This is a recommended Vietnam Cambodia itinerary 7 days that starts in Hanoi and ends in Siem Reaps with Metta Voyage, you will spend a week seeing the best of Vietnam and Cambodia. Visit the Cu Chi tunnels and go sightseeing in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon). Take a full-day cruise on Halong Bay and another on the Mekong Delta. Finish by traveling to Siem Reap (at your own expense) for a day of sightseeing at Angkor Wat and other adjacent monuments. Hotel accommodations with breakfast, local guides, and private car transportation are all included in your tour.



When you arrive in Hanoi, you will find your hotel and then you will start to explore the famous places, foods here.

Day 2: RELAXING IN HALONG BAY – one of the most beautiful wonders in northern Vietnam :

In the bay, you can spend your downtime relaxing on a private cruise, do some activities specific


Come to Ho Chi Minh city, you will have a different experience from Hanoi. After a morning break, you come to Cu Chi Tunnel to visit some monuments left from the Vietnam War.


In here you can see life on the water of the habitants in My Tho


You can spend half of a day on a city tour in Sai Gon then take a flight to Siem Reap Cambodia.


Visiting the famous places in Angkor, Siem Reap


End of your 7 happy days exploring Vietnam and Cambodia.

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2. Day 1: Explore the capital city of Vietnam – Hanoi

2.1. What to visit?

The Old Quarter 

Hanoi Old Quarter is the common name for an old urban area of Hanoi located outside the Imperial Citadel of Thang Long. This urban area concentrates the population engaged in handicraft and trade activities, forming typical craft streets, bearing the distinct traditions of the inhabitants of the city and the capital. Today, Hanoi Old Quarter is an attractive destination for those who want to learn about Thang Long – Dong Do – Hanoi.

The area “Hanoi 36 streets” is an incorrect way of calling the old quarter, because 36 streets is a conventional way of calling the old urban area, located inside and outside the old quarter.

When you take a trip to “The Old Quarter” you can not visit all of these streets here. So we have some places recommended for you to visit.

  • Hang Ma Street, in the past specialized in trading in votive goods for worship, including underworld paper money, underworld paper gold, later expanded to include paper statues of mandarins, houses… to worship and burn for people. negative (dead person). Today, Hang Ma Street is bustling with activity on holidays, the Mid-Autumn Festival, and the Lunar New Year with a variety of toys. In addition, there is also a place to sell wedding backdrop decorations with cutouts made from colored paper or colorful foam.
  • Ma May Street. This street originally consisted of two old streets: Hang Ma Street and Hang May Street. The section of Hang May street is adjacent to Hang Buom street, on the bank of the Nhi river, where boats from the upland areas gather to carry forest products such as rattan, bamboo, rattan…
  • Dong Xuan Market is a wholesale market mainly for wholesalers. However, walking around the market, buyers still find retail stalls. Inside, the market is divided into 3 main floors with a full range of essential items. Behind the market, there are stalls selling pet birds. Food and food products are mainly sold at the Bac Qua market. North of the market, there are food stalls, serving guests even at night. The market is always crowded and bustling. Goods are transported from here to all the northern provinces.
  • Hoan Kiem Lake, coming to Hoan Kiem Lake, you can visit many famous historical sites such as Ngoc Son Temple, Ly Thai To Monument, The Pen Tower, Turtle Tower,…
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Temple Of Literature

Next, as we explore Hanoi, we’ll look for the Temple of Literature’s illustrious past. This is a place of study, not religion, and is as important to locals today as it was nearly 1,000 years ago. The temple, which was built in 1070, was originally part of a university for Confucius scholars and students.

It has witnessed countless graduations over the centuries, and if you visit at the right time of year, you may even see current students posing for graduation photos. The temple is both tranquil and beautiful, with walking paths, ponds, and courtyards to explore.

2.2. What to eat?

Take a stroll around the alleyways of the old area and sample some traditional Vietnamese cuisine like Pho bo, Bun cha, Nem, some street food,… There are some famous places of foods:

  • Cha Ca La Vong

Address: 14 Cha Ca, Hoan Kiem District, Ha Noi

Opened : 11h00 – 14h00

Closed :  17h00 – 21h00

Price: 340.000VND/set

  • Pho Cuon Huong Mai

Address: 25 Ngu Xa, Ba Dinh, Ha Noi

Opened – Closed: 9h00 – 22h00

Price:  30.000 – 45.000 VND

  • Banh Cuon Bà Hoành

Address: 66 To Hien Thanh, Ba Dinh, Ha Noi

Opened – Closed: 6h00 – 22h00

Price: 30.000 – 60.000VNĐ

2.3. Where to stay?

Famous hotel in Hanoi :

