang Duc Miradors in the Citadel of Hue, Palace of the Supreme Harmony, was the building for great court’s meetings. It faces the Noontime Gate (Ngo Mon Gate) and lies right on the central axis of the Citadel, The Mieu Temple is situated southwest of the Citadel and facing south, dedicated to ten Emperors of the Nguyen Dynasty, then The Royal Theatre – DUYET THI DUONG was the oldest of Vietnamese traditional stage that remained.
Transfer to the Royal Marina and continuing boat upstream to visit Thien Mu Pagoda (Pagoda of Heavenly Lady). While the wind smoothly moves the bamboo branches.One hears the Thiên Mu bell, and the Thá»?-Xuong roosters song.
Thien Mu Pagoda located on a sloping pine hill with the front side facing the Perfume River, was firstly built in 1601 which its 21-metre-high tower of seven storeys and refined bell are always the most beautiful sceneries of the ancient pagodas in whole country, and the highest spirit of Vietnamese also, a moment enjoy the beautiful views of sunset, the sun is setting down along the Perfume river and the tinged clouds becoming dim on horizon. Lets put in your mind the sceneries surroundings…they may be a shine star of lifetime and memorable feelings.
This evening, you may enjoy a most impressive dinner with ROYAL FORMALITIES at DUYET THI DUONG THEATRE inside the CITADEL, there is the former Royal Theatre for the Lords of Vietnam from mostly 200 years ago, and the oldest of Vietnamese traditional stage that remained.
The lovely lantern lights on the way will highlight the road towards the Citadel. Welcome by royal cocktail then experience ROYAL DINNER with 10 Course banquet menus. Enjoy Vietnamese court music and royal dances, which proclaimed as a Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO. We are staying Hue so this is the good time to look-back then taste the forbidden palaces’ environment as the Oriental Lords, the Kings and Mandarins in its golden time.
Let vote one Lady and one Gentleman in your group to be the King and the Queen as well, the rests will surely are the high ranking Civil / Military Mandarins. The ceremonial music band and traditional dance will perform during dinner (see supplement).
Free evening for individual exploring in dreamlike Hue. Overnight in Hue.
Day 5 – Hue Royal City / Da Nang / Hoi An Ancient Town (A/C car 135km)
A continue your exciting historical tour by a visit to the Royal Tomb of Tu Duc King, its serious sceneries, impressive architectures to remind a splendid monarchy and the circulate widely false news of the real tomb of Tu Duc remains hidden for future generations to discover. Continue to visit the Royal Tomb of Khai Dinh King, is the final resting place of the Emperor of Vietnam from 1916-1925. The tomb represents a fusion of traditional Vietnamese style and modern influence, the tomb is almost entirely made of concrete and includes many European architectural details.
Back to your hotel and check out around noon, then depart to Da Nang City, an ancient land closely connected with cultural traditions, mixing the famous beautiful sites, the white sand beaches. The trip passes many spectacular scenarios along the National Highway 1, via the breathing Hai Van Pass, literal meaning is “Sea and Cloud”, is the highest and longest pass in Vietnam with the north- south national highway zigzagging through it for almost 20 km. Reaching to a height of 496 m above sea level the pass seems to be lost in the clouds almost all of the time. In the 15th century King Le Thanh Ton when stopping here to admire the dreamy and majestic scene of sky cloud and sea called it “De Nhat Hung Quan” (the First Grandiose Landscape of the country). From the highest point of the pass you get a birds eye view of the rich lowlands encircling the city of Danang with its image reflected on the waters of Han River. To the south and at the foot of the mountain lies the Nam O seashore where there is a fine beach with gentle waves and fishing boats crowding the water front.
Photo-stop somewhere in the Pass, get your perfect pictures of Lang Co beach, a spectacular landscape & peaceful fishing hamlet.
