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UNESCO World Heritage Site Halong Bay boasts a magnificent scenery of over 3,000 limestone islands jutting out of emerald green waters in the Gulf of Tonkin. The best way to explore and appreciate this vast area is by organised boat tours either cruise boats or traditional junk style boats, sleeping on board for one or several nights.
Widely acknowledged as one of the loveliest cities in Asia, this one-thousand-year old city offers you its unique images that totally different from other Asian cities. Hanoi still retains a small-town provincial charm and unique intermingle with a French legacy wide, tree-lined boulevards, parks, grand villas and an artistic, café society.
Surrounded by pictorial mountains, rice terraces and a diversity of hill tribes in the remote northwest of Vietnam, Sapa is a quiet town frequently used as a base for trekking, rice paddies and traditional villages which are home to a wealth of ethnic minorities and hill tribes are the H’mong, the Red Dao, the Tay, the Day…
Situated in Ninh Binh, Hoa Lu citadel was first capital of Vietnam feudal centralism regimeunder the Dinh Dynasty between 968 and 1009 before King Ly Thai To moved the capital from Hoa Lu to Thang Long- Hanoi in 1010. Ninh Binh offers tourits its livings in the Red River Delta, historical temples, pagoda and the natural beauty.
Established as the capital of unified Viet Nam in 1802, Hué was not only the political but also the cultural and religious centre under the Nguyen dynasty until 1945. The Perfume River winds its way through the Hue Citadel giving this unique feudal capital a setting of great natural beauty.
Hoi An is one of the oldest towns in south-east Asia and characterized by a rich blend of Vietnamese, Chinese, Japanese and European architecture. Formerly known as Faifo, the ancient riverside town of Hoi An was a major trading port from the 16th to the 19th century.
This is a city full of surprises. Everyone seems busy riding, buying, selling, studying, and building. However, the city’s core is still adorned with wide elegant boulevards and historic French colonial buildings. The city offers plenty of reasons to visit, from its blend of historic, attractions to vibrant shopping, dining and nightlife.
Colorful floating markets, fruit orchards, rice paddies, sugar cane groves, bird sanctuaries and quaint villages are all what draw many to the Mekong Delta in southwestern Vietnam. The Mekong Delta is also an agricultural region made fertile by the maze of canals and streams fed by the Mekong River.