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About Vietnam

: Home of over fifty distinct ethnic groups, Vietnam is one of the Southeast Asia destination which gives travelers authentic Asian cultural experiences. Hike around amazing terraced rice fields, home-stays in ethic villages, cruising around limestone islets and caves in Halong Bay, boat ride through spectacular landscape in Tam Coc or exploring the capital city Hanoi, North Vietnam is the place you must include in your itinerary when visiting to Vietnam. Central coast area offers beautiful white sand beaches as well as historical cities Hue and Hoi An. On the other hands, the central highlands are fill with many scenic landscapes and lakes together with some ethnic minority groups. South Vietnam is famous for its Mekong Delta and floating markets. Don't forget to try the delicious Vietnamese cuisine.

Vietnam Tour Packages for 2018 - 2019

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17
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vietnam

Vietnam Family Vacations

Immerse in Vietnamese culture with all your family. Explore its world-class beaches, vibrant cities, and pleasant villages, as you visit traditional workshops and attend performing arts displays.

itinerary: Hanoi - Ha Long - Hue - Hoi An - Nha Trang - Mekong Delta - Saigon
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7
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Mai Chau Trek Adventure

Journey to Vietnam's exciting Mai Chau region to experience great scenic landscapes and the country's cultural heritage through its people. Enjoy an adventure like no other by trekking the mountainous, beautiful terrain of Mai Chau.

itinerary: Hanoi - Mai Chau - Hang Kia - Tau Na - Cun Pheo - Sam Khoe - Hanoi
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$3484
11
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North Vietnam Biking

Cycling through Vietnam's rugged mountains and beautiful village landscapes in the Northwest region. Along the way you will encounter the most colourful hill tribe people, dramatic landscapes and sweeping panoramas. Among the highlights that you will come across are the Mai Chau valley, the terraced valleys of Sa Pa, and the historic battlefields of Dien Bien Phu.

itinerary: Hanoi - Mai Chau - Son La - Dien Bien Phu - Lai Chau - Phong Tho - Sa Pa
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16
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Vietnam North to South

Vietnam is well known to have many highlights and hidden gems as well as its culture and welcoming people. This 16 days North to South Vietnam tour will bring you to the most well known tourist sites in Vietnam. Stroll in the cultural heart of Hanoi, cruise the tranquil water of Ha Long Bay, soak under the sun at the beach of Nha Trang, Go back in time by visiting the ancient town in Hoi An and Hue, explore in the bustling city of Ho Chi Minh and boat ride to the floating markets in Mekong Delta.

itinerary: Hanoi - Lao Cai - Sa Pa - Ha Long - Hue - Da Nang - Hoi An - Nha Trang - Vinh Long - Can Tho - Ho Chi Minh
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$649
3
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vietnam

Intimate Dinner at Hoi An

Make the most of a weekend in Hoi An roaming the charming streets and markets of the Old Town, taking part in superb cooking classes, and having a private dinner with the backdrop of a rice field. 

itinerary: Hoi An
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15
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vietnam, cambodia

Best of Vietnam & Cambodia

Travel Vietnam north to south, from the awe-inspiring Halong Bay to the serene Mekong Delta, making stops in Hanoi, Hue and Hoi An. Then venture into Cambodia to reach the impressive temples of Angkor. 

itinerary: Hanoi - Ha Long - Hue - Hoi An - Ho Chi Minh - Vinh Long - Can Tho - Chau Doc - Phnom Penh - Siem Reap
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$299
3
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vietnam

Wellness Esacapade in Ho Chi Minh City

Indulge in relaxing Spa treatments in Ho Chi Minh City combined with exploring the bustling city of Saigon. Discover Vietnamese traditional medicine and herbs used for health and wellness since ancient times. End this 3 days Vietnam tour with a visit to Mekong Delta where you will learn about the local life of Vietnamese people by cruising in a local boat and cycling along the rivers.

itinerary: Ho Chi Minh City - Ben Tre - Ho Chi Minh City
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5
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Ha Long Bay, Karst Heaven

Travel to the heart of Northern Vietnam and soak in the country's proud history and tempting street food in Hanoi, and sail across a sea of limestone formations and secret caves in Ha Long Bay.

itinerary: Hanoi - Ha Long Bay - Hanoi
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13
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vietnam

Taste of Hanoi to Saigon

Take in Vietnam's must-see destinations as you cross it north to south exploring its vibrant cities, ancient towns and natural wonders, as you feast on its world-class gastronomy and tempting street food.

itinerary: Hanoi - Ha Long Bay - Hoi An - Hue - Ben Tre - Ho Chi Minh City
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6
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vietnam

Royal Banquet in Central Vietnam

Embrace the royal past of the imperial city of Hue, dine in heritage houses and learn from acclaimed chefs in memorable cooking classes. Close your trip in the serene cobbled streets of Hoi An. 

itinerary: Hue - Hoi An - Da Nang
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$2192
14
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vietnam

