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Warmly welcome you to Vietnam, a country with great potential for tourism and a new destination with new experiences. Vietnam owns most of travel styles that foreigner tourists looking for: Discover UNESCO's Heritages in Vietnam, enjoy amazing landscapes in Northern mountainous provinces with highest mountain peak of Fansipan, relax on the most beautiful beaches along the coastline of Vietnam, and learn about local culture, tradition and lifestyle in different regions in a long and narrow country.
Our journey through Vietnam led us to a Province Called Ninh Binh. a friendly place where there are massive river cave systems in which you can ride a bout through for as little as $7 US, well worth it! it goes for 2 hours and the cave system is awesome the whole way! Vietnam has many beautiful places but the was by far one on the most amazing this we did.

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Ho Chi Minh City’s nightlife scene varies from one district to another, though venues that play live music close soon after midnight due to Vietnam’s rather strict laws. If you’re looking to party in style, District 1’s rooftop bars and swanky nightclubs stay open until 03:00 or later, offering excellent service, dance tunes, stylish ambience, well-dressed crowds, and panoramic views of the vibrant city and beyond.
Moving down several kilometres into Districts 3 and 5, Saigon’s Pham Ngu Lao is lined with boisterous street bars and pubs, cheap eats, live music, and casual ambience – great options for backpackers looking to mingle with fun-loving locals. Embracing about any mood, price point, and style, here’s a helpful guide on what to do at night in Ho Chi Minh City.

The Ban Ba waterfall is located on the Phieng Khang mountainside in Trung Ha commune, Chiem Hoa district, 70 km from Tuyen Quang city.

From Chiem Hoa, there is a small road of about 25 km long leading to the waterfall deep in the jungle.Legend has it that in the old days, there was a young couple from a distant place came here to live and set up Lac Ban village in the neighboring province of Ha Giang. Days went by, and the village of Lac Ban became more crowded.

Lac Ban village maintained an annual event: a bamboo rafting competition at the nearby small waterfall to show the power and braveness of boys. That waterfall swept away many people. The families of these victims cried for many days for the dead and their tears mixed in water to form the large waterfall today. That annual event has no longer existed.

The Ban Ba waterfall has a length of about 3 km, created by three major layers of waterfall. The first waterfall is called Tat Cum, the second called Tat Cao and the third called Tat Gio. Between these layers are small waterfalls with the height of 5-7 m, small canyons and the blue water ponds.
 

The surrounding ecosystem is the ancient woods of a few hundred years old, with many precious woods and tangled vines. Vegetation is rich, with a lot of bird species and colorful butterflies. From afar, Ban Ba waterfall falls down, creating picturesque scenery. At the foot of the waterfall, the fields are lush all year round. Tay, Nung people build their houses on the mountain slopes, hidden in the valley. Tourists visit this place fully enjoy the pristine and romantic scenery.

The Ban Ba waterfall was recognized as National Monument in 2007 and is one of the destinations of nature lovers and those who love adventurous explorations.

Besides visiting the spectacular waterfall deep in the primeval forest, you can also visit the jungle with many precious plants. After a long trip, you should stop to taste a meal with bamboo shoots, sticky rice, chicken, fish sauce and the delicious specialties of Tuyen Quang.
 
Source: Vietnamnet

Ha Long Bay (also "Halong Bay") is in northern Vietnam, 170 km (105 mi) east of Hanoi. The bay is famous for its scenic ocean karst topography and is often included in lists of natural wonders of the world. Ha long Bay is a bay located in the area of the Gulf of Tangkia, north of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. It has an area of 1,500 square kilometers and has a coastline about 120 kilometers away from Hanoi. The name was based on the pronunciation in the Vietnam language "Viet Nam Ha Long".

See In Ha long Bay, there are around 1969 limestone rising from the sea. On top of each island has a massive amount of trees. There are several large caves located within the island. The biggest cave in the Bay area is a wooden cave, formerly known as the Grotte des Island. The largest islands in the Bay area Gad bah Island and Tuan Chau Island. There are people living permanently in these islands. On these islands, there are many beaches and hotels serving the tourists. Some small island is the Habitat of several animal species, such as chickens, antelope, wild monkeys and species of lizards. These islands are named from the shape such as Koh Chang, Koh Kaichon, Koh Langka etc.

