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  • Mekong Delta

    The Mekong Delta of Vietnam is delimited by the tributaries of the Mekong River. This area, which is criss-crossed by a dense network of canals, is fertile and excellent for the cultivation of rice and growing fruit trees.

  • Ho Chi Minh

    Saigon-HCM City is a unique and breathtaking city. From the familiar icon of the Ben Thanh Market to the exquisite art galleries, the HCM City takes pride in its unrivaled attractions, renowned museums, and its unique community groups which are treasures of its own.
    Discover the variety of sites, shops and restaurants that reflect the city's great ethnic and cultural diversity.

  • Hoi An

    Hoi An has a distinct Chinese atmosphere with low, tile-roofed houses and narrow streets; the original structure of some of these streets still remains almost intact. All the houses were made of rare wood, decorated with lacquered boards and panels engraved with Chinese characters. Pillars were also carved with ornamental designs.

  • Hue

    Located on the bank of Song Huong- Perfume River; Hue, the capital of Thua Thien Hue province in Central Vietnam, is 700 km southern Hanoi, 1100km northern Ho Chi Minh City, and only a few miles from the sea. Not until 1945 was Hue the national capital, the political, cultural and religious center of Vietnam under the control of Nguyen Dynasty. Most well-known for its historic values; Hue had been recognized as one of the World Heritage Sites by UNESCO.

  • Hanoi

    Hanoi is located in the Red River Delta, in the center of Northern Vietnam. It is encompassed by Thai Nguyen, Vinh Phuc province to the North, Hoa Binh and Ha Nam to the South, Bac Giang, Bac Ninh and Hung Yen province to the East, Hoa Binh and Phu Tho province to the West.

  • Halong Bay

     Halong Bay is situated in the North-East region of Vietnam,  a bay in the Gulf of Tonkin comprised of regions of Halong City, the township of Cam Pha, and a part of the island district of Van Don. Halong Bay borders Cat Ba Island in the southwest, the East Sea in the east, and the mainland, creating a 120 km coastline

  • Mui Ne – Phan Thiet

    Northeast of Phan Thiet the coastal road climbs over the slope of a Cham-Tower-topped hill and descends onto the long, sandy crescent of Mui Ne Bay. The formerly little-inhabited beach south of the fishing village of Mui Ne proper has seen some serious development in the last 15 years. Now it is a 15 km long strip of resorts that line up like pearls on Nguyen Dinh Chieu street, shaded by coconut palms. 

  • Sapa

    Located at 1500 meters (4921 feet) above sea level in Vietnam's remote northwest mountains, Sapa is famous for both its fine, rugged scenery and also its rich cultural diversity.

    Sapa is an incredibly picturesque town that lies in the Hoang Lien Son mountain range near the Chinese border in northwestern Vietnam, known as "the Tonkinese Alps". Sapa and its surrounding region is host to many hill tribes, as well as rice terraces, lush vegetation, and Fansipan, the highest peak in Vietnam. However, as a result of a recent surge in popularity Sapa has rapidly become a tourist hotspot where money is the new drug of choice. Don't be put off by the rush, your explorations of the surrounding countryside will be worth the trouble.

  • Tet Festival

    Tet Festival is a shortened form of Tết Nguyên Đán  (Feast of the First Morning of the First Day)

    Tết Nguyên Đán, more commonly known as Tet in Vietnam, is the most important and the biggest holiday in Vietnam. It is the Vietnamese New Year marking the arrival of spring based on the Lunar Calendar.

    Tet is celebrated from the first day of the first month of the Lunar calendar (around late January and early February) until at least the third day. It is the first and foremost part of Vietnam’s traditional festival systems which holds the plentiful and profound contents in terms of ritual and festival. There are lots of customs practiced during Tet, such as visiting a person’s house on the first day of the new year, ancestral worshipping, wishing New Year’s greetings, giving lucky money to children and elderly people, and opening a shop.

  • The Hùng Kings' Temple Festival

    The Hùng Kings' Temple Festival (Vietnamese: Giỗ Tổ Hùng Vương or lễ hội đền Hùng) is a Vietnamese festival held annually from the 8th to the 11th days of the third lunar month in honour of the Hùng Vương or Hùng Kings. The main festival day - which is a public holiday in Vietnam since 2007 - is on the 10th day.

    The ceremony takes place over several days, but 10th day of the month is considered the most important. A procession starts at the foot of the mountain, and stops at every small temple before reaching the High Temple. Here pilgrims offer prayers and incense to their ancestors.

  • Huong Pagoda Festival

    Honoring: The Budda Thich Ca, Avalokiteśvara

    Worship Nature and Ancestors.

    Location: Huong Son Commune, My Duc Dist., Ha Tay Province.

    Time: Since 6th- first lunar month -15th – third lunar month, Main Festival in 15th-20th –second lunar month.

    Feature: A 3-km-length complex of artificial and natural architect, a famous landscape of Vietnam.

    Specialties: Sang Vegetable and Huong Tich apricot.

  • The Mid-Autumn Festival

    The Mid-Autumn Festival is also known by other names, such as:

    Moon Festival, because of the celebration's association with the full moon on this night, as well as the traditions of moon worship and moon gazing.

    Mooncake Festival, because of the popular tradition of eating mooncakes on this occasion.

    The Mid-Autumn festival is named "Tết Trung Thu" in Vietnamese. It is also known as Children's Festival because of the event's emphasis on children. In olden times, the Vietnamese believed that children, being innocent and pure, had the closest connection to the sacred and natural world. Being close to children was seen as a way to connect with animist spirits and deities.

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