The Best Vietnam Cambodia Laos Tour for In-depth Travel

From Hanoi to Vientiane, this Vietnam Cambodia Laos tour in 24 days offers you the breathtaking natural scenery and fabulous cultural highlights of Indochina.

Starts in Hanoi, you will enjoy a excursion to the northern villages, Sapa. And then transfer to Halong Bay to enjoy the beauty of thousand lime karsts jutting over the water. After that, head to Ho Chi Minh City to explore the city’s highlights before transfering to Phnom Penh. In Cambodia, you will visit Siem Reap where you are able to explore the ancient Angkor Wat. Finally, you will have a chance to explore the unique culture and stunning view of Laos.
Travel Route: Hanoi - Sapa - Halong Bay - Hoi An - Hue - Ho Chi Minh - Phnom Penh - Siem Reap - Luang Prabang - Vang Vieng - Vientiane
Day: 24
Best for: First-timers
Tour Type: Escorted private tour with personal tour guide and vehicle
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The specialist who designs this trip have lived in this country for several years, in some cases, born here. Our first-hand knowledge will help you have an authentic experience, making the most of your vaction.
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Enjoy City Sightseeing Tours in the Major Cities

Visit the essentials in Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, and Phnom Penh to get general ideas about Vietnam and Cambodia, the two graceful and atmospheric countries in Southeast Asia.

Explore Northern Vietnam Mountain Villages in Sapa

Trek through the rice terraces fields on the mountains to enjoy a different mountain view of north Vietnam as well as the unique ethnic culture of the local groups.

Step back in Time in Hoi An Old Town

Spend days in Hoi An Ancient Town to visit the exquisite architecture and experience the unique culture of the former international trading port of Vietnam, which is influenced by Chinese, Japanese, and European culture for centuries.

Trace back to the Glory of the Ancient Khmer Dynasty

Take a full-day trip to Angkor Wat to discover the mystery behind the ancient stone faces.

Visit the stunning mountain town of Vang Vieng

Enjoy the breathtaking scenery of Vang Vieng while explore various featured caves and do kayaking along the Nam Song river.

Halong Bay
Banteay Kdei
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Tour Itinerary

