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Vietnam Guide

Vietnam Guide

The design of the modern-day áo dài, a Vietnamese national costume, evolved from an outfit worn at the court of the Nguyễn Lords at Huế in the 18th century. A court historian of the time described the rules of dress as follows: Outside court, men and women wear gowns with straight collars and short sleeves. The sleeves are large or small depending on the wearer
Vietnam Attractions

Vietnam Attractions

Hanoi's elaborate road system is most fun to explore in the Old Quarter and to follow to Ho Chi Minh's Mausoleum. A winding train ride up the mountains in Sapa lets visitors overlook it all. All of this spills out to the relaxing beaches of Mui Ne or Cat Ba Island or to the historic and unchanging calm of Hoi An. Vietnam's monsoon season is heavy with rain and humidity May through August and northern Vietnam cools down in January.
About Vietnam

About Vietnam

Travelling by plane is the fastest way to cover big distances in Vietnam and domestic carriers are Vietnam Airlines and Jetstar Pacific. Trains are a popular and comfortable method of overland transport too,though they are substantially more expensive than buses. Travellers can catch the Reunification Express,an overnight train that runs the entire coast from Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City and takes approximately 30 hours. Long-distance bus services connect most cities in Vietnam and public buses travel between the cities' bus stations. Travellers should note that international driver's licenses are not accepted in Vietnam,making car rental very difficult,but hiring a car with a driver is quite common
Things to do in Vietnam – Top 14 unique things should be in your bucket list

Things to do in Vietnam – Top 14 unique things should be in your bucket list

Regardless the duration you stay in Vietnam or religions you visit, you shouldn’t miss unique experiences listed below. Let’s check out what are top 14 things to do in Vietnam.
8 things you should know before you arrive in Vietnam

8 things you should know before you arrive in Vietnam

Vietnam is an opened country and there are not too many rules in Vietnam, but there are a couple of things you should notice for a better holiday in Vietnam. Let see 8 things you should know before you arrive in Vietnam.
Choose the best time to visit Vietnam

Choose the best time to visit Vietnam

Vietnam enjoys a mild tropical or subtropical climate and aside from a few months a year in the high northern region you'll never need to worry about packing cold-weather gear. But do bring an umbrella, especially if visiting from July to November, Vietnam's stormiest months.
One Week in Vietnam - Where to Go, What to Do

One Week in Vietnam - Where to Go, What to Do

Vietnam covers a long distance north to south, making domestic travel a little taking time. If you’ve only got one week in Vietnam, I’d recommend sticking to the northern part of the country.
Most romantic honeymoon destinations in Vietnam

Most romantic honeymoon destinations in Vietnam

People are going more nature and blending cultural and heritage elements in their honeymoon trips overseas. Let VietnamTour filter out some of the most unique destinations for honeymoon vacation in the timeless charming Pearl of Indochina - Vietnam.
Sapa trekking

Sapa trekking

Sapa trekking is one of the must-do things tourists definitely should not miss when coming to this alluring tourist attractions. 
Sapa town - an impressive fog town

Sapa town - an impressive fog town

Sapa town is a beautiful and romantic town with the spectacular views on clear days; fresh air and temperate climate. It is 333 kilometers (208 miles) from Hanoi and 38 kilometers (23.8 miles) from Lao Cai town.