Arrival in Danang, you will visit to the Museum of Cham Sculpture, began in 1915. This is the only museum dedicated to preserving the unique Champa sculptural heritage in South East Asia. There are about 300 items of sculpture exhibited here. Most of them are original works carved in sandstone, some are terracotta. Items exhibited include altars statues and decorations from Cham towers and palaces. The statues include the Gods Siva Vishnu Brahma as well as the brahmanists Buddhas dancers and musicians elephants lions the holy cow Nandin and the holy bird Garuda. These date from the 7th century to the 15th century. Then stone carving villages at Marble Mountains, where visitors will see the skilful artisans working on the products of marble / granite and visitors can choose a collection of excellent stone products for souvenir.
Proceeding to Hoi An ancient town, lies on the banks of the Thu Bon River, 30 km south of Danang, has a distinct Chinese atmosphere with low, tile-roofed houses and narrow streets; the original structure of some of these streets still remains almost intact. Occupied by early western traders, Hoi An was one of the major trading centres of Southeast Asia in the 16th century. All the houses were made of rare wood, decorated with lacquered boards and panels engraved with Chinese characters. Pillars were also carved with ornamental designs.
Check in your hotel and free at leisure at night. Overnight in Hoian.
Day 6 – Hoi An Ancient Town (by A/C car)
After breakfast, enjoy an interesting town-tour by walking is the best way to discover Hoian ancient town, visit The Japanese Covered Bridge where retains a harmony of architectural styles, combining Chinese, Vietnamese, Japanese cultural characteristics. Ong Pagoda is one of the typical pagodas in Hoi An’s old quarter, built in 1653 and is dedicated to Quan Thanh De Quan (Quan Van Truong). Fukien ESE Assembly Hall was built in 1692 by Chinese Phuoc Kien merchants, is architecturally unique with its artistic ornaments and beautiful statues, Chinese architectural style combined with Vietnamese workmanship has enriched it with Hoi An’s cultural character. Tan Ky Ancient House, constructed almost two centuries ago as the house of a Vietnamese merchant. It has always been lovingly preserved and now looks almost exactly as it did in the early 19th century, Hand-made Silk workshop as a last destination.
Afternoon, take your time to free at leisure on beach in Hoian (Cua Dai beach, Cham Islets and so on…) named as the China beach, with ‘crystal clear water’, so transparent water, often calm and healthy air. The beach in Hoian has something for everyone – really! Ringed by many windy bays and beaches – some yellow sand, others brilliant strips of white sand, with an archipelago of islets off its south coast, a jungle of casuarinas covered interior and a handful of fishing villages, there is enough to do for a longer stay than you may be planning.
You would enjoy yourself free-care full days to sun-sea bathing on beach or just relax yourself and lazing around to discover the exotic sightseeing spectacularly. Overnight in Hoian.
Day 7 – Hoi An / Danang / Ho Chi Minh City (by plane, A/C car)
After breakfast, check-out and transfer direct to Da Nang airport for flight to Saigon or Ho Chi Minh City by VN321 at 08.00-09.10.
Arrival in Tan Son Nhat airport in Saigon or Ho Chi Minh City, a young city with the age of more than 300 years, a center of culture, education, commerce and tourism of Vietnam, the biggest city of Vietnam mix with the West and the Orient, and once known as the “Pearl of Far East”.
On the way to transfer to your hotel for check-in, photo – stop at Neo-Roman Notre Dame Cathedral – one of the most splendid and typical of the beautiful French-built churches in Ho Chi Minh city, next Municipal Post Office – Saigons French-style main post office to admire and take photos of its nice architecture that is one of the Ho Chi Minh Citys symbolizing images. Later, pass by Ho Chi Minh City People Committee (also the old French City Hall before 1975), and Municipal Theatre built in 1899.
Check-in (at noon) and a moment of rest.
Afternoon, you will visit the Reunification Palace – a symbol of Saigon old Government before 1975, (also called former President Palace) to learn the sorrowful historic of Vietnam Ideology War from 1954-1975, then drive slowly along a historical boulevard which the impressive buildings as the old US Embassy the Prime Ministerial building and many more, there are like the historical witnesses to the ups and downs, political upheavals of a Nation and its generations. Your tour is followed up to the War Remnants Museum where you will listen to about and feel how the wars of resistance against the old and new colonial powers, get the experience of the American War in Vietnam. Left time of the day for shopping at the Ben Thanh Market – a most typical market of Vietnam, with how many things are available for your choice: jewelry, gold and silvers items, silk, lacquer-ware, woodcarving, ready-made clothes… all at extremely attractive price.
