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About Vietnam

Vietnam is the crown jewel in southeast Asia. With climatic variation between north and south, there is a wealth of opportunities for exploration. Hanoi, the capital, blends history with modernity. Ho Chi Minh City has a frenetic feeling and wonderful dynamism. Elegant French colonial-era buildings sit alongside modern high rises. Nha Trang’s beaches are a great draw, while Mui Ne is a popular southern getaway. Hoi An is simply fabulous, not to mention also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Vietnam’s long coastline and warm Pacific waters make it a splendid travel destination.

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Ba Na Hills
4.6/5
890 Reviews
Mountain
Located 40 kilometers west of Da Nang, Ba Na Hills is now an integrated entertainment site with premium hotels, aerial cableways and theme parks. Ba Na Hills cableway is very distinctive, overlooking the primeval forest from a high altitude, as if you have been transported to a fairyland. Atop the mountain, visitors will find the Linh Ung Bai But Temple. Within the temple, there is a huge alabaster Goddess of Mercy who guards and protects the entirety of the Ba Na Hills.
Nha Trang Beach
4.5/5
1,039 Reviews
Beach
Nha Trang Beach consists of 6 km of sandy beach, coconut trees, clear blue waters and a row of high-end hotels and cafes just across the road from the beach. Most are right within walking distance of the beach. There are plenty of places to rent sun loungers, swim or play volleyball on the beach. Locals come by in the early morning to work out and run, and it is also a popular place to for evening strolls as the sunlight wanes.
My Khe Beach
4.5/5
715 Reviews
Beach
My Khe Beach is located on the eastern outskirts of Da Nang. With soft, fine sands and clear ocean water, it is a very desirable location to visit. Go early in the morning if you want to watch the beautiful sunrise over the sea. Aside from walking on the beach, you can enjoy the sea view or rent a lounge chair for sunbathing. There are also many water sports for you to take advantage of, including jetskis, banana boats and parasailing. Treat yourself to the many seafood restaurants around the beach.
Hoi An Old Town
4.4/5
746 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
Historic Town
Hoi An Old Town is about 30 kilometers from the city of Da Nang. This is an ancient city filled with ethnic Chinese architecture and people. Dotted with Chinese and Japanese-style buildings, there are a number of mutually beneficial societies including the Fujian Society, the Guangzhou-Zhaoqing Society, the Huizhou Society, the Hainan Society and the Chinese Society. During daylight hours, Hoi An Old Town is bustling. Consider strolling along the streets poking your head into the small shops or stopping for a cup of coffee in a café. Once night falls, Hoi An Old Town is very charming. It transforms into a world of lanterns lit in a variety of colors. Wherever you look, lanterns of all shapes and sizes are hung high illuminating the street below.

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On April 15, 2019, the world was stunned to learn fire had ravaged Notre-Dame Cathedral in the heart of Paris. In a matter of hours, centuries of history that had survived revolution, two world wars, and natural disasters was swept from existence. It is with heavy heart we mourn the loss of these cultural treasures.
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