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Activities and Dining
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Activities and Dining in Vietnam
Experience the beauty of Halong Bay on a private cruise for a special price of just VND3,150,000 (USD150). This price is for a 4-hour day cruise for two people operated by the Halong Bay Life Resort. It includes a set lunch, non-alcoholic beverages, entrance fees, use of snorkeling and kayaking equipment, and all taxes and service charges. This special price is available until April 30, 2012.
Experience the beauty of Halong Bay on a 2 day / 1 night cruise for a special price of USD85. The tour includes return transfers from Hanoi, all meals, an English speaking guide, all admission fees, kayaking, and accommodation in a Deluxe Cabin aboard the Oriental Sails junk. Rates are based on double/twin occupancy and a single supplement of USD25 applies.
Enjoy special rates Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at Tam Dao Golf Course in the mountains outside of Hanoi. On Monday you can enjoy unlimited golf for USD35 including green fee and caddie fee. On Wednesday and Friday you can golf 18 holes for USD50 – for any additional holes you will only be charged the green fee. This is an on-going promotion and available until further notice.
Ho Chi Minh City’s best brunch happens every Sunday at Restaurant Nineteen in the Caravelle Hotel. Their signature “Taittinger Champagne Brunch” is a succulent spread with tropical fruit, caviar, seafood, roasted meats, desserts, and unlimited alcohol. The buffet brunch costs VND1,321,000 (USD64) per adult and VND660,500 (USD32) per child including taxes and service charge.
See the best of Hanoi, the capital city of Vietnam, with this full day city tour. Visit the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, Ethnology Museum, Hoan Kiem Lake, and two temples then enjoy a one-hour tour around the Old Quarter on a traditional cyclo. This tour includes lunch and is available at a special rate of USD40 per person for 2 people until August 31, 2011. This tour is available every day except Monday.
Learn how to prepare authentic Vietnamese cuisine at the Hanoi Cooking Centre. The centre offers hands-on classes led by chef Tracy Lister, author of a popular Vietnamese cookbook. Classes are available in the morning, afternoon, or evening and last approximately 3.5 hours. The fee is VND1,050,000 (USD50) per person and 6 different classes are offered, including a vegetarian option.
Pamper yourself with a rejuvenating package at the Six Senses Spa, the most luxurious spa in Nha Trang. A variety of packages are available and offer a significant savings from individual treatments. The Six Senses’ signature “Vietnamese Experience” package costs VND3,200,000 (USD150) and includes a facial, foot bath, hair treatment, and traditional massage. This is an on-going promotion.
For one of the most extravagant meals in Hanoi, come to El Patio Restaurant at the Melia Hotel for their Cava & Cocktail Sunday Brunch. Enjoy a buffet spread of international cuisines plus unlimited house wine, beer, and soft drinks for just USD32 per adult. During the leisurely meal guests will enjoy live music from the house band. Brunch is available every Sunday from 11:30am – 2:30pm.
You can now buy tickets to the Xin Chao performance, one of Ho Chi Minh City’s top tourist attractions, online. Tickets are priced at USD20 each and available through the performance group’s official website. Xin Chao is a circus-like performance that brings traditional Vietnamese mythology to life through dance, music, martial arts, and acrobatics.
Eat, drink and be merry with dining promotions at the newly reopened Mövenpick Hotel Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City). Many of this 5-star hotel’s restaurants are participating with different dining deals throughout the week like Wednesday sushi night, Friday seafood buffet, and two different Sunday brunches. The hotel café is also offering a “happy hour” with a 50% discount on baked goods after 5pm.