Evening, we highly recommend a good dinner cruise (see supplement) on Saigon River in a floating restaurant and getting the admirable feel of the charming views of Saigon river and city-by-night during a short river-cruising.
Overnight in Ho Chi Minh City.
Day 8 – Ho Chi Minh City / Mekong River / My Tho (by A/C car 70km, motor-boat, rowing-boat)
After breakfast, take an interesting excursion to Mekong Rivers, overland 70 kilometers to My Tho town – the “Gateway of Mekong River and its Delta”, short stopover at Cao Dai Temple in Ben Luc town, a very specific religion of countrymen in Mekong Delta which combines Buddhism, Christianity, Taoism and Confucianism, and native Vietnamese spiritualism. Mekong Delta – the rice granary of Vietnam and has vast areas of durian, mango, rambutan and other delicious tropical fruit trees.
Arrival My Tho and transfer to the bank of Mekong River, take a motor river-boat which to be rent exclusively for the group then crossing the Upper River and cruising along Tan Long Peninsula, let’s enjoy this golden moment to relax the verdant luxuriant sceneries of the watery region, taste very fresh coconut milk, disembark and visit a island, stop-over a handicraft village that produces house-hold items from materials of coconut trees. Walking on the quite country roads, you will reach to local lush orchards, taste delicious fresh fruits, drink hot tea with honey during the traditional melodies and folk music surround you. From here you can observe the life of the Mekong River Delta, the main source of rice and many other agricultural products of Vietnam. Enjoy also a short tilbury carriage tour on the village road. Take boat trip along the canal network with a bit of adventure mood in Ben Tre Province to visit a bee farm and then a coconut candy workshop. Till now rivers and artificial canals are an important circulation system of the Mekong Delta.
After that, take boats to come back to My Tho city. Lunch (see supplement) will be served in a local restaurant with the specialties of the Delta.
Drive then back to Ho Chi Minh City. Free for your own leisure at the hotel.
Overnight in Ho Chi Minh City.
Day 9 – Ho Chi Minh City / Cu Chi Tunnels (by A/C car 70km)
Morning depart to Cu Chi Tunnels located at the threshold of Saigon and adjacent to the revolutionary base, played an important role in the two wars on before 1975. Visitors will have a lot of questions as knowing that Cu Chi was an “underground village” with its labyrinth of interlaced tunnels having a combined length of more than 200 km of tunnels built here by the Communist guerrillas are the highlight of South Vietnam tours. You will be guided to the bedrooms, meeting rooms, air-raid shelters, smokeless kitchens, and experience life underground during your short visit to this extraordinary tunnel complex. Opportunity to crawl into the tunnels for discovering and hearing all things of it. You can also try shooting with real bullets here (your own account).
Back to Ho Chi minh City, and stop-over to visit China Town, the really typical marketplace, a good indication of the importance the Chinese have traditionally played in Vietnams economy. Witness the bustling Binh Tay Wholesales Market where the most Oriental typical commercial center, continuing to visit a Chinese Lady Temple of over 150 years, with the legendary story of the ancient boat-men refugees from mainland China during the feudal dynasties, which are illustrated via an impress collection of Chinaware and porcelain masterpieces. If time permits, we will continue visit and shopping at An Dong Market with diversified goods, particularly, clothes, garments and silk
You shall not miss an Outdoor dinner at Binh Quoi Village. For those travelers thirsting for cultural highlights of Vietnam, try dinner at Binh Quoi village for the most traditional surrounds accompanied with the best of regional Vietnamese cuisine.
