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With more than 1000 years of civilization, from the beginning of Thang Long Citadel until now, Hanoi has always been the largest cultural center of the country with tangible and intangible cultural relics. Good land has produced a folk culture with many legends, folk songs, proverbs, heroes, celebrities praised by folklore and folk festivals with bold colors and history. Deep impact on people's spirit. What makes Hanoi special, is that the four sides gather with different cultures, making the culture here diverse and nowhere in Vietnam where there are many cultural villages like Hanoi. The villages along with Buddhist, folk and architectural architecture are scattered throughout the city, making visitors immensely interested in cultural values ​​that exist in a bustling city like Ha Cabinet.
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Hanoi
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With more than 1000 years of civilization, from the beginning of Thang Long Citadel until now, Hanoi has always been the largest cultural center of the country with tangible and intangible cultural relics. Good land has produced a folk culture with many legends, folk songs, proverbs, heroes, celebrities praised by folklore and folk festivals with bold colors and history. Deep impact on people's spirit. What makes Hanoi special, is that the four sides gather with different cultures, making the culture here diverse and nowhere in Vietnam where there are many cultural villages like Hanoi. The villages along with Buddhist, folk and architectural architecture are scattered throughout the city, making visitors immensely interested in cultural values ​​that exist in a bustling city like Ha Cabinet.
The beauty spots in Ninh Binh in particular and Vietnam in general are already "super products" of nature, through the post-Hollywood technique of becoming more sparkling, eye-catching and really attractive. Most recently, shortly after Kong: Skull Island was screened, the Vietnamese scene that appeared through every footage received endless praise from local and international newspapers. In Ninh Binh, there are 3 places: Trang An, Van Long lagoon and Tam Coc - Bich Dong were chosen as the context in the film. If Trang An shows up mysteriously and wildly with the interlaced limestone mountain system, Tam Coc is highlighted by the harmonious combination of stone and water. Besides, Van Long lagoon offers charming beauty. The surface of the lagoon is clear and clear, and the moss mats are visible at the bottom. The Mua Cave is located at the foot of Mua Mountain, in the population of Trang An ecological tourist area, in Khe Dau Ha village, Ninh Xuan commune, Hoa Lu district, Ninh Binh. Mua Cave is an extremely suitable place for nature lovers, exploring and wanting to find peace.
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The beauty spots in Ninh Binh in particular and Vietnam in general are already "super products" of nature, through the post-Hollywood technique of becoming more sparkling, eye-catching and really attractive. Most recently, shortly after Kong: Skull Island was screened, the Vietnamese scene that appeared through every footage received endless praise from local and international newspapers. In Ninh Binh, there are 3 places: Trang An, Van Long lagoon and Tam Coc - Bich Dong were chosen as the context in the film. If Trang An shows up mysteriously and wildly with the interlaced limestone mountain system, Tam Coc is highlighted by the harmonious combination of stone and water. Besides, Van Long lagoon offers charming beauty. The surface of the lagoon is clear and clear, and the moss mats are visible at the bottom. The Mua Cave is located at the foot of Mua Mountain, in the population of Trang An ecological tourist area, in Khe Dau Ha village, Ninh Xuan commune, Hoa Lu district, Ninh Binh. Mua Cave is an extremely suitable place for nature lovers, exploring and wanting to find peace.
Ha Long Bay in Quang Ninh Province, located in northeastern Vietnam, only 180 km east of Hanoi; Around is Bai Tu Long Bay, Lan Ha Bay, Cat Ba Island, Tuan Chau Island and Ha Long City. Despite its large area of ​​about 1533km2, Ha Long Bay owns about 1,600 limestone islands and small islands. The limestone towers, large and small islands with characteristic weathered caves located deep inside, large and small caves outside are fascinating mysteries waiting for visitors to explore. Some islands are completely empty. Located on the island are beautiful beaches, with blue emerald waters patting on the smooth white sand. The only way to explore the entire Ha Long Bay is to travel on the green islands yourself. On a wooden boat or cruise ship, visitors can enjoy the enchanting natural scenery from the balcony, terrace or front of the luxury yacht. Admire the sunrise and sunset, covering the bay with an impressive pink and orange color, and enjoying the fresh air that makes your mind feel absolutely relaxed.
