Indochina

Searching for the exotic? Seeking the mysterious? Looking for wild unexplored islands and beaches? Looking for Fascinating temple culture?  Or Scenery too good to be true? Gastronomic delights? Exciting nightlife? Adventure trails? Lively markets? Wildlife? A rich History?  All this and more can be found in what is still a largely unexplored part of the world. East of India and south of China lays a group of countries, some of which are only now beginning to fully open their doors to outsiders.

Whichever country you travel to in Indochina; Vietnam, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia or Philippines , you will be struck by the glorious colors – in the ethnic minority people's clothes and jewellary, in the stunning fruit and vegetables in the markets, the green of the jungles, the turquoise of the seas, the saffron colors of the Buddhist monks.

The diversity in tourist attractions in Indochina offers a tremendous balance between adventure and peace of mind for travelers. Indochina houses some of God’s finest ecological creations – pristine beaches, jungle piercing rivers and majestic misty mountains.

Explore a remote river village with an idyllic setting amidst paddy fields and limestone pinnacles in Vietnam or take an overnight cruise around the islands of Halong Bay and witness the stunningly beautiful Karst landscape. Crawl and navigate through the complex intricate Chi Chi Tunnels, used during the Vietnam Wars. Travel back 900 years and explore the beautiful vine-covered temples of Angkor Wat Archaeological Park in Cambodia, spread over a vast 200 square kilometers. This greatest Buddhist monument ever constructed is a place that is unparalleled anywhere else in the world, and has been aptly called the "Nile Valley of Asia.” Decode the mystery of smiling carvings and Buddha statues at the Bayon Temple. Hunt for bargains in local marketplaces in bustling Philippines for souvenirs, clothes, handicrafts, shoes and handbags. Add a little mystery to the trip with a visit to the Plain of Jars in Laos, where you’ll find hundreds of enormous stone jars scattered on grassy plains.  Visit the ‘biological treasure trove’ in Mekong Delta, home to thousands of species, take a guided tour into one of the many countless canals of the Mekong Delta and experience the floating markets, traditional handicraft workshops, fishing villages. Jump into the metropolis that never sleeps in Bangkok and party like never before, explore the historic treasures of the Royal Grand Palace, Emerald Buddha and Bang Pa-In Summer Palace or soak into the hottest party destinations on the planet. Bathe an Elephant, take it for a ride, feed it and care for it in the Elephant Camps in Thailand. Sunbathe, relax and get a massage on the stunning unexplored beaches of Mui Ne and Jungle Beach.

Try a wide range of meats and vegetables in noodles, soups and dumplings ranging from the sumptuous to downright weird in the many street food shops of the Indochina Region.

The beautiful beaches and isolated islands along the coastlines of Thailand and Vietnam have long been sought out by travelers from all parts of the world.

The fabled Indochina is home to many different people, ethnic groups and magnificent travel destinations. Visit and explore the mystery that has travelers from all parts of the world hooked.

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BAY TO TEMPLES (Cambodia & Vietnam)

 

BAY TO TEMPLES 

 

Day 1 Hanoi - Halong

On arrival in Hanoi, transfer by road from Hanoi (Noi Bai Airport) to Halong. Overnight in Halong

 

Day 2 Halong - Hanoi

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Searching for the exotic? Seeking the mysterious? Looking for wild unexplored islands and beaches? Looking for Fascinating temple culture?  Or Scenery too good to be true? Gastronomic delights? Exciting nightlife? Adventure trails? Lively markets? Wildlife? A rich History?  All this and more can be found in what is still a largely unexplored part of the world. East of India and south of China lays a group of countries, some of which are only now beginning to fully open their doors to outsiders.

Whichever country you travel to in Indochina; Vietnam, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia or Philippines , you will be struck by the glorious colors – in the ethnic minority people's clothes and jewellary, in the stunning fruit and vegetables in the markets, the green of the jungles, the turquoise of the seas, the saffron colors of the Buddhist monks.

The diversity in tourist attractions in Indochina offers a tremendous balance between adventure and peace of mind for travelers. Indochina houses some of God’s finest ecological creations – pristine beaches, jungle piercing rivers and majestic misty mountains.

Explore a remote river village with an idyllic setting amidst paddy fields and limestone pinnacles in Vietnam or take an overnight cruise around the islands of Halong Bay and witness the stunningly beautiful Karst landscape. Crawl and navigate through the complex intricate Chi Chi Tunnels, used during the Vietnam Wars. Travel back 900 years and explore the beautiful vine-covered temples of Angkor Wat Archaeological Park in Cambodia, spread over a vast 200 square kilometers. This greatest Buddhist monument ever constructed is a place that is unparalleled anywhere else in the world, and has been aptly called the "Nile Valley of Asia.” Decode the mystery of smiling carvings and Buddha statues at the Bayon Temple. Hunt for bargains in local marketplaces in bustling Philippines for souvenirs, clothes, handicrafts, shoes and handbags. Add a little mystery to the trip with a visit to the Plain of Jars in Laos, where you’ll find hundreds of enormous stone jars scattered on grassy plains.  Visit the ‘biological treasure trove’ in Mekong Delta, home to thousands of species, take a guided tour into one of the many countless canals of the Mekong Delta and experience the floating markets, traditional handicraft workshops, fishing villages. Jump into the metropolis that never sleeps in Bangkok and party like never before, explore the historic treasures of the Royal Grand Palace, Emerald Buddha and Bang Pa-In Summer Palace or soak into the hottest party destinations on the planet. Bathe an Elephant, take it for a ride, feed it and care for it in the Elephant Camps in Thailand. Sunbathe, relax and get a massage on the stunning unexplored beaches of Mui Ne and Jungle Beach.

Try a wide range of meats and vegetables in noodles, soups and dumplings ranging from the sumptuous to downright weird in the many street food shops of the Indochina Region.

The beautiful beaches and isolated islands along the coastlines of Thailand and Vietnam have long been sought out by travelers from all parts of the world.

The fabled Indochina is home to many different people, ethnic groups and magnificent travel destinations. Visit and explore the mystery that has travelers from all parts of the world hooked.

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  BAY TO TEMPLES    Day 1 Hanoi - Halong On arrival in Hanoi, transfer by road from Hanoi (Noi Bai Airport) to Halong. Overnight in Halong   Day 2 Halong - Hanoi Excursion by boat through...
  CLASSIC CAMBODIA   Day 1 Phnom Penh Arrival in Phnom Penh - Transfer to the hotel for an overnight in Phnom Penh   Day 2 Phnom Penh Sightseeing in Phnom Penh - Explore PHNOM PENH, a chaotic...