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Highlights of Vietnam (12 Days) with Cambodia extension (5 Days): November 2017 - 1 PLACE AVAILABLE DUE LAST MINUTE CANCELLATION

Price A$2,993


Siem ReapHanoiHalong BayHoi AnCu Chi Ho Chi Minh City


12 days 11 nights
Tour Details

Vietnam 11 November 2017 - 22 November 2017: A$2,993 plus airfares

Cambodia extension 22 November 2017 - 26  November 2017: A$1,299 plus airfares

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Vietnam is a country of outstanding natural beauty, wonderful food and welcoming and warm people. The larger towns and cities retain much of their colonial charm and beauty in the architecture, parks and boulevards left as a cultural legacy by the French. 

We start our adventure in Saigon or Ho Chi Minh City as it’s officially known. Saigon is a fast paced modern city although
it still boasts many historic sites and is our base from which to explore the Cu Chi Tunnels and Mekong Delta. Once again we have free time and a street eats tour. 

From Ho Chi Minh we journey to the UNESCO heritage listed Hoi An. This quaint riverside town is truly a step back in time with much of the old quarter (where our hotel is located) untouched for over a century. In Hoi An we’ve included a half day walking city tour along with a cooking class. If you want to have some clothes tailor made then Hoi An is the place. We’ve built in plenty of free time in Hoi An to soak up the atmosphere at local cafes, explore the markets, sample some street food or simply relax by the pool at your hotel.

Following a relaxing few days in Hoi An we fly to Hanoi, the capital of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam and often referred to as the “Paris of the Orient”. You’ll soon see why when you step out of our hotel located right in the heart of the Old Quarter. You’ll probably even hear some of the older Vietnamese still speaking French. While in Hanoi we enjoy a full day city tour followed by a Street Eats Tour where we can taste from the myriad of sizzling woks and bubbling pots.

From Hanoi we head to iconic Halong Bay where we cruise the jade waters and spend a night on-board our private junk boat. There will be plenty of time for a swim and even sea kayaking. You’ll have your own cabin of course.

From Halong Bay we journey back to Hanoi. All up there is a fabulous 12 days of amazing sights, wonderful food and new friends on offer. Will you join us?

This tour will be escorted by a Two’s a Crowd Tour Host from Australia and we’ll also have a Vietnamese guide throughout.

Immerse yourself in South East Asia’s charm a little longer...you won’t regret it! 

Then why not stay for our 5 day Cambodia extension. Call it a “sampler” of the incredible things Cambodia has to offer. Includes iconic Angkor Wat. We’re sure at the end of this mini-tour, you’ll be back. 



Day 16: Depart Siem Reap

At leisure, until you are transferred to the airport for your flight home or onto further adventures.

Meals : Breakfast
Day 15: Half Day Community Village Tour - Dinner Dance Show

After breakfast we drive to a small village, about 40 kilometers outside of Siem Reap.

Along the way we stop at the headquarters of a local non-profit organisation that employs village women in the traditional craft of mat weaving. The mats are then sold  to provide an income for the women and their families.

You’ll stop just outside the village and hop aboard an ox cart for a fun ride through the fields. Then take a guided walking tour where you have the opportunity to check out traditional village life and enjoy a simple Khmer lunch. Funds from your tour go directly to the local community. On the way back to Siem Reap, we stop at a Buddhist temple to receive a blessing from the monks.

Tonight is our last night together and what better way to celebrate our journey by enjoying a traditional Apsara dance show in Siem Reap. Dancers, singers and musicians bring ancient Khmer culture to life in spectacular surroundings while serving the Cambodian cuisine. The souvenir booklet provides guidance through every delicate hand gesture and the story behind the dances.

Accommodation: Steung Siem Reap Hotel. Deluxe room with ensuite.

