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Da Nang
da nang Da Nang (Đà Nẵng) is located on the South China Sea coast, midway between Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.

The city itself has neither the atmosphere of Hanoi nor the hustle-bustle of Ho Chi Minh City, but has its share of sights, and is close to the charms of Hoi An and the imperial capital of Hue.

The city offers visitors some truly mesmerising scenic wonders including the dangerous Haivan Pass, the gorgeous Marble Mountains and absolutely stunning beaches.


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halong bay

Ha Long Bay is located in the Northeast of Vietnam, belonging to Quang Ninh Province. It is in the coastal area. To the west and northwest, Ha Long Bay stretches from Yen Hung District, and includes the large urban areas of Ha Long City and Cam Pha Town, as well as Van Don Island District. To the south and southeast, it is adjacent to the western Tonkin Gulf and to the west and southwest lies Cat Ba Island in the province of Hai Phong. On the world map, Ha Long Bay borders to China in the north and in the east it is adjacent to the East Sea.

Halong Bay, 'Bay of the Descending Dragon' is recognized as the World Natural Heritage Site. Halong consist of mainly limestone and schist islands that lie in a dense cluster and covered with rich vegetation. The splendidly intoxicating beaches and breathtaking scenery is what make Halong Vietnam's most popular tourist destination.

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Hoi An
hoi an

Hoi An is a small town situated on the coast of the South China Sea in Central Vietnam 30 km south of Danang. This beautiful and ancient city is famous for its wooden houses and narrow streets that have virtually remained unchanged for centuries. Visitors also enjoy the fantastic shopping opportunities, especially the silk shops. Hoi An is home to a wide array of hotel accommodation that range from luxury hotels to the quaint inexpensive lodgings.

Hoi An’s label the ‘Ancient City of Vietnam’ is an apt description for this wonderfully charming destination in central Vietnam. UNESCO seems to agree, having awarded it World Heritage status in 1999. Wandering through its protected old town core, visitors are transported back to the 16th century when Hoi An was Vietnam’s most important trading port.


Hoi An is not loaded with entertainment options that cater towards children. This is an old city with an old style, and the majority of activities involve historic sites, traditional homes and people-watching. The nearby beach at Cua Dai is always a good option and accessible to kids. Scuba diving and boat tours to Cham Island are another good way to spend an afternoon.



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Situated along the Perfume River, Hue is one on the most popular tourist destinations in Vietnam. This Imperial city is know as the Vietnamese fashion capital and is home to some of the most luxurious hotels and resorts in the country. This vibrant city is bustling with visitors throughout the year, so it is highly recommended that you make your bookings well in advance.

The central Vietnamese city of Hue has a long and storied history in the annals of Vietnam’s rich culture and tradition. From 1802 to 1945, under the powerful Nguyen Dynasty, it was Vietnam’s capital, and for centuries before that it was the country’s Imperial City.


The outdoor recreation options around Hue are limited, but the Perfume River that runs through town is great for river cruises and Thuan An Beach is just a few minutes away if you and your kids want to wiggle your toes in the sand. The seas are quite rough around Hue, so water sports are not much of an option.


The old city of Hue is a UNESCO World Heritage site for good reason. It was once an imperial city, and has dozens of royal tombs, pagodas, palaces and other intriguing ancient sites worth pondering from the Nguyen dynasty. At the heart of it all is Hue’s main attraction, the Citadel and Imperial City complex.

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Nha Trang
nha trang
The tranquil city of Nha Trang has been a well known travel destination for many years. The city is overflowing with pristine beaches and crystal clear waters and stunning natural beauty. The spectacular Nha Trang Bay is noted as one of the 29 most beautiful bays in the word as it has pristine white sand beaches, stunning islands and a lovely fishing village. The bay offers fantastic diving and snorkelling opportunities with stunning caves and areas that are overflowing with flora and fauna.

