Best Beaches in Vietnam

Vung Tau is Ho Chi Minh City's closest beach resort, and can be reached by a picturesque hydrofoil ride down the Saigon River or by a rather circuitous highway route. The water is not terribly clean, but the town with its fishing fleet and outdoor restaurants is colorful and relaxing. Thousands flock there on Sunday afternoons to jump into the surf with most of their clothes on. Bai Truoc (Front Beach) is most popular.

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Bai Chay Beach - Halong City - Vietnam

Upon arriving in Ha Long city, the visitor will be driving along 'Bai Chay' or scorched beach. The sand on this stretch of beach is dark. And judging by the name the visitors may mistakenly think that this is due to the dry climate or lack of wind in this area. However, contrary to this interpretation, the area is quite pleasant during the summer and fall months and the temperature here is around 70 deg F. According to the locals, Bai Chay got its name long ago, based on another historical event. Bai Chay was once a forest. In 1287, the Mongols led by the great Truong Van Ho,(a Vietnamese name for this Mongolian general) attacked Vietnam and was driven back by general Tran Khanh Du. Many Mongolian ships were set afire and drifted to shore aided by high wind setting the forest on fire. Since then this stretch of beach became known as Bai Chay or scorched beach.

From Bai Chay, visitors can hire a boat and go out to the bay. It is here that visitors will be find some of Southeast Asias most fascinating sites. Visitors to the bay speak highly of its almost mystical qualities and the surrealistic scenery that defines this bay. The limestone formations are both bizarre and awesome. Over thousands of years the base of many of the formation have corroded to a point where many seem to be balancing on thin air. The shapes and the positioning of these formations often resemble people, animals etc., hence, most are given a name by the locals. Some of the more famous are: Hang Dau Go ( Wooden Stakes cave), Hang Bo Nau (Pelican cave), Hang Trinh Nu (the Virgin), Hang Sung Sot (Cave of Awe), Dong Hang Hanh, Dao Tuan Chau (Sentinel Chau Island), Qua Chuong (the bell), Con Voi (the elephant) etc.. Now, about one thousand formations have names. One can't possibly see all of Ha Long grandeur in one day or even a month since depending on the time of the year, the weather, or the condition of the bay the visitor may see only one small aspect of Ha Long's beauty.

 

Nha Trang Beach - Vietnam

Nha Trang is a place to relax by day and to party by night. Its long beach is visited by locals first thing in the morning, from 5 am to 8 am. Vietnamese do not appreciate tanned skins. Foreign visitors come to the beach quite later.

Throughout the public beach are restaurants and bars that offer umbrellas and beds for rent. Most of these bars offer drinks and food. Prices are quite low, and the quality of the food is surprisingly high. Local vendors will offer you everything else you need. From fresh fruits to massages. I found these sellers some times annoying, but at the same time I found the goods they sold useful.

Nha Trang has an airport with daily flights from Da Nang, Hanoi and Saigon. You can also come from Saigon by train or bus. If you are traveling from the North, you can get to Nha Trang from Da nang by train. It is also possible to get to/from Da Nang by bus. I cannot recommend the bus, unless you have plenty of time and a low budget. By the way, if you are planning a backpack travel to Vietnam, there is a bus service that offers an open ticket from Hanoi to Saigon (or vice versa) for a few US dollars. With the Open Bus, you can stop in several cities on the way to your destination, stay there as long as you want, and continue the trip. You will find more info about the Open Bus tickets in any travel agency in the center of Hanoi and/or Saigon.

The offer of accommodation in Nha Trang is very varied. You may have to book in advance if you come during the high season (summer), but if not, it may not be necessary. Most hotels are located along the city's main beach road, Tran Phu Boulevard. Unless you stay in a first class hotel, I recommend staying in hotels one street back from this road. Hotels in front of the road can be noisy. You will also find better deals and better services if you move inland.

If you do not have a hotel reservation, I recommend bringing a good and updated travel guide. If not, you will have to ask a taxi driver to look for a hotel. It is not that taxi drivers will rip you off, the problem is that you may waste a lot of time going from one hotel to the other till you find the one that satisfies you.

The culinary offer in Nha Trang is also very varied. One of the reasons I enjoyed my stay in Nha Trang was the quality of the food. This city is nation wide famous for its sea food specialties. Around the first class hotels you will find the best restaurants in town. In the tourist center of Nha Trang you will find some cheaper options. Some of the restaurants in this area serve western food (pizzas and burgers). For the real deal, ask a taxi driver to bring you to one of the local sea food restaurants. I went to a sea food restaurant North of the city, on the other side of the bridges, with an excellent offer of local sea food. Prices were not very high.

It is also possible to have sea food on the beach. While I was lying on a bed, this nice lady asked if we wanted to try the local lobsters. After a long negotiation we agreed on the price. She went to the local market, bought two lobsters and brought them alive. She cooked them on a small pan on the sand. Although tropical lobster is not as good as cold water lobster, this was a great lunch. If you buy sea food from a local, make sure it is alive.

Although I enjoyed my stay in Nha Trang, I think there are better options to spend a few days relaxing on the beach in the South of Vietnam. 150 miles (250 km) South of Nha Trang lies the town of Phan Thiet and the resort town of Muine. I consider these better places to relax. There is also the option of going to Phu Quoc, a paradisiacal island in the soth of Cambodia that belongs to Vietnam

If you want to do some tourism in Nha Trang, there are a couple of things you should not miss. One is the Long Son Pagoda. The other are the Cham towers.

In the picture you can see the Town Hall. It sits in front of the beach, in the tourist district of Nha Trang. In this area are the best hotels in town. Not far from here is one of the most popular discos in Nha Trang. Unfortunately it was closed when I was here. I cannot give you my opinion about it. If you ever go to Nha Trang and go to the disco, you can drop me a line, and I will add your comments here.

 

Mui Ne Beach - Phan Thiet - Vietnam

Binh Thuan is a coastal province, lying in the south of Vietnam, 200 km away from Ho Chi Minh City, with nearly 200 km of coastline which makes up beautiful beaches.

Phan Thiet is the capital of Binh Thuan province. This town is well-known for fishing industry and the popular Vietnamese fishsauce. Off Phan Thiet 24 km to the North East is Mui Ne, an ideal tourist site and a source of inspiration for artists and for relaxation.

The lonely beaches, still untouched by tourists made Mui Ne became popular. It boasts shady roads under coconut trees, a beautiful beach and cliffs battered by the waves of the sea. The typical scenery of Mui Ne lies in the moving lines of golden sand caused by the wind and when they are seen from afar they look like moving waves. The scenery looks more fascinating at dawn, when young Cham girls in green dresses go to work. That's why no photographer fails to visit this area.

This is an ideal place for rest and relaxation. Visitors can certainly enjoy swimming in the blue water of the sea, climbing the sand dunes or relaxing by a swimming pool. In fact this oasis enter-people of all ages, and furthermore, provides an endless inspiration to the artists' creation.

 

Lang Co Beach - Hue - Vietnam

Lang Co Beach is 20 km from Danang and 80 km south of Hue. Lang Co is the most easterly point of Vietnam and is a great place to watch the sunrise.

The beach is a long stretch of fine sand, with a gradual slope and shallow waters. The average sea temperature here is 25 degrees. From here it is easy to reach other great beaches on the Son Tra peninsula. Boats leave from here for Ngoc Island, where there are many aquatic activities on offer.

The Lang Co peninsula is renowned for its myths, history and spectacular landscapes; its where the Chan May and Hoi Cam rivers run into the sea.

Here tourists can enjoy diving, mountain climbing, and expeditions with local fishermen

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Lang Co is a small fishing village nestled by Hai Van Pass sixty kilometers south of Hue City and forty kilometers north of Da Nang City.

Covering Chuoi (Banana) plain, Ghenh Da (Rocky Bank), and Hai Van Highway, Lang Co Tourism Area is considered one of the four main national tourism destinations in the central region that attract many local and foreign tourists.

In an effort to get rid of the nickname “Forgotten Paradise” given to Lang Co, Thua Thien Hue People’s Committee has paid much effort in organizing the “Legendary Lang Co” Festival in 2005.

 

Con Dao Beach - Con Dao Island - Vietnam

Con Dao Island is a paradise for nature lovers and beauty seekers, as well as honeymooners. After an hour’s AN-38 flight, visitors will find themselves among wild sandy beaches, virgin forests and a vivid underwater world. The atmosphere is extremely peaceful and tranquil and visitors can roam through deserted roads hidden beneath the fresh shady vaults of old arjuns and enjoy outdoor dinners under the stars. The charming resort of Saigon - Con Dao with French-styled villas will surely make your stay enjoyable.

