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Family Holiday to Vietnam and Cambodia

This 14-day private family holiday in Vietnam and Cambodia features extraordinary cultural sites, great food, fascinating cities, kids friendly hotels and resorts, and customized activities for family members of all ages can enjoy.
  • Hanoi4
  • Halong Bay
  • Hue2
  • Hoian2
  • Siem Reap 1371184
  • (cambodia) Angkor 468
  • Southeast Asia Family Vacation


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Destinations: Hanoi - Halong Bay - Hue - Hoi An - Siem Reap
Starts in/Finishes in: Hanoi/Siem Reap

Duration: 14 days

Travel Style: Classic & Culture , Family Vacations , Southeast Asia In Your Style! , Vietnam & Cambodia Tours
Suitable: Families with teens


On your arrival at Noi Bai Airport, you will be met by your local guide and driver who will transfer you to your hotel downtown. The remainder of the day will be your own!

Overnight in Hanoi

Accommodation: Hotel
Transportation: Private vehicle

After a brief transfer from your hotel, the tour starts with a pleasant stroll to Truc Bach Lake for your first tasting – Pho Cuon with lots of opportunities to take photos. Next stop is Chau Long Market for a tour of the market highlighting the ‘wet’ / unusual fruits / livestock / frogs. Sample of market foods of your choice i.e tree tomatoes or green mango with chili, silkworms, pork with green rice. Continue with a short taxi ride to to a Shrimp restaurant to sample West Lake’s most famous dish. Continue with another taxi transfer to one of the best Bun Cha stalls in Ha Noi where you will enjoy Bun Cha – grilled pork patties and pork belly with sticky rice noodles. On our way back, you will stop at a traditional Ha Noi café, established in 1936 to enjoy specialties of the café, black sticky rice or green rice with yoghurt, coffee with yoghurt or great passion fruit with yoghurt. Return to your hotel and free aftertoon at leisure.

Overnight in Hanoi

Meals: Breakfast
Accommodation: Hotel

This city tour of Hanoi takes in essential sites which will commence from your hotel lobby at 08.30 am. In the morning, you’ll visit the Ho Chi Minh Complex including the Mausoleum, his former stilt-house residence, the Presidential Palace and the Ho Chi Minh Museum; The Temple of Literature – Vietnam’s first university dating back to 1070.

After lunch at a local Vietnamese restaurant, you’ll continue visiting the Museum of Ethnology, widely acknowledged as the best in the country, containing an extensive display of life-size structures dedicated to Vietnam’s 54 ethnic minority peoples; a cyclo ride for 1 hour touring through the narrow, chaotic streets of the Old Quarter – a must for any visitor to Hanoi! The day finishes with a traditional performance of the famous Vietnamese water puppets.

Overnight in Hanoi.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Accommodation: Hotel
Transportation: Private vehicle, Cyclo / Richshaw

At 08.00, you will be picked up at your hotel and start the scenic 3.5 hour drive to Halong Bay, one of the most spectacular UNESCO World Heritage Areas and the world’s largest marine limestone ‘karst’ landscape. Enjoy the landscape of the Red River Delta countryside and have a short break en-route. Meet the crew upon boarding the traditional wooden junk with cruise briefing, then relax and enjoy lunch while the boat heads towards the secluded islands. Visit a less visited ancient limestone caves and go sea kayaking and swimming if the weather permits. Return to the junk refreshed and relax on deck with a drink to watch the sunset. Enjoy a freshly prepared seafood dinner under the stars.

Overnight on a wooden junk in Halong Bay

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Accommodation: Overnight Cruises
Transportation: Shuttle Bus, Boat

Enjoy an early morning swim (if weather permits) followed by breakfast. You will visit a fishing village by a rustic rowing-boat, meet the local people and pass through the floating school and pearl farms before cruising back to the main harbor where your driver will take you to Noi Bai Airport for an evening flight to Hue

When you arrive at Phu Bai airport in Hue, you’ll be met and transferred to your hotel.

Overnight in Hue

Meals: Breakfast, Brunch
Accommodation: Hotel
Transportation: Private vehicle, Plane

Today you will spend full day city tour of Imperial City of Hue, firstly with the ancient walled Citadel including the former Imperial Palace. You will then be taken to an ancient pagoda to have a glimpse of Vietnamese Buddhism, monks’ life experiences, enjoy a cup of tea and interact with monks, followed by a vegetarian lunch from natural ingredients (your guide will join you for lunch today to help translate).