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Halong Bay
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Ha Long Bay in Quang Ninh Province, located in northeastern Vietnam, only 180 km east of Hanoi; Around is Bai Tu Long Bay, Lan Ha Bay, Cat Ba Island, Tuan Chau Island and Ha Long City. Despite its large area of ​​about 1533km2, Ha Long Bay owns about 1,600 limestone islands and small islands. The limestone towers, large and small islands with characteristic weathered caves located deep inside, large and small caves outside are fascinating mysteries waiting for visitors to explore. Some islands are completely empty. Located on the island are beautiful beaches, with blue emerald waters patting on the smooth white sand. The only way to explore the entire Ha Long Bay is to travel on the green islands yourself. On a wooden boat or cruise ship, visitors can enjoy the enchanting natural scenery from the balcony, terrace or front of the luxury yacht. Admire the sunrise and sunset, covering the bay with an impressive pink and orange color, and enjoying the fresh air that makes your mind feel absolutely relaxed.
Ha Giang brings many interesting experiences. Ha Giang is not only beautiful by the majestic scenery, the winding and winding roads are endless and long, but it is also beautiful by the Flower and Love. Flowers bloom all year round with wonderful colors such as: Yellow Gold of Cabbage, Purple Heart of the Circuits, White of Plum Blossom, and another special flower is the dark gray "Stone Flower" of stone blocks on Dong Van Highlands.
Ha Giang
Ha Giang brings many interesting experiences. Ha Giang is not only beautiful by the majestic scenery, the winding and winding roads are endless and long, but it is also beautiful by the Flower and Love. Flowers bloom all year round with wonderful colors such as: Yellow Gold of Cabbage, Purple Heart of the Circuits, White of Plum Blossom, and another special flower is the dark gray "Stone Flower" of stone blocks on Dong Van Highlands.
Sa Pa is located on a site at 1500 to 1650 meters altitude on the slope of Lo Su Tong.The peak of this mountain can be seen in the southeast of Sa Pa, with an elevation of 2228 meters. From the town overlooking down the Ngi Dum Valley in the east and Muong Hoa Valley in the southwest. Located in the northwest of Vietnam, Sa Pa town at an altitude of 1,600 meters above sea level, 33 km from Lao Cai and 317 km from Hanoi. Beside the main road from Lao Cai city, to Sa Pa, there is another traffic, 4D highway connecting Binh Lu, Tam Duong, Lai Chau. Although most of the inhabitants of Sa Pa are ethnic minorities, the town mainly focuses on Kinh people living on agriculture and tourism services. Although located in the North of Vietnam, should have brought a tropical monsoon climate, but due to its high terrain and near the tropics Sa Pa has a subtropical humid climate, temperate air around year. In the summer, the weather in the town is one day as there are four seasons: the morning is the spring, the midday is the sun, the sunshine, the cool air, the afternoon clouds and dew drops The feeling is as cold as the sky and the night is the cold of winter. The annual average air temperature of Sa Pa is 15 ° C. In summer, the town does not suffer from the harsh sunshine like the coastal plains, about 13 ° C - 15 ° C at night and 20 ° C - 25 ° C during the day. Winter is often cloudy and cold, temperatures sometimes drop below 0 ° C and snow. The annual average rainfall ranges from 1,800 to 2,200 mm, most concentrated in the period from May to August. Sa Pa is one of the places where snow falls in Vietnam. This is the residence of the population of 6 ethnic groups Kinh, H'Mong, Dao Red, Tay, Giay, Xa Pho. All ethnic groups in Sa Pa have their own cultural festivals The busy market in Sa Pa on Saturday evening stretches to Sunday every week. Sapa market has special appeal for tourists from far. It is also known as Sa Pa love market because here young men and women from H'Mong ethnic group, Red Dao can use the sound of the horn, flute, lip, leaf or song to find or meet with your partner. Sa Pa has many beautiful natural scenery such as Silver Falls about 200 m high, Cloud Bridge is a historical relic of the people, Heaven Gate is the highest point that the road can go to watch Phan Xi Pang peak, Truc forest, Ta Phin cave, Sa Pa ancient rock reserve in Muong Hoa valley. Ham Rong is a place to grow a lot of flowers, colorful colors and are planted on a campus. There are also orchid garden with many rare flowers. Sa Pa has a peak of Xi Pang 3143m high on Hoang Lien Son Range. Sa Pa is the "kingdom" of flowers, such as peach blossom, yellow peach, yellow peach, plum plum, plum purple, plum blossom, plum blossom, plum blossom, peach blossom, chrysanthemum pink ... especially immortal flowers live forever with time ...
