Vietnam Destinations

Hanoi and Surroundings

Hanoi and Surroundings

Situated on the bank of Red River, Hanoi is considered a pearl of Southeast Asia. With historic temples and pagodas, well-preserved colonial structures and exquisite cuisine, Hanoi offers its guests a unique and charming experience to be found nowhere else. Hanoi used to be called Thang Long or the...

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Hoan Kiem lake – Lake of the Restored Sword

Hoan Kiem lake – Lake of the Restored Sword

Ho Hoan Kiem (or Lake of the Restored Sword) was once part of the Red river (song Hong). Throughout thousands of years of geographical changes, the lake moved eastward to its present position kilometers from the river. Before the famous historical legend of King Le Loi here, Hoan Kiem Lake...

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Litterature temple

Litterature temple

Les touristes se ruent sur le site pour jeter un oeil dans sa profonde signification traditionnelle à la fois un temple Confucion et la première université du Vietnam. Temple de la Littérature, connu sous le nom “pagode des Corbeaux” pendant la période de la colonisation...

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Halong bay

Halong bay

Ha Long Bay (literally “Bay of Descending Dragon”) is a must see for any visitor to Vietnam. Proudly being recognized twice as a World Heritage Site, Halong features thousands of limestone islands dotting a spectacular seascape.  Some middle islets are also home to amazing grottos and pristine...

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Ba Be and Northest area

Ba Be and Northest area

  Located in Bac Can province, Ba Be Lake is the largest and perhaps the most beautiful natural lake in Vietnam. It is formed by three lakes connected into a single continuous body of water, stretching nearly 8 km north to south. As one of the world’s biggest natural lakes,...

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Cao Bang province

Cao Bang province

Around 272km from Hanoi, Cao Bang is a mountainous province in far-north Vietnam, near Vietnamese-Chinese border. Cao Bang is mostly covered by the jungle and that was the reason why Uncle Ho chose it as the base for the country revolutionary in 1950s. It is a mysterious land of spectacular...

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Ha Giang province

Ha Giang province

Ha Giang is the northernmost province of Vietnam, a rising destination for adventure travelers in Vietnam. Its remote areas reserve a number of delights for you: awe-inspiring landscape, untouched culture and warmhearted people. Ha Giang is situated around 320km to Ha Giang. The land has a rugged...

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Sapa and Northwest area

Sapa and Northwest area

Situated on the magnificent Tonkinese Alps, Sapa is a superb mosaic painting of colorful ethnic culture and awe-inspiring nature. The old French colonial town now welcomes an influx of travellers thanks to its exclusive beauty. Lying above the clouds, Sapa is known as “the town of fog”. It...

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Mu Cang Chai, Lai Chau province

Mu Cang Chai, Lai Chau province

Aux confins du Nord Ouest du Vietnam, dans une région montagneuse recouverte de rizières en escalier, Than Uyen est la capitale d’un district portant le même nom, dans la province de Lai Chau. Ce district couvre une surface de 1630 km² pour une population atteignant le nombre de 86000...

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Mai Chau valley

Mai Chau valley

Mai Chau is a western most district of Hoa BinhProvince, around 135km from Hanoi. It is home to several hill tribal groups, including Thai ethnicity. Most of them live on stilt houses with thatched roofs and eke a living out of terraced rice field cultivation and brocade weaving.   This...

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