 

Cua Dai Beach - Hoi An - Vietnam

Hoi An is very beautiful town in Vietnam. Though Hoi An is small in size, its scenic beauty and tourist attractions attract thousands of tourists throughout the year. There are numerous exotic beaches in this small town. One of them is the famous Cua Dai Beach, Hoi An. The pristine beach is located in the about 5 kilometers away from the town of Hoi An. While visiting the place in Vietnam, you must not miss the chance to visit this amazing Cua Dai Beach.

Roaming around this pristine beach is in itself a charming experience. Walking through the white sand of the beach is awesome. The environment is very peaceful and relaxing. You can reach this pleasant beach only in few minutes by riding a bicycle. Except this natural beauty, the Cua Dai Beach in Hoi An also holds many resorts and hotels in its lap. Some of these resorts are Dong An Beach Hotel, Glory Hotel, Hoi An Trails Resort, Indochine Hotel Hoi An, Phu Thinh 2 Hotel, Swiss - Belhotel Golden Sand Resort and so on. All these resorts are located in the center of the Cua Dai Beach, Hoi An. You may stay in these hotels so that you can spend some peaceful time in the lap of the beach.

Along with the pleasant accommodation in the Cua Dai Beach, Hoi An, you will also get several restaurants and bars. The beach is well known for its seafood and various other food items. So what are you waiting for? Go ahead with your holiday planning and spend your weekend in the Cua Dai Beach, Hoi An.

 

Cua Lo Beach - Nghe An - Vietnam

For a day-long beach break, vacationers can travel about 40km away from Cua Lo to see the monument to Phan Boi Chau (a patriot and reformer, 1867-1940), hike up Dun Mountain, or take a riverboat ride along the Lam River. Sen Village where late President Ho Chi Minh grew up, is also only about 38km away.

Longer excursions include lowland trekking to Pu Mat in Con Cuong District, a village inhabited by the Dan Lai ethnic minority. Visitors can do a homestay with a Dan Lai family and hike to famous Khe Kem waterfall, or browse brocade made in Yen Thanh-Luc Da Village. On the way back to Cua Lo, tourists can take a dip in Giang Son hot springs, just off National Highway 7.

Another two-day tour explores the mountains, stopping at Quy Chau District, home to Bua and Tham Om caves and Xao Va waterfall. The Thai ethnic minority also live nearby, and will show their collection of rare antiques to interested passerby.

 

Do Son Beach - Hai Phong - Vietnam

Do Son Beach is situated in Do Son Town, 20km from the southwest of Haiphong City, about 120km from Hanoi.

Do Son Beach is one of the most famous beaches in Vietnam.

Do Son is a small peninsula located between the Lach Tray and Van Uc Rivers. Do Son beaches are shaded by thousands of sandalwood trees and surrounded by mountains and Pine Hills.

The sea resort town is composed of tree zones, each having bathing beaches, hills and forests. Around the hills are French-style constructions looking towards the sea. Since 1975, many large hotels and guest houses have been set up over the town and Do Son has become a weekend sea resort for Vietnamese and foreigners.

Immediately upon setting foot in Haiphong, the French turned Do Son into a summer resort for their expatriate community and the Vietnamese upper class.
Today, Do Son is alive with tourists from all over the world. They mainly come here to spend time on the beach, relax, and hike.

 

Phu Quoc Beach - Phu Quoc Island - Kien Giang - Vietnam

To get to the island you have two options, planes and ferries. From Ho Chi Minh (Saigon) by plane to Duong Dong the flight takes less than an hour. You can also fly from Rach Gia (South of the Mekong Delta).

You can go from Rach Gia to An Thoi (South of Phu Quoc Island) by ferry. Even though there is a fast ferry, I can only recommend going to the island by plane, because most of the times the sea is not very calm.

No matter which transportation you choose to get to the island, reserve ahead.

Cruise ships also visit the island. I think it is on Saturdays that ships dock in Duong Dong.

If your hotel does not have a pick up service, you will have to take a taxi from the airport

Although there are also some good hotels North of Duong Dong, the best hotels are on Long Beach. Currently there are two luxury resorts on Long Beach. New ones are under construction.

If you are on a tight budget, there is also some accommodation for you on Long Beach.

Most of the resorts have bungalows on the beach. And they are not as expensive as you may think!

Although tourism is developing fast, this is still a fishing island. Every day you see fishermen going to the sea first thing in the morning. In the afternoon, they come back. Most of the times with their nets full.

If you click on the picture you will see a beautiful panorama shot in front of one of the best resorts on the island of Phu Quoc.

Phu Quoc Island is also known as the Emerald Island because of its tourism potential. In the last 25 years the population has increased more than ten times. In 1975 no more than 5,000 people inhabited the island. Currently, more than 70,000 people live here. Forecasts say that tourism will still draw more people to the island.

Phu Quoc Island is the largest island in Vietnam. The island is part of the Kien Giang Province. Khmer and Thai still claim the sovereignty of the island. But the major threat for the island is tourism. I am sure that the unique beauty of its landscapes and its weather, will draw thousands of visitors in the future.

Although some of the development plans the Vietnamese government had for the island have been pulled back, the tourist industry has set its eyes on the island. It is only a question of time before big resorts are built.

 

Quan Lan Beach - Quan Lan Island - Vietnam

This beach lies at Quan Lan Island in Bai Tu Long Bay, between Minh Chau and Quan Lan communes of Van Don District, 55 km away from HaLong City. Its pristine beauty features unspoiled environment. The deep blue beach has strong waves and white sand, which spans over several kilometers. Tens of meters away from the beach stand the very green wild pines, which further add to its original charm.

The Viet My Company is investing in a system of guesthouses taking the shape of stilted houses, which hide themselves under the lush foliage of casuarinas. A brick-paved road leads tourists from the artery to Quan Lan Beach. Its pristine beauty and pure environment have made it a mecca for tourists.

 

Quy Nhon Beach - Binh Dinh – Vietnam

Qui Nhon is the little visited provincial capital of Binh Dinh province. Although it was recognised as a city as late as 1898, its history reaches back to the days of the Kingdom of Champa. In the 11th century, the Cham people migrated southwards and moved their capital city to a location about 30km north of present-day Qui Nhon and named it Vijaya. It survived until 1471, when the citadel was sacked by the Vietnamese.

The nearby city of An Nhon (formerly Binh Dinh) was an old Annamese capital.

On both the railroad and coastal highway, it became an important naval and military base during the Vietnam War. The small fishing port was dredged and expanded by the United States military in 1965. Its strategic role led to heavy fighting in the surrounding area.

Today, Qui Nhon is an expanding port city with a population of about a quarter of a million. until recently, it has been isolated from the main tourism routes roughly half-way between Danang and Nha Trang. However, air links to Danang and Ho Chi Minh City has made it more accessible, and a recently-built international hotel offers the possibility of a relaxing break well away from the more travelled path.

The ancient Cham Pa legacy

Little remains of Vijaya. It became the capital of the short-lived Tay Son Kingdom in the 18th century and abandoned thereafter. Now only a few walls and a single tower remain standing.

There are fourteen Cham towers and monuments in varying stages of decay around Binh Dinh province, but the most convenient are a mere two kilometres from Qui Nhon city centre. The Thap Doi Cham Towers are surrounded by buildings, which diminished their impact somewhat, but they are good examples of Cham craftsmanship.

Further away, there are two notable sites. The four remaining towers of the Banh It group are on a hill just outside Binh Dinh town, about 25km inland from Qui Nhon. The 22m-high main tower has been restored, with plenty of replacement brickwork in evidence. The neighboring tower has also been tidied up, but has been left in a rougher state. Several fine bas-reliefs of dancers from Banh It are displayed in the Cham Museum in Danang.

Around 50km from Qui Nhon, the three Thap Nga (Ivory) Cham Towers are regarded as one of the best Cham tower complexes in Vietnam. The central building is 24m high, and embellished with granite ornamentation representing Naga and Elephants. The others are both 22m high.

The Quang Trung Museum

Nguyen Hue, a national hero of the 18th century, was one of three brothers who led the Tay Son Insurrection. In 1788, he led a peasant army northwards from Phu Xuan (Hue) to Thang Long (Hanoi) where they defeated the occupying Chinese forces and liberated the royal capital. Nguyen Hue declared himself Emperor Quang Trung, but his dynasty lasted only fourteen years before his forces were crushed by the Nguyen Lords.