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Sa Pa
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Sa Pa is located on a site at 1500 to 1650 meters altitude on the slope of Lo Su Tong.The peak of this mountain can be seen in the southeast of Sa Pa, with an elevation of 2228 meters. From the town overlooking down the Ngi Dum Valley in the east and Muong Hoa Valley in the southwest. Located in the northwest of Vietnam, Sa Pa town at an altitude of 1,600 meters above sea level, 33 km from Lao Cai and 317 km from Hanoi. Beside the main road from Lao Cai city, to Sa Pa, there is another traffic, 4D highway connecting Binh Lu, Tam Duong, Lai Chau. Although most of the inhabitants of Sa Pa are ethnic minorities, the town mainly focuses on Kinh people living on agriculture and tourism services. Although located in the North of Vietnam, should have brought a tropical monsoon climate, but due to its high terrain and near the tropics Sa Pa has a subtropical humid climate, temperate air around year. In the summer, the weather in the town is one day as there are four seasons: the morning is the spring, the midday is the sun, the sunshine, the cool air, the afternoon clouds and dew drops The feeling is as cold as the sky and the night is the cold of winter. The annual average air temperature of Sa Pa is 15 ° C. In summer, the town does not suffer from the harsh sunshine like the coastal plains, about 13 ° C - 15 ° C at night and 20 ° C - 25 ° C during the day. Winter is often cloudy and cold, temperatures sometimes drop below 0 ° C and snow. The annual average rainfall ranges from 1,800 to 2,200 mm, most concentrated in the period from May to August. Sa Pa is one of the places where snow falls in Vietnam. This is the residence of the population of 6 ethnic groups Kinh, H'Mong, Dao Red, Tay, Giay, Xa Pho. All ethnic groups in Sa Pa have their own cultural festivals The busy market in Sa Pa on Saturday evening stretches to Sunday every week. Sapa market has special appeal for tourists from far. It is also known as Sa Pa love market because here young men and women from H'Mong ethnic group, Red Dao can use the sound of the horn, flute, lip, leaf or song to find or meet with your partner. Sa Pa has many beautiful natural scenery such as Silver Falls about 200 m high, Cloud Bridge is a historical relic of the people, Heaven Gate is the highest point that the road can go to watch Phan Xi Pang peak, Truc forest, Ta Phin cave, Sa Pa ancient rock reserve in Muong Hoa valley. Ham Rong is a place to grow a lot of flowers, colorful colors and are planted on a campus. There are also orchid garden with many rare flowers. Sa Pa has a peak of Xi Pang 3143m high on Hoang Lien Son Range. Sa Pa is the "kingdom" of flowers, such as peach blossom, yellow peach, yellow peach, plum plum, plum purple, plum blossom, plum blossom, plum blossom, peach blossom, chrysanthemum pink ... especially immortal flowers live forever with time ...
Set in an idyllic valley, hemmed in by hills, the Mai Chau area is a world away from Hanoi's hustle. The small town of Mai Chau itself is unappealing, but just outside the patchwork of rice fields rolls out, speckled by tiny Thai villages where visitors doss down for the night in traditional stilt houses and wake up to a rural soundtrack defined by gurgling irrigation streams and birdsong.
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Set in an idyllic valley, hemmed in by hills, the Mai Chau area is a world away from Hanoi's hustle. The small town of Mai Chau itself is unappealing, but just outside the patchwork of rice fields rolls out, speckled by tiny Thai villages where visitors doss down for the night in traditional stilt houses and wake up to a rural soundtrack defined by gurgling irrigation streams and birdsong.
Designated a Unesco World Heritage Site in 2003, the remarkable Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park contains the oldest karst mountains in Asia, formed approximately 400 million years ago. Riddled with hundreds of cave systems – many of extraordinary scale and length – and spectacular underground rivers, Phong Nha is a speleologists’ heaven on earth.
Bureaux du parc national de Phong Nha-Kẻ Bàng
Designated a Unesco World Heritage Site in 2003, the remarkable Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park contains the oldest karst mountains in Asia, formed approximately 400 million years ago. Riddled with hundreds of cave systems – many of extraordinary scale and length – and spectacular underground rivers, Phong Nha is a speleologists’ heaven on earth.
