Vietnam has become a major tourist destination since the 1990s, assisted by significant state and private investment, particularly in coastal regions. About 3.77 million international tourists visited Vietnam in 2009 alone.
3D2N Vietnam Ho Chi Minh + Mui Ne, Vietnam
- Transportation: Land transfer by private vehicle for whole trip
- Accomodation: 2 nights twin sharing at hotels with daily breakfast.
- Meals: 2 breakfasts and 1 lunch
- Attractions: 1 bottle of mineral water per person on touring day.
- English speaking guides on first day
- Admission fees as mentioned in the program.
- Service charge and Government taxes
- Vietnam visa stamping fee.
- All international and domestic air tickets.
- Personal expenses.
- Travel insurance
- Sand board and quad bike in Mui Ne
- Train ticket in Da Lat.
- Tips and gratuities.
- Services not clearly mentioned above.
- Our staff will contact you by email once your purchase is completed
- Message us at the bottom right if you’ve any queries
Prices quoted above are for 8pax shared tour. For smaller private tours, contact us for quotation (Whatsapp: +65 86710532)
- By default is double occupancy, the traveler will share the hotel room with another guest
- Peak season (New Years, Christmas and Lunar New Years)
- Cancellation & Transfer Policy
Pickup at the airport by private car in the morning then transfer to Mui Ne. Free leisure in Mui Ne and enjoy the Mui Ne beach
Depart early in the morning to catch sunrise and also to avoid sun heat.
First we depart to White Sand dune with camera ready in hand to catch beautiful sunrise. You will also admire gorgeous Lotus Pond located in the center of the sand hill where lots of lotus grow and bloom almost all season. Other activities can be taken: riding quad-bikes over sand dunes and ostriches riding (at own expense), sliding down sand dunes slopes with surfboards.
Next, we visit Red sand dunes, great opportunity for taking photo as red colour of the sand is great contrast to background scenery.
Then we continue to visit fishing village, observing the daily lives of fishermen, morning catch is hauled to shore and women are busy sorting out the catch and fishing boats are lining up and waiting to depart. Finally, visit Fairy spring (Suoi Tien) where the small stream running through the middle of the red sand dunes. It is like a version of Red Canyon. Get back hotel by Jeep. Free day to enjoy beaches. Then transfer to HCMC, overnight in HCMC.
After Breakfast, going around Ho Chi Minh City from downtown Saigon to Chinatown to get a general view of it as well as its history and culture with stops at Reunification Palace (Ex-Presidential Palace) that was built in 1963 and is well-known as an outstanding example of 1960’s architecture, the War Remnants, passing by Notre Dame Cathedral (built in 1877), the General Post Office.
You will also visit Chinatown, and Ben Thanh market with a stop for a while at a lacquer shop, you can buy some gifts for your friends, beloved relative. Free at your leisure. Private transfer to International Airport for flight back to home country.
Passport, change of clothes, sun block, sun glasses, sun hat, insect repellent, and rain coat.
Nov to Feb is the best time to travel in Vietnam.
Vietnam has wet season and dry season. Nov to April is in dry season and one could further divide dry season into hot season and cool season. Nov to Feb is in cool season while Mar to Apr is in hot season.
Nov to Feb: Cool season in Vietnam. It is also a season with many traditional Vietnam Fesitvals, like Da Lat Flower Festival in Jan or Spring Festival in Feb. Tourists could experience authentic Vietnamnese culture in these festivals.
Mar to Apr: Hot season in Vietnam. The weather is extremely hot and it is easy to get surburnt with strong sunlight.
May to Oct: Wet season in Vietnam. It rains frequently and heavily. Humidity is very high. Also, coastal areas are easy target of typhoon and hurricane. It is advised that your trip may be affected within these months.
China passport holders departing from Singapore could apply for visa upon arrival (Fees: USS45)
China passport holders departing from China need to apply for visa in advance.
Singapore passport holders do not need visa.