Despite the brevity of his reign, he is regarded with great affection in Vietnam, hence the museum created in his memory. It’s located in Kien My village in Tay Son District, 45km from Qui Nhon,

The Long Khanh Pagoda
Quin Nhon City is short of attractions, but the Long Khanh pagoda is worth a visit. The 17m high Buddha is impressive, as is the ‘thousand-eyed and thousand handed’ Goddess of Mercy.

The Leper Hospital
Normally, this wouldn’t feature as a place to visit. However, this one is different. Instead of the usual depressing institution, Qui Nhon’s Leper Hospital is a model of good practice. Patients live with their family in comfortable chalets in well maintained gardens, and work on handicrafts. Visitors are always welcomed, and most find it an uplifting experience.

The Beach!
Qui Nhon’s beach is quite small, but OK. However, Qui Hoa beach is about eight kilometers away and much better. By coincidence, you get there through the grounds of the Leper Hospital.

 

Sam Son Beach - Thanh Hoa - Vietnam

At the turn of the 20th century, people discovered the priceless geographical treasure of Sam Son. The cool wind, healthy sun, fine sand and clear water all made this a sought out place for rest and relaxation. In 1907, the French colonial government started to develop Sam Son into a holiday resort for French civil servants and officials based in Thanh Hoa and northern Vietnam. The area has a long history steeped in legend and mysticism.

In 208 BC, Vietnamese King An Duong Vuong was tricked by his Chinese son-in-law Trong Thuy. Trong Thuy had stolen the magic trigger of the King's cross bow. The Golden Tortoise had given the trigger to the King as a gift. The trigger gave the cross bow extraordinary powers. It was able to kill hundreds of people in a single shot. Trong Thuy gave the trigger to his father Trieu Da. Trieu Da led his Chinese army to invade Vietnam. As his cross bow had lost its magic powers, King An Duong Vuong could not win the battle. The King retreated with his daughter My Chau to the south.

Local legend says that when King An Duong Vuong reached the location which is now Binh Hoa village Quang Duong district, about 4 km from Sam Son beach, he found himself completely cornered. In front of him was the sea and behind him was the enemy. In despair, he prayed to the Golden Tortoise to help him. The Genie appeared and took the King to the Underwater Palace.

The legend coincides with the geographical development of the area. About 2000 years ago, Binh Hoa village bordered on the vast sea. At the moment there is still the temple dedicated to King An Duong Vuong and Princess My Chau. No one has ever seen the Golden Tortoise, but the land bears its shape very clearly. Its hind legs are the two stretches of land pushing against the Truong Le Mountain. Its head is another land stretch reaching as far as the Lach Hoi estuary. The Golden Tortoise is also called the Green Envoy. Probably that is why this area is always green with trees. Some distance from the shore is the Truong Le Mountain. It shields the boats and beach from strong hurricanes. The entire area is known as Sam Son.

In the early days, Sam Son was only a collection of sun-baked sand dunes rising above long pools of blue water. The name Sam Son did not appear in written documents or verbal language until the beginning of the 20th century. At the foot of the mountains, north of the Truong Le range, there is Sam village. It is popularly referred to as Nua village. This is the oldest village in the area.

 

Vung Tau Beach - Vietnam

If anywhere in Vietnam could be described as the "Vietnamese Riviera," it would surely be Vung Tau.

Vung Tau is Ho Chi Minh City's closest beach resort, and can be reached by a picturesque hydrofoil ride down the Saigon River or by a rather circuitous highway route. The water is not terribly clean, but the town with its fishing fleet and outdoor restaurants is colorful and relaxing. Thousands flock there on Sunday afternoons to jump into the surf with most of their clothes on. Bai Truoc (Front Beach) is most popular.

Those suffering from burn out during an extended stay in Ho Chi Minh City will enjoy Vung Tau during the week, when it is relaxed. Be sure to visit the White Villa, the restored Governor’s residence. A hike at sunset to the giant statue of Jesus atop Nui Noh will reward you with a fabulous view.

If you can organize enough people for a hired car or even a mini-bus, head instead for Thuy Dong, a private beach a few kilometers north of Vung Tau. The water is clean, and the owners provide chairs, tables and umbrellas. Pack a picnic for the two hour drive from HCMC, but save room for cold beer and piles of steamed crabs you can order beachside.

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Perilous trails, hairpin turns, steep cliffs, and an unspoiled landscape- the things that make Ha Giang a must destination for nature lovers.

Cultural Diversity in Hoi An

Hoi An has many beautiful things to talk about and today we are discussing its cultural diversity. Located only 30 km from Danang city to the south and 40 km from My Son Holy Land to the east, Hoi An is regarded as one of the most attractive cities in Vietnam. Particularly, the Old Town of Hoi An was recognized to be a Word Heritage Site by UNESCO

Enjoyable Time in Cuc Phuong National Park

Established on 07th July 1962 under Decision No.72-TTg by Prime Minister, Cuc Phuong National Park is in territory of 3 provinces including Ninh Binh, Hoa Binh and Thanh Hoa with total area of 22,200 hectares. Due to landscape value, diverse ecosystem, cultural and historical value, Cuc Phuong has been popular eco-tourism destination for many years.

VN Museum Presents Rich Asian Cultures

An exhibition entitled “A Glance at Asia” at the Viet Nam Museum of Ethnology is showcasing rich cultures in Asia through original items.

Bac Lieu Hosts National Cai Luong Competition

The national cai luong (reformed opera) competition opens in Bac Lieu city on November 6.

Co Thach Beach, A Pristine Beauty

Co Thach Beach in Tuy Phong District's Binh Thanh Commune is a must-see destination in the central province of Binh Thuan as it has a pristine beauty, yellow sands and colourful stones.

Discover A Different Quang Nam to the West

The central province of Quang Nam is often known for its sunny Cua Dai beach, tranquil Hoi An Ancient Town and the mysterious My Son sanctuary. However, by travelling westwards, there is also a different Quang Nam where tourists can discover the nature and culture of the Co Tu ethnic minority group.

French Photographer Sells Viet Nam-theme Photo for 10,000 euros

A photo titled Best Friends by popular French photographer Rehahn was sold at a record price of 10,000 euros to a private collector at an exhibition in Brittany (France) in late October.

T’way Air to Launch Incheon - Ho Chi Minh City Flight

The Korean low-cost carrier T’way Air will conduct the first flight between Incheon and HCM Ctiy on December 24, said ‘The Korea Times’ on November 6.

Characteristics of Thai Ethnic Group in Vietnam

Thai people came from the Southern China. They have the same origin with ethnic minorities such as Choang, Tay, Nung. Under the pressure of Chinese and Vietnamese in the east and north, they migrated to the South and Southwest. The Thai people entered Vietnam from the 7th to 13th century.

Sad Love Story of Male Cave and Virgin Cave

As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ha Long Bay is well-known for both fantastic islets with sparkling stalactites inside the caves and mysterious legends associated with each attraction.

Kiem Soup, Specific Vegetarian Dish in South Region

In South region, the Buddhists are in the habit of having a vegetarian meal in pagoda on full moon days or death anniversary. The dishes are prepared and arranged beforehand on the table by the monks with an indispensable dish of Kiem soup. So, what is history of the dish?

Pi Le Pipe, Unique Musical Instrument of Tay Ethnic Group

Tay ethnic group in Lao Cai owns rich and diverse traditional culture expressing through folk songs, dances, festivals and spiritual customs…of which there is a unique instrument namely Pi Le pipe.

Vietnamese Lip Lute Gets An Ambassador

VietNamNet Bridge – Dang Van Khai Nguyen is trying to introduce the Vietnamese lip lute to the world – starting with the kids in his neighbourhood. Mai Nga and Trung Hieu report.

Ritual Craft Becomes Folklore Art

The love of one man for the craftsmanship of a traditional village located in the outskirts of Hue has yielded strong attention from tourists visiting the country’s former imperial capital city, who regard the ritual craft as art.

Dressed to Impress

Traditional Vietnamese clothing used to reflect the wearer’s status within society and certain rules applied when it came to what to wear.

Experts Offer Suggestions to Remove Scripts on Halong Bay Caves

VietNamNet Bridge – Using paint remover, paint or specialized grinders to remove scripts written on the rock and cliffs in caves in Ha Long Bay, a world natural heritage site, has been proposed by experts.

