Travelling to Vietnam is like opening a bejewelled box and treating yourself with different layers of delights one after another.
Each city has its own unique characteristics that beckon domestic and foreign visitors to explore.
Ho Chi Minh – bustling city
The so-called Pearl of the Far East – Saigon – has now become a young, dynamic and attractive place, where millions of people gather to seek the many opportunities it presents, thanks to its favourable weather and kind-hearted people.
As the country’s biggest and busiest city it is a mixture of modern and classic beauty, with high towers rising up alongside old villas.
Hanoi – the 1000 year-old city
The millennial city of Hanoi, a city for peace, with its long-standing historical and cultural traditions, beautiful landscapes, and elegant people has attracted tourists from all parts of the world for centuries.
Those who travel to Hanoi should not miss the quintessential Old Quarter, a web of bustling streets that has been a centre of commerce for almost a thousand years.
Da Lat – city without traffic signals
Da Lat is renowned as a poetic and romantic city of a thousand flowers and morning fog.
Visiting the city, visitors will be elated with the city’s peaceful atmosphere. Although the city does not have any traffic signal, residents never get stuck in a traffic jam.
Tuy Hoa – city of oil lamps and braziers
Tuy Hoa city is situated near a beautiful beach, right next to the sea, with excellent service, delicious and inexpensive food and friendly smiling people.
At night in the city, charming oil lamps lighten up the city streets and small stands at the night market.
Nha Trang – City of delicious food
As a coastal city and the capital of Khanh Hoa province on the South Central Coast of the country, Nha Trang is one of the most attractive inbound travel destinations.
Nha Trang is not only famous for its pristine beaches and scuba diving, but also for its special delicacies such as grilled fermented pork roll, grilled beef and rice vermicelli with grilled fish.
Danang city – All in one
Danang is considered the greenest city in Vietnam thanks to its clean and exciting environment, natural diversity, friendly people, and delicious cuisine.
Danang recently entered into the list of 100 smart cities of the IBM Smarter Cities Challenge. In addition, the city has been recognized as one of the most potential cities for investment in Asia.