Thứ Sáu, 28 tháng 12, 2012

Enthralling and enraging in equal amounts, Vietnam‘s long-held position as a travel icon is more than deserved. In no other country is the collision of Southeast Asia’s past, present and future so stark. At times, this clash can seem so confronting and confusing as to send even experienced travellers fleeing for the nearest luxury hotel. However, like most things in life, the more you put in, the more you get out – and in Vietnam just a little preparation will set you up for the trip of a lifetime.

1. Keep smiling

Vietnam Travel PackagesDespite the grumbles of many visitors, Vietnamese people are mostly just as friendly as their Southeast Asian counterparts. However, unlike in Thailand, Cambodia and Laos – where local residents are genuinely curious about who you are and where you’ve come from – Vietnamese people tend to ignore lost-looking foreigners unless you actually ask for help. But be assured that if you ask a local a question with a smile, you’ll almost certainly have it answered and the smile returned.

2. Be wary of taxi scams

Vietnam Travel PackagesFor many, motorcycle taxis are the only way to truly see the thronging streets of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh. However, although unlikely, scams can happen and your best protection is a decent knowledge of where you are going and points along the way. If you think you’re going the wrong way, simply tell your driver to pull over and flag down a new bike – those that stop should at least know the English names of the main tourist sights. Also, organise for a hotel pick-up from the airport – scam taxis are rife and, as my quickly lightened wallet can attest, far more expensive and stressful than the $5 you supposedly could save.

3. Know your night buses

Vietnam Travel PackagesOvernight buses are a great way to cover long distances and save on accommodation costs, but make sure you book a top bunk as far as possible from the loo (normally situated near the back). Not to put too fine a point on it, a lot of buses don’t have working bathrooms and the further back you are, the worse the smell gets. Also, unless you have an iron bladder, don’t drink more than absolutely necessary, as rest stops seem to be purely at the whim of the driver and are skipped completely if the bus is running late. On one seven-hour bus trip – that ended up being a 16-hour voyage – I was very glad to have followed this tip. Not all of the other passengers had done so – enough said!

4. Avoid nightlife trouble

Vietnam has possibly the cheapest beer in the world but it pays not to overdo it. In Hanoi there is an official curfew on bars and nightclubs, which the police may turn up and enforce unless the owner has paid a suitable ‘fee’. Hiding in the dark as the club pretends to be closed while a police car drives by can be amusing, but it sucks when half your group gets thrown out by the cops and can’t get back in. Meanwhile, Nha Trang leaves a sorry trail of wallet-lightened backpackers who experienced the not-uncommon misfortune of running into pickpocketing prostitutes – and attendant gangs – on their way home after a night out.

5. Motorcycle safely

Vietnam Travel PackagesClarkson may have done it, but he had a whole production crew and still ended up with a couple of broken ribs. Vietnam is not the place to learn to ride a motorbike. I have rarely been as scared as the moment I had to cross a traffic-light-free four-lane junction where scooters dodged each other by mere inches. The roads are truly terrifying and unfortunately the stories of tourists killed attempting a two-wheeled adventure are all too based in fact.

If you’re determined to get the thrill of a bike, it’s worth looking into the Dalat Easy Rider (dalat-easyrider.com) where an experienced Vietnamese rider will take care of the driving so you can sit back and enjoy the scenery.

6. Be bold

Most important of all: don’t be scared. Vietnam can seem intimidating and overwhelming at first, but keep a sense of humour and everything will work out fine. Just like the streets of Hanoi, where to cross the road you have to wade out into moving traffic whispering prayers to any and every god that you won’t get hit, the worst thing you can do is freeze. Keep moving at a steady pace and the bedlam will slowly envelop and glide around you – until magically you are right where you wanted to be without a single scratch!
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Thứ Năm, 27 tháng 12, 2012

Stroll past Yangon’s Bogyoke market and it’s impossible not to detect the fast-paced change that is sweeping through Myanmar (Burma). Government-backed banks on the market’s fringes are finally selling Kyat at a market rate, while hawkers openly tout Aung San Suu Kyi T-shirts and National League for Democracy (NLD) mugs.
Yet for all this, and the cautiously welcomed decision by the government to allow wider press freedom, Myanmar is still a very different place to travel than its Southeast Asian neighbours, lacking the widespread infrastructure and western comforts found over the border in Thailand. However, follow these tips and you’ll be certain to get the very best out of this stunning destination.

1. Pack noise-cancelling headphones

Myanmar ToursBefore you leave for Myanmar, be sure to spend any extra cash on a decent pair of noise-cancelling headphones, essential for cutting out the booming, distorted sound of the TV on long-distance bus rides. Buses are by far the cheapest way to travel in Myanmar, meaning 52-seat coaches are chock full of locals looking to be entertained. The Burmese are fanatical about music videos starring perfectly coiffed but unlucky-in-love boys, soaps centring on love triangles at street corner tea stands, and lengthy clips of Buddhist chanting. All bases are covered, at ear-splitting volume, whether on a short hop from Yangon to Bago or on the epic ten-hour west-east route from Bagan to Inle Lake. On overnight buses, the TV can be left on until as late as 1am.

2. Go veggie

Myanmar ToursBurmese food can be every bit as delicious as its Thai and Vietnamese cousins. But eating meat here can be a chastening experience. According to one Bagan cafe owner, chickens can be kept for as long as 15 years before being slaughtered when they finally stop laying eggs. We don’t need to tell you that the meat is hardly succulent and tender. Similarly, a short walk through Nyaungshwe market’s meat stalls is fascinating, but won’t leave you hungry for beef. Instead, go veggie. Thanks to the huge Buddhist population, options are plentiful. The ethnic Shan food is especially good for non-meat eaters, with hearty noodle broths supplemented with super-fresh greens, many grown on the floating fields around Inle Lake.