Evening is the time of Cultural Show-Dinner, is a fantastic dinner in a garden-riverside restaurant on buffet or set-menu, transfer to Binh Quoi tourist village, and enjoys a traditional show of wedding ceremony before having buffet dinner on the riverside restaurant with a very pleasant setting. The show will tell you the Southern Vietnamese traditional wedding with folk music and classic melodies, rites expressing Vietnamese humanity, a cup of reception herbal tea is good beginning to wake-up your mind for a night show (see supplement). (the wedding show is available on Tue, Thu and Sat only).
Back to hotel and free leisure at night. Overnight in Ho Chi Minh City.
Day 10 – Fly back home from Ho Chi Minh City
After breakfast, take your time to free at leisure for your independent activities until check out (at noon), transfer to the Tan Son Nhat Airport for a return flight back home. Have a safe trip back home!
Note: check-out time is before 12.00HRS. Early check in will be charged extra of 50% or 100% of one night depending on your check out time.
It’s timely, you have to say Good-Bye Vietnam. Good-bye Indochina. You surely have plentiful memories of Orient also my country. We (Indochina Incentive House) thank you very much for your choice of our company as your ground handler in Vietnam and may be Indochina countries on further, be sure all our people are your best friends always and beyond. May we will meet and honoured welcome you have other voyages to Indochina in the days coming, continuing to discover, to experience the endless imposing landscapes, and then get the really restful moments in a diversified World and a colourful Sub region of Mekong River: VIETNAM – LAOS – CAMBODIA – THAILAND – MYANMAR!
Good-bye and see you again!
Prices in U$ Dollar
|Rating Hotels||2||3||4-6||7-10||11-14||15+1||20+1||25+1||01 ext nit in Hoi An||Single Suppl.|
- US$18 / pax / lunch.
- US$20 / pax / dinner.
- US$22 / pax / Saigon river cruising dinner.
- US$25 / pax / dinner with Traditional Wedding Show in Saigon (available on Tue, Thu & Sat)
- US$65 / pax / dinner with ROYAL FORMALITIES at DUYET THI DUONG THEATRE inside the CITADEL (for group-size over 25 paxs).
Supplement of the airfares for flights on Economic Class:
- Hanoi / Hue: US$110/PAX inclusive of departure airport tax;
- Danang / Saigon: US$110/PAX inclusive of departure airport tax.
REMARK: The airfare ticket may change without prior notice, unless tickets issue.
- Private-transportation between areas by air-conditioned vehicle, boat, rickshaw as indicated in the itinerary.
- Accommodation based on twin or double – sharing room with daily breakfast.
- Sightseeing and entrance fees as indicated in the itinerary on travelling days.
- Regional English speaking guide on travelling days.
- International / Domestic flights and departure airport taxes.
- Visa arrangement fees. (Visa on upon arrival is available; PLEASE ASK US FOR FURTHER ASSISTANCES).
- Personal expense such as telephone calls, fax, laundry, beverages and meals, and highlights or sightseeings which are not indicated in the program.
- An extra charge for GERMAN & SPANISH speaking guides at US$ 30/group /day.
- An extra charge for a RUSSIAN speaking guides at US$ 30/ day & ITALIAN speaking guides at US$ 60/ day. These guides are available in Northern & Southern Vietnam only.
- Lunch and dinner during the trip (see supplement);
- Excess baggage charges. Tips to guides, porterages & drivers.
Child policy: Sharing room with parents
- Child under 6 YRS without extra bed : 40% of adult’s rate, with extra bed : 65% of adult’s rate
- Child from 6-10 YRS without extra bed: 60% of adult’s rate, with extra bed: 80% of adult’s rate.
- Child from 10 YRS without extra bed: 80% of adult’s rate, with extra bed: 100% of adult’s rate.
|Cities||Deluxe 5*||First Class 4*||Superior 3*|
|Halong Bay||Halong Plaza|
|Hue Royal City||Imperial|
|Hoi an Ancient Town||Palm Garden Resort|
Golden Sand Resort
|Hoi An Beach Resort|
|Ho Chi Minh City||New World|
- Other similar hotels are replaced if the mentioned hotels are fully booked.
