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Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, and Myanmar are not only the top tourist destinations in Southeast Asia but also members of the Greater Mekong Subregion (the geographical area includes countries and territories located in the basin of the Mekong River - the biological treasure that needs to be preserved) where there are incredible diversity of cultures, natural landscapes, with great potential for tourism development. In order to introduce to you the typical beauty of the countries in the Greater Mekong Subregion in particular and the whole of Southeast Asia in general, we have created multi-country tours with the itineraries of 2 countries, 3 countries or 4 countries. These tours are not only a very reasonable combination of routes, sightseeing places, tour duration but also offer optimal solutions for budget, service quality, meeting all your inquiries. These tours will show you the unique and hidden charms of each country on the journey you will pass. You will be able to participate in extremely realistic experience activities with artisans, locals at the destinations in the program. Some of the famous destinations on our tours can be named as bustling Hochiminh city in Vietnam, the magical temples of Angkor Wat in Cambodia, the long white sand beach of Phuket in Thailand, Bagan - special religion city and is the origin of Myanmar or the peaceful ancient capital of Luang Prabang in Laos, etc ...
Countries: 11 Southeast Asia Area: 4,545,792 km2 Southeast Asia Population: 655,298,044 people
Largest Cities: 20 World Heritage Sites: 17 Religions: 10

Travel Guide

1. Fast facts about Vietnam Cambodia Laos Thailand Myanmar

Fast facts about Vietnam
  • Capital City: Hanoi
  • Currency: Vietnamese Dong
  • Official Language: Vietnamese
  • Population: 97 million
  • Total Area: 331,210 km2 
  • Boundaries: Cambodia, China and Laos
  • Religion: Buddhism
  • Electricity: 220 Volts, 50Hz
  • Time Zone: GMT+7
  • International Airport: Ho Chi Minh City (SGN), Danang (DAD), Hanoi (HN), Hue (HUI), Cam Ranh (CXR), Phu Quoc (PQC)
Fast facts about Cambodia
  • Capital City: Phnom Penh
  • Currency: Riel (US Dollar accepted)
  • Official Language: Khmer
  • Population: 16.48 million
  • Total Area: 181,035 km2
  • Boundaries: Laos, Thailand and Vietnam
  • Religion: Buddhism
  • Electricity: 220 Volts, 50Hz
  • Time Zone: GMT +7
  • International Airport: Phnompenh (PNH), Siem Reap (REP)
Fast facts about Laos
  • Capital City: Vientiane 
  • Currency: Lao Kip (US Dollar and Thai Baht accepted)
  • Official Language: Khmer
  • Population: 7.28 million
  • Total Area: 236,800 km2
  • Boundaries: Myanmar, Cambodia, China, Thailand and Vietnam
  • Religion: Buddhism
  • Electricity: 220 Votls, 50Hz
  • Time Zone: GMT+7
  • International Airport: Vientiane (VTE), Luang Prabang (LPQ)
Fast facts about Thailand
  • Capital City: Bangkok
  • Currency: Thai Baht 
  • Official Language: Thai
  • Population: 69.8 million
  • Total Area: 513,120 km2
  • Boundaries: Myanmar, Malaysia, Cambodia and Laos
  • Religion: Buddhism
  • Time zone: GMT +7
  • Electricity: Type C (European 2-pin)
  • International Airport: Bangkok (BKK), Chiang Rai (CEI), Phuket (HKT) and PATTAYA (UTP)
Fast fact about Myanmar
  • Capital City: Naypydaw
  • Currency: Kyat
  • Official Language: Burmese
  • Population: 54.42 million
  • Total Area: 676,575 Km2
  • Boundaries: China, India, Bangladesh, Thailand and Laos.
  • Religion: Theravada Buddhism
  • Time zone: GMT + 6:30
  • International Airport: Mandalay (MDL), Yagon (RGN), Naypyidaw (NYT)

