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10 Places to visit

Up until the early 20th century, Nha Trang was virtually untouched with many wild animals roaming freely in the area. However, Nha Trang has developed rapidly and is increasing in popularity every year as news of how wonderful the beaches in the area are spreads quickly. It has now become possibly the most famous beach area in Vietnam which is sometimes referred to as the Mediterranean of Vietnam due its mainly calm and warm waters all year round. Nha Trang reportedly has the lowest humidity of any area in Vietnam and is located on the coast approximately 440Kms North of…
Hoi An is a beautiful town of approximately 80,000 people situated on the central coast approximately 30Kms from Da Nang which is the closest international and Domestic airport. Dating back to the 2nd century when ruled by the Champa Kingdom, Hoi An was established as a busy port town, eventually becoming a commercial port in the 16th and 17th centuries. Situated on the banks of the Thu Bon River, Hoi An became a world heritage listed site in 1999. The history of Hoi An can be traced back to being part of the “Silk Road” and was also a major…
Hue is another of Vietnams’ extremely interesting world heritage listed sites and the area has a lot to offer visitors. Hue is located near the centre of the country, approximately half way between HCMC and Hanoi and only 100kms North of Da Nang. Hue is the ancient capital of Vietnam and although many historical sites were damaged in the recent war with America it is still a fascinating place to visit and not to missed. There any many interesting and ancient attractions to be found in and around Hue with a large number of them having been constructed in the…
Sapa Lays near the border with China in the upper North West of the country at a height of 1,600m above sea level and 350kms from Hanoi. Tourism into the area did not become common until around 1990 but since then, Sapa has quickly become famous for its natural beauty and breath taking scenery over the Muong Hoa Valley.
Ha Long is literally translated as Bay of descending Dragons. The bay is located in the North 170 Kms, or roughly a 4 hour drive East of Hanoi. It covers an area of approximately 1,500 square kilometres and consists of 1,969 mainly limestone and schist islands of various sizes of which 989 have been given names. The islands have an average age of between 250 and 280 Million years old.

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