Modern-Day Vietnam reflects it being a land of resilient people who persevered and made their nation again a slice of heaven. Vietnam no longer bears the scars of war but today it is everything a traveller is looking for in a holiday destination in Southeast Asia. Surreal landscape adorned with glistening paddy fields, pristine white sand beaches, snaking rivers, terraced farms, and spectacular caves and the modern and dynamic cities allow it to be a travel place that can easily make people fall in love with it. Vietnamese cuisine is another biggest draw as the food only stands next to the Thai cuisine when it comes to flavours that can be remembered forever. Also, the gourmet diversity will blow your mind completely.
The deep-rooted culture of Vietnam is hard to ignore, it is so prominent and its attributes in terms of art and craft is worth all the attention. The polarized culture difference between north and south of country also brings one to a state of excitement where on one hand, the ancient temples in North Vietnam reflect Chinese influence, the southern part, on the other hand, highlights the Hindu influence. Those visiting Vietnam for some adventure, there is a plethora of experiences waiting on a travel guide for them. One cannot simply miss exploring the world’s most spectacular cave systems in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park. Vietnam inarguably is one of the best options when you are planning a honeymoon, this piece of paradise has so much for the newlyweds; it also makes a great place for family holiday, giving each member ample to enjoy.
For once forget that Halong Bay is a UNESCO World Heritage Site then only could you focus on the points of interest like the 1600 beauteous monolithic limestone islands t i Read More
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Connecting its shore with the famous Ngoc Son Temple via a bridge, is the Lake of Restored Sword which is always heard preaching the tales of the popular legend of King Le Read More
So is the charm of this Central Post Office, a gift of the French Colonial times that stands tall in Ho Chi Minh and is known as South Asia’s grandest post office.Read More
Get ready to be surprised by this 2005 discovered sightseeing place of Vietnam that belongs to the UNESCO World Heritage Site Phong Nha-Kẻ Bàng National Park and has an Read More
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Giving forth a passage of 1500 metres to explorers, these caves don’t need the tag of being a part of UNESCO World Heritage Site as its rock formations, passages and Read More
Given the title of ‘Rice Bowl of Vietnam’, Mekong Delta automatically becomes a part of your Vietnam itinerary due to its lush greenery and pacific waterways that altog Read More
Vietnam offers both visa on arrival and e-visa facility to its visitors. The nationals of some countries can obtain visa on their arrival at one of the international airports in Vietnam, whereas for citizens of few countries e-visa is mandatory. Read to find more details on Vietnam visa.View Details
The best time to visit Vietnam is the season of spring i.e., February to April and autumn season from August to October. The weather during these months remains moderate and rainfall is sparse. In the season of spring, March and April have the lowest rainfall which keep the weather pleasant.View Details
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