Phan Thiet: Travel Guide and Places to visit

Phan Thiet, a little town of Binh Thuan Province - 200km from Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), possesses fine sand beaches and luxury resorts nestled in evergreen palm forests. Mui Ne Town is a peninsular 12km north of Phan Thiet. There's a dozen kilometer stretch of sand that runs along the waterfront of Mui Ne, which has been a hidden paradise for beach holidays.

Nha Trang: Travel Guides and What to see

Nha Trang is a beach city in the south of the Central Region of Vietnam, 500km south of Da Nang and 500km north of Saigon. Nha Trang is endowed with over a dozen kilometres of sugarly white sand beaches, turquoise blue water and offshore islands ringed with pristine fine beaches. Nha Trang is the best place in Vietnam for watersports like snorkelling and scuba-diving.

Hoi An: Travel Guide and Tourist Attractions

Hoi An is a little town in Quang Nam Province, in the Central Region of Vietnam. Hoi An was a famed international sea port, well-known to merchants from China, Japan, the Persian Gulf, and Europe in the 16th, 17th, 18th centuries. Major goods traded at Hoi An back then included spices, ceramics, silk… While most merchants would have sojourns in Hoi An for a few months waiting for the right wind to sail home, some chose to stay in Hoi An permanently.

Halong Bay: Travel Guide and Tips

Littered on the emerald water of Halong Bay in the gulf of Tonkin of Vietnam, the 3,000 islands and islets were believed to be dragons sent down from Heaven to help the Vietnamese protecting their country from foreign invasions. In fact, there were many fierce battles in the ancient times and recent times on the bay that helped to bring victory to Vietnam and the Vietnamese people.

Hue: Travel Guide and Places to visit

Hue, an idyllic area with harmonious combination of mountains and rivers, was the capital city of Vietnam from 1802-1945. The Nguyen Family chose Hue as the seat of their royal court because they trust the city was favorable in Fengshui and that choosing Hue as the capital city would make the dynasty prosperous forever.

Sapa: Travel Guide and What to do

Sapa is a little hill station hiding itself to the foot of the Hoang Lien Mountain Range in the North West of Vietnam. Sapa is 1500m above sea level and covered in clouds most of the time. The town enjoys a cool climate all year round and the area about the town is inhabited by 7 ethnic groups whose life has been unchanged for centuries.

Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City): Travel Guide and What to see

Saigon, the name itself conjures up enough memories of a long bygone time; be it the horrendous war that once shook the World, be it the nostalgia that kept lingering on, be it the bars filled with people and smoke, be it the sidewalk cafes with thumping music, be it the horrible facts kept in secrets forever...Things are definitely long gone, and hopefully forever...

Vietnamese Tet

Vietnamese Tet or Lunar New Year (or Tet Nguyen Dan in Vietnamese) is a special occasion for the Vietnamese when they celebrate the arrival of spring, the beginning of a new lunar year, family reunions, village traditional festivals...

Hanoi: Travel Guide and Tourist Attractions

Hanoi is the capital city of Vietnam. King Ly Thai To moved the capital city from Hoa Lu in Ninh Binh Province to Hanoi in 1010 A.D.. It is said when the King arrived in Hanoi, he saw a five-colored dragon flying into the sky. Thinking it was a good holy sign, the King chose to build a new city in Hanoi. At the time, the King named the city Thang Long meaning the City of Ascending Dragon.