Vietnam Honeymoon

Enjoy your two week honeymoon vacation in Vietnam through exploring the capital city Hanoi, relaxing on junk boat cruise and experience night fishing in Ha Long Bay, discover the imperial Citadel in Hue , attending cooking class and cook your own traditional Vietnamese food in Tra Que vegetable village, cruising through Mekong Delta witnessing the local life of Delta and cycling through rural path and chat with local people in Cai Son village. This tour will let you discover the beauty of Vietnamese landscape, its culture and hospitality of the locals.

itinerary: Hanoi - Ha Long - Hue - Hoi An - Ho Chi Minh - Vinh Long - Can Tho - Phu Quoc - Ho Chi Minh
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5
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vietnam

Along the Mighty Mekong

Explore Southern Vietnam cruising the waters of the Mekong and observing its daily life and markets, and crown your trip sailing on a mighty river of motorbikes in its most vibrant metropolis: Saigon.

itinerary: Saigon - Can Tho - Saigon
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$1615
6
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vietnam

Savory Saigon and Mekong Delta

Discover the heavenly cuisine of Saigon as you indulge in mouthwatering treats in memorable street-food tours, and dine in lavish colonial mansions. Finish this epic trip cruising the Mekong Delta. 

itinerary: Saigon - Ben Tre - Can Tho - Saigon
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$753
3
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vietnam

Steamy Kitchens of Hanoi

Let the noble Hanoi touch your heart. Explore its astonishing monuments, charge your energy with a Tai Chi class, feel the magic of its performing arts, and lick your fingers with its savory cuisine.

itinerary: Hanoi
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15
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vietnam, laos

North Vietnam & Laos

Take in the highlights of Vietnam and Laos: the colorful Saigon, the charming town of Hoi An, the imperial capital of Hue, the breathtaking Halong Bay, and the temple-studded Luang Prabang.

itinerary: Ho Chi Minh - Hoi An - Hue - Hanoi - Ha Long - Vientiane - Luang Prabang

Vietnam Suggested Itineraries

Highlights, Culture, Landscape

Classic Vietnam 7 Days

Hanoi - Ha Long Bay - Hue – Hoi An - Ho Chi Minh City

Travel between Vietnam’s "must see" cities and witness one of its natural wonders on this 7 day itinerary along the country’s east coast.

Landscape, Adventure, Indigenous Visit

Sapa Hill Tribes Trekking Adventure 7 Days

Hanoi - Sapa - Lao Cai - Bac Ha - Hoang Su Phi - Ha Giang - Hanoi

Visit the colourful hill tribe communities of the Black Hmong, Tay and the Red Dao around the former French hill station of Sapa.

Highlights, Landscape, Culture

North to Central Vietnam 7 Days

Hanoi - Ha Long Bay - Tam Coc - Hue - Hoi An - Da Nang

Experience Vietnam’s rich history, natural beauty, and modern development during this 7 day itinerary across the northern half of the country.

Beach, Culture

South Vietnam Tropical Beaches 7 Days

Ho Chi Minh City - Mui Ne - Nha Trang - Qui Nhon - My Son - Hoi An - Da Nang

Soak up the sun, sea and sand along Vietnam’s South China Sea coastline on this 7 day itinerary.

Landscape, Culture, Indigenous Visit

North Vietnam Highlights 7 Days

Hanoi - Ha Long Bay - Tam Coc - Hoa Binh - Mai Chau - Hanoi

Explore Vietnam’s northern highlights, including its natural landscapes and ethnic minority communities, on this 7 day itinerary from Hanoi.

Culture, Beach

Mekong Delta and Phu Quoc Island 7 Days

Ho Chi Minh City - My Tho - Ben Tre - Vinh Long - Sa Dec - Can Tho - Phu Quoc

Spend a week exploring the rural landscapes and laid-back ambience of Vietnam’s Mekong Delta.

Nature, Culture, Indigenous Visit

Nature and Ethnic Tribes of North Vietnam 7 Days

Hanoi - Cuc Phuong - Pu Luong - Mai Chau - Hoa Binh - Son La - Sapa - Hanoi

Experience Vietnam’s natural beauty and diverse hill tribe cultures on this 7 day itinerary from Hanoi.

Indigenous Visit, Landscape

Central Vietnam Ethnic Highlands 7 Days

Da Lat - Lak Lake - Buon Ma Thuot - Kon Tum - Pleiku

Venture into the cool-climate Central Highlands of Vietnam to visit its ethnic minority villages and mountainous landscapes on this 7 day itinerary.

Vietnam Travel Guide

Country Guide

Vietnam - an emerging Southeast Asia wonder

Vietnam borders China to the north, Laos to the west, and Cambodia to the south. This has led to a Vietnam being populated by several ethnic races and tribes.

Traveller Stories

Taste of Vietnam - Part 1: Ho Chi Minh City

A fabulous warm weather cruise in Southeast Asia has always featured near the top of my holiday wish-list, and last year I seized the opportunity to join a Celebrity Cruises trip.

