HO CHI MINH CITY (SAIGON)
Ho Chi Minh City is the business and financial hub of Vietnam, with a prominent history. The French embellished the city
Vietnam's capital lies on the banks of the Red River, some 100 kilometres from its mouth. Previously known as Thang
Da Nang is the fourth largest city in Vietnam. The main reason for most travellers staying here is its proximity to the
The city of Hoi An is one of the quietest in Vietnam. Cars are not allowed in the main streets and, unlike in the rest
PHU QUOC ISLAND
Phu Quoc is a stunningly beautiful island in the far south of Vietnam, the country's largest. 99 forested mountains
Often called the Riviera of the South China Sea, Nha Trang has miles of white, sandy beaches with mountains at each end,
MUI NE AND PHAN THIET
About 200 km north of Ho Chi Minh City are Mui Ne and Phan Thiet. Together, these traditional fishing villages are fast
HA LONG BAY
Halong Bay is a beautiful natural wonder in northern Vietnam near the Chinese border. Designated a World Heritage Site
Straddling the banks of the Perfume River, this historic city dates back to 1687. It was the capital of Vietnam during
China is known for its architectural wonders such as the Great Wall and Forbidden City, its staggering variety of delicious food, its martial arts, and its long history of invention.
Japan is a very unique country and that not many places in the world can be compared with it. The culture, the history, food, and the place itself it's something that you can't find anywhere else.
Korea is one of the few countries that has successfully transformed itself from a low-income to a high-income economy and a global leader in innovation and technology.
Taiwan is an amazing island nation that is nestled in the middle of the ocean off the coast of Mainland China. It is so unique because of its history and a number of unique cultural factors.
Singapore is a small but prosperous island nation that has a lot to offer when it comes to quality of life and individual growth.
Tibet developed a distinct culture due to its geographic and climatic conditions. While influenced by neighboring cultures from China, India, and Nepal, the Himalayan region's remoteness and inaccessibility have preserved distinct local influences, and stimulated the development of its distinct culture.