Meals : Breakfast, Dinner
Day 14: Siem Reap - Full Day Angkor Thom - Angkor Wat

After breakfast, we drive to the South Gate of Angkor Thom to begin our exploration of the centerpiece of this ancient city, the Bayon. The Bayon encloses 54 towers decorated with more than 200 enigmatic, smiling stone faces. The morning tour also visits the Royal Enclosure, Phimeanakas, the Terrace of Elephants and Terrace of Leper Kings, as well as the famous Ta Prohm Temple.

Afterwards, enjoy a relaxed lunch in Siem Reap before heading to the famous Angkor Wat-best preserved of all the Angkor temples. We explore this huge architectural wonder at leisure before visiting either Phnom Bakheng or Pre Rup temple to watch the sunset.

Accommodation: Steung Siem Reap Hotel. Deluxe room with ensuite.

Meals : Breakfast, Lunch
Day 13: Siem Reap - Half Day Cooking Class

This half day tour brings you to one Siem Reap’s best-known cooking schools, for a hands-on culinary extravaganza. Begin the class with a short trip to a nearby market, where vendors sell fragrant herbs, spices and exotic vegetables. After purchasing your ingredients you head to the cooking class where an expert chef will explain the basics of Khmer cuisine. After a few hours of whipping up dishes like spring rolls and traditional Khmer amok, sit down to sample your creations over lunch.

Balance of day at leisure.

Accommodation: Steung Siem Reap Hotel. Deluxe room with ensuite.

Meals : Breakfast, Lunch
Day 12: Arrive in Siem Reap

On arrival from Ho Chi Minh we’ll be met by our guide and transferred from the airport to your hotel. Rest of the day at leisure. Welcome drink at the hotel and tour briefing.

Accommodation: Steung Siem Reap Hotel. Deluxe room with ensuite.

Day 12: Hanoi

After breakfast you will be transferred from the hotel to the airport for your journey home or onward flight to Cambodia. Alternatively, you can stay on in Vietnam for a few extra days – ask the Two’s a Crowd team for more information and pricing.

Meals : Breakfast
Day 11: Halong Bay – Hanoi

Wake up refreshed from a good night’s sleep as the boat motors towards Surprise Cave, the biggest in Halong Bay. Board the tender for a short trip to the cave and be amazed - the entry to the cave is deceptively narrow but once through, the cave opens up to a large chamber with impressive limestone formations. Then it’s back to the boat and cruise to Halong Port arriving around noon, where we’ll return to Hanoi and overnight there.

Tonight we’ll have our farewell dinner at the Gourmet Corner Restaurant located atop the Elegance Diamond Hotel Hanoi with stunning views over the city and Hoan Kiem Lake. Enjoy a selected menu of Vietnamese cuisine prepared by a 5 Star chef. Tasty!

Note: The above itinerary may change with or without prior notice due to prevailing weather conditions.

Accommodation: Hong Ngoc Dynastie Hotel. Standard room with ensuite.

Meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 10: Hanoi – Halong Bay

Leave the pace of the city behind as you travel by private coach for about four hours to Halong Bay. Hop aboard a small tender boat to arrive at Bai Tho Junk, a beautifully restored traditional wooden junk and explore the jade green waters of Halong Bay over lunch.

This afternoon the tender will take us to a part of the bay where the water is perfect for  kayaking around the limestone karsts. We’ll return back to Bai Tho just in time to watch the sunset from the top deck before enjoying a seafood dinner on board.

Accommodation: Bai Tho Junk Boat. Your own cabin with ensuite.

Meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 9: Cyclo tour - Evening Street Food Tour

We begin the morning with a visit to the Ho Chi Minh mausoleum. Here, you will hear about the man who led Vietnam’s campaign for independence from French colonial rule. After dedicating his life to the liberation of his country from foreign rule, Ho Chi Minh died in 1969 and his body was preserved for posterity.

Every October the mausoleum is closed for a month and Uncle Ho is given a bit of a spruce up. You’ll also hear about the legend of the one pillar pagoda built by an emperor to honour the goddess of mercy. This small pagoda is built over a pretty lotus pond and is rumoured to have healing powers.

