Energetic. Diverse. Compelling.
A riot of colorful sights and sounds, each street has its own distinct identity based on the type of merchants—such as banner street, shoe street, copper wire street and many more. A cyclo (bicycle rickshaw) ride is an enjoyable way to get your bearings.
Located in the midst of beautiful Ha Long Bay, this island park was specifically created to protect the protect the Bay’s unique wildlife and ecosystems. A one-hour trek up the island’s highest peak offers spectacular views.
Local markets provide a stage for various tribal peoples to come together, catch up on the local news and trade their wares. Vibrantly colorful, these markets are especially a treat for photographers.
Transfer to the Vietnam/Laos border and board a boat that will take you through the remote scenery of northern Laos to the capital, Luang Prabang.
This royal compound was the center of Nguyen rule for nearly 150 years. Heavily scarred by the infamous 1968 Tet Offensive, the evocative ruins are now a testament to multiple layers of Vietnam’s past.
Once known as “Le Petit Paris,” this high-altitude town was settled by French colonists seeking an escape from Saigon’s summer heat. Vietnamese tourists now frequent the area as a popular honeymoon destination, luxuriating in its magnificent colonial villas, premier golf course, fruit orchards and comfortable weather.
This fertile agricultural area beckons the visitor with its verdant rice paddies, bountiful orchards, rural villages and an extensive network of tributaries and rivers. Cruise by boat to see some of the most of the lush, tranquil landscape.