Vietnam & Cambodia Tour: Mekong Delta Cruise to Ancient Angkor Wat – 21Days
Starts : Hanoi City , ends : Siem Reap City
Trip code: VCTMDCTAAW2aD
Ages: Minimum age for children on this trip is 10 years old.
Accommodation: Hotel 4 & 5 stars
Transport: Boat, Private Van /Car, Plane
Tour Type: Private (min 2 persons)
Day 1 : Hanoi City Arrival
Your adventure begins in Hanoi, where a local guide will help you get to grips with Vietnam’s ancient capital.
When you arrive at Hanoi’s Noi Bai Airport, your English-speaking local guide will be waiting to collect you and accompany you by private car to your city-centre hotel. The rest of the day will be yours to spend as you wish, whether you prefer to enjoy the facilities at your hotel or step out onto the streets to explore the chaotic capital of Vietnam. Hanoi is an alluring city of contrasts, best discovered on foot. Tonight perhaps get to know your new travel buddies over a glass of fresh bia hoi. This is a foamy, light beer made fresh each day and served in basic, open-walled ‘brew halls’. Take up a brightly coloured plastic chair and sip your tasty brew.
Day 2 : Hanoi City Tour
This full-day private tour of Hanoi showcases the best of a city known as the “Paris of the East”. Travelers will kick off their morning with a stop at the Ho Chi Minh Complex, where they will get an up-close look at the former leader’s stilt-house residence, mausoleum and Presidential Palace before exploring the Ho Chi Minh Museum. Afterwards, visitors with journey to the Temple of Literature, which was constructed as an homage to the great thinker Confucius. Travelers can wander the grounds of the first university in the nation, which dates all the way back to 1070! The historic halls are lined with decorative turtle backs inscribed with the names of university graduates. Five impressive courtyards with paths once reserved for the Emperor are now open to the public. Check out the statue of Confucius in one of the courtyards and marvel at the bronze storks standing atop resting turtles meant to guard the academic. Because Ho Chi Minh Moausoleum is closed on Mondays and Fridays, travelers will tour the Hoa Lo Prison instead.
Enjoy a traditional Vietnamese lunch in comfort and style before touring the Museum of Ethnology. Championed as the top museum in the country, this impressive hub of culture and history offers up plenty of information about the 54 ethnic minorities that make up this nation. From there, travelers will head to Ngoc Son Temple, located on a small island in the picturesque Hoan Kiem Lake. This striking architectural masterpiece dates back to the 13th century.
Visitors will end the day on an hour-long cyclo tour through Hanoi’s Old Quarter, where an expert driver will navigate the narrow streets and back alley passes. Travelers can comb through the wares at tiny shops and quiet storefronts before returning to the hotel.
Day 3: Hanoi to Sapa by private car
Our adventure starts with the drive to the mountain town of Sapa. The journey to Sapa will take the best part of the day. The drive is worthwhile though, as the scenery on your northward journey into the highlands is both dramatic and breathtaking.
Using a private car is more convenient and more flexible. The travel time is shorter because you don’t have to wait for others as by train , and it allows you some breaks for photographs, refreshments or a toilet stop along the way.
The road connecting from Hanoi to Lao Cai is Highway and take 3hours driving
From Lao Cai to Sapa. The car ride uphill takes a bit more than an half hour, giving you a glimpse of the region’s stunning vistas and impressive rice terraces along the way. When you reach Sapa, Check in Hotel and have a lunch at local restaurant
Your today trek departs from Sapa to Ta Phin valley. Walk with your experienced guide through the town for about 20 minutes before turning down a dirt road to Ma Tra, a Black Hmong village defined by its traditional clothing and customs. The moderate hiking route through this rural community offers more picturesque vistas of vegetable gardens and rice terraces flanked by green mountains rising in the background. You have time to visit with local families and learn about traditional fiber processing before continuing your trek to Ta Phin village, located in one of the most scenic valleys in Vietnam. Exploring the village, admiring the embroidered clothing and red headscarves worn by the tribal women of this ethnic group called the Red Dao. you’ll return to Sapa by private, air-conditioned car to check in to your hotel and eat dinner. You’re free to explore the charming town’s sloping streets or the market with many colorful handicrafts, or head up to Ham Rong peak for a fantastic photo op over Sapa .