Stir-fried Noodles with Sliced Pork (Mì Xào Thịt Heo Lát)

Stir-fried Noodles with Sliced Pork (Mì Xào Thịt Heo Lát) is again, one of my experiments and it is considered one of Best Vietnamese Food. Setting up this blog has resulted in me having to experiment with new recipes so that I can keep up with my postings.

Top Places for Snorkeling in Vietnam

If not interested in diving, you could admire the underwater life with glass-bottom boat in Yen Island-Hon Noi. However, it is not so blissful as swimming next to the fish, hearing your breathing, feeling the movements of the sea around you.

Tips for Hoi An Travel on Tet Occasion

Because Tet holiday is the most important occasion of a year in Vietnam, just like Christmas and Easter in Europe, most of companies and shops are closed to enjoy holidays. Therefore, travellers who want to travel to Hoi An during this time need to know the following notes:

Vietnamese Water Puppets Perform Danish Fairy Tales

A troupe from the Viet Nam Puppetry Theatre is touring the French cities of Lyon and Le Revest-les-Eaux to perform the classic fairy tales of Hans Christian Andersen.

Mui Ne, Ideal Place for A Perfect Holiday

Located 22 km from Phan Thiet city to the Northeast, Mui Ne is an attractive tourist destination with immense sand hills and towering coconut trees running a long the beach.

Tu Van, Unique Shell Pagoda

Situated right at the heart of Cam Ranh city, Khanh Hoa, Oc (Shell) or Tu Van pagoda is a favorite stopover of many visitors.

Dong Ngac - The Ancient Village outside Ha Noi

Dong Ngac village is located about 10km from downtown Ha Noi, is one of few villages which have still kept intact the cultural features and old historical architecture despite the impacts of rapid urbanization.

Lao Cai Enhances Agricultural Product Quality for Tourists

The northern province of Lao Cai aims to strengthen technological application in agricultural production in a bid to ensure high-quality food and flowers for tourists.

Jetstar Pacific Opens Flights Linking Hue & Da Lat

Leaders of the central province of Thua Thien-Hue and the central highlands province of Lam Dong welcomed and offered flowers for nearly 180 passengers traveling from flights Airbus A320 of Jetstar Pacific from Lien Khuong Airport in Da Lat to Phu Bai Airport in Hue on October 25.

Cheap Rail Tours Start in Ho Chi Minh City

The Sai Gon Railway Co. and the HCM City Travel Association (HTA) have joined hands with tourism authorities in Binh Thuan, Khanh Hoa, Phu Yen, and Binh Dinh to offer low-cost rail tours between the southern metro and these four south-central provinces.

Lufthansa Cargo Opens Flights to Ho Chi Minh City

German Airlines Lufthansa Cargo announced on October 22 that it will officially list flights between Frankfurt/Main and HCM City into its permanent fixture this winter.

Famous Street Food Stalls in Hanoi - Vietnam

You are a tourist? You like to explore culture of Vietnam? So, the most interesting as well as the fastest way to get a quick lesson about Vietnamese culture is to try our food. Vietnamese cuisine is very rich and diversified. Therefore, you can not have general view at luxurious restaurants only but go further to street vendors. Please come to Hanoi, paradise of street food in Vietnam and try the 3 following dishes to get started your food journey.

Passport and Visas for Laos

Laos is not a difficult country to access but there are, nevertheless, certain formalities that have to be observed and these may vary from border to border. To be forewarned is to be forearmed.

Laos Weather and When to Go

Weather Summary Despite having two distinct weather seasons you can travel in Laos all-year-round and with no coastline to influence things, Laos’s weather system is relatively straight-forward compared with much of Asia; consisting of a dry season (October to late April) and a wet season (May to late September). Within each season there are variations in temperature, with the dry months leading up to the wet season (March and April) and the early wet season (May and June) usually being the hottest of the year. Temperatures throughout the country are also greatly affected by altitude with much of the country at an level that reduces the country’s average temperatures by several degrees °C.

Seaplane Tours to Ha Long Serve 3,500 Passengers in A Year

Hai Au Airlines, a private air carrier, has offered seaplane tours between Ha Noi and Ha Long Bay in Quang Ninh province to more than 3,500 domestic and foreign passengers since the service debuted in October last year.

Banh tet, Traditional Food on Tet Holidays

The Tet holiday is coming. Therefore, there are million reasons to talk about Tet cake (also known as Don cake), a traditional Vietnamese New Year food, espcially in the Vietnam’s Central and the South with many variants and different flavors…

My Long Rice Paper - Ben Tre’s Special Food

My Long Rice Paper is a special food from Ben Tre province. Coconut rice paper from My Long are famous because they are particularly fatty, tasty and aromatic when roasted over hot coal.

Tea Festival Attracts International Participants

Delegations from many tea importing countries will attend the Tea Festival hosted by the northern province of Thai Nguyen from November 26-28, said Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Ma Thi Nguyet at a press briefing on October 22 in Ha Noi.

Viet Nam Airlines to Launch Hai Phong - Nha Trang Service

National carrier Viet Nam Airlines has announced it will open a new air route between the northern port city of Hai Phong and the central coastal city of Nha Trang from November 15.

Gu Bla - Unique Sculpture of Cor People

Gu Bla, one of the main sculptural works used in the Cor ethnic group’s buffalo sacrifice festival in Tra Bong district in the central province of Quang Ngai, is slowly being forgotten as the festival’s popularity decreases.

Xoi gac-gac, Fortunate Red of Vietnam

Do you know what dish representing the fortunate of Vietnamese people? That is Gac sticky rice.

Famous Street Food Stalls in Hanoi

You are a tourist? You like to explore culture of Vietnam? So, the most interesting as well as the fastest way to get a quick lesson about Vietnamese culture is to try our food. Vietnamese cuisine is very rich and diversified. Therefore, you can not have general view at luxurious restaurants only but go further to street vendors. Please come to Hanoi, paradise of street food in Vietnam and try the 3 following dishes to get started your food journey.

Explore Vietnamese Cuisine with Gordon Ramsay

The desire to explore unique cuisine brought Super-Chef Gordon Ramsay to Southeast, including Vietnam.

VietJet Air Offers “Golden” Deals

Low-cost carrier Vietjet Air is offering nearly 250,000 promotional tickets just from VND0 for a number of domestic routes.

Cu Chi Tunnel Enters Top World’s Most Attractive Underground Architectures

The CNN has just released the list of 12 most attractive underground buildings in the world including Cu Chi tunnel (Vietnam). Let’s admire fabulous underground architectures through the following pictures: The CNN described Cu Chi tunnel as a shelter, hospital, weapon caches of Viet Cong during Vietnam war. A tank was even found here. Stretching 120 km, the tunnel is a part of a larger subway system. The tunnel is now a war relic attracting a lot of visitors.. Here is the top 12 most attractive underground architectures:

Floating in Paradise of Lotus

For those looking for a short weekend trip, or those who just love travelling, a visit to Tan Lap "floating eco-tourism village" in the southern province of Long An is ideal.

Dong Da Festival, Pride of Vietnamese people

Did you ever take part in any Vietnamese festival? If your answer is “No”, follow us to Dong Da Festival in Hanoi to witness the formal rituals and join exciting games in the festival.

Oxen Race at Khmer Dolta Festival

Thirty seven pairs of oxen from 14 communes in the Mekong Delta province of An Giang competed at this year's Bay Nui Ox Race.

Nha Trang Mango Cake

Unlike common rice papers, Cam Ranh city in Khanh Hoa province is famous for specific mango rice paper. It is also known as Nha Trang Mango Cake because the cake is mostly consumed in Nha Trang.

Giac Lam Pagoda, Must-visit Spiritual Attraction in Saigon

Giac Lam Pagoda is well-known for the oldest temple in Saigon. Located at No.565 Lac LongQuang Street, Ward 10, Tan Binh District, the pagoda was built in 1744 by Ly Thuy Long from Minh Huong. At first, the pagoda was named Son Cam. Later, it is also called Cam Son because of its location on Cam Son Mound. The name of Giac Lam was only given until the Monk Thich Vien Quang of the Lam Te Zen lineage arrived and became the abbot of the pagoda.

Destination at A Glance: Vietnam

No longer held down by its past (or its politics), the slender nation of Vietnam makes for easy itineraries, book-ended as it is with two very different cities: poetic, tight-lipped Hanoi and zestful, go-go-go Ho Chi Minh City.

