Vietnam Travel Guides

Vietnam is the perfect mixture of beautiful scenery, colonial influence, and world-class food. A visit to the region provides tourists with access to one of the world’s most unique countries. With great cultural sites and friendly locals, Vietnam remains one of the most enjoyable holiday destinations in Southeast Asia. Our tourist guides provide readers with access to information on key cultural sites and unknown attractions — we also help you find the region’s best food!

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  • The Cu Chi Tunnels The Cu Chi Tunnels
    No stay in Ho Chi Minh City is complete without a visit to the infamous Cu Chi tunnels – a tunnel network originally over 250km in length and up to three levels deep in places The tunnels played a...
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  • Da Lat Da Lat
    The Best of the Highlands: Dalat to Kontum Just three hours drive from Dalat is Lak Lake, a large natural lake formed by converging rivers and streams. The region is ideal for travellers wishing to...
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  • Mai Chau Mai Chau
    Discover your adventurous side in Mai Chau Mai Chau sitting to the southwest of Hanoi, Many of Vietnam’s 54 indigenous ethnic minority groups live in the region, making the local Sunday market...
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  • Cat Tien National Park Cat Tien National Park
    Just three hours from Ho Chi Minh City, on the road to the former Colonial hill station of Dalat; Cat Tien National Park (or Nam Cat Tien) is ideally located for travellers wishing to escape city...
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  • Central Highlands Central Highlands
    Vietnam’s Central Highlands stretch from the Colonial hill-station of Dalat northwards as far as Quang Nam province to the west of Danang. It’s a fascinating region that receives a far lower...
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  • Hue Hue
    Hue is situated in central Vietnam along the Huong River, a few kilometers from Bien Dong. This province was the former capital of nine previous Nguyen kingdoms. Hue has retained its cultural...
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  • Phu Quoc Island Phu Quoc Island
    Located in the Gulf of Thailand, Phu Quoc Island is 62 nautical miles south-west of Rach Gia, at the southern tip of Vietnam. Approximately the size of Singapore, much of the island is National Park...
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  • The Mekong Delta The Mekong Delta
    From Ho Chi Minh City to the Mekong delta just a few hours by boat or car , life in the Mekong Delta often seems a thousand miles away from that bustling modern metropolis. Things here tend to move...
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  • Con Dao Con Dao
    One of Vietnam’s most promising ‘up-and-coming’ destinations in our opinion, Con Dao is actually an archipelago of 15 islands located in the South China Sea, just 45 minutes by air from Ho Chi...
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  • Ho Chi Minh City Ho Chi Minh City
    After spending some time under French control, Saigon was liberated in 1975, completing the reunification of Vietnam and heralding the city’s final name change (so far) to Ho Chi Minh City. This...
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  • Nha Trang Nha Trang
    Nha Trang is one of the less commonly visited cities in Vietnam, but those visitors who do make it here, usually come in search of the beaches and the lifestyle that goes with them. Nha Trang’s...
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  • Quy Nhon Quy Nhon
    Whilst the town of Quy Nhon doesn’t as yet have much to offer visitors to Vietnam (this is being worked on) the surrounding beaches are certainly amongst the country’s finest…and this being...
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  • Hoi An Hoi An
    For many visitors, Hoi An really is the ‘Jewel of Vietnam’. Our guests rarely pass up the opportunity to wander through its ancient streets, enjoying the country’s finest cuisine. They may...
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  • Sapa Sapa
    Sapa, nicknamed the ‘Tonkinese Alps’ by the French, is a wonderful destination if you want to experience any combination of trekking (or light walking), photography, minority village markets, and...
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  • Ha Giang Ha Giang
    One of the most remote, mountainous and hitherto inaccessible corners of Vietnam, Ha Giang is slowly gaining the recognition it deserves for its breathtaking mountain views and traditional way of...
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  • Halong Bay Halong Bay
    Halong bay is one of the world’s ‘natural wonders’, and an absolute must-see for any visitor to the north of Vietnam, the Bay (also spelt Ha Long) is defined by more than 1,000 awe-inspiring...
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  • Ninh Binh Ninh Binh
    From Hanoi to Ninh binh take around two hours, the city is surrounded by a most dramatic landscape of lakes, rivers, caves, rice paddy fields and huge limestone karsts & it’s a very...
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  • Hanoi Hanoi
    The capital city of Vietnam has, for a long time, been somewhat overlooked in favor of its larger counterpart in the south. These days, however, Hanoi is firmly on the tourist map and visitors...
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