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Everything you Need to Know about Vietnam Areas

From the bustling streets of Ho Chi Minh City to the quaintness of Hoi An to the charms of Mui Ne, Vitenam is a land of contrasts, of rolling hills, steep mountains and idllic beaches. It's also a relatively newly born again after the ravages of the Vietnam War and the country's youthfulness becomes apparent after only a short while.

Enjoy the unique and delicate cuisine and the natural hospitality of the people along with the beauty of the landscape.


Hanoi

Vietnam's capital lies on the banks of the Red River, some 100 kilometres from its mouth. Previously known as Thang Long, it was renamed Hanoi in 1831 at a time when Hue was the capital. Read More...

 
Ho Chi Minh City Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)

Ho Chi Minh City is the business and financial hub of Vietnam, with a prominent history. The French embellished the city with broad boulevards and elegant architecture. Read More...

Ha Long Bay

Halong Bay is a beautiful natural wonder in northern Vietnam near the Chinese border. Designated a World Heritage Site since 1994, it is located about 170 km. east of Hanoi near Hai Phong.  Read More...

 
Hai Phong Hai Phong

Hai Phong is the main port of northern Vietnam and a commercial and industrial centre and is the third most populous metropolis in the country. It is a lovely city that retains a colonial look. Read More...

Nha Trang

Often called the Riviera of the South China Sea, Nha Trang has miles of white, sandy beaches with mountains at each end, framed by the dramatic backdrop of mountain ranges. Read More...

 
Hoi An

The city of Hoi An is one of the quietest in Vietnam. Cars are not allowed in the main streets and, unlike in the rest of the country, motorcycles do not blow their horns all the time. Read More...

Da Nang

Da Nang is the fourth largest city in Vietnam. The main reason for most travellers staying here is its proximity to the well-known China Beach, Lang Co Beach, Hoi An and My Son. Read More...

 
Da Lat Da Lat

The hill town of Dalat (aka 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’! Read More...

 

Hue Hue

Straddling the banks of the Perfume River, this historic city dates back to 1687. It was the capital of Vietnam during the Nguyen Dynasty at the beginning of the 19th Century.  Read More...

 
Phan Thiet - Mui Ne

About 200 km north of  Ho Chi Min City are Mui Ne and Phan Thiet. Together, these traditional fishing villages are fast becoming a popular leisure destination. Read More...

Phu Quoc Island

Phu Quoc is a stunningly beautiful island in the far south of Vietnam. Mountains dominate the northern part of the island while the southern part is better known for its beaches. Read More...

 
Vung Tau & Con Dao Island

Vung Tau has been the premier beach resort in southern Vietnam for most of the 20th Century, and was the first area of Vietnam to become a popular vacation destination for tourists. Read More...

Hoa Binh Hoa Binh

Hoa Binh is a lush, mountainous province located some 74 kilometres south-west of Hanoi. Enjoy trekking tours and see the colourful hill-tribe people who live here. Read More...

 
Mai Chau Mai Chau

In spring, Mai Chau is a lush, bright green while in autumn, just before the rice harvest, it turns golden. It is a recommended stop for those who wants to explore Vietnam. Read More...

Chau Doc Chau Doc

Chau Doc may be a little city, but what it lacks in size it makes up for in colours and is probably the only place where pastel colours are chosen to beautify store fronts. Read More...

 
Phu Yen Phu Yen

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. Read More...

Buon Ma Thuot 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 capital of Dak Lak Province and approximately 360 kms from Saigon. Read More...

 
Pleiku Pleiku

Pleiku is the capital of Gia Lai province, which is located in the central highland region of Vietnam. It is about 50 kilometres south of Kon Tum and 200 kilometres away from Qut Nhon. Read More...

Quang Binh Quang Binh

Quang Binh has everything from mountains to lowlands, forests and islands, as well as seas and rivers, making it a great place to visit, as there are many things to see here. Read More...

 
Quy Nhon Quy Nhon

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 town is bordered by stunning beaches. Read More...

Sapa Sapa

Sapa is a town in Lao Cai Province in Northwest Vietnam close to the Chinese border. It is located about 350km Northwest of Hanoi. Here is where one will find the Hoang Lien Son range of mountains, which includes Fan Si Pan—the country's highest peak. Read More...


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