Enjoy Ha Noi Pho Like the Gourmet

Ha Noi Pho is available everywhere in Ha Noi as the townspeople have the strong passion for this delectable soup. You can find Pho in the Viet Nam’s capital all day and night. The bowl of the hot fragrant broth, the thick rice noodles, and the sliced bits of the tender beef or chicken wins the gourmets’ praises. Especially, Ha Noi Pho is said to be more aromatic and appetizing to the guests than any other counterpart.

Experience Stand Up Paddle Boarding in West Lake

To West Lake (Ha Noi), visitors can admire the charming scenery and have the opportunity to join Stand Up Paddle (SUP) boarding – a water sport originated from Hawaii and imported into Viet Nam for about 3 years.

New Cruise Ship to Can Gio Launched

A new cruise ship tour from the heart of Ho Chi Minh City to Can Gio District will be launched to bring visitors to the Nghinh Ong (whale worshiping) Festival.

Must-dos in Hoi An

Formerly a happening trading port in post-modern South East Asia, Hoi An is now famous for being an exotic tourist attraction in the South Central Vietnam. This UNESCO World Heritage site offers its guesses a peaceful ambiance. Most of the time, tourists prefer to visit Hoi An’s classic architecture and religious sites as well as to purchase traditional souvenirs and bespoke clothing from the town’s renowned tailor shops.

A Guide to Vietnamese Coffee

Strong and flavorful Vietnamese coffee makes converts as quickly as it raises pulses. French colonists might have introduced coffee to Vietnam, but the morning cup of ca phe soon became a local habit. With variations that make use of yoghurt, eggs and even fruit, Vietnamese coffee has developed a style of its own.

Banh Duc, Rustic Snack in Vietnamese Cuisine

Banh duc is a rustic cake of Vietnamese people. Despite simplicity, its flavor is really an unforgettable thing to anyone who ever taste it.

Earings of the Mong in Son La

Viet Nam’s northwestern region appeals to visitors for its natural beauty and the unique culture of local ethnic groups, which includes their costumes and architecture.

7 Best Tailors of Hoi An

Lots of tourists come to Hoi An in the hope of having tailored clothes within just a few days and at reasonable prices. Since there are nearly 400 cloth shops and tailor shops compact in this small town, there is a wide assortment for customers of all tastes to select. However, this multitude of shops also results in the fact that most tourists find themselves overwhelmed when picking the One amongst these.

Crary House in Da Lat

Da Lat City, Lam Dong Province has a famous guesthouse that was listed as one of the top 10 most unique architectures . The guesthouse is an interesting attraction drawing a lot of curious visitors traveling to Da Lat. At first, it was named “Hang Nga villa” but then being changed to “Crazy House”. The designer of the house is architect Dang Viet Nga.

Tuan Chau International Port Comes into Operation

On 7 October 2015, Tuan Chau Group held inauguration ceremony of the International Port (Port 2) after 3 years of construction.

5 Tips for First-time Travelers to Vietnam

Vietnam is a friendly and safe destination with the hidden charm. Being aware of the difference in culture, life style in Vietnam and some common senses will make your trip worthwhile and trouble free. Following are some useful information you might need for your first time travel to Vietnam.

Da Lat Jam, Sweet Gift for Your Family

If you have been to Da Lat, you must know that Da Lat does not only have poetic landscapes, stunning flower gardens, immense pine forests but also is the kingdom of Jam in Vietnam. While this specialty is only sold on Tet holidays in other areas, it is year-round snack in Da Lat. Jam in Dalat is quite distinct from jam in places in the world.

Vietjet Air Opens Ho Chi Minh City-Yangon Route

Vietjet Air, Viet Nam's low cost airline opened a Ho Chi Minh City-Yangon (Myanmar) route on October 9, on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Viet Nam and Myanmar.

Chapi Musical Instrument Reflects the Raglai Soul

Wealthy people of the Raglai group possess Ma La flat gongs, but poor Raglai people have the Chapi, a simple musical instrument that imitates the sound of the Ma La.

Top 6 Must-do Things in Cat Ba Island

As having a long Vietnam holidays, you may consider spending some quality times in Cat Ba Island aside from Halong Bay.The activities below will offer you a different experience from Halong Bay as Cat Ba Island owns several unique nature features.

The Necklaces of Co Tu Men

Visitors to the villages of Co Tu ethnic minority people in Quang Nam Province on special festivals will have an opportunity to see men wearing the shining necklaces made of silver and agate besides the colorful and unique costumes dressed by young women.

Citadel of the Ho Dynasty

Location: In communes of Vinh Tien, Vinh Long, Vinh Quang, Vinh Yen, Vinh Phuc, Vinh Ninh, Vinh Khang, Vinh Thanh and Vinh Loc Town, Vinh Loc District, Thanh Hoa Province, about 150km from Ha Noi. Characteristics: The citadel of the Ho Dynasty is considered as the only stone citadel remaining in Southeast Asia and is one of the few remains in the world.

Banh Com - A Fine Treat of Ha Noi

Ha Noi has many specialties on offer but one of the most renowned snacks which most visitors to the capital want to bring home as a gift for family and friends is banh com (sweet, soft and fragrant green rice cake).

Quang Ninh Museum and Library

Location: In the complex of cultural works in Cot 3 Area, Hong Hai Ward, Ha Long City, Quang Ninh Province. Characteristics: The building has unique architecture, charming space and plenty of valuable artifacts.

Bien Ho - The Eyes of Central Highlands

Bien Ho (Ocean Lake), which is in the middle of Central Highlands, is a worthy place to visit when you travel to Vietnam. The beautiful scene and friendly people around will impress you a lot. Spending one day hanging around Bien Ho and enjoying the atmosphere make your trip be perfect!

Spinning tops (Con quay) - A folk game

In summertime, groups of children often play with tops. Their enthusiasm and happy laughter attract an audience, old and young, and remind older viewers of their younger days. The folk pastime of top spinning still charms children despite the popularity of modern games such as bowling, skateboarding, billiards and video games.

“Chu Dau” Ceramic - Vietnamese cultural quintessence

Chu Dau Ceramic reflects the Vietnamese cultural characters human values of Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism and Local Religion. It’s natural shape, bright and clear enamel, simply beautiful patterns have expressed the Viet Nam national culture.

Five Destinations Worth to Visit on Tet

The Lunar New Year (Tet) is a nine-day holiday, which is an opportunity for people to choose destinations to visit after a hard year at-work.

“Pho” - the Most Iconic Dish in Vietnam

The New York-based news website Business Insider has singled out the most iconic food to eat in 50 countries worldwide in an article, in which “pho”, a traditional meal in Vietnam, was declared a must-try.

Immense Sand Dunes in Ninh Thuan

About eight kilometers southeast of Phan Rang-Thap Cham City, Ninh Thuan Province, the Nam Cuong sand dunes totaling 700 hectares are a must-see place for vistors.

Kites that Make Music (Dieu Sao)

Kite flying is popular throughout the year in Viet Nam but especially so in summer. People of different ages make kites of many shapes, sizes and materials.

Traditional Festival in October

Some amzaing traditional festivals takes place in Octorber!

National Week Honours Mu Cang Chai Terraced Paddy Fields

A national week of culture, sports and tourism honouring the values of terraced paddy fields and Mong culture is underway in Mu Cang Chai mountainous district in the northern province of Yen Bai from September 12-20.

Five Markets in Sai Gon Especially Loved

The reputation of five Sai Gon markets has not only spread in the country but also abroad. Ben Thanh Market The market is a well-known icon for long-time dwellers in HCM City as well as visitors to the country’s most bustling hub. Located downtown amid an abundance of tourist facilities, restaurants and shopping streets, Ben Thanh Market offers visitors all they need. At the market, one can find everything from everyday food to souvenirs symbolic of all regions of the country.

Cat Ba Cliffs and Rock-climbing Enthusiasts

The lure of rock-climbing has been bringing several local and foreign visitors to Cat Ba in recent times. It is an ideal place for those who love adventure sports to indulge in their hobby.

Hanoi Cheo Theatre

Hanoi is the cradle of several genres of traditional arts including Cheo or traditional opera. The Hanoi Cheo Theatre has, over the years, played an important role in preserving and promoting the art. The Theatre is celebrating its 60th founding anniversary this year.

The Beauty of Hon Khoi Salt Field

Hon Khoi is located from Nha Trang City is about an hour by motorbike towards the North in Ninh Hoa. Hon Khoi with beautiful Doc Let beach is an ideal tourism destination of travelers when come to Khanh Hoa. Not only that, there is also famous for the white salt fields with salty taste of sea.

