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8 Days Thailand Harley Davidson Adventure

 

 

Enjoy breakfast at the hotel before departing on your “City & Temples Tour.” This tour includes three of the most unusual Buddhist temples in Bangkok. Visit Wat Trimitr with its invaluable Golden Buddha (5 tons of solid gold!); Wat Pho, the most extensive temple in Bangkok with its colossal Reclining Buddha and the Chedis of the Kings; and the Grand Palace which is one of the most beautiful samples of an ancient Siamese court. It used to be the residence of the Kings of Thailand. Here you will see palaces which were used for different occasions—the Funeral Palace, the Reception Palace, the Throne Hall, the Coronation Hall, the Royal Guest House, and the beautiful Emerald Buddha Temple. By now you are ready for a typical Thai lunch prepared for you at the Supartra Restaurant. After lunch you will be transferred from Bangkok to Pattaya. After check in at the Amari Orchid Hotel, you’ll have time to rest and relax before going to the Alcazar Show. You’ll love every minute you spend in Alcazar! On stage is a bevy of professional entertainers presenting artistic impressions through songs and tales of love and adventure together with a fantastic sound and light show!

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Bike Touring from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh 21Days

 

Destinations: Riding a mountain bike along the byways of Vietnam is a most rewarding way to experience the beautiful scenery of coast, plains and highlands, plus interact with the local people.

We begin our journey from historic Hanoi in the north, travelling by the same mode as the local people. Visit the beautiful cities of Hue and Hoi An rich in history and architecture; relax in the blue waters of idyllic Nha Trang, then leave the coast for the mountain retreat of Dalat. The trip concludes in modern Ho Chi Minh City. The warmth and hospitality of the many, many Vietnamese people we meet along the way will add to a rich and diverse experience.

Brief in Itinerary

Day 1: Hanoi – Luong Son – Cao Phong -Mai chau – 145km

Day 2: Mai Chau – Canh Nang

Day 3: Canh Nang – Cam Thuy – Tho Xuan – Yen Cat – 117km

Day 4 : Yen Cat – Thai Hoa – Huong Khe(Ha Tinh) – 239km

Day 5: Huong Khe – Xuan Son – Phong Nha – 134km

Day 6: Phong Nha – Khe Sanh – 171km

Day 7: Khe Sanh – A Luoi – 106km

Day 8: A Luoi – Hue

Day 10: Hue – Lang Co

Day 11: Lang Co – Hoi An

Day 12: Hoi An – Quang Ngai – 151km

Day 13: Quang Ngai – Binh Dinh – Quy Nhon – 173km

Day 14: Quy Nhon – Tuy Hoa(Phu Yen) – 94km

Day 15: Tuy Hoa – Nha Trang – 149km

Day 16: Nha Trang – Da Lat – 137km

Day 17: Da Lat – Di Linh – Dai Ninh – Mui Ne(Phan Thiet) – 165km

Day 18: Mui Ne – Binh Chau – Vung Tau – 162km

Day 19: Vung Tau – TP Ho Chi Minh

Day 20: Sai Gon – Cu Chi

Day 21: Ho Chi Minh City – Departure

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Bike Touring from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh 21Days

Destinations: Riding a mountain bike along the byways of Vietnam is a most rewarding way to experience the beautiful scenery of coast, plains and highlands, plus interact with the local people.

We begin our journey from historic Hanoi in the north, travelling by the same mode as the local people. Visit the beautiful cities of Hue and Hoi An rich in history and architecture; relax in the blue waters of idyllic Nha Trang, then leave the coast for the mountain retreat of Dalat. The trip concludes in modern Ho Chi Minh City. The warmth and hospitality of the many, many Vietnamese people we meet along the way will add to a rich and diverse experience.

Brief in Itinerary

Day 1: Hanoi – Luong Son – Cao Phong -Mai chau – 145km

Day 2: Mai Chau – Canh Nang

Day 3: Canh Nang – Cam Thuy – Tho Xuan – Yen Cat – 117km

Day 4 : Yen Cat – Thai Hoa – Huong Khe(Ha Tinh) – 239km

Day 5: Huong Khe – Xuan Son – Phong Nha – 134km

Day 6: Phong Nha – Khe Sanh – 171km

Day 7: Khe Sanh – A Luoi – 106km

Day 8: A Luoi – Hue

Day 10: Hue – Lang Co

Day 11: Lang Co – Hoi An

Day 12: Hoi An – Quang Ngai – 151km

Day 13: Quang Ngai – Binh Dinh – Quy Nhon – 173km

Day 14: Quy Nhon – Tuy Hoa(Phu Yen) – 94km

Day 15: Tuy Hoa – Nha Trang – 149km

Day 16: Nha Trang – Da Lat – 137km

Day 17: Da Lat – Di Linh – Dai Ninh – Mui Ne(Phan Thiet) – 165km

Day 18: Mui Ne – Binh Chau – Vung Tau – 162km

Day 19: Vung Tau – TP Ho Chi Minh

Day 20: Sai Gon – Cu Chi

Day 21: Ho Chi Minh City – Departure

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Vietnam North East Cycling Holiday 15Days