3. Wear shoes at all times

Myanmar ToursAll Asian cities can feel grubby in rainy season. But Yangon suffers especially during the wet months of June to September. Wearing shoes is vital at this time. Not only will it stop your feet from getting soaked, you’ll also avoid any nasty stubbed toes on the uneven pavements, of which there are many. The city has largely been left to its own devices by the government since the capital was moved to Nay Pyi Taw in 2005. Rubbish goes uncollected, many sidewalks are simply muddy paths and rats scavenge openly in side streets. Sandals are not a smart idea if you’re even slightly squeamish about what you might tread in. Ditch them and you’ll be able to stride fearlessly through this delightful, crumbling colonial city.

4. Check your cab has got a handle to hold on to

Owing to economic sanctions imposed by the West since the military crackdown of 1988, taxis in Myanmar are by and large ageing white Toyota Celica estates. Car imports are heavily restricted and only the very richest manage to get hold of swanky new 4x4s. While the engines of these old motors still purr thanks to Burmese mechanical nous, they’re obviously well behind the safety-focused cars of today. Seat belts on back seats are notable by their absence, so before you slide in and get driven off into the chaos of Yangon’s roads, be sure to check your cab at least has a handle for you to grab hold of when flying round corners or overtaking colonial-era trucks on single lane highways.

5. Never sit down on hired bikes

Myanmar ToursHiring bikes is one of the best ways to see rural Myanmar, giving a great insight into areas well away from the major cities of Yangon and Mandalay. But if you want to enjoy sitting down for a meal after a long day’s ride, then be sure to stand on the pedals as often as you can while you’re out sightseeing. This is especially true on the rutted roads around Nyaungshwe, a truly bone-shaking experience that’ll be made all the more uncomfortable if you use the saddle. It might seem more awkward, but you’ll be skipping some of the harshest saddle sore imaginable come the evening.
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Thứ Tư, 26 tháng 12, 2012

From the island-studded seas of the north to the meandering waterways of the south, Vietnam is a country defined by the diversity of its land and the resilience and generosity of its people. Lonely Planet Traveller magazine shows you how to take the perfect trip to Vietnam.

Halong Bay: best for coast

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The mystical landscape of Halong Bay, where over 2000 limestone islets rise from the Gulf of Tonkin. Photo by Matt Munro

Once upon a time, a friendly dragon lived in the heavens above Halong Bay. With invaders from the seas threatening Vietnam, the gods asked the dragon to create a natural barrier to protect its people. The dragon kindly obliged, performing a spectacular crash landing along the coast – digging up chunks of rock with its flailing tail and spitting out pearls – before grinding to a halt. This scene of devastation is now known as Halong Bay – Halong literally translates as ‘where the dragon descends into the sea’.

Less exciting explanations of this landscape involve eons of erosion by winds and waves – but nobody disputes the splendour of the end result. Rising from the shallows of the Gulf of Tonkin are thousands of limestone islands – towering monoliths lined up like dominoes, some teetering at worrying angles. The islands’ names testify to the overactive  imaginations of sailors who’ve spent too long at sea – Fighting Cock Island, Finger Island, Virgin Grotto. Having largely resisted human settlement, the islands have become home to other creatures. From above, sea eagles swoop down to pluck fish from the waters, carrying their prey – still flapping – high into the air, and squawking congratulations to each other from their nests.

Hanoi: best for city life

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Fruit seller heading to market. Photo by Matt Munro

It’s rush hour in Hanoi, and the streets of the city’s Old Quarter throng with hundreds of scooters. The pavement and the central reservation are fair game in the chaos; zebra crossings exist more as a personal challenge than a guarantee of safe passage. Hanoi is a city that refuses to grow old gracefully – a millennium-old capital of crumbling pagodas and labyrinthine streets, now undergoing a werewolf-like transformation into a 21st-century Asian metropolis. In the Old Quarter, ancient temples now neighbour karaoke joints, and dynasties of artisans ply their trade next to shops selling cuddly toys the size of grizzly bears.

Few have studied the changing face of the city as closely as Do Hien, an artist who has spent a lifetime painting Hanoi’s streets. He welcomes me to his studio, and idly leafs through sketches of city life – couples waltzing beside the willows of Hoan Kiem Lake, and alleyways where hawkers prepare steaming bowls of pho. ‘Hanoi is a place that runs in your blood,’ Hien says thoughtfully, sitting cross-legged among stubs of incense sticks and paintbrushes strewn across his studio floor. ‘Had I not lived in this city I might not be able to paint like I do.’

Sapa: best for walking

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Ripening paddies near Sapa. Photo by Matt Munro

An evening fog hangs over Sapa. Clouds sporadically open up a bit to reveal a village, a chunk of a mountain, a patch of jungle, before obscuring them from view again, like stage scenery sliding into the wings. Eventually the clouds lift, and the Hoang Lien mountain range emerges. It is a landscape of extraordinary beauty – the Asian highlands half-remembered from childhood picture books and martial-arts films. Above are peaks thick to their summits with greenery. Below, rice terraces run down the hillsides at right angles, as neatly as the folds in origami paper.
Sapa is a town where the weather seems to operate on random rotation – switching between brilliant sunshine, thick fog, driving rain and occasionally a dusting of snow, before coming full circle to brilliant sunshine, often all within the space of a few minutes. A hill station settled by Vietnam’s French colonists, Sapa now serves as a trailhead for hikers happy to run the meteorological lottery of a walk in these mountains. ‘We have four seasons in one day here,’ explains Giang Thi Mo, my guide, shimmying along the edge of a rice paddy as a rain cloud approaches. ‘There’s no way to predict the weather – just be lucky!’
We pass through a village, and Mo points to bamboo irrigation systems that send trickles down the hillsides and into rice pounders that see-saw with the current. ‘There’s a Hmong saying that “we flow with the water”,’ she explains. ‘It means we don’t worry too much, and take things easy.’