Nhat Le beach stretches by pure white sand, from off-shore, layers of waves as suds flowers reach nearly seashore and create overflowing sounds forever. Beach is clean as a new mattress, sand is shining in morning sunny, tourists can bike bicycle and play soccer comfortably. Nhat Le beach is favored wild style white sand and blue water sea. For a long time, Nhat Le beach is known for immense sky and sea, windy sky, blue water. The name Nhat Le coming from a legend that the Trinh Kingdom and the Nguyen Kingdom conflicted so the river was divided into two sides. Southern Immigrants often look to the North bank to remember their homeland. Their tears flowed down into rivers then flowed into the sea so the beach was called Nhat Le. When the dark comes, they can contemplate sea beauty, sparkling water mixes with silvered moon, remotely, the light of fishing boats become bright as “ night city” floating on the water surface. Here, you should make use of time to view wild beauty of Nhat Le beach, steep yourself into rolling waves or take the sun.
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Nhat Le beach stretches by pure white sand, from off-shore, layers of waves as suds flowers reach nearly seashore and create overflowing sounds forever. Beach is clean as a new mattress, sand is shining in morning sunny, tourists can bike bicycle and play soccer comfortably. Nhat Le beach is favored wild style white sand and blue water sea. For a long time, Nhat Le beach is known for immense sky and sea, windy sky, blue water. The name Nhat Le coming from a legend that the Trinh Kingdom and the Nguyen Kingdom conflicted so the river was divided into two sides. Southern Immigrants often look to the North bank to remember their homeland. Their tears flowed down into rivers then flowed into the sea so the beach was called Nhat Le. When the dark comes, they can contemplate sea beauty, sparkling water mixes with silvered moon, remotely, the light of fishing boats become bright as “ night city” floating on the water surface. Here, you should make use of time to view wild beauty of Nhat Le beach, steep yourself into rolling waves or take the sun.
The place of Hien Luong – Ben Hai has witnessed the pain of partitioning the two regions and historical events associated with the struggle for national liberation and reunification of our troops and people during the anti- Risk. After the signing of the Geneva Agreement (July 20, 1954), our country was temporarily divided into North and South, taking the 17th parallel (Ben Hai River) as the boundary, July 1956 conducted a general reunification of the country. But with the events caused by the destruction of hostile forces, it took us 21 years (1975), with soldiers’ bloodshed, the people have fallen to achieve independence and unification. country. The Hien Luong (Quang Tri) Bridge across the Ben Hai River has been the boundary separating the two parts of the country, which is currently the visitor attraction.
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The place of Hien Luong – Ben Hai has witnessed the pain of partitioning the two regions and historical events associated with the struggle for national liberation and reunification of our troops and people during the anti- Risk. After the signing of the Geneva Agreement (July 20, 1954), our country was temporarily divided into North and South, taking the 17th parallel (Ben Hai River) as the boundary, July 1956 conducted a general reunification of the country. But with the events caused by the destruction of hostile forces, it took us 21 years (1975), with soldiers’ bloodshed, the people have fallen to achieve independence and unification. country. The Hien Luong (Quang Tri) Bridge across the Ben Hai River has been the boundary separating the two parts of the country, which is currently the visitor attraction.
Pronounced ‘hway’, this deeply evocative capital of the Nguyen emperors still resonates with the glories of imperial Vietnam, even though many of its finest buildings were destroyed during the American War.
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Hue
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Pronounced ‘hway’, this deeply evocative capital of the Nguyen emperors still resonates with the glories of imperial Vietnam, even though many of its finest buildings were destroyed during the American War.
