The list of things to see and to do in Vietnam could be made endless and there are more than a hundred attractions to choose from. To make it easier we have picked out the Vietnam highlights for you. Enjoy!
It's "Skull Island", but let's be honest, it's mostly Vietnam. Rocky islands soaring out of the ocean? Steep-sided mountains and thick jungles? Let’s find out where the movie was filmed. Allow your adventurous side to flourish, you can follow in the footsteps of Samuel L. Jackson, Brie Larson and Tom Hiddleston.
Vietnam is a country with a diverse range of landscapes, cultures and ethnic groups, contained within its uniquely long and thin geography. Increasing foreign tourists flock flock to Vietnam to see the beautiful natural sceneries and ancient places that have survived the hands of time.
Pho is a very popular traditional food in Vietnam, a steaming bowl of pho noodle soup is never hard to find. Pho consists of flat rice noodles in a light, soup, chicken or beef with typical spices which usually accompanied by, lime, lime leaves and chili.
Once you visit Hanoi, the charming and attractive sightseeing must give you the unforgettable memories. If you want to share your own experiences with your friends, the best way is taking beautiful and impressive photos of Hanoi. Below are some favorite places with natural settings which provide nice backgrounds for…
Hanoi – the capital of Vietnam – with the given title "City for Peace", is the most interesting places for tourists. With a thousand years of history, Hanoi is one of the main cultural centers of Vietnam, where most Vietnamese dynasties have left their imprints. Nowadays, the city still has many interesting…
Different from romantic Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City also has its own charm. Observe the dynamic life in the vibrant place which was once considered “Pearl of the Far East”, join in a unique mix of culture from many regions along Vietnam, all ensure new interesting experiences.
Coming here on your first trip may be shocking and in a sense, mind boggling as well. You will be experiencing a new culture all together and being exposed to different ethnicities while you’re at it. This is a great way to learn more about the country and its culture by touring the motherland, so to speak.
If you have quite a bit time travel to Hoi An, you are strongly recommend ride only seven-kilometers to discover Cam Thanh Village. Lying within the complex of Cu Lao Cham, Cam Thanh has been developed to be an ecotourism center with its motto being an environmentally friendly destination.