Monthly Archives: June 2013

Hanoi, a tourist attraction

Hanoi is perhaps Asia’s most graceful and exotic capital city – a place of grand old boulevards and ancient pagodas where locals practice their tai chi moves beside tree-fringed lakes. For all of its timeless charm, it’s also a 21st-century metropolis. (A corner of The Old Quarter’s narrow – Bui Xuan Phai ‘s painting) The Old

CNN ranks 2 Vietnamese beaches in world’s top 100

US-based Cable News Network (CNN) has named beaches in Vietnam’s Hoi An Town and Phu Quoc Island among the 100 best in the world. The announcement was issued based on opinions collected from its “most well traveled friends, colleagues and cohorts” and readers, CNN said, without releasing any information on the number of people surveyed. (An Bang beach, Hoi An)

Tourism in the North of Vietnam

The tropical climate of North Vietnam beckons travelers from abroad. Vietnamese tourism aims specifically to attract visitors from outside southeast Asia to sample its cultural and historical attractions. Detect strains of influence from France’s and China’s occupation in the food, language, architecture and religion. Bring cash to convert to Vietnamese dong, as credit cards are

A perfect trip to Vietnam

From the island-studded seas of the north to the meandering waterways of the south, Vietnam is a country defined by the diversity of its land and the resilience and generosity of its people. There are some best things you need to know to have a perfect trip in Vietnam Halong Bay: best for coast Once upon a

Vietnam Tourism

Lying on the eastern part of the Indochinese peninsula, Vietnam is a strip of land shaped like the letter “S”. China borders it to the north, Laos and Cambodia to the west, the East Sea to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the east and south. The country’s total length from north to south