Da Nang marks the halfway point between the capital in the north, Hanoi, and Ho Chi Minh City in the south. It’s the fourth largest city in Vietnam. Apart from some shopping highlights and historical sights, the main reason for most travellers staying here is its proximity to the well-known My Khe Beach, Lang Co Beach, Hoi An and My Son. Lang Co Beach is lined with palm trees, the water of the nearby ocean crystal-clear and enticing, lapping onto white sand. It is a peninsula with a sparkling lagoon on one side, and the beach on the other. The area is fairly under-developed, although recent years have seen many new hotels opening. My Khe Beach is more developed, since it was a popular spot for American soldiers seeking R&R during the Vietnam-US War. Water sport activities here are in abundance, and it can get very crowded over weekends and holidays. Da Nang’s coastline stretches 30 kilometres, renowned for calm, cool waters and also popular for fishing, water-skiing, diving, and yachting. Read more at: http://www.vietnam-guide.com/da-nang/?cid=ch:OTH:001
Da Nang
Da Nang marks the halfway point between the capital in the north, Hanoi, and Ho Chi Minh City in the south. It’s the fourth largest city in Vietnam. Apart from some shopping highlights and historical sights, the main reason for most travellers staying here is its proximity to the well-known My Khe Beach, Lang Co Beach, Hoi An and My Son. Lang Co Beach is lined with palm trees, the water of the nearby ocean crystal-clear and enticing, lapping onto white sand. It is a peninsula with a sparkling lagoon on one side, and the beach on the other. The area is fairly under-developed, although recent years have seen many new hotels opening. My Khe Beach is more developed, since it was a popular spot for American soldiers seeking R&R during the Vietnam-US War. Water sport activities here are in abundance, and it can get very crowded over weekends and holidays. Da Nang’s coastline stretches 30 kilometres, renowned for calm, cool waters and also popular for fishing, water-skiing, diving, and yachting. Read more at: http://www.vietnam-guide.com/da-nang/?cid=ch:OTH:001
Hoi An Town is an exceptionally well-preserved example of a Southeast Asian trading port dating from the 15th to the 19th century. Its buildings and its street plan reflect the influences, both indigenous and foreign, that have combined to produce this unique heritage site. Hoi An has no airport, and no train station either. The only way to get there is by road. You can hire a taxi from the neighbouring city of Da Nang, which does have an airport with daily flights from Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City and other large Vietnamese cities. There’s also a train station in Da Nang, and bus services are plentiful. We have a wide selection of hotels for you to choose from in both Cua Dai Beach and Hoi An City, whatever suits your pocket and style. Read more at: http://www.vietnam-guide.com/hoi-an/?cid=ch:OTH:001
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Hoi An Ancient Town
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Hoi An Town is an exceptionally well-preserved example of a Southeast Asian trading port dating from the 15th to the 19th century. Its buildings and its street plan reflect the influences, both indigenous and foreign, that have combined to produce this unique heritage site. Hoi An has no airport, and no train station either. The only way to get there is by road. You can hire a taxi from the neighbouring city of Da Nang, which does have an airport with daily flights from Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City and other large Vietnamese cities. There’s also a train station in Da Nang, and bus services are plentiful. We have a wide selection of hotels for you to choose from in both Cua Dai Beach and Hoi An City, whatever suits your pocket and style. Read more at: http://www.vietnam-guide.com/hoi-an/?cid=ch:OTH:001
Cham islands are 15km from Cua Dai. There are seven islands altogether named according to their shape or characteristics. They are called Lao ( pear ), Dai ( long ), La ( leaf), Kho ( dry ),Tai ( ear ),Mo ( tomb ) and Nom ( East Wind ). They have good climate, cool the year round, trees and animals as well as marine life are plentiful here. On the island, there are precious bird nests while under the water, the coral is marvelous. There are also scenic spots around the island, such as Suoi Tinh ( Love stream), Suoi Ong ( Sir’s stream ), Hon Chong ( Piled up rocks ),Hang Ba ( The lady’s cave ). the island is also surrounded by very nice beaches with clean white sand and transparent, cool water.
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Chàm Islands
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Cham islands are 15km from Cua Dai. There are seven islands altogether named according to their shape or characteristics. They are called Lao ( pear ), Dai ( long ), La ( leaf), Kho ( dry ),Tai ( ear ),Mo ( tomb ) and Nom ( East Wind ). They have good climate, cool the year round, trees and animals as well as marine life are plentiful here. On the island, there are precious bird nests while under the water, the coral is marvelous. There are also scenic spots around the island, such as Suoi Tinh ( Love stream), Suoi Ong ( Sir’s stream ), Hon Chong ( Piled up rocks ),Hang Ba ( The lady’s cave ). the island is also surrounded by very nice beaches with clean white sand and transparent, cool water.
