Vietnam Attractions

Muong Hoa Valley

Location Hoa stream flows along the Muong Hoa valley, extends throughout the Lao Chai, Ta Van, Hau Thao,… It is a place, along through the mountains is a strange carved stones. Spread over 4 kilometers length, 2 kilometers width with at least 159 stones, Muong Hoa have mysterious graphics. This place was researched by scientists

Ban Ho Village, Sapa

Come to Sapa with Sapa trekking tours, tourists can climb Ham Rong Mountain, Cat Cat or Lao Chai- Ta Van of The H’Mong, Ta Phin village where The Dao live and go to Silver Waterfall, Rattan Bridge or ancient reef, the roof of Indochina-Fan Si Pan mountain, or explore Muong Hoa Valley with stunning scenery.

Cat Cat Village, Sapa

Overview Cat Cat cultural village was formed in 19th century by the gathering of some families belonging to some ethnic groups living in mountainous areas of northern Vietnam, especially Black H’Mong .They lived next to each other along the mountain side and cultivated surrounding their home. Rice and corn were grown in terraced fields, while

Bac Ha Market

Being a minority ethnic people market, Bac Ha market is located in 80 km from Sapa. Bac Ha is famous for its Sunday market which is a trading centre and meeting place for couples, friends, and relatives. Every Sunday, Bac Ha hosts the biggest fair near the mountainous highlands and the Chinese border. It is

Lung Khau Nhin Market

Some of the most rewarding and memorable moments you will have during your time in Vietnam will occur while visiting local ethnic markets. Markets differ greatly across Vietnam, from the water markets of the Mekong to the hustle and bustle of Hanoi’s old quarter, but nowhere are they as diverse, nor as interesting, as they

The wonderful bays of Vietnam

Below are some beautiful bays worth your visit in March. >>Visiting Da Lat Flower Park >>Tour enables visitors to explore Vietnamese life through a lens The wonderful bays in the north Halong Bay attracts visitors with the beauty of the sea, many caves like Thien Cung, Dau Go, Hanh Hanh, and Sung Sot, the islands

Gia Long waterfall – ‘the forgotten world’

Gia Long, also known as Dray Sap Thuong, is a waterfall on the Srepok River in Dray Sap commune, Krong Ana district of Dak Lak province, and Dak Sor commune of Krong K’No district of Dak Nong province. >>Vietnam: Coping with traffic in HCMC >>Vietnam: Adventure Travel in Vietnam Gia Long waterfall – ‘the forgotten

Visiting Da Lat Flower Park

Da Lat is known as the city of a thousand of flowers. In Da Lat, a wide variety of flowers bloom throughout the year, but especially in February. The city park is the most popular place for locals and tourists to admire the beauty of Da Lat flowers. >>Tour enables visitors to explore Vietnamese life

An Bang – an untouched beach near Hoi An

Around three kilometers from Hoi An City on the central coast, An Bang beach is still in its primitive state. Clean water, yellow sand, a pure atmosphere and daily chores of local fishermen make the beach area unique.

The Complex of Hue Monuments

The complex is located in the Thua Thien Hue Province of central Vietnam and was inscribed in as Vietnam’s first cultural heritage site by UNESCO in 1993. Besides its cultural, religious and political values, the complex, which was built during the Nguyen Dynasty from the early 19th to the mid-20th century, is well-known for its