There are so many beautiful places to visit in the Southeast Asia. You can visit Laos, Cambodia, Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, the Philippines and Vietnam. In fact, these countries are always filled with foreign tourists, especially during summer holidays.
Vietnam is one of the most visited Southeast Asian countries. Local and foreign tourists come here to have fun, relax, enjoy, do some shopping and of course, eat delicious Vietnam delicacies.
When it comes to travelling from one country to another country, backpackers will always be on the list. It’s like they always have the strength to travel. They always find liveliness and energy when it comes to short tours. And the thing is that they are enjoying with their activities.
And for your information, Vietnam is one of the favorite spots of backpackers. That is why, if you are roaming around the Ho Chi Minh City at night, you will find backpackers of different nationalities. They are having fun, drinking, singing and eating together along the streets of Ho Chi Minh City.
We have here a Vietnam backpacking tour Itinerary for your 1-week stay.
Upon your arrival to the airport, a staff from your trusted travel agent will pick you up and send you to your hotel. After given enough time to rest, you will be sent out to watch a water puppet show. After this you may go back to your hotel or roam around the city of Hanoi.
Today you will travel to Ha Long City. The tour guide will pick you up from the hotel and will go to the pier. You will be cruising the bay to Ha Long City. So, enjoy the beautiful scenery of the islands. You may enjoy swimming, kayaking, eating fresh seafood and partying on the deck.
Early in the morning, you will surely enjoy the sunrise or join the Taichi Lesson and cooking classes. You will visit the Surprising Cave. From Hanoi, you need to get a night train and move to Lao Cai.
Upon arrival to Lao Cai train station, you will go to Sapa Town. You will visit the Cat Cat Village and experience the Black H’mong tribe’s lifestyle. Enjoy the rice padding and the waterfall landscapes. After that exploration, you may go back to your hotel. And then, feel free to wander around Sapa Town.
You will have a 12km trekking up and down the small trails of the Muong Hoa Valley, where you can find the most beautiful sceneries of rice fields in Asia. You will have lunch along the Muong Hoa River. And then, continue your trekking to the Ta Van Village, where you can experience the Dzay tribe lifestyle. After this exploration, you need to head back to the hotel and rest because you need to get back to the Lao Cai train station for a night travel going back to Hanoi.
When you arrive at the Tran Quy Cap Train Station in Hanoi, you have to get a taxi going to your hotel. And then, get yourself ready for another trip from Hoa Lu to Tam Coc. The tour guide will pick you up to visit the historic capital, ancient temples of Le and Dinh Dynasty. You will be having lunch in Tam Coc. There, you will witness the beauty of the karst formation, caves and limestones. You will also experience the simple lifestyle of the people around. You my ride bicycles to move around the small villages. After these activities, the staff will send you back to your hotel.
Your backpacking tour ends and they will pick you up from the hotel. They will send you to the airport for your departure.
You might end one of tiring tours you ever had in your life, but as I’ve it is just one. It only shows that backpackers travelling and the journey continues. So, for other backpackers you may find a trusted travel company. Choose backpacking Vietnam on a Budget: 1 Week Itinerary packages. You will surely enjoy, explore and discover more about different cities in Vietnam. I’m sure that you would like to know more about the tourist attractions in Vietnam. So, try to find time again and come back.
“Dean is a backpacker and he goes to different Southeast Asian countries every summer. He escapes from the stress of work. He visited various cities in Vietnam to spend time with. His journey is still going on, so he would love to explore more of the beauty that Vietnam shows. ”