In the afternoon, enjoy a ‘dragon boat’ (motorized traditional Vietnamese boat) ride down the Perfume River to the towering and delightful Thien Mu Pagoda, considered to be the finest pagoda in Hue and an icon throughout Vietnam. Later, visit the majestic Royal Tomb of King Ming Mang and thence visit the tomb of the controversial emperor Khai Dinh – an elaborate concrete construction which reflects an interesting combination of Vietnamese and European features from the time of Vietnam’s last emperors

Overnight in Hue

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Accommodation: Hotel
Transportation: Private vehicle

You will be picked up by our guide for a visit to the Dong Ba market to learn about local produce and specialties of Hue. You might get some great deals done at the local Dong Ba Market. You will then drive to the picturesque riverside town of Hoi An. The view of the coast line and Danang from the top of the Hai Van Pass (Pass of the Clouds) makes your journey interesting and have your camera ready for some great photo opportunities. Upon arrival in Danang, you’ll visit the famous Marble Mountain which stands for the five essential elements that establish nature.

Afternoon embark on a walking tour of Hoi An, begins with Hoi An History Museum where you will get an overview of the historical process as well as rich culture of the ancient town. Your next stop is Phuc Kien Assembly Hall. The Phuc Kien (Fukien) Assembly Hall at 46 Tran Phu Street is dedicated to Thien Hau, goddess of the sea. There is a site that you cannot miss in Hoi An is Japanese Covered Bridge. The covered bridge, also known as the Pagoda Bridge (Chua Cau), was built by Japanese craftsmen who were part of a larger community of Japanese merchants active in Hoi An. Visit to Tan Ky Ancient house. The house is not the oldest in Hoi An yet but its architecture is among one the most typical. Later, your will be transferred to your hotel.

Overnight in Hoi An

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Accommodation: Hotel
Transportation: Private vehicle

This day trip provides you with a close-up and intimate exposure to both the local farming and fishing communities. Accompanied by your local tour guide, you commence the day with a gentle cycling along country roads witnessing local Vietnamese rural life first hand, discovering all manner of photo opportunities – coming and visiting a beautiful organic vegetable village, watering and planting vegetable, hoeing a soil with local farmer, riding a water buffalo in a rice paddy field; seeing ducks swimming along the rice farm or farmers tending their crops. The photo opportunities are endless.

You will also experience the friendliness of the local people greeting you en-route. Later you will board a boat for a river cruise to meet and engage with local fishermen and enjoy a hands-on experience of traditional net fishing. You will also experience paddling the unique Vietnamese bamboo basket boat while the waterways of coconut palm paradise. This tour provides you with a cultural window into the ways of life of both our farming and fishing communities. After a simple yet tasty lunch on the boat, return to your hotel at around 14.00. The remainder of the afternoon will be your own!

Overnight in Hoi An

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Accommodation: Hotel
Transportation: Private vehicle, Boat

A free day in Hoi An to spend as your wish!

Overnight in Hoi An

Meals: Breakfast
Accommodation: Hotel

Today you will be free at leisure until being picked up at 13:20 from your hotel to Danang Airport for flight to Siem Reap. On arrival. Meet your local guide and driver for a short transfer to your hotel.

Overnight in Siem Reap

Meals: Breakfast
Accommodation: Hotel
Transportation: Private vehicle, Plane

This morning, you will enjoy Zipline tour. Nothing brings people together like stunning nature, exciting thrills and endless laughter. You will be transferred to Flight of the Gibbon located in the Angkor Park, where you will explore pristine rainforest from high up in the treetops. The lush, untouched rainforest holds a wider variety of plant and wildlife found only in few locations around South East Asia. Prepare yourself for a once in a lifetime experience soaring thru the canopies that hold some of Asia’s most abundant plant and wildlife species once viewed by only a few privileged scientists.

In the afternoon, you will devote your time to visit Angkor Thom, starting with the Bayon with its characteristic giant stone faces gazing across the landscape, and is a remarkable architectural record of the arrival of Buddism to the area, with its Hindu foundations supporting a Buddist superstructure. Your next visit will be to the Elephant and Leper King Terraces followed by the Baphoun Temple, which is now nearing the end of an eight-year multi-million dollar restoration programme.

