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
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
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
Hue is a little city with a big history. For almost 150 years it served as Vietnam’s capital bringing with it royal extravagance and an elegant, delicate cuisine. At the heart of the city is the large and beautiful Imperial
Flanked by mountains, rivers and beaches, Da Nang is a modern city with a lot of soul. The main town is nestled next to the river, where neat and clean landscaping give it a ‘small town’ feel.
Ho Chi Minh City (or Saigon as the locals call it), is a young city with big dreams. It is Vietnam’s most developed city and it screams cool. Sky rise buildings topped with swanky cocktail bars dot the landscape. Art
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