In Vietnam, there is one place that deserves to be visited by more people: Quy Nhon. Even though it is not considered as a tourist destination, this medium-sized town is bordered by stunning beaches and the countryside that surrounds it is also breathtaking. Quy Nhon is the capital of Binh Dinh Province and was acknowledged as a city as early as 1898. However, the town has been in existence since the 11th century, in the time of the Kingdom of Champa. In the 15th century, it also served as the ruling centre of Emperor Le Thanh Ton. Quy Nhon was also relevant during the Vietnam War. Not only was it a site for intense battle, but it also was an important US military and naval base. At present, Quy Nhon is a developing port city with a population of more than 260,000 people with plans to build infrastructure that would encourage more tourists to visit. Naturally, fishing is the main industry in Quy Nhon, making it a great source of exceptional seafood. This destination is highly recommended for all seafood lovers. Read more at: http://www.vietnam-guide.com/quy-nhon/?cid=ch:OTH:001
Binh Dinh Province
In Vietnam, there is one place that deserves to be visited by more people: Quy Nhon. Even though it is not considered as a tourist destination, this medium-sized town is bordered by stunning beaches and the countryside that surrounds it is also breathtaking. Quy Nhon is the capital of Binh Dinh Province and was acknowledged as a city as early as 1898. However, the town has been in existence since the 11th century, in the time of the Kingdom of Champa. In the 15th century, it also served as the ruling centre of Emperor Le Thanh Ton. Quy Nhon was also relevant during the Vietnam War. Not only was it a site for intense battle, but it also was an important US military and naval base. At present, Quy Nhon is a developing port city with a population of more than 260,000 people with plans to build infrastructure that would encourage more tourists to visit. Naturally, fishing is the main industry in Quy Nhon, making it a great source of exceptional seafood. This destination is highly recommended for all seafood lovers. Read more at: http://www.vietnam-guide.com/quy-nhon/?cid=ch:OTH:001
Phu Yen province encompasses a diverse landscape of mountains, rivers, lagoons and fertile plains with nearly 200 kilometres of shoreline along Vietnam's curving south-central coast. Lesser known than the beach resort town of Nha Trang, about 120 kilometres away to the south, Phu Yen is a place where visitors can still enjoy having a wide patch of golden sand to themselves. The capital city Tuy Hoa offers a good base for exploring the beaches, bays and offshore islands up and down the coast, with an ancient tower (Nhan Cham) to see and a large seated Buddha on a hilltop just north of the city. The nearby Vung Ro Bay features a deep-sea port and a forest reserve in its surrounding hills home to a number of rare and exotic plants and animals. Life here is laid back, with all the attractions of a seaside fishing village to enjoy -- fabulous fresh seafood and relaxing on the sands under the tropical sun, plus excursions inland to walk up the gently sloped mountains for gaining a bird's eye view of this peaceful province. Read more at: http://www.vietnam-guide.com/phu-yen/?cid=ch:OTH:001
Phú Yên Province
Phu Yen province encompasses a diverse landscape of mountains, rivers, lagoons and fertile plains with nearly 200 kilometres of shoreline along Vietnam's curving south-central coast. Lesser known than the beach resort town of Nha Trang, about 120 kilometres away to the south, Phu Yen is a place where visitors can still enjoy having a wide patch of golden sand to themselves. The capital city Tuy Hoa offers a good base for exploring the beaches, bays and offshore islands up and down the coast, with an ancient tower (Nhan Cham) to see and a large seated Buddha on a hilltop just north of the city. The nearby Vung Ro Bay features a deep-sea port and a forest reserve in its surrounding hills home to a number of rare and exotic plants and animals. Life here is laid back, with all the attractions of a seaside fishing village to enjoy -- fabulous fresh seafood and relaxing on the sands under the tropical sun, plus excursions inland to walk up the gently sloped mountains for gaining a bird's eye view of this peaceful province. Read more at: http://www.vietnam-guide.com/phu-yen/?cid=ch:OTH:001
According to historical records, Nha Trang was known as Kauthara under the Champa, as it is still home to the famous Po Nagar Tower built by the Champa. Until the French colonization, Nha Trang used to be no more than small fishing villages. The French recognized Nha Trang as a perfect place for bathing, so they invested in the transformation to turn Nha Trang into a resort town. Nha Trang has consistently maintained its position as one of the most beautiful bays of the world. The town is about 450km north of Saigon and 1200km south of Hanoi. With the 4-km- long main strip of beaches, Nha Trang Bay covers the area of 405km2 including 19 large and small islands. As viewed from high above, the bay looks like the aquamarine stone sparkling in the sunshine, bounded by miles of smoothly golden sands.
