Explore the three countries, each with its own unique culture, history and traditions, that share the Indochinese Peninsula between China and India on our most comprehensive of Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam tours. The French influence is still felt in the cities while life in the countryside, a world of rice paddies, small villages and floating markets along the banks of the Mekong River, continues on much as it did before the French arrived. Two-night stays in Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Da Nang (for exploration of historic Hoi An) and the Mekong Delta town of Chau Doc ,“ plus an overnight cruise on Ha Long Bay ,“ complete the portrait of Vietnam, then and now. From your arrival in Phnom Penh to days spent exploring the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Angkor and its treasures, Cambodia casts its own spell. In Laos, only welcoming tourists since the late 1990s, 49 ethnic groups put their own spin on life and living, providing a cultural richness as seen in the cuisine, the customs, the temples and the markets. These 16 days in Indochina will expand your horizons, deepen your insights and transform your view of the world.