6D5N Hanoi Halong Bay Cruise + Sapa

6D5N Hanoi Halong Bay Cruise + Sapa

Hanoi Paradise center Hotel & spa, Phố Hàng Vôi, French Quarter, Ly Thai To, Hoàn Kiếm, Hanoi, Vietnam - View on map
0 Review
  • 6 Days
  • Max People : 40
  • Min Age: 1 Years Old
Price Includes
All meals inclusive as specified
All entrances inclusive as specified
Hotel accommodation as specified
All transfers inclusive as specified
English speaking driver cum guide
Compulsory Tour Tips
Price Excludes
Flight Ticket & Taxes
MSIG Travel Insurance (Plan1) wt RM100,000 Covid-19 coverage (RM 64)
High Season Surcharge
Any item not stated under 'Inclusions'

➤ Upon arrival in Hanoi airport, greeted with a warm welcome by our friendly personnel. You will be assisted at the airport and transferred to your hotel. ➤ Hanoi is a great place to explore and go sightseeing on foot, this French Colonial City is known for its delectable cuisine, vibrant nightlife, and production of rare silks and exotic handicrafts. Within the city, you'll find a multicultural community with touches of Chinese, French and Russian influences. ➤ From your hotel which is centrally located, embark on a Walking Tour of Hanoi Old Quarters on your own. First walk to the popular Hoan Kiem Lake. You can experience the peaceful beauty here in the vibrant and crowded city of Vietnam. From here you can walk on the beautiful Huc Bridge which was built to connect the Ngoc Son Temple located in the heart of Hoan Kiem Lake and the lake bank. ➤ Thereafter enjoy Shopping at The Old Quarters, the narrow streets are packed with family-owned shops selling silks, stuffed toys, artwork, embroidery, food, coffee, watches, and silk ties. There are plenty of great bargains to be had in the Old Quarter. ➤ Next picked up for dinner at a local Vietnamese Restaurant. ➤ Overnight stay at the hotel of your choice.

➤ After breakfast depart for Sapa, a mountain town famous for its towering peaks, steep rice terraces and picturesque villages nestled in between every breathtaking view. The French used to consider Sapa as a Summer Capital of Northern Vietnam in the early 20th century for its naturally gifted beauty. ➤ Picked up from the hotel and transferred in private vehicle directly to Sapa. Arrive Sapa Town with a sight of colorful traditional costumes of the H'mong, Dzao Tay ethnic People. For the Best Fashion show in Vietnam, it doesn't happen on the runway, but in the highlands, at country markets, and among the small villages of the country's ethnic groups. Vietnam is actually home to 54 ethnic minorities and many of their cultural outfits are more creatively crafted and inventive than any piece of couture. ➤ Upon arrival check into hotel with a welcome drink and itinerary briefing. ➤ After lunch trek up to the Cat Cat Village, home to the Black H'mong Ethnic People. Set in the Muong Hoa Valley, the village is known for its natural beauty, and H'mong culture and traditions. Traditional wood huts overlook mountainside rice field terraces. Our guide will show you the daily life activities of the locals. The H'mong are the eighth largest ethnic minority in Vietnam with a total population of just under 600,000. Belonging to the Sino-Tibetan they settled widely over northern Vietnam but most densely along the Lao and Chinese borders. ➤ After shopping for souvenirs, head to the French commissioned Old Hydro Electric Power Station. Just next to it is the Scenic Cat Cat Waterfall with its gorgeous stream of rushing waters. The waterfalls are the peaceful place that leads to a big stream below. Immerse yourself in the local scene by mingling with the people and by exploring the place. ➤ Thereafter return to Sapa Town for dinner and overnight stay at hotel of your choice. ➤ At night you can enjoy Shopping and Discovery at the famous Sapa Night Markets. Sapa is famous for its markets, and on almost every day in the week, there is a nice market to visit.

➤ After breakfast at hotel proceed to Mount Fansipan, The Roof of Indochina. Fansipan is the highest mountain in the Indochinese Peninsula, hence its nickname "the Roof of Indochina". ➤ A breathtaking experience awaits you at the top of Mt. Fansipan. It used to take two days of hard trekking to reach the summit. Now, you can reach the ‘Roof of Indochina’ in just 15 minutes. Jaw-dropping views of Swirling Clouds and Forested Slopes can be seen from the top of Mount Fansipan. ➤ Take a cable car ride that holds a Guinness World Record as the longest non-stop three-rope cable car in the world. Sit back for this Cable Car Ride over the Valley to reach Mount Fanispan. Take in spectacular vistas of farms and hamlets below on this funicular railway ride that crosses two tunnels and four viaducts. When the train stops, you’ll be greeted by a Field of Sunflowers at the Sun World Fansipan Legend Yard. This peaceful garden complex comes with stone paths, ancient Azalea trees and 18 skillfully sculpted bronze statues. These sculptures lead the way to a 20-metre celestial Buddha statue perched on the mountainside which is the largest in the country. The gardens and pagodas all around provide a tranquil setting. ➤ A series of stairs will then take you on the final leg to reach the the top of Mount Fansipan. From here, you’ll have the rewarding, unbelievable sight of Cloud-covered Peaks stretching all the way to the Horizon. The highest point is a favourite spot for selfies. The cloud formations here change every few seconds, revealing new shapes and scenes as the earth meets the sky. ➤ After lunch at a local restaurant relax and discover Sapa town by yourself. Get some souvenirs, or take a short walk to the Dragon Shaped Ham Rong Mountain, located in the centre of Sapa town. When all the flowers here are blossomed, it boasts with its beauty and perfume. Here you can also see blooming plums, peaches and apricot gardens. p/s: Ham Rong Mountain’s foot is near Sapa church, so you can take a short walk from your hotel. ➤ Transferred back to Hanoi in a private vehicle for dinner and overnight stay.