Nha Trang beach
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According to historical records, Nha Trang was known as Kauthara under the Champa, as it is still home to the famous Po Nagar Tower built by the Champa. Until the French colonization, Nha Trang used to be no more than small fishing villages. The French recognized Nha Trang as a perfect place for bathing, so they invested in the transformation to turn Nha Trang into a resort town. Nha Trang has consistently maintained its position as one of the most beautiful bays of the world. The town is about 450km north of Saigon and 1200km south of Hanoi. With the 4-km- long main strip of beaches, Nha Trang Bay covers the area of 405km2 including 19 large and small islands. As viewed from high above, the bay looks like the aquamarine stone sparkling in the sunshine, bounded by miles of smoothly golden sands.
Buon Ma Thuot may not be as well known as other places in Vietnam such as Hanoi, but it is worth seeing. It is the provincial capital of Dak Lak (or Dac Lac) Province and approximately 360 kilometres from Saigon, deep in the Central Highlands of the country. Despite being one of the biggest towns in the Central Highlands, Buon Ma Thuot is only visited by a few tourists because it is off the beaten track. However, this town can serve as a starting point for those who want to see the attractions in the area. Buon Ma Thuot is a small but busy place. With a population of about 300,000, it is home to ethnic minorities like the Jarai and Rhade peoples. The place is historically relevant because it was the site of the last major confrontation between the North Vietnamese and South Vietnamese armies back in March 1975. These days, however, Buon Ma Thuot is better known for its coffee. Read more at: http://www.vietnam-guide.com/buon-ma-thuot/?cid=ch:OTH:001
Buon Ma Thuot
Buon Ma Thuot may not be as well known as other places in Vietnam such as Hanoi, but it is worth seeing. It is the provincial capital of Dak Lak (or Dac Lac) Province and approximately 360 kilometres from Saigon, deep in the Central Highlands of the country. Despite being one of the biggest towns in the Central Highlands, Buon Ma Thuot is only visited by a few tourists because it is off the beaten track. However, this town can serve as a starting point for those who want to see the attractions in the area. Buon Ma Thuot is a small but busy place. With a population of about 300,000, it is home to ethnic minorities like the Jarai and Rhade peoples. The place is historically relevant because it was the site of the last major confrontation between the North Vietnamese and South Vietnamese armies back in March 1975. These days, however, Buon Ma Thuot is better known for its coffee. Read more at: http://www.vietnam-guide.com/buon-ma-thuot/?cid=ch:OTH:001
The hill town of Da Lat has long been the most popular location in the region for getaway holidays since French colonial times. Many people call it ‘Le Petit Paris’ and the town even features a mini-replica Eiffel Tower in its centre! Situated on a plateau 1,500 metres above sea level, this retreat town offers a good change of atmosphere with a refreshingly cool climate while other cities in Vietnam can be very hot and humid especially during summer. Trousers and jumpers are needed if visiting Dalat from November to around March as temperatures hover at about 10°C. Da Lat is famous for its wide variety of flowers, vegetables and fruit from its surrounding farmlands as well as countless nature sites; its beautiful landscape, evergreen forests and minority villages. The area’s main sources of income are from agriculture and the tourism industry but the city is also very proud of being an education centre that produces multi-field professionals each year including doctors and architects (Dalat University alone has more than 13,000 students). Therefore there’s a good chance that visitors will meet with young, enthusiastic and friendly Vietnamese from every corner of the country here. Read more at: http://www.vietnam-guide.com/dalat/?cid=ch:OTH:001
Than Tho Lake
The hill town of Da Lat has long been the most popular location in the region for getaway holidays since French colonial times. Many people call it ‘Le Petit Paris’ and the town even features a mini-replica Eiffel Tower in its centre! Situated on a plateau 1,500 metres above sea level, this retreat town offers a good change of atmosphere with a refreshingly cool climate while other cities in Vietnam can be very hot and humid especially during summer. Trousers and jumpers are needed if visiting Dalat from November to around March as temperatures hover at about 10°C. Da Lat is famous for its wide variety of flowers, vegetables and fruit from its surrounding farmlands as well as countless nature sites; its beautiful landscape, evergreen forests and minority villages. The area’s main sources of income are from agriculture and the tourism industry but the city is also very proud of being an education centre that produces multi-field professionals each year including doctors and architects (Dalat University alone has more than 13,000 students). Therefore there’s a good chance that visitors will meet with young, enthusiastic and friendly Vietnamese from every corner of the country here. Read more at: http://www.vietnam-guide.com/dalat/?cid=ch:OTH:001
Once upon a time, Mui Ne was an isolated stretch of shoreline where pioneering travellers camped on the sand. Times have changed and it's now a string of beach resorts, which have fused into one long coastal strip. These resorts are, for the most part, mercifully low-rise and set amid pretty gardens by the sea. The original fishing village is still here, but tourists outnumber locals these days. There are a handful of luxury hotels (and a smattering of cheap guesthouses) but Mui Ne is mainly a midrange resort.
