Vietnam Holiday and Travel Guide

by puretravel 

(from: Feb 1, 2010 to: Feb 9, 2010)

Vietnam is one of South East Asia’s most beautiful countries. It offers its visitors are wide variety in regard of landscape, culture and food. The southern part of Vietnam offers travellers untouched beaches, as the tourism industry of the country is relatively new. Central Vietnam is the home of the famous and remote Mekong Delta. The landscape of the northern part of the country, with its borders to the Chinese provinces Yunnan and Guangxi, is ruled by the Cordillera mountains. The two biggest cities of the country are the capital in the northern part of Vietnam, Hanoi and the largest city of the country, Ho Chi Minh City, also known as Saigon in the south of Vietnam. No holiday in Vietnam should miss a visit to at least one of these two energetic cities. Vietnam offers its visitors a wide range of possibilities, beaches, adventurous traveling on the remote rivers of the Mekong and the Red River and of course the never ending city lives of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.

Travellers from Europe can fly directly from Paris, London and Frankfurt to Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City on travel Vietnam. Travellers from North America can travel via cities in Europe or Asia directly to Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. There are five sites in Vietnam on the world heritage list which are worthwhile a visit during a holiday in Vietnam. The Complex of Hue Monuments, the famous Ha Long bay, the old town of Hanoi, the My Son Sanctuary and the Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, and this are just a few options for great Vietnam holidays.

As the tourist industry in Vietnam is still growing and outside the large cities and resorts at the coast there are not many tourist facilities at western standard, Vietnam is a favourite country for young backpacking tourist from all over the world. The only problem for your Vietnam holidays is to choose where to start and what to do.

Before you set off on your exciting travel adventure, be sure to use some of the many planning and organizing tools out there such as online resources, which will help you get your travel adventure plans in order easily and quickly, such as the travel guide at which features lots of tips, advice photos and itinerary samples for your trip.

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