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Unforgettable Culinary Vacation in Vietnam

From the subtle sweetness of Saigon to the sizzling spice of Hue to the harmonious flavors of Hanoi, this tour takes you right to the heart of the different regional cuisines from mouthwatering street food to sophisticated fine dining. See where the food is cultivated in the countryside, discover where it is bought in the local markets and learn how it is prepared with a cooking class. Vietnam is home to one of the world's great cuisines and this culinary journey will make you an expert.


  • Street food tasting
  • Home cooking with a local host
  • Dragon boat cruise on the Perfume River
  • Hand-on cooking class and cooking demonstration
  • Various local food from north to south
  • Vegetarian feast at a pagoda in Hue
  • Breakfasts, lunches, and dinners
  • 11 nights' accommodation


10 days with instruction
Group size: Maximum of 16 participants
Airport transfer included: Tan Son Nhat International Airport
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The accommodation would be as follows:

Ho Chi Minh

  • Standard 3-star: Ruby River
  • Superior 4-star: Muong Thanh Centre Saigon
  • Deluxe 5-star: Majestic

Hoi An

  • Standard 3-star: Like Hotel
  • Superior 4-star: Bella Maison Hadana
  • Deluxe 5-star: Palm Garden


  • Standard 3-star: Spring Flower
  • Superior 4-star: The Q Hotel
  • Deluxe 5-star: Pan Pacific Hotel

Halong Bay

  • Standard 3-star: V’Sprit Cruise
  • Superior 4-star: Serenity Cruise
  • Deluxe 5-star: Scarlet Pearl

Room options

  • 1 person: single room
  • 2 persons: double or twin room
  • 3 persons: triple room (three single beds or one double plus one single room)
  • 4 persons: 2 double / twin rooms

Please note that you'll stay at similar hotels in case of the listed hotels above are fully booked.


Day 1: Ho Chi Minh Arrival

Upon arrival at Tan Son Nhat airport in Ho Chi Minh City, welcomed by your guide and you will be escorted to your hotel in the city center. Time to freshen up and relax after a long journey. Overnight in Ho Chi Minh City.

Meals included:

  • Welcome dinner

Day 2: Ho Chi Minh City exploration - street food by cyclo

Start your day with a good breakfast at the hotel. After breakfast, explore Ho Chi Minh City’s historic by the locals and experience the city as it was before the war. Visit the War Remnants Museum - originally opened in September 1975, it displays old military equipment and other related items from the Vietnam War.

You’ll continue to visit the Reunification Palace, former residence of the Indochina Governor General and late President of the Republic of Southern Vietnam until the fall of Saigon on April 30, 1975. Walk down to see Notre Dame Cathedral and General Post Office which are beautiful examples of architecture from the French colonial period.

Enjoy lunch at Thanh Dat, one of the best places to sample specialties of Saigon noodle soup. The restaurant has been run by successive generations of the same family which adds a little history to your meal. The broth recipe here is a family secret which helps create a little mystique around the flavors.

Late afternoon, meet your guide again at your hotel’s lobby for street food tour by traditional cyclo (traditional three-wheel bicycle). Vietnam cuisine has a brilliant balance of flavors, heat, sweetness, sourness, and fish-sauciness. It mixes together with a range of flavors and tastes, but a balance between fresh herbs and meats, and selective use of spices.

Taste Vietnamese dishes and be satisfied mouth-feel during the dining enjoyment. In Vietnam, street eateries are everywhere to delight in either your stomach or your appetite at any time. You will slowly ride through bustling Saigon’s streets, visit local markets and taste some popular Saigon street food in the hidden area.

You’ll sample a variety of street food while learning about the special significance of each dish; discover the delicious variety of tastings, simplicity, and find out why Saigon street food experience is becoming popular over the last few years.

  • Overnight in Ho Chi Minh City
  • Meals: breakfast and lunch

Day 3: Ho Chi Minh - Mekong Delta

The “rice bowl” of Vietnam, Mekong Delta is carpeted with rice paddies, floating markets, crisscross rivers, and canals. Ben Tre, popular known for coconut, attracts visitors to its fresh-aired environment of large green coconut and fruits gardens. Join Vietnam Food Tour, experience the slow pace delta life, meet very friendly local, feel the generous hospitality, and blow away the stresses of modern life.

