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Updated Tuesday, 28 July, 2015 by www.railwayadventures.com
Of all the fascinating holiday destinations the orient has to offer, nothing is as unforgettable as the vast and vibrant Vietnam by rail. Travelling by private train on the legendary Reunification Express, you will enjoy one of the world’s great rail journeys on this 1,700-kilometre odyssey through Vietnam’s most mesmerizing destinations.
Starting with your very own private sleeper and restaurant car in Ho Chi Minh City, this one-of-a-kind journey includes side trips to the quaint colonial hill station city of Dalat, the ancient trading port of Hoi An, the old imperial city of Hue and the DMZ with its dramatic war history.
Vietnam holidays seldom include exclusive charters on the normally inaccessible last steam railway in Indochina like this truly comprehensive tour does. To boot, your journey is topped off with an overnight cruise on the stunning World Heritage listed Halong Bay.
Adventure tours by train offer an indelible and totally unique approach to experiencing a country and its culture. Enjoy luxurious travel and leisure on board an all-exclusive train complete with private restaurant/bar car and private sleeping compartments for three full day journeys. Your compartment is arranged as required by 2 or 4 berths for the ultimate restful journey ensuring plentiful peace and privacy.
Indulgence is essential for once-in-a-lifetime luxury holidays like this and therefore all hotel accommodation (where available) is prearranged in 5-star hotels and dining arranged in superior local and western restaurants. Scott and his dedicated tour manager, together with numerous handpicked local guides, are on deck all the way to support you and the group on this adventure.
Vietnam is a treasure chest of cultural riches. Discover its prehistoric kingdoms, fascinating colonial past, extensive ethnic diversity and triumphant post-war reconstructions amidst delectable food, friendly folk and excellent shopping on this oriental railway odyssey.
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