➤ Morning after breakfast depart of a City Tour of Hanoi. ➤ First stop is the House of Ho Chi Minh. For most of his tenure as President of North Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh lived in a modest stilt house behind the grandiose Presidential Palace in the capital Hanoi. Painful memories of French rule were too fresh in the Vietnamese people's minds; the French Governors General who lived in the Palace were among some of the most hated people in Vietnam, and Uncle Ho was not eager to follow in their footsteps. ➤ Next visit Uncle Ho’s Mausoleum (closed on Monday, Friday and the whole months of October-November). Ho's body lies inside under a glass sarcophagus, overseen by an honor guard of four sentries standing at each corner of the bier. The embalmed body is extraordinarily well preserved and dressed in a khaki suit. ➤ Famously known as The Most Unique Pagoda in Asia, explore the one pillar pagoda which holds unique architectural structure. The pagoda looks like a lotus flower which also happens to be the national flower of Vietnam. The pagoda is in the lake with a square structure lying on a stone pillar. ➤ Located on a small peninsula on the East side of Hanoi West Lake, visit the Tran Quoc Pagoda which is regarded as the most ancient pagoda in Hanoi with its history line dating back to more than 1,500 years. ➤ After Lunch in a local restaurant proceed for Halong Bay in a private vehicle. Halong is one of the Country’s Most Famous Natural Wonder with its beautiful bay and islands. ➤ A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the most impressive thing about the bay is the 1600 Islands & Islets that Rise up Out of the Water. The majority of the isles here are uninhabited which has made the landscape here remain unspoiled. ➤ With its Incredible Natural Beauty and Geological Significance, the only way to fully appreciate this vast natural attraction is to go on a traditional Junk Boat which is a quintessential image of Southeast Asia. This will allow you to get close to the limestone pillars, set foot on some of the larger islands, and even go inside the bigger sea caves. ➤ To get further close to the rock formations and enter the smaller caves, you can take kayaks paddling your way under the arches around the pillars and into the tunnels that open out into vast caverns. ➤ Upon arrival, transferred to hotel for check in. ➤ After dinner explore the Halong Night Market. Located in a complex with over 300 stalls that sell diverse types of goods like souvenirs, clothes, foods, etc. the market was built to provide tourists with an off-the-beaten-track and unforgettable shopping experience. ➤ Overnight stay in Halong Bay Hotel.

➤ After breakfast transferred to jetty to board the boutique wooden junk to explore Ha Long Bay. ➤ Cruise Halong Bay to Visit the Caves, Islands & Floating Villages. Just chill, relax and enjoy this natural wonder cruising along the Gulf of Tonkin. ➤ Just before noon the junk returns to the dock, and you will be met by our driver for your private transfer back to Hanoi. ➤ International Buffet Brunch served on board the junk. ➤ Upon arrival in Hanoi check into hotel and proceed on a Private Discovery Tour of Hanoi. ➤ Known to be one of the Most Ancient Capital in the World, travelers can find well-preserved colonial buildings, ancient pagodas, temples and unique museums here. ➤ The old quarter in Hanoi is over 1000 years old and retains much of the old flavor. Each street was the exclusive domain of one trade, so there are whole streets of blacksmiths, silver shops, paper shops, headstone makers and etc. ➤ Explore Hàng Mã Street, famous for selling toys, paper goods, and in particular paper votive offerings. The street has been selling paper goods for more than 500 years. The street carries some of the wares of religious goods stores ➤ Visit Phung Hung Street which has been revived with beautiful mural paintings recalling Hanoi in the past. Opened to the public in early February 2018, it is now a favorite photo place and cultural space for city dwellers and travelers to Hanoi. ➤ Next visit the St. Joseph's Cathedral. This Cathedral was one of the first structures built by the French colonial government in Indochina when it opened in December 1886. It is the oldest church in Hanoi. ➤ Thereafter explore the Grand Opera House. It is believed that this place was Vietnam's very first exposure to Western art, specifically music and staging. It was a cultural center for the French and Vietnamese Elite. ➤ Enjoy this tour of Hanoi with a private guide and get a local's insight into Vietnam’s Mythology, Traditions and Customs. ➤ Picked up for dinner and overnight stay in a hotel of your choice.

➤ After breakfast at hotel free to explore Hanoi. Hotel is centrally located so moving around should not be a problem. ➤ Depending on your flight timings you will be transferred to airport.



Not Rated
From 0 review
Very Good
No Review
You must log in to write review
From RM3,650 RM3,400
Start Date

Extra prices:

{{ type.price }}%
{{ formatMoney(type.price) }}
  • {{total_price_html}}
  • {{pay_now_price_html}}

Golden Fly Venture Verified

Member Since Dec 2022

Message host
RM3,650 RM3,400
0 Review