Myanmar or Vietnam

Burma or Vietnam

Southeast Asian countries (Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Malaysia) are culturally very similar. Pages in category "Myanmar-Vietnam Relationships". Embark on a fascinating journey through Vietnam, Cambodia and Myanmar on land and on the river. Vietnam (SGN). The project aims to improve farmers' incomes and livelihoods by developing sustainable and inclusive vegetable value chains in Vietnam and Myanmar.

Best of Myanmar & Vietnam Tour - 14 Day

After your arrive at Noi Bai Internacional Airports, welcome by our experienced tourist guides and pick you up at your accommodation. A full-length sightseeing trip begins with a trip to the Ho Chi Minh compound with the one-column pit, the former stilted mausoleum. Drive to West Lake and see Tran Quoc Lagoon, the city's oldest lagoon, built under Emperor Ly Nam De in the 6th century. Then on to Quan Thanh Temple, one of the four sacred temples of the town.

We continue to the tranquil temple of literature - Vietnam's first ever college. The lunch is taken in a typical Viet Nam restaurants. You will visit the Ethnological Centre in the afternoons, which concentrates on the 54 official ethnical groups of Vietnam, regarded as the best contemporary ethnographic centre in Vietnam and a touristic centre in Hanoi.

Return to the town centre, head to Ngoc Son Memorial and take a one-hour cycling trip through the old town to see the show of the puppet show before the end of the free time. Accommodation in Hanoi. Accommodation on a jibboat in Halong Bay. Wake up and have your breakfasts on board.

Grab your chance to see Luonave and come back to the river. Before disembarkation we will meet you at the jetty after lunch and take you back to Hanoi. On the way, you' ll be able to see the ceramics and potters town of Dong Trieu. Then to the airfield for a 7 pm to 9 pm airplane ride to Ho Chi Minh town.

Collection on your return and transportation to your chosen hotels. Accommodation in Ho Chi Minh town. In the mornings the tourist guides will meet you at your accommodation and today you will be visiting all the interesting sights in Ho Chi Minh town. The first stop is the catholic cathedral of Notre Dame and a brief stop at the French post office in the vicinity, and then we continue to the reunification palace, the former presidential palace ruled by the US administration of the Republic of Vietnam.

Sightseeing of the museum and subsequent tour of the War Remnants Museum, which contains mainly works from the US War. After lunch we head to Cu Chi County, 50 km northwest of Ho Chi Minh town, the Cu Chi Tunnel is a huge net of subterranean tunnel that is part of a much wider net of underlays.

During the Vietnam War, the Cu-Chi Tunnel was the scene of several armed conflicts and in 1968 was the National Front for the liberation of South Vietnam's operational bases for the Tet offensive. On a tour through the area you will be brought back to Ho Chi Minh town.

The five hours long freshwater tour will take you through Vietnam's most prolific farming area, producing 38% of the country's total diet. Arrival in La Residence de Phu A residence where you will be greeted and catered for. Then you will go along a small channel to an air-conditioned car that will take you back to Ho Chi Minh City.

You will be free until departure after your morning meal at the lodge and transferred to the international airports to continue your journey to Yangon. On your Arrive at Yangon International Airports. Welcoming by our native guides and transfers to your hotels. Yangon begins in the afternoons with the over 2000 year old Sule Pagoda, Mahabandoola Park with its Independence Monument and a stroll through the city centre.

Then, head to the Mawtin Jetty and take a rickshaw for a brief excursion along the Yangon River. Accommodation in Yangon. Reception at the motel. On the early bird's eye view of Bagan, where you will be spending the whole afternoon studying the architectonic treasures of this astonishing antique city, a vibrant treasury of Buddhist architecture.

Excursions begin with a tour of Nyaung U Markt - a traditional regional fair; followed by visiting the most striking Pagoda like the Shwezigon Pagoda - the most sacred, preserved with Buddha teeth and fur; the Htilominlo Tempel - the biggest of Bagan, Ananda Tempel - King Kyansittha's work of art and the coronation of the early architectural Thatbyinnyu Tempel - the highest edifice in the Bagan Plains.

Accommodation in Bagan. Earlier in the morning we will have our breakfasts at the mountain hotels, travel to Mount Popa and see the large volcan. The lonely rock of Mt. Popa is home to the most mighty "nats" of Myanmar. The Nat Museum with its life-size 37 Nat gods. Accommodation in Bagan.

Transfers to the Mandalay International Airports after breakfasts. Arrival at Mandalay International Aerodrome. Attend the traditionally hand-woven teakwood poles factory. Visiting Silversmith & Kaunghmudaw Pagoda. Accommodation in Mandalay. Transfers to the international airports for the internal flights to Heho after having finished your morning meal. Arrival at Heho International Heho International Airports, travel to Nyaung Shwe. Accommodation in Inle Lake.

Reception at the motel. Boating on the Inle Sea will include the attractions of the renowned Beinruderer, the characteristic floating garden, traditional fishery techniques, rural living and beautiful landscapes. One of the regional fairs in the Inle Sea area. Then take a trip by ferry to the western shore of Lac Inle to the start of a stairway that leads to the secret and unfamiliar Inn Dein Pagoda Group.

Back to the guesthouse . Savour the sundown at the motel. Accommodation in Inle Lake. Transfers to the Yangon International Airfield for the plane back to Yangon after having arrived. After your arrive you will see our tourist guides and begin a full-time Yangon sight-seeing itinerary. Travel the 2 hour drive through the countryside on the CCTV and stop at a number of train stops for smoke vendors, soothsayers, and and and and... then resume your visit to Yangon: the magnificent National Museum, which includes the gem-set King Insignias and the Lion Chrono of King Mindon and King Thibaw, the last royalty of the Kingdom of Myanmar.

Accommodation in Yangon. You can shop at your own pace after having your breakfasts at the airport until the shuttle to Yangon International Airport for your depart.

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