Indochina Peninsula refers to the lands, historically located between strong influences from India and China since the old time, and after many historical events now indicates the three countries in the center of the South East Asia: Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia. The influence reflects from languages, habits, religions to arts and architecture, with more or less strength in each region. Not belonging to this Peninsula, Myanmar is adjacent to Laos and is the newest comer in the team, but offer a great and distinctive part. A lot of ancient monuments, old royal cities and old colonial quarters left as historical witnesses for overlapping time when every country hereby shifted itself from feudal rules to colonialism, than after fierce wars and conflicts, now are all successfully constructing their new economics with favorable conditions and quick improvement to tourism infrastructure. Thanks to the easy connection by border gates or short flights to each other, these countries now can combined in one trip for a deep exploration.