Vietnam Cambodia tours are ideal traveling option when you travel to Vietnam. Vietnam and Cambodia are linked by the waters of the Mekong, by the lush green of mangroves and mangoes, and by the darkness of the last century. Vietnam and Cambodia are two destinations that are seriously hot right now with travelers loving everything about them. So get ready to discover best-loved areas in South East Asia.
Basic information about Vietnam Cambodia ToursStarting off in Vietnam, cruise through dramatic karst scenery on a boat tour of Halong Bay, step back into the world of the country's last emperors in Hue, and be awed by the endless energy of Ho Chi Minh City. In Cambodia, discover the country's fascinating history and culture in Phnom Penh's heaving streets and in the awe-inspiring temples of Angkor. This kind of travel tours combines the highlights of both countries.
Why will you love Vietnam Cambodia Tours?
- This journey provides you with a 'nontourist trail' view of these two fascinating countries.
- This journey uncovers the hidden heart of Vietnam - its natural wonders are perfectly combined with cultural highlights such as the historic splendors of Hue and the riverside markets of Hoi An.
- Ho Chi Minh City, once known as Saigon, is a dynamic blend of old and new, east and west, commerce and culture.
- Discover Vietnam and Cambodia, where ancient civilizations, welcoming people and dramatic history await.
Some highlights of Vietnam and Cambodia1/ Vietnam: From Halong Bay down to Ho Chi Minh Vietnam has the whole package: beaches, mountains, jungles, rice paddies, hill-tribe villages and crazy metropolises.
Ha Long Bay
Ha Long Bay, in the Gulf of Tonkin, includes some 1,600 islands and islets, forming a spectacular seascape of limestone pillars. Because of their precipitous nature, most of the islands are uninhabited and unaffected by a human presence.
Hanoi is famous for numerous rivers, lakes, and mountains alongside and in the surroundings. Scattered around are places of sight-seeing, which are so many attractive thanks to green lands full of streams, rivers, and mountain, such as Tam Dao, Con Son, Kiep Bac, etc.
Nowhere in Vietnam can tourists easily meet the local ethnic minorities like in Sapa. Different great diversity of ethnic people, including five main groups of Hmong, Yao, Tay, Zay and Xa Pho are living there. They do not live in a centre area but in hamlets scattering on the valleys throughout Sapa District. Actually, not until the 20th century did a majority of the ethnic people changed to a sedentary lifestyle with an intensive farming method on sloping terraces, instead of slash-and-burn culture like in the past. Town of Sapa is where ethnic minority people gather, trade or sell their farming products such as rice, corn, fruits, as well as handicrafts and souvenirs to tourists. One thing that is very special about Sapa is that many children can speak very English with very good pronunciation.
Tourists can see a series of old-architectured lanes and houses with nearly 100% cristinely left from their initial buildings with mossgrown walls, deeply plain roofs, old furniture etc. Hoi An is fortunate to be a cultural crossroads of the Cham culture in the very first southward expansion of Dai Viet (the Vietnamese nation more than 5 centuries ago encroaching on the Indianized Kingdom of Champa), the Asian (Japanese, Chinese, Indian), and the Western ones during their trading here in the 16th century. These diverse cultural influences remain visible today.
Ho Chi Minh City
Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) is a high-octane city of commerce and culture that has driven the country forward with its pulsating energy.
2/ Cambodia: the inspiring ruins of Angkor are surely one of the highlights of Asia and nearby Siem Reap with its buzzing 'Pub Street', which is a favourite traveler hangout.
Angkor Wat is the ultimate expression of Khmer genius – an awe-inspiring temple that is stunning for both its grand scale and its incredible detail.
Visitors come here to see the temples, but there is plenty to do in and around the city. Siem Reap has reinvented itself as the epicenter of chic Cambodia, with everything from backpacker party pads to hip hotels, world-class wining and dining across a range of cuisines, great shopping, local tours to suit both foodies and adventurers, and a creative cultural scene.
The capital also has many interesting tourist sites. Beside the Royal Palace, the Silver Pagoda, the National Museum, the Toul Sleng Genocide Museum and the Choeng Ek Killing Fields, there are several market places selling beautiful local products and souvenirs.
If you are looking for an unforgettable experience exploring the depth and beauty of these two gems of Indochina, the Vietnam Cambodia tours are waiting for you!