Assemble at Singapore Changi Airport for our flight to Ho Chi Minh.
Upon arrival, meet our friendly local representative and transfer to Ho Chi Minh City.
Reunification Palace – The workplace of the President of South Vietnam, also known as the Independence Palace.
War Remnants Museum – Enjoy exhibits relating to the Vietnam War and the first Indochina War involving the French colonists.
Saigon Central Post Office – The beautifully preserved building from the French colonial times and perhaps the grandest post office in all of Southeast Asia.
Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica of Saigon – Known officially as Cathedral Basilica of Our Lady of The Immaculate Conception, this ancient cathedral is located in a very peaceful picturesque corner in the downtown.
Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee – Which is one of the most photographed buildings in Vietnam - notable for its gardens, ornate facade and elegant interior lit with crystal chandeliers.
After breakfast, transfer to Da Lat.
Datanla Waterfall – The biggest waterfall in Da Lat.
Clay Tunnel Dalat – Model village of clay sculptures is a must-see destination for tourists in the central highlands province of Lam Dong. Covering more than 1,200 square metres of lush pine forest, the clay tunnel is a new artificial wonder for Da Lat city.
Da Lat Infinity Lake – A new check-in location, European style - that is the infinity lake in Da Lat. The infinity lake consists of a small landscape built with an artificial lake located high above transparent water and reflecting clouds, surrounded by splendid mountains and immense pine forests.
Langbiang Mountain – Also known as Mount Mother, it he twin peaks of Lang Biang is 2169m above sea level and it is the origin of a legend above passionate love.
Domaine de Marie – Interested in seeing a fusion of French and Vietnamese style of architecture? Visit Domaine de Marie, a catholic convent located within Da Lat. The Church's history goes back to its initial construction in year 1940.
Flower National Park.
Bao Dai Summer Palace – Visit the former summer residence of Emperor Bao Dai.
Da Lat Market – Situated right in the heart of the city, Da Lat Market has long been an indispensable tourist site offering local produce such as fresh artichokes, dried fruits, vegetables and more.
Oceanographic Institute – Established in 1923, it was one of the first institute built for scientific research in Vietnam and and it is an important location for tropical oceanographic research.
Hon Chong Promontory – Take a photo with the fine view of the mountainous coastline and the nearby islands.
Po Nagar Cham Towers – Built between 8th and 11th centuries, the four towers are still actively visited today by the Cham, Chinese and Vietnamese Buddhists for worshipping purposes.
Travel from Cau Da Port to Hon Tam Island on a speedboat.
MerPerle Hon Tam Resort – After a welcoming drink at the resort, head out to the beach to enjoy many of its facilities made available - fresh servings of seasonal fruits, as well as music and dance performances.
Fishing Village – Take a speedboat ride after lunch to learn more about your favorite fishes and enjoy a joyride on the bamboo basket boat.
Travel back to Cau Da Port and head back to the hotel for the night.
Ben Thanh Market – One of Saigon’s oldest landmarks, the market offers an authentic Vietnamese atmosphere to shop for local arts and handicrafts, souvenirs and local hawker-style cuisine.
Water Puppet Show – Enjoy a unique and famous traditional performance.
Dinner on the Indochina Cruise.
Bid farewell to Vietnam as we transfer to Ho Chi Minh airport for our flight back to Singapore.
We hope that you have had an enjoyable vacation with Dynasty Travel and look forward to bring you to your next holiday destination.
In the event of local or religious festivals, unforeseen circumstances and bad weather conditions, the sequence of the itinerary is subject to change without prior notice. The activities will be replaced or cancelled without prior notice for safety reasons. Alternative sightseeing or activities will be subject to on-site situation.
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