Hanoi is home to all the best of historic Vietnam. Let's discover traditional temples, monuments, and pockets of ancient culture along the narrow streets of the Old quarter. With a unique blend of oriental and western charm, the French colonial legacy is still evident illustrated by the distinctive yellow pastel colored villas and government buildings.
Duong Lam is a commune of Son Tay town, Hanoi and becomes the first ancient village in Vietnam with a history of about 1,200 years with many houses dating back up to 400 years. Today, Duong lam village still retains most of the basic characteristics of a village of Vietnam with port village, trees, courtyard, temples, well, water fields…
Ninh Binh is approximately 100 km from Hanoi. Being privileged by nature with distance from China and the natural protection provided by the region’s landscape, the province used to be the capital under the Dinh Dynasty and part of the Le Dynasty from the 11 century.
Bat Trang is a 500 year-old village, located on the left bank of the Red River, about 13 kilometers south east of Hanoi. The village is famous for its producing the best pottery in Vietnam and art produced here is shipped all over the world.
The Perfume Pagoda (Chua Huong) is about 70 Km south –west of Hanoi by road. The pagoda is a highlight of Hanoi area and should not be missed.
Located 250 km away from Hanoi and 70 km away from Bac Kan’s center, Ba Be National Parkbelongs to Ba Be district in Bac Kan province. This is a precious natural heritage of Vietnam, a complete and complicated system of primitive forest on stone mountains which are surrounded by tranquil lakes. The national park covers a total area of 23.240 ha which houses 417 types of plant and 299 types of animal. There are a plenty of precious and endangered species that inhabit in this region.
Mai Chau is located in Hoa Binh province, approximately 135 km from Hanoi and 60 km from Hoa Binh. It is the closest destination from Hanoi where we can meet ethnic minorities and admire the superb panorama surrounded by a green valley and stilt houses.
Vietnamese in general is well-known to the world for its healthy food. For gastronomers, trying street food is not only an excellent experience to enjoy the essence of the food but also an ideal mean to get closer to local life for a more understanding about the people and its culture.
Hanoi, Vietnam's capital city, is considered as one of Asia's most fascinating cities with a unique blend of oriental and western charm. The French colonial legacy is still evident in many parts of Vietnam, illustrated by the distinctive yellow pastel colored villas and government buildings.
Ha Long Bay is located in the northeastern part of Vietnam. In a not very large area, thousands of islands with different forms look like glittering emeralds attached to the blue scarf of a virgin. The area where many stone islands concentrate has spectacular scenes and world-famous caves is the center of Ha Long Bay Natural Heritage.