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Roundtrip: Thailand-Laos-Vietnam-Cambodia und zurueck

Erstellt von waanjai_2, 09.10.2009, 18:43 Uhr · 16 Antworten · 3.142 Aufrufe

  1. #11
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    Danke, hat sich nichts verändert.

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    @ waanjai_2

    grenzuebergang nach vietnam koennte ein problem werden. frag mal socky7 ob er seine tour gemacht hat.


  4. #13
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    Hallo waanjai_2,

    wir haben diese Tour 2007 und dieses Jahr gemacht, mit folgendem routing:

    Udon Thani B> Vientiane B> Luang Prabang F> Hanoi Z> Da Nang B> Hoi An Z> Nha Trang B> Mui Ne B> HCMC(Saigon)B> Mekong Delta S> Pnomh Phen B> Siem Reap/Angkor B> Battambang B> Khorat B> Udon Thani

    B> steht für Verkehrsmittel Bus
    F> " Flieger
    Z> " Zug
    S> " Schiff

    Wir waren beide Male je 7 Wochen unterwegs. Immer ab Mitte Januar.

    Hat uns immer sehr gut gefallen. Keine Probleme mit Visa, da Visum für Vietnam in Vientiane "gekauft", Visa für Laos und Kambodscha jeweils "on arrival". Vietnam ist sehr gut mit Bus und Bahn "abklapperbar", nur an den Feiertagen ist alles voll.

    Ich werde ab Anfang Dezember wieder in Udon Thani sein, können uns dann ja mal kurzschliessen. Ich hatte im Januar dieses Jahres einmal mit dir telefoniert, wollte dich besuchen, musste aber blitzartig am Tag darauf wg. schweren Krankheitsvorfall in der Familie zurück nach Germanien fliegen.

    OK Gruss


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    Die ersten Ideen vom Reisebuero in Udon Thani/Bangkok trudeln ein. Eine relativ kurze Tour mit Anreise von Laos per Flieger waere dann wohl so etwas. Vietnam Schnupper-Tour:

    ( 5 days/ 4 nights )

    Day 1: Hanoi (L,D)
    Arrive at Noi Bai Airport. Meet and transfer to hotel. Visit Ethnology Museum, Hoan Kiem lake, Ngoc Son temple, 36 guild streets. Water puppetry show.

    Day 2: Hanoi - Ha Long (B,L,D)
    Visit Ho Chi Minh´s mausoleum, Ho Chi Minh museum, One Pillar pagoda, Temple of Literature - the first university of Vietnam (built in 1070). Departure to Ha Long Bay - the World Heritage granted by UNESCO in 1994.

    Day 3: Ha Long - Hanoi (B,L,D)
    Boat trip through majestic Ha Long Bay. Enjoy beautiful landscape of Ha Long naturally formed by islands and islets, explore natural caves or sunbathing. Return Hanoi.

    Day 4: Hanoi - Ninh Binh (B,L,D)
    Departure to Ninh Binh, visit the Hoa Lu old citadel, the King of Dinh and Tran temples. Take a boat trip through rice field to Tam Coc. Back to Hanoi.

    Day 5: Hanoi (B)
    Shopping and transfer to airport for departure.

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    Was halten die Leute mit Erfahrung von der folgenden kommerziell angebotenen Vietnam-Tour. Anreise und Rueckreise wieder von Vientianne, Laos per Flieger.

    (Tour code: VN141)

    Destinations: Hanoi, Halong Bay, Hue, China Beach - Hoi An, Saigon - Cu Chi, Mekong Delta.

    Duration: 14 days/ 13 nights
    Starts from: Hanoi
    Ends in: Saigon
    - The "Classic Vietnam" journey can be enjoyed at any time of the year. In south Vietnam, the “dry” season runs from November to May. Temperatures average between 22 and 30 degrees.The “wet” season is characterised by a brief shower late in the afternoon with temperatures from 25 to 33 degrees.
    - Central Vietnam wet season, sometimes called cool winter, usually starts in October and ends in March. From April to end of September are the best months for swimming in this region’s beautiful beaches.
    - Hanoi and north Vietnam experience two seasons - summer and winter. Summers are dry and warm, averaging 25 to 33 degrees. Winters (October to March) can be cool with temperatures in Hanoi averaging 10 to 20 degrees in January. Some winter months experience a light, drizzling rain.


