Vietnam is a rising developing country in Southeast Asia. Although this is a small country but Vietnam owns many fantastic things and many UNESCO sites that lie on top the bucket list. Vietnam is so famous for winning many wars in the past and a country with thousand years of history. Thus, Vietnam has developed continuously and a favourite destination in the eyes of the foreigners. In Vietnam, 54 ethnic groups with diverse cultures have been living harmoniously together. Having a tropical climate, Vietnam is very known for many beautiful landscapes, amazing mountains, marvelous beaches, impressive caves and even interesting rice paddy fields. Cuisine is also a highlight when foreigners come to Vietnam. In short, Vietnam has been always a truly tourist destination for European tourists, especially Danish. To help those who want to travel to Vietnam from Denmark, Premium Travel Vietnam organise Vietnam Tour Package from Denmark.
VIETNAM TOUR PACKAGE FROM DENMARK ITINERARY:
Day 1: Vietnam Arrival
Welcome to Vietnam. Upon reaching Tan Son Nhat airport, the guide and the driver from Premium Travel Vietnam will come to meet you up transferring to the hotel for check in. You can relax after a long flight. The rest of the day is at your leisure.
Day 2: Ho Chi Minh city tour
In the morning, we will first visit Notre Dame Cathedral – a must visit attraction in Ho Chi Minh city. In the 1960’s this historic church played an important role in the Vietnamese Catholic community.
Next, we will pass the historic Central Post Office which is arguably the grandest in Southeast Asia thanks to its ornate wooden counter-tops, patterned tiled floors, and old fashion telephone boxes. You can grab some of beautiful pictures of this spot.
Following that, we then go by exploring the Reunification Palace – a historic spot in Ho Chi Minh. This used to be the workplace of the President of South Vietnam during the Vietnam War and also witnessed the Fall of Saigon in 1974. End in then morning is to sightseeing remarkable War Remnants Museum.
Later on, we will enjoy lunch in a local restaurant with some of local dishes.
In the afternoon, we are heading to visit Cu Chi Tunnels – an impressive tunnel networks built by Viet Cong guerillas in the Vietnam war.
Ending the day is to transfer you back to the hotel.
Day 3: Mekong Delta Discovery
Today, Vietnam Tour Package from Denmark continue with Mekong Delta Full Day Exploration. Firstly, we are coming to observe the hustling life at Cai Be floating market full of foods being sold. Finding out how the local people live and their daily activities. Next in our trip, we pass by a local family business making coconut products at Coconut Farm. Here, you can see how they make and can try some of local specialties.
Next part in our journey, we then take you to listen smooth, silky “Tai Tu Music” that will bring you every inner feeling with melodious instruments.
Tan Phong Island will be our next stop where we enjoy our lunch. Right here, there are many interesting activities that you can join including rowing boat through the interlaced canal network, or visiting a lush fruit orchard.
As soon as we finish, we are then heading to Can Tho city. Overnight in hotel in Can Tho.
Day 4: Can Tho city tour
As the sun rises, our Vietnam Tour Package from Denmark moves on with a boat trip to reach Cai Rang Floating market.
Surprisingly, Cai Rang market appears to be busy and bustling in front of you. Here, you can realize how busy the market is in the early morning and see how the locals sell their home-grown goods and products. This is a great chance to grab such a beautiful picture in the morning.
Next, we will go to Binh Thuy Garden House – an impressively sophisticated French architecture. So, an unique architectural in style and the harmonious combination between the East and the West makes this place a must see attraction in Can Tho city.
Afterward, we head off to Can Tho Museum which displays all pictures and information of all ethinic group living in the region.
Finally, we will transfer you back to Ho Chi Minh city. The end of the day is on your own.
Day 5: Fly to Da Nang city – drive to Hoi An (30 km)
In the morning, after breakfast at your hotel, we then transfer you to Tan Son Nhat airport for domestic flight to Da Nang city.
Upon reaching Da Nang, you will be met our guide and driver who will pick you up and then transfer to Hoi An city. On the way, we will sightseeing Marble Mountains.
Therefore, Marble Mountains is known for its holy Buddist temples, pagodas and natural beautiful caves. On arrival, we will visit 7 – level Xa Loi tower. From here, you can overlook to Non Nuoc Beach in a short distance. Even in some sunny days, we can see Cham island in Hoi An from here.
