Bac Giang Guide

Bac Giang Province is located to the Northeast of Vietnam, the provincial capital city is 50km northeast of Hanoi. The terrain of Bac Giang is higher to the east and lower to the west. There are high mountain peaks of over 1,000m above sea level to the east of the province which belong to the Yen Tu Mountain Range.

Bac Kan Guide

Bac Kan is located to the Northeast of Vietnam, the provincial capital is Bac Kan City, 160km north of Hanoi. During the Franco – Viet Minh War (1946-1954), Bac Kan was the capital of the liberated zone of the Viet Minh. Traveling to Bac Kan now, you can visit the amazing natural landscape as well as learning about an important chapter in the Vietnamese modern history. Below you can find out more about the major tourist attractions in Bac Kan.

Bac Ninh Guide

Bac Ninh is adjacent to Hanoi, the provincial capital is 30km northeast of Hanoi. Most of the terrain of Bac Ninh is flat, a larger part of the province is a part of the Red River Delta. But there are mountains across the province.

Quang Ninh Guide

Quang Ninh is located to the Northeast of Vietnam, the capital of the province is Halong City which is 160km east of Hanoi. Quang Ninh is famed for the UNESCO World Heritage of Halong Bay, for the amazing Bai Tu Long Bay,…. Below is a list of top things to do and tourist attractions in Quang Ninh Province, northern Vietnam.

Phu Quoc Island Guide

Phu Quoc is a district of Kien Giang Province in southern Vietnam, in the Rach Gia Gulf (adjacent to the Thailand Gulf). The island has the total land area of 589km2 with some mountains, mostly flat land, some patches of dense rain forests.

Lang Son Guide

Lang Son is located to the Northeast of Vietnam, 150km northeast of Hanoi. Lang Son has always been the most important trade hub between Vietnam and China throughout history. The land also marks several events which helped to shape up the Vietnamese history.

Son La Guide

Son La is located to the northwest of Vietnam with high mountain ranges and with two plateaus. The Moc Chau Plateau has average altitude of over 1,000m and the Na San Plateau has the average altitude of 800m above sea level.

Dien Bien Phu Guide

Dien Bien Phu is the name of the capital city of Dien Bien Province in the far Northwest of Vietnam. Dien Bien Phu is the name of a decisive battle which led to the departure of the French colonialists from the land once called Indochina. In our guide, you can learn more about the Dien Bien Phu City with the famed historical attractions which bear the marks of the fierce battles back in time.

Lao Cai Guide

Lao Cai is located to the northwest of Vietnam, the provincial capital is Lao Cai City, 350km northwest of Hanoi. Lao Cai has several tourist attractions which are popular to both the Vietnamese tourists as well as the foreign visitors.

Dong Van Plateau Guide

Dong Van Plateau is the most unique and unusual place in Vietnam and this was the last place in the country open to tourism. The area is last part of the border region in Vietnam which still had conflicts in the early 1990s.

Buon Ma Thuot Guide

Buon Ma Thuot is the capital city of Dak Lak Province. The city is considered to be the capital of the coffee business in Vietnam. The city is fairly small which takes less than an hour to cover on foot. But Buon Ma Thuot is a great base for exploring the hidden gems of the Central Highlands of Vietnam including sublime waterfalls, idyllic ethnic villages, national parks, elephants in the wild…

Mu Cang Chai Guide

Mu Cang Chai is located to the northwestern corner of Yen Bai Province, in the far Northwest of Vietnam. The land is famous for amazing rice terraces on high mountains slopes most of which are on 1,000m above sea level.