If you’re going to have a month off but don’t know where to go yet, let’s be excited with the 27-day Indochina Tours 2019. The grand packages will be full of cultural experiences, beautiful sightseeing opportunities, and delicious food in three Indochina countries: Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos. Each destination pleases visitors with the top tourist attractions, of which some are ranked as UNESCO World Heritage Sites namely Halong Bay, Hue Imperial City, Hoi An Old Town (Vietnam), Angkor Archaeological Park (Cambodia), and Luang Prabang (Laos). So, what to do and what to see within 27 days? Find the answers below.

Things to see in Vietnam in Indochina Tours 2019

In Vietnam, the grand vacation package will take you to Hanoi, Mai Chau, Ninh Binh, Halong Bay, Hue, Hoi An, Saigon, Cai Be Tien Giang, Can Tho, and Chau Doc. There will be many fantastic things to see in Vietnam that make two-thirds of the program highly exciting and enjoyable. With this 27-day tour, you’ll have 15 days to discover charming Vietnam from the North through the Central and to the South.

Arriving at Hanoi, you’ll then enjoy a full-day Hanoi City Tour to get real-time experiences in the famous Old Quarters, eat Hanoi Food, and meet the Hanoians. The itinerary covers some top tourist spots such as Hanoi Old Quarters, Ngoc Ha Village, Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, Presidential Palace, One Pillar Pagoda, Temple of Literature, and Ethnology Museum. Besides the must-do cyclo ride, also learn the history, culture, the art of the region, and then eat in the finest dining places. At night, watch Water Puppet Show and learn more about the art of the Red River Delta.

Visit Hanoi Old Quarter in Indochina Package Tour

Visit Hanoi Old Quarter in Indochina Package Tour

Leaving Hanoi, you’ll have a scenic drive to the ancient Duong Lam Village and then the captivating Mai Chau rice fields. The next days will be plenty of sightseeing joy during the routes to Hoa Lu Ninh Binh, and then the discovery of Bich Dong and Tam Coc. While the intact, enthralling Nature of Ninh Binh pleases you, the UNESCO-listed Halong Bay urges you to say “WONDERFUL” when cruising amid legendary karst mountains, interestingly-shaped islets, limestone grottoes, and emerald water. The Rest & Relaxation holiday is a big sure thing when you do “Tai Chi” onboard, enjoy the seascape, visit the poetic Vung Vieng Fishing Village, and explore Thien Canh Son Cave. Tours in Halong Bay are just perfect.

After Halong Bay will be the journey back to Hanoi. From Hanoi, experience a night train to Hue. The sunrise is the time to begin a full-day Hue City Tour including Trang Tien Bridge, Dong Ba Market, Hue Imperial City, Tu Duc Tomb, and Thien Mu Pagoda. Going on excitingly, the program will bring you to Da Nang – Hoi An Old Town for another full-day city tour that you roam around the local handicraft workshops, Tan Ky Old Houses, Phuc Kien Assembly Hall, Japanese Cover Bridge, etc., and especially Tra Que Village where has the organic herbs and vegetables. Time in Hoi An is so peaceful and relaxing that it is worth another free day in this ancient city for you to further enjoy the herbal foot massage, join cooking classes, visit the tailor-made shops, etc.

Next, let’s fly to Saigon. The city welcomes you to Reunification Palace, Central Post Office, Notre Dame Cathedral, Thien Hau Pagoda, Cho Lo Market, and of course, the famous bowl of “Pho.” After a full day in Saigon, get the 2-hour drive to Mekong Delta provinces. The first stop is Cai Be Tien Giang that you experience a scenic boat trip in the narrow canals and green landscape; expect to meet the floating houses. Then, have fun by cycling through the little village on the 1m-wide concrete road, visiting handicraft workshops, and having a home-made lunch. The next stop is Can Tho, of which the highlights are Cai Rang Floating Market and beautiful riverscape. Then, drive to Chau Doc and watch birds in Tra Su Bird Sanctuary, the protected pristine and stunning home to the stork, heron, kingfisher, etc. Definitely, you have a beautiful time in Vietnam.

Things to see in Cambodia in Indochina Tours 2019

From Chau Doc Vietnam, it’s feasible to get a speedboat to Phnom Penh Cambodia. Upon your arrival at Sisowath Quay International Port, be ready to cherish the Khmer’s valued constructions namely Royal Palace, Silver Pagoda, and Wat Phnom. Then, the tourist coach will take you across Kampong Cham, Wat Norkor Bacheay, Kampong Thom, and Wat Andri. Parts of the one-third of the grand Indochina Tours 2019 in Cambodia will focus on the must-see Angkor.

Visit Angkow Wat Temple during Indochina Tour Itinerary

Visit Angkow Wat Temple during Indochina Tour Itinerary

On the routes to Angkor Siem Reap, there will be various historical monuments to contemplate. For sorting out those of the best things to see in Cambodia, the Archaeological Park marvels you at Angkor Wat, Angkor Thom, Bayon Giant Faces, Ta Prohm, Phnom Bakheng Mountain, and Banteay Srei. Within this 27-day package, you’ll have 5 days in Siem Reap and Phnom Penh that promise wonderful discovery of the Angkor, the Khmer food, and the century-old monuments.

Things to see in Laos in Indochina Tours 2019

From Siem Reap Cambodia, you’ll get a morning flight to Luang Prabang Laos, the Buddhist land featured with Buddhist temples and pagodas. Top things to see in Laos within Luang Prabang should always include Wat Xiengthong, Mount Phousi, Pak Ou Caves, and Kuang Si Waterfall. Each tourist attraction makes a day in the destination full of nature-friendly adventure, temple visit, and nice memory. You’ll be glad about the Laos wildlife tours to Kuang Si Waterfall which not only is ideal for sightseeing but also swimming, camping, and having a picnic. Furthermore, expect to meet the Hmong ethnic people.

Discover Luang Prabang World Heritage Site on Indochina Tours 2019

Discover Luang Prabang World Heritage Site on Indochina Tours 2019

Within 7 days in Laos, you’ll first discover Luang Prabang and then head to Xieng Khouang (Phonsavan) in which the Plain of Jars is a must to see. This attraction remains mysterious, unexplained, and appealing to adventurers; the history and origin of the stone jars have not been made clear. The two last days will be invested in Vientiane and discover local highlights of Wat Sisaket, Wat Ho Pra Keo, That Luang Stupa, and Patuxay Monument.

The 27 days Indochina Package Tour ensures you to fully discover the utmost highlights of Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos that you get the best out of the Indochina travel. Pack for a month and go!