It takes around two and a half hours' drive from a bustling city to Mekong Delta. Upon arrival at Ben Tre, board on a new tasteful boat with its design: open on all sides to enjoy the river breezes and view. As meandering down the Mekong, you'll have a chance to explore the riverbanks: friendly local people, the stunning landscapes while sipping a cold drink and seasonal fruit.

Your first visit is at coconut-shell-charcoal processing on a small islet. Observe the whole procedure and find out that the locals utilize every bit of the coconut. Back to the cruise and short boating will drive you to the next attractions. Hop on the mainland, drop a visit to see how local peel off coconut husk by simple tools. Next is a tuk-tuk ride taking you to a local family making coconut-leaves-swobs. Meet a local family, hands-on weave coconut-leaves-swabs, and make local traditional cakes.

You’ll continue with a relaxing bike ride on the lush and evergreen rural road. Cycle through peaceful villages, meet friendly, and smiling locals saying hello and feel the tranquil scenes of rural life. Next is a rowing boat through the crisscross canals. Be relaxed while observing the slow pace of Mekong Delta life.

You’ll then have a short walk on the narrow village lane to Mr. Ba’s family. His hospitable greetings and then continue with a relaxing bike ride on the lush and evergreen rural road cake will make you feel like at home. His family member is happy to share with you the local cake making procedure. Join them, try to make one local cake on your own under their enthusiastic instruction.

Enjoy tea with honey and dried coconut while chatting with them about their daily routine, the local culture, custom, and why you don’t let a local fortune-teller tell you what is supposed to happen in the future.

Lunch is served with Mekong specialties at a riverside restaurant. Enjoy the tranquil atmosphere before transferring to the pier where the waiting driver will take you back to Ho Chi Minh City.

  • Meals: breakfast - lunch

Day 4: Ho Chi Minh - fly to Da Nang - explore Hoi An

After a delicious breakfast at the hotel, leave to the airport for a short flight to Danang City. Your local guide meets you at the airport on arrival and drive another 40 minutes to the quant of Hoi An. Check-in then go on a walking tour of this charming ancient town, visit its fascinating architecture, Old Japanese covered bridge, Chinese assembly hall, and local market where you will meet and chat with stall holders about their food.

Your walk then continues along both high streets and back streets, discovering out-of-the-way producers and street vendors making and selling a wide variety of exotic foods and taste local special dishes. You will try the famous baguette - Banh Mi Phuong.

Anthony Bourdain described Banh Mi Phuong as a "symphony in a sandwich". A perfect arrangement of crisp bread fills with homemade pork liver pâté mixed with fat and ground pork, thinly sliced roast pork loin, pork meat-loaf, sprout-sized coriander, a healthy dose of mint, Vietnamese coriander, thinly sliced green onions, lettuce, tomato, cucumber, pickled-julienned carrots, and the sauces which remain closely guarded secrets. Taste it and find out why it’s widely known rapidly in last few years.

You’ll continue exploring charming Hoi An until end of the afternoon, you are free to relax and go shopping. Overnight would be in Hoi An

  • Meals: breakfast and lunch

Day 5: Explore the countryside of Hoi An on a motorbike

This countryside tour of Hoi An will give you a real insight into the local life. Setting off from the accommodation in Hoi An, you’ll ride over the bridge to Cam Kim Island and along the riverside into the beautiful rural countryside. First stops include an Ancestral House where you will spend time over 100 years and a traditional boat building yard before you set off to explore the sleepy island villages.

Zig-zag riding through the breathtaking scenery of rice paddies and farmland and enjoy the cooling breeze. Next, learn from friendly local families the handicraft of mat weaving, farming, and how to make (and eat) the perfect Banh Dap rice crackers. Meeting local families is a must-do to see the real way of life in Vietnam.

Then you’ll continue riding scooters to visit a local café to fuel up on local drip-coffee and learn the art of coffee roasting. Then you make your way to the coast at the Thu Bon river mouth, along roads lined with casuarina pine and cashew nut trees. You’ll then visit Noi Rang market and Duy Hai fish market to explore and experience the culture with a local buyer and seller (note: the Noi Rang market will close before 10 am).

Finally, it’s up high and over the Cua Dai bridge offering spectacular panoramic views of Hoi An, which takes you to the water coconut palm fringed, Cam Thanh and then drop-off at a local restaurant for lunch.

