Traveling to Cambodia and Laos is an experience that you should not miss when coming to Southeast Asia. In these two countries, you will discover countless beauties, sacred temples or beautiful beaches during your trip. Let’s explore with Metta Voyage the activities you should experience when coming to these two beautiful countries.

Cambodia Laos tour package

Laos Tours

Laos Impression For All Ages

This 11-day Impressive Laos tour is part of our collection of Laos Soft Adventure tours for families. The laid-back capital city of Vientiane, the exciting Vang Vieng, the ancient town of Luang Prabang, and the exploration of colourful southern Laos are among the highlights. All activities are enjoyable, educational, and appropriate for people of all ages.

Immerse Into the Wild Nature of Laos

This 08-day adventure trip will immerse you in Laos’ wild nature while also teaching you about the Laotian way of life. It will take you to some of the country’s least visited areas, including the country’s northeastern region. The area is rarely visited by mass tourism, and it has remained unchanged for hundreds of years, promising and amazing exploration for you.

Northern Laos Soft Adventure Tour 

As one of the most relaxed countries, Laos has managed to preserve much of its natural beauty, making it ideal for outdoor adventures. This 10-day soft adventure Laos package tour allows us to visit the laid-back capital of Vientiane, the exciting Vang Vieng, and the breathtaking Luang Prabang.

Cambodia Tours

Cambodia Adventure With Trekking, Kayaking & Biking In 9 Days

Cambodia is a true Indochina gem, a fascinating land of jungles, rice paddies, and great rivers, endowed with iconic temples, ancient culture, and the joyful spirit of the Khmer people that rises above the country’s difficult history.

This is a place where you will be able to visit comfortably with activities such as hiking, biking and boating while admiring the beautiful countryside

Cambodia with World Heritage and Beach relaxation 8 Days

Do you want to hear the sounds of nature as you stand alone in the morning mist among Ta Prohm’s soaring trees and serpentine roots? Or do you prefer to arrive late in the afternoon, when only the dip of the boatman’s oar and the quack of red-headed ducks will disturb the peace of your sunset cocktails on an ancient Angkorian waterway? Metta Voyage’s mission is to create memories, and making a difference is in the details.

After 4 days of immersing yourself in this timeless ancient town, you will relax in Sihanoukville at either SongSaa Private Island or Alila Villas Koh Russey.

Cambodia and Laos Tours

Indochina Free & easy 19 Days

The entire itinerary begins in Cambodia, continues to Laos, and concludes in Vietnam. Based on our assessment of the size of the cities, the number of major attractions, and the general appeal of the destinations, we estimate that you should spend 2 to 3 days exploring by yourself. If you want to spend more time in some of the itinerary locations, you can easily add more programme days.

14-day Indochina Odyssey Full of Highlights

Where should one begin? Indochina encompasses the majority of Asia’s highlights. History, culture, nature, and cuisine are all abundant. This 14-day tour allows you to visit many famous monuments in Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam.

Cambodia tour

Best time to visit Cambodia

The most suitable time to visit places in Phnom Penh or the Angkor temple ruins in Siem Reap is in the dry season, from December to early April every year. In which, December and February are the time with the most beautiful weather, cool and not too hot.

If you can’t stand the heat or are not physically fit, you should avoid April and May, which are the hottest months in Cambodia when the temperature of the day is often at 40 degrees Celsius.

In particular, if you go during this time, be sure to bring a hat, umbrella and full sunscreen, prepare long clothes to have the most wonderful tour.

From May to October is the rainy season in Cambodia, especially in September and October. You should avoid going to Cambodia this season if you don’t want the trip to be rest days at hotels or shelter from the rain in ancient temples.

What to do


  1. Plan a day out in Kep
  2. Watch movie marathon at Ecran Movie House
  3. Explore the area around Bokor National Park


If you like the slow pace of life or explore small communities that love the creative arts and live a simple and free life, this is a destination not to be missed. Although there are not many magnificent architectures or historical sites, this is a plus point if you want to find a place where there are not many cars, the sound of offers to buy.


