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Vietnam travel guide

Astonishingly exotic and fully compelling, unforgettable experiences are everywhere in Vietnam, a country of breathtaking natural beauty with an incredible heritage collection that quickly becomes addictive. Even those who have been living in Vietnam for years will tell you that every day is an adventure in this land of the dragon people. Feel your senses come alive when you cruise through the fairy-tale landscape of thousands limestone islands in Halong Bay or feel the chaotic in big cities of Ho Chi Minh or the grand old lady of Hanoi. See authentic sights and sounds of the countryside or be greeted by the energetic, resilient and friendly locals and a sense of kindness akin to their customs. Simple, chaotic, inspiring, you will find all at the same time. So, get ready to soak up in the feast of its scenic scenery, rich culture and glorious history while starting your own journey.

Vietnam is the easternmost country on the Indochina Peninsula in Southeast Asia. With an estimated 90.5 million inhabitants, it is the world's 13th-most-populous country, and the eighth-most-populous Asian country. The name Vietnam translates as "Southern Viet". It was first officially adopted in 1802 by Emperor Gia Long, and was adopted again in 1945 with the founding of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam under Ho Chi Minh. The country is bordered by China, Laos, Cambodia, and the South China Sea to the east. Its capital city has been Hanoi since the reunification of North and South Vietnam in 1976.

Viewed through the lens of its history, Vietnam might appear in many foreigners’ eyes as a country of war, sorrow and loss. But zoom in for a closer look, you will find one of the fastest growing economies in Asia. Inspire of being developed, it is still an exotic land of breathtaking natural landscapes, vivid colors and lifestyle. It is the home to eight recognized UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including cultural, natural and mixed ones. The myriad parks, rugged mountains along with 3,000 kilometer coastline and finest beaches create an incredible biodiversity for those seeking new adventures in the Far East. Its cuisine with incredibly subtle in flavors and outstanding in diversity never ceases to amaze avid foodies. Juxtaposed with its nature beauty and modern cities lie a perfectly cultural blend of many other cultures such as Chinese, Indian and Hindu. Hidden inside, you will find a unique and quintessential Vietnam with royal relics, enduring French colonial legacies and especially, the 54 distinct ethnic groups creating a bold culture with their own languages, ways of life and traditional customs.
Vietnam travel guide

Cambodia travel guide

Ascend to the realm of the gods in Angkor Wat or descend into hell at Tuol Sleng Prison. With a history both inspiring and depressing, Cambodia delivers an intoxicating present.

Located in the heart mainland of Southeast Asia and share borders with Thailand, Laos, and Vietnam, the present-day Cambodia is the successor state to the Khmer empire which ruled much of the mainland of Southeast Asia during the Angkorian period. The remains of this empire can be seen at the temples of Angkor.

In spite of having the eighth wonder of the world, the country’s real treasure is its people who have shown their friendliness everywhere you put your steps in. The Khmers have been to hell and back, struggled for years of poverty, tragic genocide, they still keep their unbreakable spirit with their smiles intact. You will fell in love with the inhabitants of this enigmatic kingdom and come away with the admiration and affection.

Not only ancient Angkor temples, the hill tribes settled in the remote areas, colorful pagodas, strings of pristine beaches set part of Cambodia attractions that beckon all travelers who are willing to experience this land with true spirits of adventure and leisure. This is the place to enjoy the rhythm of rural life and serenity of rice paddies and swaying sugar palms. The South Coast is blessed with tropical islands with a handful of beach huts in sight while the nearby Cardamom Mountains provides the gateway to emerging ecotourism adventures and the great biodiversity and wildlife. The mighty Mekong flows through the country and the northeast is a world away with abundance of mountainous natural landscapes and home to Cambodia ethnic minorities
Cambodia travel guide

Laos travel guide

Laos, officially known as the Lao People’s Democratic Republic (Lao PDR) is a fascinating country to visit. Sharing border with Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, Myanmar and China, the landlocked Laos is said to be the most laid-back of all the countries in Southeast Asia.

