Vietnam Destinations

Lying on the eastern part of the Indochinese peninsula, Vietnam is a strip of land shaped like the letter “S”. China borders it to the north, Laos and Cambodia to the west, the East Sea to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the east and south. The country’s total length from north to south is 1,650km. Its width, stretching from east to west, is 600km at the widest point in the north, 400km in the south, and 50km at the narrowest part, in the centre, in Quang Binh Province. The coastline is 3,260km long and the inland border is 4,510km.
Vietnam is a little known country and mostly known for its stunning natural beauty that resides in its forest lands, beaches and the riverine terrains. In your Vietnam tours, Halong Bay, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is one of the popular destinations that definitely merits a visit. The dramatic natural setting herein consists of over 3000 rock formations dotting the Gulf of Tonkin, interspersed with numerous caves, beaches and secluded coves.
Vietnam boasts of an array of pristine beaches, where the sands are soft to the feet and the azure waters are brilliantly clear. Head out for the breathtakingly beautiful sands of Phu Quoc Island, considered by many to be the best beach resorts in Vietnam or the piece of Hawaii at Mui Ne Beach in Phan Thiet. Other beach destinations that shouldn’t get the miss while you are sightseeing in Vietnam are the Nha Trang Beaches, Lang Co Hue Beach, Cua Dai Hoi An Beach…
Get closer to Vietnam and know the influences that have shaped it up. The historic tourist attractions in Vietnam include the Ho Chi Minh City, still affectionately alluded to as Saigon by the locals and “The Pearl of the Orient” by the foreigners, the World Cultural Heritage sites of Hoi An and Hue, Vietnam and of course, the ancient city of Da Nang. These places still treasure numerous historical monuments dating all the way back to the dynastic era in Vietnam and a visit to these popular destinations will help you better comprehend the historicity of the land.

SOUTHERN VIETNAM
  •  Can Tho
  •  An Giang
  •  Bac Lieu
  •  Binh Duong
  •  Long An
  •  Ba Ria Vung Tau
  •  Binh Phuoc
  •  Ca Mau
  •  Ben Tre
  •  Ho Chi Minh City
  •  Kien Giang
  •  Lam Dong
  •  Dong Nai
  •  Dong Thap
  •  Soc Trang
  •  Tra Vinh
  •  Vinh Long
  •  Tien Giang
  •  Tay Ninh
  •  Hau Giang
CENTRAL VIETNAM
  •  Da Nang
  •  Quang Nam
  •  Thanh Hoa
  •  Binh Dinh
  •  Ha Tinh
  •  Nghe An
  •  Quang Binh
  •  Quang Tri
  •  Ninh Thuan
  •  Binh Thuan
  •  Phu Yen
  •  Khanh Hoa
  •  Quang Ngai
  •  Thua Thien Hue
NORTHERN VIETNAM
  •  Ha Noi
  •  Hai Phong
  •  Hoa Binh
  •  Lai Chau
  •  Bac Giang
  •  Bac Ninh
  •  Cao Bang
  •  Dien Bien
  •  Ha Nam
  •  Bac Kan
  •  Hung Yen
  •  Lang Son
  •  Yen Bai
  •  Hai Duong
  •  Quang Ninh
  •  Ha Giang
  •  Thai Nguyen
  •  Phu Tho
  •  Vinh Phuc
  •  Ninh Binh
  •  Tuyen Quang
  •  Son La
  •  Lao Cai
  •  Nam Dinh
  •  Thai Binh
CENTRAL HIGHLAND OF VIETNAM
  •  Gia Lai
  •  Dak Lak
  •  Kontum
  •  Dak Nong
  •  Lam Dong

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