VET Travel takes you all over Southeast Asia, find out most popular Destinations
Cambodia’s bustling capital. While it retains a provincial charm of a smaller city with aging French colonial mansions and friendly inhabitants, Phnom Penh also features a cosmopolitan mix of modern architecture, international cuisine and amenities for any traveler.
Cambodia’s second-largest city and unofficial arts and culture capital. This destination offers visitors a peaceful and pleasant stay as well as access to a wealth of cultural activities. Battambang is home to Phare Ponleu Selpak, the Cambodian circus and a handful of art galleries and cafes. The main parts of this northern city are located along to the Sangker River which courses through Battambang Province.
Home to Cambodia’s historic Angkor Wat temple complex. As such, this northwestern city situated on the shores of the Tonle Sap Lake is the country’s major tourist center. Its nearness to the Angkorian ruins has transformed Siem Reap into a rapidly growing city in less than ten years. The availability of high end to mid-level accommodation has exploded and options for visiting the temples limitless.
This cosmopolitan southern Vietnamese city, also called Saigon, is a dizzying collage of traditional life and 21st-century skyscrapers. This sprawling metropolis features a host of tourist attractions from historic pagodas to the sprawling Ben Thanh market, as well as Vietnam War sites like the Cu Chi tunnels and the War Remnants Museum.
Sihanoukville features quiet sandy beaches and several small tropical islands, making it a popular tourist destination. If you tire of the beach scene, nearby Ream National Park and Kbal Chhay Waterfall offer beautiful diversions.
One of Southeast Asia’s top destinations, Bangkok welcomes more visitors than any other city in the world. Visitors will find this metropolis has an overwhelming range of activities to take advantage of. Some highlights include visiting the Grand Palace, high-end shopping at Pratunam or Siam, or basking in the majesty of the Reclining Buddha at Wat Pho Temple.