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Hanoi, Vietnam's Capital, is arguably the most beautiful capital in Southeast Asia, a city of charm. Hanoi still reserves almost intact nearly 600 pagodas and temples. Many city streets with their ancient architecture bustle with trading activities.


Sapa: 1600m above the sea level and 30km from the northern province of Lao Cai. It is well-known for spectacular scenery and multi-cultural activities of hilltribes. Fan-Si-Pan of 3100m is the name of the highest mountain in Sapa and in Vietnam as well. Tourists come to Sapa with the purpose of visiting exotic hilltribe villages such as Lao Cai, Tavan, Catcat, Tafin, Bac Ha cultural market. Especially, Sapa love market on Saturday mid-nights often excites one’s curiosity to know how hill girls and boys to express their love to one another…

HA LONG BAY (World Natural Heritage)

Ha Long is considered one of the natural wonders of the world. The Bay's tranquil beauty encompasses 1,500 square miles dotted with more than 3,000 limestone islands and islets. Bizarre rock sculptures jut dramatically from the sea and numerous grottoes have created a very picturesque setting.

HUE (World Cultural Heritage)

This imperial city of the 19th century was for a long time the cultural and intellectual center of Vietnam. Today, Hue is the nation's major architectural treasure and the most attractive destination for tourists.


Da Nang was the first principality of the Cham people in central Vietnam with the strong influence of Indian and Chinese culture and civilization. Da Nang offers the Cham Museum, the Marble Mountains and China Beach, all are  in close vicinity. The China Beach was once an in-country rest and recreation center for the US Military during the Vietnam war. Da Nang is the starting-point for excursions to Hoi An and My Son.

HOI AN (World Cultural Heritage)

Hoi An stands the most beautiful city in Vietnam for many visitors. The architecture, dating from 1700's, is a mix of Chinese, French, Japanese, and Occidental styles.

MY SON (World Cultural Heritage)

My Son is Vietnam's most important Cham site. It is considered to be Champa's counterpart to the grand cities of South-East Asia's other civilizations: Angkor, Pagan, Authaya and Borbudur.


NhaTrang: offers the best combination of clean beaches and warm weather that is excellent for relaxation. However, its exotic islands and clear water aslo offer good sites for marine sports such as scuba-diving / snorkeling… Moreover, Cham towers of over 1000 years in NhaTrang are the biggest and most imposing ones telling visitors about Champa people history and culture. NhaTrang can be visited between January and October every year. To get there is easy by road and by air…


Dalat is renowned not only for its tranquil beauty, French style architectures but also for its cool and fresh air climate of the mountain region. Especially worth seeing are its several romantic waterfalls.


The biggest city in Vietnam now was formerly known as Saigon. Ho Chi Minh City has restored famous hotels like the Majestic, the Continental, and the Rex, plus newly opened Asian luxury hotels. Worth seeing are some temples, the palace of Jade Emperor, the Unification Palace, the Museum of History, the War Crimes Museum and the bustling Chinatown.


Mekong delta: is regarded as the national rice bowl in the richest and most prolific agricultural region of Vietnam. Colorful floating markets with bustling goods exchanges on the rivers, exotic islands with bonsai and tropical fruit gardens, pretty rice paddies, a lot of rivers and canals…are highlights in this lovely area…

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