Overnight in Siem Reap.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Accommodation: Hotel
Transportation: Private vehicle

You’ll also see Ta Prohm, strangled by massive tree roots and typical of the condition of the whole complex when it was discovered in 1860 by French naturalist Henri Mouhot.

Afternoon, you will be driven to the Happy Ranch, which is outside of Siem Reap. Here you will get acquainted with your horse of pure Cambodian breed and started enjoying the countryside on horseback. You will have opportunities to enjoy 1-hour village ride to admire the countryside by horseback and meet plenty of locals along the way as you ride through traditional Cambodian Villages.

Overnight in Siem Reap.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Accommodation: Hotel
Transportation: Private vehicle

Wear long pants and solid shoes and be ready for Quad Bike Discovery. You will spend 2 hours nd 15 minutes for a 45 kilometer trip through the countryside surrounding Siem Reap which is a perfect way to discover the area and what it’s like ride an all-terrain vehicle.

In the afternoon, you’ll explore the most famous temple, Angkor Wat, the largest, and for many, the most impressive temple in this vast complex. Later in the afternoon, you will ride elephants to the top of Phnom Bakheng Hill for a great sunset view if weather permits.

Overnight in Siem Reap

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Accommodation: Hotel
Transportation: Private vehicle

You will be transferred to Siem Reap airport for your departure flight. Tour Ends.

Meals: Breakfast
Transportation: Private vehicle


From: US$ per person for a private tour of minimum 4 guests traveling together
Valid till October 31, 2024

Meals: 13 Breakfasts, 8 Lunches, 1 Dinner, 1 Brunch
Transportation: Private vehicle, Cyclo / Richshaw, Shuttle Bus, Boat, Plane
Accommodation: 13 Nights


• 12-night accommodation in Twin/Double rooms and 1 night onboard a traditonal junk boat in Halong Bay.
• Pick-ups and transfers by private air-conditioned vehicles as specified in the itinerary above
• Domestic flight tickets in Vietnam (economy class with Vietnam Airlines): Hanoi – Hue, inclusive of domestic airport taxes.
• Regional flight tickets (economy class with Vietnam Airlines): Danang – Siem Reap, inclusive of domestic airport taxes.
• The services of experienced English-speaking local guides as indicated in the itinerary.
• All entrance fees for all visits as mentioned in the programme.
• Lunches (as specified in the itinerary) in the best local restaurants.
• Zipline, Quad bike adventure, elephant ride, horse ride as mentioned in the program
• VAT and other government taxes



• Visa to Vietnam and Cambodia (if required)
• All International and regional flights and airport taxes.
• Dinners, drinks, tips and other personal expenses or services not mentioned on the program.
• Travel Insurances
• Camera fees (if any)
• Airfares are subject to change without prior notice



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1. What are the must-visit destinations in Vietnam and Cambodia for families?

In Vietnam, popular destinations for families include Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Ha Long Bay, Hoi An, and the Mekong Delta. In Cambodia, must-visit places include Siem Reap (gateway to Angkor Wat Temple Complex)

2. What are the best activities for families in Vietnam and Cambodia?

Families can enjoy a variety of activities such as exploring ancient temples, explore Hanoi’s Old Quarter by rickshaw, sit down for a traditional water puppetry performance, kayak in Halong Bay and visit fishing village, taking boat cruises along the Mekong River, visiting floating markets, participating in cooking classes, biking through rice paddies, and enjoying beach activities in Cambodia…

3. Is it safe to travel with children in Vietnam and Cambodia?

Generally, Vietnam and Cambodia are safe for family travel. However, it’s important to take usual precautions such as watching out for traffic, staying hydrated, and being mindful of your belongings in crowded areas.

4. What are the visa requirements for visiting Vietnam and Cambodia with children?

Visa requirements vary depending on your nationality. Many nationalities can obtain a visa on arrival for both Vietnam and Cambodia, while others may need to apply for visas in advance. It’s important to check the latest visa requirements from the official embassy websites or consult with your local expert team.

5. What should we consider when planning accommodations for a family trip to Vietnam and Cambodia?

Look for family-friendly accommodations that offer amenities like family rooms, swimming pools, and playgrounds. It’s also advisable to choose centrally located hotels or resorts with easy access to transportation and attractions. Additionally, consider accommodations with dining options that cater to children’s preferences and dietary needs.