After lunch, you’ll return to your hotel. The afternoon is free at your leisure to explore numerous art galleries, souvenirs, and tailor shops where you can get some express made-to-order clothes if you like. Enjoy the rest of the late afternoon at leisure. Overnight would be in Hoi An.

  • Meals: breakfast and lunch

Day 6: Hoi An - Hue Imperial City

After breakfast, leave Hoi An for Hue Imperial City which is about 130 kilometers. On your way to Hue, take a break from the top of the cloudy Hai Van Pass to grab your own Vietnam central coast panoramic view and have lunch with local specialties - Bún Thịt Nướng (grilled park with fresh noddle).

On arrival at Hue, you’ll have a stop to visit King Minh Mang Tomb that is located on the left bank of the Huong River, which represents the perfect harmony between nature and architecture. Minh Mang King (1821 - 1840) boasted to have 64 princesses and 78 princes.

You’ll board a cruise upstream Perfume River to visit Thien Mu Pagoda which is also home to many young people who want to try out and learn from life as a monk. History of Thien Mu Pagoda dates back from the year 1601. After that, you’ll go to your hotel to check-in. Overnight would be in Hue.

  • Meals: breakfast and lunch

Day 7: Discover historical Hue and hands-on cooking class

After breakfast, follow your guide to visit the Imperial Citadel where Kings of Vietnam’s last feudal dynasty ruled from 1802 to 1945, including Flag Tower, Nine Holy Cannons, Ngo Mon Gate, Thai Hoa Palace, Nine Dynastic Urns, and Forbidden Purple City.

You’ll continue your trip to Princess Ngoc Son garden house. Upon arrival, you will be welcomed by the current resident of the rustic Vietnamese residence Mr. Phan Thuan An - a very refined gentleman, owner of the house.

This garden house actually belonged to his wife's great grandmother who was a daughter of Emperor Dong Khanh that has been in his wife's family for 7 generations. With his introduction, history relative to his family, and previous occupants of this residence will be recalled. The garden is oriented according to Feng Shui principles and serene setting. You will enjoy tea and cakes while learning about a royal era gone by.

You will then spend time at the well-known Dong Ba Market. All of the most special cultural gifts and souvenirs of Hue that remain until today can be found in Dong Ba Market. They include “non la bai tho” (conical hats having poems woven into their design) from Phu Cam Village, royal tea, lotus seed of Tinh Tam Lake and other local specialties.

Dong Ba Market is also the place where you can try most of Hue’s delicious dishes within a place at a high-quality standard. On the ground of the market, you will try many local specialties such as Banh beo, Banh nam, Banh loc, Nem Lui, Banh Khoai, Bun Thit Nuong (rice noodle with grilled pork and veggie) and Che (sweet soup with many flavors). Have Hue specialties at the bustling market for lunch. You are free after that to relax.

Late afternoon: you will be picked up to a beautiful restaurant to enjoy cooking demonstration in ancient tranquility atmosphere. You’ll cook and feast great Hue’s Royal duck and specialties. Transfer back your hotel afterward. Overnight is in Hue.

  • Meals: breakfast, lunch, and dinner

Day 8: Hue Departure - fly to Hanoi - city tour

After breakfast, take a short morning flight to Hanoi - the capital city of Vietnam. Upon arrival, you’ll be greeted and transferred to the city center.

Enjoy lunch at a local stall which is even better than the restaurant of the Former US President Mr. Barack Obama ate Bun cha in Hanoi with Anthony Bourdain, an American chef, author, and television personality.

After your good lunch, you’ll visit Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum (viewed from outside), Van Mieu - Quoc Tu Giam (temple of literature and Vietnam’s first university). Constructed in the 11th century, the gardens and well-preserved architecture offer a relaxing glimpse into Vietnam's past.

Take a guided walk to visit Hanoi Old Quarter and Hoan Kiem Lake. You will also visit Hoa Lo Prison which was a prison used by the French colonists in French Indochina for political prisoners, and later by North Vietnam for US war prisoners during the Vietnam War. Then, you will go to your hotel to check-in, rest, and relax. Overnight would be in Hanoi city.

  • Meals: breakfast and lunch

Day 9: Hanoi home cooking - city highlights

You will learn and enjoy one of the most famous specialties of Hanoi today but not at the restaurant, it is a local house. Get ready to enjoy one of the most famous dishes of North Vietnam: Cha Ca La Vong (grilled fish). The dish is made from turmeric marinated fish fried with dill and green onion to make the special flavor.

