Are you planning a 15-day trip from Cambodia to Vietnam? We will provide with you with in-depth insights the best tour has to offer. To get a better understanding, we took a close look of what you have to know before going and where to travel. Here is our complete guide…
Before you travel Cambodia and Vietnam
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|The best time to travel|
from December to March
|from November to March.|
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The first stop in our Cambodia tour 2020 is Angkor Wat, served as the capital of the Khmer Empire from the 9th to the 14th centuries. It is one of the most significant archaeological sites in Southeast Asia. These include the famous Angkor Wat temple, the world’s largest single religious monument, the Bayon temple at Angkor Thom with its multitude of massive stone faces and Ta Prohm, a Buddhist temple ruin entwined with towering trees.
Hanoi is now known for its French colonial architecture, street food which is more diverse than any other place in the world and traditional Vietnamese lifestyle. Discovering Hanoi’s hidden gems will require you to be more adventurous, especially when you follow us to explore the birthplace of Vietnam.
Ha Long Bay
As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ha Long Bay is famous for its stunning limestone outcrops, natural caves, and hidden bays. It has been the subject of many films including James Bond.
Situated on the banks of the Perfume River in Central Vietnam, Hue once served as the imperial capital of the Nguyen dynasty. Today, the vestiges of this former glorious period are reflected in the city’s architecture, culture and cuisine, making it one of the best places to visit in Vietnam.
Danang – the fourth largest city of Vietnam – is located halfway between Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. The quirky bridge, museum, stunning beaches, fascinating restaurants, and dazzling nightlife are the elements of charm of this lively city.
This charming ancient town is well-known for its influence from the Chinese and Japanese which culminates in a very distinct prehistoric architecture. It is home to the best traditional Vietnamese food and talented tailors. Interestingly, the tailors there can custom anything in less than 12 hours.
The Mekong was part of the Khmer dynasty hence exhibits a culture quite distinct from the rest of Vietnam. It stands out with iconic floating markets, dazzling flowers, stunning rice fields and friendly locals. One of the top attractions in the Cai Rang floating market in Can Tho.
Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)
Ho Chi Minh city is transforming into an ultra-connected, around the clock, booming metropolis whose growth rivals that of 1990s Bangkok. Sky-scrappers are erected at logic-defying speeds with workers continuing round the clock. If Hanoi is the political capital, Ho Chi Minh city is the commercial one. Spending time will make you to feel part of a much larger living breathing and indeed buzzing organism. There are not many places more alive than this one.
Củ Chi Tunnels
Cu Chi Tunnels are an extensive tunnel network that during the war, stretched for more than 250 kilometers, allowing VC troops to operate and communicate in the area surrounding Ho Chi Minh City.
Two short sections of the network can be visited with a guide who will take you down into the narrow unlit confines, which definitely are not for claustrophobia sufferers. You will literally be crawling on your hands and knees and some points. You can access the tunnels at either Ben Dinh village (the more popular choice) or Ben Duoc village.
👉👉👉All highlights above is totally included in our best of Cambodia & Vietnam Tour.