    Day 1: Hanoi Arrival (D)
    Upon arrival in Hanoi you will be met and transferred to your hotel. This afternoon we have a rest after a long flight or an orientation for the exploration. Tonight we dine at one of Hanoi’s finest restaurants. Accommodation

    Day 02 : Hanoi (B, L, D)
    Our tour of this fascinating capital this morning offers us an insight into the life and times of Ho Chi Minh, the father of modern Vietnam. We’ll start with a visit to Ho Chi Minh’s mausoleum, then the house on stilts from which “Uncle Ho” ruled Vietnam until his death in 1969. We’ll also view the Presidential Palace and One Pillar Pagoda, and the fascinating display of memorabilia in the Ho Chi Minh Museum. Next we visit Hanoi’s first University - the Temple of Literature - dating back to 1070. Also visit the infamous “Hanoi Hilton” - Hanoi’s former central prison made famous first for the incarceration of the leaders of Vietnam’s National Liberation movement and later US Airforce pilots shot down over North Vietnam. For lunch sample a traditional Vietnamese ‘pho’, the delicious noodle soup that is the unofficial national dish of Vietnam. This evening enjoy a performance of Hanoi’s famous Water Puppets. Also enjoy another aspect of Vietnamese cuisine – perhaps a meal at Hanoi’s most famous ‘cha ca’ (a distinctly spiced fried fish dish) restaurant.

    Day 03 : Hanoi - Ha Long bay (B, L, D)
    Morning depart for Halong Bay, we go through the scenic countryside. The wondrous Halong Bay is truly one of Vietnam’s most impressive scenic sights. Heading out of the town we embark on a boat for an exploration of the legendary Halong Bay. This exciting five hour cruise will provide us a fantastic view of the picturesque scenery blending with the sky and some 3,000 limestone islands rising amazingly from the clear and emerald water. The limestone karsts formations are littered with beaches, grottoes and beautiful caves. Along the way we will anchor for a leisurely swim in a secluded cove and an enjoyable visit to one of the many hidden grottoes beneath towering cliffs. Stay overnight on the Junk Cruise.

    Day 04 : Ha Long bay - Hanoi (B, L)
    Drive back to Ha Noi with a stopover at Dong Trieu pottery village. Free afternoon at Ha Noi for own activities with guide at disposal. Hotel: Overnight in Hanoi

    Day 5: Hanoi - Hoi an (B, L)
    This morning fly to Danang and Central Vietnam. Our first stop is the Cham Museum then the Marble Mountains, with their cave and hillside temples and scenic views. Visit nearby China Beach before continuing on to enchanting Hoi An. The cuisine of Hoi An reflects a multicultural history, with Chinese and European influences evident in the town’s many charming restaurants. Tonight we enjoy an entertaining cooking demonstration from which we learn some of the secrets of the town’s cuisine. Accommodation

    Day 6: Hoian (B, L, D)
    This morning we rise early and take a boat along the tranquil Thu Bon River to the town’s vibrant riverside market, then take a walking tour through the historic streets of Hoi An. Visit the Hoi An Museum, a Chinese Assembly Hall, the Japanese Covered Bridge, and a traditional trading house. The rest of the day is free to enjoy this beautiful town with its many clothing shops, cafes and river life. Perhaps relax on the beach or by the hotel pool, or try some of the town’s local specialties.