Next, we will visit Linh Ung pagoda. This pagoda is very well decorated with dragons on rooftop, there is a Buddist monastery close by where you can have a chance to take a photo of Buddist monks.
Following up the tour is a visit to the most beautiful Huyen Khong cave that was formerly used as a hospital during the war. Accordingly, this cave is so beautiful and stunning; some Buddist temples and incense smoke mixed up with sunlight makes the cave visionary and worth it a visit. Finishing up Marble Mountains Tour, we will step up at river – watching tower built by Emperor Minh Mang and from here you can grab the whole view of marble district.
Upon finishing, we head to hotel in Hoi An for check in. The rest of the day is at your leisure. You can take a rest and later go to Hoi An center for shopping or having dinner.
Day 6: My Son – Hoi An Full Day
As the sun rises, our Vietnam Tour Package from Denmark moves on with an hour driver to My Son Sanctuary – the former holy place of the Cham people.
Thus, My Son built in the dense jungle and in the 7th century by the Champa people who usually came here at least once a year to pay respect to Hindu Gods of Shiva, Brahma, Vishu. Besides, this sacred site was the most important and well preserved by the Cham people.
The Cham people built My Son in different time and divived by the French into several groups when they discovered it in 1895.
Thus, My Son consisted of group A, B, C, D, G, E. F and H. The My Son Holyland had an enormous influence toward the Cham’s daily life.
So coming here, you will wander around and visit many ruins of temples dating back thousand years ago. You then enjoy Champa dance show to know more Cham rich culture. As you finish, we then transfer you back to Hoi An.
Enjoy lunch in one of the best view restaurants in town before we will have Hoi An city tour later on.
So, we will stroll around this lovely charming town to know more history of Hoi An. Our highlights will be a Chinese Assembly Hall, Old Merchant Houses, Japanese Bridge and Hoi An market.
Ending the day is to go back to your hotel.
Day 7: Hoi An Fishing and Farming Tour
So Vietnam Tour Package from Denmark continue with full day farming and fishing tour in Hoi An to know more Hoi An culture.
First, we take our bicycles riding along small canals and waterways towards Hoi An’s most beautiful village.
Stopping at a farmer’s house in village and be warmly welcome by the host with the traditional herb drink. Then, he will share and tell you all about the rice production with the usage of very basic tools of his family.
Next, have fun with buffalo ride so he will take you along the side of the field. Later, you will go into the field, learning how to use a wooden cart to plow and rake the field. From now, you will see how interesting the old -fashion farming way is. Therefore, it will enhance your knowledge about wet rice farming in Vietnam.
Our next tour part is to learn how to till the soil and planting the rice seedlings into the field. Upon finishing, we then cycle back to his house then you will try to thresh the rice seeds from the plant; mill it to have the best quality rice.
As soon as you finish, we will then jump into a fishing boat, heading out to the river where fishing activities happen.
Reaching the place, you will get on a little boat to come to a bamboo hut to sit on and learn how to drop the fishing net down into the river. Next, using your feet and hands to lift the fishing net up. Once you tie up the net, then use a basket boat to open the bottom of the net to get your fish harvesting.
The next activity is to go further and meet local fishermen who will teach you how to cast the fishing net into the river.
Continue our interesting tour, we will head upstream Thu Bon river and enjoy basket boat ride. Thus, you will first learn about the history of the area then someone will instruct you how to paddle this kind of fun boat in Vietnam. And he may spin you around to have an exciting experience with a big smile.
Enjoy lunch in a local restaurant before we go back to the hotel.
Day 8: Hoi An – Hue – Imperial city
Leaving your favorite Hoi An ancient town behind, Vietnam Tour Package from Denmark continue to transfer you to Hue.
On the way, we drive up the Pass of the Ocean Clouds (Hai Van Pass) – one of the most imposing passes in Vietnam. Thus, the pass has many snaking curves and spectacular view worth a journey.
Reaching the summit, you then have a rest looking around to take some of panoramic photos of the region.
Next, we will directly transfer you to Hue city.
Upon coming here, we then sightseeing Hue Imperial City. Thus, this is an enormous complex including many temples, palaces, pagodas, pavilions for the royal family of Nguyen Dynasty in the old days. Besides, the Hue Citadel had 3 walled cities with a wide moat outside connecting with the Perfume River: The Citadel, The Imperial City, The Forbidden City.
