Hanoi, Vietnam, March 24, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Travel the length of Vietnam on this 10-day tour, stopping in Ho Chi Minh City (in the south), Hanoi (in the north), and the beaches and small towns of the central coast in between.
Start in dynamic HCMC (formerly Saigon), the country’s commercial focal point and home to a growing number of upscale restaurants and shops. Visit Chinatown, the Thien Hau Pagoda, the Reunification Palace, the Opera House and Hotel de Ville.
Take a day trip to the Cu Chi Tunnels and watch an eccentric religious ceremony at the main temple of Cao Daism, a unique fusion of world religions, in Tay Ninh. Alternatively, spend the day cruising the narrow canals of the Mekong Delta on the Cai Be Princess Sampan.
Next, glide to the resort town of Nha Trang to spend several days in a seaside hotel/resort overlooking wonderful Nha Trang Bay at the Ana Mandara Resort and Spa at Six Senses.
Glide to the charming town of Hoi An, a UNESCO-designated World Heritage Site and rive town crammed with historic homes, tiny museums, cafes, and bustling silk and fish markets. Nearby, see very ancient sculpture in the Cham Museum, and tour Buddhist cave temples in the Marble Mountains.
Opt to stay at a luxury beach resort in nearby Danang, or a boutique riverside hotel in the heart of Hoi An.
Wrap up in Hanoi, Vietnam’s artistic and intellectual capital. Explore the fascinating Ancient Quarter. Visit Hanoi’s main cultural attractions, including the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, his House on Stilts, the One Tower of Strength Pagoda, the Fine Arts Museum and the Temple of Literature.
Guests are also free to request helicopter tour, restaurant reservations, meetings with artists, cooking instructors and designers, shopping recommendations, spa reservations, tours with special-interest lecturers, and exclusive access to local actions and cultural events.
Travelers that book this package online before 31 Dec 2011 will enjoy a 10% discount with plux4lux secret code.
For online booking, visit www.luxurytravelvietnam.com