Next, visit the Imperial Citadel of Thang Long, the apex of regional political power for more than a millennium where research and excavation is still underway, and then head to another 11th century relic, the Temple of Literature, which was built in homage to the Chinese scholar Confucius. After lunch, transfer to visit Quan Thanh temple and Westlake followed by a 1 hour cyclo ride around the Old Quarter.

Street Eats tour

Tonight our guide will take us on a culinary adventure, sampling street food in the Old Quarter. It’s a great opportunity to try all those weird and wonderful foods you see but just aren’t sure what they are. We start our Hanoi Street Eats tour at Bia Hoi corner and try the local brew, ‘Bia Hoi,’ an extra-carbonated draft beer that traces its roots to Eastern Europe. Do as the locals do and pull up a stool and enjoy a drink while watching the world go by.

Continue through the old quarter’s narrow streets as our guide points out a range of tasty noodles, breads and snacks. At night the sidewalks are packed with locals perched on stools, amongst sizzling woks and bubbling pots. These small pop up restaurants are a nightly feature that all but disappear during the day. Highlights may include Banh Cuon, rice rolls that include beef and fresh herbs, or Banh My, Vietnam’s famous baguette sandwich. But the best has to be the flame grilled Vietnamese barbecue of beef, chicken, tofu and vegetables on skewers. End the night with dessert from Hanoi’s best-known ice-cream parlour. Yum!

Please note: In case of rain, the itinerary may include a visit to a covered noodle stall.

Accommodation: Hong Ngoc Dynastie Hotel. Standard room with ensuite.

Meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 8: Hoi An - flight to Hanoi

Transfer to the airport in Danang for our flight to Hanoi. Tonight we’ll enjoy dinner in the Old Quarter.

Accommodation: Hong Ngoc Dynastie (Old Quarter). Standard room with ensuite.

Meals : Breakfast, Dinner
Day 7: Hoi An - Free Day

Free day at leisure. Our guide will have many suggestions for us. Plenty of time to visit a local tailor, explore the Hoi An markets, sample the incredible street food or take a cyclo ride through the ancient streets. Another option is to grab a lounge by the pool and chill out.

Accommodation: Hoi An Hotel (old town). Superior room with ensuite.

Meals : Breakfast
Day 6: Hoi An - Half day Red Bridge Cooking Class

Taste the regional specialties of Hoi An and learn how they are made with a cooking class at the Red Bridge Cooking School. We start our culinary adventure with a visit to the market with a local chef who will explain all the different herbs and vegetables. Once our purchases have been made, hop aboard a boat and head to the cooking school for a hands-on lesson.

With your apron on, get set to roll rice paper into spring rolls, make a claypot and slice and dice to create the beautiful garnishes that decorate the food.

On completion enjoy a delicious lunch, including what we have just prepared.

Accommodation: Hoi An Hotel (old town). Superior room with ensuite.

Meals : Breakfast, Lunch
Day 5: Hoi An - Half Day tour

From the 16th to 18th centuries, Hoi An was a thriving international commercial port for Chinese, Dutch, French, Japanese, Portuguese and Arab merchants. Today, Hoi An is a quaint riverside town, renowned for its silk and popular with tourists for its eclectic architecture, tailor shops and numerous cafes. Some of the buildings in the narrow streets have remained unchanged for more than a century and much of the town is now UNESCO heritage-listed. You will truly feel as though you’ve stepped back in time.

In the morning, enjoy a half day walking tour through the narrow winding streets of the Ancient Quarter visiting Chua Ong Pagoda, Assembly Hall, 200-year-old Tam Ky house and the Japanese Covered Bridge. Balance of day at leisure.

Accommodation: Hoi An Hotel (old town). Superior room with ensuite.

