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Southeast Asia Great Package 13 Days

Vietnam - Laos - Cambodia - Thailand

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  • Tour type:
    Private tour
  • Duration:
    13 days - 12 nights
  • Group size:
    2 pax
  • Country:
    Vietnam - Laos - Cambodia
  • Start city:
    Ho Chi Minh
  • End city:
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The Southeast Asia Great Package 13 Days - 12 Nights will take you to enjoy a circle of top Destinations of four countries.

  • Explore the top attractions of Vietnam: Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi City, Halong Bay, Hoi An Town
  • Laos: Experience the charming and peaceful Luang Prabang
  • Cambodia: Learning the World’s history by exploring super wonder Angkor Wat temples
  • Thailand: Visit the most beautiful Capital, Bangkok City, and its surroundings.
  • All are linked by international flights
Cities: Ho Chi Minh - Cu Chi Tunnels - Hoi An - Hanoi - Halong Bay - Luang Prabang - Mekong Delta - Siem Reap
Departure: Daily
Suitable: Seniors, Couples

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  • Upon your arrival at Ho Chi Minh – Tan Son Nhat International Airport, you will be warmly welcomed by your guide and driver.
  • The journey from the airport to your hotel will take approximately 30 minutes and is an entertaining experience full of chaotic traffic, hectic architecture, and overloaded motorbikes.


 Overnight at the hotel in HCM City


  • Despite the well-documented hustle and bustle, Ho Chi Minh City, former Saigon retains its connections with the past. Embark on a city tour to admire Saigon’s historic landmarks including the Notre Dame Cathedral, and Central Post Office (designed by the French architect, Gustav Eiffel), the former Presidential Palace, and Saigon Government during the American War, War Remnants Museum...
  • Enjoy about two hours of drive northwest of Saigon, through urbanized areas and typical lush southern Vietnamese countryside, to the famous Cu Chi tunnels. The tunnel complex was initially started in 1948 to protect the Viet Cong guerrillas from the French air and ground sweeps.
  • Return to Saigon to take the flight to Danang. Upon arrival, meet with your guide and transfer to your hotel for check-in. with 45 minutes by car transfer.


 Overnight in Hoi An Town

 Breakfast, Lunch

  • This morning, save your stomach for a street food tour. Meet with your culinary expert, Neville Dean, and visit a local market in Hoi An to enjoy the tantalizing sights, smells, and flavors of local produce. Then walk through zigzagging alleys to savor real street food as the local people do. 
  • This afternoon, start cycling along the Thu Bon River where you have a chance to take photographs of many fishing boats and small houses. Continue biking through Thuan Tinh Ecological Village and take the opportunity to see areca-nut gardens, family shrines, and local villagers going about daily life.
  • Continue cycling along quiet inland trails, past water-coconut palm trees, fishing farms, and rice paddies to reach Cua Dai Beach. On your return to Hoi An town, you may wish to stop by Tra Que village where many farmers cultivate herbs and vegetables. 


 Overnight at the hotel

 Breakfast, Lunch

  • You will be transferred to the airport to take the flight to Hanoi. Upon arrival, meet with your guide and transfer to your hotel for check-in.
  • Enjoy an hour cyclo tour through the Old Quarter to enjoy the bustling local life.
  • Today you will have a chance to dine with a local Chef at a small alley communal house located among local residences, the Chef will join dinner and chat with you about Hanoi cuisine after leading you through the local food market in the late afternoon and see the daily life of local people in the Capital.


 Overnight at the hotel in Hanoi

 Breakfast, Dinner

  • With ochre-colored colonial buildings, tree-lined boulevards, and scenic lakes, Hanoi is full of charm. Start the tour at the historic Ho Chi Minh mausoleum, an imposing monument lavishly built using marble and granite, where the preserved body of “Uncle Ho” resides. 
  • The simple house where Ho Chi Minh lived and worked is made of wood and enjoyed a tranquil setting, with a view of a lotus pond. Ho Chi Minh’s belongings are on display and you can walk up the steps of his house to see his bedroom.
  • A short walk from the mausoleum is the lotus-shaped One Pillar Pagoda – resting on a single stone pillar emerging from the water.
  • Wind your way afterward to the Temple of Literature, the first University for the sons of mandarins, for an overview of Hanoian culture and an appreciation for ancient Vietnamese architecture.
  • We’ll stretch out the walk, even peek into the infamous ''Hanoi Hilton'' Hoa Lo Prison (wartime museum), and then let loose on simply outstanding local cuisine. Lunch is a treat of local specialties vermicelli noodles with tender grilled pork, broth and herbs, fresh garlic, and chilies.
  • Late afternoon is open, though we have several suggestions such as an art gallery stroll in the cathedral district, shopping, spa, or a nap. There is plenty of food still to find in the capital.


