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Record Numbers of Foreign Visitors to Vietnam: What Does It Mean?

Record Numbers of Foreign Visitors to Vietnam: What Does It Mean?

During January to May, Vietnam welcomed 7.3 million international arrivals, which is 8.8 percent up from 2018. That keeps the country on the track to reach its annual goal of receiving 18 million foreign visitors this year. This means Vietnam is no doubt to be more popular in the tourism industry, and it’s doing a very good job in serving the international travelers.


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Our 5 Most Inspiring Features from 2018

Our 5 Most Inspiring Features from 2018

The team at Incense Travel gets to travel to destinations in Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia every day, from Hanoi to Saigon, Siem Reap to Luang Prabang, and we love to share the most inspiring findings right here on our travel blog. At the turning point to a new year, we’re looking back at the features from our blog that had you talking (and sharing) in 2018.


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The Independence Day of Cambodia

The Independence Day of Cambodia

The November 9, 2018 marked 65 years anniversary of the independence day of the modern Cambodia, when it declared independence from France in 1953. Cambodian celebrated the ceremony at their Independence Monument in Phnom Penh. To mark this occasion, we share a brief history of this interesting destination ever since its declaration of independence.


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When is the best time to travel Cambodia?

When is the best time to travel Cambodia?

The best time to travel Cambodia is between November and April, when you can enjoy its dry season with much pleasant weather and bright sunshine. The dry season in Cambodia can be divided into two periods; the first is the least hot of the year, while the second, from mid-February to May, is the hottest time of the year. River travel on the Mekong is best between November and February, when the weather is cooler and the water levels are higher.


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Green Season in Vietnam and Cambodia

Green Season in Vietnam and Cambodia

A Vietnam and Cambodia holiday in the summer and fall is a refreshing respite into a lush world of rice terraces, serene bays and colorful festivals. There are some of the experiences you can access when you travel during green season to those beautiful countries in Southeast Asia, Incense Travel has listed out some travel experiences for your upcoming Vietnam and Cambodia tours.


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Luxury Cambodia Tours

Luxury Cambodia Tours

The Kingdom of Cambodia, once part of the French Indochina, is bordered by Vietnam to the east, Laos to the northeast, and the Gulf of Thailand to the southwest. Cambodia appears on the tourist map as a Khmer nation with an intriguing past and an emerging future, it offers the mystery of the Khmer civilization, the regal eras of its kings, and the interesting layers of French influences.


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Luxury Laos Tours

Luxury Laos Tours

Located in the heart of the Indochinese peninsula of mainland Southeast Asia, Laos borders Cambodia to the southwest, Vietnam to the east, Thailand to the west, China and Myanmar to the north and northwest. This landlocked country holds tight to its Buddhist tradition, Laotians live each day gracefully and peacefully with a pleasant and laid-back attitude.


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Mekong River and Our Water Journey in Laos

Mekong River and Our Water Journey in Laos

Mekong River is the longest river in Southeast Asia, which flows through Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam before draining into the East Sea in Southeast Vietnam. Both Vientiane and Phnom Penh, Laos and Cambodia’s capitals, stand on banks of the Mekong. Rising from the Tibet Autonomous Region of China, about three-fourths of Mekong’s drainage area lies within Laos, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam. A cruise on the Mekong truly reveals a vibrant world of Southeast Asia along its shores.


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Introducing the Angkor Wat

Introducing the Angkor Wat

The Angkor complex, Angkor Wat and other mysterious Angkor temples, is a must-see UNESCO World Heritage Site in Cambodia. This Cambodia’s prime tourist attraction stretches over 400km2 (155 square miles) including forested area, and it is a complex of elaborate Khmer temples, reservoirs, canals, dykes and an extensive system of waterways from the Khmer Empire. Explore the mysterious temples of Angkor with Incense Travel and a personal guide to get the most out of your visit.


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