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Indochina – A Land of Contrasting Cultures

Indochina is a land of contrasts, where foreign cultures clash with
ancient values and technological advancement goes hand in hand with a
centuries old way of life. Rice paddy fields and buffalos meet bustling
urban metropolises, where hand drawn carts jostle for space with
motorbikes – nowhere else in the world quite exhibits the contrast
between old and new like Southeast Asia.
Vietnamese women

Vietnamese welcome. Image courtesy of gomilspec
And now, for those looking to explore the urban chic, wonderful
nature and charming heritage of this exotic corner of the world, a new
ten-day tour from Luxury Vietnam Travel looks to have all the bases
covered, taking in Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam and Siem Reap in
Beginning in Vietnam’s dynamic capital, also known as Saigon,
visitors will be able to explore the city’s colorful markets, its
designer shops and its delicious foods.
Ho Chi Minh city

Saigon. Image courtesy of 0.tqn.com
The legendary Cu Chi Tunnels offer a chance to relive the horrors of
the Vietnam War, while an eclectic religious ceremony at the Cao Daism
temple provides an insight into a unique fusion of the region’s most
prominent religions.
To explore the traditional side of life in Vietnam, visitors can also
take a longboat trip around the Mekong Delta and its charming narrow
A cruise on the Mekong River

Mekong Delta. Image courtesy of vfej
From Saigon, we fly to Siem Reap in Cambodia. Teeming with exquisite
natural beauty, gorgeous architecture and an orgy of history, the
ancient city of Cambodia is fast becoming one of Southeast Asia’s
must-see attractions. Angkor Wat is resplendent as the world’s largest
ever religious monument – a true wonder of the world.
beautiful Angkor Wat, the world's largest religious temple

Angkor Wat Temple. Image courtesy of Wikimedia
Local charm and untold luxury are combined with fun-filled activities
in this action packed Southeast Asian tour. Accommodation is provided
in hotel state rooms where no comfort is spared, including a daily
breakfast together with a candlelit dinner each night.
Other activities include a health and beauty spa, guided visits to
local museums, dance classes, full-day shopping trips and a romantic
charted boat cruise on the famous Tonle Sap Lake.

Tonle Sap River. Image courtesy of Blogspot
Visit www.luxurytravelvietnam.com for more information and bookings.
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