Fill up your summer with fabulous Indochina trips to enjoy impressive sightseeing, exotic adventure, and interesting activities. Indochina Tours is happy to deliver you this special promotion as the most sincere welcome to visit many countries in one destination.
Special Promotion for Indochina Tours in Summer 2020
On this summer season, we would like to give you as well as future clients a promotion as a small gift to express our gratefulness.
- Applied for all bookings paid from now on until April 30th, 2020 with departure from May 1st to Sep 30th, 2020
- Cashback will be handed on arrival
- Not combined with other existing promotions
Best Places to Visit Indochina for Summer Season
Among tons of amazing tourist attractions in the Indochina region, let’s name some best destinations for summer. Touring in Indochina, travelers could enjoy white sand beaches, visit ancient cities, see cultural and spiritual ceremonies and join in traditional activities. Now, let’s explore each of them with the list below:
Ha Long Bay, Vietnam
It is inevitable that Ha Long Bay is one of the No.1 destinations in Vietnam for both the locals and foreigners all over the world. Ha Long Bay cruise is the most favorite activity for tourists because they can contemplate spectacular nature and enjoy tranquil vibe while floating at sea. In Ha Long Bay, visitors will have a chance to see about 2000 limestone cliffs rising vertically from the water, as long as relax by swimming, caving or kayaking in the sea. Say that, it is nothing sort of impeccable to see Ha Long Bay in the summer and enjoy the unique and extraordinary beauty of Vietnam. So, cruising Ha Long Bay is such a must when traveling in Vietnam! Don’t miss it.
Mekong Delta is also a must-see destination when visitors set foot in Vietnam in the summer. Floating markets and islands there attract a host of tourists because of its exceptional traits and beauty. Instead of selling goods in normal markets, local people purchase their products like fruits, vegetables, and handicrafts on their boats. Each boat has a pole hanging outstanding goods so that people from a distance can realize and buy them. Such interesting and creative marketing! Moreover, tourists should embark on a cruise in the river surrounded by high palm trees to ride a sampan (a typical boat) and explore nature. There are also some stopovers so that visitors and drop by and buy local products.
Hoi An, Vietnam
An Indochina tour would not be completed without seeing an ancient Hoi An of Vietnam. In 1999, Hoi An was formally recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It requires the reputation for its unique temples, pagodas and ancient homes which carry the history of Hoi An itself. These outstanding marks together with mixed Vietnamese, Chinese and Japanese architectures create a picture-perfect city of the late 19th century. Visiting Hoi An amidst the bright summer, visitors will be able to see the ancient yellow-tone buildings and houses immersed in the summer sunshine, creating an impressive and impeccable picture.
Luang Prabang, Laos
A laid-back Luang Prabang, the former capital of Laos, is well-known for lush greeneries, Buddhist temples and monasteries, and the alms-giving ceremony. Summertime is suitable for tourists to enjoy cool and beautiful Kuang Si waterfall with green, lush corners surrounding. Besides, getting up early in the morning to give alms or see the alms-giving ceremony is a very unforgettable experience for foreigners. This is one of the most sacred traditions in Laos, but it is quite lengthy so make sure children and kids can stay until the last. Visitors could also spend their summer to visit Mount Phousi which is a 450-foot high hill filled with shrines to see striking landmarks and sunrise.
Vang Vieng, Laos
Nature-lovers must enjoy this land because they could blow off some steam thanks to fresh nature and impressive wonders. Towering limestone karst, white splashed rocks, and rice fields are all combined to create extraordinary scenery for tourists to see. Also, Vang Vieng is rather close to the Nam Song River, so travelers can try kayaking or tubing which is the best for summer. In addition to so much natural beauty, Vang Vieng also possesses a host of restaurants and bars that suit every budget so that tourists can relax and unwind.
Visiting majestic Angkor Wat, Krong Siem Reap, is an indispensable part of an Indochina tour package. UNESCO acknowledged Angkor Wat as one of the largest religious monuments at 162 hectares. In the summer, the temperature is very high, so visitors ought to make a day trip in the early morning to see the iconic Angkor Wat. Moreover, tuk-tuk ride, local transportation, is a worthy experience for those who love going sightseeing and contemplating scenes in the area.