8-Day Vietnam And Cambodia Delights From Hanoi

Join this 8-Day Vietnam And Cambodia tour from Hanoi. Enjoy an incomparable combination of tradition & elegance both in Vietnam and Cambodia.

8-Day Vietnam And Cambodia Delights From Hanoi


  • Escape from the busy city and explore the Vietnamese countryside life with Ba Vi Eco Tour.
  • Enjoy the breathtaking landscapes of limestone rocks in Halong Bay.
  • Visit the magnificent complex of ancient Khmer temples.

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Day 1: Welcome To Vietnam – Hanoi Arrival

The trip starts with your arrival in Vietnam. Your private chauffeur will meet you at the airport and welcome you. You’ll be escorted by private transport to the hotel. Check in and get over the jet lag at your hotel. The remainder of the day is at your convenience. So, enjoy the way you all want to.

You’ll be able to mooch around the city streets. Historical beauty, architectural marvels, and a variety of products are splashed throughout this area.

After enjoying yourself for the first day, return to the hotel for a relaxing night.

In Hanoi overnight.

Day 2: Countryside Getaway

08:00 Launch your journey to the village of Ri in Ba Vi. You will arrive at Mr. Duoc’s house with a welcome drink after 1.5 hours of driving.

Visiting the 30-year-old tea plantation in Ri Village at 10:00 a.m. This is a lush and quiet place where you can enjoy the village’s beautiful landscape. This tea plantation plays an important role in supplying the whole of northern Vietnam with tea goods. You’re going to have a chance to help local families grow tea leaves, you’re going to know how to pick the best part of the tea tree to make the most beautiful drink as traditional tea from Vietnam.

Mr. Duoc is a Vietnam War veteran and is the owner of a large tea farm. He is also an expert in the handling of raw tea leaves. Before the sale, he will introduce you to how to make decent green tea.

In addition to enjoying great tea with green lentils or lotus seeds made by his relatives, you will have a great time listening to the host’s stories of his life during the Vietnam War.

11:15-Driving about 10 minutes to visit another host family in Moc Village to send you a Mrs. Chin-a host family cooking lesson. She’s going to teach you how to prepare Vietnamese rice, and you’re going to have a nice time enjoying your lunch.

12:30: Have lunch with the host family, and after lunch, have a short rest. You’ll then head back to Hanoi and have some free time to explore the area.

In Hanoi overnight.

Day 3: Amazing Landscape That Takes Your Breath Away

Check-out from the hotel in the morning and pick-up by cruise ship. Take the most scenic path to Halong Bay through the Red River Delta with emerald green rice paddies. You will take a bay cruise to discover the limestone rocks and the karst grottoes upon arrival at Halong.

After your discovery of the bay, it’s time to enjoy a delicious lunch of seafood, and after a trip to the popular limestone cave in Ha Long Bay, you can spend some time here, kayaking or swimming, so that you can get closer to the floating villages and shops. You will return to the boat in the evening for an early dinner, accompanied by some leisure time. The events taking place on the boat can also be attended by you.

On a cruise overnight.

Day 4: Sunrise From The Deck

Get up early for a lesson in Tai Chi or just enjoy a hearty breakfast. The boat returns to the port and stops at the Limestone Cave, full of stalagmites and stalactites. You’d sail back to the main harbor from here, and return to Hanoi at about 17:00. Free at your moment of leisure.

In Hanoi overnight.

Day 5: Travel From Hanoi To Cambodia

Have breakfast at the hotel and have free leisure time before you are moved to the airport by a private cab and ready for the next flight to Siem Reap.

Transfer to hotel check-in on arrival. Continue in the afternoon to visit Artisan D’Angkor, the Handicraft Center for wood and stone carving processes. A special glass-walled stupa containing the bones of the victims of the Khmer Rouge continues its visit to Wat Thmey or Killing Ground.

In Siem Reap overnight.

Day 6: Explore The Magnificient Complex Of Ancient Khmer

Visit Angkor Thom’s South Gate after breakfast: Bayon Temple, Royal Enclosure, Phimeanaka, Elephant, and Leper King Terrace. Continue to Ta Prohm’s visit (the Jungle temple).

Visit Thommanan, Chaosay Tevoda, Ta Keo: a small, attractive temple in very good condition, built at the same time as Angkor Wat. “Continue to Angkor Wat: World’s “7th Wonders ‘. World Heritage Site, renowned for its beauty and splendor since 1992.

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Angkor Wat features the world’s longest continuous bas-relief running along the walls of the outer gallery and narrating stories from Hindu mythology. Continue to visit Bakheng Hill: the view at the top of the hill at sunset.

The first major temple in the Angkor region to be founded is Bakheng. This temple-mountain provides outstanding views of Tonle Sap and Angkor Wat Wat (visit Night & Pub Street).

Overnight at the Siem Reap Hotel.

Day 7: Discover The Once Capital Of Cambodia

After breakfast, visit Floating Village, take a trip on Tonle Sap Lake by traditional wooden boat to experience human occupations on the edges of the lake is similarly distinctive-floating villages, towering quiet homes, massive fish traps, and an economy and way of life profoundly intertwined with the lake, the fish, the wildlife, and the rising and falling waters cycles. In the wet season, one of the largest freshwater lakes in Asia is Tonle Sap Lake.

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In the afternoon, we will drive to the Pouk district about 15 km west of Siem Reap town where you will visit the silk farm, a fascinating farm/workshop where you will see the whole process of silk production including growing the silkworm food, breeding the worms, extracting and refining silk, developing and looming typical kit dying pattern.

A silk and souvenir retail store. Visit Western Baray (Baray Occidental) on the way back, measuring 8 km by 2.3 km, providing water for intensive cultivation of the land around Angkor.

Overnight at the Siem Reap Hotel.

Day 8: Time To Say Goodbye – Siem Reap Departure

On the final day of your journey, enjoy a balanced breakfast. After visiting the local markets and buying souvenirs for your loved ones, complete the hotel check-out formalities. Later, leave and board your flight back home.

The journey finishes here.

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