 

Destinations: The vietnambiketours.asia of North East Vietnam offers challenging cycling through a stunning unexplored area rich with cultural and geographical wonders. From Vietnam’s buzzing capital, Hanoi, we journey to the remote undiscovered Ha Giang region. Cycling hilly hairpin bends amongst slopes, ridges, valleys, and limestone karsts the outstanding natural beauty will take your breath away.Terraced paddy fields and surreal limestone peaks are home to a vibrant, traditional tribal culture. Crops and dwellings seem to cling to the rocky terrain. We encounter Red Dao, Tay, White Hmong, Tay and Lo Lo communities who, until recently, have lived in complete isolation from the outside world. We witness an unchanged way of life, visiting the local markets, and seeing wildlife including water buffalo, pigs and horses.

Our tour ends with a visit to spectacular Halong Bay, the World’s largest marine limestone ‘karst’ landscape. We stay on a wooden junk, modelled on traditional Vietnamese sailing boats..

Brief in Itinerary

Day 1: Hanoi – Arrival

Day 2: Hanoi. Night train to Lao Cai

Day 3 : Lao Cai – Bac Ha

Day 4: Bac Ha – Xin Man – Hoang Su Phi

Day 5: Hoang Su Phi – Cycle over the “Heaven Gate 2” road pass to Tan Quang and along the Lo River to Ha Giang

Day 6: Rest Day Ha Giang

Day 7: Ha Giang to Quan Ba

Day 8: Cycle Quan Ba to Yen Minh

Day 9: Yen Minh Climb over the Rocky Plateau to Dong Van, and Meo Vac.

Day 10: Meo Vac to Bao Lac

Day 11: Bao Lac to Nguyen Binh

Day 12: Nguyen Binh to Hanoi

Day 13: Hanoi to Ha Long Bay

Day 14: Ha Long Bay to Hanoi

Day 15: depart Hanoi

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Destinations: The tour takes 15 days and we take time out of the saddle every three days or so to explore all the main sites along the way. We use train and boats and of course we have a fully equipped, air-conditioned support bus with us at all times so tired riders can rest in comfort whenever they wish.The tour is led by an experienced Vietnamese cycle guide. Plus we supply detailed route notes and maps so that you will enjoy maximum freedom while riding. There are no technical sections and the tour is suitable for riders of every level of experience. Some of the long rides will test experienced cyclists and due to the excellent nature of our support keen riders can happily blast off at their own pace.

Brief Itinerary

Day 1: Arrive Ha Noi (D)
Day 2: Hanoi city tour (B,L,D)
Day 3: Ha Noi – Hue (B,L)
Day 4: Hue city (40km cycling) (B,L)
Day 5: Hue – Hoi An (100km cycling) (B,L) – 140km
Day 6: Hoian – Kham Duc (Phuoc Son) (B,L) – 130km (cycling: 60km) (route 14E+AH17)
Day 7: Kham Duc – Dak Glei (65km – route 14) – Ngoc Hoi (60km – HCM route+AH17)
Day 8: Ngoc Hoi – Kon Tum (80km – HCM route + AH17) – Pleiku (55km – HCM route _AH17)
Day 9: Pleiku – Buon Ma Thuot (via Buon Ho) – 200km + Route 14
Day 10: Buon Ma Thuot – Lak Lake (50km)
Day 11: Lak Lake – Dalat (150km + route 27)
Day 12: Da Lat city (B,L)
Day 13: Da Lat – Di Linh (B,L,D) – 100km
Day 14: Di Linh – Mui Ne(Phan Thiet) – 130km
Day 15: Mui Ne (B)
Day 16: Mui Ne – TP Ho Chi Minh Departure (B)

More:.http://indochinatours.asia/tours/vietnam-cycle-roadless-travelled-16days or http://www.asiantrailtours.com/package-tours/13975/vietnam-cycle-roadless-travelled-16days

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