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Map of Laos and Cambodia and 2-week-route
From the glittering cascades and World Heritage-listed cities of Laos to the unbelievable Angkor churches and the peaceful landscape of Cambodia, a two-week trip in Laos and Cambodia shows the best that each land has to offer. Come and see for yourself! Laos and Cambodia are best visited during the drought period from November to March.
Lower fares and fewer visitors make a trip to Laos and Cambodia even more worthwhile. Here you can see our latest travel reports about Thailand and Laos. It is the gate to the Golden Triangle, the area where Thailand will meet Laos and Burma, and is home to some of Thailand's most scenic landscapes and colorful mountain tribes.
From Chiang Rai, Thailand Laos will meet in Chiang Kong on the powerful Mekong Rivier. Ride down the riverbank for six to seven hrs, past country towns and experience the everyday lives of the relaxed Laoese. Take a flight to Vientiane, the quiet capitol of Laos. Don't miss Pha That Luang, a cultural landmark that represents Buddhism and the Lao Empire and the Swiss Museum.
Explore the Egyptian Central Market, which the French constructed in 1937. Explore Khmer culture and culture at the National Museum and see the Royal Palace, famous for its pagoda of silvery floors covered with thousand of pieces of silver. To get an inside look at the horror of the Pol Pot period, head to the cooling Tuol Sleng Museum of Genocidal Crimes and the Killing Fields of Choeung Ek.
Journey through the charming landscape of Cambodia to Kampong Thom. Sambor Pre Kuk's temple remains are among the oldest in Southeast Asia and are off the beaten track. Cruise to Siem Reap on Tonle Sap lake, the world's second biggest fresh water pond.
Angkor, with over one million inhabitants, was the biggest town in the whole wide globe. Angkor Wat, the world's greatest temple, is the most imposing and well known. End your trip to Laos and Cambodia in Siem Reap.