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Vietnam, a country nestled in the southern part of Eastern Asia is known for its peaceful and serene environ. Once haunted by the bloodshed and strife of Vietnam War, today, the streets of the country are buzzing with youthful energy, mopeds zooming through the roads, floating markets and paddy fields adding to its overall charms. Oozing overwhelming natural beauty and rich heritage, the country takes you on a journey of ancient architecture and its vibrant culture. From the green rice fields in the north to the fascinating bustle of the Mekong Delta in the south. Vietnam however is also a country with a long history and ancient traditions. It has many historic attractions and old temples.

03 N | 04 D Vietnam Cambodia Honeymoon Package

3 Nights Siam Reap
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3 Nights Hanoi | 1 Night Halong Bay
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05 N | 06 D Vietnam Cambodia Travel Package

3 Nights Hanoi | 2 Nights Ho Chi Minh City
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5 N | 6 D Cambodia with Vietnam

3 Nights Hanoi | 1 Night Halong Bay | 1 Night Ninh Binh
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06 N | 07 D Vietnam Cambodia Honeymoon Package

2 Nts Ho chi Minh City | 2 Nts Phnom Penh | 2 Nts Siam Reap (By Bus)
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Vietnam is one of Southeast Asia’s most beautiful countries, attracting travellers to its lush mountains, bustling cities and golden sand beaches. Despite rapid modernisation in Vietnam’s urban centres of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh, time-honoured traditions remain intact amongst the locals. There are numerous ancient landmarks and colonial structures that have survived throughout the bumps and scrapes of history. Buddhist shrines can be found next to towering skyscrapers, where you can experience vibrant festivals and ceremonies dating back hundreds of years. Long, sandy beaches are home to luxurious resorts and fine-dining venues, making them ideal romantic getaways, while expansive rice terraces on the hills make for excellent hiking excursions. Whether you’re planning a historical tour of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh, a relaxing beach break or simply want to escape the bustling city life, our Vietnam travel guide caters to just about any holiday preference. Vietnam Cambodia honeymoon packages are becoming increasingly popular among those looking for a different type of vacation!

Attractions in Vietnam:

Some of the most beautiful attractions in Vietnam are Dalat which has a pleasant and cool weather throughout the year and one can find wide varieties of colorful flowers, lush pine trees & magnificent scenery of misty valleys. vietnam Cambodia honeymoon packages. It is a perfect destination for those who want to spend quality time away from heat, My Son situated nearby Duy Phu village on the central coast which is a famous archaeological site situated towards the South- East Asia. Another must-visit place is Ho Chi Minh City, situated near Mekong Delta towards the shore of Siagon river. It is Vietnam’s largest city offering a number of modern as well as historic attractions including nightlife, dining and shopping.

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Food of Vietnam:

The cuisine of Vietnam will tingle your senses, as much as it will flatter your taste buds, owing to the fragrance of fresh herbs, spices, and seafood that are used in the preparation. Vietnamese food is regarded as one of the healthiest cuisines worldwide. It comprises mainly of rice and fish. Meat dishes like bo kho, bo la lot and pho and bun cha are some of the dishes you would want to try during your visit. Vietnamese culture and traditions are often spellbinding and are best experienced by engaging with the local community.

Festivals of Vietnam:

The rich history and various artistic manifestations of this nation are best reflected in its festivals, and if one of these seems to be underway during your trip, consider yourself lucky:

1.Tet Nguyen Dan (January/ February)

Tet Nguyen Dan marks the beginning of the Lunar New Year in the Vietnamese calendar and is certainly one of the most revered festivals in the country. Deep-rooted in the traditional values of family integration and worship of deities, this holiday is an occasion for the entire family to get together and indulge in rituals such as lighting fireworks, visiting temples, giving out flowers. This is an amazing time to be in Vietnam, for you can feel the spirit of the day reverberating through the atmosphere.

2. Lim Festival (Mid February)

Take a dip into the folk culture of Vietnam during the Lim festival, which is another prominent festival celebrated at the beginning of the year. Quan Ho, which is a UNESCO recognised tribe, perform their exquisite dances and a number of games are played in celebration of this festival. Traditional costumes and dragon boats are a common sight. Danh du (bamboo swings), tug-of-war, wrestling, cockfighting, human chess, and blind man's bluff are some of the games that are played during this time and is an interesting way to interact with the locals.

3. Perfume Festival

Perfume Pagoda in Hanoi is the centre of the Vietnamese Perfume Festival which is celebrated the from the 6th day of the 1st lunar month until the end of the 3rd lunar month. Pilgrims from all over the country visit this shrine, and the pilgrimage begins with a dragon dance at Den Trinh Pagoda. The pilgrims then continue the journey on a boat along the Yen River up to the base of the Huong Mountain.

How to get around in Vietnam:

For getting around in Vietnam, your dependence on buses and trains might not be very relaxing for you. If discomfort is a very big factor for you, you can consider renting a car; but it will prove to be very expensive. Many cities in Vietnam have motorbike taxis and cyclos that are very convenient. Another option is of taking a metered taxi or a public bus. Preferred mode to explore the country could be hiking or biking from Ha Long Bay in the north, and going across to Hanoi, all the way down to Hao Chi Minh city in the south, crossing the cities of Hue and Ho An. This way, you would be able to enjoy the country in its entirety.

For getting around in Vietnam, your dependence on buses and trains might not be very relaxing for you. If discomfort is a very big factor for you, you can consider renting a car; but it will prove to be very expensive. Many cities in Vietnam have motorbike taxis and cyclos that are very convenient. Another option is of taking a metered taxi or a public bus. Preferred mode to explore the country could be hiking or biking from Ha Long Bay in the north, and going across to Hanoi, all the way down to Hao Chi Minh city in the south, crossing the cities of Hue and Ho An. This way, you would be able to enjoy the country in its entirety.

