The interesting Indochina region offers so much for the visitor to see and do that it is not easy at all to know where to begin. We would like to introduce you to the highlights of this magicficant part of the world, from the rice paddies of Vietnam to the dizzying energy of Bangkok. In this article, we would like to show you some of the incredible sights waiting you when you travel to Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos and Thailand.
1. Sapa, Vietnam
The magicficent picturesque mountain of Sapa is surrounded by rice terraces which set against a majestic mountain range. It’s the perfect for trekking in the mountains, as well as for getting a glimpse into the lives of the ethnic minority hill tribes or visiting ethnic markets in the area.
2. Halong Bay, Vietnam
Talking about Halong, not only Vietnamese but also all most all people in the know who love travelling know it. As one of World Heritage, it becomes the best place for relaxing and any visitors come to Vietnam. They all love to travel to Halong bay.
3. Saigon, Vietnam
Energetic Saigon – former name of Ho Chi Minh City – it is morden city and is Vietnam’s largest city, and it could scarcely be much different from the agricultural landscapes of Sapa and the Mekong Delta. existence of the city’s French colonial past contrast with futuristic skyscrapers, which siting side by side with beautiful temples.
4. Mekong Delta, Vietnam
The Mekong Delta simplely has known as the “rice bowl of Vietnam” – the place of seeing traditional Vietnam – the country of agriculture. Village life here is much as it’s been for centuries, a way of life particularized by floating markets, fishermen, and farmers are working the rice paddies. This area is responsible for around half of Vietnam’s total agriculture.
5. Temples of Angkor, Cambodia
You don’t have to be interested in archaeology to enjoy a visit to the stunning temples of Angkor. Thanks to all the buildings dating between 9th and 15th century, this World Heritage site is not only one of southeast Asia’s most impressive but also the most wonderful sites in the world. Its immense temples are of vast religious and cultural importance, and the Bayon Temple, the iconic faces of which are seen here, is one of the most famous.
6. Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Phnom Penh was freedomed from the Khmer Rouge’s reign of terror in 1979, there are a lot of places which talking about the chilling Killing Fields of Choeung Ek. Moreover, with 17km to the south, you can see a haunting reminder of those years of horror, there are a few colonial-era buildings left, and the Royal Palace is as seen as a popular destination. But it’s the chaotic street life. That is the reason why many tourists come to witness.
7. Luang Prabang, Laos
This charming place, the symbol of Buddist, it is UNESCO-listed city. It is located on the confluence of two rivers. Visiting here you will see Buddhist monks taking part in a traditional alms ceremony. The city’s unique architecture is an interesting mix of wooden houses in the local style and colonial buildings left over from French rule. At night, the banks of the Mekong River provide the perfect setting for an exellent atmospheric dinner.
8. Bangkok, Thailand
Bangkok is Thailand’s infatuated capital, and no trip would be complete without experiencing in this active city. Famous for its buzzing nightlife, Bangkok is so interesting during day, when you can take a tuk-tuk riding around the old city to see sights such as the Golden Mount and the Grand Palace.
9. Elephant Hills Camp, Thailand
To Camp in the jungle doesn’t mean roughing it. At Elephant Hills Camp, the first of its kind, visitors have great chance to sleep in luxury floating tents. Set in Khao Sok National Park, Thailand, it’s the perfect place to stay if you want to get experience the jungle in comfort. After a day’s trekking, canoeing or meeting elephants, unwind in the camp’s bar or gathering around the camp fire.