Indochina Highlight

Travel Indochina to explore the most beautiful landscapes, meet the most friendly locals and try the most special food in each place where you land. Indochina is included Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia, and with a lot of the wonderful natural and cultural heritages sites in these three countries, your tour to Cambodia is sure very fun and worth.

Nowadays, it is also easy and convenient for the tourist to combine to travel Indochina, and to get a suitable trip, then you should start the trip in Vietnam, then forward to Cambodia, finally travel Laos because it is very convenient for you to take a bus, a short flight or even by hydrofoil from Ho Chi Minh City the most bustling city in Vietnam to enter to Cambodia, and from Cambodia you should catch a short flight to Laos. Depending on your long period permits to cover full highlights of Indochina, but normally at least you also need around 7-15 days to encompass all main highlights of Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos. And, travel to each country in Indochina, then you should miss to travel main sights such as with Vietnam you must see Hanoi the capital of Vietnam, then Halong Bay where was accepted as one of the natural heritages sites in the world by UNESCO, Hue and Hoi An these are the main two sites belong to the central of Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City or still called Saigon the most bustling and busy city of Vietnam, the Mekong River delta (if you have more time and prefer to meet the ethnic locals in the mountainous areas of Vietnam, then you must travel Sapa where is available the most mighty landscapes in the northern Vietnam).

From Ho Chi Minh City, you should catch a short flight to Cambodia (Siem Reap or Phnom Penh), if you have around 3 days, then you should catch a hydrofoil from Chau Doc to Phnom Penh to cover the main sites of Phnom Penh the capital of Cambodia, then catch a short flight (or the local bus) from Phnom Penh to go to Siem Reap where is available the great cultural structure of Angkor Wat Temple as well Angkor Temple Complex (please note that it takes around 8 hours by the local bus from Phnom Penh to Siem Reap, but it is just around 50 minutes by a flight for this way).

From Siem Reap, you should catch a short flight to Laos (Luang Prabang or Vientiane), if you have around 3-4 days, then you should visit both of Luang Prabang and Vientiane), if you have a short time, then please choose Luang Prabang because this place was accepted by UNESCO as one of the cultural heritages sites in the world, this destination is very special and different from any other site in the world, it is very peaceful and tranquil, travel Luang Prabang you will have a chance to meet the most honest and friendly locals as well as explore the special historical structures which were preserved very very carefully by the government as well as people at here.

Top 11 Must-Taste Burmese Dishes

Attention tasty food lovers! Now it’s your time to explore the must-taste Burmese dishes you should not forget to eat during your Myanmar visit. Either you are a Burmese or a tourist; you should have tasted these dishes to feel the real taste of people living Myanmar.

Once you enter into the Myanmar, you should start exploring the restaurants and street foods of the Myanmar but do not forget that you’re new to such dishes so we would suggest you to taste a little bite first and then order more. Also, take care of your stomach if you do not want to get sick during your holiday. But do not leave this chance to taste the fabulous food of Myanmar given below:


Lephet Top 11 Must-Taste Burmese Dishes

Start tasting the Burmese dishes with a light food, Tea Leaf Salad is one of the popular dishes of Burma which is usually served as a dessert. It is known in the name of Lephet which is a fermented tea leaf taste delicious and healthy food.

Shan Rice

Shan Rice Top 11 Must-Taste Burmese Dishes

Myanmar is a land of rice production where you will find quality nature of rice. Also, there are various dishes containing rice in which Shan-Style Rice is so common and most popular Burmese food. This dish is cooked with turmeric with flaked fish fresh water and garlic oil, Shan Rice tastes hot and spicy and a taste which is difficult to forget.


Burmese curry Top 11 Must-Taste Burmese Dishes

You must have eaten Curry in your country but have not taste Burmese curry every before. This time is to taste the delicious Burmese curry during your Myanmar visit. Non-vegetarian can taste the Burmese curry containing little oil on pork, shrimp, fish, lamb and beef which can be eaten with herbs and sauce.

Tea with Meal

Tea with Meal Top 11 Must-Taste Burmese Dishes

All tea lover, if you want to taste the unique and stunning tea then you must not lose the chance to taste the tea with variety of meals at the tea stalls in Myanmar. The natural taste of tea will refresh your mind and give a cure to your stressed body. Once you’ll have a cup of tea, then you will surely turn into the energizing and refreshing mood.

Sweet Dishes

Sweet Dishes Top 11 Must-Taste Burmese Dishes

If you’re done with spicy and tasty food, now it’s time to taste some sweet dishes of Myanmar which contain mouthwatering taste. In sweet Burmese dishes, Kauk Mote, (Red Beans and Coconut), Yoghurt with Palm Sugar, Gyalebi (Jalebi in India), Burmese Flan, Thagu-Pyin is among the top delicious dishes of Burma. Usually Burmese do not take sweets as a dish but they prefer to take with morning tea as a breakfast.

Burmese Tofu

Burmese Tofu Top 11 Must-Taste Burmese Dishes

Burmese Tofu is a Shane-based dish which is made from chickpea flour. It’s delicious food whose taste you cannot forget. The flour is a mixture of turmeric with little salt. It is served with the rice noodles and tastes delicious.

Nangyi Thoke

Nangyi Thoke Top 11 Must-Taste Burmese Dishes

Sounds mysterious but its common food in Myanmar, it is a dry noodle dish combining broth and salad. You’ll find the taste of turmeric, chili oil and it forms a shape of thick round rice noodles with chicken.


Mohinga Top 11 Must-Taste Burmese Dishes

Mohinga is termed a street food, which majorly eaten during morning time as breakfast. It is again a rice noodle which is served in herbal fishing and broth, you can find the taste of banana as it is supplemented. It’s spicy and tasty Burmese food you must have during your visit.

Khauk Swè Thoke

Khauk Swè Thoke Top 11 Must-Taste Burmese Dishes

Khauk swè is a noodle salad with shredded cabbage and carrots and dried shrimps and dressed with friend peanut oil, lime and fish sauce. It tastes great and gives you a tasty and spicy food. If you’re a noodle lover then it will really taste you good.


Samusa Top 11 Must-Taste Burmese Dishes

Samusa is an Indian inspired food which is well-known as Samosa in India. It is stuffed with mutton, onions, and served with fresh mint, onions, lime and green chili.

Thayet Chin Thoke

Thayet Chin Thoke Top 11 Must-Taste Burmese Dishes

Thayet Chin Thoke is one of the delicious Burmese salads, which is fermented green mango salad with green chili, onions, roasted peanuts, oil, and sesame. It is a tasty healthy food that keeps your body healthy and satisfies your hunger.

So what are you waiting for? If you’re planning to visit Myanmar (Burma) then you must-taste all these foods during your visit to relish the real taste of Burmese.

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