Hanoi – The Capital of Vietnam

Hanoi – The Capital of Vietnam

Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam and the political and cultural cultural center of the country. To visit Hanoi is to step yourself in history and legendary traditions, in a capital that has been inhabited for almost a millennium. The flow of time brought this capital various different names: Thang Long, Dong Do, Hanoi.

Cambodia

Cambodia

Grasp all the beauty of this fascinating country, one of the most astonishing destinations in all Asia. Aside from the magical temples of Angkor, Cambodia possesses other jewels, such as deep jungles, surprisingly bucolic regions and pristine white sand beaches in the Gulf of Thailand.

Laos

Laos

Travel to Laos and unearth all the mystery of this land. This country, still relatively unknown by tourists, is a real hidden treasure in South-East Asia. This place is incredibly charming not only for its serene atmosphere, but also for its picturesque sceneries and its stunning regions.

Ho Chi Minh City

Ho Chi Minh City

Ho Chi Minh City is Vietnam's largest city. This megalopolis has a rich culture and is also the country's economic powerhouse. The center of the old Saigon is boasts charming French colonial architecture and wide boulevards, usually congested by the huge traffic.

Ben Tre

Ben Tre

Ben Tre province is located near the mouth of the Mekong Delta (85km from Ho Chi Minh City). It is home to some of the most picturesque scenery in the region. The milk coffee colored waters wind their way along small canals lined with water palms trees while thatch and bamboo houses are surrounded by lush orchards.

Can Tho

Can Tho

Can Tho is the largest city in the Mekong Delta. It is located on the south bank of Hau River, the largest tributary of the Mekong, and at 169km from Ho Chi Minh City. Can Tho is renowned for its floating markets, rice paper mills and picturesque canals. The local climat is tropical with monsoons and marked by two distinct seasons: the rainy season from May to November, and the dry season, which runs from December to April.

Chau Doc

Chau Doc

Chau Doc is one of the most beautiful places in the Mekong Delta, just at the border with Cambodia. The Bassac River, flowing through the city, is a waterway for inland navigation and Sam Mountain offers an excellent view point on the vast plains situated on the other side. Due to the strong cultural diversity marked by the Khmer, Cham and Chinese communities, Chau Doc is home to several attractions worth visiting.

My Tho

My Tho

My Tho province is located at approximately 80km from Ho Chi Minh City. The main asset of this region full of rivers is characterized by the possibility to take boat trips in the middle of picturesque islands of fantastic shapes, such as the Phoenix Island, the Turtle Island or Unicorn Island. You can visit the peaceful Vinh Trang Pagoda, a worship temple for Caodaism, and you can enjoy discovering the daily life of the inhabitants.

Da Nang

Da Nang

Da Nang is a major port city lying on the estuary of Han River. The mountains and peninsulas surrounding Da Nang offer both a safe shelter to the port and fantastic landscapes to visitors. Da Nang is a pleasant city in terms of climate and topography, with its white sandy beaches and the banks of the river that are particularly well laid out.

Ba Be

Ba Be

Located at 240km from Hanoi, in Ba Be National Park (Ban Can province), it is one of the largest freshwater lake in the world. In spite of its calcareous soil and its location at 145m above sea level, Ba Be Lake never runs dry. It covers 500ha, its length is 8km and its width is 3km, while its depth varies between 20m and 30m.

Cao Bang

Cao Bang

Cao Bang province, located in the northeastern part of Vietnam, has borne significant importance during the independence war against the French. This is where Nguyen Sinh Cung (also called Nguyen Ai Quoc, meaning “The Patriot”) became Ho Chi Minh. This mountainous area is home to 9 different ethnic groups.

Ha Giang

Ha Giang

Ha Giang province is 300 km north of Hanoi, at the highest latitude in Vietnam. It shares a border with Yunnan province in southern China and is neighboring the provinces of Cao Bang, Tuyen Quang, Lao Cai and Yen Bai. It is a very mountainous area; its landscapes of limestone pinnacles and granite outcrops are among the most spectacular in Vietnam. 22 ethnic minorities, mainly the H'Mong, Tay, Dao, Nung, and Lo Lo, give a lot of colors and cultural value to visits in Ha Giang.

Hoang Su Phi

Hoang Su Phi

Hoang Su Phi is a district of Ha Giang Province, located at 300 km in the northeast of Hanoi. This region is blessed with rugged mountains and lush valleys, but best known for its beautiful rice terraces classified as “National Heritage” by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.

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