"Visit the bustling cities of Singapore and Hong Kong, discovering the many shades of Vietnam during your journey."
Vietnam is a thriving, modern country with a richly textured history. You’ll see its many sides on this journey, from discovering Hue’s Forbidden Purple City to exploring Ha Long Bay, a natural treasure and UNESCO World Heritage Site. You’ll also experience the culture here, whether you’re exploring Ho Chi Minh City museums or learning about Cham customs in Nha Trang
This island state is situated at the end of the Malaysian Peninsula and is separated from Malaysia by the narrow
Enjoy a day at sea.
Formerly known as Saigon, the 'Pearl of Vietnam' is still popularly referred to by its old name, especially in the
Saigon is known to many as the 'Paris of Asia' for its wide boulevards graced by beautiful French Colonial villas
The main attractions of the coastal town of Nha Trang are the monumental Cham Towers and white sand beaches.
Centrally located between historic cities, the working port of Chan May is the gateway to Da Nang, Hoi An, and
Ha Long Bay is among Vietnam's most celebrated attractions and a designated World Heritage Site.
The name Ha Long Bay, or where the dragon descends into the sea, has its origin in an ancient legend.
Enjoy a day at sea.
Hong Kong Island and Kowloon are divided both physically and psychologically by Victoria Harbour.
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