Meals : Breakfast
Day 4: Ho Chi Minh to Hoi An

After breakfast you will be transferred from the hotel to the airport for your flight to Danang and transfer to Hoi An. Afternoon at leisure. Dinner tonight is at the Hai Cafe in the Old Town.

Meals : Breakfast, Dinner
Day 3: Ho Chi Minh City – Cu Chi Tunnels – Street Eats Tour

Begin our journey to the Cu Chi Tunnels by departing at around 8am from our hotel and travel through the countryside which was once a stronghold of the Viet Cong. Upon arrival, watch a short video about what life was like for soldiers who lived there during the war.

The cramped tunnels were central to many of the war’s strategic operations, including the famous 1968 Tet Offensive, and they didn’t escape damage. American B52 bombers dropped hundreds of bombs leaving huge tell-tale craters behind. The tunnels served not only as living quarters, but as supply routes and hospitals for thousands of guerilla fighters. Many died there from malaria and other diseases, and a few were also born or married. Today they are viewed as a testiment to the Vietnamese people’s resilience. An incredible place.

Return to Ho Chi Minh City around 2pm. The afternoon is then free to enjoy as you wish.

This evening get set for a culinary adventure in downtown Saigon, away from the tourist areas and into the heart of the city, where the locals eat. These small pop up restaurants are a nightly feature that all but disappear during the day. It’s a great opportunity to try all those weird and wonderful foods you see but just aren’t sure what they are. Pull up a stool and taste a selection of different types of Vietnamese favourites from tasty banh mi baguettes, noodle dishes and flamed grilled barbecue skewers, maybe even rice paper pizza!

End the night with dessert from one of Saigon’s best little places for sweet soup. This is a fun night out where you will discover the people and the culture of Vietnam through its food!

Accommodation: Roseland Point Hotel. Deluxe room with ensuite.

Meals : Breakfast
Day 2: Ho Chi Minh City - Full day Mekong Delta

The Mekong Delta is the southernmost region of Vietnam. It is often referred to as the rice bowl of Vietnam as it produces three harvests per year. The fertile Mekong Delta is also famous for its tropical fruit and flowers. The Delta area marks the end of a 4,500km journey made by the Mekong River after having traveled through six countries. Traditional transportation in the Delta is by boat along a vast network of canals and channels. Boating along these canals and visiting the floating markets always proves to be a fascinating and rewarding experience for all visitors.

The tour starts with a drive through the Mekong Delta to Cai Be floating market; from here we’ll board our river boat for a cruise along the endless waterways of the mighty Mekong.

We will visit a Bonsai Garden and the handicraft village to see how bricks and pottery items are made. The visit also allows you to discover how candy and pop rice are made. One of your stops will be to a small restaurant serving local delicacies. We’ll then return to Vinh Long town where we are transferred to Ho Chi Minh City at 5.30pm. Evening at leisure.

Accommodation: Roseland Point Hotel. Deluxe room with ensuite.

Meals : Breakfast, Lunch
Day 1: Arrive Ho Chi Minh City

On arrival at Ho Chi Minh City airport you'll be transferred to your hotel. Balance of day at leisure until our group meets at around 6pm in the hotel where you'll meet your Two's a Crowd Tour Host and local guide for a tour briefing followed by welcome dinner. 

Accommodation: Roseland Point Hotel. Deluxe room with ensuite.

Meals : Dinner

A great bunch of people and I can't believe how we all had such a fabulous rapport filled with much humour! This also carried over to the new additions to our trip who we connected with in Vietnam.Gillian was absolutely gorgeous & a real asset to your company. She ensured that everyone was safe & happy in what they all chose to do if they didn't wish to keep to the scheduled activities.Buffalo Tours should also be commended in their choice of guides as Lakhi in Vietnam was a gem, as was Sankha in Cambodia, both very caring, knowledgeable & efficient, not to mention a great sense of humour. Lakhi also managed to retrieve my Hermes perfume that I had purchased duty free in Sydney, which I left in the Hotel in Ho Chi Minh. He had it delivered to my hotel in Hanoi! I had only sprayed it twice ... so I was very very happy!I actually got sick in Hoi An and spent a day/night in my room, couldn't get my head off the pillow. I think just heat & perhaps something I ate. Lakhi & Gillian made sure I had plenty of water, dry biscuits & lemonade so that I could make the cycle tour & get better quick ... I did! Would love to travel again with Twos a Crowd.

