Vietnam is famously known as a bewitching tourist destination which rarely fails to interest almost any tourist in its misty mountains of the North and its abundant rice fields of the South. For decades, Vietnam has been imaged with conical-hatted farmers working on green rice fields of Mekong Delta, majestic limestone caves and islets in Halong Bay, cyclo drive through busy streets of Hanoi’s Old Quarter, etc. Beside the timeless images, this peaceful country now evolves new developments of many upscale hotels, shopping malls, authentic restaurants, luxurious resorts, modern entertaining parks, etc. While Ho Chi Minh City is featured with bustling atmosphere, Mui Ne is refined with splendid beach resorts and Hue is promoted with the historic Imperial City, royal tombs, and pagodas along romantic Perfume River.
When it comes to Sapa, the natural scenes are cloaked in mist, but in clear days, travelers can enjoy stunning views over terraced paddy fields, lively markets, and stimulating walks to silvery waterfalls. Proceed to Da Nang for real “rest” at top of Marble Mountain and explore ruins of Champa civilization close to My Son. Vietnam destinations are additionally valued worldwide with many other inspirational names of Da Lat (City of Love or City of Eternal Spring), Phu Quoc Island, Con Dao, Hoi An, Nha Trang, and many more. Fell interested in some of these tourist sites? It’s your turn to witness their charm with eyes and hearts. Come to explore super-deluxe hotels and experience how special Vietnam tour packages in beaches, mountainous and islandish regions are!
No matter how many times you’ve run into Vietnam – in person, on magazines, on movies, or via hearsay – this is a single destination that keeps going beyond your expectation!
Marble Mountains in Da Nang Vietnam (called “Ngũ Hành Sơn” in Vietnamese which means “Five Element Mountains”) are a must-see attraction which stimulates the fullest discovery of all amazing highlights. While some visitors question what five mountains are, others are interested in astonishing caves. If you’re about to see this tourist attraction, get to know […]
Ha Giang Tourism offers fantastic sightseeing of the natural highlights, interesting ethnic culture, uniquely historical Hmong King Palace, etc., and especially Meo Vac Hill-tribe Market held every Sunday. Among the most iconic hill-tribe markets in Ha Giang Vietnam, Meo Vac always ranks top and can feast visitors’ eyes with the colorful traditional costumes of the Hmong […]
Hoang Su Phi fantastic terraced rice fields are the off-the-beaten-track and imposing destination in Ha Giang Vietnam. Especially during the harvest season (often falls in September and October), the natural fields are carpeted yellow on the extensive areas, which appeal to nature lovers and people who look for Viet Nam Photo Tours. Hoang Su Phi […]
The Palace of Hmong King Vuong Chinh Duc (called “Nhà Vua Mèo”) has been existed for nearly 100 years old and become the unique tourist attraction in Ha Giang Vietnam. History said that it took 9 years to finish building the site which charged 15 ten thousand Indochinese silver coins (equivalent to 150 billion Vietnamese […]
Banh Sua Island (or Dao Banh Sua in Vietnamese) belongs to “Golden Circle” of the wonderful Bai Tu Long Bay, which is famous for absolute peace, pristine beauty, and yummy fresh seafood. The island itself is also named “Tu Hai” – the delicious seafood Geo-Duck or the scientific name is Lutraria philippinarum which have been […]
Following 4C Highway from Ha Giang City to Dong Van District, make sure you have time for the charming Pho Bang Town. In the morning mist, the town appears as fairy as the one in the fables. The first time you visit this off-the-beaten-track destination, it feels like you’re discovering the fairyland which is beautiful, […]
The hill-tribe market is a special cultural trait in the mountainous northern regions of Vietnam, and Dong Van Sunday Market is amongst the most outstanding gatherings known by tourists. This market gathers once a week on Sunday. It opens opportunities for the locals to sell products. This is considered as the largest market in Dong […]
Cao Bang Vietnam is known for pristine waterfalls, traditional villages, ethnic minority groups, and historical attractions namely Pac Bo Cave and Relic of Heroic Martyr Kim Dong. If holding an interest in the relics related to Uncle Ho (President Ho Chi Minh) and other Vietnamese heroic martyrs, then Cao Bang is an ideal destination to visit. […]
Tam Giang Lagoon in Hue Vietnam is a beautiful attraction that is famed for complete peace, scenic scenery, and harmonious lifestyle. Though the coastal plain of Hue owns several lagoons, Tam Giang seems to be the most famous and fabulous that is worth visiting all seasons. Not only do visitor appreciate the fantastic nature, but […]
What to see in Ca Mau Vietnam is the frequent question that the off-the-beaten track travelers concern. Ca Mau in Vietnam is an appealing and important destination in the southernmost of Vietnam’s mainland, in the Mekong Delta region. Be famous for the home to crab in Vietnam, Ca Mau also attracts the travelers via the […]