 Overnight at the hotel

 Breakfast, Lunch

  • In the morning, you will be picked up from your hotel and transferred to Halong Bay, a comfortable 2.5-hour trip on the 5B highway.
  • Embark cruise, having lunch on board, ready to discover the Nature Wonder.
  • Explore Sung Sot Cave, where you can explore its beauty.
  • Swimming at Titop Island or conquer the Peak with panorama views.
  • A sunset party on the sundeck would be served, where you can enjoy some refreshing drinks and tasty bites while taking in the breathtaking view.


 Overnight at the Cruise

 Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

  • Greeting the dawn of the sea on the sundeck, exercise Tai Chi in the fresh air of Halong Bay.
  • Visit Halong Bay Pearl farm and kayak around Drum Cave, Ba Hang fishing village, Dog Islet, and more.
  • Having brunch on board and disembarking to the wharf to return to Hanoi.
  • You will be transferred to the airport to take the flight to Luang Prabang. Upon arrival, meet up with your guide and transfer to your hotel.


 Overnight at the hotel

 Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

  • Meet with your guide at the hotel and start a relaxing hike around the ancient town of Luang Prabang. Enjoy a leisurely walk to the magnificent stupa of Wat Visoun and continue to Wat That Luang (monastery of the big stupas) and Wat Mai, the oldest pagoda.
  •  Continue to Wat Xiengthong with its classic Laos’ style roofs, which are a magnificent sight to behold. Enjoy a short climb to the top of Mount Phousi, located in the center of town, and admire the wonderful view from the top of the town across the Mekong and Khan rivers as well as the surrounding mountains.
  • Depart for one one-hour drive south to one of Luang Prabang’s most picturesque sights, the Kuang Si waterfall. Stop en route at Phosy market where you can observe the locals trading in fresh produce.
  • Enjoy a picnic lunch in the tranquil surroundings of the park before you transfer back to your hotel by private vehicle. It is recommended to wear proper walking attire if trekking to the top of the waterfall.
  • Baci ceremonies are an integral part of Lao culture. Held to celebrate a special event, marriage, a homecoming, or a departure, it is based on an ancient belief that the human being is a union of 32 organs and the “Kwan” (or soul) watches over each of them.
  • The Baci ceremony re-aligns the kwan and the body. A village elder will wrap a white cotton thread around your wrist while chanting an invocation to strengthen the power of the blessing. 
  • Enjoy the authentic experience in a unique setting and feel refreshed and enlightened by taking part in this ancient practice.


 Overnight at the hotel

 Breakfast, Lunch

  • You have the option to wake up before dawn to witness and participate in offering alms to hundreds of saffron-robed monks – an awe-inspiring sight. Please tell your guide a day in advance if you wish to make an offering so he/she can prepare some food for you to hand over to the monks.
  • This early morning ritual dates back generations in Laos. Watch the town come to life in the morning then return to the hotel for breakfast.
  • Transfer to the boat pier where you will embark on a long tail boat for a 2-hour journey upstream on the Mekong River. Observe the rugged limestone formations along the banks of the river, as well as the abundance of green forest and fishing villages on the way. Arrive at the caves in the late morning and visit the Tham Ting and Tham Teung caves, which are home to about 4,000 Buddha statues.
  • Local villagers and pilgrims have assembled the mostly wooden Buddha statues here for centuries as it is deemed disrespectful to ever destroy a Buddha image and this has now become a sacred site. Continue by boat to Ban Pak Ou where lunch is served before returning to Luang Prabang on an unpaved road by private vehicle.
  • Pay a visit to the Traditional Arts and Ethnology Centre (closed on Mondays) where you are able to observe valuable artifacts and traditional clothing and implements from each of the 20 ethnic minority groups that inhabit the Luang Prabang area.
  • Return to your hotel by car or by the same boat in the late afternoon.


 Overnight at the hotel

 Breakfast, Lunch

  • In the morning, you have breakfast and free time to walk around the town. Buy some souvenirs and say goodbye to peaceful Luang Prabang.
  • You will be transferred to the airport to take the flight to Siem Reap, 2 hours on the plane trip.
  • Upon arrival, meet up with your guide and transfer to your hotel.
  • Relax and re-charge yourself to be ready for the next day of discovering the super Wonder.