The Ha Long Bay archipelago is made up of 1,969 islands, both settled and uninhabited. These can be accessed from various ports, though in the special case of Cat Ba you can also arrive either by car, motorbike or bus (via Haiphong) or combined bus/boat (from Hanoi via Halong City).
 
This unique UNESCO World Heritage Site is a popular place for tourists and it is good to know that large parts of Ha Long Bay are officially protected from development. The islands vary greatly in size and shape as well as structure.

 

Source: Wiki Travel

Trang An Grottoes (7 km from Ninh Binh), an easy bicycle ride away, Trang An Grottoes is similar to Tam Coc but with many more caves to pass through. Most caves have been widened in order for the boats to pass through and as result their natural beauty has been compromised. The first two caves are the most natural and beautiful but are also tight in places, so watch your head. 

Lots of concrete structures are being built all over the place and rice paddies are disappearing fast but hopefully this area will not lose its splendor. The site was mainly built for Vietnamese and Chinese tourists. However, you are much less likely to be bothered by vendors selling beverages and hand embroidered gifts. 

As with Tam Coc it is best to go early in the morning or in late afternoon (last boat is 4pm) to avoid the buses of tour groups coming from Hanoi. Ride takes about 3 hours with short couple stops to visit some temples. Each boat leaves with 4 people, but will leave with more or fewer depending on the demand. 15,000 parking fee for bikes, but you could park them near some restaurants just next to the parking if you are willing to take a little risk 150,000 per person.

Source: Wiki Travel

Ninh Binh (pronounced Neeng Beeng) is the capital city of Ninh Binh Province in North Vietnam, famous for the nearby Karst scenery around the village of Tam Coc. There is nothing to do in Ninh Binh itself aside from drinking beer with the locals; the town is more useful as a base for the surrounding countryside. Ninh Binh is a regular station for the Reunification Express, with trains coming from both North and South.

It is usually a quick stop, with few people getting off, especially at night, so get off quick or miss the stop. From Hanoi, train leaves at 6:00, 9:00, 13:10, 19:30, 20:10 and 22:10 (2 and half to 3-hour ride). Ask for a cushioned seat. If you have very rigid travel dates, are traveling on a public holiday, or can't be bothered to head down to the train station before your train you can book tickets online. 

Vietnam Impressive is a reliable agency. Alternatively you can now book directly through the official VNR website which is available in English. They offer an e-ticket option and seat selection service. As of June 2015, trains only stop in Ninh Binh's new train station, which is ~1km south of the old one. Take this into account when other sections make reference of hotels or restaurants in the train station area, as they will mean the old station.

 

Source: Wiki Travel

Dalat is a mid-sized city that looks like a cross between Vietnam and the French Alps. Outside of the city centre, it is surrounded by a series of pine-covered hills, lakes, and higher peaks, making for some lovely scenery quite different from the rest of Vietnam. Temperatures are pleasantly warm by day, and quite cool at night, down to perhaps 10 degrees Celsius. Be aware that during summer months, rain comes at least once a day and can sometimes dictate the mood and activities you are planning. 

The city centre is quite small and feels very urban, concrete, and patches of streets and buildings are in disrepair or construction. However, outside of the small urban centre is a spacious landscape of well kempt and pretty hotels, cafes, restaurants, and lakes peppered among the rolling green hills and pine trees to offer tourists an escape from city life. Even further out from those are fields of fruits, vegetables, coffee, and canopied flower gardens that are harvested and exported across Vietnam. 

The tempo of life in Dalat is very relaxed, traffic is not frenetic except for the central area, streets are spacious, and the local populace is friendly to foreigners. Dalat is very much a niche tourism town, open to those seeking a respite from the heat of the rest of Vietnam, a change in scenery to lush pine forests and rolling hills, or those seeking world class golf. There is a steady flow during some parts of the year of tourist from all walks of life and places, small hotels, cafe's lining its streets and plenty of small shops offering anything from orchids to knitwear. 

The vast majority of visitors are Vietnamese, although plenty of Americans and Europeans find their way, either on short package tours, soul searching, or drawn by the scenery, vivid blue skies, fresh air, flower-filled parks, and local culinary treats. Dalat is a favourite destination for company weekend outings, family get-aways, and honeymooners. Most guidebooks for overseas visitors describe Dalat as a tourist town with a colourful approach to tourism. Dalat is a very pleasant stop, on a north-south tour (or vice versa), or a pleasant outing from the heat of Saigon. 