  1. Go to Otres market and Psar Leu market
  2. Lazy lounging on the beach.

Sihanoukville has many beaches for you to choose from, some of the famous beaches are Serendipity, Ochheuteal, Otres, Independence, Sokha, and Victory.

  1. Partying and partying – the specialty of Sihanoukville.

Phnom Penh

  1. Wander to the famous markets of Phnom Penh – Central market (Phsar Thmei) and Russian market (Phsar Tuol Tom Pong).
  2. Experience trying to be King of Cambodia.
  3. Learn about Cambodia’s past at Tuol Seng Prison and The Killing Fields

Siem Reap

  1. Experience traditional Khmer culture
  2. Go to “Western Street” in Siem Reap, called Old Market or Pub Street
  3. Take a full day to visit all the temples in Angkor

What to eat

Cambodia is a country with a typical and quintessential culinary culture of the East, influenced by Chinese and Indian styles. Khmer dishes are famous for their rich flavors, different ingredients, and equally fancy and unique.

Steamed Fish Amok

Amok is a famous traditional dish of Cambodia, and is a symbol when it comes to the culinary quintessence of the country.

Bai sach chrouk

Bai Sach Chrouk is a pork rice dish with a fairly simple recipe and method, but it attracts a lot of locals and foreign tourists to enjoy, especially in the morning. Visitors can see it everywhere in Cambodia, from alleys to large restaurants, almost everyone orders this dish for breakfast.

Khmer Red Curry

Khmer curry of Cambodian people is a specialty that everyone wants to enjoy. The sweet, fleshy, fatty taste and the attractiveness of the ingredients will make visitors fall in love once enjoying this dish. Khmer curry – a very special specialty that will always leave a deep impression in the hearts of tourists when enjoying it on the occasion of traveling to Cambodia.

Nom banh chok

It is a delicious specialty of Cambodia, containing the national spirit of the country of pagodas and towers. Coming to Cambodia, it is easy to see the Nom banh chok stalls that are smoking. If you have the opportunity to visit Cambodia, sit in the middle of the crowded street and try a bowl of vermicelli Nom banh chok, it is great to see the unique features of street food here.


Tuk tuk

Tuk tuk is one of the most popular means of transport in Cambodia. Whether they are tourists or local residents, they also use Tuk tuk vehicles to move around. This is a three-wheeled vehicle with a rear cabin that is quite famous in Asian countries. The car goes at a speed that is not too fast, easy to wriggle through crowded streets and alleys in the city.


Buses are not so common in Cambodia. Mainly only in cities like Siem Reap, Sihanoukville, etc. Because tuk tuk is still the more popular vehicle here.


Taxis in Cambodia are not as many as in Vietnam or Thailand. Usually taxis in Cambodia will not have a meter counter to check the price. This is a place where you can truly design your own adventure, from comfortable city tours to hiking, biking, and paddling through breathtaking backcountry and rural communities.


Cyclo is not only famous in Vietnam. When traveling to Cambodia on your own, you can easily meet a few cyclos. However, this type of vehicle is not too common here.

Rent motorbikes, bicycles

If you like to experience yourself and take a walk in the streets. And also passionate about adventure and exploring this country of Cambodia. You can find motorbike or bicycle rental at the hotels or motels you are staying at.

Laos Tour

Best time to visit Laos

The weather in Laos is divided into two distinct seasons:

  • Dry season: Usually takes place from mid-October and lasts until April next year. At this point, the temperature can reach 40 degrees.
  • Rainy season: Usually takes place from May to September.

The ideal time to travel to Laos is from November to April every year. The dry season in Laos is the best time to start the trip because at this time the weather is extremely warm and dry. cool, comfortable and comfortable.

The temperature usually starts to increase around March and heavy rain in May or June, is not suitable for traveling in this country.

What to do

Dubbed the forgotten country on the Southeast Asian tourist map, Laos tourism has become more popular in recent years. For those who are passionate about travel and love to explore, Laos is a treasure trove of natural wonders and unique architectural works. From North to South, visitors can pocket a lot of interesting and attractive places to visit as below:

Visit Kuang Si Waterfall

Visiting Kuang Si waterfall is one of the first experiences that many tourists want to do when coming to Laos. Located deep in the jungle in Luang Prabang, the clear water, flowing strongly through the rocks and magnificent natural scenery has attracted visitors to Kuang Si. Besides swimming and taking photos, visitors can also walk to explore the wild life or enjoy many unique specialties.

