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Wednesday, September 07, 2011

Highlights of Cambodia and Laos in a Single Tour by Buffalo Tours

Hanoi, Vietnam -- (SBWIRE) The journey takes you through Asia’s hottest destinations in Cambodia and Laos. Explore the most popular and exciting tour destinations of Cambodia and Laos in a single tour covering the very famous Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, Angkor Complex, Vientiane and more.

“Discover Cambodia and Laos in a single tour with Buffalo Tours. We include all of Laos and Cambodia’s attractions to make sure you experience the very of countries”.

From the awe inspiring temples of Angkor to the beautiful landscapes of Laos, the Cambodia Laos tour gives an extraordinary experience of history and culture and can be tailored to your preferred standard of accommodation.

No longer are Laos and Cambodia just for the daring traveler – The urbane range of hotels and tourist transportation means these can accommodate all styles of travel. This 8-day itinerary is easily accessible via day flights from Bangkok and is a mysterious way to explore the essence of Indochina, including historic Phnom Penh, the incredible temples and lesser-known sites around Angkor and Siem Reap, and charming, deeply-spiritual Luang Prabang.

Below is a brief itinerary that connects the tourists to the rich and cultural and the stunning natural beauty of Cambodia and Laos.

At Phnom Penh, enjoy the city tour to experience the culture and class of Phnom Penh. Also take a tour to visit the National Museum and Royal Palace built in 1866 by King Norodom.

Explore the mysterious royal city of Siem Reap and visit the intricately-carved and awe-inspiring Khmer ruins at Angkor Wat, one of the world’s most remarkable ruins. Enjoy the sunset over the jungle from the ruins of an ancient temple.

Continue exploring the unbelievable temples, including some that had nearly vanished into the jungle and still remain overgrown, a mysteriously haunting and striking scene. Fly to the amiable city of Luang Prabang. Nestled in an eye-catching setting among lush mountains, this sacred city of golden temples and saffron robed monks provides eternal opportunities for sightseeing. Visit local markets, explore culture and enjoy the most of your Cambodia and Laos holidays.

Along with Cambodia and Laos highlights, you can also enjoy short breaks, luxury tours, cruises and day tours to Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam and Thailand.

With Buffalo Tours you can book various Cambodia Laos tours and also customize tours as per your requirements. To book your tour and for all enquiries please e-mail at

Established in 1994, Buffalo Tours has been providing the best Cambodia and Laos tours that are customized to suit all your needs. They consistently push the boundaries by creating unique and authentic travel options and innovative itineraries and provide every facility that customers need to make their tour better. From the customization of Cambodia tours to personalized tours to hotels, flight bookings and more, they provide it all.

Along with the above mentioned Cambodia Laos tours, you can also choose from short breaks, cruises, day trips, luxury tours, and more to Thailand and Vietnam at / .

About Buffalo ToursBuffalo Tours was originally founded as a small adventure tour operator in 1994 and has grown to become an award winning inbound tour company, with licensed offices and operations in Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia and Laos. The company currently employs over 150 full time and 200 part time staff, hailing from Indochina and Vietnam, Australia, England, the USA, Nepal, France, Denmark, and Germany. For information please visit: /
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Thai PM to Visit Cambodia on September 15

Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra will pay an official visit to Cambodia on September 15 to introduce herself after the assumption of her post.

Thai Foreign Minister Surapong Tovichakchaikul said that he would also accompany the prime minister and seek an opportunity to meet with his counterpart Hor Namhong in order to discuss ways to improve bilateral ties, local media reported.

The foreign minister told the press that he was looking at a possibility for Yingluck to visit neighboring Laos right after her mission in Cambodia.

The PM's visit to Cambodia is part of her overseas tours to ASEAN members. Brunei will be the first country she will visit on September 10 and followed by Indonesia on September 12.

The foreign minister said that originally he and the premier planned to visit the ASEAN countries in alphabet order but schedules of counterparts in those nations did not make this possible.

Surapong stressed that major responsibilities of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs at present are to enhance relationship with neighboring nations, take less engagement in politics and bring Thailand back as an ASEAN frontline state.

Bilateral relations between Phnom Penh and Bangkok have been deteriorated since the enlisting of Preah Vihear as a world heritage site by Cambodia in 2008. Relations reached the bottom during the Democrat-led administration when the two countries witnessed fierce border fighting in February and April.
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