2. Best time to visit Vietnam Cambodia Laos Thailand Myanmar

The best time to visit Vietnam is from September to April. From September to November, the temperature is pretty cool, the sky is clear from the Norh to the South Vietnam. From the end of December to February, the weather is getting colder and colder in the North, which makes it wonderful to discover the beautiful hill tribes and mountain in the Far North. If you want to escape from the cold weather, let's visit Central and South Vietnam to enjoy a tropical beach vacation.
The best time to visit Cambodia is the dry season which lasts from November to March. Dry season features clear  sky, sunshine and high visibility. The roads are at the best condition, making travelling and transiting easier than ever. 
The best time to visit Laos is between November and April. This period is the dry and cool season in Laos when the temperature is around 25oC. 
The best time to visit Thailand is from November to April when it's dry with the warm tempature hovering between 32 and 36 degrees and tourists can enjoy nine hours of sunshine per day without being soaked in sweat. 
The best time to visit Myanmar is during the cool season from November  to February, which is also the least humid time of year and has the clearest air - however, this is also the peak tourist season.

3. Most famous cities in Vietnam Cambodia Laos Thailand Myanmar

Ha Noi
There are a lots of meaningful places in Ha Noi - the center of political, cultural, historical and social-economic of Vietnam. You should not miss these places in your tour packages: Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, Hoan Kiem Lake and Ngoc Son Temple. The Old Quarter and The Temple of Literature. Hanoi also has a wide range and famous street food that lure tourists from all over the world. Our recommendations are Pho, Pho Bo, Cha Ca, Xoi, Che, Bun Cha, Banh Cuon, and many others. 
First things first, you must know that there are a lot of things to do in Danang - the most livable city in Vietnam. You are a beach-lover? Da Nang has My Khe Beach where you can enjoy the fresh air in white sands, take a lazy nap under the palm trees with the sound of gentle waves soothes your mind and soul. Besides My Khe Beach, Da Nang has a lot of tourist attractions you should not miss like the Son Tra Peninsula, Ba Na Hills Mountain Resort, The Ngu Hanh Son Mount or the nearby ancient city: Hoi An. 
Hoi An
Hoian is a world-wide famous ancient town, recognized by many magazines and travel organizations worldwide. It is famous for the beautiful landscape, ancient structure of the Old Towns and the authentic. Here are the top 4 most popular dishes that you must try when visiting this lovely small town: Cao Lau (Hoian's Mi Quang version), Chicken Rice (Com Ga Hoi An), banh mi Phuong and Madam Khanh - the world's most delicious banh mi according to chef Anthony Bourdain. 
It is no surprise that this used to be Veitnam's capital ranks itself among the top must-see destinations in Vietnam. There are many reasons: its peaceful, outstanding natural landscapes, the marvelous and historic landmarks as well as friendly people. The food here is highly recommended by the Vietnamese locals themselves, too. You should try Bun bo Hue, Banh Nam, Com Hen.

Siem Reap
This is one of the famous and must-see destinations for any planned trip to Cambodia and Vietnam. This is the hometown of Angkor Wat, which does hold significant cultural value with ancient architecture and historic value. Aside from this worldwide famous heritage, Siem Reap has more to offer. That’s not everything: if you love the bustling life of big cities, there is a town amidst the city, where tourists can have a sip of delicious beer while shaking your hips with the fancy music with locals. Phnom Kulen National Park is a must-see destination, too with huge waterfalls, natural wildlife, and many sacred shrines and temples high on the mountainous areas.
Phnom Penh
This city is the domestic and international traveling route's hub. If you are into the history and mystery hypers, the stories of Cambodian’ tough years and how people created all the sacred shrines will not disappoint you, especially the traces of Khmer Rouge, mimicking how millions of Cambodian were brutally killed during a devil regime.
Tonle Sap
This lake is the largest freshwater lake in the Southeast Asia region. Its size varies according to the weather condition, from 3,000 square kilometers in the dry season to 10,000 square kilometers in the wet one.  There are a lot of cultural activities that tourists all around the world find interesting in their Vietnam Cambodia Laos itinerary like the floating markets, stilt houses and a huge number of police stations, school - all above the water surface.

