Vietnam Honeymoon Vacation

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    20/1/18
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    Vietnam Honeymoon Vacation
    For a tropical state with nearly 3,500km of a coastal line stretching out more than 17 degrees of latitude , as well as over 3,000 islands and islets, the sky will be the limit in relation to a bonafide paradise for sun-worshipping honeymooners. Nevertheless, there is far more to this slender state than just a beach escape. This 14 day multi-center Vietnam honeymoon system is made to compliment your every whim while not compromising the romance.
    There's absolutely no better approach to take in a country's society than to get started on its very soul and heart - Hanoi, where the imprints of the bygone eras are vividly etched on its each nook. Then, treat yourself to an indulgent overnight stay on a 5 star cruise at one of the New seven Wonders of Nature - Halong Bay. Travel southward to the quaint Hoi An, realized by UNESCO, to appreciate the beguiling fusion of cultures reflected on its architectural and cultural heritage. Further down south is Saigon - the Pearl of the Far East, with its signature nonstop day grind. Cruise down the Mekong Delta on an ordinary boat to enjoy its exotic water civilization with many floating markets & lush orchards. And last but not least, a lavish but laid back barefoot luxury on Phu Quoc Island in a 5* Resort with a single Set Menu candlelight Dinner for two with a bottle of sparkling wine, is an ideal way to wrap up Vietnam honeymoon.

    Day one Arrive in Hanoi Meal: NA - Accommodation: Hotel in Hanoi.
    The guide of yours will welcome you at the airport terminal beside the baggage claim region, after which take you to the pre-booked hotel. The majority of the day time is at your leisure.

    Day two Hanoi Meal: Breakfast, Lunch - Accommodation: Hotel in Hanoi.
    Pay a visit to Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum in the center of monumental Ba Dinh Square, where the embalmed human body of Vietnam communist leader in the twentieth century, Ho Chi Minh, is preserved. Your exploration is followed by a trip to the Presidential Palace and Ho Chi Minh's stilt house in the garden at the back, as well as the neighboring diminutive One Pillar Pagoda - a symbol of Hanoi. A little further southwest would be the tranquil Temple of Literature - the first university in Vietnam, attractive quiet contemplation. You have until noon to explore West Lake, 15km in circumference, covering a sizable part of Hanoi and offering colorful Vietnamese living screens with aesthetic temples scattered there and here like Tran Quoc Pagoda and Quan Thanh Temple, fishermen casting their fish rods and nets, plus Western-oriented cafes and bars.
    Return the old Quarter right at the center of Hanoi and take a rickshaw ride to admire it's signature tree lined boulevards, saffron yellow French colonial villas, and civic architecture landmarks. You'll also pass by Hoan Kiem Lake, framed by winsome flame trees, along the way. At the conclusion of the day, like a real Water Puppet Show, the proudest and most complex conventional folk art of the nation.

    Day three Hanoi - Halong Bay
    Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner - Accommodation: On Cruise What better way to decompress the intensive stress pent up over weeks of wedding planning as well as the big day itself than an indulgent overnight stay in one the brand new 7 Wonders of Nature? The astounding Halong Bay, dripping in purely natural beauty, is next on your Vietnam honeymoon agenda. After breakfast, you will set out on a 3 4 hour drive to the pier and embark on your incredible Halong Bay cruise around noon. As you cruise the waters of the UNESCO world heritage site, marvel at the grotesque limestone outcrops piercing through the emerald sea's surface, for example Dinh Huong and Ga Choi Islands. Seize this opportunity to swim in the calm water or kayak around this ethereal seascape. Go back to the ship and watch the crepuscular rays fade into a riveting abyss of orange as it sails to a peaceful body of water for an overnight stay on rii.

    Day 4: Ha Long - Hanoi - Flight to Danang Meals: Breakfast, lunch - Accommodation: Hotel in Hanoi.
    Kickstart the day of yours with an early Tai Chi Session on the sundeck and you will be compensated with an unparalleled visual glory of the sunshine revealing itself from behind the watery horizon. After breakfast, you are going to visit an enigmatic limestone grotto and then go to the ship for a final glimpse of Ha Long Bay as you cruise to the dock. Check out when the ship arrives at the harbor by noon and drive directlyto Hanoi for your flight to Danang. On the arrival of yours, you will be transferred to resort. Check in to your bedroom and spend the night in the tranquil old city of Hoi An.