Laos traces its history to the kingdom of Lan Xang, which existed from the 14th to the 18th centuries when it split into three kingdoms of Luang Phrabang, Vientiane and Champasak. It was the French who united the three kingdoms in 1893 into what is known as Laos today. The country had been isolated from the outside world for almost two decades before it opened for foreign visitors in early 1990s. Despite the least-known destination comparing to its neighbors, Laos remains a slow life with centuries-old traditions, ancient temples and its people are some of the friendliest and kindest in Southeast Asia.

Once known as the land of a million elephants, Laos has something for everyone. Adrenaline junkies can lose themselves in underground river caves, white-water rapids or jungle ziplines. Wildlife enthusiasts can trek through rugged mountains and pristine forests, still home to rare creatures. Foodies can experiment with the kaleidoscope of flavors that is Lao cuisine. Step back in time while witnessing hundreds of saffron-robed monks move silently through the streets in search of alms. From thrill-seeker to gourmand, every type of traveler finds what they're looking for in Laos.

The country also retains some of the French colonial-era influences: the familiar smell of freshly baked bread and coffee mingles with exotic local aromas in morning markets, and many of the old shophouses of its larger towns now (appropriately) house French restaurants.

For such a small country with a population of nearly 7 million, Laos is surprisingly diverse in terms of its people who mostly practice Buddhism. It is home to 49 ethnic groups whose lifestyles are still well-preserved in the flow of tourism.
Laos travel guide

Thailand travel guide

Friendly and fun-loving, exotic and tropical, cultured and historic, Thailand radiates a golden hue from its glittering temples and tropical beaches to the ever-comforting Thai smile.

Located in the heart of the Indochina peninsula in Southeast Asia, it is the only country in the region never being colonized by European powers. A unified Thai kingdom has existed since the mid-14th century, and Thailand was known as Siam until 1939 when it officially became the Kingdom of Thailand.

The Thailand's cultural richness comes from its diversity. Its tradition incorporates a great deal of influence from India, China, Cambodia and the rest of Southeast Asia. The Bangkok capital is a teeming metropolis with gilded temples and palaces that recall the country's tradition, and the scent of spicy street food fills the air. The two coastlines, on the Andaman Sea and the Gulf of Thailand have post-card-perfect beaches. In the mountainous interior, hill tribes live as they have for millennia. Whether you are in an elephant trekking in the northern hills, or exploring Ayutthaya’s splendid ruins, or diving in the waters of the idyllic southern coast, there is the food: generous, warm, refreshing and relaxed, all express the fundamental aspects of Thai culture. And the unique spirit of the "land of smiles", adds warmth to any visit.
Thailand travel guide

Myanmar Travel Guide

“This is Burma”, wrote Rudyard Kipling, “it is quite unlike any place you know about. For centuries, Myanmar (or Burma) remains unknown to the modern world. It is the enigma that makes the country one of the most visited destination in Southeast Asia. The extraordinary land scattered with gilded pagodas, gentle people, local life not yet affected by modernity, and a diverse range of indigenous cultures, Myanmar is a fascinating adventure in wait. Slow down, listen and connect – it’s the best way to appreciate what’s truly golden about this land.

Sit at the crossroads of Asia’s great civilization of India and China, Myanmar is one of the most diverse countries in Southeast Asia. The present-day Myanmar is still a land of breathtaking beauty and charm yet only recently emerging into the modern world.

Myanmar is the country of traditional delights in its natural landscape combined with rich and glorious heritages dating back to more than 2,000 years. Religious site and ancient cities attest to a vibrant culture of more than 100 distinct ethnic groups. Drift down the Ayeyarwady River in an old river steamer, stake out a slice of beach on the blissful Bay of Bengal, or trek through pine forests to minority villages scattered across the Shan Hills without jostling with scores of fellow travelers. Above all, you'll meet locals who are gentle, humorous, engaging, considerate, inquisitive and passionate – they want to play a part in the world, and to know what you make of their world. Now is the time to make that connection!
Myanmar Travel Guide
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