Hanoi, Vietnam, July 26, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Luxury Travel Vietnam (www.luxurytravelvietnam.com) is offering travellers the opportunity to depart on a fantastic journey through three Southeast Asian nations, exploring the treasures of six world heritage sites.
The 'cuisine, culture and World heritages discovery of Indochina' is a journey featuring superb food and cultural immersion coupled with luxury travel.
This Indochina loop is a cultural and heritage adventure encompassing the ancient cultures of Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos. You will land at Luang Prabang, Laos, then fly on to Vietnam and end your journey in Siem Reap, Cambodia.
The trip has many highlights - explore the historical sites of Hue, Hoi An, Myson in Vietnam, cruise in the wonder of the famous Halong Bay, discover UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Luang Prabang Town in Laos and Angkor Wat in Cambodia.
Teeming with history, marvelous architecture and awash with natural beauty, Cambodia is fast becoming a must see destination. The largest religious monument ever built, Angkor Wat, ranks at the top of globetrotters' must see wonders of the word.
This tour focus on six World Heritage Sites, highlighting the culture and cuisine of Indochina. Travellers will interact with local people of three countries and discover some of Indochina's finest restaurants, while exploring UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Travelers will stay in landmark and luxury hotels: Sofitel Metropole Hanoi, Caravelle Hotel Saigon, Hotel de la Paix, La Residence and Spa Luang Prabang and unwind at the traditional resort of Nam Hai Resort and Spa in Hoian.
This 16-day trip departs on a daily basis and can be tailor made to fit your time constraints or special needs. The per-person double rate is from $6833 for land costs that includes accommodation, nearly all meals, regional flights, transfers, visa fees, tips, entrance fees, medical and emergency insurance and a comprehensive pre-departure packet.
The company said travelers save 6833 USD per person, if travelers book and travel to Indochina before 31 Sep 2010.
For tour and booking information, visit http://luxurytravelvietnam.com/EN/Indochina_tours/best_indochina.htm