Splendors Of Vietnam & Cambodia 17 Days
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This Vietnam and Cambodia itinerary 17 days enables you to experience the most stunning locations in Vietnam from north to south as well as the top temples in Cambodia, at an appropriate pace. It’s a customized itinerary so you can be flexible, and all activities are designed to fit your travel style. Here are some highlights of Vietnam and Cambodia tour:

  • Immerse yourself in the charming Hanoi – the millennium capital where street food is amazing
  • See the magnificent Halong Bay with an overnight experience on a cruise
  • Admire Hue – the last feudal capital of Vietnam, where hundreds of aged-old temples, mausoleums, and palaces remain
  • Get lost in Hoi An – a town reminiscent of a hustling Asian trading port in the past
  • Visit Ho Chi Minh City – the biggest cultural hub in Vietnam with many interesting war remnants.
  • Explore Mekong – a fertile and peaceful river that harbors a unique civilization on water
  • Behold one of the world’s Seven Wonders– Angkor Wat, and many sculptured stone temples.

To find more itinerary ideas, you can also check out our tours of Vietnam and Cambodia, which offer a wide range variety of tour styles and durations.


When you arrive at Noi Bai airport, our guide and driver will meet you there and transport you to your accommodation in Hanoi. Check-in, then enjoy a peaceful night at the hotel.

Meal: None
Tour guide: English-speaking guide


You will visit the most important attractions in Hanoi on this day trip.

You will first go to the Ho Chi Minh Complex. It was formerly the home of Ho Chi Minh, the legendary leader of Vietnam, and today it serves as a useful resource for tourists curious about his life and career. The Temple of Literature, Vietnam’s first university, will be your next trip. We arrive at the Ethnology Museum after leaving the city center a little bit further. You can learn more about the 54 Vietnamese ethnic groups here while having fun, thanks to the fascinating antiques and breathtaking pieces of visual art.

You can walk through the Old Quarter’s winding lanes or take an electric bus to get there. The streets were given names based on their location or product, and they still do today. After that, see a special water puppet show that highlights Vietnamese mythology and culture.

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch
Tour guide: English-speaking guide

Hanoi city tour


You depart from Hanoi at 8:00 am for a cruise across Halong Bay. Numerous limestone islands towering like the fangs of a dragon can be found in Halong Bay. You’ll stop by a fascinating fishing community where you can meet fishermen who have called the bay home for over three generations. Before indulging in a sumptuous supper on land, you will watch the sunset while sipping drinks or taking a cookery class back on board. Afterward, you can join movie night, play board games, or unwind at the spa before turning in for the evening.

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Tour guide: English-speaking guide onboard


Wake up on the bay with the sounds of the waves, the breeze, and the fresh air. After breakfast, visit a stunning limestone cave, then return to the boat for one more look at Halong Bay as you sail back to the port.

By 11.30 am, the boat has arrived in the harbor. To return to Hanoi, your driver is waiting for you. Hanoi overnight stay.

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch
Tour guide: English-speaking guide onboard

Day 05: HANOI - HUE

Say goodbye to Hanoi, we fly to Hue in the morning.

After checking in, take some time for yourself before seeing the magnificent Imperial City, which has many surviving royal structures. Enjoy Hue specialties for dinner today.

Stay the night in Hue.

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Tour guide: English-speaking guide

imperil in hue city tour


We’ll take a morning boat along the beautiful Huong River to see the Thien Mu Pagoda, one of Vietnam’s oldest Buddhist sites, and Thuy Bieu village, which features a calm garden house, historic temples, and homes where people make incense.

You will create your lunch today with the assistance of our chef. Enjoy a relaxing herbal foot massage after a lovely cooking instruction and lunch.

The enormous Tu Duc tomb and a quick stop at the village where incense is made are included in the rest of the day’s activities. where there are plenty of Instagram-worthy photo opportunities.

After returning, spend the night in Hue.