It is tossed together with handfuls of dill, spring onion, roasted peanuts and served on a bed of rice vermicelli noodles. Hanoi has several stores serving Cha Ca, but none of them can be equal to the Cha Ca Road in terms of quality and flavor.

According to oral history, a family at Hang Son Street invented his home cook fish dish in addition to earning more money. The delicious taste of Cha Ca soon made it popular so much that the whole street was named after it later on.

Cha Ca must be served while hot with rice vermicelli noodles, top of Vietnamese mint and coriander, along with nuoc cham, Vietnamese dipping sauce with its subtle notes of fish sauce, lime juice, sugar, and a bit of heat from red chili. All makes Cha Ca tasty, savory, and unique among best-known dishes of Hanoi.

After breakfast, you will come to a typical traditional local house in Hanoi, meet friendly host then together with her, going to a vibrant and authentic local wet market for the introduction of shopping habit of Vietnamese people and briefing about the schedule of today’s special cooking class.

You’ll visit the shopping area of alive chicken; fish and buy all the ingredients for the cooking class’ menu. You will also have the chance to visit and learn about the herbs and vegetable in a family garden nearby before learning how to cook Chả Cá. Enjoy your own prepared lunch with one drink with a friendly host.

After lunch, visit Tran Quoc Pagoda - Hanoi’s oldest pagoda on the bank of West Lake. Next, you’ll walk to Truc Bach Lake to visit the monument of John McCain, a famous American politician, and naval officer.

In October 1967, during the Vietnam War, his fighter plane was shot down over Hanoi. He parachuted into Truc Bach Lake, where he was rescued by the North Vietnamese. In fact, McCain spent the next five-and-a-half years as a high-profile prisoner of war in Hoa Lo Prison.

Before finishing the day of exploration, try a glass of Bia Hoi - local draught beer at a small corner in the little Hanoi Old Quarter and watch how the local life moves around you if you are less interested in beer. If not, follow the local guide to a local coffee shop for a short egg coffee demonstration and enjoy the egg coffee which is most famous in Hanoi. Overnight would be at a hotel in Hanoi.

  • Meals: breakfast, lunch, and dinner

Day 10: Hanoi - the natural world heritage: Halong Bay

After breakfast, take three and a half hours' drive to Ha Long Bay, one of the World Natural Heritage recognized by UNESCO with thousands of spectacular limestone islands rising from the clear, emerald sea in the Gulf of Tonkin.

Upon arrival, you’ll be welcome aboard. Enjoy a welcome drink before check in to your cabin. While the junk is passing many rocky islets, caves, floating villages, and beaches, a tasty lunch will be served on board with fresh seafood. Relax on the sundeck. Later on, the junk moves to a quiet area to dock for overnight stay.

Dinner with Vietnamese food is served on board. Overnight is staying on board. Note that the itinerary of the cruise in Halong may change without prior notice depending on the situation.

  • Meals: breakfast, lunch, and dinner

Day 11: Halong - Hanoi - farewell dinner

The junk cruises around Ha Long Bay passes by many islets named by their shapes such as Dog, Incense Urn, Fighting Cock, Finger, and so on. Breakfast or brunch is served while the junk continues cruising towards the wharf. After disembarkation, travel back to Hanoi City. Check in to your hotel and relax.

In the late afternoon, you’ll walk to reach a street where you will get to know how the Hanoian cook and eat Pho in different ways. Since you have already tried a (or more) big bowl of traditional Pho noodle soup, you are here now in the capital of Pho, Vietnam Food Tour would like to introduce different amazing types of Pho.

The stories of Pho will be shared by your fascinated local guide during your tour tonight. First, you will be served some kinds of Pho and other delicious dishes that are not realized by many foreigners. Then, let’s explore a new way to enjoy Pho in Vietnam is “Pho” cocktail.

The story of how “Pho” Cocktail was invented is to be told and you will know how it is loved and served at some selected bars and lounges in the old town of Ha Noi as a signature drink. Enjoy Jazz music and Pho in a glass at the bar where the special cocktail is created.

If you are lucky, you will have the chance to meet the Cocktail Barman Extraordinaire, who invented the cocktail. Talk with him and ask him to make a creative cocktail only for yourself and your mood of the day (additional cocktail at own expense). The bar also has a few other Vietnamese inspired creations on the menu. Many of signature cocktails are heavily influenced by Vietnamese culture and cuisine. It is a great way to end an interesting day with unforgettable memories. Overnight would be in Hanoi city.