Hoi An: best for food

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Le Hanh gives a demonstration at her cooking school, Gioan. Photo by Matt Munro

Hoi An is a small town that likes a big breakfast. As dawn musters strength on the horizon, a small army of chefs sets to work on Thai Phien street – firing up gas cookers and arranging plastic furniture on the pavements. Soon, the city awakes to sweet porridges; coffee that sends a lightning bolt of caffeine to sleepy heads; sizzling steaks; broths that swim with turmeric, chilli and ginger. In Vietnam, street food is a serious business – a single dish prepared day after day by the same cook, perfected and honed by a lifetime’s craft.
‘Food in Hoi An is about yin and yang,’ explains Le Hanh, a young female chef scrutinising vegetables at the morning market. ‘It’s about balancing hot with cool, sweet with sour, salty with spicy.’ True to Hanh’s philosophy, cooking in Hoi An goes big on contrasting flavours; food that plays good cop/bad cop with the palate. The sharpness of fish sauce blends with the subtlety of fresh herbs; cool lemongrass makes way for the eye-watering panic of accidentally chomping on a red chilli.

Mekong Delta: best for river life

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Watermelons being offloaded at Cai Rang floating market. Photo by Matt Munro

A heavy rain is falling on the Mekong Delta, flooding the footpaths, swilling in the gutters, turning riverbank mud from light tan to a rich coffee colour. A tangled network of rivers, tributaries and canals, the waters of the delta criss-cross the lowlands of southern Vietnam, before emptying out into the South China Sea through mighty, yawning estuaries. For centuries, life here has ebbed and flowed in tandem with the current of the Mekong – an all-in-one launderette, bathtub, highway, toilet, dishwasher, larder, social club and workplace for the communities surrounded by its waters.
‘If you live on a river island with twenty other people you have to learn to get along with everyone,’ explains Mrs Bui Nguyen, beckoning strangers to shelter in her bungalow beside the Cai Chanh canal. ‘That’s the reason why people in the Mekong are so friendly!’ A 77-year-old who attributes her longevity to a lifetime avoiding doctors, Mrs Nguyen wistfully reflects on the delta of old – in days when the only artificial light came from peanut oil lamps dotted along the riverbanks; an age long before roads had reached the villages. Times have changed. However, human life still instinctively congregates on the water’s edge. Lining the riverbank nearby are grocers’ shops, cafés, a gym, a billiards club and a blacksmith’s. Floating markets, too, are still held every morning at nearby Cai Rang – with creaking barges from across the delta bashing into each other as they offload cargoes of watermelons, pineapples and turnips.

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Thứ Ba, 25 tháng 12, 2012

Overview
Explore the rich and thrilling culture of one of the most mysterious and undiscovered destinations in the world and experience the ultimate in stylish sightseeing on this Balloon Safari adventure over mystical Myanmar.

Myanmar ToursDiscover the impressive colonial and spiritual heritage of Yangon, one of the most fascinating capitals of South East Asia. Living in the lap of colonial luxury at the elegant Strand Hotel, "finest hostelry east of the Suez" since 1901, you will spend a day discovering the city's pagodas, museums and markets and enjoy fine dining at the renowned Le Planteur restaurant.

Continuing on to Heho in the Shan state you will experience the thrill of an adventurous aerial view of Pindaya's spectacular landscape in your first hot-air balloon ride. Guided by gentle winds not exceeding 15mph, you will enjoy a bird's-eye view of the state's tiny villages and pagodas as you glide over the valleys and mountains below.

Enjoy a stunning sunrise balloon ride the following morning before continuing by antique BOB bus and private motorboat to discover the floating gardens and stilt villages of Inle Lake. After exploring the lake's floating markets by canoe, you will learn how to prepare a traditional Inthar meal and enjoy a taste of the region's hospitality while lunching with a local family.

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Inle Lake before transferring to Bagan. Enjoy a bird's-eye view of area's 2,142 temples and pagodas from your hot-air balloon as you glide over forests of glittering stupas laid out like a mystical chess board below. A sunset boat trip and candle-light dinner ends the magical day.

Itinerary
Day 1 - ARRIVE IN YANGON
On arrival you will be greeted by your guide and transferred to your hotel to enjoy a delicious welcome dinner.
Overnight at The Strand Hotel in Yangon

Day 2 - YANGON
Today you'll be exploring Yangon and taking a closer look at the local life of this impressive colonial city. Discover Myanmar's glorious history at the National Museum, visit the golden Sule pagoda and enjoy a walk around Mahabandoola Park to take in the colonial courthouse and city hall. After lunch at a local restaurant, shop for handicrafts at the bustling Bogyoke Market and end the day at the Shwedagon Pagoda with its glittering gold-covered stupa. Overnight at The Strand Hotel in Yangon

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Day 3 - YANGON - HEHO - PINDAYA
This morning you fly to Heho in the Shan state where you will be met by your guide and transferred by colonial antique bus to Pindaya, a small quiet town perched on the banks of the placid Botoloke Lake. Relax or take a walk around town before gathering under the Banyan trees for a bonfire dinner.
Overnight at Inle Inn in Pindaya

Day 4 - PINDAYA - NYAUNG SHWE - INLE
After breakfast, enjoy a stunning sunrise balloon flight over Pindaya with sweeping views of the lush Shan hills and the quaint town. After the journey, you will proceed to the "Shwe U Min" Cave, the cavernous home to thousands of Buddha images since the 11th century. Enjoy a picnic lunch before transferring to the town of Nyaung Shwe. Travel by private motorboat to your hotel on Inle Lake, passing stilted villages, floating gardens, and canoes powered by leg-rowing fishermen.
Overnight at the Inle Princess Resort on Inle Lake

