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  • Lantern shop Hoi An
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  • Boats in Nha Trang
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  • Colourful incense sticks
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Vietnam Highlights

The Vietnam of today is influenced not only by its ancient traditions and culture but also by its chequered and often tragic past Vietnam is finding its way back to its ancient roots of serenity and family oriented lifestyle. Experience a country still unspoiled and tolerant, a country quite unique in the world.


Cat Tien National Park
Buon Ma Thuot is the largest city in Vietnam’s Central Highlands region, an unexplored area with great adventure and trekking potential. The abundance of untouched forests, stunning landscapes, national parks and hill tribe villages are still off the tourist trails.

Although not a major stop on the tourist trail, Danang’s location between Hoi An and Hue makes a nice stop along the way. The city is one of the most dynamic of Vietnam’s modern cities with rapid industrial and economic growth. Visitors to Danang can enjoy the fascinating Cham art and culture at Cham Museum.

With its perennial cool weather, pine-clad valleys and weathered but elegant French hilltop villas, Dalat is Vietnam’s premier hill station. For an opulent alpine retreat, Ana Mandara Villas Dalat is a good fit.

Ho Chih Minh

Lying in the heart of the Red River Delta, the Vietnamese capital city of Hanoi blends the old world charm with the dynamism of a rising Asian city. Its legacy as a former French territory is still evident from the French-inspired features - lakes and parks, colonial architecture and broad tree-lined boulevards

Halong Bay

In the famed Halong Bay, the sublime beauty of magnificent limestone formations rising dramatically from the waters is best experienced from the vantage point of a boat cruise. Be transported back to the nostalgic charm of yesteryear aboard a traditional junk


An imperial city during the Nguyen dynasty, Hue still retains much of its royal heritage and laidback atmosphere. Straddling the banks of Song Huong River (Perfume River) in Central Vietnam, it is best known for its historic monuments and architecture and has been appointed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Hoi An

Hoi An is an outstanding example of a well-preserved ancient town that has been designated a World Heritage Site. Known as Faifo in the past, it was a major port town that boasted multi-cultural influences from the 16th – 18th centuries. Today, it is a quaint and picturesque town that can be easily explored on foot.

Mekong Delta

The Mekong Delta is home to countless rice fields and tributaries across thousands of square miles of flat land. An overnight cruise in the Mekong Delta is definitely worthwhile, for the experience of awakening in the early morning to find floating markets and villages floating around you
Mui Ne
Mui Ne is renowned for its long stretches of sandy beaches and perennial sea breezes and is also famous for the wind-sculpted red and white sand dunes that make great postcard shots and adventurous sports.

Nha Trang

Nha Trang is the undisputed beach capital of Vietnam. Besides long stretches of sand lapped by crystal clear waters, it is dotted with many islands each with its own distinct character. The turquoise waters play host to teeming marine life, and snorkeling and scuba diving are perennial favorites.
Phan Thiet
Phan Thiet is a small coastal town with a thriving fishing industry. Golf lovers will be delighted with a choice of two international class golf courses overlooking the sea – Ocean Dunes and the recently established Sealinks.

Phu Quoc

Off Vietnam's southern coast in the Gulf of Thailand, the island of Phu Quoc is one of Asia's up and rising beach destination. The island's clear waters, isolated beaches, forested interior and charming local character make for an ideal beach escape.
Ho Chih Minh
Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) is Vietnam’s largest city and undisputed commerce capital. The boutique charm of HCMC still lives on amongst the tree-lined boulevards, quaint wooden shops, old temples and colonial architecture.
Vietnam’s northern mountain ranges are breathtakingly beautiful with fresh air and cool temperatures. Home to a diverse group of hill tribes such as Tay, Red Dao, Black and Flower H’mong, Sapa boasts of ample hill tribe trekking and home stay opportunities.