Profoundly beautiful and utterly compelling, Vietnam has emerged from the shackles of its past to become South East Asia’s most ...
Profoundly beautiful and utterly compelling, Vietnam has emerged from the shackles of its past to become South East Asia’s most attractive holiday destination. Crazy and serene, exciting and tranquil – Vietnam is among a select few destinations where your travel experience can be stretched to the limit. Travellers arriving in Vietnam can expect to find a melting pot of culture, history, landscapes and perhaps the most precious treasure, the people. Vietnam has often been called a country of contrasts and it is easy to see why. The booming metropolises of Ho Chi Min City and Hanoi are bursting with colour and activity, where soaring sky scrapers with roof top bars rub shoulders with thousand year old pagodas (Buddhist temples), French colonial buildings and world renowned street food stalls. Hanoi’s most popular tourist hotspot is the Old Quarter, where hundreds of years of trade can be charted and still continues to this day. The charming coastal cities of Hoi An & Hué offer a more serene experience with tranquil rivers and eye-catching architecture. A trip to Vietnam is also never complete without seeing Halong Bay, one of the natural wonders of the world, either by traditional junk sailboat or seaplane. On the other end of the spectrum lies Vietnam’s hushed countryside. In Sapa, emerald green rice terraces cover vast areas where Vietnamese hill tribes work and live. A visual and cultural delight, the scenery is truly beautiful and it is a fantastic spot for trekking. If you prefer boutique French colonial style hotels or one of many quality beach resorts that dots the coast, Vietnam will have you covered, and will leave you wondering why you never made the trip sooner! Vietnam has countless World Heritage Sites to visit and explore so your travel itinery is sure to be filled with activities and sights to see. Vietnam has many off-the-beaten-track experiences, world famous beaches, exquisite cuisines and even modern shopping malls to ensure you have the holiday of a lifetime no matter what you’re into. Not to mention Vietnam has been cited as one of the world’s most affordable destinations, it is easy to see why this country is surpassing its peers in the region. Vietnam Airlines - Premium Economy Superior service is guaranteed across all reservations when flying with Vietnam Airlines. For passengers wanting to take advantage of our deluxe comfort seats, priority check-in, and additional amenities, Premium Economy is a great choice at an even better value. Vietnam Airlines - Business Class Flying business class with Vietnam Airlines offers you superior services, extra space to work or relax and delicious meals and drinks.
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Halong Bay Cruise
Undoubtedly a bucket list experience, UNESCO-listed Halong Bay is a must-see on every travellers visit to Vietnam. Admire the natural...
Consisting of a maze of intertwining rivers, the Mekong Delta is full of lush vegetation, thousands of boats, floating markets,...
The capital city of Vietnam is situated on the banks of the Red River and is one of the most...
National Parks and Waterfalls
Vietnam is host to a huge range of national parks that are worth a visit. One of which is Cuc...
It’s probably time for you to put your feet up after a few busy days of exploring! Well you’re in...
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Halong Bay Cruise
Undoubtedly a bucket list experience, UNESCO-listed Halong Bay is a must-see on every travellers visit to Vietnam. Admire the natural beauty of the limestone rock towers which are sculptured by tectonic movement and engulfed by stunning emerald green waters. Stay onboard your luxury cruise ship for a night and enjoy dining and sipping your favourite cocktail whilst surrounded by spectacular landscapes. Plus, take the opportunity to get even closer and enjoy a kayak experience where you can glide through the limestone structures and gaze at every detail.
Consisting of a maze of intertwining rivers, the Mekong Delta is full of lush vegetation, thousands of boats, floating markets, islands and even locals’ homes! The river itself starts in the Himalayas and passes through four different countries and across 4,350 kilometres before reaching Vietnam. It is nicknamed the ‘rice bowl’, as more than half of Vietnam’s rice and fish come from the delta region. Enjoy a boat tour along the river to experience tasty speciality Mekong dishes, explore villages, islands and markets, try exotic fruit and ride in a traditional Sampan boat.
The capital city of Vietnam is situated on the banks of the Red River and is one of the most ancient capitals in the world. Uncover well-preserved colonial buildings, ancient pagodas and unique museums whilst exploring the city. Take some time to explore the Old Quarter, known as the cities commercial district, where sellers began trading over 1000 years ago with items such as cotton, jewellery, herbs and silk. Visitors can also enjoy an abundance of delicious street food, from tasty noodle soup to fresh crab spring rolls, your taste buds will be overwhelmed with incredible flavours. To get a fantastic view of the entire city, visit the Lotte Tower Observation Deck and marvel at the uninterrupted views from the 65th floor.
National Parks and Waterfalls
Vietnam is host to a huge range of national parks that are worth a visit. One of which is Cuc Phuong National Park, which is the country’s first national park and is one of Vietnam’s most protected areas. It is home to over 2,000 species of trees, 307 species of bird, 133 species of mammal and 122 species of reptile, and has an Endangered Primate Rescue Centre recovers and Turtle Conservation Centre. There are also many beautiful waterfalls that should not be missed! Ban Gioc is one which falls between the Vietnam and China border and is created from two colliding waterfalls along the Quay Son River. The stunning waterfall cascades down a sheer 70-meter drop and span across 208m of rocky limestone. After soaking up the fantastic views, dare to climb up to the falls high points!
It’s probably time for you to put your feet up after a few busy days of exploring! Well you’re in luck, as Vietnam has an array of delightful beaches to choose from. Long Beach is based on the coast of Phu Quoc Island and is host to beachfront restaurants and bars boasting breathtaking sunset views. Doc Let beach based in Nha Trang is also worth a visit. It offers 18 kilometres of the pristine white sand, turquoise waters and beaming sunshine, the perfect combination for a relaxing trip to the beach.