Luang Prabang
Recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Luang Prabang is a popular tourist attraction in Southeast Asia. Lying at the mountainous area in the North of Laos, Luang Prabang is an interesting and exceptional combination of Laos urban architecture and Europe colonizer area. You can see this interesting mixture not only in the structure by also in the materials, for instance, the majority of the whole structure is made of wood but the temples are made of stones. 
As known as Laos capital, Vientiane can surprise you with its peaceful atmosphere and chilling vibes that you rarely see in other capitals.

The capital of Thailand deserves to be a big tourist hub in Asia thanks to its majestic colourful Buddhist temples, floating markets and dynamic street life. This metropolis is the city of contrast where the modern innovation sits side by side with the unbroken tradition. Bangkok is also a famous fine-dining destination with its superb cuisine.  
Pattaya is a hyper-touristy destination to the east of the Gulf of Thailand. Aside from its stunning beaches, the city is famous as a sex capital with a multitude of bars, clubs, and massage parlors. Pattaya is also home to a large expat population, thus possessing multi-cultures.  
Chiang Mai
Located alongside the Ping River, Chiang Mai was once of the capital of Lanna Kingdom, This northern city possesses historic and cultural significance with a large of temples and historical sites. With the authentic Thai vibe, Chiang Mai is the perfect laid-back destination to relax and rejuvenate in your Thailand Cambodia Vietnam tour. It’s home to the famous

Yangon, formerly known as Rangoon, is the most heavily populated city in the country. Approximately 5,998,000 people call this city home. When the British had control of the country in the 1850’s, they turned this city into the commercial and political center, building roads, hospitals, and universities. When Myanmar won its independence in 1948, the new leaders went to work renaming cities and streets to more Burmese sounding words, thus, Yangon.
Mandalay is the second most populous city in Myanmar with 1,225,133 people living within its borders. The population is expected to grow by 50% over the next 10 years. Much of this growth will be attributed to Chinese immigrants who, today, make up between 40% and 50% of the population. Burmese is the principal language spoken. 

4. Most beautiful beaches in Vietnam Cambodia Laos Thailand Myanmar

Phu Quoc
This is the best beach for the luxury small group tour in Vietnam. For a long time, Phu Quoc has become a premier beach destination with many luxury resorts or growing constructions sites. There is a lot of different beaches for you to go in Phu Quoc including Star Beach (Bai Sao Beach), Long Beach (Bai Dai Beach), Ong Lang Beach,...
Mui Ne Baech, Phan Thiet
And for those yearning for the best beach for luxury adventure holidays. Mui Ne is perfect for you. Along with the unique cuisine cooked from fresh seafood and a wide range of adventure water sports, Mui Ne is one of the most famous destinations. 
My Khe, Da Nang
Located on one of the most livable cities in Vietnam, My Khe is one of the most charming beaches in the world with a wide range of activities like scuba diving, coral reefs watching, regatta, flash mobbing and many more activities on the beach. Whatever you want, My Khe beach has something to suit all tastes. If you just and some quiet beaches so you can chill and enjoy a lazy nap or watch the sunset without all the noise from the touristy beaches.
Cua Dai Beach, Hoi An
Nestled quietly along Hoi An coastline, Cua Dai is a famous beach in Central Vietnam that boasts stretching sandbanks and blue sea. This is a favorite place to stay overnight during your tour to Hoi An, Danang, and the adjacent areas. 