    Day 7: Hoian - Hue (B, L, D)
    This morning we cross spectacular Hai Van Pass to Hue. Hue was Vietnam’s capital during the Nguyen Dynasty, andis also a centre of Buddhism with many active pagodas. This afternoon we walk among the impressive remnants of the Citadel and then visit the revered Thien Mu Pagoda returning to your hotel by boat along the Perfume Riiver. This evening join your tour leader to sample some of Hue’s traditional vegetarian cuisine at the Tinh Tam ‘Calm Soul’ restaurant. Accommodation

    Day 08 : Hue (B, L, D)
    This morning we drive to the tombs of the emperors, Tu Duc and Khai Dinh. On return to Hue, you may wish to sample more of the city’s popular cuisine. The afternoon is free to relax or perhaps take a cyclo ride to the town market. This evening we will sample some of the famous Royal cuisine of Hue in a special Imperial banquet characterised by fine presentation and a diversity of cooking methods and textures.

    Day 09 : Hue - Ho Chi Minh (B,L, D)
    This morning fly to Ho Chi Minh City. We tour some of the city’s famous sites, beginning with Cholon – Saigon’s Chinatown. See the ornate interior of the Thien Hau temple, and walk the maze of alleyways through Binh Tay Market. We finish back in District 1 with a walk through the city centre, stopping at famous landmarks such as Notre Dame Cathedral, the colonial Post Office, the Hotel de Ville, Municipal Theatre and Dong Khoi Street. Sample some of the city’s ice cream and iced coffee as we watch the city’s motorbike traffic stream by. Tonight we take a walk along one of the city’s liveliest food streets, then dine at a popular local restaurant. Accommodation

    Day 10: Ho Chi Minh (B, L)
    This morning we join a cooking class in tropical surroundings, under the guidance of a local chef who reveals some of the secrets of successful Vietnamese cooking. Dishes we prepare may include ‘cha gio’ (Vietnamese spring rolls), goi du du (green papaya salad), and thit ko tieu (stewed pork in caramel). Finish the morning by sampling our creations in a sumptuous lunch. This afternoon tour the historic former Presidential Palace, and the War Remnants Museum.

    Day 11: Ho Chi Minh - Can Tho (B, L)
    We travel south into the heart of the Mekong Delta. For lunch, sample one of the Mekong’s specialities – elephant ear fish (ca tai tuong). We travel on by boat, taking in the verdant landscapes and river life that typify this region.On arrival at Can Tho check into your beautiful French colonial style hotel situated on the banks of the Mekong River. Accommodation

    Day 12: Can Tho - Chau Doc (B, L, D)
    This morning board your boat for a visit to the fascinating floating market at Cai Rang. See local farmers trading their produce on the water as they have done for centuries. Continue on to a fruit orchard where you can sample the tropical fruits grown in this region and try some local tea. In the afternoon drive deeper into the Mekong. On arrival in Chau Doc visit Sam Mountain for sunset, with its breathtaking views over rice paddies to the Cambodian border Accommodation .

    Day 13: Chau Doc - Ho Chi Minh (B, L, D)
    This morning we drive back through the Mekong Delta farmlands to Ho Chi Minh City. In the afternoon you have free time for last minute shopping or exploration before a final tour meal to remember, at one of the city’s finest Vietnamese restaurants – Mandarin. Accommodation: .

    Day 14: Departure
    Free untill transfer to TAN SON NHAT airport for flying to your next destination.

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    kommt halt auch auf den preis an bei deiner klassischen vietnam tour. den trip von hanoi zur halong bay kann man sehr günstig überall in hanoi buchen. würde diese mit einer oder zwei nächten auf dem boot inmitten der halong bay machen. von hanoi könnte man dann sehr preiswert nach saigon fliegen mit pacific airlines (nach vientam airlines die größte airline in vietnam). nach einigen tagen saigon und umgebung könntest du mit vietnam airlines (kleine atr) auf die südlichste insel phu quoc fliegen( in sichtweite der kambodschanischen küste), traumhaft schön . und von dort auch wieder züruck nach saigon und dann direkt mit air asia kambodscha (siem reap) anfliegen.

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    Nur mal schnell eingestreut. Vielen Dank fuer all die Beitraege hier. Wenn man selbst noch nie da war, dann sind doch alle Beitraege irgendwie Hinweise oder Anstoesse. Zur Zeit bin ich Sammler. :-)

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