Vietnam Destinations

In spite of being a small country in Asia, Vietnam has 63 cities and provinces and each has an interesting destination for tourists to discover. Our country are famous for being rich in natural resources and always attracting many tourists all around the country with the charming scenery such as a vast expanse of water, high mountains or stunning beaches ..

If you like to visit high mountains, majestic waterfalls or mysterious caves, you can come to Northwest, Northeast or Central Highlands. In addition, travelling to the cities and provinces in South Central Coast or North Central Coast will be the most ideal for those being interested in beautiful beaches and fascinating islands. There is still a plenty of other charming destinations in South East, Red River Delta and Mekong River Delta still waiting for your footprints.

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Hanoi & Halong Bay

Hanoi is the capital of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, the center of culture, politics, economy and trade of the whole country. Located in the Red River Delta, in the center of North Vietnam. And Ha Long Bay (literally “Bay of Descending Dragon”) is a must see for any visitor to Vietnam. Proudly being recognized twice as a World Heritage Site, Halong features thousands of limestone islands dotting a spectacular landscape. >>>Detail

Mai Chau & Northwest of Vietnam 

Northwest Vietnam has a ruggedness and a primitive infrastructure which offers a real thrill for those who want to discover the unknown. Even Sapa, which has been brought to the fore in terms of tourism, is still a very beautiful place with hidden enclaves and a rich tapestry of peoples just outside the town itself. Planning a trip in these remote areas of Vietnam as a solo traveller might not be the wisest decision, primarily due to the need for special permits in the less well-discovered areas. >>>Detail

Sapa & Mid-Northern Vietnam 

The frontier area in the northern part of Vietnam, including provinces of Lao Cai, Ha Giang, Yen Bai Provinces..with the remote villages of ethnic minority people. This remote area is perfect choices for adventurous travelers, responsible travelers and photographers.

Situated on the magnificent Tonkinese Alps, Sapa is a superb mosaic painting of colorful ethnic culture and awe-inspiring nature. The old French colonial town now welcomes an influx of travellers thanks to its exclusive beauty. >>>Detail

Ba Be & Northeast of Vietnam 

Rich in culture and history, The North East area of Vietnam offers the most spectacular scenery. It is really an unforgettable experience to travel the North East, with very hospitable and friendly Montagnards, the Northeast of Vietnam is also the home of numerous ethnic minority tribes. They live in some of the most isolated places while subsisting through traditional means. Some of the tribes you may encounter on a visit to the Northeast are the Tay, Nung, Dzao, H'mong, and the San Chi tribes. >>>Detail

Red River Delta Region 

Red river delta is a region of beautiful rice fields and limestone cliffs, ancient temples, and skillful local craftspeople. The region is the cradle of Vietnamese civilization, and therefore Red River Delta has some of the most valuable historical heritage in Vietnam.

Eight provinces together with two municipalities, the capital Hanoi and the port Hai Phong form the delta. It has a population of almost 19 million. The Red River Delta is the cradle of the Vietnamese nation. Water puppetry originated in the rice paddies here. >>>Detail

Hue & North Central Coast of Vietnam 

The Central Coast is likened by the Vietnamese to the bamboo pole connecting the baskets of North and South. The Annamite Mountain, which stretch all the way to the coast between Hue and Danang, have traditionally divided the country in two in terms of weather and dialect, although the actual demarcation line during the Vietnam War was slightly higher up at the 17th parallel to the north of Hue. >>>Detail

Da Nang - Hoi An & South Central Coast of Vietnam 

From Danang, the lazy coastline stretches all the way down to Nha Trang. Dozens of beaches, many of them just a few meters from Highway I can be visited as you drive south. Facilities are mushrooming up to meet the demand of the numerous tour buses that now ply these routes. Seafood restaurants, guesthouses and other businesses are making this area easier to visit.

Hoi An-an ancient beauty of Vietnam, located on the banks of the poetic Thu Bon River, Hoi An ancient town is an Eastern oriental classic captivation. >>>Detail

Da Lat & Central Highland of Vietnam 

Travelling through Vietnam via the magnificent Central Highlands is a fabulous alternative to the much trodden coastal route. The Central Highlands boast beautiful natural features such as relatively untouched forests, waterfalls and spectacular scenery, which contrast with areas still bearing the savage scars of war. A large number of ethnic minority groups still live traditionally in the highlands, particularly around Kon Tum, Pleiku, Buon Ma Thuot and Da Lat. >>>Detail

Sai Gon & Southeast Region of Vietnam 

Southeast (Dong Nam Bo) contains those parts of lowland southern Vietnam which are north of the Mekong delta. This region includes one municipality ,Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon); and five provinces: Dong Nai,Binh Duong, Ba Ria-Vung Tau Province, Binh Phuoc and Tay Ninh. 

Ho Chi Minh City, formerly Saigon, is the largest city in Vietnam named after the late communist leader Ho Chi Minh, who led the nation against both France and the U.S.A. Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam has been historically a political and administrative centre of Vietnam. >>>Detail

Mekong Delta Region Travel Guide 

The heart of the Mekong Delta are Can Tho, Vinh Long and Sa Dec Provinces, from where it is possible to reach the remotest confines of the delta, South towards the mangroves and the South East Asia Sea, North towards Chau Doc, or West towards the island of Phu Quoc. The great ideas for activities in Mekong Delta is boating through the canal system and road biking. >>>Detail