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FAR EAST


VIETNAM IN STYLE NEW


14 DAYS from £2925 (per person twin share with flights)


itinerary


A relaxing tour of Vietnam staying at many of its finest hotels


Mekong Delta


DAY 1 – Fly to Singapore Singapore Airlines flight from Heathrow to Singapore.


Cu Chi tunnels An Lam Ninh Van Bay Villas


DAY 2 – Hanoi Connect to the Singapore Airlines flight to Hanoi. Afternoon cyclo ride through the Old Quarter. Overnight at Hotel de l’Opera.


DAY 3 – Ninh Binh Morning city tour including Hoan Kiem Lake, One Pillar Pagoda and the Ho Chi Minh Museum. Afternoon drive to Ninh Binh for 2 nights at Ana Mandara Ninh Binh.


DAY 4 – Ninh Binh River trip by hand woven bamboo row boat to Tam Coc (Three Caves). The area is known as ’Halong Bay on land’ with extensive waterways and towering limestone cliffs. Later visit Hoa Lu Ancient Town. Afternoon at leisure.


DAY 5 – Halong Bay Drive to Halong Bay to board the Bhaya overnight cruise. Sail amongst mountain scenery and floating villages before spending the night on the bay.


AN LAM NINH VAN BAY VILLAS


NEW Sandwiched between a private lagoon and a lush mountain backdrop, the 35 private villas of this hidden retreat lie amongst a tropical paradise on the


edge of Ninh Van Bay. Travelling by speedboat from Nha Trang you enter a world of luxurious comfort, with beachfront or lagoon facing villas, a superb gourmet restaurant and fantastic diving opportunities for all levels.


CON DAO


NEW Some 80% of the Con Dao archipelago forms part of the Con Dao National Park, a staggeringly beautiful chain of islands that are home to rare dugongs


and some of Vietnam’s most important turtle nesting grounds. A short flight from Saigon, the main island of Con Son, now a peaceful haven, was once an infamous prison during the colonial occupation.


DAY 6 – Danang Further sailing through Halong Bay before brunch on board. After disembark for a drive to Hanoi airport. Fly to Danang and transfer to the Fusion Maia for 3 nights.


DAYS 7/8 – Danang Relax and enjoy the all-inclusive spa treatment at your hotel. Or take an optional walking tour of Hoi An, located a 20 minute drive from the Fusion Maia.


DAYS 9/10 – Ninh Van Bay Fly to Nha Trang and transfer to An Lam Ninh Van Bay Villas for 2 nights. Relax amongst luscious vegetation on the picturesque Ninh Van Bay. Visits to local temples and traditional markets can be arranged locally.


Special Somewhere Six Senses Con Dao


DAY 11 – Saigon Fly to Saigon. Explore Chinatown, Cha Tam Church, Thien Hau Temple and Binh Tay market. Later proceed by speedboat to An Lam Saigon River Private Residence for 2 nights.


DAY 12 – Saigon Day at leisure with several optional excursions available including Cu Chi Tunnels which can be reached by speedboat.


DAY 13 – Fly to the UK Morning at leisure. Evening Singapore Airlines flight to Singapore. You may wish to break your journey with a stopover in the city.


DAY 14 Connect to the Singapore Airlines flight to Heathrow.


SIX SENSES CON DAO


NEW A deluxe resort, located off Vietnam’s beautiful south east coast, this idyllic property offers 50 private villas with


uninterrupted ocean views. Each spacious villa comes with its own infinity pool and butler service, whilst the world renowned spa is considered one of the finest in Vietnam. Other features include a large pool and the unique ‘Vietnamese Market Place’ experience.


DEPARTURES DAILY EXTENSION IDEAS


Stay a few extra nights and slow down your itinerary through Vietnam. Or continue your adventures in Indochina with a visit to the jungle temples of Angkor, Cambodia. Alternatively enjoy a city break in Singapore. We offer a 2 night break at Raffles or Marina Bay Sands Singapore.


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