Ho Chi Minh City is not only Vietnam's largest and most dynamic city but it is also a fantastic paradise for shopaholics. It is easy to find from casual items to famous fashion brand. Let’s go shopping to enjoy your holiday
70 km Northwest of Ho Chi Minh City, Cu Chi is a tunnel system with 250 km long and three levels deep. Today the remaining tunnels have become a major tourist attraction giving the visitor a unique experience of what underground life in the American war was like.
The Mekong Delta is the southernmost region of Vietnam. It is often referred to as the rice bowl of Vietnam as it produces three harvests per year. The fertile Mekong Delta is also famous for its tropical fruits and flowers. The Delta area marks the end of a 4,500km journey made by the Mekong River after having traveled through six countries. Traditional transportation in the Delta is by boat along a vast network of canals and channels.
Ho Chi Minh City or Saigon as it still known to many, is Vietnam's largest and most dynamic city. In 1862, the French declared the city, then known as Saigon, as the capital of colonial Cochin china.
Saigon, frequently referred to a fast-paced city full of contrasts as street vendors selling fruit and vegetables can be seen next to glitzy western-style bars and boutiques. Saigon’s history is only 300 years old. In 1859 the city was captured by the French and became the capital of Cochin china.
Dalat is the capital of Lam Dong province in Vietnam. The city is located 1,500 m (4,900 ft) above sea level on the Langbiang Plateau in the southern parts of the Central Highlands (in Vietnamese, Tây Nguyên). Da Lat’s specific sights are pine wood with twisting roads