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China Vietnam Tour - 13 Days

Destination: Beijing, Xian, Hanoi, Ha Long Bay, Ho Chi Minh, My Tho
Duration: Thirteen Day
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Treat yourself with this two-week holiday dropping by China and Vietnam, prepare to marvel at world heritage sites like the Great Wall, Terracotta Army, Halong Bay etc, the drastically varying scenery at Beijing and Hanoi, and no doubt, spoil yourself with a shopping spree in local markets and the irresistible Chinese and Vietnamese cuisines

Sightseeing Highlights:
Water Cube, Bird's Nest, Forbidden City, Hutong Tour, Mutianyu Great Wall, Summer Palace, Temple of Heaven, Tiananmen Square
Great Mosque, Muslim Street, Small Wild Goose Pagoda, Terracotta Warriors and Horses, Xian City Wall, Xian Museum
Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, Ho Chi Minh's House on Stilts, Hoan Kiem Lake, Museum of Ethnology, Old Quarter, One Pillar Pagoda, Presidential Palace, Quan Thanh Temple, Rickshaw Ride, Tran Quoc Pagoda, Water Puppet Show
Ha Long Bay
Halong Bay cruise, Surprise Cave, Tai Chi Lesson
Ho Chi Minh
Binh Tay Market, Saigon Central Post Office, City Hall, Continental Hotel, Cu Chi Tunnels, Dong Khoi Street, Notre Dame Cathedral, Saigon Opera House , Reunification Palace(Former Presidential Palace), Temple of Cao Dai , Thien Hau Temple, War Remnants Museum
My Tho
Coconut candy workshop, My Tho Fruit Market, Unicorn Island

Full price of this tour (per person in US$):
Price Price Instruction
US$3410/persons 3410USD/Person



Day 1: Arrive in Beijing
The pre-arranged guide would be awaiting with a welcoming sign featuring our logo at the airport before the plane touches down. There would be no itinerary arranged for the rest of the day, considering your need to soothe the fatigue from the long-haul flight.

Free-time Ideas: The hotel you're staying is situated on the Xidajie (West Boulevard), the same boulevard connecting to the Tiananmen Square, only a few minutes' walk from the Chongwenmen Subway Station on Line 5 & 2, and within reasonable distance of Dongdan, Beijing Railway Station, Temple of Heaven and the likes, feel free to explore if interested.


Day 2: Beijing
The first day of the trip would start with a visit to the very heart of the country's capital, Tiananmen Square, a magnificent square extending in front of the Forbidden City, which has been the power center for nearly six centuries and has witnessed 24 emperors of Ming and Qing Dynasties carried out their administration, followed by a pleasant lunch and a delightful afternoon in Summer Palace, the spectacular private garden for royal members only back in the imperial times.

Meals:  Breakfast + A La Carte lunch


Day 3: Beijing
This day's excursion begins with the Temple of Heaven, the sacred venue where the Ming/Qing Emperors performed major sacrificial and praying ceremonies for good fortune, prosperity and blessings. After that, embark on a 1.5 to 2-hour ride to the leg of Great Wall situated in Mutianyu, a not-so-overcrowded section of the Great Wall which extends over 2km but features cable car up and down the mountainous part. On the way back to the hotel, there will be a stop at the Bird's Nest stadium and Water Cube, and you'll have some time to take pictures.

Meals:  Breakfast + Regular Lunch

Day 4: Beijing - Xian
After breakfast, featured on schedule is a Hutong Tour on rickshaw around the most original and characteristic neighborhood and a visit to a local family.  Afterwards, you would be taken to the railway station for the high speed rail train to Xian, which takes approximately 5 hours, and along the way you would have the chance to admire a different scenery of the countryside. Upon arriving at the Xian North Station, the professional tour guide would pick you up and escort you to the hotel.

Meals:  Breakfast


Day 5: Xian
The highlight of the day is without doubt the most renowned feature of Xian and one of the most recognizable cultural symbols of China, which has been exhibited in dozens of different countries around the world ¨C the Terracotta Army, or better known as Bing Ma Yong in Chinese. As you may have heard, Terracotta Army is an army consists of thousands of soldiers, horses, chariots and loads of other items made of terracotta, under the demand of Qin Shi Huang, the first-ever emperor of China around the early 3rd century. More history, sagas and anecdotes behind this mysterious masterpiece would be presented by our guide on the tour. In the afternoon, the tour would be taken back to the downtown Xian, around the Xian City Wall, the 25.7km fortifications enclosing the city used to be the capital of China for 13 dynasties. The wall can be dated back to as early as the late 2nd century, but the existing wall was established in Ming Dynasty. Apart from it, also on the itinerary are the Great Mosque, the oldest Islamic mosque in the country, erected in 742AD, and the Muslim quarter built around it, which is rife with excellent historical buildings, favorable eateries, souvenir shops and the likes.