  • La Sinfonía del Rey: 33-35 Hang Dau, Ly Thai To, Hoan Kiem, Ha Noi 10000
  • La Belle Vie Hotel Hanoi: 105 Nguyen Truong To, Quan Thanh, Ba Dinh, Ha Noi
  • Meliá Hanoi : 44 Ly Thuong Kiet, Tran Hung Dao, Hoan Kiem, Ha Noi

2.4. What to do?

  • Viewing Hanoi from above at the Lotte Tower observation deck.
  • Enjoy sunset at West Lake or Truc Bach Lake.
  • In Tran Quoc Pagoda, pray for love and prosperity.
  • Plan a weekend night in the Old Quarter’s night market.
  • At the Hanoi Opera House, you can see world-class performances.
  • Learn about Vietnamese cuisine by taking a street food tour.


3. Day 2: Relaxing in Halong Bay Vietnam

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3.1. What to visit?

Quang Ninh Museum

Quang Ninh Museum is designed into 3 floors, each floor shows a different theme associated with the characteristics of Quang Ninh land according to the historical line. The first floor displays the theme of the sea and nature, the second floor is a place to store historical values and the third floor is a re-enactment of the history of coal mines. This is definitely a Ha Long tourist destination that you should not miss if you want to learn about the life and typical cultural features of the people here.

Address: Tran Quoc Nghien, Hon Gai, Ha Long City, Quang Ninh

Reference ticket price: 30,000 VND/adult; 15,000 VND/student, students; 10,000 VND/child

Opening hours: 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m., open every day of the week except Monday

Ha Long Bay

With its picturesque beauty, Ha Long Bay is recognized by UNESCO as a natural wonder of the world. With the presence of thousands of islands and caves unspoiled, mysteriously beautiful, and rich in ecosystems, Ha Long Bay has become an extremely unique destination that any tourist wants to visit. A famous island and cave in Halong Bay you can refer to such as Ga Choi island, Ngoc Vung island, Con Coc island, Ti Top island, Sung Sot cave…

In addition, at this famous Ha Long tourist destination, visitors can experience many attractive activities such as cruising on Halong Bay, kayaking…

Ticket price: From 290,000 VND/person/route

Opening hours: 7:30am – 4:30pm

Attractions: Sung Sot cave, Dau Go cave, Luon cave, Trinh Nu cave; Ti Top Island; villages such as Cua Van fishing village, Ngoc Trai village; Bai Tho mountain

Other activities: Kayaking, swimming, trekking, climbing…

3.2. What to eat?

Take a stroll around the alleyways of the old area and sample some traditional Vietnamese cuisine like Pho bo, Bun cha, Nem, some street food,… There are some famous places of foods:

  • Xoi Trang Cha Muc

Address: Hai San Ong Ba, Sunworld Ha Long Park Walking Street, C122, Bai Chay City

Price: 350.000VND – 400.000 VND/kg

  • Ngán

Address: Thien Anh Restaurant, Cai Dam urban area, Bai Chay City

Price:  100.000 – 440.000 VND/person

  • Sá Sùng ( Địa Sâm)

Address: Hon Gai Restaurant, 66 Tran Hung Dao, Cao Thang City

Price: 120.000 – 350.000VNĐ/person

3.3. Where to stay?

Recommended cruise in Halong Bay:

Halong Paradise Suites Hotel

Paradise Suites Hotel is a luxury hotel with excellent services and facilities on the shores of Ha Long Bay. It was built at Tuan Chau harbor with the aim of extending the enchantment and grandeur of Halong Bay’s landscape, even when hotel guests are on land. In 2017, the hotel was awarded the Traveler’s Choice Awards 2017 by Tripadvisor, the world-famous travel rating website, in the Top 25 best hotels in Vietnam.

Ngoc Chau, Paradise Town, Halong Bay, Tuan Chau Island

President Cruise 

President Cruise is known as the largest yacht on HaLong Bay today. The yacht is designed with 5 floors with a weight of up to 1200 tons. The inside of the yacht is fully equipped with modern equipment worthy of a 5-star class.

In particular, President Cruises has 46 rooms with 5 different room types. Some rooms also have a balcony with a great view. Surely when you come here you will have the most wonderful relaxing moments.

Tuan Chau Island, Quang Ninh

Recommended hotel in Halong Bay:

Vinpearl Resort & Spa Ha Long

As one of the leading resorts in Quang Ninh, Vinpearl Resort & Spa Ha Long is favored by travel believers with the name “miniature Dubai” when it owns numerous international-worthy facilities. With a prime location, this resort stands out as it is isolated on Reu island with 100% of the temple rooms with sea views.

