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Ha Long Bay is far from Ha Noi 165km in the northeast.It is one of the natural world heritages which 2 times recognized by UNESCO about lanscape & geological values - Situated in the North-East region of Vietnam, total of area 1,553 km2 with 1,969 islands of various shapes & sizes like Cock-fighting, Incense Burner,...and wonderful caves and grottoes, such as Heavenly Residence Grotto, Driftwood Grotto, Surprise Grotto,.. In the year of 2007, Halong bay is continuously in the voting list of the world’s wonder.
rom the 16th to 18th century, Hoi An was a thriving international commercial port for Chinese, Dutch, French, Japanese, Portuguese and Arab traders. These people came primarily to trade in the high grade silk, which is still produced in the area, as well as ceramics. Today, Hoi An is a quaint riverside town, popular with tourists for its eclectic architecture, tailors shops, and numerous cafes. Some of the buildings in the narrow streets have remained unchanged for more than a century.
Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, is known for its centuries-old architecture and a rich culture with Southeast Asian, Chinese and French influences. At its heart is the chaotic Old Quarter, where the narrow streets are roughly arranged by trade. There are many little temples, including Bach Ma, honoring a legendary horse, plus Đồng Xuân Market, selling household goods and street food. Tràng An is a scenic area near Ninh Binh provine, Vietnam renowned for its boat cave tours. Trang An Scenic Landscape Complex was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage site.
Mai Chau is a mountainous area of outstanding natural beauty, inhabited by a Thai and H’mong ethnic minority groups. Visit Mai Chau, you will have a chance to stay at the local family, enjoy the minority specialty dishes including rice cooked in bamboo and grilled meat, watching traditional dancing, music performances (bronze, drums, gongs), and Thai minority singing and dancing.
Located in Hoa Binh province, approximately 135 km from Hanoi, Mai Chau is the heart of a beautiful valley that is a world away from the hustle of Hanoi. Visit Mai Chau, you will have a chance to stay at the local family, enjoy the minority specialty dishes including rice cooked in bamboo and grilled meat, watching traditional dancing, music performances (bronze, drums, gongs), and Thai minority singing and dancing.
Walk from place to place, amongst the everyday chaos of motorbikes, bicycles, kids, grandmas, foods and drinks stalls, hair dressers and old condo apartment. Eat like a local and try the best foods in Sai Gon. Additional Info: Please inform us if you are allergic to food when booking the tour. We would not suggest wearing jeweleies or small purses because those are the easy target of the snatchers. A backpack would be the best solution if you want to bring belongings. Included Bottled water, rain pocho (if need), motobike, fuel, high quality open – facced helmetAll street food and drinks.Pictures from your tour (emailed to you later)English speaking toour guide. Not Included Tips for tour guide.Personal expenses, travel insurance
Mui Ne and Phan Thiet - About 200 km north of Ho Chi Minh City together, these traditional fishing villages are fast becoming a popular leisure destination. Resort-style developments have been rising along the coastline, though so far the lives of the fishing communities remain unchanged and Mui Ne’s long beach is quiet and serene, great for walks, jogging and spectacular sunsets. Phan Tiet, which is rather larger, is famous for its fish sauce, an ingredient in most Vietnamese dishes. It, too, has a beautiful beach. There is a wide range of accommodation, and restaurants offer a huge selection of seafood at very affordable prices. There are golf courses, beautiful pagodas, spectacular red and white sand dunes, and a variety of water sports.