Meals:  Breakfast + Regular Lunch


Day 6: Xian - Hanoi
This day's tour is still surrounded on the historical side of Xian, featuring the Small Wild Goose Pagoda, a 43.4m (142ft) tall, 13-storey pagoda established during the Tang Dynasty, and the Xian Museum, showcasing nearly 15,000 pieces of items, right at the foot of it. After that, you would be given a ride to the airport for your flight to the next destination, Hanoi, and picked up from the airport straight to the hotel.

Meals:  Breakfast


Day 7: Hanoi
This day starts with the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, the final resting place for Ho Chi Minh's embalmed body (closed on Monday & Friday), followed by a visit to the nearby Presidential Palace, a colonial-era architecture served as the headquarter for the French Governor-General of Indochina back in early 20th century and still housing the national government today, and Ho Chi Minh's house on stilts nestled among the garden at the back, claimed to be the residence of Ho Chi Minh from 1958 to his decease in 1969. Places of interest in the neighborhood also include One Pillar Pagoda, one of the two most recognizable Buddhist temples in Vietnam, dating back to 1049; Tran Quoc Pagoda, the oldest temple in the city, built during the 6th century under the reign of Emperor Ly Nam De; and the Quan Thanh Temple, a Taoist temple dedicated to one of the principal deities in Taoism, Tran Vu.

Afternoon features a visit to the fascinating Museum of Ethnology, state-of-the-art modern museum in the country focusing on the 54 ethnic minority groups in the country, followed by a rickshaw ride along narrow streets of the Old Quarter. Last stop of the day is the gorgeous Hoan Kiem Lake featuring a traditional Water Puppet Show.

Meals:  Breakfast + Regular Lunch


Day 8: Hanoi - Halong Bay
After a short rest upon arriving at Halong Bay, set out for a 3-hour drive to the pier to embark on the Halong Bay cruise. Besides admiring the stunning scenery on the sea and taking a little excursion to the Surprise Cave, or Sung Sot in Vietnamese, one of the largest and most captivating caves in Halong Bay, adorned with countless stalactite formations, strings of optional water-borne activities such as kayaking, swimming, surfing, etc can also be enjoyed. Spend a romantic night on board at Halong Bay.

Meals:  Breakfast + Regular Lunch + Dinner


Day 9: Halong Bay - Hanoi - Ho Chi Minh City
Today, get up earlier to learn ancient art of Tai Chi on the sundeck. Later, enjoy a big brunch before checking out and disembark. Then drive back to Hanoi airport for your flight to Ho Chi Minh City. Upon arrival, our guide will meet and escort you to the hotel.

Meals:  Brunch


Day 10: Ho Chi Minh City
Our tour guide will pick you up from the hotel in the morning and drive to the first stop of the day, Thien Hau Temple, a Chinese style temple situated in Chinatown, dedicated to Thien Hau (Lady of the Sea), which is worshipped broadly among coastal cities in Asia, for keeping the fishermen safe on the sea. Next up is the bustling Binh Tay Market, the largest market place in town and a crucial business hub for Vietnamese formers from the south. After lunch, you would pay a visit to the War Remnants Museum, one of the most popular museums across the country, primarily displays items related to the American-ruled era during the Vietnam War; and the nearby Reunification Palace, alternatively known as the former Presidential Palace, a landmark in the city that served as the home and office of the President of South Vietnam during the Vietnam War. From there, the tour guide will take you on a nice stroll around the fabulous neighborhood containing series of major venues, such as the Notre Dame Cathedral, the double-tower Roman Catholic Church built during late 19th century; Old Saigon Post Office, a neoclassical architecture still functioning as the central post office; Dong Khoi Street, formerly Rue Catinat, a street rife with famous colonial buildings that has been transformed into modern day entities, such as the Continental Hotel, Opera House, City Hall and the likes. After that, the tour guide would drop you off at the hotel.

Meals:  Breakfast + Regular Lunch


Day 11: Ho Chi Minh City
This morning set out for the incredible Cu Chi Tunnels, the vast network of underground tunnels played a critical role during the Vietnam War; and the ornate Temple of Cao Dai, the finest sanctuary of the third biggest religion in Vietnam, where you can attend the bewitching mid-day service together with the worshippers.

Meals:  Breakfast + Regular Lunch


Day 12: Ho Chi Minh City - My Tho - Ho Chi Minh City
In the morning, depart for My Tho to embark on a boat navigating around the small canals in the Mekong Delta region. Get close to the locals at My Tho Fruit Market, have a go at the exotic seasonal fruits and enjoy traditional music played by islanders on the Unicorn Island. After lunch, stop by some coconut candy workshops to observe how coconut candy is produced. Then return to Ho Chi Minh City before the day ends.

Meals:  Breakfast + Regular Lunch


Day 13: Depart from Ho Chi Minh City
After breakfast at hotel, you will have some free time before being driven to the airport for your departure flight.

Meals:  Breakfast


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