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Indo China
Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia


Despite its turbulent history, the peoples of Indo-China have re--established their traditional lifestyles, absorbing and welcoming new influences from abroad. Now is an ideal time to explore the unique and intriguing cultures of three historic and newly-developing ncountries.

Long hindered by civil strife, Vietnam is emerging as a vital and attractive country, the setting for the entrepreneurial spirit of flourishing Ho Chi Minh City, the historical sites of Hue, the unspoiled maritime scenery of the central coast and the genteel colonial facades of Hanoi.

Locked in the rugged hills of Indo-China, and connected to the outside world by the waters of the mighty Mekong River, long isolated Laos is a country steeped in a rich Buddhist culture. As you travel up-country to the imperial capital at Luang Prabang, you sense still an ever present spirit of the past, of struggles fought and kingdoms lost.

The home of the most spectacular sights in all of Asia. Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom. Historians believe Angkor to have been a city of more than a million people. From 802 AD until its capture by the Thai in 1431 AD, it was the capital of the Kmer Empire. Angkor City was protected by a moat, and was entered through 5 gates, each decorated with four-faced heads and leading to an avenue lined with large stone figures from the gate to the centre of the five square mile city. All the ruins are elaborately carved and decorated, and make one of the richest finds for students of art, history, archaeology and architecture. As you gaze at this sensational sight you can understand why it is one of the world's great wonders.

Decades of social and economic isolation have preserved a wealth of cultural and scenic attractions. Above all, it offers the warmth and friendliness of its charming people. With a land area of 677,000 sq. kms., Myanmar is the largest country in South-East Asia. It shares borders with Bangladesh, India, China, Laos and Thailand.

The Vietnam-Cambodia-Laos trip is a 19 day, fully escorted, all inclusive tour, with an optional 9 day tour of Burma.







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