Lazy Beach, Koh Rong Samloem
Voted by the National Geographic Magazine as one of the most beautiful beaches and is known as the "Hwaii of Southeast Asia", Lazy Beach is a destination you should not miss on your tour around Southeast Asia. Tourists coming here are all lured by the crystal clear seawater and white soft sand in this place. 
Sokha Beach, Sihanoukville
This is a private beach, owned by Sokha Beach Resort, the first 5-star beach resort in Cambodia. If you are into luxury trip, this lovely 1.5 km long beach formed of the fine silicon-like sand is the perfect choice for a relaxing escape or romantic honeymoon vacation.
Long Set Beach, Koh Rong
Some people call Long Set beach the 4k beach. Located at the southern part of Koh Rong island, this palce is truly paradise because of its breathtaking pristine beauty with nice soft sand, warm water with little waves, nice to swim and relax. From April to July, you will have the exclusive chance to see the glowing plankton on the beach covering the water and emits an enchanting blue light. This is truly a wonderful panorama that you may experience once in a lifetime. 

One of the interesting things about Laos is that this nation is the only one in the Southeast Asia region that doesn't have any beaches.
This province on the west coast is home to Phuket Island - Thai's biggest island and another 32 islands and islets. Phuket features sugar-white palm-fringed beaches with Patong Beach and Kata Beach as the most reputable names. Phuket is suitable for all kinds of travel, from backpackers to luxury enjoyers, from couples to families. 
Phi Phi Island
If you have watched the hit movie "The Beach" starring Leonardo DiCarpio, you might for at least some seconds fall in love with the pristine bay that the film features. That place is Maya Bay in Phi Phi Islands. Here exist marvelous limestone peaks, emrald waters and Colgate-white shores, making the islands ideal places for tropical beach getaways. 
Koh Samui 
This beach boasts simple bungalows alongside the pristine coastlines that are fringed with palms casuarina. Whether you are eager to bask in the sunshine, have a beach party, doze on the hammock or enjoy the gourmet at a first class restaurant, Koh Samui has everything to offer.  Its poetic beach with soft golden sand is ideal for a luxury retreat. 

Ngapali Beach
Ngapali Beach is well known for its idyllic turquoise water and several miles of serene, white sandy beaches framed by palm tree perfection. It’s where to go to get away from it all, as it’s not the easiest or the cheapest of beaches to venture to. 
Ngwe Saung Beach
Ngwe Saung Beach is ideal for a weekend getaway that isn’t too expensive, has a nice mix of locals and foreigners, and caters to backpackers as well as vacationers looking for luxury. It also flaunts just as gorgeous of a coastline as Ngapali, but is much closer to Yangon.
Chaung Tha Beach
Chaung Tha Beach isn’t necessarily recognized as the most beautiful patch of sand in Myanmar, but it still attracts the masses with its goldenness. Chaung Tha is about the same distance from Yangon as Ngwe Saung, and it’s a total catch for shoestring budgeters.

5. Things to buy in Vietnam Cambodia Laos Thailand Myanmar

Vietnam: Vietnamese coffee, Ao Dai, Non La, Sedge Products,Silk, Brocade, Wooden Puppet, Pottery/Ceramic, Watercolor Painting, propaganda T-shirts.
Cambodia: Bamboo wares, Coffee, Traditional Laos weaving,  “sinh” (traditional wraparound skirt), Textiles, Antiques, Brocade weaving, Pottery, Wood Carving, Silver jewelry, Snake whiskey.
Laos: Textiles and Batiks, Woven mats, Sculpture reproductions, Soaps and Candles, Rice paper printed, Silverware & silver jewelry, Betel nut boxes, Mekong Quilts.
Thailand: Fruit Soap, Thai Silk, NaRaYa Bag, Spa & Aroma products, Coconut oil, Mosquito Repellent, Tiger Balm, Fruit Snacks, Coffee, Chewy Milk Candy, Crispy Seaweed.
Myanmar: ​Jewellery, Longyi (Myanmar customes), Sand paintings, Tapestries, Lacquerware, Marionette, Carvings, Gold leaf, Tamarind flakes, Cigars.

