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  • Upon arrival at Siem Reap airport, you will be met by your private guide from Indochina Pioneer and driven (30 minutes) to your selected hotel in down town. They will also assist you with the check-in process at your chosen hotel on arrival.
     
    Stay overnight in Siem Reap.

    image Cambodian Girls and Gals
  • We begin our day with a visit to the temples of King Jayavarman VII, reputedly Angkor’s greatest king. The fortified city of Angkor Thom which he had built at the end of the 12th Century is enclosed by a square wall 8 meters high, with five 20 meter long monumental gates decorated with stone elephant trunks. 
     
    The city contains another of Angkor’s true gems – The Bayon. Not nearly as impressive as Angkor Wat from a distance, the Bayon is nevertheless incredible for its maze of corridors, gothic style towers and magical central temples with 1200 meters of the finest bas relief, depicting scenes of everyday life in 12th Century Cambodia. 
     
    From Angkor Thom we continue to the Phimeanakas, located in the middle of the old Royal Palace area, and to the Terrace of the Elephants and the Leper King.  
     
    Returning to town we will enjoy lunch and a short rest, thereby avoiding the mid-day heat.
     
    In the afternoon we continue our exploration to Ta Phrom, a temple half consumed by the Cambodian jungle and famous in the west as the film location for “Tomb Raider”. 
     
    After that we proceed to the famous temple of Angkor Wat - the best known and most breathtaking of all the sights, and a highlight of any visit to the Angkor complex. Originally built as a funerary temple for Suryavarman ll in honor of Vishnu. This temple is unique as it faces west, symbolically the direction of death. It is a very grand and imposing structure, but its most stunning feature is the extensive and intricately carved bas reliefs, which stretch throughout the galleries and inner temples.  
     
    We will end up our day by enjoying the sunset view from the top of Phnom Bakheng Hill with a panoramic view of Western Baray and Angkor Wat. 
     
    The evening is free for you explore the night life of Siem Reap on your own. 
     
    Meals included: Breakfast, lunch
    Overnight in Siem Reap

    image Front gate Angkor wat
  • In the morning we enjoy a guided tour to Banteay Srei with the most stunning carved lintels at Angkor and Banteay Samre, a fortified temple built by Suryavarman II and located far away from the normal temple crowds. 
     
    In the afternoon we visit the exquisite Prasat Kravan. The sanctuary's interiors are remarkable for the large bas-relief depictions of Vishnu and Lakshmi that have been carved into the walls of reddish brick, connected by a vegetable compound.  The tour also includes the Neak Poan, an artificial circular island with a Buddhist temple built on it, in Preah Khan Baray. This was built during the reign of King Jayavarman VII. and originally designed for medical purposes (the ancients believed that going into these pools would balance the elements in the bather, thus curing disease); it is one of the many hospitals that Jayavarman VII built. The site was built in the second half of the 12th century, according to tradition, on a spot where the King fought a crucial battle against the Cham. 
     
    After returning to the hotel the rest of your day is free at leisure. 
     
    (N.B: It can get hot and humid here so please take sunscreen and drinking water with you.)
     
    Meals included: Breakfast, lunch
    Overnight in Siem Reap

    image Apsara
  • In the morning we are taken back to the airport for a morning flight to Phnom Penh, the political and financial center of the country, and was a bustling commercial hub during the French colonial days.
     
    On arrival you will be met by your local guide and driven to the hotel for check-in. 
     
    In the afternoon we will begin our sightseeing in the city center, which involves 3 hours of leisurely walking. This guided tour includes the Silver Pagoda and National Museum.
     
    Afterwards we drive 15 minutes to the Tuol Sleng Museum (also known as the Museum of Genocidal Crimes). The museum commemorates the atrocities that occurred during the regime of Pol Pot. Most people find it a very emotional experience, so you will be given time to explore on your own.
     
    Meals included: Breakfast
    Overnight in Phnom Penh

    image Old market
  • Your whole morning is free.
    We check out at mid-day and transfer to the airport for the short flight to Saigon. 
     