    Day 5: Hoi An - My Son Sanctuary Meals: Breakfast - Accommodation: Hotel in Hoi An.
    You can never make a mistake adding a cultural break to your Vietnam honeymoon agenda. After all, part of the excitement as newlyweds is learning new things together for the first time. In the early morning, you will go again soon enough and visit My Son Sanctuary, likewise referred to as "the Angkor Wat of Vietnam" - a cultural heritage recognized by UNESCO in 1999. The magnificent capital of the once-thriving Champa Kingdom with many Hindu temples devoted to the god Shiva, unfortunately, is currently a cluster of damages due to age and bombing, standing as being a witness to the glorious bygone era.

    Day 6; Hoi An Free Meals: Breakfast - Accommodation: Hotel in Hoi An.
    Today you are absolutely free for lazing around the seaside, strolling in the town, or perhaps doing any activity that tickles the fancy of yours.

    Day seven: Hoi An-Hue
    Meals: Breakfast, lunch- Accommodation: Hotel in Hue This early morning, you will be transferred to Hue - the former capital city of Vietnam plus one of its 7 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, via the Han Van Pass. You are going to stop en route to pay a call to the Marble Mountain - famous for delicate stone sculptures and crafts and arrive in Hue in the afternoon. After checking in to the hotel of yours, spend the remainder of the day on the own arrangement of yours.

    Day eight Hue-Ho Chi Minh City
    Meals: Breakfast, noon-time meal - Accommodation: Hotel in Ho Chi Minh City Today, the guidebook of ours will take you to Minh Mang Tomb, located around twelve km for the south of Hue City center. Embark on a scenic boat trip on a Royal Dragon Boat to the historic seven-story Thien Mu Pagoda dating to the 17th century serenely perched on Ha Khe Hill, ignoring the shimmering waves of the Perfume River dreamily winding its way through the old capital. The picturesque combination of the Perfume River and also Thien Mu Pagoda has been immortalized in poetry and silk paintings for centuries.
    Shoot in the poetic cityscape of Hue and allow the secret appeal of Hue, manifested itself in the Imperial Citadel along with the famed Forbidden City transports you to a Vietnam of yore. The lively Dong Ba Market has richest pickings for customers so you might want to think about doing some shopping before the guidebook directs you to the terminal to board your next flight to Ho Chi Minh City. Upon arrival, you will be learned and sent to your pre booked hotel.

    Day nine: Ho Chi Minh city - Cai Be Floating Market (Mekong Delta)
    Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner - Accommodation: on Cruise You are going to arrive in Cai Be at noon then be welcomed with a drink and introduced to the ship and crew. Check in to your cabin then have lunch and a little sleep while sailing along the Tien Giang River towards Cho Lach.
    As you zigzag through the sand as well as cereal barges in Cho Lach Canal, enjoy the sight of fresh fruit drying factories and wooden ship building yards unfurled along the way.
    Drop by a village on the banks of the Mang Thit River being a sense of local life and absorb the area residents' hospitality in its truest form. You'll in addition have an opportunity to visit the nearby orchard and also grain fields before heading back. Chill out with a drink on the deck and watch the reddish-orange coloring of the sky deepens as dusk creeps over the horizon. Dinner is served by the crew as the Bassac cruises the waters of the Mang Thit River. The Bassac is anchored just downstream from the small Tra On Floating Market and will remain there because of the night.

    Day ten: Can Tho - Saigon
    Meal: Breakfast, Lunch - Accommodation: Hotel in Saigon Breakfast will be all set from as soon as 6:30 am as the cruise sails downstream towards Can Tho.
    Check out as you arrive at Cai Rang Floating Market. You will after that be transferred onto a hometown boat to visit the floating market, the near by arroyos, and the gardens before returning to the Ninh Kieu Pier.
    The mid-morning arrival in Can Tho marks the end of on shore services.

    Day eleven: Saigon - Flight to Phu Quoc Island
    Meals: Breakfast, Dinner - Accommodation: Phu Quoc hotel
    A simple sun, sea, then sand Vietnam honeymoon - with a good blend of cutting-edge amenities, natural beauty, and an overflowing sense of romance - is important when it relates to unwinding and celebrating your nuptials. You're free in the early morning until the visit time, and then get transferred to the airport for your flight to Phu Quoc. A candlelit romantic dinner for two with a bottle of sparkling wine is a great way to revel in each other's company and the pleasure of marital bliss.

    Day 12 - Day 13: Phu Quoc Free
    Meals: Breakfast - Accommodation: Phu Quoc hotel These two days are at your leisure to learn the lovely island, relaxing, snorkeling, diving, or just idling the day away - whatever that tickles your fancy.

    Day fourteen: Depart from Ho Chi Minh City
    Meals: NA - Accommodation: N/A Today is the last day of your Vietnam honeymoon. You are going to fly back to Ho Chi Minh City for your departure flight, hearts brimming with life-enriching and sweet memories being remembered for the years to come.
     

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