Myanmar ToursDay 5 - INLE - IN DEIN - INLEballoon tours in Myanamr
Float over the scenic lake on an early morning balloon ride enjoying breath taking views of the water and surroundings. Return to land and on to Inle's colorful floating morning market, buy cooking ingredients and continue to an Inthar house to experience traditional cooking and share lunch with the family. After lunch, you will continue to In Dein, a small village on the western bank of the lake, and enjoy panoramic views of the area from the beautiful pagoda hill there.
Overnight at the Inle Princess Resort on Inle Lake

Day 6 - INLE - NYAUNG SHWE - BAGAN (B,L,D)
Take off this morning for another balloon flight over Inle Lake. The skilled pilots use their knowledge of the winds to steer the balloon over the floating villages and gardens and at higher altitude you will be amazed at the sweeping views of the lake's villages and intricate network of canals. This afternoon transfer to the Heho airport for a flight to Bagan where you will be welcomed with a delicious dinner.
Overnight at Thiripyitsaya Sakura Hotel in Bagan.

Day 7 - BAGAN
This morning awake early for a sunrise flight over the plains of Bagan. Drift past ancient temples in the serene morning air and enjoy the views on your one hour flight. Continue to explore the temples on land with a picnic lunch at a quiet temple before setting off on a boat cruise along the Irrawaddy River for yet another perspective of the temples. Dine by candlelight this evening at an ancient temple where your farewell dinner is accompanied by a traditional dance performance.
Overnight at Sakura Thiripyitsaya Hotel, Bagan

Myanmar ToursDay 8 - BAGAN - DEPARTURE (B,L)Balloon tours in Bagan
This morning embark on another flight over the plains of Bagan. Drift over more magnificent ruins with panoramic views of the planes and the Irrawaddy River. Then, visit a lacquer-ware factory where you can observe the entire process of creating this beautiful handicraft from start to finish. After lunch, transfer to the airport for your onward flight.

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Departure Dates
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8th December 2010
12th December 2010
15th December 2010

Our Balloon Safaris Inle & Bagan Tour Includes:
- Accommodation on half twin share with breakfast
- Meals as mentioned in the program (B= breakfast, L= lunch, D= dinner)
- House wines, spirit juices and soft drinks are included with all lunches and dinners start from day 3.
- English speaking station guides service (in Yangon our guide & Balloon adventures and site seeing in Shan state & Bagan- BOB guide)
- Entrance fees to all places visited. (mentioned in the itinerary)
- Transfer & transportation as indicated
- Yangon/Heho flight on Air Mandalay, Yangon Airways or Air Bagan including insurance surcharges
- All services mentioned in the itinerary
- Visa on arrival service including visa fee

Our Balloon Safaris Inle & Bagan Tour does not Include:
- Airfare after Balloons Safari Program International Airfare
- All expenses of a personal nature including laundry, wine or liquor and all service not mentioned in the itinerary
- Trip insurance
- Tips for the local crews

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All the touring itineraries on Huong Viet website have been carefully crafted by our in-country management teams and represent a series of experiences we can certainly recommend. However, we understand that every travel experience should be as unique and individual as each traveler. Our consultants are waiting to hear from you so that we can tailor or custom design a Myanmar tour to your individual specifications.

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Thứ Hai, 24 tháng 12, 2012

Vietnam Travel PackagesDay 1: Arrival - HANOI (-/-/-) On arrival at Noi Bai Airport, you are met and transferred to hotel for check in. Then, you enjoy a tour by cyclo around the old quarter streets to discover the local people life. O/N in Ha Noi.

Vietnam Packages ToursDay 2: HANOI CITY TOUR (B/-/-) (B,L) 
Today we commence our sightseeing of Hanoi with the
Ho Chi Minh Complex containing the mausoleum of the nation's founder Ho Chi Minh, the Presidential Palace and the Ho Chi Minh's house on stilts. Close to this complex is the One Pillar Pagoda, whose origins date back to the foundation of Hanoi. We follow this with a visit to the Temple of Literature, well known as Vietnam's first university, and the Ethnology Museum which displays an excellent collection of artifacts illustrating the Vietnam’s ethnic minorities with their own traditions, cultures & life-styles. The peaceful lake of Hoan Kiem with its sacred temple and the bustling Hang Be or Dong Xuan Market are also visited before taking 1-hour cyclo around the old quarters.
Lastly, you will have a chance to enjoy a very unique traditional art performance named Water Puppet Show.
O/N in Ha Noi.

Day 3: HANOI - Departure (B/-/-) At leisure until transfer to Noi Bai Airport for departure flight (check out hotel before 12h00)

Cost in US$ per person in the party (valid 30 Sep'11)
HANOI STOPOVER TOUR
Standard
First
Superior
2 pax
    165    195    285
3 - 6 pax
    138    168    258
7 -10 pax
    112    142    232
11 - 14 pax
    94    125    220
15 - 19 Paxs
    92    120    214
20 - Upwards
    86    117    212
Single supplement
    48    78    168
Full board supplement
    35    40    40

INCLUDING:
- Transportation in private air-conditioned vehicle with driver
- Accommodation in hotels (twin shared room) with daily breakfast
- English or French speaking guide
- Entrance fee to indicated sights
- Water puppet show

EXCLUDING: Other meals, tip, drinks, airport tax, single room, personal expenses, insurance.
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Thứ Sáu, 21 tháng 12, 2012

Overview
Myanmar ToursIn 1431, King Min Saw Mon established Mrauk U in Myanmar as the capital of the last unified Arakanese Kingdom. An important trading port with links to Portugal, the Netherlands, Arabia, Persia and India, the city eventually reached a size of 120,000 in the mid sixteenth century.

The city offers the visitor many chances to study the cultural and a proud heritage handed down to the present day Rakhine generation by their forefathers. Mrauk U can rightfully be claimed as the "Open-air Museum" of the arts and culture of the people of Rakhine.

