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INDOCHINA TOURS

We are an Indochina Tour specialist to Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia. Being one of the pioneer, we have designed different tour programmes for your selection, ranging from 7 days to 21 days. Any other tailor-made programmes are available upon request!


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    National Museum, Luang Prabang, Laos

    Orange Fish
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    Plain of Jars, Xiengkouang, Laos

    Plain of Jars
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    That Luang, Vientiane, Laos

    That Luang
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    Wat Si Saket, Vientiane, Laos

    Small Fish
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    Patuxay, Vientiane, Laos

    Patuxay
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    Hochiminh Mausoleum, Vietnam

    Hochiminh Mausoleum
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    Water Puppet, Vietnam

    Water Puppet
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    Halong Bay, Vietnam

    Halong Bay
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    Khai Dinh Tomb, Vietnam

    Khai Dinh Tomb
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    Cu Chi Tunnels, Vietnam

    Cu Chi Tunnels
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    Angkor Wat, Cambodia

    Angkor Wat
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    Bayon, Cambodia

    Bayon
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    Ta Phrom, Cambodia

    Ta Phrom
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    The Terrace of the Elephants, Cambodia

    The Terrace of the Elephants
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    Bakong, Roluos Group, Cambodia

    Bakong

 

Multi-Country Combination Tours

Indochina Classical Tours - 7 Days

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Travel Type: Classic
Duration: 7 Days / 6 Nights
Trip Route: Laos - Cambodia - Vietnam
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Indochina Discovery Tours - 10 days

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Duration: 10 Days /9 Nights
Trip Route: Laos - Vietnam - Cambodia
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Indochina Exclusive Tours - 14 Days

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Travel Type: Classic
Duration: 14 Days / 13 Nights
Trip Route: Cambodia - Vietnam - Laos
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Indochina Frontier & Beyond - 21 Days

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Duration: 21 Days / 20 Nights
Trip Route: Laos - Vietnam - Cambodia
Intensive tours of Indochina - travel to Laos, Vietnam and Cambodia (Angkor) in 3 weeks, covering main attractions of these countries... detail»
 

Sightseeing in Indochina Tours

Laos
Wat That Luang
Wat That Luang Rasamahavihane is known as the "Monastery of the Royal Stupa." It has long been associated with Lao royalty of Luang Prabang. That Luang has long been one of the important ritual sites for Buddhist, traditional, and royal events; the Festival of the 12th month, or Tat.
Wat Si Saket
Wat Si Saket is nestled within a lush tropical plantation. It is not the oldest Buddhist place as many temples were destroyed during the wars in the 19th century. This large temple (wat) displaying a strong Thai influence with some fine, but fading Buddhist murals, is home to over 6,000 Buddhas of different sizes and styles.
Patuxai (Victory Monument)
Patuxai (Anousavary) - Victory Monument is situated at the north end of Lane Xang Avenue and resembles Paris' Arc de Triomphe - as it is sometimes known. During the day, the monument can be climbed and makes an excellent vantage point of the city
Wat Xieng Khouang (Buddah Park)
Wat Xieng Khouang (Buddah Park) is situated about 25 minutes drive outside the centre of the city. Although not an old temple, it is nevertheless fascinating for its huge structures that combine Buddhist and Hindu Philosophies.

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Wat Xieng Thong
This is considered to be the most magnificent temple in Luang Prabang -- the "Golden City" or "Golden Tree Monastery." This is saying something since standards of breathtaking beauty and serenity in temple building in Luang Prabang are very high. Xieng Thong is situated on an embankment above the Mekong near the point where it joins the Nam Khan River and it often served as the gateway to the town.
Royal Palace Museum or "Haw Kham"
This palace was originally built for King Sisavang Vong after the original building was destroyed by Chinese Haw invaders in 1887. Started in 1904, it was completed in 1909. It is also called Haw Kham which means golden hall. The architecture of the building is a combination of traditional Lao styles with French neoclassical.
Plain of Jars
Mysterious stone jars are scattered in several groups on the high plains surrounding Phonsavan in northern Laos. Both the origin and purpose of these strange artifacts remain unknown. Their age is commonly estimated at 2000 years. Most of the remaining jars weigh between 1/2 and 1 ton; the largest is estimated to weigh six tons.

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Cambodia
Angkor Wat
Angkor, the former capital of the ancient Khmer Empire, is one of the greatest and most spectacular Hindu religious sites in the world. Construction of this elaborate temple complex - built in honour of the god Vishnu - began in AD 879 during the reign of King Suryavarman II and was completed in 1191. It lay concealed for many years, however, until the site was discovered by Frenchman Henri Mahout in 1860.
Angkor Thom
Angkor Thom was built by Cambodia's greatest builder, Jayavarman VII. This ten square kilometer city is enclosed by an eight meter high wall and encircled by a hundred meter moat said to have been inhabited by fierce crocodiles. Access is via causeways over the moat that are flanked by the statues of fifty four Gods on the left and fifty four devils on the right, all seemingly engaged in a game of tug of war.
Bayon
Bayon is located in the geographical heart of Angkor Thom. The fifty four tower temple is a quite remarkable sight. Initially the temple seems to be a shapeless mass of grey and brown stone but as one approaches one realizes that each of the towers is in fact carved and there are over two hundred huge enigmatic faces of Avalokitesharva bearing down on you wherever you turn.
Great Lake Tonle Sap
The recently refurbished riverfront park is the focal point for the Phnom Penh residents' leisure activities. Early risers can see the many locals welcoming the new day with Tai Chi and other exercises while the sun rises majestically over the river.

