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Duong’s agency Your local agent for luxury tours in Vietnam

212 reviews
In our Agency we have throughout the years gained extensive, local knowledge about this beautiful country, its culture, local gastronomy and all the hidden gems. Our Agency focuses on Boutique Travel with private tours held by local, knowledgeable guides. We provide provide high quality travel service, and will be with you all the way from beginning to end. Welcome to Vietnam!
Joined Evaneos: 3 years ago
Agency operating for: 15 years
Based in: Hanoi, Vietnam
Languages spoken: Italian, French, Spanish, German, English

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    M
    4 March 2019
    Best parts:
    The best parts about our trip was the quality of service we received from each and every guide, chauffeur and hotel staff. We were spoiled by all of them. Hotel accommodations were really clean and comfortable with a lot of luxury. But the sceneries and architecture and culture that we saw and experienced was the best part. Vietnam and Cambodia are two beautiful countries.
    Worst parts:
    This country is sooooo far. It took us 24 hours to get there and 36 hours on the way back. Way too long!!! We really need teleportation. The heat and humidity are also exhausting. Needed to plan more relax down time because of the heat. The food was not as good as I thought it would be. It was also difficult to have my food allergies accommodate. People don't seem to believe that food allergies are serious.
    Summary:
    Going to Vietnam was a childhood dream of mine. I am a babyboomer. We first arrived in Hanoi. Then went to Ninh Binh, then to Ha Long Bay, back to Hanoi and flew to Danang and visited Hue and Hoian...Going to Vietnam was a childhood dream of mine. I am a babyboomer. We first arrived in Hanoi. Then went to Ninh Binh, then to Ha Long Bay, back to Hanoi and flew to Danang and visited Hue and Hoian. Hoian was a discovery. Beautiful place to visit. We then flew to Ho Chi MInh, Cu Chi Tunnel. Then we left for the Mekong Delta and Can Tho, back to Ho Chi Minh to fly to Siem Reap, Cambodia. The whole complex of Angkor Wat is grandiose. All activities in Cambodia were special and interesting.See more
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    Duong
    Dear Mariette & Helene, For us there is nothing could be compared to the satisfaction of our client. Thank you so much for your nice words ! We are very happy to know that you Helene had a wonderfu...Dear Mariette & Helene, For us there is nothing could be compared to the satisfaction of our client. Thank you so much for your nice words ! We are very happy to know that you Helene had a wonderful and enjoyable trip. As you now see that the advantage of a custom & private tour is enjoying the personal service and the flexibility regarding to your preferences. We specialize in this and we will of course continue on trying our best to be the trustful travel dream maker. Again, we thank you for allowing us to introduce you to SE Asia’s people and culture. In the future, if we can also be of any service to your friends, colleagues, and relatives, please let us know. Best regards, Duong VuongSee more

  • JD
    JD
    27 November 2018
    Best parts:
    Vietnam was a revelation. I had no idea I would enjoy it so much. We loved our overnight boat trip in Ha Long and Bai Tu Long Bays. We loved the beauty of the Sapa area and interacting with the ethnic minority people. The Sunday Bac Ha market was a definite highlight. Hoi An was amazing, despite being overcrowded. The Cu Chi tunnel visit was well worthwhile.We really enjoyed Cat Tien National Park despite the many leeches. The lodge there was my favourite place we stayed.
    Worst parts:
    Hanoi and Saigon are so loud and busy. We spent as little time as possible in the cities. The overnight train from Hanoi to Sapa was an experience but I got no sleep at all. If you go to Cat Tien National Park, make sure you have good leech socks that go up to your thigh. The ones they give you are not adequate.
    Summary:
    We wanted to see a bit of everything; beautiful countryside, ancient and recent history, hill tribes, and nature. We succeeded. We loved that we were able to customize our trip. For much of our trip w...We wanted to see a bit of everything; beautiful countryside, ancient and recent history, hill tribes, and nature. We succeeded. We loved that we were able to customize our trip. For much of our trip we were accompanied by a guide and driver. We loved being able to ask them questions and they were always willing to talk candidly. Highlights were Ha Long Bay, Sapa, the Bac Ha market, Hoi An and Cat Tien National Park. We took the fast boat to Phnom Penn. We were accompanied by a guide who made crossing the border into Cambodia a breeze.See more