Another interesting attraction is the Long Son Pagoda. This architectural wonders is celebrated for the giant white Buddha statue that is located on the hillside of Nha Trang. The city has a wide selection of restaurants that serve local Vietnamese cuisine and international favourites. A unique treat is the famed bird’s nest soup or you can have your fill of the freshest seafood imaginable. There is also a plethora of accommodation on offer including luxury hotels and family friendly lodgings.  

Located in the Khanh Hoa Province of Vietnam, Nha Trang is a coastal town with 10kms of beach and an average daily temperature of 26°C. With a population of around 300,000, Nha Trang retains a small town ambience and its inhabitants are genuinely friendly and welcoming of the increasing numbers of tourists arriving there for holidays and short trips.


Religious, historical and architectural treasures constitute the main entries on a list of must-sees for the city of Nha Trang with the Po Nagar Cham Towers arguably the most interesting place to visit.

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Phan Thiet
phan thiet

The picturesque city of Phan Thiet is one of the most beautiful cities in Vietnam. The city is filled with rolling hills and overflowing with flowery plants. The lovely fishing village and sheltered shoreline is blanketed with sand dunes and is a popular spot for tourist seeking a respite. The town centre houses a number of oriental temples and opulent palaces.

One of most interesting sights is the Ho Chi Minh Museum, which houses fascinating exhibits that depict the history of Ho Chi Minh. Mui Ne beach is another very popular attraction. This beautiful tropical beach is lined with groups of swaying coconut trees and enormous sand dunes. Favourite sporting activities on beach include windsurfing and parasailing. Phan Thiet has a quality selection of accommodation on offer including private beach resorts and five-star hotels. Phan Thiet also has quite a few elegant restaurant and colourful bars dotted throughout the city.

Only four hours away by bus from Ho Chi Minh City, Phan Thiet is a quiet little beach town with a charming fishing village atmosphere. The town is surrounded by a string of rolling hills, green vegetation and a sheltered shoreline covered with sand dunes.


Phan Thiet is really more of a resort town for those who want to relax and take it easy, as well as for avid water sports enthusiasts. There are, however, some good and exciting activities for children. Beaches are always popular and provide endless opportunities for play, while sliding down a sand dune is something the kids will talk about with their friends even when they’ve returned home.  


While attractions in Phan Thiet city itself are somewhat limited, the beautiful surroundings provide lots of great sights to visit. One of the main places of interest in the city is the charming harbour with its fishing boats. There are also plenty of pagodas and natural attractions within easy reach.


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phan thiet
phan thiet
Phu Quoc
phu quoc beach

Phu Quoc Island, 'The Island of 99 Mountains' is situated just south of Cambodia but belongs to Vietnam. Located near the Gulf of Thailand, Phu Quoc is one of the most picturesque vacation spots in Asia.

Visitors come to enjoy the sandy beaches, the azure waters and the lush tropical landscapes of this seventh heaven. There are numerous 5-star accommodation on offer for the discriminating traveller. For those travellers on a budget, you can relax as there are moderately priced accommodation throughout the island. It is recommended that you make your hotel reservations in advance for this year-round destination. 

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Da Lat


Dalat City is indeed a lovely combination of natural landscapes and impressive architecture. This remarkable destination offers hotel accommodation that are a far cry from the ruggedness of the land. Many of the hotels on offer are upscale, modern facilities that offer amenities such as Jacuzzi, saunas and massage. This is truly a getaway that will allow you to see real nature in the best possible setting. 


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Can Tho
can tho


The city of Can Tho is quickly becoming a top tourist destination in Vietnam. Can Tho has developed a very impressive hotel infrastructure, a top-notch theatre and arts scene and a vibrant nightlife. One of the most fascinating attractions is the famous 'floating markets'. Here locals and visitors alike can buy and sell everything from silk to jewellery to food products.


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Cat Ba

cat ba

Cat Ba Island: The biggest among the 366 islands on the Lan Ha Bay. The island is praised for its magnificent scenery of luring mountains facing the dazzling blue sea. Excellent beaches on the island with its white sandy stretch as well as its warm, clear water are all ideal for your relaxation. Almost half of the Island was declared a national park, known as Cat Ba Island National Park, covering the tropical forest inland, the coastal mangrove swamps, and coral reefs offshore.