Watch the sunset and sunrise on the top of Phousi (Fuji)

One of the must-try experiences when coming to Laos is watching the sunrise or sunset on the top of Phousi. There are many people who say that if you have never crossed 300 steps to reach the top of Phousi, you have not been to Luang Prabang. Standing on the top of Phousi, taking in the whole view of the town, you will find it extremely wonderful.

Visiting the triumphal arch of the Lao people – Patuxay

Visiting Patuxay monument is one of the must-do activities in Vientiane (Laos). Built in 1960, the monument is a monument built to commemorate and pay tribute to those who have contributed to the country in many wars.

Visit the Garden of Buddhas (Xieng Khuan)

If you have the opportunity to visit Laos, do not forget to visit the park and garden of Buddha statues in Vientiane. There are more than 200 Buddha statues, with many different designs. The Buddha statues with many religious themes and meanings arranged in a large campus will surely make you excited.

Explore Si Phan Don (4000 islands)

If you want to explore the islands in Laos, Si Phan Don is the ideal stopover for you. Si Phan Don in Lao means 4000 islands, of which the most famous islands are Don Det, Don Khon and Don Khong.

Visiting That Luang

The best time to visit That Luong Pagoda is early morning or late afternoon because you can watch the sunrise or sunset on the peaceful river. As one of the most significant temples in Pakse, when visiting That Luong, you will have the opportunity to chat with monks, admire many valuable antique collections, and more.

Walking around the night market

Whether in Vientiane or Luang Prabang, you can easily find many night markets. This is also an interesting activity to help you practice your bargaining and bargaining skills. Many items are sold at these night markets, from clothes, shoes, bags, to food, souvenirs, etc.

Visit Wat Phou

One of the experiences you can explore is to visit Wat Phou – a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This temple was converted into a Buddhist monastery in the 13th century. Wat Phou is located at the foot of Mount Phu Kao, overlooking the delta towards the Mekong River.

Visiting Sisaket Temple

Located in the center of the capital Vientiane, this is the only ancient temple still intact after Siam was destroyed in 1828. According to statistics, the temple has more than 6,800 Buddha statues.

What to eat

If anyone has ever traveled in Laos, they will surely be moved by traditional Lao dishes. One of the reasons that has created the attraction is the combination of food with natural spices. in every dish. The processing is simple but still leaves the dish frugal with unique flavors. Here are the dishes that are boldly unique in the culinary culture of Laos.

Tam maak Hung

Considered a specialty of Laos, often referred to as vegetarian mannequin, is one of many dishes with bold flavors of traditional Lao cuisine.

Sai Oua Kuang

Like sausage dishes in other countries, are commonly referred to as “lap” in the United States. Lap has different versions in each region, with distinct flavours and aromas that vary from region to region or country to country.

Ping Gai

Savannakhet chicken is another name for it. This dish is very popular because it is sold at roadside stalls all over the country.

Laap Naam Tok

This salad, known as the national food of Laos, is a dish that many people enjoy because of its flavor and ingredients. The mannequin is well-liked when served with glutinous rice and a few raw vegetables to make the dish less monotonous.

Nam Khao

Also known as naem khao, is a Laotian crispy rice salad that is eaten with your fingers during a family meal or with friends after a night of drinking beer. Nam Khao is difficult to make, but it is readily available at street stalls and markets throughout Laos.


Laos is a developing country with incomplete or comfortable public transport and not many options. Besides the cars of mid-range Korean brands like Kia or Hyundai, the streets of Laos are filled with motorbikes, homemade cars and old passenger cars.

Tuk Tuk

Visitors can go to bus stations or travel agencies in Vientiane and Luang Prabang to rent a Tuk Tuk car for 200,000kip/car. And then, visitors can freely visit and experience the outskirts of Laos, about 30-40km from the city center.


Visitors can also catch a bus with a fare of 50,000kip/person. Buses of Laos are quite modern, the driver and assistant are also very friendly, so visitors will be completely assured when using this service.

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