Hon Reu, Bai Chay, Ha Long Bay

3.4. What to do?

  • Diving is the most popular activity in Halong Bay for experiencing the underwater world.
  • Check out Fighting Cocks Island, one of the most well-known landmarks in the Halong Bay area, which features two large rocks that resemble two cockerels fighting.
  • Squid fishing at night and barbecuing with these delectable sea creatures
  • Traveling to Cat Ba Island, Vietnam’s largest island in the north
  • Kayaking in Bai Tu Long Bay


4. Day 3: Visiting the largest city in Vietnam – Ho Chi Minh City

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4.1. What to visit?

Ho Chi Minh City is the largest city in Vietnam, it’s a bustling city with a fast-paced life, friendly people, and many beautiful places.

Notre Dame Cathedral

Located right on the main street of downtown Saigon, Notre Dame Cathedral has long become a symbol of this city. The church was built with French architecture combined with Gothic and Roman styles, which is extremely charming and mysterious.

Ben Thanh market

Also located on the strip of the city center, Ben Thanh market is representative of the bustling trading and trading atmosphere of Saigon. Ben Thanh Market has 4 main gates facing Quach Thi Trang square and 3 major streets of Saigon such as Phan Chu Trinh, Phan Boi Chau, and Le Thanh Ton.

Cu Chi Tunnels

Cu Chi Tunnels is both a scenic Saigon and an extremely important historical relic

About 70km from the center of Saigon to the northwest, the Cu Chi tunnels are both a scenic Saigon and an extremely important historical relic of our army and people.

Visiting the Cu Chi tunnels, visitors will be amazed at the work located deep in the ground with a total length of more than 200km, built by our soldiers with the most rudimentary tools in the fierce resistance of the land. country.

Coming here, you will also experience eating tapioca and drinking free tea, exploring the tunnels yourself as well as witnessing many valuable artifacts during the war.



4.2. What to eat?

Take a stroll around the alleyways of the old area and sample some traditional Vietnamese cuisine like Pho bo, Bun cha, Nem, some street food,… There are some famous places of foods:

  • Saigon Bread

Address: 12 Nguyen Huy Tu, DaKao ward, 1 district, Ho Chi Minh City

  • Banh Canh Ut Le Saigon

Address: 210 To Hien Thanh, 5 wards, 10 districts, Ho Chi Minh City

  • Lau De Sai Gon

Address: 105 Truong Dinh, 6 Ward, 3 District, Ho Chi Minh City

4.3. Where to stay?

  • Lotus Hotel Saigon: 120 Cach Mang Thang 8, Ward 7, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City, Da Kao, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam 70000
  • La vela Sai Gon: 280 Nam Ky Khoi Nghia, Ward 8, Dist 3, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

4.4. What to do?

  • Walking in Nguyen Hue street
  • Visiting Cu Chi Tunnel
  • Cycling around the center of the city
  • Swimming in the highest pool at the La vela hotel’s rooftop
  • Visit Landmark 81

5. Day 4: Experience the different cultures at Vietnam Delta Mekong

5.1. What to visit?

Eco-tourism area Tan Lap Floating Village, Long An

Tan Lap floating village located in Moc Hoa District, Long An province is the first destination most loved by many people. It can be said that this is a famous tourist destination thanks to natural time, geographical advantages, and human harmony. Thien Tho, Tan Lap Floating Village has an area of 135 hectares covered with the vegetation of the melaleuca forest. Convenient location, you can move to this tourist destination very easily, you can move by many forms of motorbikes, tourist cars, Grab Bike, … Nhan Hoa, on popular social networking sites Tiktok, Facebook on a “hot trend check-in” Tan Lap Floating Village.

The ticket price is 60,000 VND for boat passengers and 130,000 VND for motorboat passengers.

Address: Highway 62, Tan Lap commune, Moc Hoa district, Long An province

Con Phung tourist area, Ben Tre

Con Phung is a very famous tourist destination in Ben Tre located in the population of “four spirits” which are islands named Long, Lan, Qui, and Phung. About 2 hours from Ho Chi Minh City by car. Coming here, visitors can participate in many unique games such as cycling on monkey bridges, swinging rope across the river, crocodile fishing, bottle feeding…

Price is about 10,000 – 40,000 VND a turn.

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5.2. What to eat?

There are some famous foods such as:

  • Canh Chua bong sung
  • Banh Xeo Chao
  • Goi Sau Dau
  • Nau man Tien Giang
  • Hu Tieu My Tho
  • Lau mam
  • Che Son Qui
  • Duong Dua Chien Gion
  • Lau Ca Linh Bong Dien Bien

5.3. Where to stay?

If you do a 7 days tour from Vietnam to Cambodia, you should come back to the hotel in Ho Chi Minh City.