Northern Mountain Area of Vietnam

Three-quarters of Vietnam’s topography is mountainous, and the most beautiful area is in the North of Vietnam. Far away from the touristy places, most of the areas in the mountains have not been affected by the travel industry, which has developed rapidly in this country. The spectacular scenery of the tremendous mountain range, long and winding roads up and downhill, incredible passes and valleys along the way, and outstanding terraced rice fields are the highlights of this area. In contrast to the big cities, there is very little traffic on the roads, and you can indulge yourself with the breathtaking nature on your trip.

UNESCO World Heritages In Vietnam

If you’re about to go see Vietnam, know that this country housing a considerable number of UNESCO World Heritages! Beside the naturally gifted enchantment valued worldwide, Vietnam is proudly recognized by UNESCO with the 3 sets of heritages. And if you’re keen on this subject, let us give you a complete Vietnam travel guide over the nation’s Historical and Cultural Heritages, Natural World Heritage Sites, in plus with the Oral and Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. All of these prides give Vietnam a full competence to stand out as one of the greatest tourist destinations on Earth.

Ninh Binh Retains Values of Trang An Complex

Authorities in northern Ninh Binh province held a workshop on September 10 to consult experts about efficient methods to mange and preserve the local Trang An Complex.

Fish Massage: A Fishy Way to Unwind in Vietnam

If you’re seeking both relaxation and a tingling massage, why not go for a fish massage, available at cafes and spas in Ho Chi Minh City? Although fish massage has been a service offered in the southern city for some time, its novelty has not worn away yet.

Da Nang cuts prices to draw tourists

Nearly 100 businesses, travel agencies and hotels joined a promotional programme in the central city of Da Nang from this month through next March, offering a 10-60 percent discount for their service.

Thanh Toan Tile-roofed Bridge in Hue

Thanh Toan village in Thuy Thanh commune, Huong Thuy district is one of the most beautiful villages in Hue.

First Buckwheat flower festival to be held in Ha Giang

Buckwheat (scientifically known as Fagopyrum Esculentum), a plant with clusters of small pinkish white flowers and small edible triangular seeds, which are used as a kind of food, creates striking sights when it is in blossom, making it a tourists draw in the northern mountainous province of Lao Cai.

American reporters lured by Vietnamese cuisine

In her article introducing ‘6 Food Tours Worth Traveling For’, besides Peru, Miami, Jamaica, Mexico,… American reporter Claire Volkman of US News described Viet Nam as one of the world's most incredible culinary countries.

Palace of Nguyen Dynasty’s last king re-opens after renovation

A palace where Viet Nam’s last king Bao Dai lived from 1949-1955 in the resort city of Da Lat, the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong, was re-opened for tourists on September 19,2015 after a year-long renovation.

Melt with the clip "Welcome to Vietnam”

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) released the multilingual clip “Welcome to Viet Nam” in Ha Noi on September 21, which highlights the country’s beautiful landscapes, unique culture and 30-year reform achievements. It is presented in nine languages: Vietnamese, English, French, Chinese, Russian, Spanish, Portuguese, Japanese and Arabic.

Things to see in Sapa

The northwest market town of Sapa is colorful and charming, providing the perfect oasis in the midst of a strenuous mountain trek or rice-paddy tour. Here are some of sight-seeings in Sapa awarded Certificate of Excellence by Trip Advisor.(An certificate to accommodations, attractions and restaurants consistently earn great reviews from travelers) Muong Hoa Valley – Most fantastic rice field valley

Vietnam Airlines Opens Nha Trang - Hai Phong Route

The Viet Nam national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines on November 15th opened its new air route linking central city Nha Trang to Hai Phong city of flamboyant red flower.

Lao Cai Begins Trial Run of National Park Expeditions

The Lao Cai Province People's Committee has approved a trial run for a tour of Cat Cat village - Vung Rong - Gieng Tien - Sin Chai village in Hoang Lien Son National Park.

Visiting Bao Dai’s Villa in Do Son

Located on Vung Hill, Do Son District, Hai Phong, Bao Dai Villa is considered the only royal stopover of the Nguyen Dynasty in the North. With its unique architecture style, it has become a popular destination for tourists in Do Son.

Event Schedule in Visit Viet Nam Year 2016 - Phu Quoc - Mekong River Delta

Visit Viet Nam Year 2016 - Phu Quoc - Mekong River Delta with the theme “Exploring Southern Land” is a typical cultural-economic-social event with national scale hosted by Kien Giang in coordination with localities in the Mekong River Delta region, Ha Noi, Ho Chi Minh City, Da Nang City, provinces of Thua Thien Hue, Lam Dong and Lao Cai.

Best Beaches in Vietnam

Vung Tau is Ho Chi Minh City's closest beach resort, and can be reached by a picturesque hydrofoil ride down the Saigon River or by a rather circuitous highway route. The water is not terribly clean, but the town with its fishing fleet and outdoor restaurants is colorful and relaxing. Thousands flock there on Sunday afternoons to jump into the surf with most of their clothes on. Bai Truoc (Front Beach) is most popular.

Sapa and villages minorithes

The ancient church is known as stone church or the Holy Rosary church which is located in the heart of Sapa town built by the French from the early 20th century. Before starting to build this structure, the French architect selected carefully about the terrain. The shape and architecture of the church was built by cross. This architecture presented in the roof, bell tower… which created the elegant church.

Bac Ha Market, Can Caua Market, Cao Son Market, Lung Khau Nhin, Coc Ly Market, Sin cheng Market

For men, the market is a place for they meet and drink wine. The horse is the most attractive for men; they come from remote villages, even people from the provinces of Bac Giang, Ha Tay… They come here to trade horses.

Van Mieu Doctoral Steles Recognised as National Treasure

A collection of 82 doctoral laureate steles at Ha Noi’s Van Mieu - Temple of Literature, which was the country’s first university, has been recognised as national treasure.

Vietjet Inaugurates Ho Chi Minh City - Seoul Flight

The budget airline Vietjet inaugurated its new route linking Ho Chi Minh City and capital Seoul of the Republic of Korea on November 23.

Events Celebrate Khmer’s Ok-Om-Bok Festival

A host of events were scheduled to celebrate ethnic Khmer people’s Ok-Om-Bok (worshipping the moon) festival in southern Tra Vinh province from November 20 to 25.

Conquering Toi Cave (Dark Cave) in Quang Binh

(TITC) - Belongs to Son Trach Commune, Bo Trach District, Quang Binh Province, about 50 kilometers to the northwest of Dong Hoi City, Toi Cave is the only cave in Viet Nam operating ‘‘mud-bathing inside the cave’’ service.

Lady Thu Bon Festival

Lady Thu Bon Festival is a traditional festival of old Champa people that was inherited by Vietnamese people and taken place on 12th February of lunar calendar every year at Lady Thu Bon’s Palace in Duy Tan commune, Duy Xuyen district.

Ha Giang is Amazing through Pictures of Backpackers

With unspoiled landscapes, imposing mountains and beautiful flowers, visitors will certainly be allured by Ha Giang right at first sight. Let’s admire the wild beauty of Ha Giang through the amazing photos of backpackers.

Explore Charming Beauty of Tu Lan Cave

A long with the other famous caves, namely Paradise Cave (Thien Duong in Vietnamese), Son Doong Cave, Tu Lan Cave System also has a contribution to attract the travelers coming to Quang Binh Province.

Ben En National Park in Thanh Hoa

Ben En National Park is located in Nhu Xuan district, Thanh Hoa province and 36 km away from Thanh Hoa city to the Southwest. It covers a total area of 16.634 ha, of which 8.544 ha is primitive forest with a complex of mountains, rivers, streams, lakes with many names and legends about destinations.

Visiting Phan Thiet from A Different Perspective

Phan Thiet City in the south-central coast province of Binh Thuan is locally and internationally famous as a paradise of stunning beach resorts. There are hundreds of beautiful resorts in Phan Thiet’s Mui Ne for domestic and foreign guests to choose as great hideaways. But when in the city, tourists should not miss a chance of visiting breathtaking sand dunes and Bau Sen (lotus lagoon).

Thai Phien Flower Village in Dalat

Thai Phien, a traditional flower village has recently become a popular tourist destination in Dalat with thousands of arrivals every year.

Ha Noi and Ho Chi Minh City Listed in Top 10 World’s Destinations with Reasonable Cost

The world’s famous travel guide book publisher “Lonely Planet” has just announced the top 10 world’s destinations with reasonable cost . Both Ha Noi and Ho Chi Minh City have ranked 2nd.