    On arrival, you will be met by your local tour guide and driven (30 minutes) to your hotel for check-in. 
     
    The rest of the day is free at leisure. 
     
    You may enjoy visiting  the nearby Ben Thanh night Market this evening for a fun shopping experience, then seek out a restaurant in the surrounding area for dinner. 
     
    Meals included: Breakfast
    Overnight in Saigon

    image A Street of Ho Chi Minh City
  • This day tour will give you a unique look at familiar and not-so-familiar landmarks in modern-day Ho Chi Minh City, to reveal the city’s culture, architecture, religious practices and fascinating history. The tour begins in the cool early morning with a private pickup by your tour guide and driver at your hotel. The first stop is Tao Dan Park to catch the bird lovers club (morning only, 0800 – 0900), then enjoy a local coffee while our tour guide explains the history and practice of keeping birds in Saigon.
     
    The next stop is the Monument of Thich Quang Duc, a Vietnamese Mahayana Buddhist monk who burned himself to death on June 11, 1963 to protest against the persecution of Buddhists by South Vietnam’s Ngo Dinh Diem administration.
     
    Then we will take a quick stop at the colorful Ho Thi Ky flower market before riding to a Funeral Home to learn about Vietnamese funeral ceremonies & customs.
     
    Continue to drive through Cho Lon "Chinatown" to visit Binh Tay Market, one of the biggest market places in Ho Chi Minh City. Then we will move on to Nhi Phu temple built in the end of 17th century by Chinese immigrants from Fukkien Province. Although the exact construction date is unknown, an inscription on the pagoda's ancient bell dates the pagoda to pre-1765. Nhi Phu Temple is built in a “Khẩu” (gate) architectural style with an open yard in the center. 
     
    Leaving Chinatown, we drive through the tunnel to District 2 where we see downtown Saigon from a different perspective viewing the developing Ho Chi Minh City. Stop for lunch in a local restaurant.
     
    In the afternoon we will visit the city's major landmarks: the War Remnants Museum and the remarkable Reunification Palace and the previous CIA Office before a drive down Dong Khoi Street. We reveal the place where, in 1975, during the dying days of the former regime, the iconic photograph was taken of a helicopter lifting people out of Saigon.

    Continue on to the General Post Office (G.P.O), noted for its neoclassical architecture, designed and constructed by the famous architect Gustave Eiffel, in harmony with the surrounding area. This is followed by a visit to the famous Notre Dame Cathedral (“Our Lady”). Notre Dame Cathedral is considered to be one of the main city attractions and one of the most beautiful buildings in all Vietnam. It was built in 1877 - 1880 by the French architect Bourad. 
     
    A stop at the historic Opera House built in 1880 (now the Municipal Theatre) lets us talk about the history the square represents from the time it was the main road into the Bat Quay, to the French invasion, to the filming of  “The Quiet American”.
     
    The final stop is an outside view of HCM City People’s Committee (formerly Hôtel de Ville) built in 1902-1908, and is one of the most photographed buildings in Vietnam - notable for its gardens, ornate facade and elegant interior lit with crystal chandeliers.
     
     Returning to the hotel around 17:00 and spend the rest of your day is free.
     
    Meals included: Breakfast, lunch
    Overnight in Saigon

    image The Notre Dame Cathedral
  • Today we will take a day tour to the heart of the Mekong Delta, popularly known as the “rice bowl” of Vietnam, and is famous for its vast rice fields, numerous waterways and beautiful landscapes. 
     
    Upon arrival in Ben Tre town, we will embark on an enjoyable motor boat excursion, taking a glimpse at the Delta scenery, houses built on stilts and local fish farms along the way. During the boat trip we will stop at a local factory to see how they make bricks by hand in the traditional way. We will also visit a coconut processing workshop and a mat making workshop.
    Next, we take motor cart (xe lôi) passing rice and vegetable fields.  Alternatively we can take a bike ride. 
     
    Around mid-day we return to Ben Tre town for lunch at a local restaurant. 
    We then take the 1.5 hour drive back to Saigon. 
    The rest of the day is free.
     
