Vietnam guide Vietnam

Hanoi - The capital of Vietnam is a fascinating combination of historical monuments, rich culture and hectic modern life. Its picturesque streets full of markets, the smell of street food and monuments such as the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum or the Temple Complex of Literature reflect the city's rich history and lively atmosphere.

Phu Quoc - Vietnam's largest island invites visitors to discover its white beaches, azure blue sea and lush tropical vegetation. Do you want to visit a pepper or pearl farm? Or to see how the famous fish sauce is made?

Quy Nhon - A picturesque coastal town in central Vietnam, it attracts visitors with its vast beaches, quiet coves and peaceful atmosphere. If you want to relax on the beach, enjoy local specialties or enjoy pleasant walks in nature without crowds of tourists, then head here.

Hue - The former royal city of Vietnam is known for its imposing imperial fortresses, peaceful pagodas and picturesque location on the banks of the Perfume River.

teraced rice fields
Rice fields

Vietnam is located in Southeast Asia on the coast of the South China Sea. It covers 331,212 square km. Over 96 million inhabitants live here.
They speak Vietnamese here and pay in Vietnamese dong (VND).

The capital Hanoi is located in the north of the country. However, this cultural, historical and political center of the country is not the largest city of Vietnam. This is Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon), known for its modern atmosphere, shops and historical monuments. You can find it in the south of the country.

The country's rich history includes periods of Chinese rule, French colonization and wars of independence, including the Vietnam War with the US.

In Vietnam, you can admire a variety of nature, including mountains, beaches, the Mekong Delta and picturesque lakes. One of the most well-known natural attractions - Ha Long Bay has been added to the UNESCO World Heritage List.

The people of Vietnam practice Buddhism, followed by Taoism, Confucianism and Christianity.

Vietnam has a rich culture with traditional art, music, dance and delicious Vietnamese cuisine. Apart from great food, it also attracts tourists with many interesting places, including ancient temples, historic towns, war memorials, tropical beaches and picturesque mountain villages.

Vietnam has experienced significant economic growth in recent years. The country has become an important player in world trade and the importance of tourism is also growing. Today, Vietnam attracts travelers from all over the world.

Phu Khem Beach in Vietnam
Phu Khem Beach in Vietnam