Languages of Vietnam

The official language of Vietnam is Vietnamese. Like Thai and Mandarin, Vietnamese is a tonal language that uses a change in pitch to inflect different meanings, and this can make it difficult for Westerners to master. While it is very different from Western languages, a traveler may be surprised to learn that the basic grammar is pretty simple. Verbs are static regardless of the past or future and parts of speech are pretty straightforward. The major difficulties lay on tones and certain sounds. Vietnamese consists of 4 main dialects: the northern dialect spoken around Hanoi, the north-central dialect spoken around Vinh, the central dialect spoken around Hue, and the southern dialect spoken around Ho Chi Minh City.

Cambodia a Perfect Honeymoon Destinations For Tourists

Cambodia is a country steeped in history. In spite of years and years of struggle, the country has emerged today as a nation with an infectious spirit seen in its people and a tourism business that is flourishing. Home of the famous Angkor Wat and numerous other temples, this country is intoxicating in its beauty, to say the least. Apart from the historical and the cultural, Cambodia is also urbane, boasting of beautiful Phnom Penh, its capital, and tonnes of restaurants serving delicious cuisine. Cambodia is an amalgamation of the old and the new and a gentle reminder that the two can indeed co-exist and do it graciously.

When the sun rises over Angkor Wat, it's easy to understand why the citizens of the ancient city of Angkor considered their leaders to be gods. The rising sun reflects off the massive stone temple complex and the thick green jungle that surrounds it, creating awesome hues of purple and blue and an almost otherworldly glow. It's no wonder that Angkor Wat draws two million visitors every year. But the incredible ancient site isn't the only site worth visiting in Cambodia. In fact, this South East Asian country is so full of wonder, it should go right to the top of your bucket list. Vietnam Cambodia tour packages are increasingly gaining more tourist attraction from many across the world!.

How to reach Cambodia :

The best way to travel to Cambodia is by flight. The Phnom Penh International Airport connects tourists to the capital city and the Siem Reap International Airport connects tourists to the Angkor temples. The Sihanoukville International Airport only has domestic flights to Siem Reap and Phnom Penh. Kampot and Kratie are two places that you have to visit during your time in Cambodia.

Cuisine of Cambodia:

While not the strongest link in Southeast Asia's chain of delightful cuisine (due to the Khmer Rouge era, Khmer cuisine were nearly wiped out), Khmer food is filling and cheap. Rice and occasionally noodles are the staples. Unlike in Thailand or Laos, spicy hot food is not the mainstay; black pepper is preferred over chilli peppers, though chillis are usually served on the side. Thai and Vietnamese influences can be noted in Khmer food, although Cambodians love strong sour tastes in their dishes. Prahok, a local fish paste, is common in Khmer cooking and usually takes some getting used to. Kampot pepper is reputed to be the best in the world and accompanies crab at the Kep crab shacks and squid in the restaurants on the Ou Trojak Jet river.

Typical Khmer dishes include:
  • ● Amok - Arguably the most well-known Cambodian dish. A coconut milk curried dish less spicy than those found in Thailand. Amok is usually made with chicken,fish or shrimp, plus some vegetables. It is sometimes served in a hollowed-out coconut with rice on the side. Quite delicious.
  • ● K'tieu (Kuytheav) - A noodle soup generally served for breakfast. Can be made with pork, beef or seafood. Flavourings are added to the customers taste in the form of lime juice, chili powder, sugar and fish sauce.
  • ● Somlah Machou Khmae - A sweet and sour soup made with pineapple, tomatoes and fish. Often sold hot and fresh with Khmer noodles ("Nom Banh Chhok") on the streets by women balancing two pots on a stick across their backs for less than $1/serving, complete with bowl and chopsticks

Language of Cambodia:

The official language of Cambodia is Khmer. Unlike its Thai, Laotian and Vietnamese neighbors, Khmer is not a tonal language, though its multitude of vowels, dip- and tripthongs make it difficult for the European-trained ear to discern. Despite this, most Cambodians are charmed by any attempt you do make, so pick up a phrasebook and give it a go. There is no universal system of Latinized transcription for Khmer characters, so don't be surprised if you see three different spellings for the same word. Language schools and private language tutors can be found in all larger Cambodian cities for as little as $5/hour.

Getting around in Cambodia:

For getting around in Cambodia, buses are the most convenient mode of transport. You can also consider renting a bike to explore the Khmer Kingdom. A number of domestic flights connect Phnom Penh and Siem Reap. For a journey around the cities, you can take a tuk tuk or remork-motos. Similar to Vietnam, Cyclos and motorcycle taxis are available in Cambodia as well.

Currency of Cambodia:

The Cambodian riel (KHR) and US dollar (USD) are interchangeable currencies in Cambodia, with riel most commonly used only for small transactions in place of U.S. coins, which are not accepted anywhere. (Though in the countryside, even larger prices are more commonly quoted in riel, as there are fewer U.S. dollars floating about).

The Best time to Visit Vietnam and Cambodia starts in the month of November and lasts till April. This is attributed to the fall of temperature and humidity levels across central and northern Vietnam. Rainfall also occurs less frequently in both Vietnam and Cambodia. In the dry season i.e. from November to April, the travel cost is higher than other months reaching its peak during the week-long Vietnamese Tet Festival in late January or early February. If you are looking for a quieter visit to Vietnam and Cambodia, you can travel between May and early October; which is The 'wet season' and witnesses sharp showers. For Vietnam Cambodia Holiday Packages from india Call Us at 7838398058 or Email at info@smartholidayshop.com for the best deals and a memorable experience!

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