Natalie and Marc
Marc & I are excited to be planning our honeymoon in Vietnam & Cambodia. We haven't booked yet due to our work schedules but hope to soon. Being the gypsy's that we are we figured that this was more of an ideal registry for us as. Although gifts are not necessary if you do wish to contribute to our honeymoon experience we would be thrilled. Here are some of the fun things we hope to do. xxxCambodia Vietnam Nha Trang, Vietnam Hội An, Vietnam Cambodia
We hope to stay a night or two in Hanoi. Help us with a lovely hotel room in the city.
The Temple of Literature, dedicated to Confucius and Vietnam's first university, was founded in 1070 by Emperor Ly Thanh. Ngoc son temple is on a small island in the middle of the city and is dedic...
To get to Sapa in northern Vietnam, we'd like to take the overnight train from Hanoi. We would love to take one of luxury sleeper cars so that we arrive in Sapa well rested.
Mount Fan Si Pan is the highest mountain in Vietnam. You know Marc is going to want to hike all the way to the top! We'd love to take this day trip from Sa Pa.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Halong Bay is made up of thousands of limestone karsts and isles with hundreds of deep caves. One of the best ways to experience Halong Bay is on a 3-day/2-night luxur...
Of course a honeymoon wouldn't be complete for Marc without some ancient ruin to geek out on. The ancient Indian-inspired ruins at Hoi An are estimated to have stood on this historical site since ...
The oldest national park in Vietnam, this green spot encompassing limestone mountains and traditional stilt houses of the Muong hill-tribe is home to some of the world's rarest species. We hope to ...
Vietnam contains some of the world's most stunning beaches. We hope to take front line spot on the South China Sea to paddle in warm waters or just marvel at that view. We will snorkel the crystal ...
Six Senses Ninh Van Bay sits on a dramatic bay that gives the feeling of an island, with impressive rock formations overlooking the East Vietnam Sea. Help us get to this paradise.
Buy us lunch as we explore the sights and sounds of the Floating Market on the banks of Vietnam's most famous highway, the Mekong River.
After Marc has dragged me up every mountain in Vietnam I will be ready for a few nights of luxury in Siam Reap. :)
Angkor Wat, built over the course of thirty years in the 1100's as a home for King Suryavarman II after his death, was unknown and undiscovered until France colonized Cambodia in the mid 1800's. Wh...