Ha Noi City in 14th
In Ha Noi, visitors will enjoy an incomparable combination of tradition, elegance and progress. The northern metropolis possesses a unique architecture of beautiful colonial villas und streets lined with old trees. Wide avenues and highways are being created, hotels and office buildings are also being built , and giving a whole new looks to the city.
Hanoi is a city of lakes, parks, streets lined with old trees and over 600 big and small temples, that makes the city has a unique charm.
Ho Chi Minh City in 15th
Being the biggest tourism centre of Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City is the largest city and busiest of Vietnam. Considering as Pearl of the Far East, Ho Chi Minh City with more than 300 years of development has presented many ancient architectual constructions, famous vestiges and renowned sights. Its specific culture is the harmonious blending of traditional values with northern and western cultural features. War Remnants Museum , Ngoc Hoang Temple, Ben Thanh Market….are the attractions should not be missed in Ho Chi Minh City.
Then visitors can go down to the Mekong Delta to see Vietnam’s largest rice bowl, the green fields, the floating markets and families living on small boats.
Hoi An in 17th
Hoi An is one of the most ancient cities of Southeast Asia and it has luckily been kept almost intact until today. It was a major trading centre in Southeast Asia between the 15th and 19th centuries.
For tourists to Vietnam, no one can ignore Hoi An. On the 14th lunar month, in the evening, the city people turn off the light bulb to light up the lanterns.
Hoi An has been declared by UNESCO as a World Cultural Heritage Site.
Ha Long in 25th
Spread over the emerald waters of the Gulf of Bac Bo, the legendary Ha Long Bay covers the regions of Ha Long City. Viewed from above, Ha Long Bay resembles a geographic work of art. The shape of stone islands change depending on the angle and on the light.