    Meals included: Breakfast, lunch
    Overnight in Saigon

    image A typical bridge in My Tho - Mekong Delta
  • In the morning we drive for 2 hours (75 km) to the district of Cu Chi; which is actually an outer suburb of Ho Chi Minh City. On arrival we will watch a brief video to introduce you to the Cu Chi tunnels, followed by a 2 hour sightseeing tour on foot, on uneven paths through the bush. You will also have the opportunity to crawl through some of the Cu Chi tunnels if you choose. 
     
    Departing Cu Chi tunnels we continue to drive 1.5 hours (60km) to Tay Ninh to the ‘Holy See’ and watch most of the Cao Dai service. Tay Ninh, near the Cambodian border, is home to the unique Cao Dai sect, whose patron saints include Joan of Arc, Victor Hugo and Winston Churchill to name a few. The religion is an odd mix of Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism and Christianity. We then drive to a local restaurant to enjoy a simple lunch, before taking the 3 hour drive back to Saigon.
    The rest of your day is free
     
    N.B: Remember to take insect repellent today as mosquitoes are more common in the Cu Chi district. At the Cu Chi Tunnels you will be given the opportunity to shoot a range of guns (example AK47, M16). If you are keen to do this, please be aware that the noise level is extremely high and although ear muffs are provided, they may not give the level of protection you require. It is recommended that you bring ear plugs from home if you would like to participate in this.
     
    Meals included: Breakfast, lunch
    Overnight in Saigon

    image Posting inside Cu Chi Tunnels

  • This morning we are taken to the airport for the short flight to Da Nang, the closest airport to Hoi An. You will be met at the arrivals hall at the airport by your local guide and driver and taken to Hoian. We will make a stop en route to visit the Cham Museum and My Khe Beach, before continuing on to our hotel for check-in.
     
    From the 16th to the 18th century, Hoi An was a thriving international commercial port. Today it is a quaint riverside town, popular with tourists for its eclectic architecture, tailor shops, cafes, and beautiful beaches. After settling into our hotel we will head out for lunch, followed by a two hour walking tour through the narrow winding streets of the Ancient Quarter, visiting Chua Ong Pagoda, the Assembly Hall, the 200-year-old Phung Hung house, and the Japanese Covered Bridge. 
     
    After returning to the hotel the remainder of your day is free.
    Maybe you will want to visit one of many tailor-shops in town, famous for their “made to measure” clothing, or seek out somewhere interesting for dinner. 
     
    Meals included: Breakfast, lunch
    Overnight in Hoi An

    image Hoi An Ancient Town at noon time
  • Your whole day is free at leisure. 
     
    Suggestions: You can hire a bicycle to ride to the beautiful Cua Dai Beach or take part in a cooking class. For this class you will be taken through Hoi An’s riverside market, always a hive of activity, to purchase the ingredients before spending the morning in class with the chef of a local restaurant learning how to prepare a Vietnamese meal, which you will enjoy for your lunch! 
     
    Please note: No activities are included today; therefore the suggestions above will be at your own expense.
     
    Meals included: Breakfast
    Overnight in Hoi An.

    image A lady selling soup and porridge at Hoi An Market
  • We leave Hoi An this morning and drive north to the Old Imperial City of Hue. Today we will enjoy one of the most scenic journeys by driving over the Hai Van Pass, the “Ocean Cloud Pass” dropping down to the wonderfully photogenic fishing village of Lang Co where we can stop for a coffee break. (Optional).
     
    After arriving in Hue we check into our hotel, where you will have time to rest and have lunch on your own.
     
    In the afternoon we will enjoy sightseeing at the Citadel which involves 1.5 hours on foot through the former Royal Palace Complex. The ancient walled Citadel contains the former Imperial Palace. The Citadel was closely modeled along the lines of the Forbidden City in Beijing. Much was damaged during the last 2 wars. The city was made a UNESCO world heritage site in 1993. Thanks to UNESCO the buildings that still remain are slowly being restored and preserved. 
     
    We finish the day by taking a “dragon boat” up the Perfume River to visit the Thien Mu Pagoda. 
     