The most highlighted beaches among others include Cat Co and Cat Dua. These are the large beaches separated by a small mountain range, an ideal place to swim as the water is warm and so clear that you can see the golden sand beneath. Adjacent to the Cat Co Beach, there are also fascinating caves and grottoes waiting your discovery and exploration, including Hang Luon, Khe Sau, Trung Trang, Gia Luan and Kim Cuong.

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Chau Doc
chau doc


Scenically located on the Hua Giang River, the picturesque city of Chau Doc is filled with a plethora of attractions including intricately designed temples and mosque, lush landscapes and quaint floating villages.


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Haiphong, is home to some of the most famous sites in Vietnam including the Nghe Temple, the elephant shaped Voi Mountain, and the magnificent Du Hang Pagoda (a pre-Le Dynasty architecture).

Visitors travel to Haiphong to view its stunning limestone mountains and awe-inspiring caves and to soak in the sun on beautiful white sand beaches. There are a number of hotels and resorts on offer throughout the city ranging from the inexpensive lodgings to 5-star beach resorts. It is advisable to make hotel reservations in advance. 

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Quy Nhon
quy nhon

Quy Nhon, Vietnam is a coastal city that is also the capital of the Binh Dinh province. Situated in central Vietnam, it offers a variety of different landscapes such as plains, salt marshes, lakes, rivers as well as mountains and forests.

As Vietnam has rapidly grown, more and more resorts and accommodation has began to dot the coast, offering visitors a plethora of activities both in and outside the water. The town itself is a working one, with plenty of fishing and manufacturing activities, but still offers a traditional selection of markets, dining and nightlife. 

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Sa Pa


Sapa is a charming village that lies on the Hoang Lien Son mountain range near the Chinese border in NW Vietnam. Also known as the 'Tonkinese Alps', Sapa is truly a destination where visitors can experience natural beauty and old-world traditions. The city has a Saturday outdoor market that has become extremely popular among tourist and locals. The hotels options are plentiful; however, it is recommended that you make your bookings well in advance. 

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Vung Tau
vung tau

Vung Tau is located in the south of Vietnam, and is situated at the tip of a small peninsula about 125 km from Saigon. The city has some stunning beaches and the Front Beach area is a favourite spot for visitors as well as locals. Vung Tau is also home to one of Vietnam's most well known golf courses. There are also some impressive restaurants, fantastic shops and an extensive selection of hotel accommodation on offer in this exotic and vibrant city. 

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Quang Binh
quang binh

Quang Binh is located in the North Central Coast of Vietnam near the crossways between North and South Vietnam, Laos, and Thailand. Thousands of visitors every year come to see the holy land of La Vang and the Quang Tri Citadel. The Ben Hai River offers visitors serene and natural splendour, while the underground tunnels will fascinate history buffs and explorers. Quang Tri has a number of comfortable hotels, but please make sure to make your bookings in advance. 


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Thanh Hoa
thanh hoa
Thanh Hoa is located in the gateway connecting the northern and southern parts of the country. It is surrounded by Hoa Binh, Ninh Binh, Nghe An, Laos, and the East Sea. Many ethnic groups live in this area, including the Kinh, Muong, Thai, H’mong, Dao, and Tho.

Famous sites include Sam Son Resort with smooth beaches, emerald waters, and a view of the Truong Le Mountain. Doc Cuoc Temple is another interesting destination in the area.

Thanh Hoa is a large province of Central Vietnam. It borders Ninh Binh to the north and Nghe An to the south. It also borders Laos to the west, and the Gulf of Bac Bo (Tonkin) to the east.

Thanh Hoa is comprised of three categories of mountain, plain and mid-land terrains. It's coastline is 102km in length. Being the dwelling place of the ancient Viets, Thanh Hoa is proud of the glorious Dong Son culture.

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