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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.

  • Located at 1,500 meters above from the sea level on the southern parts of the Central Highlands, Vietnam, Dalat is famous for its beautiful weather (which is from 16 to 22 degrees Celcius all year round), lush green pine forests with twisty roads and stunning landscape as well as the rich cultural diversity of ethnic minority groups.

  • 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.

  • These twisty mountain passes look pretty dangerous to travel. However, words can’t describe enough how beautifully breathtaking they are when you are on a motorcycle winding your way through these passes. 

  • Four traditional craft villages that have been around for centuries and are distinctive of Vietnamese culture have catapulted to international fame.
    Quang Phu Cau Village

  • 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.