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A BETTER WAY TO TOUR: To us, 'value' means making a better way to tour. We love to surprise our guests with unique experiences, top-notch service, hidden local delights, & memories of a lifetime. Our tours are designed to balance sightseeing & free time while avoiding crowds and tourist traps.
Take motorized carts through the Old Quarter; Enjoy the famous Water Puppet show. Ha Long Bay: Overnight on the Luxury Paradise Cruise with exciting excursions.
Discover the ancient capital of Vietnam. Da Nang: Enjoy luxury resort and relax on a private beach.Hoi An: Twilight rickshaw tour through this UNESCO town.
Crawl through underground tunnels built during the Vietnam War.
Be moved by the sunrise, daylight, and sunset views of Angkor Wat's beauty as you take the Tuk Tuks to discover this 12th-century ruin of the Khmer Kingdom.
Culinary ExperiencesArranging great culinary experiences is a specialty we are very proud of. Our development team samples each meal before presenting them to our guests. On this trip, you will have a chance to taste Vietnamese delicacies, Vietnam-style buffet, Vietnamese French cuisine, Imperial Hue-style favorites, Hue delicacies, Hoi An's Three Treasures, outstanding Da Nang seafood, and more.
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Ho Chi Minh, the President of North Vietnam, lived in a modest stilt house from 1858 until his death in 1969. Constructed in a corner of the Presidential Palace gardens, the house is surrounded by lush green and faces a carp pond. Modeled after traditional Vietnamese houses, the stilt house only contains two rooms and no bathroom.
The famous square of Hanoi where Ho Chih Minh declared independence from the South in 1945. Today, Ho Chi Minh’s body is housed in the Mausoleum in the center of the square.
In the 13th century, Hanoi’s 36 guilds established the quarter, each taking a different street. The 36 streets still remain today varying from Incense Street & Fish Street to Silversmith Street & Buddhist Altars and Statues Street.
Distinctive and unique, the Vietnamese Water Puppetry dates back to the 11th century. It takes place in a waist deep pool of water with puppeteers controlling the puppets from below the water. How the water puppet show works is a secret guarded for centuries. Puppeteers use their dialect and code words to prevent outsiders from understanding their techniques. The performance usually depicts rural traditions such as rice planting, fishing, and village folklores. It is said this performing art is the best expression of Vietnamese culture.
This magnificent UNESCO world heritage site is one of Vietnam’s natural marvels with thousands of limestone islands rising out of an emerald green sea. Staying overnight on a luxurious Paradise Cruise allows us to savor the evening and early morning views of the magnificent bay. Enjoy various onboard activities and offshore excursions.
A UNESCO World Heritage site, this walled fortress served as the Imperial Palace during the peak of the Hue Imperial Era. While often compared to the Forbidden City of Beijing, Hue’s Imperial Ruins have their unique architectural history and are said to be some of the most beautiful structures in Vietnam.
One of Hue’s most tranquil sights, the tomb and gardens serve as a memorial for Emperor Tu Duc, regarded as the last Emperor of Vietnam.
Built in the 1600s, Thien Mu Pagoda is the tallest in Vietnam and is recognized as the unofficial symbol of Hue when it was an Imperial Capital.
Having the rare distinction of escaping the destruction of Vietnam’s wartime, Hoi An retains a sense of history more than anywhere else in the country. Known for its classic charm, the Old Town of Hoi An has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Hidden in the outskirts of Saigon, the vast Cu Chi complex is a 75-mile long maze of narrow underground tunnels which took 20 years to build. Once used by the Viet Cong as an underground base to evade anti-communist forces and move supplies, the tunnels were only accessible through tiny camouflaged trap doors.
We include a visit to the tunnels which are now part of the memorial park. If you’re daring, crawl in to experience the tunnels up close!
The Independence Palace, also known as "Reunification Palace" is a landmark in Ho Chi Minh City and built on the site of the former "Norodom Palace." It was the site of the end of the Vietnam War during the Fall of Saigon on April 30, 1975, when a North Vietnamese Army tank crashed through its gates.
