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  • Ha Long Bay, Sa Pa, Hoi An, Son Doong Cave and Mekong Delta offer ironclad guarantees for a highly memorable Vietnam visit.
    These places offer overnight cruises and stays in spectacular natural wonders, treks through terraced rice fields, encounters with ethnic minority people and their culture, a trip back in time and a slice of tropical paradise.

  • Though Vietnam looks small on the map, you could easily spend weeks exploring this fascinating country. From the jagged mountains in the north to the tropical beaches in the south – and all of the history and culture in between – here are the 15 best destinations for you in Vietnam.

  • Saigon’s District 5 and ride-hailing firm Grab will organize a food festival in December to promote culinary traditions of the Vietnamese-Chinese community.
    District 5 is home to the largest Chinese-Vietnamese community in the city.

    The ‘Cho Lon-Food Story’ festival will release a photo book, a series of videos and publish wall photos about the culinary diversity of the Chinese community in Ho Chi Minh City.

    The festival would be a rare chance for locals and foreign tourists to see how the Vietnamese-Chinese people preserve their long-standing traditions, in particular through their culinary culture.

  • If you plan to visit multiple cities in Vietnam, it may get a little complicated. The country is over 600 miles (1,000 kilometers) long and has a lot of regional diversity. Yet it’s generally a year-round destination, so traveling during any season is doable. Our guide reveals how the climate changes in the northern, central and southern regions of the country, organized month by month.