Attractions In and Around Mui Ne – Must-Visit Highlights

Tipped to be one of Vietnam’s most popular tourist destinations, Mui Ne welcomes visitors from around the world to its scenic confines. As a tranquil fishing village turned resort hub Mui Ne offers visitors the chance to experience a wide variety of activities and unique points of interest all contained within one diverse and vibrant…

War Remnants Museum – A Stunning Depiction of the Horrors of War

Ho Chi Minh City is always a fascinating metropolis to explore, offering many captivating attractions for the visitor. Visitors should make it a point to explore the astonishing War Remnants Museum which will provide you with many engrossing insights into the consequences of the wars in Vietnam. As you experience this museum and other attractions…

Imperial Citadel of Thang Long – A Memory of the Days of Royalty

Hanoi is the second largest city of the Southeast Asian nation of Vietnam. From being the administrative centre of French Indochina, to being the capital of North Vietnam, Hanoi has been one of the most important cities in the history of Vietnam, and therefore has a rich heritage, a vibrant culture, and many awe-inspiring attractions….

Jade Emperor Pagoda – Serene Escape

Vietnam is an up and coming holiday destination in the East. The popularity of Vietnam is spreading across the world from travellers who have been there as well as through various forms of media. One such place that is often highlighted is the Jade Emperor Pagoda. Many who visit the famous Ho Chi Minh City…

The Hoi An Old Town – The Legacy of Eastern Trading Ports

As you read the name of this ancient trading port and you think of Vietnam instinctively without actually knowing why, it is probably because the capital of Vietnam, Hanoi is an anagram of the name of this ancient town. Needless to say all trading ports in ancient times were located adjacent to the ocean and…

Imperial Citadel of Thang Long – Remains of Regality!

Located to the south of China, the Democratic Republic of Vietnam originally was a constituent of Imperial China but ever since the segregation took place Vietnam has probably played second fiddle to China. In terms of population, Vietnam is home to only about one tenth of the number of those who call China their home…