6. Top cultural heritages in Vietnam Cambodia Laos Thailand Myanmar

The trip from Hue to Hoi An Ancient Town
This route is very popular because it provides tourists with a wide variety of experience, from cultural, the old capital of Hue with castles and tombs of Kings and Queens, the lovely, quiet and yellowy streets of Hoi An as long as luxurious resorts and stunning beaches in Danang.
A historic but dreamy land can be your first and most realistic impression of this city. This time in this city is somehow slower when you travel along the beautiful shore of Huong River or when you visit the various temples, bastions, mausoleums, architecture and natural landscapes here. The most noticeable place to visit is Hue Citadel - the administrative center of the Nguyen dynasty and served as the living quarters of the Emperor and the Royal Family.

Angkor is the evidence of how glorious the Khmer Kingdom used to be. Streching over 400 square kilometers. Angkor Archeological Park is a huge complex consisting of significant exquisite sculptural works and temples, all of which have the invaluable cultural and religious value, not to the Cambodian but the world also. 
Temple of Preah Vihear
This is an ancient temple that is dedicated to Hinduism deity: god Shiva and also a sculptural masterpiece with incredible stone carving technique. In the 9th century, this temple contained a huge series of sanctuaries connected by a system of staircases and pavements. Today, after hundreds of years of historical ups and downs, the Temple of Preah Vihear is still well preserved, partly proving to the world about Cambodian’s extraordinary architectural ability. 

Town of Luang Prabang
Recognized as the best place of Laos traditional architecture, the Town of Luang Prabang also made its fame thanks to UNESCO World Heritage Sites recognizing it in 1995. Built-in the 19th century by the European colonizers and is still well-preserved until today, the Town of Luang Prabang is the perfect combination of traditional Laos architecture and French colonial structure. 
Vat Phou
Vat Phou is more than 1,000 years old. This place is where Laos people express the connection between nature and humans in Hindu belief. This landscape is built according to the Kmer architecture, following a geometric shape of temples and shrines stretching from the mountain on the bank of the river. 

Thai's Grand Palace
Located at the heart of Bangkok, alongside the Chao Phraya River, the Grand Palace once served as the residence of the Thai Royal Family and the Court.  Nowadays, it is still the venue for significant royal ceremonies and administrative events. The Grand Palace is a top destination that Thailand tours should never ignore. It’s also home to Wat Phra Kaew - the sacred Temple of Emerald Buddha.  
The Historic City of Ayutthaya
Ayutthaya used to be the capital of the Siamse Kingdom. During its heyday between the 14th and 18th century, it was one of the most flourished city and played as a major global diplomatic and commercial center. The city collapsed after the Burmese attach in the 18th century and has never been reconstructed. The ruins of Ayutthaya have been recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site thanks to its historical and cultural significance. 
Sukhothai Historical Park
This historical park preserves the ruins of Sukhothai - the capital of the same-named Kingdom lasting between the 13th and 14th century. It consists of nearly 200 historical sites and traces and 4 large lotus ponds, which are all enveloped by the old rectangle walls. The Park is home to great examples of sculptures, wall paintings, and decorations of ancient times. 

Bagan Archaeological Area and Monuments
On Saturday, July 6, 2019, Bagan Archaeological Area and Monuments has been officially named as a UNESCO Heritage Site at a meeting of the UN’ cultural body in Baku, Azerbaijan tentatively. Previously, it was listed into UNESCO world heritage sites since 1996.  The site, which was the first mighty kingdom, existed between the 11th and the late 13th century. The site consists of more than 2500 Buddhist monuments (temples, stupas, monasteries, etc); several of these monuments are still highly venerated by the population, and attract numerous pilgrims and devotees from all over throughout and maintenance. The frescoes inside over 300 temples here form a unique corpus of paintings of that period in southeast Asia.
Pyu Ancient
Situated in the dry area of Irrawaddy River basin in Mandalay Magway, Bago, Pyu Ancient Cities of Hanlin, Beikthano and Sri Kestra have been recognized as world heritage sites since 2014. These cities consist of the remains of three brick. They reflect the Pyu Kingdoms that flourished for over 1,000 years between 200 BC and AD 900. 