Day 4: Sapa
Following a hotel breakfast, meet your guide in the morning and depart on a second trek from the town of Sapa to Golden Stream valley. Today’s hike offers more stunning views of rice terraces and gardens as well as Mt Fansipan, whose summit rises 10,312 feet (3,143 meters) above sea level. After crossing a suspension bridge, marvel at the breathtaking scenery as you continue through the Golden Stream valley, stopping at Lao Chai village for lunch. After your meal, follow your guide on a walk through this village where Black Hmong people reside, and continue on to Ta Van village, home to the Dzay tribe. This part of the hike is relatively easy, though the trail can be quite slippery if it rains, so good footwear is recommended. You’ll visit with some local families and learn about their daily lifestyle and fascinating culture, before departing to the main road to meet up with your driver and return to Sapa.
Stay overnight at hotel in Sapa
Day 5 : Sapa sightseeing > Drive back to Hanoi
Today We begin our Sapa experience with an orientation walk along the town ’s historic boulevards, passing some of its most interesting sights as Stone Church, Flower Park and smile of little red Dzao girls follow your step with their innocent eyes.
Stop at the Market to see the busy of trade of tribes fresh produce as fruits, vegetables, domestic animal.
Continuity with a steep and very beautiful hike down to Cat Cat Village ; if you’re too exhausted or unfit to hike back up, our car ready and willing to car you back to your hotel.
Cat Cat Vilage is Black Mong Vilage, Traditionally, they were the poorest of the poor, hut have rapidly learnt the spirit of free enterprise. Most of the Montagnards have had little formal education and are illiterate. Take a change to communicate with Black Mong by your guide’ s help to experience the Montagnards nature life. ” Dragon water fall ” is the best to stop for ” Kodak at moment” before we hike through the Green Rice field before back to Sapa.
Say Goodbye Sapa and we take our private car for 4hours driving back to Hanoi
Stay overnight at hotel in Hanoi
Day 6: Hanoi – Halong Bay
Explore one of Vietnam’s most intriguing UNESCO World Heritage-listed sites on a 2-day cruise of Halong Bay. Marvel at the spectacular sight of more than a thousand limestone peaks rising from the emerald waters of the ocean as your junk boat sails past mysterious caves and blissful bays. Soak up the soothing sunshine on the tanning deck; plunge into the crystal clear waters during a refreshing dip or kayak ride; and pleasure your palate with delicious Vietnamese cuisine throughout the 2-day expedition. Enjoy the luxurious facilities of the junk boat, which include: hot and cold running water; en-suite bathrooms with powerful showers; an elegant dining room and licensed bar serving an extensive selection of wines; a courteous crew; and a sun-tanning area and relaxation deck.
After early morning pickup from your hotel, depart from the capital for Halong Bay – an approximate four-hour drive by comfortable air-conditioned vehicle. Upon arrival at Halong Bay around midday, you’ll be greeted by a tour representative and transferred to the traditional junk boat. Settle in with a complimentary welcome drink as you begin your cruise around majestic Halong Bay. Meet the expert crew and get acquainted with your small group while you dine on a delicious seafood lunch, including tea and coffee. After lunch, unwind and soak up the sun on the top deck – a great spot for photographing the natural wonders of the bay – as your captain finds a secluded area, perfect for swimming in the clear waters. You’ll have the chance to try your hand at kayaking and explore some of the ancient limestone caves dotting the bay. As you glide along the most secluded lagoons, admire the surrounding limestone karsts amid unforgettable scenery only accessible by kayak! The modern kayaks are lightweight and easy to maneuver, and all participants will be issued water buoyancy vests. The junk boat will be nearby at all times, serving as a back-up vessel for those who need it. After exploring, retire to the boat for more relaxation on the deck and enjoy a refreshing drink from the bar if you’d like. In the evening, your cook will prepare a splendid meal comprised of fresh seafood dishes as well as traditional Vietnamese fare as your crew weighs anchor in the heart of the bay. Afterward, you’ll have the opportunity to try some night fishing from the boat.
Overnight: Ensuite twin cabin aboard traditional junk boat in Halong Bay
Day 7: Halong Bay – Ninh Binh
Rising to the tranquil beauty of the bay, there’s time for an early morning dip followed by breakfast. Then, head to the Cave of Surprises – the biggest cave in Halong Bay – where you’ll discover magnificent stalagmites and stalactites as you walk along the lit paths on a guided tour. After another delectable lunch around midday, start your cruise back to the main harbor before transferring to your awaiting vehicle for the four-hour journey to Ninh Binh. Explore the stunningly lush scenery of Ninh Binh Province, a region many consider to be an inland version of the world-famous Ha Long Bay
Arrive at Ninh Binh, check-in to your hotel and enjoy free time.