Starting from Sittwe, capital of the Rakhine state, you will uncover the traditional local lifestyles in this town that is located at the mouth of the Kaladan River by the Bay of Bengal. Often overlooked as a convenient stopping point for Mrauk U, Sittwe will reward you with visions of a colorful hinterland seaport with abundance of fish and crops.

Cruising upstream along the Kaladan River on a private boat, you will arrive at Mrauk U archaeological park. The ancient city is now deserted but the ruined temples form an impressive and extensive stone record of a kingdom once one of the most important and powerful in the Indian Ocean.

The most impressive of these historical edifices is the Shitthaung Temple, a fortress-like temple known for its labyrinth of tunnels while the Andawthein Ordination Hall, Ratanabon Pagoda, Dukkhanthein and Laymyetnha are other sites of cultural and archaeological value. A return boat journey via Kaladan River will bring you back to Sittwe.

ITINERARY
Myanmar ToursDay 1 - YANGON - SITTWE (L,D)
Upon your arrival in Sittwe from Yangon, we will bring you to Noble Hotel. In Sittwe, the capital of Rakhine state, you will explore a city with a mixture of Indian and Southeast Asian influences by the Bay of Bengal. Marvel at the many varieties of fish sold at the lively fish market and deepen your understanding of Rakhine culture at the Cultural Museum.
Overnight in Sittwe.

Day 2 - SITTWE - MRAUK U (B,L)
Following breakfast, cruise upstream along Kaladan River on boat trip to Mrauk U, a major archaeological site in Myanmar. Arriving in Mrauk U at midday, you will witness the former grandiose of this ancient town, famed as Myanmar's second eminent temple site after Bagan, during your visits to Koethaung Temple, Pitakataik Library, Laungbanpyauk Pagoda, Yadana Mannaung and Sakaya Mannaung Pagodas.
Overnight in Mrauk U.

Day 3 - MRAUK U (B,L,D)
Today, after enjoying the sunrise over the misty hills of Mrauk U, we will bring you to experience the local lifestyles at the market before exploring the ruins of the Royal Palace and Archaeological Museum. Observe the exemplary skills and art display in Mrauk U's most significant monument - Shitthaung Temple, which contains a remarkable collection of Arakanese Buddha images and relief in its maze-like and fortress-like layout. Further your understanding of Mrauk U's history by exploring the unique stone carvings in the multi-spire Andawthein Ordination Hall, the circular Ratanabon Pagoda, vaulted passages with impressive stone sculptures in the huge fortress-like temple of Dukkhanthein and the first erected pagoda at Laymyetnha.
Overnight in Mrauk U.

Myanmar ToursDay 4 - MRAUK U - SITTWE - YANGON (B,L)
Today, we will head back to Sittwe on a ferry speedboat (or chartered local boat) along the Kaladan River. Enjoy your lunch at a local restaurant in Sittwe before transferring to Sittwe Airport for your flight to Yangon.
Rates vary frequently. Please contact us to get the best possible price based upon your travel period and specific touring needs.

Our The Lost City of Mrauk U Tour includes:
- 3 nights accommodation on half twin room basis with daily breakfast
- Service of an English-speaking guide throughout the trip (from Yangon to Yangon)
- Meals as mentioned
- All transfers and excursions with private air-conditioned vehicles where available with drivers
- Fees for local chartered boat from Sittwe - Mrauk U
- Fees for local ferry speedboat from Mrauk U - Sittwe (or local chartered boat)
- Entrance fees for visits mentioned

Our The Lost of Mrauk U Tour excludes:
- International ticket to/from Yangon
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- Domestic flights RGN-AKY-RGN including insurance surcharges & current fuel surcharge
- Drinks and personal expenses
- Tips for porters at the hotels
- Other services not clearly indicated in the Inclusion Package above edule changes. We thank you for your understanding.
Creating Unique Touring Experiences
All the touring itineraries on this website have been carefully crafted by our in-country management teams and represent a series of experiences we can certainly recommend. However, we understand that every travel experience should be as unique and individual as each traveler. Our consultants are waiting to hear from you so that we can tailor or custom design a Myanmar tour to your individual specifications.

IMPORTANT NOTES FOR MYANMAR:
1. Please note that credit cards and traveler cheques are not accepted in Myanmar and that visitors must be bring sufficient cash (best in US Dollars, but Euros also increasingly accepted) to change and make any purchases and payments. Please bring new US Dollar bills ("big heads" instead of "small heads") and with series numbers not starting with CB as these are not accepted in Myanmar due to rumours these series are counterfeit.

2. Furthermore please inform passengers that they should NOT change money at the exchange booth at the airport just after immigration, as the market rate in town is MUCH better.

3. A surcharge might apply for peak season dates (Water Festival 12-18 April, X?Mas, New Year, etc.

4. Travelers to Myanmar are required to have a travel insurance covering the cost of medical evacuation flights.

5. Visas are required by all visitors to Myanmar. A visa must be obtained before entering Myanmar or On Arrival Visa is available at all international airports (Yangon & Mandalay). The visa application form is also available at all international airline linked with Myanmar or on-line. To apply on arrival visa, one must have 2 passport photo (4x6 cm) taken within last 6 months and passport must be valid 6 months after arrival date. For more detail information, please contact Sales@huongviettravel.com

6. The schedules of domestic flights in Myanmar are provided as an indication only. Once a booking is confirmed we can provide more precise timings, but these remain nevertheless subject to change without notice by the airlines until traveling date. It might therefore in some cases be necessary to amend your program and itinerary due to such schedule changes. We thank you for your understanding.

