Vietnam in Brief
A Quick Guide to Da Lat

A Quick Guide to Da Lat Da Lat is a French built hill station town surrounded by pine forests and packed with vinyards, kitschy attractions and colonial architecture. It’s a surprising and endearing destination that wouldn’t be out of place in the French Alps. It’s wide range of activities and year round temperate climate are [...]

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Vietnam in Brief
A Quick Guide to Hanoi

A Quick Guide to Hanoi Hanoi oozes with charm. It’s a 1000 year old city built by royalty and heavily influenced by its former Chinese and French occupiers. Its winding streets are a throng of activity, street food, business, sport and spirituality. Ancient temples sit snugly next to glass high rises. French villas share streets [...]

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Vietnam in Brief
A Quick Guide to Sapa

A Quick Guide to Sapa Sapa is a world class countryside town and the bread basket of northern Vietnam. Its epic mountain vistas and lush green rice terraces carved into the sides of hills and mountains make it a photographer’s paradise. The local inhabitants are mainly ethnic minorities who wear traditional, colourful tunics and make [...]

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A Quick Guide to Ha Long Bay

A Quick Guide to Ha Long Bay Ha Long Bay is a huge bay filled with emerald green waters and punctuated by limestone karsts. It’s one of Vietnam’s most beautiful sites and is recognised by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Visitors can take a one, two or three day cruise around the bay on [...]

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Vietnam in Brief
A Quick Guide to Mui Ne

A Quick Guide to Mui Ne Mui Ne is a conveniently close beach getaway for anyone in Saigon looking to escape the bustling crowds of the city. It used to be a sleepy hollow frequented by backpackers wanting to get off the beaten track. Today the town stretches along 10km of coastal road that is [...]

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