Louise, Sydney

It was a wonderful experience visiting Cambodia and Vietnam and gave me a better understanding of these countries. I had a great time with new friends, we had a good bunch and Leonie was the perfect host.

Eric, Queensland

A memorable trip of a lifetime, a wish fulfilled.  A fascinating cultural country steeped in history which I found totally enthralling. Two’s a Crowd service was smooth and seamless

Pam, Melbourne

Being my first tour and a senior member, I admit I was apprehensive but I need not have worried. It was great and I was very well looked after.  Can’t wait to go to Kenya with Two’s a Crowd.

Maureen, Melbourne

Ken was very professional and sincere in dealing with our group and he and the tour guides,  looked after the needs of every individual. Overall I really enjoyed my holiday with a great tour Director and a nice group of solo travellers.

Anne, Melbourne

I have had the opportunity to experience things I would never had done by myself.  Solo travellers is a fantastic concept and use of social media has been a great way to share and keep in touch with friends and family

Judi, Adelaide

I had just the best time! Thank you so much for putting the whole trip together for me and my thanks to Frances as well for sorting out the inevitable queries that popped up along the way. I'm glad I didn't rush in and go on the earlier trip because the group I went with were terrific travelling companions and I can't say enough about Lauryn—she was just superb! I've heard other people who'd been on group tours say that their experience had been spoiled a bit by the tour leader's not being involved enough, or being too intrusive, but Lauryn has that innate ability to be "just right". At all times she was available if needed and even suggested activities that we could do with her on our free time, purely voluntary of course, up to the individual, but it's there if you want. As I said to one of the others, with her amazing personality she made us all feel as though we'd known her forever and that we were one big happy family on the road trip of a lifetime. She also possesses that quiet determination to ensure all is well, nothing particularly noticeable, but you know it's there and that she's on top of things, and when you're far from home that's very comforting.

Vietnam was a real eye-opener for me in many ways—the cities the traffic the countryside the food the lovely people the history and it was all made so interesting by Loc our guide. Good English, an engaging personality, a thorough knowledge of the history of his country and an obvious pride in the way Vietnam had recovered from the latest of its many tragic wars, his constant good humour, and his attention to the safety and wellbeing of us all made him the perfect guide. I'm very thankful you recommended airport transfers at the beginning and end of my stay. What a stress saver! Our hotels were located in interesting parts of the cities we stayed in and were very comfortable and the buses we used were all clean and comfortable as well. No problems with any of the drivers although I was happy to leave the driving to them with some of the chaotic traffic around us! My thanks to you again for guiding me through the many pitfalls I would have encountered otherwise. You made the whole exercise considerably less daunting. I wish you  all the best for what life may bring you. Cheers for now.

Don, Brisbane

I was a first time solo traveller and Vietnam/Cambodia was perfect for me to put a toe in the water. I felt completely at ease from start to finish. Everything was so smooth and I loved having my own room. I'll be back!. Many thanks.

Rob, Essendon

It was very refreshing not to have to organise anything. I had a wonderful time. I've included a few suggestions at the bottom of the email, these are just small things and are far outweighed by the positives of the trip. I couldn't begin to list all of the positives! Lauryn (Tour Host) and Loc (Guide) were excellent and it was a great bunch of travellers. Both of the cyclo rides were highlights for me as was Halong Bay and so many other experiences.

