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!
Ho Chi Minh City (formerly named Saigon) is the busiest city in the southern Vietnam and also the hottest tourist destination in this country. The city is now on high development with various international commercial buildings and industrial zones. There are millions of vehicles and population density there. Within 19m above sea level, this tourist […]
Hoi An is among the oldest cities of Vietnam, which attracts a huge number of tourists for its exclusive Japanese and Chinese architectures. Meanwhile, its ancient streets are authentically dotted with numerous street vendors who are in their Vietnamese silk pajamas. The historic town is perhaps the best place for tourists in both domestic and foreign […]
My Son Sanctuary is situated in a narrow valley of Quang Nam Province, around 70km southeast of Da Nang City and 40km from Hoi An City. There are hundreds of Cham vestiges possessed by My Son, and the content of 71 monuments and 32 epitaphs are studied domestically and internationally. History of My Son Sanctuary […]
Hanoi is home of numerous pagodas scattered throughout that enrich humans’ spirituality effectively. Among these, Perfume Pagoda (also called Chua Huong or Huong Pagoda) is voted as the sacred destination for pilgrims from all walks of life. The Huong Pagoda and Its Annual Religious Festival The Perfume Pagoda is a huge complex of Buddhist temples […]
Ninh Binh is one of the most engaging provinces possessing many eminent tourist attractions in Vietnam. Particularly, the province has Cuc Phuong National Park, the oldest national park of Vietnam, featured with a variety of species including both flowers and animals. Totally different from the city life, the National Park is perfect for hiking with […]
Lied on the mountainous region of northwestern Vietnam, Bac Kan province ranks priority in list of must-go destination for a wide range of backpackers. Due to the relative remote geography, the province is featured with untouched nature of fountains, rivers, lakes, caves and forests. Among these features, Ba Be Lake is one of the most […]
Right in Hai Phong, the most favorably impressive site for tourists is regarded as Cat Ba Island. To facilitate the site’s exploration, many ferries from Hai Phong to Cat Ba Island have long been run several times per day. Besides, there are other means of transport such as hydrofoil boats, and high-speed Thong Nhat Boat. […]