The Saigon Central Post Office is the oldest post office in Vietnam. This fully functioning post office was designed by Gustave Eiffel, the architect who also designed the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Resembling a European Art Deco train station, the walls of the post office is decorated with historical maps of Vietnam. Don’t forget to send a postcard from the post office when you get there!
Sitting across the street from the Post Office, the red façade of the Notre Dame Cathedral is another reminder of the era of French domination in Vietnam. Built between 1877-1883, this Roman and Gothic style Cathedral used only materials that were shipped in from France.
Around 800AD, one of the ancient civilizations of our planet was being created. During the Golden Era of the Khmer Kingdom, one of the most powerful empires in Southeast Asia gave rise to magnificent art, culture, & architecture. These great inventions became one of the few wonders of the world that still amaze people throughout generations and still hold a significant impact in present-day Cambodian society.
Angkor National Museum takes visitors on a journey back in time from the creation to the highest point of Khmer civilization. Through interactive exhibits, visitors can develop a deeper understanding of customs, traditions and different beliefs of Khmer society.
Banteay Srei is a 10th-century Cambodian temple dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva. It is built largely of red sandstone, a medium that lends itself to the elaborate decorative wall carvings. These factors have made the temple extremely popular, and have led to its widely praised as a "precious gem," or the "jewel of Khmer art."
Angkor Thom was the last and most enduring capital city of the Khmer Empire. It was established in the late twelfth century King Jayavarman VII's empire and was the centre of his massive building programme. It covers an area of 9km², at the centre of the city is Jayavarman's state temple, the Bayon.
Hidden within forests, the ruins of Angkor feature over one thousand temples and are recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here, we find the spectacular Angkor Wat, known as the most massive religious monument in the world.
Recently opened in October 2013, the JW Marriott is the newest 5-star international luxury hotel. Located in the new central business district and adjacent to a lake and the National Convention Center of West Hanoi, the JW Marriott is the definition of contemporary luxury and understated elegance. The stunning architecture style, large room layouts, top notch service, and modern amenities are all qualities that will impress any guest. Super Value Tour guests will enjoy the serene lake view right from their rooms equipped with full-length windows, free Wi-Fi, and all of the best amenities.
Our special arrangements include an overnight cruise with Paradise Cruises, the most luxurious fleet on the bay. Enjoy sumptuous meals, stunning views of Halong Bay, and exciting activities such as cave hikes, kayaking, & swimming. Onboard amenities such as welcome cocktails, Tai Chi and cooking classes included.
Built during the heyday of the Art Deco era, this classic colonial style villa overlooks Hue's Perfume River and Citadel. Restored in 2005, every aspect of this hotel is carefully designed and furnished to reflect the glory of that era. This luxury hotel is centrally located and offers a range of amenities including complimentary Wi-Fi and an award winning Spa. Also, enjoy gourmet dining at the hotel's restaurant featuring first class French-Vietnamese fusion cuisine.
The stunning oceanfront view of majestic marble mountains against the East Vietnam Sea makes our stay here a truly unforgettable experience. Relax poolside with a refreshing Vietnamese coffee or enjoy a peaceful walk on the private beach; one of the most beautiful and pristine beaches you'll have a chance to see!
This 5-star property combines Japanese style of minimalistic and modern elegance with the convenience of its central location. Situated beside Now Zone Shopping Mall, it is walking distance to one of the best fashion hubs in Ho Chi Minh City. A TripAdvisor Traveler’s Choice 2013 winner, the superior service, and quality of Hotel Nikko Saigon is the perfect introduction for our guests to experience the friendly local hospitality. Rest comfortably in the spacious guestrooms for a cozy and relaxing stay.
French architectural style with the elegance of Khmer culture, the Sofitel Angkor Resort is one of the best hotels in Siem Reap. The tropical-style landscape gardens, luxurious Spa center, and the largest irregularly shaped swimming pool in Cambodia are just a few amenities this hotel offers. Located in the heart of Siem Reap and 10 minutes away from the Angkor Wat monuments, this 5-star oasis combines modern comforts and luxury with colonial style elegance. Each room overlooks the garden, pool, or lagoon to ensure guests can feel the tranquility of their surroundings.