Janet, Melbourne


Hong Ngoc Dynastie, Hanoi: This 3.5 star hotel is located right in the heart of the Old Quarter. Its prominent location on one of the 36 famous old streets – ‘Hang Manh’ (used to make and sell bamboo curtains),  makes it the preferred hotel of choice for many. Hong Ngoc Dynastie is conveniently located near the bustling Hang Bong and Hang Dao Streets, famous for their myriad of shopping and entertainment complexes and in close proximity to the largest night market and Hoan Kiem Lake.  Otherwise, invigorate your body, mind and soul with our indoor facilities including a business center, a fitness and spa center, steam and sauna room.

Bai Tho Junk Boat, Halong Bay: Bai Tho Junks is a traditional wooden cruise featuring comfortable non-smoking rooms with private bathroom. Fitted with wooden floors and walls, rooms are air conditioned with an en suite bathroom equipped with hot/cold shower, slippers and free toiletries. Every room enjoys views of Halong Bay. Guests can enjoy a massage (fees apply), fishing or simply relaxing on the large sun deck. The on board restaurant serves tasty Vietnamese and international dishes and a range of drinks are offered at the bar.

Hoi An Historic Hotel: Established in 1991, the Hoi An Historic Hotel is a 4-star  hotel admired for its location, charm, and world-class facilities. Guests can access stunning Cua Dai beach, 4km east, by hopping on a shuttle bus that runs every fifteen minutes. It is also a few steps to the Old Town with its old world charm, amazing shopping and myriad of eating options. 

The hotel provides 150 international-standard rooms and suites in low rise blocks spaced throughout lush, shady grounds. The rooms include air-conditioning, LCD TV, bathroom with tub and shower and in-room safety box.  The four-star hotel also offers use of a vast, outdoor pool with poolside recliners, jacuzzi, tennis courts, souvenir shop and art gallery.

Liberty Hotel Saigon Greenview, Ho Chi Minh City:

Located just 600 metres from the bustling Ben Thanh Market, the Liberty Greenview is an excellent 3 star hotel located right in the heart of Saigon. All rooms have private ensuite and the restaurant is located on the first floor. The hotel also offers free WIFI.


Steung Siem Reap Hotel (3 star): Located in the French Quarter; Psah Chas (Old Market) retaining her true colonial French characteristics, wooden louvre french-windows, doors and wooden floors complete with wrought iron balconies. The interiors whilst youthfully modern, bright airy and cheerful retain some semblance of her 1930's art-decor characteristics with a hint Khmer flavour. Walking distance to everything! 


The North of Vietnam is generally cooler than other South East Asian regions in the same longitude. It experiences two main distinct seasons. In winter months, the weather gets colder and colder from November to March and considerably warmer in April (a leap into summer).  This is also time to observe much cloud and frequent drizzle. In the summer (from May to October), the whole region is quite hot. The Central Vietnam with two sub-regions, coastal lowlands and central highlands, can be seen as an in-between climatic area of the North and the South. The coastal strip is usually dry and hotter than the rest in the summer, as the Truong Son Mountains do not allow it to enjoy most rainfall of south-western monsoon (from April to October). Unprotected coasts in their turn, however, make it wet and colder than the rest in winter-monsoon season (from November to March). Also, storms and typhoons strike this area more frequently than the northern coasts in summer months (from July to November). The South of Vietnam, merely 8 degrees north of the Equator, is typical of humid tropical climate which is excellent for growing rice. The region’s temperatures experience little variations in a year (around 27-32°C/80-90°F). There are two main seasons: the rainy and the dry. During the rainy/monsoon season (from May to November), downpours are expected to happen nearly every afternoon, resulting in occasional street flooding in and around Saigon. In the dry season, it is hot from late February to April then slightly cooler when first downpours come. Ho Chi Minh city (Saigon) enjoys rather equitable tropical climate with high humidity all year round. December to March is said to be the most pleasant time to hit this region’s center.


