VIETNAM'S TOP DESTINATIONS
Vietnam's capital city of Hanoi is a rich haven of intriguing architecture with combined Asian, French, and Chinese influences.
One of the most ancient capitals in the world, Hanoi sits on the banks of the Red River and boasts a multi-cultural environment as a result of its various influences. Colonial buildings, museums, ancient pagodas, and temples fill the city.
You'll find the crowded streets filled with riders on scooters and knock-off merchants. Take a trek to the traditional villages and lush parks. Sample the street food and wares in the market. Hanoi has so much to offer.
Ho Chi Minh City—
Ho Chi Minh City is a buzzing city of business, tradition and culture.
Named after the spiritual leader of Vietnamese Communism, it offers restaurants and hotels of the highest standards. Visitors take advantage of the many buildings featuring French architecture, the classic Vietnamese pagodas, and incense-infused temples. Skyscrapers tower over the city and serve as a reminder of how Vietnam has risen from the ashes after years of war.
A vacation you will never forget awaits you in Ho Chi Minh City.
Say hello to the graceful city of Hoi An.
Formerly a trading port, Hoi An is now filled with lantern-lit streets and weathered pagodas. The Unesco World Heritage site of Old Town has remarkably preserved its legacy of merchant houses and Chinese temples. Awaken your tastebuds with traditional Vietnamese cuisine including cau lau and hoanh thanh. Visit the seafood market for fresh seafood.
While Hoi An does not have an airport, you can fly into nearby cities and take a bus or taxi to your hotel.
Some of the most important monuments in Vietnam are located in Hue.
The majestic Imperial City with its ornate gardens, tombs and temples, the Dai Na Citadel, with its surrounding moat and thick stone walls are some of the most popular tourist attractions. The former seat of the Nguyen Dynasty, Hue now provides a culture-rich, tranquil experience for visitors.
Gorgeous, modern hotels provide exquisite luxury for visitors looking to experience life in this Vietnamese city.
Ha Long Bay—
Beautiful emerald waters and towering limestone pillars rising from the Gulf of Tonkin are just a few of the alluring sites in Ha Long Bay.
Comprised of over 1,600 limestone islands, Ha Long Bay is a Unesco World Heritage site. Enjoy a cruise on the bay; try kayaking and swimming, and venture into a few caves if you dare. Take in the breathtaking views up close.
Fly on a private helicopter or take a bus or taxi. Your trip will be well worth it.