    Note: Depending on the time of year it can get quite hot here, and sometimes rains in the afternoon, so it is a good idea to bring along sunscreen and rain protection.
     
    Meals included: Breakfast
    Overnight in Hue

    image Pristine Beach at the foot of Hai Van Pass
  • This morning we continue sightseeing around Hue. We visit King Khai Dinh’s Mausoleum or King Tu Duc’ tomb.  This impressive tomb was built for the Nguyễn Emperor Khai Dinh. It was built from 1920 to 1931, taking 11 years to complete. The tomb is a blend of Western and Eastern architecture. The inside of this impressive mausoleum is artfully decorated with intricately designed glass and china. 
     
    Next we continue on to the Hue Royal Fine Arts Museum which is housed within the former Dien Long An Royal Palace. 
     
    We visit a local workshop where we will see the process of incense makings before enjoying a vegetarian buffet lunch, cooked and served in a local Buddhist monastery. This intimate experience will allow you to gain knowledge on Buddhism in Vietnam.    
     
    After lunch we will drive to the airport to catch the short flight to Hanoi. At the arrival halls, you will be met by your local guide and driver and driven (1 hour) to the hotel for check-in. 
     
    Meals included: Breakfast, lunch
    Overnight in Hanoi

    image Sandstone statues at Emperor Khai Dinh's Tomb
  • Today we will enjoy a full day tour of Hanoi, Vietnam’s charming capital. 
     
    05:30am OPTIONAL: You will be picked up at your hotel and start the day with a visit to Quang Ba flower market, then stroll around the beautiful Hoan Kiem Lake to watch the locals doing their morning tai-chi and aerobics in the dawn light. 
    Alternatively: You will be picked up at your hotel after breakfast, to begin a full-day of private sightseeing around Hanoi. 
     
    We start by visiting Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum (Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is closed every Monday & Friday, all afternoons and from late September until December) and his private home, a wooden stilt‐house surrounded by lush gardens. In the same complex we also visit the One Pillar Pagoda, an important symbol for Hanoians. The tour continues with a short drive to see the wonderful architecture and exhibits of the History Museum, formerly home to the École Française d’Extrême Orient in Vietnam.
     
    Lunch will be served at the famous Restaurant of Anh Tuyet in the Old Quarter. Anh Tuyet is a famous chef in Hanoi, known to many people for her delicious dishes such as Hanoi spring rolls and grilled honey chicken. Anthony Bourdain, a well-known American chef (and lover of Vietnamese food!) visited Ms Tuyet’s restaurant in 2002 while shooting his TV show called No Reservations,  said "Ms Tuyet’s restaurant and her delicate dishes are part of Vietnam’s cultural heritage! The traditional dishes and a friendly atmosphere all make Ms Tuyet’s a place that cannot be found anywhere else".
     
    After lunch, we visit the Temple of Literature, also known as Quoc Tu Giam - Vietnam's first University, established within a temple to educate Vietnam's royalty, mandarins and members of the elite. 
     
    Next we will take a cyclo ride through Hanoi’s French Quarter, characterized by wide tree-lined streets, majestic French buildings and side-walk cafes. Traveling by cyclo is a fun way to get the real feel for the town, as well as some great photographs. 
     
    We will enjoy a cup of coffee at Pho Co Café, an old coffee shop with a great view of Hoan Kiem Lake and its surroundings. Finally, you will be taken to the theatre for a performance of our traditional water puppet show, a typical northern Vietnam art form. 
     
    We return to our hotel where the rest of your evening is free.
    Dinner is on your own.
     
    Meals included: Breakfast, lunch
    Overnight in Hanoi

    image Hanoi Old Quarter
  • Hạlong Bay was first listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994, in recognition of its outstanding, universal aesthetic value. In 2000 the World Heritage Committee additionally recognized Hạlong Bay for its outstanding geological and geomorphological value, and its World Heritage Listing was updated.
     
    Halong Bay is an area of great natural beauty, with sparkling waters studded with thousands of islets covered in rich green foliage, sheer cliffs and mystical caves. This morning we leave Hanoi and enjoy the scenery as we take the 4 hour trip to Halong Bay. Please pack an overnight bag with your necessities for this trip, the remainder of your luggage will be stored at the hotel. 
     