Day 1: Hanoi Arrival
Welcome to Vietnam!
Upon arrival, our guide will meet you at Hanoi Noi Bai International Airport and take you to your hotel. The rest of the day is for you to take a good rest or have a leisure walk around to have a glimpse of the city.
Stay overnight in Hanoi.
Day 2: Hanoi to Sapa
Today you need to get up early to take a 5-hour driving from Hanoi to Sapa. You can enjoy the beautiful views of northwest mountains.
Arriving in Sapa at noon, you will check in at the hotel and take a rest or explore the surroundings at your leisure.
Stay overnight in Sapa.
Day 3: Sapa Day Tour
Today you will enjoy a full-day excursion to the north villages. First, you will visit Muong Hoa Valley. Form the top you can have a panorama view of the hilltop town. And then you will take a little trek through the terrace rice fields to get to a small village of Y Linh Ho hamlet, where the Black Hmong people live.
After visiting Y Linh Ho village, you will trek along the river to get to Lao Chai Village, where you can visit some local families to closely experience the local life style.
In the afternoon, you will move on the Ta Van Village to experience the local culture that is different from the other hill tribes.
After the tour, you will get back to Sapa Town.
Stay overnight in Sapa.
The Terrace rice fields in Sapa.
Day 4: Sapa to Hanoi
In the morning, you will trek to Cat Cat Village at the foot of Fansipan Mountain. It is a small but bustling village where H’mong people live. You can visit local families and see how clothing being made in their traditional way.
Then, you will trek to Sin Chai to see traditional wooden houses built suring the indigenous Pumu tree.
After the tour, you will take a drive back to Hanoi.
Stay overnight in Hanoi.
Leisurely trek in Sapa.
Day 5: Hanoi to Halong Bay
After breakfast, you will transfer to Halong Bay, the spectacular World Heritage-listed site. You will board a traditional wooden junk boat and explore the jade waters studded with karst islands.
After lunch onboard, you will visit Trinh Nu Cave to see the stunning array of stalactites and stalagmites.
Then, you can go to swim or kayak as you like in the free time.
Stay overnight on a cruise in Halong Bay.
The stunning array of stalactites and stalagmites.
Day 6: Halong Bay to Hoi An via Da Nang
In the morning, you can join a T’ai Chi class on the deck of the Junk boat. The time before we leave for the airport is your free time.
Then, you will transfer to Hanoi airport for your flight to Da Nang. Our local guide will pick you up at Da Nang airport and drive you to Hoi An in about 1 hour.
Stay overnight in Hoi An.
Join in a T’ai Chi class on the deck.
Day 7: Hoi An
Today you will enjoy a full-day tour in Hoi An, the most atmospheric town in Vietnam. Strolling through the old town, you can get a close look at traditional Chinese, Japanese, and local Vietnamese architectures, experience the colorful local markets, and visit ancient temples.
You will visit the Chua Ong Pagoda, Chinese Assembly Hall, 200-year-old Tam Ky House, former merchants’ homes, and the 400-year-old Japanese Covered Bridge. Also, you can visit the colorful local markets to experience the local’s life.
Stay overnight in Hoi An.
Hoi An is the most atmospheric town in Vietnam.
Day 8: Hoi An
Today you will enjoy a free time in this delightful old town. You can take a bike tour to the gorgeous surrounding countryside, or take up a cooking class in the town.
Insider Tips:
For more full-day or half-day tour in Hoi An, you can ask your travel consultant in advance.
Stay overnight in Hoi An.
Day 9: Hoi An to Hue via Da Nang
After breakfast, you will visit My Son Holy Land, where a large complex of religious relics is. You will explore the ruins of ancient temples and towers of the Champa Kingdom between the 4th and 12th centuries.
Then, you will continue your journey to Hue via the Mandarin Road. You can enjoy the beautiful views over the South China Sea outside of Hue by passing through the Hai Van Pass.
Stay overnight in Hue.
Hai Van Pass, the most wonderful pass in Vietnam.
Day 10: Hue
Today’s tour starts with a cyclo tour to the Thang Long Imperial Citadel, a former home to Nguyen emperors that lists as UNESCO heritage site in 2010.
Then, you will visit Thien Mu Pagoda, the best-preserved religious monument in Hue.
The afternoon is free for you to explore the ancient town on your own.
Stay overnight in Hue.
Thang Long Imperial Citadel, an UNESCO heritage site.
Day 11: Hue to Ho Chi Minh City
After breakfast, you will get to take a morning flight from Hue to Ho Chi Minh City, also known as Saigon.
Upon arrival, your local guide will meet you at the airport and send you to your hotel to check in and leave your luggage.
Then, you will head to Dong Khoi Area to explore the highlights of Ho Chi Minh City. You will walk to the Opera House and the former Hotel de Ville, visit the Notre Dame Cathedral and the Central Post Office, and wander up to the War Remnants Museum to gain a glimpse of the war.
Your last sight for today is the Ben Thanh Market, where you can deeply feel the lifestyle of the old Saigon.
Stay overnight in Ho Chi Minh City.
Notre Dame Cathedral is the top famous attractions in Ho Chi Minh City.
Day 12: Ho Chi Minh to Phone Penh
In the morning, you will go to visit the Cu Chi Tunnels, from which you can delve into Vietnam’s turbulent history from the previous century. You will see how the tunnel network works and get to walk into the underground tunnels yourself and feel the wartime atmosphere.
After the tour, you will get to the airport and take a flight to Phone Penh, the capital of Cambodia.
Upon arrival, our guide will meet you at Phnom Penh International Airport and take you to your hotel.
The rest of the day is for you to take a good rest or have a leisure walk around to have a glimpse of the city.
Stay overnight in Phnom Penh.
Cu Chi Tunnel is one of the popular attractions in Vietnam.
Day 13: Phnom Penh
Today’s tour starts with a visit to the Silver Pagoda, which is decorated with about 5,000 silver tiles on the floor. Then, you will visit the Royal Palace, where the Khmer Royal family lives.
The next trip to the National Museum will give you a detailed look at the history of Cambodia and a deeper understanding of the mysterious Khmer Culture.
Today will end with a visit to the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum (S-21 Prison) and Choeung Ek (Killing Fields), where you will learn about the atrocities of the Khmer Rouge and the dark history and devastation that occurred at the Security Prison.
Stay overnight in Phnom Penh.
Silver Pagoda and Royal Palace
Day 14: Phnom Penh to Siem Reap
After breakfast, you will take a long drive from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap. The whole journey takes about 7.5 to 8 hours.
En route, you will visit the ruined temples in Sambor Prei Kuk in Kompong Thom town and the Naga Bridge.
After arriving in Siem Reap in the afternoon, your guide will take you to the hotel. The rest of the day is for you to take a good rest or have a leisure walk around to have a glimpse of the city.
