LUNCH AT LE LONGANIER RESTAURANT

Cai Be - Phu An

DURATION:
One-day cruise
CRUISES TYPE:
Cai Be Princess
DESTINATION:
Cai Be - Phu An
PRICE:
From VND 475,000 / person

ITINERARY

Join Victoria Cruises in exploring the fascinating river culture of the Mekong together with a sumptuous meal at Le Longanier Restaurant.

MENU 01:
Vegetable soup
Crispy fried elephant ear fish
Sautéed beef with vegetables
Steamed rice
Seasonal fruits

MENU 02:
Crispy fried banana flowers
Grilled snakehead fish
Chicken porridge
Seasonal fruits

Free sightseeing tour on cruises (45 minutes) after lunch
● Sightseeing cruise along the Phu An River aboard the Cai Be Princess
● Shore excursion to a traditional village making products from young rice
● See off guests at Cai Be Tourism Pier

TERMS & CONDITIONS:
● Minimum of 2 guests required
● Rate includes 10% VAT and 5% Service Charge
● Rate per person includes: Itinerary as specified and set menu lunch
● Children under 5 are free of charge. Children from 5-11: VND 240,000 per child

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