Vietnam Airlines to Offer Promotional Tickets for Tet Festival

National flag carrier Vietnam Airlines (VNA) is holding a promotion on flights for selected domestic routes on the occasion of the Tet (Lunar New Year) festival.

Mang Den Eco-tourism Area in Kon Tum

Referred to as “Dalat in Kontum”, Mang Den eco-tourism area has been becoming favorite destination of many tourists. Situated at over 1,000 m above sea level, Mang Den owns a lot of beautiful landscapes, year-round cool climate, 20 degree below average temperature, surroundings are primitive forests and a large ancient pine forest along National Highway No.24 with 80% forest cover.

Visit Tan Trao Special National Historical Relic

Let’s learn Vietnamese history through a visit to Tan Trao special national historical relic-where President Ho Chi Minh and Central agencies lived and worked in the resistance war against the French colonialists, situated in territory of communes: Tan Trao, Minh Thanh, Trung Yen, Binh Yen, Luong Thien (Son Duong district); Kim Quan, Trung Son, Hung Loi, Trung Minh, Dao Vien, Cong Da, Phu Thinh (Yen Son district). The Tan Trao historical site has a total area of 561.1 km2 with 18 typical relics and vestiges recognized as National Historical Relic.

Ba Ria - Vung Tau

Area: 1,989.6 sq. km Population: 926,3 thousand habitants (2006) Capital: Vung Tau City Administrative divisions: - Town: Ba Ria. - Districts: Chau Duc, Xuyen Moc,Tan Thanh, Long Dien, Dat Do, Con Dao. - Ethnic groups:Viet (Kinh), Hoa, Cho Ro, Khmer...

Peaceful Tha Village

Quiet, authentic, picturesque - Tha village is well known among tourists for its charm and peaceful beauty. Located just 2km from Ha Giang, Tha village stands out for its stilt houses, green bamboo groves and lush rice fields.

Con Dao Welcomes more Tourists as People Flood to Island Paradise

More than 2,300 foreign tourists have booked rooms at hotels and resorts this month on Con Dao Islands off the southern province of Ba Ria - Vung Tau, up 35 per cent year-on-year, according to the Con Dao District tourism authorities.

Exploring Cham Culture at Po Klong Garai Tower

Po Klong Garai Tower near the city of Phan Rang-Thap Cham in Ninh Thuan Province is an attractive destination for visitors who want to learn about the culture of Cham ethnic people.

Destination

Binh Dinh

The heart of the province is Quy Nhon City which is 1,065km from Hanoi and 649km from Ho Chi Minh City. Binh Dinh is adjacent to Quang Ngai Province to the north, Gia Lai Province to the west, and Phu Yen Province to the south. It has a long coastline of approximately 100km, and includes both small and big islands off-shore.

Ho Chi Minh City and Around

Ho Chi Minh City – or Thanh Pho Ho Chi Minh, to give it its full Vietnamese title – is Vietnam’s centre of commerce and the country’s biggest city, though not its administrative capital – an honour that rests with Hanoi.

Chau Doc - An Giang

An Giang is a province in Vietnam that borders Cambodia. It is most popular for being the place where one finds Chau Doc. The city is situated at the intersection of a tributary linking the Bassac and Mekong Rivers. 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.

Vung Tau Travel Guide

Vũng Tàu is the largest city and former capital of Bà Rịa–Vũng Tàu Province in Vietnam. The city area is 140 km2 (54 sq mi), consists of thirteen urban wards and one commune of Long Son Islet. Vũng Tàu was the capital of the province until 2012, and is the crude oil extraction center of Vietnam.

Discover Phu Quoc Island

This peaceful tropical paradise, floats in the warm turquoise waters in the Gulf of Thailand, 50kms from the Vietnamese mainland and a 50 minute flight from Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon).Open year round with a peak season from November to March, Phu Quoc is becoming well known for stunning beaches, untouched natural environment, the easy going and relaxed atmosphere, friendly locals, and fantastic scuba diving and snorkelling.

The Southern-most Province, Ca Mau

Ca Mau is the Southern-most province of Vietnam, having Ca Mau City as its capital. With a total area of 5331.7 km2, the province borders KienGiang Province to the north, Bac Lieu Province to the northeast, the Gulf of Thailand to the southwest and East sea to the east and northeast. The coastline of Ca Mau, which has a total length of 307km, embraces three side of this southern province.

Ninh Thuan Province

It is 1, 382km from Hanoi and 350km from Ho Chi Minh City. The province is next to Khanh Hoa Province to the North, Binh Thuan Province to the South and the East Sea to East. This province is the important point of the economic center in the middle of Vietnam, and a crucial transportation node with the North.

Soc Trang

Soc Trang city is about 240km south of Ho Chi Minh city and 60 km southeast of Can Tho city. The name “Soc Trang” comes from a Khmer name “Srok Kh'leang” which means “a place where silver is stored”. This is also where most of Khmer people live. Therefore, beside Kinh’s culture (the major people in Viet Nam), Khmer cultural characteristics can be seen everywhere, especially at Khmer pagodas.

Binh Duong

Binh Duong is a province in the Southeastern part of Vietnam. It borders with Binh Phuoc to the North, Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) to the South and Southwest, Tay Ninh to the West and Dong Nai to the East.

Introducing Ben Tre

Ben Tre Province is located 85 km South of Ho Chi Minh City in the Mekong River Delta, with an area of 2,315 km 2. It lies below Tien Giang Province to the north, Vinh Long to the west, and Tra Vinh to the south. Ben Tre is nestled between two main branches of the Mekong’s largest tributary, which diverges to create a fertile agricultural region and beautiful coastline.

Can Tho Province

With the population of nearly 1.2 million and good infrastructure as well as investment for development, Can Tho is considered as the central city of this region.

Beauty of Dong Thap

A part of the South-Western Region of Vietnam, Dong Thap is a province with a highly developed agriculture industry. It adjoins Cambodia to the North with 4 border gates (Thong Binh, Dinh Ba, My Can, ThuongPhuoc), Vinh Long Province and Can Tho City to the South, An Giang Province to the West, and Long An plus TienGiang Provinces to the East.

Information of Tay Ninh

It is adjacent to Cambodia to the West and the Northwest, Binh Duong Province and Binh Phuoc Province to the East, Ho Chi Minh City and Long An Province to the South. A demography survey of Tay Ninh in 2009 showed a population of 1,066,402 people. Nowadays, Tay Ninh consists of 8 districts and Tay Ninh City, which is also the province’s capital.

Everything about Quy Nhon

The Quy Nhon coastal city in Binh Dinh has recently become more popular in the travel guide book of many tourists. One of the reasons for this positive change is the direct flights from Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City to Quy Nhon City.

Hoi An Ancient Town

Warm-hearted, welcoming and traditional, but never out of touch with the outside world, the people of Hoi An are in overdrive mode trying to catch up to the opportunities their new found fame has recently given them.

Da Lat - Valley of Love

Dalat looks like a cross between Vietnam and the French Alps. Many of its hotels and houses were built in a French style during the French colonization. There are many places for tourists interested in architecture to visit, such as Dalat Railway Station, designed by French architects Moncet and Reveron, or Hang Nga guest house, a.k.a ‘Crazy house’ which is also an interesting place to stay.

Thanh Hoa Province

Thanh Hoa is one of the biggest provinces in Vietnam, located 150km from Hanoi and 1,560 km from Ho Chi Minh City. This province has an important role that is being the northern tip of central Vietnam, adjacent to Son La, Hoa Binh, Ninh Binh to the north and Nghe An to the south. The province is also contiguous to the East Sea and Hua Phan Province of Laos. This position gives Thanh Hoa a crucial role in the Northern economic region of Vietnam.

Modern Da Nang City

Nowhere in Vietnam is changing as fast as Danang. For decades it had a reputation as a provincial backwater, but big changes are ongoing. Stroll along the Han riverfront and you'll find gleaming new modernist hotels, apartments and restaurants are emerging. Spectacular new bridges now span the Han river and in the north of the city the landmark new D-City is rising from the flatlands.

Phu Yen in Vietnam

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. Lesser known than the beach resort town of Nha Trang, about 120 kilometres away to the south, Phu Yen is a place where visitors can still enjoy having a wide patch of golden sand to themselves.