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Add: 20 Nguyen Truong To Str, Hanoi, Vietnam
Tel : (84-4) 37162149    Fax: (84-4) 37161738
E–mail address: sales@huongviettravel.com
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Thứ Năm, 20 tháng 12, 2012

Day 1 Arrival - HO CHI MINH CITY (-/-/-) Vietnam Travel Packages On arrival at Tan San Nhat Airport, you are met and transferred to hotel for a check-in by our guide. The bustling Ho Chi Minh City, still called Saigon by many locals, is a center of commerce, finance, culture and tourism in Vietnam. This metropolis ,contradiction of its northern counterpart, is crowded with bikes and motorbikes, excited by numerous shopping areas and sidewalk cafes. ( If time permits) we stroll around the down-town to explore the different local ways of life
O/N in Ho Chi Minh City. 

Day 2: CITY TOUR + CU CHI TUNNELS (B/-/-)
Vietnam Travel PackagesToday we spend a half-day exploring the captivating Ho Chi Minh City. The most places of interest are located near the town center. We pass by the now-demolished wartime American Embassy on our way to the Reunification Palace. This famous mansion was a former residence of the President of Southern Vietnam until end of April 1975. Close to the palace are some striking French colonial structures including the Notre Dame Cathedral and the Old Sai Gon Post Office. Upon leaving these landmarks we drive to see the crowded Saigon's Chinatown, locally named Cho Lon, which is crammed with fascinating temples as well as mysterious and narrow lanes. We follow it with a visit to the Jade Emperor Pagoda and the War remnant exhibit with a wealth of images from the notorious conflicts

Afternoon: Transfer about 30km north-west of Ho Chi Minh City to Cu Chi town. Cu Chi tunnels were used as the base from which the Vietnamese mounted their operations of the Tet Offensive in 1968. The Cu Chi tunnels consist of more than 200km of underground tunnels. This main axis system has many branches connecting to underground hideouts, shelters, and entrances to other tunnels, The tunnels are between 0.5 to 1m wide, just enough for a person to crawl along.
O/N in Ho Chi Minh City.

Day 3: HO CHI MINH CITY - Departure (B/-/-)
At leisure until transfer to Tan Son Nhat Airport for departure flight (check out hotel before 12h00).
                                                                        
Cost in US$ per person in the party (valid 30 Sep'11)
HO CHI MINH CITY TOUR
Standard
First
Superior
2 pax
    175    194    269
3 - 6 pax
    149    169    245
7 -10 pax
    121    139    215
11 - 14 pax
    101    120    199
15 - 19 Paxs
    98    118    195
20 - Upwards
    91    111    189
Single supplement
    57    75    150
Full board supplement
    50    55    60

INCLUDING:
- Transportation in private air-conditioned vehicle with driver
- Accommodation in hotels (twin shared room) with daily breakfast
- English or French speaking guide
- Entrance fee to indicated sights

EXCLUDING: Other meals, tip, drinks, airport tax, single room, personal expenses, insurance...
HUONG VIET TRAVEL – MEMBER OF PATA, ASTA, IATA
Add: 20 Nguyen Truong To Str, Hanoi, Vietnam
Tel : (84-4) 37162149    Fax: (84-4) 37161738
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Thứ Tư, 19 tháng 12, 2012

Overview:
Myanmar ToursEmerging from a three day trek onto the banks of Inle Lake is an undeniably rewarding experience; however it is the journey that is the true reward. Walking from village to village through spectacular highland scenery, you'll be presented with stunning views and exceptional cultural encounters. With lightly undulating hills and a relaxed pace of travel, even less experienced trekkers will easily be able to enjoy the wonder of the Shan State on this Myanmar tour package.

Your Myanmar tour commences in Kalaw, a small town perched on the western edge of the Shan Plateau that is surrounded by lush hills ideal for hiking. As soon as you step away from town and reach the top of the first hill of the day, the beauty of the Shan State is revealed. Seeing the spectacular views of the lowlands and distant rolling hills for the first time is sure to take your breath away.

Over the next two days, the trekking averages four hours a day and passes through a variety of sceneries. The gently undulating terrain is dotted with villages and farms, giving you a feel for the rural lifestyle typical of the Shan State's inhabitants. While passing through the area you are likely to encounter farmers and buffalos at work in the fields, meet children playing in village streams and see rural monasteries where red-robed monks are studying.   

To further immerse you in the local cultures, we have incorporated two overnight village stays into this Myanmar tour package. The route passes through villages of the Pa-O, Pa-long, Taungyo and Danu hilltribes and staying with these families or in the local monastery you will have unmatched opportunities to experience the cultures and traditions of these people.

Myanmar ToursAfter a gentle morning walk on the third day, you'll reach your destination: Inle Lake.  Relax and enjoy the beauty of this massive lake with a boat cruise to see the villages and tranquil pagodas set upon stilts over the water. A well-deserved reward and a perfect end to your active Myanmar tour.

Add an unforgettable adventure to your Myanmar tour with this superb soft-trekking itinerary.  For nature lovers with a keen interest in local cultures, this Myanmar tour Shan State trek is the perfect alternative to the drive between Kalaw and Inle.

Itinerary
Day 1 - KALAW - SHAR PIN - NAN THE - LE TE (L,D)
Head for the hills! Start your trek this morning after breakfast, heading through several villages where you will meet friendly locals and observe their traditional lifestyles. The scenery varies as you pass over peaks and down through valleys. Late this afternoon, reach a picturesque village of the Pa-O people where you'll have dinner and enjoy a local homestay. (Trekking Time: 4 hours)
Overnight at Nan The' Le Te village.

Myanmar ToursDay 2 - NAN THE - LE TE - HTUN KOM - HTEE THEIN (B,L,D)
With an early morning walk around the village you'll see the farmers hard at work as they plant or harvest wheat, ginger and a variety of other crops. Then resume your trek, making your way to Kon Hla village in time for lunch followed by a short afternoon walk to Htee Thein. The walk today offers great views of the Shan Mountain Range and you'll reach your overnight homestay in plenty of time to explore the village. (Trekking Time: 4 hours)
Overnight at Htee Thein village.