    Upon arrival we will board a traditional wooden junk boat for a relaxing and unforgettable cruise.  This bay features thousands of islets and limestone karsts in various shapes and sizes.  
     
    A sumptuous fresh seafood lunch will be served by our boat staff as we cruise this spectacular bay. 
    After lunch we will transfer to a small boat and visit one of the most stunning caves on Halong Bay. We will also stop at Titop Beach where you can take a refreshing swim, or maybe take out a kayak to explore the bay on your own. There will also be the opportunity for a short hike up a nearby summit for a panoramic view of the bay. 
     
    Returning to our junk we can watch the sunset before being served another superb meal for dinner. 
    (Cocktails will be available for purchase). After dinner you can mingle with the other guests before retiring to your private cabin with en-suite bathroom.
     
    (Note: Program may differ slightly base on the cruise ship. An extra night can be added to the program. If your time is flexible, we highly recommend it!) 
     
    Meals included: Breakfast, lunch, dinner
    Overnight on junk boat

    image View from the Amazing Cave - Ha Long Bay - Vietnam
  • Wake in time to watch the sun rise over the spectacular horizon and reflect on the pristine waters of the bay. You can also join a Tai Chi class on the sundeck (optional) before we enjoy our breakfast while continuing to cruise around this natural wonder. Upon returning to the dock, our Guide and driver will be waiting to take us on the 4 hour journey back to Hanoi. En route we will stop at Yen Duc, a beautiful and typical village of Northern Vietnam, and watch a traditional water puppet show (30 minutes). After the show we can stroll around the village, meet the locals, and learn about their daily life. 
     
    We arrive back at the hotel around 5:00pm and the remainder of your day is free. 
     
    Meals included: Breakfast
    Overnight in Hanoi
     

    image Misty morning in Ha Long Bay
  • You will be free until your private driver takes you to the airport, according to the departure time of your international flight.
     
    Meals included: Breakfast




What's Included?
Accommodation with daily breakfast at selected hotels 
Private Vihicles and Drivers
Private English Speaking Guides (Other languages if available, upon request)
Meals as mentioned in the itinerary (B= Breakfast, L= Lunch, D= Dinner)
All domestic flights
Airport Taxes and Fuel charges
Entrance fees for all mentioned sights visited
Service Charge & Government Taxes
 
What's Not Included?
Your International Flights Vietnam and Cambodia entry Visa Fees (contact us for further information)
Personal Expenses (such as laundry, telephone, drinks, etc.)
Any bank fees or charges at your end
Meals other than those mentioned in the itinerary
Personal Travel Insurance
Tips for guides and drivers

HOTEL SELECTION:
The hotels listed below are our suggestions for the best value on this tour, Vietnam and Cambodia Tour 16 days. However, Indochina Pioneer offers many more options of hand-picked hotels, with different "star ratings", allowing you to customize the vacation to meet your taste and budget. 
 
Location Boutique Option 3 Star Option 4 Star Option 5 Star Option
Siem Reap Central Boutique Hotel Soria Moria Hotel Tara Angkor Hotel Borei Angkor Hotel
Phnom Penh Anise Boutique Villas Anise Hotel River Place Hotel Intercontinental Phnom Penh Hotel
Ho Chi Minh City Little Saigon Boutique Hotel Signature Sagon Hotel Eden Saigon Hotel Lotte Legend Hotel
Hoi An Via Boutique Hotel Vinh Hung 2 Hotel Vinh Hung Resort La Residencia Hotel & Spa
Hue Serene Hotel Asia Hotel Moonlight Hotel Best Western Indochina Palace
Hanoi Hanoi Charming 2 Hotel Gondola Hotel La Siesta Hotel & Spa Hotel De L'Opera
Halong Dragon Pearl Junk Image Cruise Emotion Cruise Pelican Cruises
 
Remarks:
1. All of our itineraries can be tailor-made to suit your requirements, allowing us to create the perfect holiday just for you. Please click on the “Request” Tap and complete the requested information for us. Upon receipt, our travel consultant will  customize the best value vacation for your kind consideration. Please note: Changes CAN be made to the itinerary after our initial quote, but may result in a price change also!