Walking around this huge complex and pay visit to Noon gate, Thai Hoa Palace, Royal Theatre, Truong Sinh Residence to know more history of Nguyen Family as well as Tet Offensive in 1968.
Later, we have lunch in a garden restaurant before we come to our hotel for check in procedures. Take the room and relax for the rest of the day.
Day 9: Hue Sightseeings
Move on our holiday package, we will take you to a pier where you board a Dragon Boat cruise heading to Thien Mu Pagoda. This is one of the oldest pagodas in Hue.
Located on the side of the Perfume river, this spot was the place where Nguyen Emperors came to relax to compose poetry. And today it becomes a holy site for Hue Buddist people.
Next, we then tour Tu Duc Mausoleum – an indispensable destinations in Hue. The layout of tomb covers a total of around 50 buildings reflecting ideas and wishes of the Emperor when he was alive.
Strolling around this compound and you will know more stories of the Nguyen Emperor adding to an interesting part of the tomb visit.
Finally, we then come to see Khai Dinh Mausoleum. Hence, this 11-year-to-complete tomb lies in hill forest and strongly combines European and Oriental architectural styles. Adding that, this tomb is the smallest but one of worth-visiting attractions for travelers in Hue city.
Day 10: Thuy Bieu Cooking Class
Carry on our holiday, we today have a fun exciting tour to Thuy Bieu Eco Village. So, Thuy Bieu is a wonderland land of pomelo that owns a very special taste and fragrance. Grapefruit in Thuy Bieu village is different from others because it’s smaller, but sweeter and best known under the name of Thanh Tra. This fruit used to serve for the Nguyen Royal Families.
Reaching here, we then take bicycles riding around the village and witness daily life of people. We also see some of handicraft works such as incense making, votive papers family business and rice cakes making. All gives you an insight in Hue’s culture.
As you finish the ride, we come for a Foot Massage to heal and refresh yourself before we join for a small cooking class. Then, you learn how to make Spring rolls, Pancake, Fig Salad; they are Hue’s featured local food.
Day 11: Hue – Hanoi arrival
In the morning, we come to hotel lobby to meet and transfer you to Hue airport for domestic flight to Hanoi.
Arrival in Hanoi, meeting our guide and then be transferred to your hotel. The rest of the day is at your leisure.
Day 12: Hanoi City Tour
As the sun rises, we come to pick you up for Hanoi Sightseeing today. So, our first stop is Ho Chi Minh Complex including Ho Chi Minh Museum, Ho Chi Minh’s House-on-Stilts, Presidential Palace.Thus, you will understand more about our famous father leader – President Ho Chi Minh City. Also, a lot of history to be explained helping you gain more information about Vietnam’s independence as well as Uncle Ho’s humble daily life.
A short visit to the One Pillar Pagoda, a ritual place built on a single wooden pole, is designed in Lotus shape – National Flower of Vietnam.
We then make our way to the Temple of Literature, known as The First University of Vietnam. So, the temple was built in 1070 as a school for royal family’s member, descendants of governor as well as intelligent civilians across the country. Nowadays, the Temple of Literature is considered as a historical attraction of Hanoi and Vietnam.
Next, we head our way to Museum of Ethnology which is among the finest of Vietnam’s museums. You will see many exhibits, photographs and actual houses inhabited by some of the 54 ethnic people in Vietnam. It will give you a colorful introduction to all 54 ethnic tribes living in Vietnam.
Enjoy lunch in a local restaurant with some of Vietnam’s local dishes.
Following the tour itinerary, you will grab an hour of Cyclo Ride tour of Hanoi’s vibrant Old Quarter, and then we continue to sightseeing Hoan Kiem Lake.
Hence, this is a legendary “Story of Return Swords” as well as the focal point of the city. To complete your city tour in Hanoi, late in the afternoon, you will enjoy the legends and stories told at the Thang Long Water Puppet Show that no one should miss while visiting Hanoi.
After that, we will go back to the hotel.
Day 13: Hanoi – Halong Bay
In the morning, pick you up from your hotel and we are going to Halong Bay. This 4-hour journey gives you a scenic landscapes of Vietnam countryside as we are passing by small towns and rice paddies en route.
Arriving at Halong Bay port, we get on our Luxury Cruise into Halong Bay – spectacular limestone karsts, designated as World Natural Heritage.