For overseas visitors, it offers mostly a chance to cool down, observe some beautiful landscape and agriculture, view a bit of the French legacy, the Indochine legend and its momentous glories and the architecture untouched by the Vietnam conflict left behind,a unique place to enjoy the atmosphere of a unique country and its people. 

Dalat is also surrounded by some of the best mountain biking, hiking and canyoning opportunities in Vietnam, with hills of coffee and tea plantations, which evoke images of the colonial hill stations of the north of India. Dalat's high altitude (1500-2000m) and fertile landscape make it one of Vietnam's premier agricultural areas, producing varieties of fruits, vegetables, tea, coffee beans, and flowers that do not grow in the lowlands. In markets as far north as Hanoi and Hai Phong, vegetable and flower vendors will tout their "made in Dalat" produce.

Source: Wiki Travel

Hoi An, Vietnam 

Hoi An, once known as Faifo, with more than 2,000 years history, was the principal port of the Cham Kingdom, which controlled the strategic spice trade with Indonesia from the 7th to the 10th century and was a major international port in the 16th and 17th centuries - and the foreign influences are discernible to this day.

The culture & heritage is mostly from the Cham people whose kingdom originally stretched from Hue South to Phan Thiet (South of Nha Trang) - the Champa's most likely originally from Java. The original Cham political capital was Tra Kieu, the commercial capital was Hoi An and the spiritual capital was My Son (Hindu). The Cham people were Hindu, and by the 10th century the influence of Arab traders to Hoi An resulted in some converting to become Muslims.

The second major influence was from the Chinese, firstly from traders but especially the escaping Ming Dynasty armies who after settling in Hoi An for some years moved further south and created Saigon as a major trading port.

The third and last major influence of culture & heritage was from the Vietnamese and is fairly recent and only came after the Cham lost control of this area. For a tourist wanting Vietnamese culture & heritage, Hue is a much better destination than Hoi An (but the weather is much rougher too!).

While the serious shipping business has long since moved to Da Nang, the heart of the city is still the Old Town, full of winding lanes and Chinese-styled shophouses, which is particularly atmospheric in the evening as the sun goes down. While almost all shops now cater to the tourist trade, the architecture has been largely preserved, which is unusual in Vietnam, and renovation has proceeded slowly and carefully - it's mercifully absent of towering concrete blocks and karaoke parlours.

River in Hoi An

The culture & heritage that UNESCO World Heritage Site status for Hoi An Ancient Town was trying to preserve has long since gone. Since 1999, when UNESCO WHS status was awarded, there has been a massive increase in tourism - with the result that most houses have been sold by the community to speculators and shop owners to be used for commercial purposes. The former community, and with it their culture and heritage, has gone and in their place are endless indistinguishable shops, restaurants, art galleries, etc. There are literally hundreds of tailor shops in Hoi An.
 
UNESCO Biosphere Reserve status also applies for Hoi An Ancient Town, but in reality this status, like many other UNESCO statuses, is not being cherished by site management.
 
The main thoroughfare in the Old Town is Tran Phu. Just south of the Old Town, across the Thu Bon River, are the islands of An Hoi to the west, reachable via Hai Ba Trung, and Cam Nam to the east, reachable via Hoang Dieu.
 

Hoi An is known for clothing and shoes, with more than 600 shops catering to a very limited pool of tourists. Walk some of the streets outside the old town and you will see open-fronted workshops operating all hours where the clothes are made.

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Ha Giang is a province in the northeast region of Vietnam, impresses visitors with its high karst plateau, steep hills, winding roads and ethnic diversity. It is ideal for outdoor activities such as trekking and camping.
 
The province of Ha Giang is located in the far north of Vietnam, surrounded by Cao Bang, Tuyen Quang, Lao Cai and Yen Bai, and contains Vietnam's northernmost point. It shares a long border with the south of China. There are 10 districts including Bac Quang, Quang Binh, Xin Man, Hoang Su Phi, Vi Xuyen, Quan Ba, Yen Minh, Dong Van, Meo Vac, Bac Me and 1 city (Ha Giang city).
 
The climate is divided into two distinct seasons: rainy and dry season. Depending on the altitude, climate will change. The province is good to visit throughout the year. September to November and March to May are when the temperature is most pleasurable, in their mid 20's. The summer months can be quite rainy and in lower altitudes humid, expect more than 30 degrees. December and a bit into February the temperature falls, especially in the mountains so carry some good clothing. There are years when snow has been falling over Ha Giang.
 