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Ta Phrom
Ta Phrom was built in the late 12th century by Jayavarman VII as a shrine to his mother. As a monastery there were nearly three thousand priests here including eighteen high priests. Ta Prohm is unforgettable due to the massive trees that were left here intentionally by the archeologists working on the site. Many of the trees have grown around and through the remains, and soar high above the temple.
Roluos Group
Roluos Group was the capital of Indravarman I (877 to 889). These were the first temples built to last and are made of brick with some carved plaster reliefs. The group is made up of the three temples of Preah Ko, Bakong, and Lolei. Many of the later temples in the Angkor group are based on these earlier temples though rather then brick.
Phnom Bakheng
Phnom Bakheng served as the temple mountain of the first city of Angkor as opposed to the previous center of Roluos. The capital built on a lone hill offers panoramic views of Angkor Wat. Angkor Thom and the surrounding areas. It is best visited in the late afternoon for a spectacular sunset or in the early morning for sunrise over Angkor Wat.
Silver Pagoda
Silver Pagoda (or the temple of the Emerald Buddha), formerly a wooden building, was rebuilt in 1962 in concrete and marble. The pagoda is floored with over 5000 silver tiles each weighing 1 kilo. It is famous for its 90 kg solid gold Buddha made in 1907 and an emerald Buddha said to be made of baccarant crystal. Sharing the pagoda are many other interesting artifacts and jewels and was one of the few temples to remain intact during the Khmer Rouge regime.
Small and Grand Circuits
The Small Circuit takes in several of the major and minor temples in the area. Beginning at Angkor Wat and running for seventeen kilometers the circuit takes in the major elements of Angkor Thom, Ta Phrohm, and Banteay Kdei, and some of the minor but interesting temples such as the Baphoun, The Terrace of the Leper King, The Terrace of the Elephants, the Twelve Prasats, Spean Thma and Sras Srang before returning to Angkor Wat.

The twenty-six kilometer Grand Circuit is an extension on the little circuit but taking in Preah Khan, Preah Neak Pean to the Eastern Mebon and the various monuments like Ta Som, Preah Rup, before returnin to Angkor Wat and is highly recommended for anyone spending three or more days in the complex. The Big Circuit encompasses a good representation of the rich variety of architecture here.

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Vietnam
Hochiminh Mausoleum
Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is located in Ba Dinh Square, where he declared the independence and freedom for the Democratic Republic of Vietnam on Septempber 2nd, 1945. On September 2nd, 1969 he passed away. He wished to be cremated in Vietnamese traditional way - with his ashes scattered over the north, center, and south of his country. However, in honor of his huge dedication to the country, the Vietnamese Government decided to keep his body so that the next generations can come and visit him.
One-Pillar Pagoda
On 1049, One Pillar Pagoda was built by Emperor Ly Thai Tong to commemorate the long awaited birth of an heir. He believed that the luck had been foretold in a dream about the Goddess of Mercy handing him a male child on a lotus flower. Unfortunately in 1954, the French forces destroyed this pagoda during the French War. Now, One Pillar pagoda rebuilt in 1955.
Halong Bay
Ha Long Bay is one of the world's natural wonders. This extraordinary area was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994. It's situated in the Gulf of Tonkin in northern Vietnam near the Chinese border, includes 1969 islands and islets on an area of 1553 sq. Ha Long Bay is including beautiful limestone formations, rock arches, gin-clear water, virtually scenery lagoons, eerie caves, peaceful coves, sheer cliffs, secluded strips of white, powdery sand, and thousands of limestone islets.
Minh Mang Tomb
The Minh Mang Tomb is one of the most interesting emperor tombs in Hue. It is situated 12 km outside the city, on Cam Ke Hill, on the west bank of the Perfume River. General elements of the Minh Mang Tomb architecture are: outer-walls, triple gate (Tam Quan Gate), Salutation Court, Stele House, temples, lakes, pavilions, gardens and the tomb itself.

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Khai Dinh Tomb
Khai Dinh Tomb is located on Chau Chu mountain, 10km from Hue. This is the final resting place of Emperor Khai Dinh who ruled 1916-1925. The structure of the tomb have been influenced by fusion of traditional Vietnamese style and European style.
Water Puppet Show
This art of water puppets was born in Vietnam since the beginning of 11th century when it originated in the Red River Delta area of northern Vietnam. The farmers in the region celebrated festivals and harvests by performing this unique art form.The show takes place in a pool of water. The puppeteers are behind a bamboo screen and the controls are under water and out of sight.
Cu Chi Tunnels
During the Vietnam War, the Viet Cong designed an intricate system of tunnels that ran through much of the country. These tunnels kept them hidden from the U.S. spotter planes that were constantly flying overhead.

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Living as a Mahout - Luang Prabang
  Travel Type: Adventure
Duration: 5 Days / 4 Nights
Country: Laos
Trip Route: Luang Prabang
Living as a mahout offers you a unique experience by sharing your time with the elephant in the most romantic area of Luang Prabang. Enjoy living in the elephant village and riding your elephant into the beautiful jungle trails. Nurture your elephant with its food and bath it in the unspoiled river in the morning mist... detail»
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  Travel Type: Classic
Duration: 4 Days / 3 Nights
Country: Cambodia
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Classical Cambodia Tours - Travel to Phnom Penh with combination of Siem Reap to tour Angkor Wat and other Khmer Temples.... detail»
Vietnam Heritage Tours
  Travel Type: Classic
Duration: 4 Days / 3 Nights
Country: Vietnam
Trip Route: Ho Chi Minh - Cu Chi - Mytho
Vietnam Tours with visit to Hochiminh City, Cuchi Underground Tunnel and Mekong Delta at Mytho... detail»

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