2. We are aware that a good tour must have good hotels. In Indochina in particular (Vietnam, Cambodia & Laos) hotel prices make up the major expense of your holiday. Therefore, we would like to clarify how we define these charges:
 
» Boutique & character hotels (highly recommended): from $50-$80 USD  per room/ per night
» First Class = 3 star hotels from US$ 40 - US$ 60 per room/night                    
» Superior = 4 star hotels from US$ 80 - US$ 110 per room/night
» Deluxe = 5 star hotels from US$120 - US$ 180++ per room/night

3. Sgl Sup = Single Supplement or Single room surcharge.
4. More people = lower prices. Please ask for a quote based on your group size.
5. Child policy: Under 2 years old are free of charge for tour & pay 50% of internal airline charges, from 2 to 5 years old 50% charge for tour & 75% of internal airline charges, from 5 to 12 years old 75%  for tour & full internal airline charges. 12 years and older = 100% (charged as an adult).
What's Included?
Accommodation with daily breakfast at selected hotels 
Private Vihicles and Drivers
Private English Speaking Guides (Other languages if available, upon request)
Meals as mentioned in the itinerary (B= Breakfast, L= Lunch, D= Dinner)
All domestic flights
Airport Taxes and Fuel charges
Entrance fees for all mentioned sights visited
Service Charge & Government Taxes
 
What's Not Included?
Your International Flights Vietnam and Cambodia entry Visa Fees (contact us for further information)
Personal Expenses (such as laundry, telephone, drinks, etc.)
Any bank fees or charges at your end
Meals other than those mentioned in the itinerary
Personal Travel Insurance
Tips for guides and drivers

HOTEL SELECTION:

The hotels listed below are our suggestions for the best value on this tour, Vietnam and Cambodia Tour 16 days. However, Indochina Pioneer offers many more options of hand-picked hotels, with different "star ratings", allowing you to
customize the vacation to meet your taste and budget. 
 
HOTEL OPTIONS
BOUTIQUE
Siem Reap Central Boutique Hotel
Phnom Penh Anise Boutique Villas
Ho Chi Minh City Little Saigon Boutique Hotel
Hoi An Via Boutique Hotel
Hue Serene Hotel
Hanoi Hanoi Charming 2 Hotel
Halong Dragon Pearl Junk
FIRST CLASS
(3 STAR)
Siem Reap Soria Moria Hotel
Phnom Penh Anise Hotel
Ho Chi Minh City Signature Sagon Hotel
Hoi An Vinh Hung 2 Hotel
Hue Asia Hotel
Hanoi Gondola Hotel
Halong Image Cruise
SUPERIOR
(4 STAR)
Siem Reap Tara Angkor Hotel
Phnom Penh River Place Hotel
Ho Chi Minh City Eden Saigon Hotel
Hoi An Vinh Hung Resort
Hue Moonlight Hotel
Hanoi La Siesta Hotel & Spa
Halong Emotion Cruise
DELUXE
(5 STAR)
Siem Reap Borei Angkor Hotel
Phnom Penh Intercontinental Phnom Penh Hotel
Ho Chi Minh City Lotte Legend Hotel
Hoi An La Residencia Hotel & Spa
Hue Best Western Indochina Palace
Hanoi Hotel De L'Opera
Halong Pelican Cruises
Remarks:
1. All of our itineraries can be tailor-made to suit your requirements, allowing us to create the perfect holiday just for you. Please click on the “Request” Tap and complete the requested information for us. Upon receipt, our travel consultant will  customize the best value vacation for your kind consideration. Please note: Changes CAN be made to the itinerary after our initial quote, but may result in a price change also!