Best thing of Mui Ne

Mui Ne is a coastal resort town in Phan Thiet – the capital of Binh Thuan province, about 4 hours by bus from Ho Chi Minh City. The name ‘Mui Ne’ interestingly has many origins. The first meaning comes from the fishing people in the past. They usually faced sea storms, so they used to hide in a cape, which was called ‘Mui’ in Vietnamese, and ‘hide’ meant ‘Ne’. The second one originated as the name of the youngest daughter of Cham King – who was known as the owner of this land. Her alias was Ne, therefore, the cape where her temple was built, was called ‘Mui Ne’.

Dak Lak in the Center of Tay Nguyen

Dak Lak (or Dac Lac) is a province located in the center of Tay Nguyen. It adjoins Gia Lai Province to the North, Lam Dong Province to the South, Dak Nong Province to the Southwest, Phu Yen and Khanh Hoa Provinces to the East, and Cambodia to the West. The border between the two countries in Dak Lak is 70 km long.

The Charm of Hue

Palaces and pagodas, tombs and temples, culture and cuisine, history and heartbreak – there’s no shortage of poetic pairings to describe Hue (pronounced ‘hway’). A Unesco World Heritage site, this deeply evocative capital of the Nguyen emperors still resonates with the glories of imperial Vietnam, even though many of its finest buildings were destroyed during the American War.

Nha Trang, Most Famous Seaside Resort-town

Considered Vietnam’s most famous seaside resort-town, Nha Trang attracts foreign tourists for not only its stunningly pristine beaches but also the urban atmosphere of a young tourist city.

About Nghe An Province

As Nghe An is parts of the giant Truong Son Mountain Range, 83% of its area is mountainous, making its topography highly complicated. The terrain has a descending slope from North-West to South-East; is separated by mountains, hills, rivers, streams, etc. into many small valleys. In terms of height, the 2,711m high Pulaileng Peak in Ky Son District is most noticeable, while the 0.2m high plains in Yen Thanh Districts are the most humble. Besides, Nghe An also has a highly dense system of rivers with a total length of 9828km.

Introducing Cao Bang

Mountainous Cao Bang province is one of the most beautiful regions in Vietnam. Cao Bang itself is more prosaic, but it is a useful base to explore the surrounding countryside. The climate is mild here, and winter days can get chilly when a thick fog clings to the banks of the Bang Giang River.

Thai Nguyen Province

Thai Nguyen is beautiful and slow pace midland province; it located closely to Hanoi capital city. In Vietnam when ever talking about Thai Nguyen, people cannot helping imagine about typical local special production of green tea, it accessible long national road number 3 within 60km northern of Hanoi sharing border with neighborhood province such as Hanoi capital on the south, Bac Can on the north; Vinh Phuc, Tuyen Quang on the west, Lang Son, Bac Giang on the east.

Lai Chau - A Beautiful Moutainous Land

As far as 450 kilometers from the capital, there locates a highland in northwest Vietnam, namely Lai Chau (Province). This complex of plateaus is situated at the altitude of 1,500m above sea level, comprising high mountains, pure streams and rivers. It shares borderline with Yun Nan province (China) in about 273 km to the North, Son La, Dien Bien to the west and south, and Lao Cai to the east.

Dien Bien Phu with Heroic History

Dien Bien Phu (DBP) sits in the heart-shaped Muong Thanh Valley, surrounded by heavily forested hills. The scenery to or from DBP is stunning, with approach roads scything through thick forests and steep terrain. The city itself lies more prosaically on a broad dry plain. Thai, H’mong and Si La people live in the surrounding mountains, but the city and valley are mainly inhabited by ethnic Vietnamese.

Hoa Binh Travel Guide

Hoa Binh is a mountainous province, situated in the west of Hanoi. The land has a long history associated with the history and development of Vietnamese. Hoa Binh is the land of many ethnic people, in which has 7 main ethnics: Muong, Thai, Tay, Dao,Mong, Chinese and Kinh. Natural conditions and cultural history have created potential tourist attractions.

Nam Dinh Travel Guide

This province has a pristine 74km long seaside with great potential to develop both its fishing and water tourism economy. Currently, the economy of Nam Dinh depends mainly on agriculture, and is in fact one of the most important agricultural areas in Northern Vietnam. Nevertheless, the province is transforming rapidly from an agricultural to an industrial base, and aims to become one of the biggest industrial centers of Vietnam.

All About Lang Son Province

Lang Son is a northern province of Vietnam. With two international border gates, Dong Dang and Huu Nghi, Lang Son holds an important position in Vietnam economy. In addition to the two gates, the province also possesses 7 markets along its border with China.

Bac Ninh Province’s Attractions

Lying about 35 km Northeast of Hanoi, Bac Ninh is by and large an underrated destination in most travel guide book. For the two thousand years in existence, Bac Ninh is vivid in Vietnamese mind as a land of the talents: there were times that the province contributed as much as 25% of people with doctorate degree in Vietnam. The talent is not only shown academically but also artistically.

Phu Tho Province

It shares the border with Tuyen Quang, Yen Bai, Vinh Phuc, Ha Noi, Son La, Hoa Binh provinces. With Viet Tri city as its capital, Phu Tho Province is only 80km away from Hanoi. Noi Bai International Air Port lies between the two cities, locating 50km to the North-west of Viet Tri City.

Hai Phong Travel Guide

Located 120 km to the East of Hanoi Capital, Haiphong, is one of the most developed coastal cities in the country with many natural heritages and charming landscapes. Haiphong shares borders with Quang Ninh province to the north, Hai Duong province to the west and Thai Binh province to the South. The Bach Long Vi Island, which belongs to the city administration, is located in the middle of the Tonkin Gulf.

Bac Kan Province

With an area of 4868.4 sq. km, it adjoins many other provinces such as Cao Bang (to the north), Tuyen Quang (to the west), Lang Son (to the south-east) and Thai Nguyen (to the south). Most of Bac Kan’s surface are mountains and hills, accompanied by a complicated network of springs, streams and rivers.

Introducing Son La Province

Son La is located in Northwestern Vietnam with its topography fully describe geographical traits of this area of Vietnam with many mountains, hills, rivers and mineral sources, surrounded by primitive forests. Son La border quite many provinces such as Lao Cai and Yen Bai to the North; Phu Tho and Hoa Binh to the East; Dien Bien to the West; and Thanh Hoa and Laos to the South.

Ninh Binh Travel Guide

Ninh Binh is a province in Red river delta. It is far about 90 kilometers from Hanoi with convenient transportation system. Nature blesses this land many fascinating landscape, famous cavessuch as Tam Coc - Bich Dong, Trang An cave, Phat Diem cathedral, Van Long natural reserve, Kim Son...

Ha Giang Vietnam

Ha Giang is a province in northeastern Vietnam,bordering China. Ha Giang has many mountains, many old growth forests, many precious wood, and 1.000 kinds of rare herbs. Ha Giang has special cultural products of more than 20 ethnic, a memorable destination by the natural landscape and people in her

Sapa Vietnam

Sapa located in the north - west of Vietnam. It belongs to Lao Cai province, which a modest land but hides many wonders of the natural scene. The natural beauty of Sapa is combined with human creativity, the topography of the mountains, green forests, which creates romantic spot.

Halong Bay and Grotto System and Island

Located in northeast Vietnam, Halong Bay is one part of the Tonkin Gulf. It was called 'the wonder standing in the heaven' by a world cultural Celebrities-Nguyen Trai. In 1994, Halong Bay was recognized as the World natural heritage about the values of geomorphology by UNESCO.

Cat Ba Island

Cat Ba Island which includes 367 islands, located in the south of Halong. It has been recognized as the world biosphere reserve by UNESCO. Many tourists have to affirm that it is the most beautiful and romantic island when they come to the area.

Hanoi Vietnam

Hanoi is the capital of Northern Vietnam and keeps this role until now. The city is located on the right bank of the Red River and far about 1760 kilometers from Ho Chi Minh City. Hanoi features a warm humid subtropical climate with plentiful precipitation. In addition, Hanoi is considered one of the main cultural centers of Vietnam, where most Vietnamese dynasties have left their imprint.

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Famille Edouard

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Groupe de Madame Myriam et Monsieur Cyril VOLTERRA

Groupe de Madame Myriam et Monsieur Cyril VOLTERRA

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Groupe de Mr CHRISTIAN LE MARCHAND

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Groupe de Madame Danielle et Monsieur Jean Luc

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Groupe de Mr Fabrice Andreolli - 5 personnes

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Groupe de Mr Jean-Pierre KERLING

Groupe de Mr Jean-Pierre KERLING

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