Absorb in the majestic beauty of Angkor Wat, indulge in mouth-watering local cuisine, chill out on gorgeous beaches and spectacular natural landscape in Halong Bay and gain a first-hand experience of culture, tradition and architecture of Indochina countries – it’s definitely a daydream afar to cover all those amazing things for your coming Indochina tours. If you’re thinking of a getaway to fulfill your dream of traveling – whether it’s landscape, cityscape or seascape – Indochina would be a perfect snapshot. Here are Indochina highlights including best places to visit Indochina in the coming November.
Vietnam is a perfect place to fill your Indochina tours with colors. This S-shaped land will never fail your needs and expectations to savor the landscape, cuisine and culture.

Hanoi, Vietnam
The beauty of Hanoi in November easily mesmerizes everyone’s heart and mind. In fact, Hanoi in November has become an inspirational source for numerous poets, writers as well as composers. It is to say Hanoi is definitely a great place for travelers to plan a trip. Hanoi in November is coupled with light breezes in every street corner, the fragrance of fruit vendors, orchids or milk flowers. The refreshingly cool weather is perfect for a hang-out around Hoan Kiem Lake, Hanoi streets or Long Bien Bridge to enjoy specialties of November, not to mention young green rice, known as Com – the soul of Hanoi’s autumn.

Beautiful Hanoi in November

Beautiful Hanoi in November

Ha Giang, Vietnam
There is no better month than November to discover Ha Giang. Favored with bright sunny days, colorful flowers of the late fall and beautiful upland hill surrounded with wildflower fragrance of the early winter, Ha Giang promises to provide enthralling experience.

Panoramic view of Ha Giang

Panoramic view of Ha Giang

Hue, Vietnam
Nestled on the bank of romantic and poetic Perfume River, Hue – the Vietnam’s imperial capital is a not-to-be-missed if you’re going to visit Vietnam in November. A trip to Hue is almost like a journey back in time to explore royal tombs, museums and ancient ruins. Hue is the land of diverse culture, architectural and traditional values represented by Imperial City, Forbidden Purple City and Tombs of Emperors. Especially, Hue is the world of authentic Vietnamese cuisine with a variety of delicious dishes.
The beauty of Vietnam in November is something that no one can deny. To continue your tour around Indochina countries, make your own ways to explore lovely Laos to have more enthralling experience and unforgettable moments.

Hue Imperial City in November

Hue Imperial City in November

Vientiane, Laos
Laos’s laid-back capital city is a highlight of an Indochina tour. Vientiane has so much to offer from tuk-tuk drivers, café society and reasonable spas. And Vientiane is more beautiful with its own unique characteristics when it comes to November. Although you can travel Laos all the year around, November is still considered as the best time to plan a perfect trip. Overall, the warm and sunny weather in November with blue skies and minimum rain certainly facilitates a discovery of Vientiane’s most old French villas, a taste of fresh swigging Beer Lao and a drink-up the stunning sunset over the Mekong.

Vientiane, Laos in November

Vientiane, Laos in November

Luang Prabang, Laos
Laos is home to fairytale landscape, rich history, cuisine and view of Luang Prabang, cascading waterfalls as well as perfect sunset treks. If an Indochina tour for the coming November is your interest, Luang Prabang , with no doubt, is a place to savor. With ideal and favorable weather conditions, there is nothing quite like exploring fabulous French villas, boutique hotels and enjoy cuisine made by some of the Asia’s best chefs. Take leisurely walk down to old French town, or travel further to marvelous aquamarine waterfalls which makes base for ideal trekking opportunities or mountain bike trails – all are perfect things to do when visiting Luang Prabang in November.

Alms giving ceremony in Luang Prabang, Laos

Alms giving ceremony in Luang Prabang, Laos

Vang Vieng, Laos
Another no less enthralling experience for your Indochina tours in November is to pay a visit to a peaceful rural scene from an Oriental silk painting, Vang Vieng. Vang Vieng is more than sleepy town situated on the bank of Nam Song, it is a backdrop of tranquil cliffs and vivid green paddy fields. November is one of the best time to marvel at the special beauty of Vang Vieng in its own way. Kayak the Nam Song, climb the karst and go caving – all you can experience to the utmost with travel to Vang Vieng in November.
If Vietnam offers you a chance to steep in the world of beautiful natural landscape, accompanied with values of history, culture and architecture, Laos mesmerizes you with old French villas and adventurous experience favored by weather conditions in November, the little lovely Cambodia is also a striking destination that let you into the world of an empire of temples, amazing urban scene and wonderful adventures that make your discovery of Indochina countries more thrilling and memorable.

Footbridge over the Nam Song river at Vang Vieng

Footbridge over the Nam Song river at Vang Vieng

Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Phnom Penh welcomes you to the world of not only exotic vibrant Cambodia’s capital city but also classic architecture. With its location on the banks of Mekong, Phnom Penh can have your senses thrilled by unique sights, sounds and tastes. Visit the Cambodia’s capital in November and gain an insight into appealing café culture, chic bars and scrumptious food flavor, that time you will live to the fullest.

Independence Monument in Phnom Penh

Independence Monument in Phnom Penh

Siem Reap, Cambodia
Another highlight of your Indochina tours is Siem Reap which lets you into the world of the ancient world and into the world of long-established temples. Siem Reap in November is beautiful than ever; therefore, it is a perfect time to savor this amazingly beautiful Cambodia’s destination. Siem Reap offers a wide range of cuisine, spas, great shopping experience and adventures that suits everyone, even demanding travelers.

November is a good time to visit Angkor, Siem Reap

November is a good time to visit Angkor, Siem Reap