Day 3 - HTEE THEIN - IN DEIN (OR) THAN DaAUNG (B,L)
The final day of trekking is mostly downhill and takes you to Inle Lake. Depending on the day, you will trek three hours to Indein or four hours to Than Daung to see the floating market. After three days of trekking, you'll arrive on the lake shores and enjoy a relaxing boat trip along the waters, stopping for lunch in a stilted restaurant, before continuing to your hotel for check in. (Trekking Time: 4 hours)

Trip ends. Huong Viet wishes to serve you more next tours!
Rates vary frequently. Please contact us to get the best possible price based upon your travel period and specific touring needs.

Our Shan Trek: Kalaw to Inle Myanmar Tour prices Include:
- 2 night's accommodation at village monastery or local house with mattress, pillow, blanket and mosquito net.
- Meals as indicated in the program (B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner)
- Donation to the villages
- Private motorized boat transfer at Inle Lake
- English-speaking throughout trekking guide

Our Shan Trek: Kalaw to Inle Myanmar Tour prices do not Include:
- Other meals not indicated in the program (B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner)
- Entrance fees for the sites not mentioned in the program
- International flights to/from Yangon
- International Airfare - Click here for rates
- Other transfer for visits
- International Airport departure Tax: 10 USD/pax as per 01/04/2002
- Visa fees
- Tips & porters at the hotels
- Drinks and Personal expenses
- Any other items not mentioned in the included services

Creating Unique Touring Experiences
All the touring itineraries on this website have been carefully crafted by our in-country management teams and represent a series of experiences we can certainly recommend. However, we understand that every travel experience should be as unique and individual as each traveler. Our consultants are waiting to hear from you so that we can tailor or custom design a Myanmar tour to your individual specifications.
HUONG VIET TRAVEL – MEMBER OF PATA, ASTA, IATA
Add: 20 Nguyen Truong To Str, Hanoi, Vietnam
Tel : (84-4) 37162149    Fax: (84-4) 37161738
E–mail address: sales@huongviettravel.com
Website: www.huongviettravel.com  | http://www.aseantravelandtours.com  | http://www.visavietnamonline.com  | http://www.huongvietjsc.com
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Overview:

Emerging from a tShan Statehree day trek onto the banks of Inle Lake is an undeniably rewarding experience; however it is the journey that is the true reward. Walking from village to village through spectacular highland scenery, you'll be presented with stunning views and exceptional cultural encounters. With lightly undulating hills and a relaxed pace of travel, even less experienced trekkers will easily be able to enjoy the wonder of the Shan State on this Myanmar tour package.

Your Myanmar tour commences in Kalaw, a small town perched on the western edge of the Shan Plateau that is surrounded by lush hills ideal for hiking. As soon as you step away from town and reach the top of the first hill of the day, the beauty of the Shan State is revealed. Seeing the spectacular views of the lowlands and distant rolling hills for the first time is sure to take your breath away.

Over the next two days, the trekking averages four hours a day and passes through a variety of sceneries. The gently undulating terrain is dotted with villages and farms, giving you a feel for the rural lifestyle typical of the Shan State's inhabitants. While passing through the area you are likely to encounter farmers and buffalos at work in the fields, meet children playing in village streams and see rural monasteries where red-robed monks are studying.   

To further immerse you in the local cultures, we have incorporated two overnight village stays into this Myanmar tour package. The route passes through villages of the Pa-O, Pa-long, Taungyo and Danu hilltribes and staying with these families or in the local monastery you will have unmatched opportunities to experience the cultures and traditions of these people.

Floating Market in Inle LakeAfter a gentle morning walk on the third day, you'll reach your destination: Inle Lake.  Relax and enjoy the beauty of this massive lake with a boat cruise to see the villages and tranquil pagodas set upon stilts over the water. A well-deserved reward and a perfect end to your active Myanmar tour.

Add an unforgettable adventure to your Myanmar tour with this superb soft-trekking itinerary.  For nature lovers with a keen interest in local cultures, this Myanmar tour Shan State trek is the perfect alternative to the drive between Kalaw and Inle.

Itinerary

Day 1 - KALAW - SHAR PIN - NAN THE - LE TE (L,D)
Head for the hills! Start your trek this morning after breakfast, heading through several villages where you will meet friendly locals and observe their traditional lifestyles. The scenery varies as you pass over peaks and down through valleys. Late this afternoon, reach a picturesque village of the Pa-O people where you'll have dinner and enjoy a local homestay. (Trekking Time: 4 hours)
Overnight at Nan The' Le Te village.

Day 2 - NAN THE - LE TEfloating market in Myanmar - HTUN KOM - HTEE THEIN (B,L,D)
With an early morning walk around the village you'll see the farmers hard at work as they plant or harvest wheat, ginger and a variety of other crops. Then resume your trek, making your way to Kon Hla village in time for lunch followed by a short afternoon walk to Htee Thein. The walk today offers great views of the Shan Mountain Range and you'll reach your overnight homestay in plenty of time to explore the village. (Trekking Time: 4 hours)
Overnight at Htee Thein village.

Day 3 - HTEE THEIN - IN DEIN (OR) THAN DaAUNG (B,L)
The final day of trekking is mostly downhill and takes you to Inle Lake. Depending on the day, you will trek three hours to Indein or four hours to Than Daung to see the floating market. After three days of trekking, you'll arrive on the lake shores and enjoy a relaxing boat trip along the waters, stopping for lunch in a stilted restaurant, before continuing to your hotel for check in. (Trekking Time: 4 hours)
Trip ends. Huong Viet wishes to serve you more next tours!
Rates vary frequently. Please contact us to get the best possible price based upon your travel period and specific touring needs.


