Hanoi is a city of wide tree lined boulevards, tranquil lakes and colonial villa's with a more sedate pace than other Asian cities. The city has many cultural-historic sites including the Ho Chi Minh's Mausoleum, Temple of literature, One Pillar Pagoda. This is a city that will leave you wishing that you need longer time to explore this charming and enthralling capital.
Phu Quoc Island boasts idyllic beaches, romantic sunsets and evergreen forests, making it an ideal destination for travelers looking to escape bustling city life. Fall into the rhythm of life in the tropics, swimming in the clear waters and soaking up the sun. Aside from beachside activities, visitors can also explore traditional villages and expansive nature parks.
Misty mountains, covered in rice terraces and the green of forests, Sapa is home to different ethnic tribal groups that seem a world apart. Take an overnight train journey from Hanoi into the highlands. Spend the days walking to villages tucked on the mountainside, encountering a diverse mix of ethnic groups and learning about their rich traditions.
Hue and Hoi An are both UNESCO World Heritage listed sites and boast some of the strongest cultural relics in Vietnam. Visit the old imperial center of Hue, journey down the Hai Van Pass to Da Nang where you will see the finest collection of Cham pieces in the world and admire the architectural, historic and cultural elements of Hoi An Town.
Escape to Puluong Nature Reserve and be amazed by the cascading views of rice fields, surrounded by hidden villages, vegetation, mountains and open land. Trekking in hidden paths is the best way to discover the fauna and flora of Puluong Nature Reserve as well as to experience the rich culture and tradition of Vietnamese ethnic groups living in the area.
The Cuu Long region , which translates as 'Nine Dragons', otherwise known as the Mekong Delta is a great place to discover Vietnam. Amazing waterways hidden amongst vibrant tropical fruit gardens, bustling floating markets that offer a cornucopia of items and acres of emerald rice fields are what make the Mekong Delta so unforgettable.