Stay overnight in Siem Reap.
Naga bridge is an ancient stone bridge.
Day 15: Siem Reap
Today, you will enjoy a full-day trip to Angkor Wat, the will of the Khmer Empire that once ruled much of Southeast Asia.
Your morning will begin with a tour of Ta Prohm, a site wrapped in giant silk-cotton trees and strangler figs through which you'll feel like you're in a Tomb Raider setting.
Then you will come to Banteay Kdei, a smaller version of Ta Prohm. You will go through the Victory Gate, Terrace of the Leper King, Royal Palace, Baphuon Temple, and Bayon Temple. Weaving and climbing through winding tunnels and secret chambers, you can experience the mystery of the land up close.
After lunch, you'll have the whole afternoon to explore Angkor Wat, peering through the intricate and ancient stone carvings to see how it once flourished.
Stay overnight in Siem Reap.
Banteay Kdei is a Buddhist temple in Angkor, Cambodia.
Day 16: Siem Reap
After breakfast, you will first visit Banteay Srei. This temple, built in 976 AD and carved out of red sandstone, is one of the three sacred temples in Cambodia and is dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva.
In the afternoon, you will visit Tonle Sap Lake, the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia. You will enjoy the beautiful lake view and mangrove forests on a boat trip. Then, you will visit Kampong Phluk village on the lake to discover the life of the local people who live on the water.
Stay overnight in Siem Reap.
Tonle Sap Lake, the largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia.
Day 17: Siem Reap to Luang Prabang
Today, you will leave Siem Reap and take a flight to Luang Prabang, Laos.
Upon your arrival, your guide will meet you at the airport and transfer you to the hotel. The rest of the day is for you to have a rest or freely explore the surroundings.
Stay overnight in Luang Prbang.
Day 18: Luang Prabang Tour
Today you will spend a full day exploring the city of Luang Prabang. After breakfast, you will first visit the Royal Palace Museum, where you can see many interesting artifacts, such as traditional costumes, jewelry, ornaments, rare furniture, etc.
Then, you will visit Wat Xieng Thong, which is the most famous and beautiful temple in Luang Prabang. Built-in 1560, the temple is a distillation of the ancient temple architecture style. Here, you can appreciate the classical Laotian aesthetics up close, from the roofs sweeping low to the ground to the gold pillars carved with patterns.
After that, you will move on to the Wat Wisunarat Temple and Wat Aham with impressive stupas.
In the afternoon, you will head to the Arts and Ethnology Centre to learn more about Laos’ ethnic cultures and continue to visit the weaving villages of Ban Xiengkhong and Ban Xienglek.
Later, you will get back to the city and visit Wat Mai before climbing up Mount Phousi. You will be indulged in the sunset view of the city and the Mekong River.
At night, you can explore the Night Market, where you will find kinds of handmade textiles, homemade handicrafts, etc.
Stay overnight in Luang Prabang.
Royal Palace now is the National Museum in Luang Prabang.
Day 19: Luang Prabang
Before breakfast at the hotel, you will first partake in a Morning Alms (Sai Bat) on the street.
Then, after having breakfast, you will go to take a 2-hour boat trip along the Mekong River to the Pak Ou Cave. En route, you will not only enjoy the scenery along the Mekong River but also see how the locals lead their life at the riverside.
Later, you will explore the Pak Ou Cave, where a number of gold lacquered Buddha statues are.
The last site for today is Kuang Si Waterfalls. You can enjoy the natural scenery, take some exciting outdoor activities, or just relax in the park.
After the tour, you will be transferred back to the city.
Stay overnight in Luang Prabang.
The stunning natural scenery of Kuang Si Waterfalls.
Day 20: Luang Prabang to Vang Vieng
After the breakfast in the morning, you will leave Luang Prabang and head to Vang Vieng. It takes about 5 to 6 hours to drive from Luang Prabang to Vang Vieng. Upon your arrival, you can have a good rest in the hotel.
Stay overnight in Vang Vieng.
Day 21: Vang Vieng Tour
Vang Vieng is a wonderful place where you can enjoy the impressive countryside scenery of Laos, and there are a lot of interesting things to do here.
After breakfast, you will first go to visit the Tham Xang (Elephant Cave). It is a temple cave and is named after a huge stalagmite resembling an elephant inside. Pilgrims visit the site every year to pray for good health.
Then visit Tham Jang Cave, which is one of the most famous caves in Vang Vieng. It was once an army bunker in the early 19th century. To get into the cave, you will take a walk up a steep set of steps, but it is worth the effort.
After lunch, you will enjoy kayaking along the Nam Song river. The Nam Song River at Vang Vieng is home to some of the most fascinating scenery in Laos. You can spend a relaxing time along the gentle waves, enjoy the beautiful scenery around.
And the rest of the day is free at leisure, you can take a short stroll down to the river bank to enjoy the sunset.
Stay overnight in Vang Vieng.
Spectacular view of Tham Jang Cave
Day 22: Vang Vieng to Vientiane
In the morning, your guide will pick you up and take you to Vientiane, the capital of Laos. It takes about 4 hours to reach Vientiane by van from Vang Vieng.
On the way, you will visit the traditional Hmong village at KM 52 and the archaeological site of Vang Xang, which was a Buddhist sanctuary during the 11th century. You will also visit the fishing village of Ban Houy Mo, and enjoy lunch at a local restaurant.
After arriving in Vientiane, you can have a good rest in your hotel, or stroll around to explore the local restaurants, evening markets etc.
Stay overnight in Vientiane.
The archaeological site of Vang Xang
Day 23: Vientiane Tour
Today, you will take a full-day trip in Vientiane. You will first go to visit the famous Wat Si Saket, which is the oldest temple in Vientiane. The temple was completed in 1818, and have a collection of more than 2,000 ceramic and silver Buddha images. Then travel to the spectacular Patuxai Monument, which is a large victory arch, marking the independence of Laos from French colonial rule.
After that, you will move on to Pha That Luang, a 45 meter high gold-covered Buddhist stupa and the national symbol of Laos. It is built in 16th century, and has a history of more than 450 years.
The final visit of the day will be the COPE Visitor Centre. Laos is one of the most heavily bombed countries in the world. And the COPE Visitor Centre teach visitors to Laos about the rehabilitation process for people injured by unexploded ordnance hidden in the Lao countryside.
Stay overnight in Vientiane.
Wat Si Saket, the oldest temple in Laos.
Day 24: Vientiane Departure
Say goodbye to Laos.
You are free to arrange your time before taking the scheduled transfer to the airport.
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Service Included