Savor a delicious seafood lunch onboard as you take in panoramic views of the magnificent bay.
In the afternoon, let’s take the opportunity to explore the grottos more closely and cool off with a swim or enjoy some of water sports like swimming, kayaking ect
As the sun goes down, take a chance to admire sunset on board while having dinner on board. Then the night fall into the darkness, you can see the fishing life on the bay of the local people.
Day 14: Halong Bay Explore
As the sun rises, enjoy Tai Chi martial art lesson on board while getting the first sunlight of the day.
Continue our trip to visit Fighting Cocks (symbol of Halong Bay), Incense Burner, and Stone Dogs. After that, cruise to the most beautiful cave named Thien Cung (Heaven Palace Grotto) and you will explore the huge chambers adorned with stalactites and stalagmites of all kinds.
Finally, get to Ti Top Island and walk up for the best Halong Bay View with the host.
As soon as you finish, our cruise head back to the port and from here, our driver will come to meet you up transferring you back to Hanoi.
Day 15: Departure Flight back home to Denmark
In the morning, after breakfast, our guide and driver will come to pick you up for International Departure Flight back to Denmark.
So, our Vietnam Tour Package from Denmark is coming to an end here. We hoped you had the best and wonderful time with us.
WHY YOU ENJOY VIETNAM TRAVEL PACKAGE FROM DENMARK?
So, if you are Participating with Premium Travel Vietnam in this trip, we will provide you with the best Vietnam Highlight Tour. So, you have an opportunity to explore some of the country’s highlights such as Halong Bay, Hue, Hoi An, Ho Chi Minh and Mekong Delta. It is all about rich culture of Vietnam with friendly people, amazing sceneries, marvelous food and specific traditional customs. This trip is private and can be customized at your request.
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|Tour inclusion||Tour exclusion|
|– Private car/bus/mini van with air conditioning– Experienced driver
– English speaking guide
– Entrance ticket
– Cold water and wet tissue
|– Travel insurance– Other expenses
– Soft drinks and beverages
– Tips and gratuities
|Things to bring||Travel tip|
|-Fully charged camera; Sun cream; Climbing shoes; Caps/hats; Sun glasses; Insect spray; Shoulder covers||Vietnam is a tropical country so it is pretty cool between November to February. From March till the rest of the year, it is usually hot and humid. So the best time is in January, February, March.|
- Tour departs from either Ho Chi Minh city (Saigon) or Hanoi city in Vietnam.
- FOC for children under 5 years old
- 50% charge for children from 6 to 12 years old
- Full charge as adults for children over 12 years old
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQs)?
Q: How is Vietnam far away from Denmark?
A: This distance is comparable to 5,749 miles by air. The shortest distance between Denmark and Vietnam by air (bird flight) is 9,252 km= 5,749 miles.
Q: Is Vietnam safe to travel?
A: Even if you’re traveling alone or as a solo female traveler, Vietnam is a very safe location to backpack and travel. There are a few frequent scams, such as the motorbike scam, when vendors try to charge you for damage to their bike, or overcharge for the goods but this is a safe place to travel for most tourists.
Q: Can I get Vietnam Visa on arrival?
A: Is it possible to get a Visa on Arrival (VoA) or an E-visa for Danish visiting Vietnam? If you have a Danish passport and want to travel to Vietnam, you can apply for a visa on arrival. This 30-day visa on arrival in Vietnam is valid from the day of entry into the country.
Q: Is English widely spoken in Vietnam?
A: Although English is widely used and taught in Vietnam, it is not yet an official language. As a result, Vietnamese people will converse in Vietnamese rather than English. Only when there are foreigners in the organization is English used. However, lots of young Vietnamese people can speak English very well.
Q: Is it easy to use local transport to travel around Vietnam?
A: For foreigners in Vietnam, public transportation is a decent alternative. Many tourists choose to use local transportation because the traffic and road conditions in Vietnam differ significantly from those in their own countries. In general, getting around Vietnam is simple and easy and very affordable.
Q: Is Vietnam a poor country?
A: The World Bank has reclassified Vietnam as a lower middle-income country. 2.6 million people out of a total population of 98 million people in Vietnam live in poverty. With persistent deep pockets of poverty, poverty reduction is stalling and inequality is rising up.