Why the Vietnam Cambodia and Thailand itinerary trip?
Thailand has recently become a popular destination in the small group tours to Vietnam and Cambodia, making a breakthrough of your exploring dream across three ASEAN countries.
Journey through bustling cities and riverside towns as you head towards Bangkok. Drift through Halong Bay, exploring magnificent caves and taste traditional Vietnamese meals in Hanoi. In Cambodia, learn about the Khmer Rouge, and admire the intricate ruins of Angkor Wat, at its best at sunrise.
Where to visit in your 28-day Travel to Vietnam Cambodia and Thailand?
Day 1 – 4: Siem Reap, Cambodia
The best time to visit the Angkor Wat is in the early morning. Waiting for the sunrise is probably one of the fascinating experiences you could get in Siem Reap. You will learn interesting histories about the Hindu mythology, Hindu epics, wars and so much more.
At night, avail a buffet dinner with Apsara Dance Show. Apsara Dance is a traditional Khmer dance which goes back to the time of King Suryavarman II, the builder of Angkor Wat.
Day 5 – 7: Bangkok, Thailand
Explore the local traditions, histories, and cuisine during your time in Bangkok, the capital of Thailand. Bangkok is known for historic sites, shopping, and museums.
Explore the vanished world of Thailand as you explore The Grand Palace, then enjoy the peaceful atmosphere at Temple of the Emerald Buddha-or the Wat Phra Kaew. To wrap up your day, discover the ocean creatures at SEA LIFE Bangkok Ocean World before you get mesmerized by the souvenirs at Siam Paragon.
Day 8 – 10: Chiang Mai, Thailand
In Northern Thailand, walk through Chiang Mai, the largest and most significant city in the region to discover its history. Make a short trip to Wat Phra That Doi Suthep in Doi Suthep spends a whole day wandering through the wild on nature and wildlife tour.
Day 11 – 14: Hanoi, Vietnam
The capital of Vietnam, Hanoi serves as a bustling commercial and cultural hub bursting at the seams. You can plan a Vietnam customized tour to visit the best attractions: take a stroll through Old Quarter, steep yourself in history at Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, contemplate the waterfront views at Hoan Kiem Lake.
Day 15 – 17: Halong Bay, Vietnam
At the mystical Halong Bay, settle down on a traditional Chinese sailing vessel which will take you out to the UNESCO world heritage site.
The bay is a complex of numerous islands with limestone karsts. During your stay, you can spend time exploring caves, go swimming or simply soak in the beauty of the area.
Day 18 – 21: Hue
Hue is located at the geographic heart of Vietnam. This marvelous site offers you the unique relics and historical stories waiting to be explored.
The Perfume River flows through the city with grace, past the citadels and pagodas. This is the treasure of Hue that earns the name of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Hue is also cherished as the home the artistic and intellectual learning and the community of artists, poets, and scholars.
Day 22 – 25: Hoi An
The Hoi An Ancient Town hosts traditional buildings from different cultures as well as ornate Buddhist temples, traditional markets, and interesting museums. Discover the town by cycling tour gives you a wonderful experience.
Hoi An provides a wide range of leisure activities such as fishing excursions in a traditional Vietnamese fishing boat, lantern-making, and bamboo bicycle crafting workshops.
Day 26 – 28: Ho Chi Minh City
Formerly as Saigon, Ho Chi Minh City holds the essence of the historical events and the urban life.
Spend your time at this final destination by making a trip to Cu Chi Tunnels, contemplate in the serene atmosphere at Giac Lam Pagoda, and get a sense of history and politics at Central Post Office.
You can easily to customize your trip based on your time and budget.