Imagine a city where the exotic chic of old Asia blends with the dynamic face of new Asia. Where the medieval and modern co-exist. A city with a blend of Parisian grace and Asian pace, an architectural museum piece evolving in harmony with its history, rather than bulldozing through like many of the region’s capitals. Hanoi is where imagination becomes reality.

A mass of motorbikes swarms through the tangled web of streets that is the Old Quarter, a cauldron of commerce for almost 1000 years and still the best place to check the pulse of this resurgent city. Hawkers in conical hats ply their wares, locals sip coffee and bia hoi (beer) watching life (and plenty of tourists) pass them by. Witness synchronised t’ai chi at dawn on the shores of Hoan Kiem Lake while goateed grandfathers tug at their wisps over the next chess move. See the bold and beautiful dine at designer restaurants and cut the latest moves on the dance floor. Hanoi has it all: the ancient history, a colonial legacy and a modern outlook. There is no better place to untangle the paradox that is modern Vietnam.

The grand old dame of Asia, Hanoi lay in a deep slumber after Vietnam’s partition in 1954 until the effects of economic reforms kicked in four decades later. The city survived American bombs and Russian planners to emerge relatively unscathed in the early 1990s as an example of a French-conceived colonial city. Huge mansions line grand boulevards, and lakes and parks dot the city, providing a romantic backdrop to the nonstop soundtrack. There are still moments of Paris, as the smell of baguettes and café au lait permeates street corners.

Known by many names down the centuries, Thanh Long (City of the Soaring Dragon) is the most evocative, and let there be no doubt that this dragon is on the up once more.

As one of the small islands in Nha Trang Bay in the central coast city of Nha Trang, Mot Islet is attractive to visitors for its breathtaking beauty. Coming to the islet, around nine kilometers from the mainland, visitors can admire what can be described as a stunning picture of nature, enjoy fresh seafood, and…
Situated some 10 kilometers from the coastal city of Nha Trang in Khanh Hoa Province, Kenh Ha Lake is considered as a primitive tourism site attracting a lot of tourists, especially those coming from Russia. Kenh Ha Lake, which is also called Dong Bo Lake, covers an area of nearly 30 hectares. The lake is…
Located some 15 kilometers off Ba Ngoi Wharf to the east and 60 kilometers off the coastal city of Nha Trang to the south, Binh Ba Island is quite small, covering an area of three square kilometers only. The venue, which used to be crowded with tourists on weekends only, is now turning a favorite…
Unlike busy lifestyles in urban Nha Trang in the south-central province of Khanh Hoa, and unlike bustling activities seen in the modern city with crowded beaches and classy hotels and restaurants, there are other places of tranquility in the famous city. Nhan Tam, a destination in suburban Nha Trang, can give tourists a peaceful yet…
Ta Gu Waterfall is one of famous tourism destinations in Nha Trang, located in Son Hiep commune, Khanh Son district, Khanh Hoa province. From the centre of Khanh Son district following the opposite direction 15 km further, there is Son Hiep commune. Reach there, visitors can easily recognize the majestic mountains which are about 1,300 m higher…
Khanh Hoa province, central coastal land with great potential for economic development, especially tourism. Walking the coastal path, visitors spoiled the souls into the "painted charming sea" scene- very impressive that few places can offer. Nha Trang - the capital city of Khanh Hoa province has been famous as an ideal destination for domestic and…
With the admission fee of 20.000 VND/ adult and 10.000 VND/ children, guests can visit the entire resort, play lots of games, take a swim in the sea and relax. To get a tour around the resort, you can choose to either ride a tandem for the price of 20.000 VND/ hour; ride a horse…
Truc Lam Pagoda, situated on Hon Tre island, in the resort of Vinpearl Land, opened in September 2008 after 2 years of construction. And in May 2009, the pagoda was identified and approved to be the on-island biggest pagoda. Since then, it has become one of the cultural and spiritual centers, attracting a great number of…
From Nha Trang city , take the National Highway number 1 for about 40km to the south, then turn to the east, go over the Long Hổ bridge; you've arrived in  Cam Ranh Bay. Cam Ranh Bay is about 100 km ²  with five to six km width, nearly 15 km length and a depth…
Am Chua is an old-aged historical and cultural remain of the Agarwood home land, closely associated with the tradition of worshiping Thien Y A Na. Along with the legend of Thien Y A Na, the remain clearly expresses the remarkable the cultural exchange between the Viet and Cham nations. The temple is located halfway up…
Location: Đầm Môn is located in Vân Phong Bay, Vạn Thạnh commune, Vạn Ninh district, Khánh Hòa province. It is about 80km north of Nha Trang City on the National Highway 1A and about 45km by the sea. Features: Đầm Môn Peninsula is beautiful with its stretching sand dunes, about 20 isles with virgin forests,…
Please come to Con Se Tre, located on Hon Tre island with a particularly different style than that of Vinpearl focusing on the ancient, folk design which is harmonious to nature. Stepping onto the island, visitors will first be welcomed by friendly, funny faces painted on the rock. The unique highlight of the entire system of houses,…
After nearly 10 years of construction and operation, Vinpearl Land has become an ideal destination for tourists and has been referred to as a "tropical paradise". This resort provides luxury accommodation is also the venue of beauty contests and other national and international cultural events. Vinpearl has earned the name, The Pearl of Vietnam.   Tourist paradise It…
Located at the foot of the outcrop where Bao Dai Village is constructed, the Oceanographic Museum of Vietnam is an interesting aquarium in which you can gain the exact image of Nha Trang marine environment. Opened to the public on September 14th, 1922, it is a popular destination for both domestic and foreign tourists. All…
Hon Chong is a cluster of huge stones located in Khanh Hoa Province. In the language of Vietnamese, there are two meanings of Chong: to stack and husband. Normally, local people refer to Hon Chong in the second meaning.  However, the first meaning seems to be more appropriate in explaining the arrangement of these giant…
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