Vietnam, Cambodia & Thailand Tours
Visiting Vietnam is ideal to discover this beautiful country with picturesque landscapes. You will have an exciting chance to learn all of the highlights of Vietnam and experience its culture, history, cuisine, and customs. You will continue to visit Cambodia and may see one of the Seven Wonders of the World, Angkor Wat, the Tonle Sap Lake in Siem Reap, the Royal Palace in Phnom Penh. And then you take an international flight to Thailand – Smile Country. Whether its magnificent temples, religious atmosphere, beautiful beaches, or exotic history and culture have attracted more and more people to explore this magic country. Let Style Travel guide you through several combined tours in Vietnam, Cambodia & Thailand to make your trip more charming and wonderful.
When is the best time to visit Vietnam, Cambodia & Thailand?
The best time for visiting Vietnam, Cambodia, and Thailand is from October to April. In Vietnam, the temperature is cool. The sky is clear from north to south. In Cambodia, the dry season has a clear sky, sunshine, and high visibility at this time. Meanwhile, the weather is mild and dry all year long in Thailand. Besides, at this time, the west coast of Thailand is more advantageous when compared to the east coast – the majority of the year is pleasant for travelers.
What are the top places that you should not miss when taking a tour to Vietnam, Cambodia & Thailand?
Hanoi, Vietnam's capital and second-largest metropolis, is the country's political, economic, and cultural hub. Hanoi is a historic metropolis with traditions dating back over 1,000 years. The city contains several areas of ancient importance and beautiful scenery, earning it the moniker "land of millennium cultural relics."
The splendor of nature and artistic significance of Ha Long Bay, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a magnificent jewel in Vietnam's tiara. Visiting this area is like entering into a fairy tale, the stuff of tales, with dozens of towering limestone islands, karst grottoes, and quaint junk boats cruising the brilliant emerald waters.
Hoi An is a popular tourist attraction with a 1,500-year heritage. Therefore, Hoi An Ancient Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It was previously named one of the top 10 tourist cities in Asia, attracting visitors from all over the world with its long white-sand beaches and many interesting activities.
Angkor Complex/Siem Reap:
Due to Angkor Wat, Siem Reap has become a popular tourist destination. Every year, millions of people from all around the world visit this modest city. They discover the unique enormous villages of Kompong Luong and Chong Kneas on Tonlé Sap Lake. Visit Banteay Kdei and discover where the king and queen swim.
Phnom Penh, Cambodia's capital, has a variety of tourist attractions. Traditional Khmer buildings such as the Royal Palace and Silver Pagoda, museums housing handicrafts and sculptures such as the National Museum, and museums designated as "Memory of the World" by UNESCO such as the Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum.
Contrasting to the bright lights, swift pace, and loudness of certain Asian megacities, Bangkok's more laid-back feel and easily navigable public transit. Besides, the golden chedi of Buddhist temples and wats that provide seclusion around the city spring up among supermarkets and skyscraper structures.
Chiang Mai, Thailand's second-largest city, is the opposite of Bangkok. It is surrounded on all sides by rainforests and situated between the country's northern mountains. Visitors to Chiang Mai frequently spend learning about the region's rich cuisine, relaxing in the simple lodgings, and viewing the historic temple ruins.
Phuket Island, which is situated on the sea trading route between China and India, is a fusion of several civilizations that have left their imprints. Due to the attractiveness of its amiably wonderful beaches and crystal-clear oceans, it is not only still the wealthiest district in Thailand but also vibrant and raucous.
The best itinerary for a Vietnam, Cambodia & Thailand tour?
Your journey will begin in Hanoi – Vietnam’s political, economic, and cultural hub. Next, it will be Halong Bay & Hoian - UNESCO World Heritage Site. After that, take another flight to the south, and you will arrive at Ho Chi Minh City - the inventive spirit of modern Vietnam. From there, you will take a bus to Phnom Penh (Cambodia) - the capital of Cambodia and home to magnificent palaces and pagodas, and then see Siem Reap - the gateway to the Angkor Wat complex. Your next destination is Thailand with a flight to Bangkok. Here, there will be two options: Bangkok with Phuket if you are the people who prefer the beach or Bangkok with Chiang Mai if you are the people who prefer mountains & minority ethnic.
How many days should I spend for a tour to Vietnam, Cambodia & Thailand?
When you have a short trip for 7 – 10 days only, you can visit two places in each country: Vietnam (Halong Bay) with Cambodia (Angkor Complex/Siem Reap) OR Vietnam (Halong Bay) with Thailand (Bangkok). If you have 4, 5 days more, you can add Hanoi and Hoi An in Vietnam to your itinerary. In case you have 17 days or more, besides the above destinations in the three countries, you will have enough time to visit others such as Hue, Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam, Phnom Penh in Cambodia, and Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai in Thailand.