Have dinner and stay overnight at hotel in Ninh Binh.
Day 8: Ninh Binh Cruise – Hanoi
Today, We learn about the important role the area played in Vietnam’s history. This city was the ancient capital of the country in the 10th and 11th centuries and was built by the Dinh and Le dynasties. Hoa Lu is surrounded by limestone mountains and the Hoang Long River, naturally protecting it and making for an incredibly picturesque setting. At 11am, head for the ruins of the temples left by the Dinh and Le dynasties. Explore the excavation area at the Le Dai Hanh temple and the remains of the 10th-Century Royal Palaces.
We then have a 40-minute bike ride from Trang An to the to Tam Coc, known for its resemblance to famous Ha Long Bay and gorgeous rise paddies. Meaning ‘three caves,’ Tam Coc is the perfect place for countryside exploring, a total of 5km cycling that passes along a country road through lush rice paddies.
Get in 2-person sampan boats and drive up the river to three different caves. Explore their natural wonders and then return to the dock, where our private car will be waiting to drive back to Hanoi. The guide will return you to your hotel and enjoy free time.
Stay overnight at hotel in Hanoi
Day 9: Sai Gon- Around Lush Banks
Your next Vietnam vacation in Ho Chi Minh City, once known as Saigon. The city buzzes with an energy that seems all at once chaotic and charming, somehow graceful and planned, where the romance of history fills the streets; local people dressed in white button-down shirts and large conical hats roam through the streets on bicycles, while collections of motorbikes are intermixed within the bustling traffic. The mixture of a millennia of culture within the still-standing French Colonial architecture becomes a delightful experience as you are met at the airport by a private transfer and taken to your accommodation at Vien Dong Hotel.
The centrally located hotel brings you the ecstasy of the city that whirls with the mixture of past and present, alive with both tradition and modernity. The spacious rooms allow you to you relax in style and comfort with a view of the drifting city below, where the luxuries of personalized service come easily to the staff. The nearness of some of Ho Chi Minh City’s fabulous landmarks, such as the Ben Thanh Market, is a short walk away. The scent of lemon grass and chili unravel throughout the evening and you begin to feel a welcomed comfort within the marvelous romance of someplace new.
Day 10: The Past, Present, and Future
The scents of the city are as mesmerizing as Saigon itself filled with aromatics that range from local spices to produce, jackfruit to coriander, chili paste to pho. The morning carries with it the resounding alertness of the streets once again vibrant. After breakfast you will be met by your guide and taken out into the remaining grandeur of the city, from its colonial structures to reclamation past and even deeper into its merchant roots. At Cholon, which means Big Market, you will find the Chinese influence apparent. Binh Tay Market lies at the center of the sweeping stalls which extend into two separate districts.
The familiar yet exotic spices return as you venture along the shops, noticing the vivaciousness of the herbs and the produce, the exemplary green of the limes and the sensational reds of the birds-eye chili. The scent of ginger is revitalizing and prevalent in the air. The pagoda-style entrance is colorful and looming, another symbol of the city’s and the market’s past. From to food to the clothing, it is easy to get lost in the market and in the goods themselves.
The Reunification Palace is surrounded by Royal Palms that climb into the open air where the architecture reaches back to the 1960s. What was once the home to the South Vietnamese government, along with many iconic images of the end of the war, continues to remark on the historical significance of the building and its maintenance. Walking within the halls you find the Banquet Chamber where a long wooden table reaches back in the depth of the space. Curtains sweep down from the ceiling and give an untouched elegance to the room that recalls the previous days of the palace, while the Minister’s Cabinet Room emanates prowess, from the elegant chandeliers to the collection of leather chairs encircling the rounded table. In the afternoon you will return to the luxuries of the Vien Dong Hotel, with the remainder of the evening at your leisure.
Day 11: Passion Around the Countryside
The new morning brings along the vivacious sounds of the day within the city. After breakfast you will be met by your private guide and driver and taken out to Tay Ninh home to the church of Caodaism. The rococo architecture mixes the quintessential structural components of a French church, a Chinese temple, and a mosque, creating an unusual and stunning structure. Surrounded by Cambodia on three sides, the history between the borderlands and the region abound. From the upper balcony you can watch the noon procession where an orchestra begins to play traditional Vietnamese music while a choir joins the instrumental. The harmonious connection also blends Western and Vietnamese hymns that contain an unusual but charming assembly. You can see three glasses of wine on the altar, joined by a cup of water and tea, and the ceiling displays painted stars and a blue globe. The wonderful vision of this distinct religion is like a secret you never knew but always wondered about.
