Things to do and see in Indochina

 Things to do and see in Indochina

1. Kayaking, Caving, Swimming, and Cruise over the Ha Long Bay

Vietnam Tours
Ha Long Bay is one of the most popular destinations in Vietnam. This UNESCO Heritage Site provides a variety of interesting activities such as kayaking, swimming, and hopping on a luxury cruise through various different-scale islets and caves.
This one-of-a-kind bay has nearly 2,000 limestone cliffs scattering from the turquoise water that create a breathtaking view. Hopping on a 5 stars cruise going through the bay for a deep look at the unique beauty of nature blessing this place. Kayaking to local fishing villages to admire the daily life of fishermen and their family. And finally, relax by swimming in the fresh water under stunning sunshine.

2. Visit Floating Markets in Mekong Delta

Vietnam Tours
The real Vietnam is excellently revealed on the floating markets in Mekong Delta. Not the same as common markets with crowds and goods, floating markets are where every activity of sellers, buyers, and visitors are all happened on the small boats.
Local farmers load goods and products for selling into the boats including fruits, food, vegetables, and households. Magically, local people both row the boat and sell goods at the same time. The reason is they use hands for selling, of course, and the thing that makes the boat moved is their foot. Sample some delicious tropical fruits such as durian, pineapple, lychee, rambutan, and more.

3. Explore Angkor Temples Complex

Cambodia Tours
Be listed in one of the must-seeing attractions in Asia, the Angkor Wat temple complex located in Siem Reap attracts thousands of visitors all year round both in the dry and wet season despite heavy rainfall causing poor road condition.
The highlights of Angkor Wat are the featured architecture and its important meaning to the ancient Khmer Kingdom. This complex is the largest religious site in the world that lands on nearly 162.6 hectares including many temples with the most popular are Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, Ta Prohm, Banteay Srei, and Bayon Temple.

4. Crawl through Cu Chi Tunnel

Vietnam Tours
The Cu Chi Tunnel was a secret weapon of Viet Cong soldiers in the wartime. This network consists of various underground tunnels hiding hundreds of deadly traps with toxic, dangerous animals, and Viet soldiers waiting to kill any enemy cross by. A visit to Cu Chi Tunnel, you can get a deeper understanding about Vietnam war and also experience the life of Viet Cong soldier the old time.

5. Admire the Alms-giving Ceremony in Luang Prabang

Laos Tours
Laos is a land of Buddhism with the unique and wonderful Alms-giving Ceremony, especially when it is celebrated in Luang Prabang. The experience you may try is unforgettable when waking up early in the morning, taste the stunning sunrise, and admire over 200 Buddhist monks pilgrimage from many temples not only nearby but far away to gather for receiving their daily meal. You can walk from the larger to smaller streets because their process is moving from richer to poorer families. Once they receive enough food for a day, they will stop to avoid excusing other people.


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