A junk with sails on Halong BayA comprehensive list of travel destinations in Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar. Paradissa provides you with in-depth information and photos for the destinations which is aimed for your planning a holiday in these countries. Browsing our articles and get inspired! Do not hesitate to contact us for further information should you need any.

  • Hue was the capital city of Vietnam from 1802 - 1945, controversially considered the most beautiful city in Vietnam. There's no doubt that Hue is a city of harmony with the encircling green mountains, the meandering rivers, the Vietnamese traditional houses nestled in trees….Everything of Hue seems to be just in the right place and in perfect harmony.

  • Hue Photos article contains the featured pictures and travel photos of Hue tourist attractions including Hue City, Hue Imperial Citadel and the Royal Tombs of Hue Vietnam.

  • Hung Yen is located in the heart of the Red River Delta. The province is bordered to the north by Bac Ninh, to the east by Hai Duong, to the south by Thai Binh, to the south-west by Ha Nam and to the west by Hanoi.

  • Inle Lake is located in Shan State, Upper Myanmar. The lake is known for the floating gardens, ancient pagodas, handicraft villages, the cool climate and the boat leg-rowing skill by the local fishermen.  Inle Lake is better visited at the end of your trip to Myanmar.

  • Kampong Cham Province is located in the southeast of Cambodia, bordered to the east by Vietnam, to the north-east by Kratie Province, to the north-west by Kampong Thom Province, to the west by Kampong Chnang, and to the south by Prey Veng Province. Kampong Cham is the transport hub to the North-East of Cambodia and between Vietnam, Cambodia and Thailand.

  • Kampong Thom Province is the second largest province of Cambodia. Kampong Thom is bordered to the southwest by the Tonle Sap River, to the west by Siem Reap, to the north by Preah Vihear and to the east by the Mekong River.

  • Kampot Province is lying along the coast, in the south of Cambodia. The province is bordered to the north by Kampong Speu, to the east by Takeo and to the west by Koh Kong. Kampot used to be a prosperous town thanks to the trading port. In 1959 the port was moved to Sihanoukville and hence declined the commercial activities. Kampot is well-known for the durian, water melon and the best quality black pepper.

  • Kandal has its territory around but not including Phnom Penh. The province is bounded to the north by Kampong Chhnang and Kampong Cham Provinces, to the east by Prey Veng, to the south by Vietnam, to the west by Takeo and Kampong Speu provinces. The provincial capital is Ta Khmau, 11km south of Phnom Penh.

  • Khanh Hoa is a coastal province, located in the south of the Central Region of Vietnam. Khanh Hoa Province is bordered by Phu Yen Province to the north; by Ninh Thuan Province to the south; by Dak Lak and Lam Dong Provinces to the west and by the East Vietnam Sea to the east. The provincial capital of Khanh Hoa is Nha Trang City.

  • Khanh Hoa Province is located in the South Central Coast of Vietnam. The province is more known to tourists with the provincial capital - Nha Trang. But, Khanh Hoa has many other destinations that could offer great holiday experiences which are very little known by most travellers to Vietnam. The below images are samples for you to have more ideas of the landscapes of the province.

  • Kien Giang is located to the west of the Mekong Delta overlooking the Rach Gia Gulf. The province is bordered to the north by Cambodia (56.8km borderline), to the east by An Giang and Can Tho, to the south by Hau Giang, Bac Lieu and Ca Mau, and to the west by the Rach Gia Gulf. The provincial capital of Kien Giang is Rach Gia City.

  • Tucked away to the south-western region of Cambodia right on the Thai border, Koh Kong is by far not much visited by most travelers to Cambodia. This is about to change soon with the good road and good bridges from Phnom Penh running through the province all the way to the Thai border.

  • Kon Tum is located to the top north of the Central Highlands of Vietnam. The province is bordered to the north by Quang Nam Province, to the west by Laos and Cambodia; to the east by Quang Ngai Province and to the south and south west by Gia Lai Province.

  • Kratie Province is located to the east of Cambodia; bordered to the north by Stung Treng, to the east by Mondulkiri, to the south-east by Vietnam, to the south by Kampong Cham and the to west by Kampong Thom. The Mekong River travels its way through the middle of the province. Most of the population of Kratie inhabits along the river banks. It is mostly wild forests beyond the river basin.

  • Lai Chau is a mountainous province, located to the North-West of Vietnam. Lai Chau shares border with China to the north and north-west, with Lao Cai Province to the east, with Yen Bai to the south-east, with Son La to the south, with Dien Bien to the south, south-west and west.

  • Lam Dong Province is located to the south of the Central Highlands of Vietnam. The province is better known to the visitors for its capital – Da Lat which is located in the pristine plateau of Lang Biang.

  • Lang Son Province is located in the North-East of Vietnam, sharing the border with Cao Bang Province to the north, with China to the east, with Quang Ninh to the southeast, with Bac Giang to the south and with Thai Nguyen and Bac Kan Provinces to the west.

  • Lang Son Province is located to the North East of Vietnam, the provincial capital is Lang Son City, 160km from Hanoi. Lang Son is always on the travel itinerary of the adventure travelers who take the tour the North East of Vietnam. Apart from the tourist attractions in and around Lang Son City, the province offers wild mountains, fresh countryside and myriads former battlefields.

  • Lao Cai Province of Vietnam is located in the north-western region of the country. Lao Cai shares border with China to the north, with Ha Giang to the east, with Yen Bai to the southeast and south, and with Lai Chau to the west. The capital of the province is Lao Cai City, 300km north-west of Hanoi. The province possesses sublime untouched natural beauties, rich and colorful ethnic cultures, and has long been a popular tourist attraction for the Vietnamese tourists as well as for foreign visitors.

  • Lao Cai is a mountainous province, in the North West of Vietnam. Lao Cai is home to the Hoang Lien Mountain Range with the highest peak in Vietnam – Fansipan. At the base of the mountain range, there are stunning rice terraces and colorful ethnic groups. The base for exploring the beauties of Lao Cai is Sapa, a famed hill station over 1,500m above sea level..