Two days escape from Hanoi to have a glance of the Northwest Vietnam. Enjoy Jeep drive along Hoa Binh Reservoir, experience the local stay at home of the Thai People and have lunch at former house of Muong Minority Group’s Mandarin are some of trip highlights.
Wake up early, grab your camera, jump on Jeep and drive to see how Saigonese start their new day. The Early Risers you may see on the way vary from old people doing morning exercise; playboys going home after a fantasy night; street girls resting after a long tired shift; kids going to school; “business women” rushing to market to serious looking officers going to work.
You will visit the Headquarter of NLF (National Liberation Front of South Vietnam during Vietnam War) by US Army’s Jeep, discover the unconventional Cu Chi Tunnels then conclude the day by visiting Cao Dai Temple which can give you insight of an unique religion in Vietnam.
Have limited time in Hanoi but get sick of classic tours? Let’s try something else which may inspire you. For that reason, we offer a drive by restored army Jeep around Hanoi, passing by all land marks of the capital city. Start from Hoan Kiem Lake, driving through Hanoi Old Quarter, French Quarter, Army Museum, Ho Chi Minh Complex and around West Lake.
Choeung Ek – where large numbers of people were killed and bured by the Khmer Rouge communist regime which ruled the country during the late 1970s.
At 8.00 am or 2.30 pm we travel outskirt of Phnom Penh to the Killing Fields, where large numbers of people were killed and bured by the Khmer Rouge communist regime which ruled the country during the late 1970s.
The time to discover Royal Palace, the incredible solid silver-floored Silver Pagoda is the pagoda which in the Royal Palace campus, where five thousand of silver tiles on the floor of pagoda and have the biggest golden Buddha statue; visit National Museum, a treasure chest of Angkorian and Pre-Angkorian artifacts. Next proceed to Wat Phnom,
Welcome to Cambodia! You are greeted by our guide and driver at Phnom Penh International airport for your transfer to the hotel.
The rest of the day, free at your leisure for a stroll around this beautiful city or even join some locals activities.
- Overnight in Phnom Penh
Take a boat ride to Tonle Sap Lake. This is an excellent opportunity to see how the people of this once sleep village live. We can observe life in the Khmer stilt villages from the banks of the river as the local fisherman count their catch and prepare it for the markets. Continue to Les Artisan D’Angkor, a workshop that teaches the unique craft of wood and stone carving in the traditional style of classic Cambodian artistry.