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Mũi Né
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Once upon a time, Mui Ne was an isolated stretch of shoreline where pioneering travellers camped on the sand. Times have changed and it's now a string of beach resorts, which have fused into one long coastal strip. These resorts are, for the most part, mercifully low-rise and set amid pretty gardens by the sea. The original fishing village is still here, but tourists outnumber locals these days. There are a handful of luxury hotels (and a smattering of cheap guesthouses) but Mui Ne is mainly a midrange resort.
A popular weekend escape from HCMC, Vung Tau rocks at weekends when beach-starved locals and expats descend in numbers, but it is relatively quiet during the week. The city enjoys a spectacular location on a peninsula, with ocean on three sides; the light and sea air make it a refreshing break from sultry Saigon.
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Vũng Tàu
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A popular weekend escape from HCMC, Vung Tau rocks at weekends when beach-starved locals and expats descend in numbers, but it is relatively quiet during the week. The city enjoys a spectacular location on a peninsula, with ocean on three sides; the light and sea air make it a refreshing break from sultry Saigon.
Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) is Vietnam at its most dizzying: a high-octane city of commerce and culture that has driven the country forward with its pulsating energy. A chaotic whirl, the city breathes life and vitality into all who settle here, and visitors cannot help but be hauled along for the ride.
Ho Chi Minh City
Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) is Vietnam at its most dizzying: a high-octane city of commerce and culture that has driven the country forward with its pulsating energy. A chaotic whirl, the city breathes life and vitality into all who settle here, and visitors cannot help but be hauled along for the ride.
The ‘rice bowl’ of Vietnam, the delta is carpeted in a dizzying variety of greens. It's a water world that moves to the rhythms of the mighty Mekong, where boats, houses and markets float upon the innumerable rivers, canals and streams that criss-cross the landscape like arteries.
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Delta du Mékong
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The ‘rice bowl’ of Vietnam, the delta is carpeted in a dizzying variety of greens. It's a water world that moves to the rhythms of the mighty Mekong, where boats, houses and markets float upon the innumerable rivers, canals and streams that criss-cross the landscape like arteries.
Phu Quoc Island boasts idyllic beaches, romantic sunsets, evergreen forests, and a serene atmosphere, making it an ideal holiday destination for travellers looking to escape bustling city life. Located 45 kilometres west of Ha Tien in the far south of Vietnam, the northern part of the island is relatively untouched due to its status as a UNESCO-listed national park but there are plenty of luxurious resorts, funky bars, and quaint cafes along the southern coastline. Aside from beachside activities, visitors can also explore traditional villages, expansive nature parks and Buddhist pagodas, all of which are easily accessible via motorcycle, taxi, bus or even daytrips by reputable companies. Catering to just about any budget level and preference, Phu Quoc’s dining scene ranges from local markets selling fresh seafood and Vietnamese street food to expat-owned bistros offering authentic western and European fare. Read more at: http://www.vietnam-guide.com/phu-quoc-island/?cid=ch:OTH:001
Phú Quốc
Phu Quoc Island boasts idyllic beaches, romantic sunsets, evergreen forests, and a serene atmosphere, making it an ideal holiday destination for travellers looking to escape bustling city life. Located 45 kilometres west of Ha Tien in the far south of Vietnam, the northern part of the island is relatively untouched due to its status as a UNESCO-listed national park but there are plenty of luxurious resorts, funky bars, and quaint cafes along the southern coastline. Aside from beachside activities, visitors can also explore traditional villages, expansive nature parks and Buddhist pagodas, all of which are easily accessible via motorcycle, taxi, bus or even daytrips by reputable companies. Catering to just about any budget level and preference, Phu Quoc’s dining scene ranges from local markets selling fresh seafood and Vietnamese street food to expat-owned bistros offering authentic western and European fare. Read more at: http://www.vietnam-guide.com/phu-quoc-island/?cid=ch:OTH:001