After lunch you will come to the Cu Chi Tunnels, the complex series of underground connections where the Vietcong could wander and hide freely during the Vietnam War. The sensational experience comes not just from the history that surrounds the tunnels but from the size of the complex and the width of the tunnels. Your guide is almost swallowed by the snug opening as you enter the tunnels, the air filled with the scent of rampant earth all around you. The intimacy of the experience, from the tight space to the openings filled with artifacts, is palpable. As you make your way back to Ho Chi Minh City, the details of the day, from the tunnels to the echoing harmonies of the church are unforgettable.
Day 12: Serene Along the Mekong
The charm of Ho Chi Minh City is only the beginning. After breakfast you will have a private transfer to the Mekong Delta, a fascinating waterway that separates into nine major channels responsible for the lushness of the surrounding landscape. Ships of all shapes and sizes have been able to navigate through the water, inland from the ocean and down from farther up river. The scent of fresh grass overtakes the view of the tremendous greenery as you find yourself at Cai Be Floating Market. It is almost a guarantee that you will be overwhelmed by the effervescent colors stacked along people’s boats.
The gorgeous cathedral sits on the riverside overlooking the waterway while farmers drift through the water with goods for sale. Barrels of fruits and vegetables fill the boats as people sell their produce and pass along their wares with long poles. The cool morning air drifts along the riverbanks with the vibrant sounds of the market that at once bring back the simultaneous confusion and organization that you noticed in Ho Chi Minh City. Later in the afternoon you will come to Can Tho, known as the political and economic center of the Mekong Delta, where the comforts of the Golf Can Tho Hotel await you. Set beside the riverbank you will enjoy the energy of the major waterway and the beauty of the town’s sculpted gardens blending with the modern elegance of your lavish accommodation.
Day 13: Taking to the Water and Sky
An early morning departure has you cruising through the water once more. The air is soft and cool with a mixture of moisture stemming from the river and the surrounding greenery. On the water in the early day displays the difference in floating markets further along, where the locals continue their daily activities without remark, all with equal vigor. In the afternoon you will come to Sam Mountain outside of Chau Doc. The summit rises over 931 feet standing out amongst the surrounding patty fields. The glowing fields contrast with allure of the Sam Mountain containing a variety of pagodas and temples.
Whether making the ascent by foot or by motorbike, you will pass through shrines and tombs that emanate incense along the luster of the trees. Within the Cavern Pagoda, halfway up the far side of the mountain, you have a view over the rice fields that look as though the earth was sectioned and blossoming. The upper section contains a main sanctuary with a statue of Buddha of the Past, and a Historical Buddha, mixing with the complex of caverns and grottoes that host deities. Venturing through the cavern is as stunning and secluded as the view from the summit. Your voices echo; the stones look as though they’re dripping from the ceiling. In the late afternoon you will return to Chau Dock and find yourself in the soothing calm of Chau Pho Hotel.
Day 14: Crossing Through
The excitement of the day is tangible at breakfast, where you can feel your heartbeat while sipping your rich, fresh brewed coffee. The surrounding paddy fields continue to line the riverbanks as you step onto the Blue Cruiser speedboat that will ferry you from Vietnam to Phnom Penh, Cambodia. You can see the river parting and the wake forming as the boat picks up speed, passing the trees, and the canoes and tugboats that float along the river.
After you cross the border you will come to Phnom Penh and find the French Colonial architecture spreading across the riverbanks. A private transfer will have you in the lobby of the Phnom Penh Hotel, filled with the extravagance and featuring a private pool and serene room just for you. The rooftop bar gives a lovely view of the surrounding city that extends from the riverbanks inland which you will witness in the romantic ambiance of the sunset. Allow yourself the moment of calm watching over the palm-lined streets of the riverside promenade.
Day 15: Silver and Royals
The morning seems different in Phnom Penh versus Ho Chi Minh City, from the sounds of the streets to the vastness of the river. Although the energy is vibrant and energetic, the river is more lush and active. The recollection of French Colonialism retains a sense of charm within the remaining and reforming culture of the city. The scent of lush grass comes with the swaying of the palms. The city’s tumultuous past in the 1970s continues to mark the present; however, the beauty and elegance of the city remains intact and passionate. Your private guide meets you and readies you to venture out to the Royal Palace, constructed in the 19th century under King Norodom. The Khmer architecture is apparent in the roofing while the pillared colonnade wraps around the outer basin. The immaculate gardens pronounce the palace in size and luxury while a sensational temple sits adjacent.
