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Wendy Wu Treasures of Vietnam & China

Combine the history of Saigon and the charm of Hoi An with the delights of Hanoi and Hue in Vietnam before crossing hte border into China. Here, we visit bustling Beijing, cosmopolitan Shanghai, picturesque Guillin and historic Xian. This itinerary is rich in the beauty, history and culture of the Orient.

Tour Highlights:

Mekong Delta
Halong Bay
Giant Pandas

What’s Included:

Return international flights
All Accommodation
All meals
All transportation & transfers
All sightseeing & entrance fees
English speaking National Escort & local guides
Visa fees for UK & EU passport holders.

Wendy Wu Treasures of Vietnam & China Itinerary:

Days 1-2: Fly to Saigon

Fly overnight to Saigon, Vietnam's most evocative and largest city. Depending on your time of arrival the rest of the day is yours to start soaking up the local culture.

Day 3: Discover Saigon

Seamlessly blending past and present, Saigon is both a treasure trove of cultural sights and the city that is driving Vietnam towards a brighter future. Visit the Notre Dame Cathedral and the Central Post Office – legacies of a colonial past, the Reunification Palace and Ben Thanh Market. Also visit the War Remnants Museum, Cholon, and Thien Hau Pagoda.

Day 4: Mekong Delta Cruise

Travel to Ben Tre to take a cruise on the Mekong. Called the ‘Rice Basket of Vietnam', get a glimpse of daily life on the Mekong Delta. Return to Saigon.

Day 5: Cu Chi Tunnels & Tay Ninh

Get to grips with the horrors of guerrilla warfare at the astonishing Cu Chi Tunnels before travelling to Tay Ninh to attend the noon service at the Cao Dai Temple, one of the most striking structures in Asia. Return to Saigon.

Days 6-7: Historic Hoi An

Fly to Danang and transfer to the UNESCO listed Hoi An, with a stop at the Marble Mountains en route. Take a walking tour of this charming town. A wonderfully laidback and wilfully traditional place, the streets are a delight to wander – visit an old merchant's house, the elaborate Japanese Bridge and the market. The next day, visit Tra Que Village.

Days 8-9: Imperial Hue

Drive to Hue. Take a cyclo ride up to the imposing imperial citadel to explore. The next day, voyage along the Perfume River to Thien Mu Pagoda before travelling to An Hien House. Finally visit the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Royal Tomb of Minh Mang.

Day 10: Fly to Hanoi

Fly to the graceful and exotic capital city of Hanoi, dubbed the ‘Paris on the Orient'. Walk to Hoan Kiem Lake and watch the water puppets.

Day 11: Halong Bay Junk Cruise

Take a traditional Junk cruise amongst karst peaks on the tranquil green waters of Halong Bay. A UNESCO World Heritage Site and a vision of awe-inspiring beauty, it isn't hard to see why it is one of Vietnam's most popular destinations. A fresh seafood meal is included during your voyage.

Day 12: Explore Hanoi

Hanoi brings all the charms of the past with all the buzz of the future in one fast paced yet refined city. Explore the Ho Chi Minh Quarter, and walk past Ho Chi Minh's mausoleum, the Stilt House and One Pillar Pagoda. Also visit the Temple of Literature and Hanoi's charming Old Quarter.

Days 13-14: Pandas

Fly to Chengdu where, this evening, you can sample the delicious Sichuan cuisine. Next day, visit Chengdu's famous Panda Conservation Centre where you can see China's celebrated bears up close in surroundings that mirror their natural habitat. Later, fly to Guilin.

Days 15: Reed Flute Cave

This morning, visit Mount Diecai, also known as ‘Folded Brocade Hill'. Later, see the colourful formations of the Reed Flute Cave.

Day 16-17: Li River Cruise & Yangshuo

Take a relaxed cruise along the Li River to Yangshuo. The next morning, explore this unique rural location before taking the afternoon at leisure. In the evening, see the famous cormorant fishermen.

Days 18-19: Terracotta Warriors

Travel to Guilin and fly to Xian. This evening indulge in traditional Shui Jiao dumplings followed by a performance of Tang Dynasty dancing. The Terracotta Army of Emperor Qin Shi Huang has intrigued visitors for years. Spend the next morning viewing the enigmatic ranks before strolling on Xian's city walls.

Day 20: Discover Xian

Admire the fascinating relics of the Shaanxi Museum and take a stroll through the atmospheric alleys of the Muslim Quarter. Board an overnight train to Beijing.

Days 21-22: Imperial Beijing

Arriving in Beijing, savour the idyllic landscapes of the Summer Palace and sample the local delicacy – Peking Duck. The next day stroll across Tiananmen Square and into the sprawling magnificence of the Forbidden City where you'll find a complex full of imperial treasures. Also visit the lovely Temple of Heaven.

Day 23: Great Wall of China

This morning is dedicated to China's most iconic sight – the Great Wall. Taking a walk on this incredible structure is the best way to appreciate its sheer magnificence. Round off the day with a Chinese acrobatic show.

Days 24-25: Fly to Shanghai

Fly to Shanghai and spend the following days exploring this cosmopolitan city. Visits include the Yu Gardens, the ‘old town', Shanghai Museum and the colonial architecture of the Bund. Also discover modern Pudong and explore the restored Xintiandi area with its unique 1920s Shikumen buildings. Dine on traditional Shanghai cuisine and take a cruise on the panoramic Huangpu River.

Day 26: Fly to Shanghai

Fly to the UK, arriving home the same or following day.

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