  • Meals: brunch and dinner

Day 12: Hanoi departure

This day is free at your leisure or shopping and discovering until transfer to the airport to catch your flight back home. Have a safe trip.

  • Meals: breakfast

Tour summary

  • Type of tour: private
  • Duration: 12 days - 11 nights
  • Tour starting in: Ho Chi Minh City (Tan Son Nhat International Airport (SGN))
  • Tour ending in: Hanoi (Noi Bai International Airport (HAN))
  • Airport pick up / drop off: yes

Tour highlights


  • Cyclo tour in the Old Quarter
  • Impressive Ho Chi Minh Complex
  • Temple of Literature
  • Ethnology Museum
  • Local market outing

Halong Bay

  • Cruise spectacular Halong bay
  • Overnight at en-suite cabin on board
  • Kayaking / sampan rowing
  • Amazing cave


  • Great local interaction
  • Vegetarian feast at a pagoda
  • Impressive royal tomb
  • Ancient Tiger and Elephant arena
  • Dragon boat cruise on the Perfume River
  • Visit to Thien Mu Pagoda
  • Chance for photos of stunning country landscape
  • Hue Royal Citadel
  • Cloudy Pass

Hoi An

  • Fun shopping in quaint Hoi An
  • Explore UNESCO ancient Hoi An town
  • Delicious street food
  • Shopping opportunity

Ho Chi Minh City

  • Reunification Palace
  • Notre Dame Cathedral
  • The General Post office
  • Cu Chi Tunnel

Gastronomy experience

  • Home cooking with local host
  • Street food tasting
  • Cooking demonstration
  • Hands-on cooking class
  • Various local food from north to south


Ho Chi Minh City

Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) is located in the delta area of the Saigon and Dong Nai rivers. It is Vietnam’s largest city and an important economic, trade, cultural and research center, both within the country, and in Southeast Asia.

Ho Chi Minh city has a diversified topography, ranging from mainly agricultural and rural areas in the north to a widespread system of rivers, canals, and dense mangrove forest to the south. It is contrast with the ancient traditions still carried out on the streets.

Halong Bay

Over 2000 island rise from the bay, studded with caves and grottoes, soaring jungle-clad cliffs. Cruise on a traditional junk amongst the endless karsts to discover the beauty and serenity of this world heritage.


Hanoi: a thousand years of history makes the Vietnamese capital a delight to explore on foot. It is known by the locals as the city of lakes, Hanoi has many treasures from its distinctive cuisine to fascinating ancient landmarks such as the Confucian Temple of Literature, Tran Quoc Pagoda, and Hanoi Citadel.


Discover Vietnam’s past in the ancient monument of Hue, the former imperial capital which lies on the evocatively – named Perfume River. Visit the Tombs of Nguyen emperors, explore the Royal Citadel. As Vietnam is the cradle of Buddhism, you can look forward to visiting some of the city’s beautiful pagodas such as Thien Mu pagoda.

Hoi An

Smart restaurant, shops and galleries are the distinctive of Hoi An ancient town – one of the world Heritage of Vietnam. While walking on the narrow streets here, you just need to rest your feet and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere.


Saigon street food

Besides exploring these places by yourself, joining one trip food tour is also a great option if you want to leave all the planning to someone else. Hop on the back of a motorbike, ride through busy streets and small alleys, and try the most local dishes in both big restaurants and street side food stalls. Not only that, the local guides are super friendly and knowledgeable about Vietnamese cuisine and culture. Whether you’re in Saigon or other smaller cities across Vietnam, there is a food tour near you.

Cuisine of Mekong Delta

Unlike people in the north preferring the harmony between flavors or promoting the light and cool flavor, local people in Mekong Delta have special taste with strong flavor accordingly their characteristics.

Due to the hardship during the reclamation, people in Mekong Delta absolutely respected their labor outcomes and did not allow themselves to waste even a grain. Nowadays, thanks to the economic development, life has become much easier; however, this cuisine culture is still preserved as a way to remind people of a hard time in the past. %Coming to Mekong Delta, the land of river, garden and basket of rice, you will enjoy various fresh dishes that are made from fish, sticky rice, and fruits.

