Fred Bowen

    The overall trip was excellent. Especially pleased by the hotel in Hoian- SUPER! Thank you so much-


    W F Bowen




    "Thanks to you, we enjoyed our trip very much.

    Vangvieng has splendid view and is like an Utopia for us, and the hotel we stayed is very good, too.

    We also enjoyed two days' Mekong cruise in Luang Prabang.

    Anyway, Thank you very much for everything !!"



    N. Tsukahara

    Osaka, Japan




    "We are delighted to recommend Lai Phuong and Vietnam Explorer Travel. She has assisted us with dozens of travel details and travel itineraries for nearly a decade to destinations in Europe, the Middle East, USA, and all around Asia. Phuong provides truly first class service from A to Z. She is also a true expert on travel routes and accommodations throughout Vietnam. We give her our highest recommendation, 5 + stars!"


    Roger H. Ford, Ph. D.

    South China Sea Development Company, Limited (BVI)



    Ann Smith

    Dear Ms Phuong,

    Thank you. 

    We had a wonderful time in Myanmar.

    The hotels were all very good, especially the Governor's residence in Yangon.

    The guides were excellent and had good language skills and very good local knowledge.

    There was so much to see our heads were spinning!!

    We had many flights and airport connections and they all went without a single problem.

    We also had a great time in Vietnam as usual! It almost feels like home. 

    Kind regards,

    Anne & Ian Smith


    Ann Smith
    Sydney, Australia
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    [ 14 days] Vietnam & Cambodia Delights

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      From VND 32,895,000/ per person (group of 2 privately)

      Price can be adjusted without prior notice.


      Ho Chi Minh City( formerly known as Saigon), is a vibrant city offering a fascinating introduction to Vietnamese culture.  Be amazed by the diverse culture as you travel south to Vinh Long in the Mekong Delta to learn about the local life on the river banks. Welcome the leisurely pace in Nha Trang as you relax while cruising around the islets. Soak up the charming atmosphere in Hoi An before viewing the scenic Hai Van Pass. Hue is regarded as one of Vietnam’s most historically significant cities and it is here you have the opportunity to explore the history of the Royal Empire. Hanoi the country’s capital and full of history & culture to discover. Travel to Halong Bay and take in the stunning scenery of the surrounding limestone islets. End this magical journey in Cambodia, visiting Siem Reap, where you will explore the astounding temples of Angkor; some of these ancient ruins have been swallowed by the jungle. This captivating and diverse region will amaze its visitors; from bustling cities and busy markets, to charming towns and stunning scenery.


    Day 1: Ho Chi Minh City( HCMC) Arrival

    Airport pick up and transfer to hotel in HCMC


    08.00am AM pick up at your hotel.Visit Opera House, Northdame Catheral, City Post Office. The next is to visit Reunification Palace or War remnant museum, the choice is yours. Next place is Cu Chi Tunnel after enjoying lunch. This network of tunnels, which stretched for over 200km, became legendary during the 1960s. The Cu Chi tunnels played a vital part in the U.S.-Vietnam War. At its height, the tunnel system stretched from HCMC to the Cambodian border. The network, parts of which were several levels deep, included innumerable trap doors, specially constructed living areas, storage facilities, weapons factories, field hospitals, command centers and kitchens. 


    07.30 am pick up at your hotel. Enjoy a two hour car ride thru rural Vietnam from Saigon toward Mekong Delta. On arrival Cai Be, board the boat cruise & time to watch the floating market, monkey bridge & local people trading their products right on their home boat. A lunch will be served at Anh Kiet ancient house. Around 15.00, return to the boat dock, and car transfer back HCMC, arrival around  17.00.

    Day 4: HCMC- NHA TRANG

    Fly Ho Chi Minh City– Nha Trang. Overnight in  Nha Trang.

    Day 5: NHA TRANG

    08.30am : pick up at your hotel to explore Tri Nguyen Aquarium, MunIsland, MotIsland, BambooSparrowIsland. End of services around 15.30 pm. Afternoon free leisurely. Overnight in Nha Trang.


    Fly Nha Trang  to Da Nang. Transfer from Da Nang to Hoi An.

    Day 7: HOIAN

    08.00 am Depart from hotel. Take a walking tour of the ancient town centre to visit former merchants’ houses, the 400 year-old JapaneseCovered Bridge, a Chinese communal hall and the colorful Hoian market.  
    Have lunch in Hoi An before visiting  temple complex of My Son, which was granted UNESCO World Heritage status in 1999. End of services around 16.00 PM.  Overnight in Hoian.

    Day 8: HOIAN- HUE

    Transfer from Hoi An to Hue visit ChamMuseum, MarbleMountain. Overnight in Hue.