7. Must try local cuisines in Vietnam Cambodia Laos Thailand Myanmar

Must try dishes in Vietnam
Pho: The star of the Vietnamese dishes is undoubtedly the famous Pho Bo Soup. It is the national dish and the Vietnamese eat it also for breakfast. It's a rice noodle soup with finite veal slices.
Bun Cha: One of the favorite dishes of foreigners when they come to Vietnam, is combined dish of rice noodle, lettuce, minced pork, peanuts, pork strips, and vegetables. All that bathed in fish sauce. Tastes as good as it sounds!
Spring rolls Cha Gio and Goi Cuon: Surely the easiest thing to indentify and ask even if you already know them,  you have to try the two types of rolls you find in Vietnam- the Cha Gio (Rice paper roll, usually stuffed with minced pork, mushrooms, rice noodles and vegetables and eaten fried) and the Goi Cuon (Raw rice paper roll stuffed with vegetables, prawns and noodles. Serve at room temperature and dip in the fish sauce).
Bun Rieu: A noodle soup with tomato and crab flavor served with crab meatballs and fried tofu. There are several variants of bun riêu, including bun rieu cua (crab), bun rieu ca (fish) and bun rieu oc (snail).

Must try dishes in Cambodia
Amok: Arguably the most well known Cambodian dish. A coconut milk curried dish less spicy than those found in Thailand. Amok is usually made with chicken, fish, or shrimp, plus some vegetables. It is sometimes served in a hollowed-out coconut with rice on the side.
K'tieu (Kuytheav):  A noodle soup generally served for breakfast. It can be made with pork, beef or seafood. Flavorings are added to the customers taste in the form of lime juice, chili powder, sugar and fish sauce.
Lok lak:  Chopped up beefsteak cooked quickly. Probably a holdover from the days of French colonization. Served with a simple dipping sauce made from lime juice and black pepper, lettuce, onion, and often with chips.
Mi / Bai Chaa: Fried noodles or rice. Never particularly inspiring, but a good traveler’s staple.

Must try dishes in Laos
Mok Pa: Mok Pa is a special food of Luang Prabang that is appreciated by many visitors. This food was made of fish, herbs and vegetables. Mok Pa is served mostly in a banana leaf to bring the sense of nature to enjoy.
Kaipen (Fried Seaweed): Kaipen is made of freshwater green algae collected from the Mekong River in the northern Laos. The algae will be pressed, seasoned and dried in the sun. Frying until crispy and then eating with bong is considered as the best way to try Kaipen. 

Must try dishes in Thailand
Tom Yum Goong: This is the iconic delicacy that anyone takes Thailand food tours can’t miss. This shrimp soup is the perfect combination of Thai ingredients such as lemongrass, galangal, kaffir lime leaves, fish sauce, lime juice, and of course, hot chili. Tom Yum Goong is bold, fragrant, and exceptionally spicy, which will definitely fit your taste buds. 
Pad Thai: Pad Thai is the traditional fried noodles of Thailand. The noodles are stir-fried with eggs, tofu, onion, and beansprout and flavored with fish sauce, lime, garlic, chili, and sugar. Shrimp or chicken might be added to the dish to add more flavor, yet the vegetarian version with no meat is popular, too.  

Must try dishes in Myanmar
Tea leaf salad: The tart leaves are eaten on their own, typically as dessert, but they're also served in the form of lephet thoke, a salad of pickled tea leaves. To make the dish, the sour, slightly bitter leaves are mixed by hand with shredded cabbage, sliced tomatoes, crunchy deep-fried beans, nuts and peas, a splash of garlic oil and pungent slices of chili and garlic.
Shan-style rice: Known in Burmese as nga htamin (fish rice), this Shan (one of the country's main Buddhist ethnic groups) dish combines rice that's been cooked with turmeric and squashed into a disk with a topping of flakes of freshwater fish and garlic oil
Burmese tea shop meal: Myanmar's tea shops aren't just places to sip tiny cups of sweet, milky tea. They also function as a crash-course on various cuisines of Myanmar -- dishes served often reflect the ethnicity of the shop's proprietor. Tea shops run by ethnic Burmese are good places to dig into the world of traditional Burmese noodle or rice dishes such as htamin thoke, a type of rice salad.

