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The fertile Red River valley has been the home of the Vietnamese people for almost 5,000 years, and it remains the cultural heartland of the modern Vietnamese nation. With the capital Hanoi at its centre, northern Vietnam offers the best of all worlds - great depth of culture, remarkable landscapes and mouth-watering cuisine
Halong Bay's seascape of limestone towers is the view everyone's here to see, but the karst connection continues inland, to Ba Be's sprawling lakes and the knobbly topped peaks of Ha Giang, until it segues into the evergreen hills of the northwest highlands.
Not to be outdone by the scenery, northern Vietnam's cultural kaleidoscope is just as diverse. In this heartland of hill-tribe culture, villages snuggle between paddy-field patchworks outside of Sapa and the scarlet headdresses of the Dzao and the Black Hmong's indigo fabrics add dizzying colour to chaotic highland markets.
The twisting ribbon-roads winding north from Hanoi reveal a rural world far removed from Vietnam's horns-a-honking big-city streets. If you're up for some road-tripping, this is the place to do it.
|Trip name||Days||From USD|
|Best Vietnam World Heritage Tour In 14 Days Hanoi City, Vietnam to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam||14 days||Contact us||View Trip|
|Halong Bay Escape Luxury Cruise 02 Days 01 Nights Hanoi City, Vietnam to Halong Bay, Vietnam||2 days||$420||View Trip|
|Vietnam Essential Holiday In 12 Days Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam to Hanoi, Vietnam||12 days||Contact us||View Trip|
|Hanoi Street Food Tour Hanoi City, Vietnam to Hanoi City, Vietnam||04 hours in the morning or afternoon||$50||View Trip|
|Vietnam - Cambodia Highlights Discovery 15 Days Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam to Siem Reap, Cambodia||15 days||Contact us||View Trip|
Vietnam is one of Southeast Asia’s most beautiful countries, attracting travelers to its lush mountains, bustling cities, and golden sand beaches. Despite rapid modernization in Vietnam’s urban centers of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh, time-honored traditions remain intact amongst the locals. There are numerous ancient landmarks and colonial structures that have survived throughout the bumps and scrapes of history. Buddhist shrines can be found next to towering skyscrapers, where you can experience vibrant festivals and ceremonies dating back hundreds of years. Long, sandy beaches are home to luxurious resorts and fine-dining venues, making them ideal romantic getaways, while expansive rice terraces on the hills make for excellent hiking excursions. Whether you’re planning a historical tour of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh, a relaxing beach break or simply want to escape the bustling city life, our Vietnam travel guide caters to just about any holiday preference.
12 November, 2019
12 November, 2019