On the off chance that you’re planning an Indochina tour, sooner or later you’ll realize that there are many good places to visit making the possibility of crushing each one of them in all the more difficult.
- Nha Trang – Vietnam: Nha Trang is a bustling coastal town which looks to offer something for all kinds of tourist; it’s famous for its well-known beaches and scuba diving opportunities. One of its best qualities is ‘Nha Trang Bay’, considered as one the most beautiful beach resorts found anywhere on the planet. It is also renowned as the place to find the ‘Po Nagar’, a Cham temple perched on top of the Cù Lao Mountain.
- Angkor – Cambodia: A city with an incredible history, Angkor is known as the host of beautiful temples including the impressive Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom; this is the only reason that the entire expanse is protected as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Attracting more than two million visitors yearly, the number of temples found in this city is thought to stand at around one thousand, making it a stunning place for history lovers to come and explore.
- Battambang – Cambodia: Founded way back in the 11th century by the Khmer Empire, Battambang is one of the most important cities in Cambodia, earning a reputation across the world for being the leading rice-producing province of the country. Situated on a tranquil stretch of the Sangkae River, its vast amounts of French-colonial architecture are some of the best preserved in Cambodia and provide a fantastic point of interest for visitors. There are also the many temples to explore, with just one of those being the Baset Temple which was built during the reign of King Suryavarman II between 1002 and 1050. One of the best ways to admire the scenery is through the Nory, a Bamboo Train which travels around Battambang and neighbouring Poipet.
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