5.4. What to do?

  • Do shopping on Cai Rang Floating  Market
  • Enjoy a romantic evening at Ninh Kieu Wharf
  • Stroll the brilliant Vinh Trang Pagoda
  • Visit Tram Chim National Park



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On the fifth day of the tour, you can spend a half-day doing a city tour in Ho Chi Minh.



7.1. What to visit?

Coming to Angkor, you have many beautiful places to visit such as:

Angkor Wat 

The Angkor Wat temple complex, rising from the jungle as the star of the UNESCO-listed Angkor Archeological Park, is a 12th-century engineering marvel. In the shadowy corridors, look for intricate carvings of nymphs dancing on columns, serpent-topped balustrades, and massive, chiseled bas-reliefs depicting Khmer Empire battles. Despite being designed as a microcosm of the universe, it’s difficult to get lost here, as the complex is divided into three easy-to-navigate tiers.

Ta Prohm

Ta Prohm, which Angelina Jolie explored in 2001’s Lara Croft: Tomb Raider, is commonly referred to as “the Tomb Raider temple.” It’s one of Angkor’s—and Cambodia’s—signature sights, a 12th-century Buddhist monastery, and temple complex enmeshed in a web of towering tree roots that stands as an eerie symbol of the transience of human endeavor.


The Bayon, the geographical and spiritual center of the ancient city of Angkor Thom, is one of the Khmer king Jayavarman VII’s crowning artistic achievements. Around 200 massive faces peer down from around 50 towers, while beautifully crafted reliefs depict daily life in 12th-century Cambodia.

7.2. What to eat?

There are some famous restaurants in Angkor:

Stoeng Trorcheak Restaurant 

The shady gardens of this sprawling restaurant on the banks of the Roluos River are a great place to cool off during the day. Cambodian classics, Chinese favorites, Thai appetizers, and international fare are all on the menu. Many of the tables are set beneath attractive thatched pavilions, but there is also some indoor air-conditioning.

Natural Vegetable Food Place

This restaurant specializes in organic vegetables grown in its own gardens and is located amid extensive farmland on the road between Siem Reap and Roluos. There are also fish and meat dishes available, but they all come with a variety of freshly grown vegetables such as okra, long beans, and cucumber, as well as a spicy prahok ktis dip (fermented fish and herbs).

Ktom Sre

On the northwestern corner of Sra Srang, the former royal bathing pond, is Ktom Sre, a simple Cambodian restaurant. Food is served in bamboo picnic huts, and the signature coconut roast chicken is served in a banana leaf, as it was before the introduction of polystyrene and plastic.

Khmer Village Restaurant 

This is one of the largest restaurants on the Sra Srang strip, and thanks to a large dining area with moisture-cooled fans and an air-conditioned room, it does a brisk lunchtime business. The menu is extensive, with dishes from Cambodia, China, Thailand, and other countries.

7.3. Where to stay?

There are some places you can stay in Angkor

Sojourn Boutique Villas

One of the most unique places to stay in Siem Reap is also one of the most caring. Sojourn is a socially responsible resort with ten villas set within palm-filled gardens surrounding a swimming pool that helps the poor residents of Treak village, where the property is located. The majority of the employees are Treak residents, and 7% of profits go to a village enrichment program that includes water filters, garbage collection, and tree grants. Guests can take a “walk-and-talk” tour of the village, chatting with locals and visiting a less-frequented pagoda and Khmer temple. There are also cooking classes, moonlit theater, and destination dining options, such as breakfast on Tonlé Sap., Treak Village Road, Treak Village, +855 12 923 437, Treak Village. B&B doubles from £68.20

Sala Lodges

Don’t be surprised if you end up photographing this lovely new property as much as you do the Unesco-listed temples you’ve come to see. There are 11 Khmer-style timber houses on stilts scattered around sprawling gardens of sugar palms and banana plants for guests to stay in. Traditional houses with high ceilings and spacious verandas are furnished with rustic wooden furniture and handmade Cambodian quilts, as well as modern touches like contemporary rocking chairs. The Monolith restaurant serves local produce such as Tonlé Sap fish served with avocado purée and wild rice mango salad, while Long Table offers communal dining and an alfresco lounge.

7.4. What to do?

  • Proceed to Bayon’s serene smiling-faced tower temple.
  • Visit Ta Prohm, which was featured in the Tomb Raider movie and is overgrown by huge tree monsters with snake-like roots.
  • Take in the entire view of Angkor Wat temple, rice paddies, the northeast highlands, and West Baray’s active reservoir, as well as get some fresh air on the summit of Phnom Bakheng hill.



Normally, this last day will take to transfer so you can have breakfast at the hotel, then take your time until it’s time to transfer to the airport for your flight. End tour!


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