61HotelsCambodiaPhnom PenhOffering city and river views, the CardamomHotelis located close to the Central Marketand facilities include a restaurant, lobby bar,fitness room and a business centre.Siem ReapConveniently situated in the heart of SiemReap, facilities at the Angkor Holiday Hotelinclude a restaurant, lounge bar, outdoorswimming pool and a fitness centre withsauna and spa as well as a business centre. LaosLuang PrabangVilla Chitdarais a beautiful, refinedguesthouse located in the heart of the old district of Luang Prabang. The focalpoint of this peaceful guesthouse is themodern cafe courtyard.VientianeThe Sabaidee@Lao Hotelis situated in theheart of the city centre. Hotel facilitiesinclude a restaurant serving multi-cuisinedishes, a bar and currency exchange facilities. HotelsLan Lan I, SaigonBook now on 0844 499 3899visit www.wendywutours.co.ukor see your preferred travel agentVietnamSaigonThe recently refurbished Lan Lan Iand LanLan II are situated in the business districtand close to Ben Thanh Market. The hoteloffers a restaurant, bar, fitness room andcurrency exchange facilities. HanoiLocated in the Old Quarter of Hanoi,facilities at the Demantoid Hotelinclude arestaurant, bar and a business centre.Hoi AnThe Glory Hotelis located within a five minutes' walk of the city centre.Facilities include a breakfast room, fitnessroom, a business centre and currencyexchange facilities.HueThe Park View Hotelis located in the heartof Hue and facilities include a restaurant,bar, outdoor swimming pool, fitness roomand a spa.Halong BayWith golden sails, polished woodwork andrefined traditional Asian décor, facilities on-board the Hai Long Junk Boatsinclude adining room serving fresh seafood, loungebar, beauty room and a sun deck. Your accommodation is selected for convenience of location,comfort or character and can rangefrom a business hotel in one city to a family run guesthouse in asmaller town. In more remote areas, accommodationmay be of a lower standard and may not have all western amenities. Hotelsare generally rated as local three to fourstar standard, but please note that there is no international classificationsystem for hotels and differences infacilities and quality do exist betweenthe UK and Indochina. Here is a selection of hotels that we workwith throughout Indochina. Should anyof these hotels be unavailable at the timeof your tour, we will use a property of asimilar standard.
Before you travelHow soon after making our bookingwill we receive confirmation? Once we have received your deposit wewill send your confirmation documents. Do you send us information aboutthe destinations we will visit? You will receive a travel guide andphrasebook as well as a suggested packing list.Will I know which hotels I will bestaying in before I go? Hotel details will be sent with your finaldocuments. However, these may besubject to last minute alterations. How do I get my visa?The cost of your visa is included the yourprice (UK passports only). Simply send usyour passport, completed visa applicationform and passport size photos eight weeksbefore departure by Royal Mail SpecialDelivery and we aim to have them sentback to you within four weeks. If yourequire your passport back earlier, pleaselet us know so that we can arrange for an62Your Questions AnsweredPhnom Penh'express' visa service at an additionalcharge. Passports or visa application formsreceived six weeks or less before departurewill automatically incur an 'express' visafee. (Wendy Wu Tours does not acceptresponsibility for lost or undelivered items.Personal collection or courier services areavailable on request).What vaccinations do I need? We recommend you see your doctor atleast six weeks prior to travel to allow timefor any necessary vaccinations. Pleaseremember to take your itinerary with you.What is the maximum luggageallowance on your tours? Your main suitcase or backpack must notexceed 20kg and your hand luggage mustnot exceed 5kg as this is the maximumallowance on internal flights.What currency should I take? We recommend you take Sterling or USDollars as well as local currency and acredit/debit card. We do not recommendtravellers cheques. Please ensure you havesufficient funds to pay for personalexpenses such as drinks, snacks, souvenirs,additional tipping and optional extras.Tipping must be in US dollars.Whilst on TourIs there a dress code on your tours?Our dress code is very relaxed; however,please note that clothing covering the armsand legs is more appropriate when visitingreligious buildings. We suggest smartcasual attire for the evenings. Do the hotel rooms have kettles,irons and hairdryers? There is no guarantee that the rooms willhave these. If you require these items,please take them with you. Is tipping compulsory? Tipping is a way of life. We therefore like to honour tradition and offer tokens of our appreciation whilst on tour. For your convenience, compulsory tippingamounts are stated on each Group Tourpage. These will be collected by yourNational Escort on arrival in each country.Porterage is not included on our GroupTours to Indochina. On Private Tours, ShortStays and Extensions, tipping isdiscretionary; however, we will adviseapproximate amounts.