Private transfer and English-speaking tour guide
All entrance ticket fees for sightseeing listed in the itinerary
Flight and train tickets mentioned in the itinerary
Private van for land transportation
Meals as specified in the itinerary
Hotel accommodation
Governmental taxes

Service Excluded

International air tickets
Visa Handling fee, visa stamp fee
Meals as not listed in the itinerary
Tips and gratitude to the guide and driver
Surcharge for public holidays (if any)
Personal expenses, like laundry, phone call, snacks, soft drinks, etc.

Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos Travel Restriction

In an effort to restart tourism and help the local economy recover, Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos have lowered COVID-19 travel restrictions.

Before entering Vietnam you will need to purchase travel insurance with COVID-19 full coverage and download and use the “PC-Covid Viet Nam” Mobile app in order to enter the country.

To enteri Cambodia, you need to provide the vaccination certificate. If this is not available, you will need to take a COVID-19 rapid antigen test upon arrival in Cambodia.

And while entering Laos, you need to provide a valid vaccination certificate or proof of a negative COVID-19 test (no more than 48 hours before arriving) and register it online with a health declaration form. Then, you will get a QR code to show on arrival.

We are well aware of the need for safety in traveling abroad in the post-pandemic era. We will provide you with one-to-one travel consultant service throughout the whole process to assist you in completing the visa application and proof of vaccination required by the destination quickly and safely. Professional local guides, drivers, and other services will escort your trip.

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