Vietnam Travel Guide

Vietnam is regarded as a country of spectacular natural beauty, unique culture and friendly locals.

The Central Highlands of Vietnam are a distinct contrast from the tropical south, with an arid climate, rolling hills, and blue skies. The region sees few foreign visitors, and many of them go to revisit old battlefields or see the indigenous tribes.

Located in Quang Ninh province in the northeastern Vietnam, Halong is approximately 1,553kmkm in size with 2,000 islands and islets.


Since its establishment as Vietnam’s capital, Hanoi has been a city of contrasts, from hidden coffee shops waiting to be discovered to the emerging con-temporary art galleries
Ho Chi Minh City is a city of contrasts. Wander through timeless alleys to incense-infused temples before catching up with the present in designer malls beneath sleek skyscrapers
Da Nang is located on the east coast of Vietnam, a thriving seaport midway between capital of Hanoi in the North and Ho Chi Minh city, in the South.
Palaces and pagodas, tombs and temples, culture and history make up Hue, a UNESCO World Heritage site
The “rice bowl” of Vietnam, Mekong Delta is a landscape carpeted in a dizzying variety of greens and slashed with mighty waterways
Sapa is a frontier town in Lao Cai Province in north west Vietnam, about 380 km from Hanoi, close to the China border
Fringed with white-sand beaches and with large tracts still cloaked in dense, tropical jungle, Phu Quoc is a must-see beach escape for travelers and sun-seekers

Ba Be Lake is situated 230km from Hanoi and 80km to the Northwest of Bac Kan town. 

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