Conditions of tour
The offered prices have been just estimated, might valid until MARCH, 2009, subject to change prior by room abilities before departure date without any notice, especially on Christmas – New Year Days, Lunar New Year & Public holidays periods, kindly to ask a final rate as tailor-made for your group size and supposed departure day.
Notes of payment
Please be informed that payment by Bank Draft is NOT accepted.
Deposit representing of a 30% estimated charge for the whole is to be submitted when tentative confirm and the balance will be paid at least 15 days prior to arrival.
Rooming List/Name List
A rooming list/Name List for the group or individual bookings must be submitted to the HOTEL/INNER AIR CARRIERS at least 30 days prior to the groups or as soon as if it is available.
30 days prior for the groups arrival.
- Within 30 days prior to arrival, 30% charge will be applied;
- Within 21 days prior to arrival, 50% charge will be applied;
- Within 14 days prior to arrival, 70% charge will be applied;
- Within 7 days prior to arrival, 100% charge will be applied;
In cases of Force Majeure, unpredictable events (natural calamity, epidemic diseases, delayed flights, etc.) which are powerless or out of control. We will not compensate any service influenced. The parties concerned nevertheless just try the best in order to limit potential loss or damage.
Passengers will pay all expenses as the extra for any change, which is made by the Clients themselves during the on-going tour.
During the on-going tour, any cut of services, which is made by Passengers themselves, will not be refunded at all.
The responsibility of our company and land partners is limited. We will not accept any responsibility in the event of damage, loss, accident, illness, delay or other irregularity due to defects in any vehicle used for transportation or the fault or default of any company or person employed in the organization of the transportation. We are not responsible for any consular, political or military complications created voluntarily or involuntarily by the passengers or any other person. We cannot be held responsible for any fault or default or negligence by hotels owners or his employees. We reserve the right to decline, to accept or retain any person and to change or cancel the tours, if necessary, for any reason. The airline tickets shall, when issued, constitute to the sole contract between the passenger and the airline. The airline is not to be held responsible for any act, omission or event, when the passengers are not on board its aircraft. Any deposit will represent acceptance of all the above mentioned conditions.
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Visa to Vietnam or Myanmar
Visa on upon arrival is avaible with the approve letter
We will assist your dear clients to get the entry visa on UPON ARRIVAL easily. Please do send methe passport copiesorpersonal detailsof your travellers ( fullname as mentioned in the passport, DOB, sex, date of arrival/departure, occupation ), we will arrange the APPROVE LETTER which have been issued from the Immigration Department of Vietnam, you must receive our fax of this APPROVE LETTER then to keep it BEFORE boarding. At immigration counters in the International airports, please show your passport + 1 picture 4 cm x 4 cm + copy of this APPROVE LETTER, then an tourist entry visa will be issued with 1 month validity right after. Our assistants will come into the immigration counters to welcome and assist your people for this visa procedure.
Fee for this visa service including stamping fee in VIETNAM is 70 usd/pax. ( 3-4 working days for arranging the APPROVE LETTER )
Fee for this visa service including stamping fee in MYANMAR is 100 usd/pax. ( 14 working days for arranging the APPROVE LETTER )
Visa to Cambodia & Laos: VISA ON UPON ARRIVAL IS AVAILABLE WITHOUTTHE APPROVE LETTER an entry visa on upon arrival could be applied easily in the international airports, tourist will just fill-in the immigration forms, show their passport with 1 picture 4 cm x 4 cm, then an tourist entry visa will be issued with 1 month validity for Cambodia and 15 days validity for Laos right after, please pay a stamping fee of 20 usd/pax for Cambodia, 30 usd/pax for Laos right in the immigration counters. (Cambodia online visa might be available at www.mfaic.gov.kh)
Kindly to advise if you would like to have the private custom programes, corporate or incentive and leisure travels as well, special itineraries/free-easy services and/or tours-on-request of Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia and Myanmar, entry visa services, let us know more about your planning programes and we will be happy to work out the Custom tours for your dear people.