October and November is peak season for local Vietnamese tourists. It is the time when the buckwheat is flowering and expect that hotels, hostels and motorbike rentals can be very busy. It is a very good idea to book your stay and activities in advance during these months.
The Vietnam Record Book Center (Vietkings) has made public ten fruits of the highest economic value in Vietnam. These kinds of fruits are not only delicious and popular, but also meet the criteria for export. The ten fruits are named after the first “Seeking Vietnam’s specialties” program 2012. The Intellectual Property Office has granted the “Certificate of registered trademark” to these fruits.
 

1. Yellow longan is a famous fruit of the southern coastal city of Vung Tau. This variety of longan is appropriate to sandy soil.

In Vung Tau, there are over 200 households planting yellow longan. Vung Tau yellow longan was granted with the Certificate of registered trademark in 2006.
 

2. Thanh Ha litchi is a specialty of the northern province of Hai Duong. This litchi variety has been in Hai Duong for more than 150 years. All litchi trees in Thanh Ha were multiplied from the ancestor litchi in Thuy Lam village in Thanh Son commune, Thanh Ha district, Hai Duong province.

The Intellectual Property Office granted the Certificate of registered trademark to Thanh Ha litchi in 2007.
 

3. Sapote is a specialty of the southern province of Tien Giang. Mac Bac sapote is a widely-known brand in Tien Giang and the Mekong Delta.

This variety is planted in communes on the bank of the Tien River, totaling around 2,000 hectares.
 

4. Lo Ren (blacksmith) star apple in Vinh Kim village in Chau Thanh district of the southern province of Tien Giang was created by a smith.

Lo Ren star apple is planted in many communes in Cho Gao district of Tien Giang province.
 

5. Hoa Loc mango has been a very famous fruit brand in southern Vietnam. Hoa Loc is the old name of Hoa Hung commune in Cai Be district of Tien Giang province. 

This variety of mango is not delicious if it is planted outside Hoa Loc.
 

6. Pitaya is a famous fruit variety of Binh Thuan province and Vietnam in general.

Pitaya is a major export product of Binh Tuan to Asian countries like Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore and China.
 

7. Green peel pomelo is a specialty of the southern province of Ben Tre.

This variety is planted in My Thanh An in Ben Tre city and Mo Cay district.
 
Green peel pomelo won the first prize at a fruit competition held by the Southern Region Institute for Fruit Research.
 

8. Pho Hien longan is the famous Huong Chi longan variety in the northern province of Hung Yen the past.

There are various longan varieties in Hung Yen but Huong Chi longan is the best.

9. Ri6 durian of the southern province of Vinh Long is praised to be the best durian variety in Vietnam. It is named Ri6 after the name of Mr. Sau Ri, who created this variety in 1990.

10. Sugar mandarin is a famous fruit variety in the southern province of Tra Vinh.

Enjoying the natural beauty of Dalat is the biggest reason to visit. Spend some time in the little city. It has some good food and interesting activities, but spend most of your time in the countryside.
 
Dalat is surrounded by scenic highlands filled with fragrant pine forests, vast lakes, picturesque waterfalls, and green rolling hills for as far as you can see. With an elevation of around 1500m, the climate is much cooler and more pleasant than most of Vietnam. The temperate climate and natural beauty make it a perfect playground for relaxation or romance or adventure or mixture of these. Dalat is good for everything from sightseeing, romantic strolls, and family picnics to various adventure sports and natural thrills.

The Dalat area is great for singles, couples, and families. There is enough to see and do here to fill weeks, but a 3-day stay will let you sample the best of Dalat.

Crazy House

The Crazy House is the most unique and original building in Vietnam. It’s a wild on-going art project, a public exhibit, and a functioning hotel. This surreal place is a like a Dr. Seuss building come to life. You can explore every nook and cranny like the wacky animal-themed guestrooms. It’s a definite must-see for everyone. Entry is 40,000VND ($2USD).

Valley of Love

Dalat is the honeymoon capital of Vietnam, and the Valley of Love is designed to appeal to lovers. It’s probably the most scenic spot in the city. It’s a huge, sprawling park that spans several square miles. The center of the park is a pretty lake surrounded by sloping hills covered in pine trees – perfect for long romantic strolls. There are also massive gardens with elaborate flower sculptures, numerous statues, and a tram ride that circles the whole area. Entry is 40,000VDN ($2USD).