Within the palace grounds is the Silver Pagoda, covered with five tons of gleaming silver stretched over the floor. Five thousand tiles glisten in the light where you can also see the shimmering crystal Buddha atop a gilded pedestal. It is hard to imagine anything more lavish until you notice the life-sized golden Buddha image that weighs almost 200 pounds and is ornamented with 2086 diamonds. The glimmer from the decadence is almost enough to show dedication alone; however, the beauty within the details that make up the temple and its interior icons are nothing less than tremendous.
Day 16: Regal Pasts and Charm
Another morning in Phnom Penh brings the gentle wake of the Mekong before breakfast. After your meal you will be met by your driver and guide to make your way to Battambang stopping in the former capital of Cambodia along the way. From the 17th to the 19th century the city of Oudong stood as an optimistic epithet meaning “Victorious.” The city between the trees rises over the landscape in continuous yellow roofing and opulent white facades within the surrounding sugar palm trees. Reaching the Hill of the Royal Fortune brings to life the legend of the 16th century Khmer king hiding his treasury beneath the hills. Monkeys meander along the walkway to the modern temple that sits atop the front ridge. They scamper away the closer you come.
Three large stupas sit along the path behind the first, towering up in concentric circles that lead to an elongated point. The second is more textured and looks to have been built with blocks instead of circles, constructed with colored tiles that cast shadows amidst one another in the light. The third is an elegant structure adorned with intricate design that looks like a crown, jeweled with regal statues and minutia. In the afternoon you will arrive in Battambang where the colonial architecture is set beside the river and the comforts of relaxed cafes bring a sense of modern Cambodia to the small town atmosphere. Find more soothing ambiance at La Villa, a place that encompasses classic colonial flair in the lush tropical landscape.
Day 17: Witnessing the Arts
Enjoy your breakfast within the glass atrium which allows the bright walls to shimmer from the natural light. Today you will step out with your guide to explore the delightful culture of Battambang, filled with forested beauty, river splendor, and surrounded by temples and villages. From ST 2 ½ to Psar Nath you will find a concentration of artistry, from galleries to shops, giving a Bohemian feel to the neighborhood that helps illuminate the present lives of the city situated within a shadow of a troubled past.
In the outer circles of the city you will find Wat Banan, one of the best-preserved temples which sits atop a hill overlooking the trees. The dates of completion and the builders are unknown. Many carvings survive along the central tower, vested in prayer, within the quiet hills at the top of the climbing stone steps. The stupas are remarkable in their size and shape, as tall as the trees and almost brighter than the bark. In the late afternoon you will return to the charismatic streets of Battambang and enjoy the little private slice of Bohemia.
Day 18: The Beautiful Seclusion
The romance of adventure abounds today as you make your way from Battambang to Siem Reap. The beauty of the countryside shines along the roadway with lush tropical greenery filling much of the view. Your private transfer takes you on the journey that spans over 100 miles and teems with sensational landscape along the way. Villages can be seen within the trees, stacked on stilts with straw roofs, ladders helping rid the villagers of the distance between ground and door. Chickens scatter about, clucking along the dusty patches of dry land.
The colors in the distance shift from green to brown, patches of grass and clearing. On the way to Siem Reap you journey deeper into the culture of Cambodia within the lives of those outside of the cities and find grace in the difference. When you come to the city you find a stretch of buildings near the Siem Reap River the leads out to Tonle Sap Lake. Let the comforts of Casa Angkor relax you, from the immaculate pool to the pristine scenery, giving homage to the past with an elegant colonial façade.
Day 19: The Temple Lights
Before the sun begins to shine over the city you are awake and filled with the romance of a secluded dawn. Your guide meets you in the lobby and you venture out into the surprising bustle of the streets where many make their way to see the opulent sunrise over the famous Angkor Wat. You, however, understand how stunning Angkor Thom will be in its early morning emptiness and prefer to stroll through the ancient walls of the complex in unadulterated privacy. The 12th century city is known for the great Bayon Temple and may have been populated by around one million people at its peak.