8. Weather in Vietnam Cambodia Laos Thailand Myanmar ?

Weather in Vietnam
The weather in Vietnam can be split by its region. From North to South, the climatic experiences changes throughout the year and it is good to be prepared with this information to the perfect trip. In Ha Noi capital and Northern region, November to April are particularly cooler and dry months whereas from May to October the weather is hot and humid with high rainfall.
Weather in Cambodia
There are four annual seasons: cool and dry between November and Febuary, hot and dry between March and May, hot and wet between June and August and cool and wet between September and early November.
Weather in Laos
While most of the year is hot and humid, Laos enjoys a tropical climate with two distinct seasons. The rainy seasons is from the beginning of May to the end of September and the dry season is from October through April. The yearly average temperature is about 28 degrees Ceisus, rising to a high of 38 degrees Ceisus during April and May.
Weather in Thailand 
Like any other tropical country in SouthEast Asia, the weather in Thailand is really complex and regional diversity. The Northern Thailand is defined by a rainy season, cool season and warm season. The Central Thailand experience a tropical climate comprised of a cool season, warm season and rainy season. And the Southern Thailand has two seasons: the rainy season and the dry season.
Weather in Myanmar
Low Season (May–Sep): The southwest monsoon starts mid-May and peaks from July to September. 
High Season (Dec–Feb): The rainy season is over and it's not so hot. Book accommodation and transport well ahead for this busy travel season.

9. Top Islands in Vietnam Cambodia Thailand Myanmar?

Top Islands in Vietnam
  • Cat Ba Island
  • Phu Quoc Island
Top Island in Cambodia
  • Koh Rong
  • Koh Rong Samloem
  • Song Saa
  • Koh Tang
  • Koh Thmei
Top Islands in Thailand
  • Koh Yao
  • Koh Samui
  • Koh Tao
  • Phuket
  • Koh Phi Phi
Top Islands in Myanmar
  • Kyun Phi Lar
  • Lampi 
  • Macleod 
  • Nyaung Wee I

10. Best national parks to discover in Vietnam Cambodia Laos Thailand Myanmar?

Best national parks in Vietnam
  • Ba Vi National Park
  • Cat Tien National Park
  • Cuc Phuong National Park
  • Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park
Best national parks in Cambodia
  • Phnom Kulen National Park
  • Kep National Park
  • Bokor National Park Kampot 
  • Virachey National Park
Best national parks in Laos
  • Dong Amphan National Park
  • Dong Hua Sao National Park
  • Hin Namno National Park
  • Nakai-Nam Theun National Park
  • Phou Khao Khouay National Park
Best national parks in Thailand
  • Ao Phang Nga National Park
  • Mu Ko Similan National Park
  • Khao Sok National Park
  • Erawan National Park
  • Khao Yai National Park
Best national parks in Myanmar
  • Hlawga National Park
  • Khakaborazi National Park
  • Lampi Island Marine National Park
  • Alaungdaw Kathapa National Park
  • Mt. Victoria National Park

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Hoi an

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Phan Thiet is a tiny and pleasant town on the central Vietnam coast. Located midway between Saigon and Nha Trang on National Highway 1, for a long time, it has been famous for a reputation as a convenient overnight stop for travelers. Just 18km from Phan Thiet, Mui Ne has transformed ...
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Hanoi, located on the banks of the Red River, is one of the most ancient capitals in the world, where travelers can find well-preserved colonial buildings, ancient pagodas, and unique museums within the city centre. Not only that, Ha Noi is also has preferential natural landscapes as well as the historical ...
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