Robin Hill/Cable Car Ride

Robin Hill is the highest points in Dalat city and has some of the best views. A beautiful relief sculpture adorns the steps leading up the hill. It depicts idyllic scenes of the indigenous mountain tribes. At the top, there is cable car ride that stretches for 1.6 miles (2.6 km) over the gorgeous countryside and ends at the hilltop Zen Monastery of Truc Lam. The cable car ride is 50,000VND ($2.5USD) for a one-way ticket and 70,000VND ($3.5USD) for a round trip.

Truc Lam Zen Monastery

Truc Lam Monastery is the largest Zen Monastery in all of Vietnam. Its hilltop location above Tuyen Lam Lake provides some amazing views. The many temples and other buildings have an elegant and refined beauty. The grounds also contain several beautiful gardens. And this is an active monastery where you can meet the hundreds of monks that live here. Free Entry.

Old Railway Station

Built in 1932, Dalat’s old train station is a top site of historical and architectural interest. There are some old steam trains on exhibit that visitors can climb into and explore. The best aspect of the station is a scenic 4.5 mile (7km) vintage train ride to nearby Trai Mat village, where you can visit Linh Phuoc Temple. This ride takes you through some beautiful landscapes. Free entry to the station. Round trip ticket to Trai Mat is 150,000VND ($6.5USD).

Source: Vietnam Guide
Most travelers to Vietnam are attracted by the country’s wonderful natural beauty: From the green rice fields in the north to the fascinating bustle of the Mekong Delta in the south. Vietnam however is also a country with a long history and ancient traditions. It has many historic attractions and old temples. An overview of the most amazing tourist attractions in Vietnam.

1. Ha Long Bay:

 Ha Long Bay is situated in north Vietnam round a 120 kilometer long coast line and is literally translated as “Bay of Descending Dragons”. The top tourist attraction in Vietnam, Ha Long Bay features thousands of islands, each topped with thick jungle vegetation, forming a spectacular seascape of limestone pillars. Several of the islands are hollow, with enormous caves, others islands include lakes and some support floating villages of fishermen.

2. Hoi An: 

This fishing-village-turned-tourist-attraction is situated on the coast of the South China Sea. Hoi An has been an international port from the 16th century although the serious shipping business has long since moved to the city of Da Nang. The heart of the city is still the Old Town, full of winding lanes and Chinese-styled shops. It is sometimes called the “Venice of Vietnam” because of the narrow canals that cut through part of the town.

3. Phu Quoc Island:

Located in front of the Cambodia coast, Phu Quoc is the largest island in Vietnam. Phu Quoc is what Phuket would be if it hadn’t been overrun by development. The island features pristine tropical forests, undamaged coral reefs and great beaches. One of its beaches, named Bai Dai (Long Beach), was chosen by the ABC News as one of five beautiful and clean beaches. Phu Quoc is famous for producing the best nuoc mam or fermented fish sauce in the world.

4. Sa Pa Terraces:

Sa Pa is a town in northwest Vietnam not far from the Chinese border. Rice terraces can be found in the Muong Hoa valley between Sa Pa town and the Fansipan Mountain, on a backdrop of thick bamboo woodlands. Local mountain people, the Hmong, Giay, Dao, Tay, and Giay, grow rice and corn on these paddy terraces, along with vegetables.

5. Phong Nha Caves:

Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park boasts many attractions, but none is so popular as its caves. The Phong Nha Caves are made up of hundreds of cave systems, many of which are large enough to hold entire city blocks. The biggest, and most notable, is Hang Son Doong. A gateway to the caves is Son Trach, a growing village that is home to several transport links throughout Vietnam, local restaurants and meeting points for guided tours to the caves.

6. Hang Son Doong Cave:

One of the largest caves in the world, and certainly the largest in Vietnam, is Hang Son Doong. Approximately three million years old, Hang Son Doong Cave is an incredible destination unlike anywhere else on the planet. The cave is enormous, and it is possible for dozens of people to camp within it at a time. Bright blue water pools are located in the cave, and a river runs through it. Lush greenery lines the walls, thanks to erosion that lets in beams of sunlight. The cave is ethereal, and guided tours are available to best explore this amazing landmark.

