Vietnam, who’s culture is one of the oldest in Southeast Asia and is heavily influenced by the Chinese culture. Later, French colonial rule in Vietnam introduced the Western culture to the country. Family and clan are valued over individualism. Clan is the most important social unit in the country and each clan features a patriarch heading the clan and a clan altar. Vietnam is associated with a rich tradition of dance and music.
Laos, rich with cultural traditions, Laos is considered as one of the most pristine destinations in Southeast Asia. Home to the longest stretch of the Mekong River, the country is blessed with picturesque natural landscapes and uniquely preserved lifestyles of hundreds of ethnic tribes.
Cambodia has a lot to offer to tourists and travelers. From North to South and from East to West, many diverse landscapes and cultural sites are waiting for you. You can go hiking in a rain forest or a giant bamboo jungle. Or find yourself walking on a floating village on a lake the next day. Cambodia also provides places to relax such as the southern paradisiac beaches of white sand. But also chilled hidden spots along the Mekong River. Either ancestral or modern temples will take your breath away. The main attraction of Cambodia, the Temples of Angkor is heaven on earth.
Thailand has a big variety of cultures, traditions and natural resources, which makes it very attractive tourist destinations. The culture of Thailand incorporates a great deal of influence from China, Cambodia and India. Thailand’s national religion Theravada Buddhism is central to modern Thai characteristics and faith. More than a few different ethnic groups from Malaysia, Burma etc populate Thailand and have mediated change between their traditional local culture, national Thai and global cultural influences.
Singapore, It’s an ideal country for ideal humans they say but Singapore has a secret, it engulfs every race as its own. Religious and linguistic diversity are procured affectionately. To provide you safety and the best quality of life, government will ensure that you adopt unusual, weird rules in your lifestyle. To soak the eyes of Chinese with happiness, there’s the beautiful China Town with walls around the complex painted with beautiful mural paintings retelling the history in most intricate way possible. But if you find these subtle features of arts a little boring there’s Haw Par Villa (Tiger Balm Gardens), which shows the Chinese culture in the most attractive and bizarre way possible. A cultured tiger and leopard statue await your arrival.
Indonesia, It’s difficult to describe Indonesia in one word. This melting pot island nation is a magnificent conglomeration of cultures, identities and exotica. Indonesia tourism will take you to all parts of the country – islands, cities, towns and villages that are imbued with colour, brimming with stunning sights and scenes and the chance to enjoy life at a different pace. An Indonesia tour might give you the mere highlights about this beautiful country and it will need more than one visit to fully scratch that travel itch.