Day 1-4: Bangkok is one of Asia major city and the capital of Thailand. Visit the illustrious Grand Palace and some of the major temples, a floating market, travel to Ayutthaya the previous capital of Thailand.
Day 5-7: Chiang Mai, the rose of the north is a wonderful city with lovely ancient temples and major arts and craft industries. Visit elephant camp, go wild and do the “flight of the Gibbon” zip-lining and visit hill tribes.
Day 8-10: Thailand’s islands are legendary, they are a tropical paradise with perfect sandy beaches, deep blue sea and an abundance of marine life and activities. Time to rest and explore in boats and canoes, diving, snorkeling and fishing.
Day 1-3: Saigon, the heartbeat of the nation is growing fast and is fast becoming a major financial capital of South East Asia. Visit the city, Cu Chi Tunnels and a day trip to the Mekong Delta.
Day 4-6: Hoi An, a well-preserved ancient seaport and Hue, the ancient capital, in Central Vietnam offer a glimpse of Vietnam past. Enjoy the surrounding villages, the beautiful temples, the unique Cham Culture in My Son and relax on the pristine sandy beaches.
Day 7-10 Hanoi, the capital clearly shows French and Chinese influence. Visit the chaotic Old Quarter and Ho Chi Minh Complex. Halong Bay offers a dramatic landscape of spectacular limestone outcroppings. Spend a night or two on a traditional junk boat.
You may wish to extend your visit and travel by train to Sapa in the Northwest Mountains for hiking and meeting the ethnic minorities that live in the area.
These itineraries allows you to see a great variety of Thailand and Vietnam and to experience much that these fascinating countries have to offer, delicious food, friendly people, spectacular scenery, and much more! Consider adding an extension to see the wonders of Angkor Wat in Cambodia or the historic and charming World Heritage Town of Luang Prabang in Laos.
Day 1-3: Siem Reap is the gateway to the temples of Angkor. A world heritage complex of over 400 temples from the 9th to the 14th century that tell the story of the the Khmer empire. Visit the major temples, the most famous Angkor Wat and the floating village on Tonle Sap Lake
Day 4-6: Phnom Penh is the slowly growing capital city. Located on the Mekong River it is a one of the Mekong River cruises stop. Visit the Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda, Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum and the killing field of Choeung Ek.