Vietnam Travel Guide

The caffeine collateral of Vietnam, the greatest hum you’ll get in Buon Ma Thuot( additionally well known as Ban Me Thuot) is from the beans. There’s not the lot to do here, yet it creates for the great bottom to try Yok Don National Park as well as multiform overwhelming waterfalls in the vicinity. Before [...]

What could not be longed for when we have been in Hochiminh city is a little of a poignant museums that discuss it a total clear story of a drastic as well as chronological Saigon.. Revolutionary Museum Ly Tu Trong Street – Ho Chi Minh City Revolutionary Notable relic in HCM city Inside a important [...]

Knowledge of local etiquette should help you avoid inadvertently causing offence or, worse, sparking an international incident! And it will endear you to your hosts. Here are a few tips to help you go native. Dress code Respect local dress standards: shorts to the knees, women’s tops covering the shoulder, particularly at religious sites. Always [...]

When it comes to weather, it’s a tough call, as Vietnam’s climate is so diverse. Think frosts and occasional snow in the mountains of the north, and temperatures soaring to 40°C in the south during the dry season. Vietnam’s weather is dictated by two monsoons, meaning double trouble on the rain front. The winter monsoon [...]

Lac Tinh Garden was founded in 1889 by the poet Hong Khang. It is located on an area of 2,070 sq.m. in the former Duong Xuan village, now it is at 65 Phan Dinh Phung Street, Hue City. Lac Tinh Garden has a beautiful and cool setting with a symmetrical arrangement of two rows of [...]

One of the world’s most beautiful bays comes on display like never before next month as the Sheraton Nha Trang Hotel & Spa preps for its grand opening in this beach town on the south central coast. The 30-story property delivers dazzling sea views from each of its 284 rooms and a collection of restaurants [...]

“There are many reasons to believe in a considerable economic growth between Vietnam and Thailand this year” said Pisanu Chanvitan, Thai Ambassador to Vietnam in a recent talk with Vietnam Business Forum. Could you talk about Vietnam-Thailand economic cooperation in 2009? The economic cooperation between Thailand and Vietnam has grown considerably, especially over the last [...]

A national seminar held in Tien Giang province on April 21 focused on developing the agricultural sector by linking it closer with the tourist industry. At the event, managers, entrepreneurs and researchers discussed garden tourism in the Mekong Delta. They exposed weaknesses such as poor infrastructure, uninteresting and lacklustre services, unprofessional staff, and accommodation and [...]

The State Steering Committee on Tourism is proposing the government exempt visa fees and refund value-added taxes (VAT) for international tourists in August and September of this year. According to Vu The Binh, Director of the Department of Travel under the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism (VNAT), the move aims to lure more foreign tourists [...]

An interesting journey to Ngu Hanh Son will bring out most relaxing time for visitors. The mountain is a fairy land with a dreamlike scenery, pagodas, grottoes… Ngu Hanh Son (The Marble Mountains) is about 8km southeast of Da Nang City. This is a cluster of five marble mountains lying close to the sea. That [...]