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Saigon is the country’s commercial center and, with over eight million inhabitants and four million motorbikes, a city that never sleeps. Despite the well-documented hustle and bustle, Saigon retains its connections with the past.
 
Our tour guide will introduce you the key highlights of the most dynamic city of Vietnam. Although Saigon has rapidly developed into a modern city with skyscrapers and shopping centers, there are still remnants of its past visible in the historic landmarks and beautiful French colonial buildings dotted throughout the city.

Traveling with 4U Tours between Saigon and Siem Reap, you are invited on a unique cruise – the Jayavarman. In promise of bringing you the most luxury cruising experience, the Jayavarman carries the artistry of the Khmer monarch combining with the subtlety of the French cruise liner Normandie and the romance of Indochina.
 
This cruise is honored to make you feel like gliding on a floating art gallery by its intricate woodcarvings, Khmer bas-reliefs and Vietnamese lacquer paintings. Moreover, the Jayavarman is measured 57.8 meters from bow to stern and holds 27 elegantly decorated cabins; altogether it provides all the space you need for your best comfort. Being kings and queens on this cruise, you are welcomed to enjoy admiring the Khmer artifacts in its Henry Mouhor Lounge, mingling with its luxury in the Club 1930 Bar, dining in its elegant Indochina Dining Hall or loving yourself with spa treatments in the Apsara Spa. Beyond convenience, you are gifted a spectacular view of the passing delta with great mental & physical relaxation in its Jacuzzi located on its top sundeck.
 
A superior experience is awaiting you on this Jayavarman.

Inspired by the serenity and artistry associated with this great Khmer monarch, The Jayavarman’s design was also influenced by the French cruise liner Normandie, which launched in 1935. Traveling between Saigon and Phnom Penh, the Jayavarman marries the art deco charm of 1930’s France with the romance of Indochine. 
Measuring 57.8 meters from bow to stern, the Jayavarman holds 27 elegantly decorated cabins. Thanks to its intricate woodcarvings, Khmer bas-reliefs and Vietnamese lacquer paintings, this impressive cruise ship resembles a floating art gallery. Wherever they look, guests are reminded of the local arts and culture.
With three-and-a-half decks the Jayavarman is as spacious as it is beautiful. Guests can admire Khmer artifacts in the Henry Mouhot Lounge, mingle in the Club 1930 Bar, dine in the elegant Indochine Dining Hall, and recharge with spa treatments in the Apsara Spa. A Jacuzzi is located on the top sundeck, which offers spectacular views of the passing delta. 

Major sites that you will visit during the trip:

Cai Be Floating Market

A big and colorful floating market in the Mekong Delta

Mangrove Forest Base

Mangrove forests with birds, wild animals, and fishes

Ca Mau Cape

The southernmost location with the last milestone of Vietnam mainland

Clay Pagoda

A pagoda known for its clay Buddha statues has been recognized as a historical and cultural relic

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The Mekong Delta is where the mighty Mekong River completes its 2,700 mile (4,300 km) journey from the Tibetan plateau and empties its riches into the South China Sea. This is an area of lush, tropical and fertile lands. It is often referred to as the 'rice bowl' of Vietnam due its huge production of rice crop. Vegetables, exotic fruits (coconuts, mangoes, rambutan) and fishing also feature prominently here.

With only 4 days you will visit the most typical places of Mekong Delta with the floating markets, Mangrove forest, Khmer Pagodas and the most special is Ca mau Cape, the southernmost location of Vietnam mainland. Enjoy your beautiful days with green, peaceful nature and friendly people.

A trip to Southern Vietnam should cover Saigon for an overview of the biggest city in Vietnam, the underground world Cu Chi Tunnels and green Mekong Delta with boat cruise on Mekong River.

Saigon

Explore the biggest, the most bustling and hustling city in Vietnam

Cu Chi

Discover the underground world during the war of Vietnamese people against the U.S

Chinatown

Experience classical Chinese architecture of Chinese people 

Mekong Delta

Visit Vietnam's biggest "rice basket" where you can witness the animation of a real floating market

An authentic good meal is not told by its appearance, but smell, texture, taste and even sound. A good dining experience is all about enjoying those to the ultimate extent.

At Noir – Dining in the dark, you are invited to a feast of senses – a unique & brand new experience that will introduce you to the most original & finest meaning of enjoying culinary.

Key highlights:

  • Having dinner or lunch served in a pitch-black room by sightless people, with the finest dishes.

An authentic good meal is not told by its appearance, but smell, texture, taste and even sound. A good dining experience is all about enjoying those to the ultimate extent.

At Noir – Dining in the dark, you are invited to a feast of senses – a unique & brand new experience that will introduce you to the most original & finest meaning of enjoying culinary.

Key highlights:

  • Having dinner or lunch served in a pitch-black room by sightless people, with the finest dishes.

This grand colonial-style boutique hotel enjoys a prime location in central Ho Chi Minh City (District 1), overlooking the Opera House on Lam Son Square. Only 100 metres from Dong Khoi Shopping Street, it offers free Wi-Fi, a 20-metre outdoor pool and the pampering Xuan Spa. Park Hyatt Saigon is within a 5-minute drive from Notre Dame Cathedral of Saigon, the Reunification Palace and the Central Business District. It is a 45-minute drive from Tan Son Nhat International Airport and 4 km from Saigon Railway Station.

Duxton Hotel Saigon is strategically located in the heart of the city, just 20 minutes from the airport. Duxton Hotel Saigon offers 198 deluxe rooms and suites that boast views of the Saigon River and city. Furnished with contemporary Vietnamese artwork and traditional fabrics, each room offers a warm and comfortable environment for the discerning travelers. Each of the deluxe and executive rooms and suites features standard amenities that include satellite television, a personal bar, tea/coffee-maker, and generous bathrooms. Duxton Hotel Saigon's Grill restaurant lets guests savor authentic Vietnamese, Singaporean, Malaysian, Indonesian, and Western cuisines with wines from all around the world. For your reservation, please select the dates of your stay and complete our secure online booking form.

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