The ruins run over a mile on a single side, containing stone temples and bridges lined with marvelous statues that represent gods and demons. In the early light you find the sight peaceful and ethereal. The large stupas resemble karsts rising into the air adorned with faces that watch out over the open square. As you step closer it looks to have been modeled after a mountain, rocky and textured, large and looming, each stone purposeful and elegant. The sound of gongs and chants mix with the scent of morning dew and incense. The sun has risen and your exploration of the grand temples of Angkor has just begun.
Day 20: Finding Charismatic Stone
Outside of Siem Reap, away from the bustling crowd of Angkor is the 10th century Hindu temple complex of Banteay Srei. The red sandstone makes the low walls and peaked structures shine in the early light from the coloration and the images carved into the rock. The carvings and the dimensions of the architecture are so intricate that the attention to detail is where the name derived its meaning, “Citadel of the Women.” The scent of the stone mixes with the surrounding trees giving life to the day. The pediments are large, standing taller than the entrances sharply adorned with entire scenes of mythology.
Although the relative height and size isn’t as large as Angkor, the coloration, dimensions, and adornments bring awe and inspiration to those who visit. You can find a secluded nook within the rising towers, noticing one of the many guardian figures sitting around the stairways and gods are pressed into the geometric designs around every door. While the remainder of the day is filled with lavish construction and unforgettable architectural wonders, your time wandering through Banteay Srei brings a unique way to start your day.
Day 21: Finding the Delta’s End
The call of the river has subsided this morning as you are no longer situated along the Mekong and the illustrious waterways that allowed cultures and temples to thrive. After breakfast you will have the morning to explore Siem Reap and enjoy the lively Central Market where the scent of fresh baked baguettes combines with noodle soup. Whether seeing the colorful produce once again on display or enjoying last minute shopping where haggling is always encouraged, you will find the final hours of your Southeast Asian getaway filled with enchantment before your private transfer takes you to the airport to begin your journey home.
All accommodations (with Twin/Double rooms) while on tour
The tour price includes all hotel accommodations with private baths. Our standard is to provide the best available accommodations without sacrificing value. Although the quality may vary slightly from one hotel to another, our commitment to your comfort is unwavering. Two-bedded rooms and One-beded with Queen size rooms are reserved in most hotels. Triples are accommodated in two-bedded rooms plus a rollaway cot where available, and are not recommended for comfort.
All transfers and road transport in modern, air-conditioned vehicles
– For a private smaller groups (2pax -10pax), modern sedan cars and minibuses are used.
– For tour groups of 11pax or more travelers, air-conditioned Hyundai with 19- 25-35 seats are used on all road journeys. These vehicles are designed with excellent viewing windows and a high roof. All our vehicles are modern, spacious, comfortable, well-maintained, and safe
•Complimentary airport transfer on arrival and on departure days
All Breakfasts & Lunches on tour
• Breakfast – Is always included on all Vietnam Royal Tourism – European Continental breakfasts are supplied at the hotels where you stay. The Continental style usually consists of rolls, butter, jams, tea or coffee and juices.
• Lunch – Your Lunch meals are included and generally served at a local restaurant
• Dinner – is not included and is always up to you – allows you the freedom to eat what you want and enjoy the local flavors.
Please note: If you have special dietary requirements (eg Vegetarian), let us know so we can notify restaurants and prepare appropriate food for you.
Experienced, friendly and knowledgeable guides.
Your tour guide is a professional, fully trained employee of Vietnam Royal Tourism
All sightseeing as specified including entrance fees
Airfare While on Tour
– All on-tour flights must be purchased through Vietnam Royal Tourism as part of your tour package . From the moment you land in the starting city to the moment you are transferred to the airport in the end city, all transport arrangements are taken care of by us.
– The cost of international flights from your country to Asia (starting city) is not included in our prices. We believe we are giving all our customers, wherever you live, the flexibility to travel from regional airports, in any class of travel and include a stopover en route if you so wish. It also allows you the opportunity to use your frequent flyer points if you so wish
Visa Approval Code or Visa on Arrival
– After approval, we will fax or email you a copy of the Approval letter as an attachment
– Our Service do not include the Stamping Fee of about US$25-165/ 1pax to be submitted directly to the Embassy or Consulate (the stamping fee vary from Embassy to Embassy) or pay at Airport for Stamping Fee with Visa on Arrival
+ International airfare& airport taxes
+ Travel insurance
+ Surcharges for compulsory gala dinners during festive seasons and peak season surcharges (which will be advised at time of booking) ,
+ Personal expenses
+ Tips & gratuities
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