2. We are aware that a good tour must have good hotels. In Indochina in particular (Vietnam, Cambodia & Laos) hotel prices make up the major expense of your holiday. Therefore, we would like to clarify how we define these charges:
 
» Boutique & character hotels (highly recommended): from $50-$80 USD  per room/ per night
» First Class = 3 star hotels from US$ 40 - US$ 60 per room/night                    
» Superior = 4 star hotels from US$ 80 - US$ 110 per room/night
» Deluxe = 5 star hotels from US$120 - US$ 180++ per room/night

3. Sgl Sup = Single Supplement or Single room surcharge.
4. More people = lower prices. Please ask for a quote based on your group size.
5. Child policy: Under 2 years old are free of charge for tour & pay 50% of internal airline charges, from 2 to 5 years old 50% charge for tour & 75% of internal airline charges, from 5 to 12 years old 75%  for tour & full internal airline charges. 12 years and older = 100% (charged as an adult).

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image I highly recommend Indochina Pioneers. I traveled to Vietnam for a week, Kata did a superb job organizing an amazing trip! I also enjoyed meeting her over lunch in Hanoi, my last day in Vietnam, she really cares for her customers and is incredibly helpful accommodating any needs one might have. Excellent service for an unforgettable trip to Vietnam! Read more image

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I highly recommend Indochina Pioneers. I traveled to Vietnam for a week, Kata did a superb job organizing an amazing trip! I also enjoyed meeting her over lunch in Hanoi, my last day in Vietnam, she really cares for her customers and is incredibly helpful accommodating any needs one might have. Excellent service for an unforgettable trip to Vietnam!

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Roby2013

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image Indochina Pioneer is a great company to hire if you want to go on a worry free vacation and not have to plan anything yourself. You will have private drivers and tour guides the whole time if you desire. I felt very well taken care of. The tour guides were very knowledgable and friendly. Read more image

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Indochina Pioneer is a great company to hire if you want to go on a worry free vacation and not have to plan anything yourself. You will have private drivers and tour guides the whole time if you desire. I felt very well taken care of. The tour guides were very knowledgable and friendly. I definitely recommend Indochina if you're willing to spend the extra money for the convenience of their service.

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LeslieDenise

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image “A great touring experience - Indochina Pioneer Tours” I usually like to research and organise our holidays but I was referred to Indochina Pioneer Tours by a friend - THANK GOODNESS... Read more image

“A great touring experience - Indochina Pioneer Tours”

I usually like to research and organise our holidays but I was referred to Indochina Pioneer Tours by a friend - THANK GOODNESS. Lam was amazing, making suggestions, changing to suit our requirements, further suggestions and all at a reasonable price. We were provided different tour guides in each cit...
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Vietnam and Cambodia Tour

image “A great touring experience - Indochina Pioneer Tours” I usually like to research and organise our holidays but I was referred to Indochina Pioneer Tours by a friend - THANK GOODNESS. Lam was amazing, making suggestions, changing to suit our requirements, further suggestions and all at a reasonable price. We were provided different tour guides in each cit... Read more image

“A great touring experience - Indochina Pioneer Tours”

I usually like to research and organise our holidays but I was referred to Indochina Pioneer Tours by a friend - THANK GOODNESS. Lam was amazing, making suggestions, changing to suit our requirements, further suggestions and all at a reasonable price. We were provided different tour guides in each cit...
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Bob & Dennis

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image "Thank you Lam" We are both well thank you. We are still a bit tired from the overnight flight we had from KL to Adelaide but that will pass. Ann and I were both thoroughly satisfied with all aspects of the trip. Read more image

"Thank you Lam"

We are both well thank you. We are still a bit tired from the overnight flight we had from KL to Adelaide but that will pass.
Ann and I were both thoroughly satisfied with all aspects of the trip. All of the  guides and drivers throughout were excellent as was our accommodation.

Each city and town had its own special charm and we particularly liked the temples of Angkor, Hoi An and Luang Prabang  and the boat trips on  the Mekong and Halong Bay were special. The whole trip was most enjoyable.

I have attached the questionnaire which Tommy gave us on leaving Hanoi.

We would certainly be interested in what you have to offer for a trip to Burma, particularly if it has the same format as we had in Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos.

We have told everyone what a good job you have done.

Regards,
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Roger Cammell
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