Destination

  • LUANG PRABANG

    LUANG PRABANG

    Luang Prabang, the capital of Luang Prabang Province in northern Laos, lies in a valley at the confluence of the Mekong and Nam Khan rivers. It’s known for its many Buddhist temples, including the gilded Wat Xieng Thong, dating to the 16th century, and Wat Mai, once the residence of the head of … Read More

  • NORTHWESTERN

    NORTHWESTERN

    Looking for temples without the tourist hordes? The remote temples of Northwest Cambodia are a world apart. While hilltop Prasat Preah Vihear is the big-hitter, the other temple complexes – wrapped by vines and half-swallowed by jungle – are all fabulous to explore. In the region's heart is Tonlé … Read More

  • SIHANOUKVILLE

    SIHANOUKVILLE

    Sure, Sihanoukville would never win first prize in a pretty-town competition but thanks to a surrounding coastline of white-sand beaches this is Cambodia's most happening sun-sloth destination. Named in honour of the then head-of-state, Sihanoukville (Kong Preah Sihanouk; also known as Kompong Som) … Read More

  • SIEM REAP

    SIEM REAP

    The life-support system for the temples of Angkor, Siem Reap was always destined for great things. It has reinvented itself as the epicentre of chic Cambodia, with everything from backpacker party pads to hip hotels, world-class wining and dining, and sumptuous spas. This is good news for the … Read More

  • PHNOM PENH

    PHNOM PENH

    Phnom Penh (ភ្នំ ពេញ): the name can’t help but conjure up an image of the exotic. The glimmering spires of the Royal Palace, the fluttering saffron of the monks’ robes and the luscious location on the banks of the mighty Mekong – this is the Asia many daydream about from afar. Cambodia’s capital … Read More

  • BEN TRE: (85 KM FROM HO CHI MINH CITY)

    BEN TRE: (85 KM FROM HO CHI MINH CITY)

    Ben Tre is situated in Mekong Delta with a complex network of rivers and canals, 85 km from Ho Chi Minh City and 14km from My Tho. It has advantage to develop ecotourism with many green fruit gardens. Ben Tre is the granary of Mekong Delta. There are agriculture productions such as rice, corn, … Read More

  • MY SON: (70 km from Danang)

    MY SON: (70 km from Danang)

    My Son has been the imperial city of the Champa Empire from the 4th to the 12th centuries. It is the large complex of religious ruins comprising more than 70 architectural remains, including temples and towers with distinctive red brick designs. UNESCO labeled the Cham architecture in My Son as a … Read More

  • HUE: (658 km from Hanoi)

    HUE: (658 km from Hanoi)

    Founded as a Royal City in 1687, the original citadel city of Phu Xuan was built on the site of present day Hue, the gateway to the treasures of Vietnam’s royal past. The city served as Vietnam’s political capital from1802 to 1945 under the 13 emperor of the Nguyen dynasty and was a major center of … Read More

  • HOI AN: (30 km from Danang)

    HOI AN: (30 km from Danang)

    The ancient town of Hoi An, lies on the banks of the Thu Bon River. Hoi An was one of the major trading centers of Southeast Asia in the 16th Century, and was declared a World Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1999. Hoi an has a distinctive Chinese atmosphere with low, tired-roof houses and narrow … Read More

  • CON DAO

    CON DAO

    CON DAO, called Poulo Condore by western sailors, was for a long time a little-known and inaccessible destination for foreign tourists. From 1862 to 1975, the archipelago housed a large and brutal prison for opponents of French colonialism and former Saigon regime. Nowadays, Con Dao is becoming … Read More

  • SAPA: (380 km from Hanoi)

    SAPA: (380 km from Hanoi)

    Located 1,500 m above sea level, Sapa lies in Hoang Lien Son Mountains northwest of Hanoi. Sapa has an amazing diversity of flora and fruits. Mount Fansipan, the highest mountain in Indochina at 3,134 m, is covered with clouds all year round and temperatures often drop below zero, especially at high … Read More

  • NINH BINH: (100km from Hanoi)

    NINH BINH: (100km from Hanoi)

    Ninh Binh is a small town about 100km south of Hanoi, which is surrounded by a number of most interesting sites. Hoa Lu was the first capital of the independent Vietnam, under the Dinh dynasty and the early Le Dynasty (968-1009). There are two sanctuaries, each of them devoted to the emperors of one … Read More

  • HANOI: (The capital of Vietnam)

    HANOI: (The capital of Vietnam)

    Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, is located in the Red River Delta in the center of North Vietnam. It is the political, economic, cultural, commercial, and tourist center of the country. It was founded in 1010 AD during the reign of King Ly Cong Uan. Many ancient architectural features are still … Read More

  • HALONG BAY: (165 km from Hanoi)

    HALONG BAY: (165 km from Hanoi)

    Located in the North of Vietnam’s East Sea, 165 km east from Hanoi. Halong Bay is one of the country’s most famous tourist attractions and was listed by UNESCO a World Natural Heritage, an area of outstanding nature beauty. Halong Bay covers an area of 1.500 square kilometers. Among many pleasant … Read More

  • CAT BA

    CAT BA

    Cat Ba National Park is located on Cat Ba Island, 150 km east of Hanoi. The park covers approximately 200 km2, two thirds of which consists of a forested zone and one third, a marine zone. The island is home to over 600 kinds of plants including Bang, Goi Nep, Sang Le, and Kim Giao trees. The fauna … Read More

  • CAO BANG: (280 km from HANOI)

    CAO BANG: (280 km from HANOI)

    Cao Bang Province is located in the far north-east, 280 km north of Hanoi; it shares borders with China on the north and east. The cool weather is ideal for relaxing and discovery nearby places. Famous sites include Thang Hen Mountainous Lake in Tra Linh, Ban Gioc Fall and Nguom Ngao Cave in Trung … Read More

  • BA BE LAKE (240 km from Hanoi)

    BA BE LAKE (240 km from Hanoi)

    Ba Be Lakes, lie in the middle of a vast limestone mountain range, north-west of Ha Noi - dubbed a "precious jade of Viet Nam" and one of 500 lakes recognized as worthy of attention. Ba Be itself is actually three smaller lakes joined together - Pe Lam, Pe Lu and Pe Leng. The climate is cool with an … Read More