In the previous article, we refer to the tour of Ha Noi-Singapore-Malaysia right? Today, let’s take a look at another three-country tour in Southeast Asia, the tour Singapore-Thailand-Vietnam. This tour includes 6 days and 5 nights and travel by plane. Let’s follow with us.
The specific tour Singapore-Thailand-Vietnam schedule
DAY 1: SINGAPORE-BANGKOK
Day: Breakfast is served at the hotel. The tour bus and guide will next take you on a city tour to Mount Faber, Singapore’s highest point, for a panoramic view of the city and waterfront. Then proceed past the Civilian Monument, Queen Elizabeth Boardwalk, City Hall, St. Andrews, Sri Mariaman Hindu Temple, Chinatown, and the Botanical Garden, where the first rubber seeds were planted.
In the afternoon, visitors board a flight to Bangkok – the capital of Thailand. Thailand revolves entirely around central Bangkok, a vibrant city with an old-world charm. But Bangkok is more than simply a political capital and a prosperous metropolis; it is also a religious hub, or the “Abode of the Angels,” a city of 400 temples with lofty white walls and gem-encrusted gables catching the light on the rooftops.
Night: Have dinner at a restaurant and overnight at a 3-star hotel in the city center.
DAY 2: BANGKOK
Day: Have breakfast at Hotel. Then board a cruise along the Chao Phaya River and many canals in Thonburi, Bangkok’s twin city. View the vibrant beauty of Thai life along the banks. On your return, visit the Temple of Dawn. Then proceed to the complex of the most revered buildings in Thailand, the Chakri Hall, the ceremony halls, and the Temple of the Emerald Buddha.
In the afternoon, explore Bangkok and its many hidden temples. The first visit is to Wat Trimitr, the Golden Buddha Temple, which houses a solid gold Buddha 3 meters tall and weighing 5-1/2 tons. Then, on your route to Wat Po, the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, stroll through Bangkok’s Chinatown and Thieves Market. The Marble Temple, Wat Benchamaborpit, is the final stop. This lovely tiny monastery is made of white Carrara marble and is the best example of modern Thai architecture in the country.
Night: Enjoy a traditional Thai dinner and classical dance. Overnight in Bangkok. Manorha dinner cruise includes:
- Thai set menu
- Drinks Beverage List
- Draught Beer (Singha)
- Soft drinks, fruit juices, water
The Thai Contemporary Program has the following programs:
- Human Puppet Show
- Thai dance and Modern Broadway
DAY 3: BANGKOK- HO CHI MINH
Day: Breakfast is served at the hotel. Then fly to Ho Chi Minh City, once known as Saigon, in South Vietnam. Ho Chi Minh City is Vietnam’s largest city, and the hustle and bustle of Vietnamese people can be seen everywhere. There are street markets, sidewalk cafes, and sleek new bars. Within this congested metropolis, however, are 300 years of ageless history and the grandeur of an ancient civilization. To the west of the city is District 5, a massive Chinatown known as Cho Lon, which translates as “Big Market.”
Night: Dinner at a local restaurant then overnight at the hotel in the city center.
DAY 4: CU CHI-MEKONG DELTA
Day: Have breakfast at Hotel. Begin your journey to the Cu Chi Tunnels. Because of its strategic location, Cu Chi was a crucial base in the struggle against the US to defend the country. It is a 200-kilometer tunnel network that connects offices, hospitals, shelters, and weapons manufacturers. After visiting Cu Chi tunnels, get on the bus back to Ho Chi Minh City to visit the city including:
- Notre Dame Cathedral: built between 1877 and 1883 and located in the heart of Saigon’s government quarter.
- The Central Post Office: Next to the church is a French-style building with a glass roof and iron frame.
- City Hall: also known as “Hotel de Ville” and located at the North end of Nguyen Hue Boulevard; War Remnants Museum; Ben Thanh Market, Saigon Central Market.
Depart for My Tho, the capital of Tien Giang Province in the Mekong Delta, in the afternoon. This location, located in Vietnam’s southernmost region, is renowned as the “granary” of Vietnam and provides rice for the entire country. Before returning to your accommodation for the night, take a boat ride to Dragon Island and Phoenix Island.
Night: Dinner at a local restaurant. Then back to Ho Chi Minh City to stay overnight at the hotel.
DAY 5: HO CHI MINH- HA NOI
Day: Have breakfast at Hotel. Then take a flight to Hanoi, the capital city of Vietnam. It is a very attractive city with French buildings and less traffic than any other city in Asia. In the afternoon, visit famous places in the city such as:
- One Pillar Pagoda: Emperor Ly Thai Tong erected it. The highlight of this temple is that it is built of wood on a single stone pillar, it is designed like a lotus flower.
- The Temple of Literature: The Song Emperor established it in 1070 to reward scholars and persons who have made outstanding contributions to literature. Right in the heart of Hanoi, you may gaze out over Hoan Kiem Lake, which features an islet with a miniature Turtle Pagoda topped with a red star.
- Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum: the final resting place of the great leader Ho Chi Minh. This place has become a familiar pilgrimage place for Vietnamese people in general and international friends in particular.
- Opera House: a spectacular 900-seat theater erected in 1911 that was eventually chosen as the location to experience Water Puppetry at the City Water Puppet Theater on the banks of Hoan Kiem Lake. This magnificent art form originated in the north of Vietnam and is best viewed in Hanoi.
Night: Dinner at a local restaurant. Overnight at a central hotel in Hanoi.
DAY 6: HA NOI-SINGAPORE
Have breakfast at the hotel. Then check out and board the car to the airport to board a flight back to Singapore, the journey of 6 days and 5 nights of tour Singapore-Thailand-Vietnam ends. Farewell, and we’ll see you on the next trip.
To conclude, this article is written about a tour Singapore-Thailand-VietNam for 6 days and 5 nights in the Southeast Asian area. This is only an estimated schedule and can be flexibly changed in accordance with the time and weather situation. The article is for reference only. Hope useful to you. If you want to find out more detailed information, please contact reputable travel agents. We will be back with other exciting Southeast Asia tours.