This excursion with MLMT will first turn you speechless, and then into a storyteller.
Rife with culture and an elaborate history, these Southeast Asian countries have been impressing tourists for decades now. Both these places are such that exude stillness and preservation with beautifully architectured religious monuments, several museums to shoot up your general knowledge, and lines of colorful markets of traditional handicrafts. Nature’s bounty can be reckoned in the greens of the rice fields and grasslands, and the emerald enchantress, Halong Bay.
The best time to visit these Indochinese beauties is from February to April, followed by the autumn months of September and October. Rainfall is lighter and the weather is pleasant during these time periods.
INR 40,000 to 60,000 can be called the average estimate for a trip to Vietnam and Cambodia.
Visa is granted on arrival in both the countries is you are traveling by air. If you wish to take land or water route, you will have to apply for a prior visa.
The lively and historic city of Phnom Penh is a great place to stay in Cambodia with a plenty of hotels offering both comfort and grandeur. The city, which is also the capital of Cambodia is sure to excite history and culture enthusiasts as it locates within itself
Residence of the present royal family of Cambodia and to all rulers of the Khmer dynasty since 1866, this majestic palace is a must see. Constructed in shades of gold and white, the palace is a group of buildings, all explaining different facets of Cambodian history.
A part of the Royal Palace complex, this temple is named after its silver tiled floor and shelters awe-inspiring statues of horses and jewelry laden Buddhas, the most notable being the Emerald Buddha.
A preserver of Cambodian culture, this temple-like construction exhibits traditional fine arts of the country, religious sculptures, and artifacts. It definitely enhances a tourist’s perspective of Cambodia. Other than these, there are a number of attractions along with fantastic markets and eateries like the Central Market, Russian Market, and the Riverfront of Phnom Penh.
Situated by the doorsteps of Angkor Wat, this resort town is a dream stay with extraordinarily luxurious hotels and resorts. Some of them being Borei Angkor Resort and Spa, Lotus Blanc Resort, Hotel Somadevi Angkor Resort, and Spa, etc.
The Six Senses Ninh Van Bay located in the province is one of the most upscale hotels in Vietnam. It is a posh complex with stylish villas and a de-stressing environment. A few attractive sites in the province are Po Nagar, which is a hilltop temple, Long Son Pagoda, which is a huge concrete statue of the Buddha, Dam Market, and Ba Ho Waterfalls cliff Jumping.
With a stretched out temple complex and vast galleries, Angkor Wat is the world’s largest religious monument and the prime attraction for visitors of Cambodia. Surrounded physically by a moat and a water body, and scientifically by various astronomical and mythological interpretations, the temple never fails to amuse people with its well-detailed carvings and stories behind them.
An orchard in the city of Phnom Penh, it is a peaceful place today but can give you chills with its horrifying history. It was used as an execution ground by the Khmer rulers and is full of graves, remains of the dead. Memorial Stupa was built in 1988 and houses an arrangement of 8000 skulls. An audio tour helps better understand the anecdotes about the place.
Performed by young, talented artists, this is a mesmerizing 90-minute show with music, dance, energy, emotions, expressions, stunts, and formations, all narrating Cambodian tales.
The postcard-picture Halong Bay is one of the plentiful attractions of Vietnam. Located near the Chinese border, it is made up of 1,600 limestone islets and islands. The surreal sight of these tall, rocky islets, activities like fishing, swimming, snorkeling, and kayaking, and sumptuous seafood draws a swarm of tourists every year.
A commendable system of underground passages, the Cu Chi tunnels are a part of the War Museum in Vietnam. They exquisitely represent the resolute and diligent Vietnamese soldiers. All war necessities like trapdoors, living areas, kitchens, storage facilities, armory, hospitals, and command centers are carved in these tunnels. It always leaves visitors wonderstruck with its incomparable construction and connectivity.
One of the finest experiences you can have in Vietnam is this park, which is a major geomorphic site in Asia. It is home to the world’s largest cave, Hang Son Doong Cave, underground rivers, dry caves, suspended caves, terraced caves and a lot more. It also preserves some of the rarest species of flora and fauna.
My Son Sanctuary
Thang Long Water Puppet Theater
Hoi An Ancient Town
The Bayon, Siem Reap
Apsaras Dance Performance
– It is important to stay cool and dry as the weather is usually humid.
– Wear sunscreen, hats, and light, breathable clothes.
– Carry cash as most street vendors don’t accept plastic money.
– Always carry water to keep yourself hydrated.
– Currency: Vietnamese dong and Cambodian Riel.
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