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Top Destinations in Vietnam

The kaleidoscopic nation of Vietnam boasts a spectacular blend of old and new, modern and ancient. While sprinting headlong into the modern era, Vietnam has a steadfast grip on its past – a fascinating balancing act that often leaves first-time visitors in awe. Though sometimes overwhelming, Vietnam is a destination that rewards travellers ready to embrace its charms and eccentricities.

Top Destinations in Laos

Located in the heart of Southeast Asia, Laos is a landlocked country known for its calm and peaceful atmosphere. Unlike its bustling neighbors of China, Vietnam, Thailand and Cambodia, Laos is a welcome break from much of Southeast Asia’s chaos. The country is made up mountains, rivers and waterfalls along with a plethora of Buddhist temples, all of which add to the serene natural beauty of the country. 

Top Destinations in Cambodia

Cambodia is a country with a fascinating story to tell its visitors. Its valleys and hills were the unlikely foundation on which one of history’s greatest civilisations, the Khmer Empire, rose and fell. The relics of this glorious period are still a cultural centrepiece for the nation, and stand as a proud testimony to its past. 

Overview of Can Tho, Vietnam

Vietnam’s rice basket, the mekong delta is a watery landscape of green fields and sleepy villages, everywhere crisscrossed by the brown canals and rivulets fed by the mighty mekong river. 

Overview of Con Dao, Vietnam

In colonial times, the islands of Con Dao were much feared, as a notorious French prison was located on Con Son, the largest island of this remote southern archipelago. Many of Vietnam's most famous freedom fighters served time on this lonely, windswept island, which lies 185 km south east of the port city of Vung Tau. 

Overview of Da Nang, Vietnam

Danang is more appealing than Bali or phu ket and its beach has been voted as one of the world’s best by forbes magazine. the destination can be accessed easily by road or new air links via Danang international Airport.

Overview of Ha Noi, Vietnam

Hanoi  is the capital of vietnam with a millennium-long history. the architecture includes some of the most well-known vietnamese classic monuments, as well as decaying but relatively intact examples of french colonial buildings.

Overview of Halong Bay, Vietnam

Officially recognized as one of the Seven New World’s Natural Wonders in 2012, Halong Bay is a must see on anyone’s itinerary for Vietnam thanks to its turquoise  water and thousands of jagged, limestone islands.

Overview of Da Lat, Vietnam

The natural beauty also inspired vietnam's last emperor, Bao Dai, to build a summer home in Dalat in 1933. this original golf course has been redesigned and expanded to a plush 18-hole course, which consistently earns high ranks from international sporting magazines and draws golfers from all over Asia. 

Overview of Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam

Ho chi minh city (aka Saigon) is a sometimes dizzying mix of old and new, with uniquely Asian and international architectural styles. older tree-lined streets have a vaguely french atmosphere, while the multi-story buildings and office blocks show the city's modern side.  

Overview of Hoi An, Vietnam

Today, parts of hoi An look exactly as they did a century and a half ago, and it still preserves hundreds of houses built of precious wood in a very original style of architecture. the rafters and beams of these houses are carved with very subtle patterns and the homes date from the first part of the 19th century or earlier, giving visitors the feeling that they have been transported back in time.

Overview of Mekong, Vietnam

The Mekong River, which begins high in the mountains of Tibet, ends its journey in Vietnam's southern delta. Before flowing into the sea, the river branches into nine tributaries, known as Cuu Long or the "Nine Dragons" . These rivers are the south's life-blood, nourishing the delta's paddy fields and fruit orchards.

Overview of Ninh Binh, Vietnam

Ninh Binh is about 95km from Hanoi, or 2.5 hour South by car. The province is surrounded by Hoa Binh and Ha Nam to the North; Nam Dinh to the East and Thanh Hoa to the West and South. Here, the terrain is diverse with mountainous areas in the West and Northwest; and coastal parts in the East and South.

Overview of Hue, Vietnam

This peaceful central city has long been synonymous with royalty, culture and spiritual reflection. the former imperial capital is renowned for the magnificent architecture of its citadel, palaces, royal tombs, pagodas and temples, built under the nguyen dynasty on the banks of huong river.

Overview of Mai Chau, Vietnam

Coming to Mai Chau, travelers in Vietnam tourism will be warmly welcomed by the picturesque scenery of Mai Chau lying in a green valley of paddy fields dotted with rows of stilt houses.