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch
Tour guide: English-speaking guide

hue citadel
The peaceful beauty of Hue in June

Day 07: HUE - HOI AN

After the ancient city (Hue), here comes an ancient town – Hoi An.

You will reach the World Heritage Site Hoi An old town after a satisfying journey across the picturesque Ocean Clouds Mountain Pass (Hai Van pass), which includes a stop at the Cham Museum and Marble in Danang. Check into the hotel and take advantage of your free time.

Hoi An hotel overnight.

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch
Tour guide: English-speaking guide

hoi an ancient town

Day 08: HOI AN

Spend the first half of the day exploring this 16th-century trading port’s charming streets, where the structures’ architectural motifs include Chinese, Japanese, French, and Vietnamese designs. You will go to a few unique places, such as the Tan Ky House, the Chinese Embassy Halls, the Japanese Bridge, and Phuc Kien Pagoda.

Following supper, you are free to explore Hoi An at your own speed. Soak advantage of this opportunity to see the exquisitely lit Hoi An lantern, get some great photos, or just relax and soak it all in.

Hoi An hotel overnight.

Meal: Breakfast
Tour guide: English-speaking guide


After breakfast, take a flight to HCMC by going to the airport.

The tour continues in the afternoon with a visit to the War Museum and the Reunification Palace following check-in and lunch. The official one, which served as the office of the Southern President of Vietnam, is filled with amazing images and wartime artifacts. You’ll later pay a quick visit to the neighboring historic post office and Notre Dame Cathedral.

You may shop like a local at Ben Thanh Market, your last stop.

Stay at Ho Chi Minh City for the night

Meal: Breakfast
Tour guide: English-speaking guide

saigon city tour


We travel to Tay Ninh’s Cao Dai Temple this morning, which is a Caodaism relic site. Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism, and Christianity have all been combined to create Caodaism. Their temple is weird and vibrant, and seeing their midday ceremony is fascinating.

We continue to investigate Cu Chi’s intricate system of tunnels after lunch. Surprisingly, Viet Cong soldiers dig Cu Chi tunnels by hand in order to turn them into a covert military outpost. This place is a must-visit if you wish to understand more about the Vietnam War.

Sleepover in HCMC.

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch
Tour guide: English-speaking guide

cu chi tunnel tour


Take a boat to the Mekong Delta from HCMC to experience the region’s natural splendor.

As part of the itinerary for the cruise, you will ride a sampan boat via tiny canals to see fruit orchards, rice fields, and peaceful villages. Additionally, you will visit a floating market where traders display the abundant produce of the delta on their boats. No matter how busy they are, they always remember to grin at you.

Overnight on board.

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Tour guide: English-speaking guide onboard

cruise mekong delta tour


Before returning to HCMC, enjoy breakfast on board while taking in the tranquil atmosphere of the Mekong Delta. The remainder of the day is yours to explore Saigon at your own speed.

Overnight in HCMC.

Meal: Breakfast
Tour guide: English-speaking guide onboard

mekong delta tour


Breakfast in the hotel, transfer to the airport for a flight to Phnom Penh, and check into the hotel.

The first stop on our tour to Cambodia is the Royal Palace complex in Phnom Penh, which includes the Silver Pagoda. The Emerald Buddha and other rare Buddhist and historical artifacts are on exhibit at the Silver Pagoda (Wat Preah Keo Morokat). 5000 silver floor tiles make up its stunning architecture. From there, we’ll take a cyclo to Wat Phnom, the highest building in town and the heart of Phnom Penh.

Overnight in Phnom Penh.

Meal: Breakfast, Dinner
Tour guide: English speaking guide

national museum in phnom penh


Your new day starts with a visit to the National Museum’s collection of Khmer art, where you may learn about the exquisite culture of the Khmer people from more than 5000 display pieces. Then we will find Psar Toul Tom Pong in Phnom Penh. This market, also known as the Russian Market, is an excellent location to look for trinkets, curios, and silks.

In the late afternoon, we will see the Toul Sleng Prison Museum and the Choeung Ek Killing Fields to learn more about Cambodia’s brutal past under the Khmer Rouge government.