    Day 9: HUE- HANOI

    At 08.00 am Departure from your hotel for your day’s tour of Hue. Start of by taking a leisurely boat trip on the PerfumeRiver to visit Thien Mu Pagoda, and then continue on to Minh Mang’s Tomb by car. Khai Dinh tomb (or Tu Duc tomb) will be visited next; the drive there is scenic as you pass through the woods and villages.  
    For lunch, try some renowned Hue cuisine before departing for the tomb of Emperor Tu Duc and The Imperial Citadel. At the end of the day, have a stop in Dong Ba market for a glimpse of local life & trade before transferring to airport for flight Hue –Hanoi.


    Depart Hanoi at 8ham for HalongBay. On arrival, ready for cruise embarkation, followed by a lunch while cruising in the magnificent Bai Tu Long Bay at the same time admiring the fascinating rock formations in the Bay. Today’s activities are to visit Vung Vieng fishing village, then to Titov island for swimming or kaykaying dependings on weather conditions.


    Be an early riser to enjoy the morning Tai Chi class on board. Time for Coffee, tea and pastries. Then tobe transferred by tender to the Surprise Cave. Walk up 100 steps to the entrance of the cave and tour around for approximately 45 minutes. Upon return to the boat, take time to freshen up and check out of the cabins.  Around 09.15 Enjoy brunch or set menu served in restaurant. Disembarkation at 11.00. Car transfer you back to Hanoi, arrival around 15.00pm. An airport transfer for flight Sai gon –Siem Reap will be arranged. Arrival Siem Reap, pick up by car to hotel for overnight.

    Day 12: SIEM REAP

    Angkor Wat & Angkor Thom tour

    08:00am: transfer to visit South Gate of Angkor Thom, famous Bayon, Baphoun, Terrace of Elephant, Phimean Akas, Terrace of Leper King. Lunch at local restaurant. Afternoon, transfer to visit the famous World Heritage “Angkor Wat” then climb up the Bakheng Hill to watch beautiful sunset from the top of the mountain. Back to the hotel. Dinner with Apsara dance show and. Overnight in Siem Reap.

    Day 13: SIEM REAP

    AM:  after breakfast, you will transfer to take cruise on Tonle SapLake for 1hour, visit floating village and fisherman life, then back to visit Chantie Ecole-Artisan D’Angkor. Lunch at local restaurant.

    PM:  Visit the Angkor NationalMuseum a profound cultural landmark in Siem Reap placing in the area of 20,000 Sq.m. which combined together The Museum: The world-class museum that reveals the legend of Golden Era of Khmer Kingdom, and The Museum Mall. The lifestyle landmark providing completed facilities and recreation services for both tourists and local community.Overnight in Siem Reap.

    Day 14: DEPARTURE 

    Breakfast at hotel, free leisure until airport transfer for your flight connection back home. Tour ends.


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    Vietnam sections:

    -         Accommodation in twin sharing room with daily breakfast at hotels mentioned

    -         Overnight cruise in Ha Long Bay / twin sharing cabin

    -         Private  air conditioned vehicle ( 4 seats) as itinerary

    -         English speaking local guide as itinerary

    -         Entrance fees where mentioned

    -         Lunch (set menu) where mentioned

    -         Boat trip(Hue tour) + (Mekong Delta tour)

    Cambodia sections:

    • Accommodation in twin sharing room with daily breakfast at hotels mentioned
    • English speaking local guide as itinerary
    • Transfer services in a private air-conditioned as itinerary
    • Entrance fees as itinerary 
    • Meal: 2 lunches and 1 dinner at local restaurant
    • Boat cruise on Tonle Sap


    -         Luggage van, porter tip

    -         Any personal expenses

    -         Tips for guide

    -         All air tickets

    -         Entry visa (Vietnam /Cambodia)

    -         Personal Travel Insurance



    Travel Info


    To ensure about the customers’ safety during their stay on board, we would like to give some pre-boarding warnings to the customers who are not suitable with our itineraries as below:

    1                 Customers who have diseases such as: sleepwalking, hallucinations, epilepsy, syndrome detention, sickness which must be treated with drugs stored under special conditions, if not will cause danger to life.

    2                 Disabled customers: who are not able to walk by their-selves or blind

    3                 Customers who are over 80 years old

    4                 Customers who are over 100kg

    5                 Customers who are higher than 2 meter.


    ( HANOI). Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum: to be closed all Mondays/Fridays & from September to November yearly for maintenance

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    Vietnam stretches south from the Chinese border along the east coast of the Indochina Peninsula. The country has a complex geography with soaring mountains, fertile delta plains, winding rivers and long sandy tropical beaches. In reality Vietnam is a country of outstanding natural beauty; some of the best beaches in Southeast Asia can be found along the coastline of Vietnam.