 Overnight in Siem Reap hotel

 Breakfast, Lunch

Early morning, you will be transferred to Angkor Wat, one of the modern wonders of the world. Be amazed by the sheer size of the temple and learn how the Khmer Empire prospered between the 9th and 13th centuries, around the time when Angkor Wat was built. Stroll through the intricately carved hallways that show hundreds of fine carvings and discover small shrines still in use today by the local people.

Depart by bike for Angkor Thom, the ancient royal city of the Khmer Empire with its centerpiece; the Bayon temple. Although it may look like a shapeless mass of stone, further scrutiny reveals towers with enigmatic faces of former King Jayavarman VII. Continue to the Terrace of the Elephants, the Terrace of the Leper King, which holds perfect carvings winding along a narrow passageway that leads to the Baphuon complex.

Continue to Ta Prohm, considered to be one of Angkor’s jewels with its overgrown fig trees, giving a haunting yet exotic atmosphere. The magnificent roots of the trees have merged over the centuries with the temple’s huge stone blocks, emphasizing a ‘forgotten city’ feeling.


 Overnight at the hotel

 Breakfast, Lunch

  • Get breakfast and have a relaxation moment in Siem Reap before departing Bangkok
  • You will be transferred to the airport to take the flight to Bangkok. Upon arrival, meet up with your guide and transfer to your hotel.
  • Enjoy a half-day tour visiting two of Bangkok’s most notable landmarks.
  • Start cruising to Wat Arun, a Buddhist temple constructed between 1809 and 1851, and wander around its peaceful grounds.
  • Continue by boat over the river until you reach Ta Chang Pier and walk 5 minutes to the Grand Palace. One of the most spectacular palaces in Southeast Asia, it was begun in 1782 by King Rama I, after he moved the capital from Thonburi to Bangkok.
  • The complex houses not only the Royal residence and throne halls but also government offices and the renowned Wat Phra Kaew, containing the Emerald Buddha, the symbol of the country. 
  • Become a Thai food insider as we take you on a behind-the-scenes adventure to experience the local sights and flavors of the culinary neighborhood.
  • Interact with 


 Overnight in HCMC


  • Today your memorable Vietnam Trekking and Cave Explore 13 Days has come to an end. its time to say goodbye to the beautiful Southeast Asia.
  • You either can extend your stay in Bangkok to extend your adventure or fly home from here. All can be assisted by our team
  • Our driver will send you to the Airport on a 45-minute trip.
  • Thank you for your adventure with New Asia Tours.
  • See you again on the next trip!

Price Policy

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11 Nights in the hotels

01 Night on the Cruise

Daily Breakfast, 6 Lunches + 01 Dinner

- 02 Domestic flight (with 20kg checked luggage and 7kg carry-on)

- 03 International flights

+ Ho Chi Minh - Hoi An
+ Hoi An - Hanoi
+ Hanoi - Luang Prabang
+ Luang Prabang - Siem Reap
+ Siem Reap - Bangkok


1. All round trip Airports – hotel by private transfers.

2. All return transportation from the Hotel to the mentioned destinations

Entrance fees and sightseeing tickets

English-speaking guide at a single destination. Another language is available at your request.


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Vietnam: some tourist nationalities get 45-day visas without any application, please contact us for details.


International flight from/to your home country

 - Surcharges of peak season and national holidays:

- Apply dates:
+ From Dec 24th to Jan 05th
+ Jan 24th to Feb 04th
+ Apr 27th to May 05th
+ Sep 1st to 4th

- Extra personal beverages,

- Tips, and personal expenses.

- Others not mentioned in “ Inclusion” 

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Customer Reviews

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Excellent - se flag Ossi Bermalm
Happy Honeymoon Trip

Choosing the package 10 Day Vietnam Luxury for my honeymoon is the right decision. My wedding was celebrated on 1/2023 in Indonesia. I had been planning a long holiday for a long time. And I knew that Vietnam was an excellent place to visit in Feb. Among the tours, I booked this tour. Good job.  We hit up Hanoi – where the old and new collide in the coolest way. Then, we had an opportunity for a private yacht cruise through the jaw-dropping Halong Bay. Seriously, those limestone karsts are out of this world.

We had a lot of unforgettable memories. Significantly, the New Asia Tour took care of us a lot. They also introduced us to meaningful services and helped us to take happy pictures.

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Excellent - ca flag Sandra Eva Ciosek
Enchanting Vietnam Tour

I started my journey in Hanoi. Although Hanoi is a beautiful city, Halong Bay is the site that attracts me the most. I didn't even know that Vietnam has a marvelous place like that. The scenery there is so majestic that no words can’t describe it.

