A vacation in Vietnam brings many contrasting experiences from thriving cities to amazing natural landscapes, from ancient landmarks to extremely friendly and welcome people all over the country. Wherever you travel and however you go, you’ll find a variety of interesting things to do and see.
Explore the hidden streets in the bustling old quarter of Hanoi and sample best street food. Cruise a traditional junk among thousands of limestone islands and kayak to deserted lagoon in Halong Bay. Cycle to serene villages and learn about daily life of local fishermen in Hoi An. In Saigon, discover the city enjoying a ride on the Vespa motorcycle with our experience tour guides.
To be welcomed into a local home is an incredible gift, the gift that we’ve received many times through our travels. We want to share the gift with, and show you the authentic ways to get to know Vietnam on every journey you take with us!
Nhat Beach is Con Dao’s most picturesque beach, which famous for its white sand, shallow turquoise seas and spectacular spot to watch the sunset – one of the best spot for sunset in the country. It's also a favorite place for wedding photos, proposals and engagements.
Museum of Cham Sculpture is home to the world’s largest collection of Cham artefacts, housed in buildings marrying French-colonial architecture with Cham elements. It displays more than 300 pieces, including lingas and apsaras, dating from the 5th to 15th centuries.
Colorful lanterns represent happiness and celebration in Hoi An, they help make the little town more charming and attractive. If you happen to be in this lovely town on the 14th day of any lunar month, you will be treated to Hoi An’s full moon lantern festival.
Known as “Faifo” between 15th and 19th centuries, Hoi An was one of the most prosperous trading port in the region. This coastal town was attracting many foreign trading boats, and truly deserves its name Hoi An which literally translates as a “peaceful meeting place”.
The tenacious spirit of the people here can be symbolized by the tunnels in Cu Chi, where at first glance there is not much today showcase the bombing that convulsed the area during the war. To see what went on, we have to dig deep into its amazing underground system.
We believe that the best way to enhance your travel experience in Hanoi is to engage with local experts in the history, culture, fine arts, and cuisine. To bring you a good moment with an expert in water puppet, I would like to introduce artist Phan Thanh Liem to you.
I believe that the best way to enhance your travel experience in Hanoi is to engage with local experts in the history, culture, fine arts, cuisine. To bring you a great moment with a local expert in music, I would like to introduce musician Pham Chi Khanh to you.
Bat Trang Ceramic Village could be half day trip from your hotel in Hanoi, but in this article I'm writing about how we got a great full day trip to this ceramic village. The trip features a leisure visit to the suburb of central Hanoi, aiming to offer Hanoi visitors an