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Vietnam, a beautiful country stretching 1600 kms up the eastern Chinese Peninsula that offers images of conical hats emerging from green rice paddy fields, grainy black and white photographs of slender, dark haired women in flowing white ao dai tunics, stunning white sand beaches fringed with coconut palms, luxurious resorts and golf courses. Its cities are choatic yet captivating.

Situated on the banks of the Red River and with Hoan Kiem Lake at its heart, this is an elegant and stately capital whose worn beauty hints at untold stories, as a city full of nostalgia.  In the bustling streets of the Old Quarter history seeps from every street corner and quaint alleyway.

Halong BayHalong Bay
Is a mystical landscape of turquoise water sprinkled with thousands of jagged limestone islands.  One of the world's natural wonders, it is a bay with more than 3000 islands which time, wind and waves have sculpted into fascinating shapes.

This ancient imperial city is synonymous with royalty, culture and spiritual reflection, it is as tranquil as the Perfume River that runs through it.

Danang, Nka Trang & Dalat
DalatWith its warm azure water, fine white sand and coconut palms Danang deserves its reputation of a Scenerytropical paradise, and on the outskirts is Marble Mountain a large limestone outcrop riddled with caves and well known for its marble crafts. 
Nka Trang surrounded by steep dark hills, a long curve of yellow beach and a bay as blue as a fancy cocktail. 
Dalat with its green rolling hills, misty lakes and fragrant pine forests, is Vietnam's most romantic destination. 

Then there is Ho Chi Minh, formerly Saigon, the city that never sleeps, the combinations of past and present is more visible here than anywhere else in Vietnam. Streets buz with the constant stream of scooters and pavements teem with market stalls and street vendors. It is also home to the Chu Chi tunnels a network of hundreds of miles of tunnels amid dense southern jungle.

HueVietnam is home to 5 World Heritage sites, Halong Bay, with its many islands and grottos; Hue, considered to be one of the most beautiful as well as historic cities in the country with is many ancient buildings; Hoi An, with its historic past as a trading port; My Son, which was one of the most important holy sites of the Cham people and Phong Nha, with its limestone formations, grottos and caves.

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When to go

Vietnam is located in both a tropical and a temperate zone. It is characterized by strong monsoon influences, but has a considerable amount of sun, a high rate of rainfall, and high humidity. Regions located near the tropics and in the mountainous regions are endowed with a temperate climate. The annual average temperature range from 22°C - 27°C.

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Time Difference Local Currency Local Language Average Flying Time
GMT/UTC + 7 Dong Vietnamese 8 hours