Another charming site is the Thu Bon River. My companions and I had a memorable boating experience on the river. All of us enjoyed the tour without worrying about anything thanks to the good arrangement of New Asia Tours. If you have never been to Vietnam, you should choose this agency to accompany you.

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Mr Aladin 07/01/2023

How to visit these place ? Show me easy way

ca flag Lesley Mackay 06/30/2023

Hello, I am from Canada, if we have a group of 8 and want this tour private, what is the cost?

Useful Tips & Fun Facts Of Vietnam

Vietnam uses the official currency called the Vietnam đồng, symbolized by ₫ or VND. The currency is in the form of paper bills, as coins are not used.

The denominations range from 1,000 VND to 500,000 VND, with a mix of smaller paper bills and larger polymer bills. If you find the numbers overwhelming, a helpful tip is to mentally remove three zeros to simplify the value.

For a quick conversion from VND to USD, you can remove three zeros from the amount and divide it by 23. This can make currency calculations easier during your travels in Vietnam.

Reference converted rates: (June 2023)
- 1 USD = 23,500,000đ (about twenty-three thousand VND)
-> One bowl of Pho in Vietnam costs about 2 USD
-> One Bread costs about 1 USD
-> Taxi: 1 USD for 2 KM

- 1 EURO = 25,700,000D (about twenty-six thousand VND)

- 1 AUD = 15,800,000D (about sixteen thousand VND)

- 1 CAD = 18,000,000D (about eighteen thousand VND)

In Vietnam, there are three common plug types: A, C, and F.
Plug type A features two flat parallel pins, plug type C has two round pins, and plug type F has two round pins with two earth clips on the side.

It's important to note that Vietnam operates on a 220V supply voltage. Therefore, it's advisable to have the appropriate adapters or converters to ensure compatibility with your electronic devices when traveling to Vietnam.

  1. Visit the official website and provide the required information.

  2. Upload a photo (4x6cm, front-facing, white background, no glasses) and a scan of your passport details (valid for at least six months beyond your intended stay).

  3. Receive a document code and pay the e-Visa fee.

  4. Get your e-Visa within 3 working days.

  5. Print your e-Visa using the document code.

  • Region: Southeast Asia
  • Neighbor countries: China, Laos, Cambodia
  • Population: 100 million (2023)
  • Area: 330,000 Km2
  • Total provinces/states: 63
  • Capital: Hanoi City
  • Largest city: Ho Chi Minh (Sai Gon)
  • Currency: Vietnam Dong
  • Rich cities: Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh, Quang Ninh (Halong Bay), Da Nang (Hoi An), Nha Trang, Hai Phong, Can Tho (Mekong Delta)
  • Gasoline price: about 23,000 VND / liter. (about 1 USD)

In the North of Vietnam: There are four seasons, Spring (Jan, Feb, Mar), Summer (Apr, May, June), Autumn (Jul, Aug, Sep), and Winter (Oct, Nov, Dec).

The South of Vietnam: There are 02 seasons: Dry season (Oct to April next year) and Rainy season (May to Sep). It is the same in Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok...

The Center is mixed of the above.

The best time to visit Vietnam is from September to April next year with the coldest weather being in Dec and around 10 census degrees.

But Summer is a bit hot around 30-35 degrees, but it is flowers, fruits, beaches seasons, blue sky, and blue seas, so it is ideal for a Summer beach holiday too.

- A round-trip taxi ride from Ho Chi Minh City's Tan Son Nhat Airport typically ranges from 120,000 VND to 170,000 VND, which is approximately $5 to $7 USD, and the journey lasts between 30 to 50 minutes.

- On the other hand, an airport taxi from Hanoi's Noi Bai Airport has a fixed rate of 330,000 VND, equivalent to around $14 USD, and the travel time can vary between 45 to 60 minutes depending on the traffic conditions.

In some bustle cities such as Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh, or Da Nang, the first impression of any foreign tourist when they reach is messy traffic. The streets are mixed with cars, coaches, buses, motorbikes, taxis, bikes...And it seems there is no way to cross the road in safety. 

=> Tips: Just take a deep breath (joke), put your hand up to show a signal and SLOWLY WALKING to cross the road. Other traffic will see you and keep away from you amazingly.

=> Do not: RUN or move fast when you cross the road.