We will unwind on a cruise to see the Mekong River’s sunset after a long day of travel.

Overnight in Phnom Penh.

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch
Tour guide: English-speaking guide

national museum in phnom penh


We leave Phnom Penh and head to Siem Reap.

We have plenty of time to see Ta Prohm, a holistic temple buried in the bush because the flight is brief. The temple’s stone foundations and gigantic fig trees around them are so breathtaking that Tomb Raider producers chose it as their filming location.

We will tour Ton Le Sap Lake in the late afternoon, where a large community resides in stilted homes and small boats.

Overnight at a hotel in Siem Reap.

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch
Tour guide: English speaking guide

ta p


The magnificent Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom complex will be our destination for the entire day. These two architectural wonders will transport you to the time when the once-powerful Khmer empire flourished, from the enormous stone face of Angkor Thom’s South Gate to the richly painted Bayon temple to the magnificent Angkor Wat temple.

In the afternoon, we’ll take a Tuk Tuk, a type of Cambodian transport, to explore Siem Reap’s suburbs before visiting the Artisan D’Angkor workshop and a nearby ancient market.

Overnight in Siem Reap.

Meal: Breakfast, Lunch
Tour guide: English-speaking guide

angkor wat without people


Breakfast at the hotel – Take advantage of your final free moment in Southeast Asia by shopping for trinkets or taking a leisurely stroll down Siem Reap Street before your departure home. This is also the end of this journey.

Meal: None
Tour guide: None

shopping in night market in Siem Reap


Category Price valid from Jan 1st – Dec 31th, 2023 (per person in US dollar)
2 people 3 – 4 people 5 – 6 people 7 – 8 people Single supplement
Superior $2,785 $2,472 $2,272 $2,141 $716
Deluxe $3,019 $2,705 $2,504 $2,373 $933
Luxury $3,568 $3,254 $3,053 $2,922 $1,445


Cities Hotel Category
Superior Deluxe Luxury
Hanoi Hanoi Brilliant Hotel
Deluxe room
Anatole Hanoi Hotel
The Oriental Jade
Oriental Emerald
Halong Bay Garden Bay Cruise
Deluxe cabin
Lily Cruise
Deluxe cabin
Indochine Cruise
Junior Suite
Hue Alba Spa
Deluxe room
Deluxe room
Indochine Palace
Palace Deluxe room
Hoi An Mulberry Collection Silk Village
Deluxe Room
Central Boutique Hoian
Deluxe Room
Superior Room
Ho Chi Minh Sannouva
Deluxe room
Liberty Central Saigon Citypoint
Nikko Hotel
Mekong Delta Mekong Eyes Cruise
Superior cabin
Bassac Cruise
Deluxe cabin
Song Xanh Sampan
Private Cruise
Phnom Penh Pasteur 51 Hotel
Superior room
Anik Palace
Palace Gate
Royal Deluxe
Siemreap Hari Residence
Deluxe Room
Saem SiemReap
Somadevi Angkor Boutique
Executive Deluxe

Include & Exclude


  • All private transfer and transportation
  • Accommodation shared in Twin/Double room with daily breakfast
  • Experienced local English speaking guide
  • Domestic Flights Hanoi – Hue, Danang – HCMC
  • International flight HCMC – Phnom Penh – Siemreap
  • Boat trips as itinerary
  • Meals as indicated
  • All sightseeing tickets
  • Water and tissues on coach
  • Cooking class in Hue
  • Complimentary Approval document for Vietnam visa (Single entry)
  • Services charges and government tax


  • International flights & departures taxes
  • Beverage
  • Travel insurance
  • Personal expenses, tips and gratuities
  • Vietnam visa stamping fees & Cambodia visa
  • Others not mentioned above
  • Compulsory dinner at hotel and peak season surcharges


* Check in time: 02.00pm – Check out time: 12.00pm

* Price is based on minimum 2 people sharing 1 double/ twin room. Single supplement is surcharged when one person occupy one room.

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