Vietnam’s currency is dong issued by State Bank of Vietnam. Abbreviated form: “VND” before the amount or “d” after the amount. Small denominations include VND 200; 500; 1000; 2000; 5000 in both coin and paper notes though coin is more popular. Bigger denominations include VND 10,000; 20,000; 50,000; 100,000; 200,000; 500,000 in both polymer and normal paper notes.

Generally, all major currencies can be converted into dong without any hassle but American dollar is normally much more preferred. It is wise to cash your traveler cheques into US dollar in Vietcombank or other major local banks before jumping into anywhere. You may be charged 0.5 to 2% commission for this, still much lower than in black market.
Also, it is important to make sure that any note you take do not have any tear or look too worn, as it is possible to pass them to no one again.
It is strongly recommended that you do not equip yourself with lots of cash, neither dollar nor dong. In Vietnam now, it is much easier for you to access your money almost everywhere and any time in Hanoi, Saigon or other major cities through an extensive ATM network. It is, therefore, important to check whether your credit card company has any ATM access in Vietnam in advance.


In Vietnam the standard voltage is 220 V. The standard frequency is 50 Hz. The power sockets that are used are of type A (Japan) / C (Europe)  and  G (UK)


Visas on arrival are available at both Vietnam and Cambodia international airports. Two's a Crowd can provide more information on the process and required documentation and costs.


Let us handle your travel arrangements

Two's a Crowd is a full service travel business. We are happy to provide very competitive quotes on all international airfares from your nearest capital city. 

Tour inclusions:


  • Accommodation at above selected hotels (or similar) in your own room with daily breakfast
  • All transfers as mentioned by air-conditioned vehicle
  • Sole use cabin on board Bai Tho Junk – chartered exclusively by Two’s a Crowd
  • All airport transfers with English speaking guide
  • All meals: 11 x breakfasts, 5 x lunches and 5 x dinners as mentioned in the program
  • All entrance fees, as per itinerary
  • English speaking tour guide throughout
  • Two’s a Crowd Tour Host from Australia
  • All domestic Vietnam flight tickets: Saigon–Danang – Hanoi (economy class), including taxes
  • Gratuities & tips
  • Comprehensive Travel Insurance underwritten by CHI Travel Insurance (part of Allianz). Additional premium may be payable if over 60 years, have an existing medical condition or wish to extend your travelling dates. Refer to CHI PDS for more information on policy terms and conditions
  • Vietnam Visa Approval Letter is arranged through TAC Staff and included in the tour price (stamping fee is payable upon first arrival into Vietnam)


  • Accommodation at above selected hotel (or similar) in single room with daily breakfast
  • All transfers as mentioned by air-conditioned vehicle
  • All airport transfers with English speaking guide
  • Meals as per itinerary: 4 x breakfasts, 2 x lunches and 1 x dinner
  • All entrance fees as detailed in itinerary.
  • English speaking guide throughout
  • Flight from Hanoi – Siem Reap (economy class). 1-way including taxes.
  • Tips and gratuities
  • Comprehensive Travel Insurance underwritten by CHI Travel Insurance (part of Allianz). Additional premium may be payable if over 60 years, have an existing medical condition or wish to extend your travelling dates. Refer to CHI PDS for more information on policy terms and conditions

Tour exclusions:


  • International flights (the friendly Two’s a Crowd staff can assist with quotes and airfare bookings)
  • Visas (Two’s a Crowd can advise on visas). Vietnam Visa Stamping Fee (payable upon arrival at your first Vietnam Airport) is not included in the tour price
  • Services and meals if not mentioned in itinerary
  • All drinks, including water, soft drink and alcohol on all included or optional excursions
  • Laundry, telephone calls and expenditure of a personal nature


  • Visas: Obtain your entry Visa for Cambodia upon arrival into Siem Reap Airport
  • Services and meals if not mentioned in itinerary
  • All drinks, including water, soft drink and alcohol on all included or optional excursion
  • Laundry, telephone calls and expenditure of a personal nature

Prices are correct as at 27 January 2017 and are subject to change until paid in full. 

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