    Area:331,210 km2 
            128,565 sq mi

    Capital: Hanoi

    Official language: Vietnamese

    Calling code: +84

    National Airlines: Vietnam Airlines ( wwww.vietnamairlines.com)

    National Flowers: Lotus

    National Dress: " Áo Dài"  

    National Flag: red background with yellow star at the center

    National (Main) Religion: Buddhism 

    National Day: 2nd September 

    Ethnic minority Groups: 54

    Country Population: 91,949,482 citizents ( statistic 2014)

    Biggest City: Ho Chi Minh City ( formerly known as Saigon)

    Three biggest telephone service providers: MOBIFONE, VINAPHONE,VIETEL

    International Airports:  TanSonNhatAirport (Ho Chi Minh City), NoiBaiAirport (Hanoi) and DanangAirport( Danang)


    To enter Vietnam you will require a passport (with at least 7 months remaining validity after trip completion) and a tourist visa for most foreigners arrival the country except certain visa exemption cases thanks to state agreements. Obtaining a single entry or multiple entries visa for 30-day validity is easy. (Please inform us at the start if you wish a longer stay and multiple entries.)
    Visa extensions can usually be obtained once in Vietnam. Please scan or show us your original visa page. Rates vary, as does the official policy regarding extensions. Before you travel, check your passport to ensure that there is room for a visa and entry/exit stamps (at least three pages). Please check Service section for visa information.


    It makes sense that the healthier you are, the more you will enjoy your holiday in general. A reasonably good level of fitness is required for almost of our classic packages and you should be in good health. Any physical preparation will always be to your advantage. Please seek advice from a travel clinic at least 6 weeks before departure on your holiday regarding the relevant vaccinations and jabs required.  Anyone with respiratory or cardiac problems, or over the age of 70, should fully consult their medical adviser prior to booking and we may require full medical clearance/insurance plan. There is a sufficient standard of health care in the cities for treating minor injuries but more complicated treatment may require evacuation to another, nearby countries like Thailand or Singapore. Make sure you have adequate travel health insurance  and accessible funds to over the cost of any medical treatment abroad and repatriation. 

    It is also important to note that brand names of various medicines vary from country to country and some products, which may be readily available back home, may not be in Vietnam. Please include the basic first aid kit pack: plasters, dressings or bandages, calamine or after-sun lotion, oral dehydration treatment (in case of bouts of diarrhea and dehydration), insect repellent and sting relief, antiseptic cream and antiseptic wet-wipes. Better safe than nothing!


    The currency in Vietnam is the Vietnamese Dong (VND) which is in notes. Currently, about 21,000 VND is equal to 1 USD. All foreigners can exchange foreign currency into Dong, but not vice versa. Credit cards ( visa, master, amex, JCB…) are accepted in most three star hotels up and some restaurants. Please bear in mind that a surcharge usually applies for credit card purchases. Visa/Master and JCB have same 3% as bank center charge but a higher fee for holders of American Express. Banks are open Monday to Friday and some open on Saturday morning. Most ATMs have an English language version.

    Vietnam can be visited year-round. Average temperatures year round range from 20 to 35 degrees Celsius. In southern Vietnam tropical conditions prevail, and there are two seasons – the wet season lasts from May to November and the dry season from December to April. Central Vietnam is usually dry from May to October and wet from December to February. October and November may experience unstable weather conditions and flooding. Northern Vietnam also experiences two seasons though conditions can change dramatically throughout the day. The winter months from November to April are usually cold and humid. The months of December and January can be particularly cool with temperatures as low as 8 degrees Celsius. Temperatures can drop to 0 degrees Celsius in Sapa (in the highlands near the Chinese border) in winter. Summer, from May to October, can be quite hot and wet with regular downpours and occasional typhoons. The hottest months are June and July in Hanoi. 


    Vietnam is still quite a conservative country. In rural areas and especially temples, overly-revealing clothing may be considered offensive. You should make an effort to dress more conservatively in these situations. Walking around a village in bike shorts is not appropriate so if you wish to cycle in just bike shorts you should have something with you on the bike to put on over the top (long loose shorts or a skirt/sarong). When visiting temples, shorts are acceptable providing they cover the knees. Singlet or sleeveless shirts are not acceptable in temples.


    Vietnam’s network is GSM compatible and will work with most carriers. In the cities, you will be able to access email, phone, fax and post offices. In big cities, most hotels from 2 star category can offer Internet cable service. Elsewhere out in the countryside, there may have Internet limitation access and the main communication will be phone. Cheap sim cards of local mobile  service providers ( Viettel, Vinafone, Mobilefone ) are readily available in the cities and pay-as-you-go recharge cards and call rates are cheap. Plus 3G service is easily available in the metropolitan centers and prepaid data package rates are affordable and reasonable. Ask our staff about getting a local phone card and number. 






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