  1. Family name: Nguyen:
    The Nguyen family name in Vietnam accounts for more than 40% of the country's population (100 million - 2023). But usually, people have nothing to do with each other by lineage. Nguyen was also the last dynasty of Vietnam, which ended in 1945, at which time Hue City was the capital.
  2. The world's most used social network (Facebook, Instagram, Tiktok…):
    It is a fact that young Vietnamese people use social networks the most in the world, an average of up to 7 hours a day. This is a very high number compared to other countries in the region because Vietnam's population is only nearly 100 million people.
  3. Vietnamese people are very friendly and smiley.
    They always welcome foreigners, no matter where they come from, or what continent they are. They always aim to help strangers when in trouble, especially foreigners.
  4. Having bath:
    Vietnamese people usually do not bathe in the morning, they usually bathe in the evening.
  5. Teenagers's hobbies:
    They love Korean food, music, hairstyles, and clothes. they like the style called Luxury and like to use high-tech devices such as Surface laptops, iPhones, smartwatches…
  6. The Vietnamese language:
    It is really complicated, there are meanings expressed in 10 different words. So my advice is that learning Vietnamese is not a good idea for foreigners.
  7. Vietnamese people do not like restraint, prefer open space, and prefer to sit at sidewalk cafés rather than luxury restaurants. A beer on the sidewalk is also more inspiring than in a restaurant.
  8. Helmet uses:
    Vietnamese people wear helmets not to be safe on the road, but to avoid being fined by the traffic police. And of course, many helmets are not qualified for protection.
  9.  Parent and children:

It is still quite common for elderly parents to live in the same house with their children. Children are responsible for taking care of their parents in their old age. Parents can give their children all the wealth they have. In the old days, it was customary to give more boys or give them all. Today, girls will also be given or given equally to boys.

  1. Coffee:
    Vietnam is the second largest coffee-producing country in the world, It is easy to see the image of Vietnamese people enjoying coffee everywhere.
    The coffee here is truly heaven. People often prefer iced milk coffee, or black coffee with more milk and ice.
  2. Top 3 cuisine in the world:
    Will you be surprised when Vietnamese cuisine ranks 3rd in the ranking of regions and countries with the best dishes? In Vietnam, people can eat everything and it is very sophisticatedly processed.
  3. Tra Da (Street iced tea) - 3 thousand VND/glass.
    Iced tea is served free of charge in most restaurants. Some places serve hot tea, others have both hot and cold varieties.
    Iced tea shops are popular in every corner of the city, this is a convenient place for people to chat or exchange business quickly.
  4. Vegetables:
    Every dish has vegetables. A meal without vegetables, it is not yet called a true family meal. And most Vietnamese people hate having a "fat" body, especially women. Therefore, they are very interested in exercising and playing sports, from young to old people.
  5. Vietnamese people like strong taste things: chili must be spicy, cigarettes must be smoked In big bamboo Tobacco, coffee or tea must be very strong, mixed with very condensed milk. Alcohol drinks (vodka) should also be heavy, usually 40-45 alcohol degrees.
  6. Beer drinking culture:
    According to a report from Vietnam-Briefing, Vietnam's beer consumption as of 2022 accounts for 2.2% of the global market, at 3.8 million liters of beer annually. This makes Vietnam a leader in the ASEAN region in beer consumption.
    Bia Hoi (Local fresh beer) is national people drinks. They could drink from 12.AM until 11.PM (12 hours) with friends.
  1. Own one of the most beautiful beaches on the planet:
    That is My Khe beach in the central city, Da Nang. Voted by Forbes magazine in 2006 along with 5 other beaches around the globe.
  2. The world's largest natural cave:
    It has ever been discovered, which is Son Doong cave in Quang Binh, discovered by people when they went to the forest to shelter from the rain. And was discovered by the Royal British Explorers Association 30 years. According to them, Son Doong is the treasure of the world.
  3. Casinos are illegal:
    Casino or gambling does not allow Vietnamese to play. And they are not allowed to gamble in any way. However, it still happens every day in illegal forms.
  4. One of the few countries that like to take a nap:
    Different from the West, Vietnamese people spend a lot of time napping and nap time is up to hours. especially office staff. According to them, if you don't take a nap, your afternoon work will be ineffective.
  5. Very low-cost phone charges and WIFI charges:
    You can order a cup of coffee and get free WIFI for half a day. Even the sidewalk iced tea shop has free WIFI.
  6. Most popular sport:
    The main national sport is Football. However, the national championship is not of high quality. People only like the national team to compete, and the biggest rival of the Vietnamese national football team in the region is the Thailand team.
  7. Traffic in the city is always very chaotic. Cars go in the lanes of motorbikes, motorbikes go on the sidewalks of pedestrians. Crossing the road is also a huge challenge for international tourists when coming to Vietnam, even with light traffic.
  8. Motorcycles are the main means of transport for the people of this country. However, cars are becoming more popular even though they are still extremely taxed items.


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