7. Tam Coc:

In the Ninh Binh province of Northern Vietnam is Tam Coc, which translates to English as three caves. The three caves are nestled in a scenic landscape of limestone cliffs and rice paddies, and the river winds through the region. The caves are called Hang Cả, Hang Hai, and Hang Ba, and they serve as the area’s main attraction. Guided boat tours take you to the caves and along the Ngo Dong River, which is often dotted with floating vendors capitalizing on the tourist trade.

8. Con Dao Islands:

Under French rule, the Con Dao Islands were known as the Devil’s Island of Indochina, a place where thousands of prisoners of war were kept. Today, this group of 16 islands off the southern coast of Vietnam has a completely different purpose. Visitors come for the beautiful beaches and the abundance of scuba diving and snorkeling spots. However, the history of Con Dao can still be explored at some of the prison buildings that still stand.

9. My Khe Beach:

The most scenic spot in Da Nang is arguably My Khe Beach. Also known as China Beach, this was where US servicemen were helicoptered in for R&R during the Vietnam War. These days people come here however for tis pristine white sand, blue water and sunny skies. Visitors can rent a lounge chair on the sand, relax in the shade under a thatched umbrella or rent a kayak from nearby vendors. Many hotels and cafes are within walking distance of My Khe Beach, making it a hub for visitors as well as locals in search of incredible views.

10. My Son:

More than 1,600 years ago, the Chan people of Vietnam began construction on dozens of Hindu temples near the village of Duy Phú. Under the shadow of Cat’s Tooth Mountain, and surrounded by a green valley, several of these temples still stand. Known collectively as My Son, most of the temples are now ruins. However, that only adds to the atmosphere. Visiting My Son is like stepping back in time, thanks in part to its secluded location and the lack of touristy infrastructure.

  • Get inspired by the French: learn to cook French-influenced Vietnamese food or take in an opera at the Hanoi or Saigon opera houses
  • Crawl through the Cu Chi tunnels, used by the Viet Cong guerillas as hiding spots, view the remnants of the bomb craters, and even fire an AK-47 nearby
  • Cruise in an old junk in Ha Long Bay - “Bay of Descending Dragons” - a world heritage site famous for limestone karsts and isles in various shapes and sizes
  • Take a cruise in the Mekong Delta for the timeless scenery of farmers planting rice in their paddies or to see its floating markets and lush green scenery
  • Tour Vietnam on the back of a motorcycle or bicycle - it’s a great way to cover long distances, see the countryside, go off the beaten track, and feel like a local
  • Hike or bike up the picturesque mountains of Sapa, known for its rugged scenery, rice terraces and ethnic diversity
  • Shop for silk and tailored clothes in the coastal town of Hoi An, once a thriving international port known for its trade of silk and ceramics
  • Eat Pho - Vietname Noodles - and drink Vietnamese coffee at any one of the many pop-up cafes. It’s cheap and you just have to point to what you want
Vietnamese food is distinct and unforgettable. The cuisine relies on a balance of salty, sweet, sour and hot flavours, achieved through use of nuoc mam, a fermented fish sauce, cane sugar, the juice of kalamansi citrus fruit or tamarind and chilli peppers. Dishes use plenty of fresh herbs but tend not to be overly spicy, as chilli sauces are served separately. From the new Rough Guide to Vietnam, we’ve picked ten essential Vietnamese foods everyone should try.
With over 2000 miles of coastline, Vietnam has plenty of secluded coves with white sands and waters fit for snorkelling. For days spent sunbathing and evenings watching stunning sunsets, you can relax on the golden beaches and get a dose of sunshine and surf these are the best beaches in Vietnam:
  • The largely undeveloped east coast of Phu Quoc is less frequented than, but just as beautiful as, the more popular west. A strong contender for the most beautiful beach on the island, Star Beach (Bai Sao) has dazzling white sands and mesmerizing, often ca
  • Whilst not technically a beach, kayaking across tranquil waters and swimming amidst twinkles of phosphorescent plankton are both possible in spectacular Halong Bay. From November to March there can be chilly days of drizzly weather when the splendour and
  • Nha Trang, a delightful south coast city, is generally recognised as Vietnam’s premier beach destination. Six kilometres of sand joins the sea to the city, with rolling waves on one side and fringed on the other by cafes, restaurants, and some unusual mod
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