The three jewels of Indochina – Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia – share a common cultural heritage yet possess their own unique personalities and histories as well. The French ruled this area, collectively known as Indochine, from the late 1800’s through the mid-20th century. The French influence still remains in some areas, mingling with the cultural influences of China and India.
Laos is the least developed of the three former French Indochinese states and offers travelers an unparalleled glimpse of traditional Southeast Asian life. After two decades of isolation from the outside world, this landlocked, sparsely populated country is enjoying peace, stabilizing its political and economic structures, and admitting foreign visitors - albeit in limited numbers.
Most visitors to Vietnam are overwhelmed by the sublime beauty of the country's natural setting: the Red River Delta in the north, the Mekong Delta in the south and almost the entire coastal strip are a patchwork of brilliant green rice paddies tended by women in conical hats. There are some divine beaches along the coast, while inland there are soaring mountains, some of which are cloaked by dense, misty forests. Vietnam also offers an opportunity to see a country of traditional charm and rare beauty rapidly opening up to the outside world.
Cambodia has emerged from decades of war and isolation and is well and truly back on the Southeast Asian travel map. The successor-state of the mighty Khmer Empire, which ruled much of what is now Vietnam, Laos and Thailand, Cambodia boasts a rich culture, a weathered French-era capital and impressive natural scenery. The celebrated temples of Angkor are Cambodia's greatest tourist attraction.
|Day 1||Siemreap city > Angkor National Museum > Angkor Thom > Bayon Temple > Elephant Terrace > Ta Prohm temple||Upon arrival at Siem Reap Airport, greeting by our friendly tour guide, then you...||D|
|Day 2||Siemreap city > Angkor Wat temple > Banteay Srei||Breakfast at hotel Continue to the architectural masterpiece of Angkor Wat....||B , L|
|Day 3||Siemreap city > Tonle sap lake cambodia > Siemreap city > Luang Prabang||Breakfast at hotel We drive to visit Mechrey Natural Tourism, located 15km...||B , L|
|Day 4||Luang Prabang > Wat Sene > Wat Xieng Thong > Pak Ou Caves > Ban Xang Hai > Ban-Xang-khong > Ban Phanom||Today, we enjoy a short-guided tour seeing the city’s oldest temple of&nbs...||B|
|Day 5||Luang Prabang > Phosi Market > Khoang Si waterfall > Wat Phabath||An optional early start gives you the fantastic opportunity to participate in th...||B|
|Day 6||Luang Prabang > Royal Palace in Luang Prabang > Ha Noi capital||After breakfast, we visit The National Museum at the former Royal Pala...||B|
|Day 7||Ha Noi capital > Ha Long Bay > Sung Sot cave > Titov beach||Breakfast at the hotel. Drive to Halong bay. 5 hours boat trip give you a chance...||B , L|
|Day 8||Hanoi Old Quarters > Dong Xuan market > Temple of Literature > Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum > One Pillar Pagoda > Quan Thanh Temple > Tran Quoc pagoda > Museum of Ethnology||AM : 8h00 Taking the cyclo for an hour along the Hanoi Old Quarters, pass by Don...||B , L|
|Day 9||Ha Noi capital > Hue City > Khai Dinh tomb||Am : Transfer from your hotel in Hanoi to the airport for flight to Hue .Pick up...||B , L|
|Day 10||Hue City > Thien Mu pagoda > Minh Mang tomb > Imperial Citadel > Lang Co beach > Cham Museum > Marble Mountain > Hoi An Ancient Town||Am : breakfast at hotel. 8h00 Boat trip to visit ThienMu Pagoda and Minh Mang to...||B , L|
|Day 11||Hoi An Ancient Town > Japanese Covered Bridge > TanKy Old house > Phuc Kien pagoda > Hoian Museum > HoiAn market||Visit Hoian - an old trading town, some 30km from Danang. Walking tour to visit...||B , L|
|Day 12||Hoi An Ancient Town > Da Nang city > Ho Chi Minh city > Notre-Dame Cathedral > Post office > BenThanh Market||Am : Transfer to the airport for the morning flight to Hochiminh city. The bigge...||B , L|
|Day 13||Ho Chi Minh city > My Tho town > Vinh Trang pagoda > Ho Chi Minh city||Am : Breakfast at the hotel. 8h00 Drive southward to Mekong delta. Boat trip in...||B , L|
|Day 14||Ho Chi Minh city||Am : Breakfast at the hotel.and free time till transfer to the airport. End...||B|
Trip Prices Include :
- Full transportation by private car or bus as tour program indicated.
- Half board as indicated in the itinerary ( B= Breakfast, L = lunch )
- International flight : Siemreap -LuangPrabang - Hanoi
- 2 domestic flights with airport taxes : Hanoi - Hue ; Danang – Hochiminh
- English or French - speaking guide
- Full Entrance fees.
- Private Boat trip at sight mentioned
- Twin-share accommodation with daily breakfast; ( AC room)
Trip Prices Do Not Include :
- Visa to Viet Nam,Cambodia, Laos
- Exclude international air ticket & airport tax from Siem Reap with airport tax of 25$)
- International air ticket to Vietnam/Out Laos
- Drinks and personal expenses and other meals not mentioned on the program.
Indochina countries ( Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia ) share a common cultural heritage yet possess their own unique personalities and histories as well. The French ruled this area, collectively known as Indochine, from the late 1800’s through the mid-20th century. The French influence still remains in some areas, mingling with the cultural influences of China and India.
This package tour will bring you to the land of beautiful landscapes and hospitable people located in the Indochina peninsula including Vietnam, Laos and Cambod
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A trip with lively images and major sites of the two countries in Indochina such as: beautiful landscapes of Vietnam, and Cambodian temples of Angkor Wat.
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