Banh mi Phương in Hoi An

Considered as “the world’s best sandwich” by world-class chef Anthony Bourdain, Banh Mi Phuong truly lives up to its fame. At Banh mi Phuong in Hoi An, you decide for ingredients inside your bread. There are so many options for you to choose on, from pâté, omellete, ham, grilled-pork, barbecue, chicken, tuna, from protein to a lot of veggies adding texture and freshness such as: papaya, carrot, cucumber, and others.

Of course, the roll isn’t complete without the magic dressing that is cheese, some Vietnamese sauces, and crispy bread in contrast of soft and floating fluffy. The addition of varied freshness to cut through the fat and spice from meat and sauces also helps balance out the flavor and make the bread being one of the top in the world. Now, it’s time to taste the best street food in Hoi An.

Royal food in Hue

Hue royal cuisine is considered the pinnacle of Vietnamese gastronomy for its sophistication and refinement. What makes Hue royal cuisine unique is its delicate way of cooking and a presentation that makes it like a work of art.

Hue royal food not only has a delicious taste but is also eye-catching. It creates a harmony between color and taste, between yin and yang, between hot and cold. Hue royal cuisine is delicate and elegant but not extravagant. The ingredients are carefully chosen and cooked in a sophisticated way. The food is healthy and follows the Vietnamese philosophy which balances yin and yang.

Cha Ca La Vong (grilled fish) in Hanoi

The dish is made from turmeric marinated fish fried with dill and green onion to make special flavor. It is tossed together with handfuls of dill, spring onion, roasted peanuts and served on a bed of rice vermicelli noodles. Hanoi has several stores serving Cha Ca, but none of them can be equal to the Cha Ca Road’s in terms of quality and flavor.

According to oral history, a family at Hang Son Street invented his home cook fish dish in addition to earning more money. The delicious taste of Cha Ca soon made it popular so much that the whole street was named after it later on.

Cha Ca must be served while hot with rice vermicelli noodles, top of Vietnamese mint and coriander, along with nuoc cham, Vietnamese dipping sauce with its subtle notes of fish sauce, lime juice, sugar and a bit of heat from red chili. All makes Cha Ca tasty, savory and unique among best-known dishes of Hanoi.


Please advise Vietnam Food Tour of any special requirements such as special meals requirement.

The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

The following dietary requirement(s) are served and/or catered for:

  • Regular (typically includes meat and fish)
If you have special dietary requirements it's a good idea to communicate it to the organiser when making a reservation

What's included

  • Private air-conditioned transfer through the trip
  • En-suite cabin on a cruise in Ha Long Bay
  • Regional English speaking local guides (except on free days)
  • Airport transfers
  • 11 nights' accommodation
  • Cooking classes and demos
  • Dining cruise
  • Boat trip in Perfume River and Mekong Delta
  • Street food tasting and local drink
  • Meals specified in the program: 10 breakfasts, 9 lunches, 1 brunch, and 5 dinners
  • All domestic air tickets
  • All entrance permission and visiting fees
  • Bikes (if any)
  • Visa authorization letter to get Vietnam visa on arrival (if any)
  • Mineral water and tissue
  • Tax and service charge

What's not included

  • Insurance
  • Requested beverages
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips
  • Any services not mentioned in what's included

How to get there

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Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at Tan Son Nhat International Airport (SGN). Transfer from this airport is included. Your departure flight will be from Noi Bai International Airport (HAN). Drop off to this airport is included.

Airport: Tan Son Nhat International Airport Airport transfer included: Tan Son Nhat International Airport No additional charges. You can request this in the next step.

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 30% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid 7 days before arrival.
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Standard 3 stars
  • 5 to 6 persons: 735 USD per person
  • 7 to 8 persons: 690 USD per person
  • 10 to 15 persons: 675 USD per person
  • Single supplement: 275 USD
Superior 4 stars​
  • 5 to 6 persons: 920 USD per person
  • 7 to 8 persons: 885 USD per person
  • 10 to 15 persons: 850 USD per person
  • Single supplement: 450 USD
Deluxe 5 stars
  • 3 to 4 persons: 1,288 USD per person
  • 5 to 6 persons: 1,195 USD per person
  • 7 to 8 persons: 1,175 USD per person
  • 10 to 15 persons: 1,165 USD per person
  • Single supplement: 730 USD
Children policy (land service only)
  • Child from 1- 3 years: free of charge if sharing bed with parents
  • Child from 4 - 6 years: 50% of adult price if using extra bed/mattress in parents’ room
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