Our Shan Trek: Kalaw to Inle Myanmar Tour prices Include:
- 2 night's accommodation at village monastery or local house with mattress, pillow, blanket and mosquito net.
- Meals as indicated in the program (B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner)
- Donation to the villages
- Private motorized boat transfer at Inle Lake
- English-speaking throughout trekking guide

Our Shan Trek: Kalaw to Inle Myanmar Tour prices do not Include:
- Other meals not indicated in the program (B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner)
- Entrance fees for the sites not mentioned in the program
- International flights to/from Yangon
- International Airfare - Click here for rates
- Other transfer for visits
- International Airport departure Tax: 10 USD/pax as per 01/04/2002
- Visa fees
- Tips & porters at the hotels
- Drinks and Personal expenses
- Any other items not mentioned in the included services

Creating Unique Touring Experiences
All the touring itineraries on this website have been carefully crafted by our in-country management teams and represent a series of experiences we can certainly recommend. However, we understand that every travel experience should be as unique and individual as each traveler. Our consultants are waiting to hear from you so that we can tailor or custom design a Myanmar tour to your individual specifications.

Thứ Ba, 18 tháng 12, 2012

Day 1: Arrival - HANOI (-/-/-) On arrival at Noi Bai Airport, you are met and transferred to hotel for check in. Then, a tour by cyclo around the old quarter streets to discover the local people life.
O/N in Ha Noi.

Day 2: HANOI - MAI CHAU - HANG KIA (B/L/D)Vietnam Travel Packages
Drive to Mai Chau via Hoa Binh town, through picturesque scenery with beautiful views of the mountains along the way. On arrival in Xa Linh, we spend a 4-hour trek to Hang Kia, stopping en route for seeing the Hmong hill-tribe people.
Overnight at Hang Kia village.

Day 3: HANG KIA - CUN PHEO (B/L/D) An early morning start to trek mountainsides to Cun Pheo. The trekking is difficult at times with some steep uphill and downhill walking, but the views are incredible however some physical preparation will enable you to fully appreciate today's trek.
Overnight at Cun Pheo village.

Day 4: CUN PHEO - XAM KHOE (B/L/D) The spectacular countryside and simple lifestyle of the Thai ethnic minority people are a highlight of Mai Chau valley although conditions are very basic. En route to Sam Khoe we have the chance to meet local people, all friendly and welcoming.
Overnight at Sam Khoe village.

Day 5: XAM KHOE - CUC PHUONG (B/L/D) This morning we spend few hours walking out of Mai Chau Valley before we take a short drive to Cuc Phuong National Park. On arrival, we enjoy a guided visit to Cuc Phuong Museum and Zoo
Overnight in Cuc Phuong.

Vietnam Travel PackagesDay 6: CUC PHUONG TREKKING (B/L/D) We continue venturing into the national park of Cuc Phuong. A 6-hour trek with picnic lunch en route gives us a great opportunity to explore one of Vietnam most beautiful primeval forests and also see the Muong hill-tribe people.
Overnight at a Muong village.

Day 7: CUC PHUONG - NINH BINH (B/L/-) Upon leaving Cuc Phuong National Park we are transferred by car to Tam Coc. A boat trip on a river through “Ha Long inland” - the quiet and peaceful landscape of rice fields surrounded by limestone formations to visit three grottoes of Tam Coc.
Overnight in Ninh Binh.

Day 8: NINH BINH - HALONG BAY (B/-/-) A long day travelling through the rich farming land of the Red River Delta to Halong Bay but you can make stops as you please, to stretch your legs and visit many farmers at work and Keo Pagoda, one of the most beautiful pagoda in Vietnam.
Overnight in Ha Long.

Day 9: HALONG BAY - HANOI (B/L/-)Vietnam Travel Packages
A 5-hour boat trip to visit Ha Long Bay, listed as a World Heritage Area of outstanding natural beauty. This picturesque “Dragon descending to the sea” Bay has 1,969 limestone islets rising from the sea, many of them containing beautiful grottoes. During the boat trip, we will have a fresh seafood lunch prepared and served on board. Drive back to Hanoi.
O/N in Hanoi

Day 10: HANOI CITY TOUR (B/-/-) The morning, we start the city tour to visit Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, Tran Quoc Pagoda and Quan Thanh Temple. Then continue to visit the Temple of Literature well known as Vietnam’s first university.
The afternoon, after visiting the Ethnologic Museum and the peaceful lake of Hoan Kiem with its sacred Ngoc Son Temple, a short walk in the old quarter streets will give you the opportunity to do shopping.
Evening: Water puppets show, the unique Vietnam traditional art.
O/N in Ha Noi.

Day 11: HANOI - Departure (B/-/-) At leisure until transfer to Noi Bai Airport for departure flight (check out hotel before 12h00).
Cost in US$ per person in the party (valid until 30 Sep' 11)
NORTHERN TREK VIETNAM
Standard
First
Superior
2 pax
983
1,042
1,114
3 - 6 pax
835
894966
7 -10 pax
639
698770
11 - 14 pax
545
604676
Single supplement
113
172244
Full board supplement
80
8590

INCLUDING:

• Accommodation in hotels, guesthouses (twin shared room), village huts
• Transportation in private air-conditioned vehicle with driver
• English or French speaking guide and local guide for trekking
• Meals as mentioned: B = breakfast, L = lunch, D = dinner
• Entrance fee to indicated sights
• Water puppet show
• Permit for trekking
• Boat trips

EXCLUDING: Other meals, tip, drinks, airport tax, single room, personal expenses, insurance...
HUONG VIET TRAVEL – MEMBER OF PATA, ASTA, IATA
Add: 20 Nguyen Truong To Str, Hanoi, Vietnam
Tel : (84-4) 37162149    Fax: (84-4) 37161738
E–mail address: sales@huongviettravel.com
Website: www.huongviettravel.com  | http://www.aseantravelandtours.com  | http://www.visavietnamonline.com  | http://www.huongvietjsc.com
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