Travel Guide

8 best ways to experience the Mekong Delta in Vietnam

The rivers and canals serve as the primary means of transport and trade, with floating markets and French colonial port towns busy with the comings and goings of daily life.

Traveller Stories

Taste of Vietnam - Part 2: Da Nang and Hoi An

On most cruises you generally spend every night out at sea and arrive bright and early at the next port; occasionally, if the distances are larger you may spend a day or two “at Sea” between ports.

Travel Tips

7 tips for approaching travel portrait photography

Establishing a connection with your subject, understanding their circumstances or asking them about their life, adds depth to the photographs you come away with.

Travel Tips

5 tips: how to take unique pictures of famous landmarks

Here are five tips to help you get creative and produce some compelling images the next time you stumble across a landmark that has been photographed millions of times.

Traveller Stories

Taste of Vietnam - Part 3: Ha Long Bay

Finally, we were on our way to Ha Long Bay, a wonderland of over 1600 islands and limestone karsts; this had always been the highlight of the cruise for me and I was really looking forward to spending two days.

Vietnam Top Destinations

Mekong Delta

Mekong Delta

Sprawling across Vietnam’s southwest, the Mekong Delta is the country’s agricultural heartland, where spectacular rural landscapes are dissected by bustling waterways, rice paddy fields and traditional villages. Take a boat trip from My Tho to the fruit orchards of Ben Tre and Sa Dec flower village, explore its colourful floating markets, then bird watch in Cao Lanh's surrounds.

Ha Long Bay

Ha Long Bay

The stunning karst limestone formations of Halong Bay in the country’s northeast are best explored on a luxury Chinese style junk boat. Multi-day trips allow you to cruise around its countless caves, hike across remote islands, kayak around secluded bays, and take in the magnificent sunrises and sunsets on offer.

Phu Quoc

Phu Quoc

Situated in the Gulf of Thailand and ringed by spectacular white sandy beaches, Phu Quoc boasts idyllic tropical island resorts, swaying palms and some of the country’s best seafood. Trek or go motorbiking through its densely forested interior to spot wildlife, visit its traditional fishing villages and pearl farms, and go scuba diving or snorkelling in its offshore coral reefs.

Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park

Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park

The ancient karst mountains of the UNESCO listed Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park are home to spectacular cave formations and underground rivers, hidden beneath a landscape of pristine jungle and turquoise rivers. Explore beneath the surface on a caving boat tour, then take an eco trek to spot wildlife, such as macaques, langur monkeys and the rare saola antelope.

Sa Pa

Sa Pa

The former French hill station of Sapa in Vietnam’s northwest is surrounded by lush, green mountains and cascading rice terraces that offer some of Vietnam’s most stunning scenery. Treks through the region take in diverse ethnic minority villages where home stay initiatives offer a captivating insight into the country’s traditional cultures.

Ba Be National Park

Ba Be National Park

With the Ho Ba Be Lake as its centre piece, Ba Be National Park is a landscape of limestone pinnacles, waterfalls and ethnic minority villages in Vietnam’s northeast. Trek through its tropical rainforest to spot parrots, macaque monkeys, and the rare Tonkin snub-nosed langur, explore the fascinating rock formations of its caves, and take a kayaking or boat trip along its lake shores.

Ninh Binh Province

Ninh Binh Province

Located 100km to the south of Hanoi, Ninh Binh Province is home to the stunning karst limestone formations of Tam Coc that tower over lush rice paddy fields below. Explore its caves on a sampan boat tour along the Ngo Dong, go bicycling through its small villages, and visit the temples of the former ancient capital at Hoa Lu.

Vietnam Top Cities

Hanoi

Hanoi

Home to an atmospheric old quarter and centrepiece lakes, Vietnam’s capital city, Hanoi, still exudes a pulsing Asian vibrancy with street hawkers selling steaming pho amidst the chaos of motorbikes in the thousands. Visit its Temple of Literature, One Pillar Pagoda and Tran Quoc Pagoda, then pay your respects at the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum.

Ho Chi Minh City

Ho Chi Minh City

Vietnam’s largest city and economic hub, Ho Chi Minh City is traversed by wide boulevards lined with designer boutiques, and connected by alleyways where local life abounds. Explore the grand architecture of the Notre Dame Cathedral, Independence Palace and Saigon Central Post Office, then immerse yourself in its wartime history at the War Remnants Museum and nearby Cu Chi Tunnels.

Hoi An

Hoi An

The ancient port town of Hoi An, with its beautifully-preserved old houses, is a UNESCO World Heritage site and centre of handicraft and lantern production. Admire its Chinese temples, Japanese covered bridge and vibrant central market, then explore the nearby beach of Cua Dai and port city of Da Nang, or venture southwest to the UNESCO listed My Son ruins.

Hue

Hue

Former 19th century capital of Vietnam, the Hue Imperial Citadel is picturesquely situated on the Perfume River. Despite suffering extensive wartime damage, the city’s Royal Tombs, Thien Mu Pagoda and Dong Ba Market are among its historical charms, while strong cultural roots are on show at the biennial Festival of Hue.

Da Lat

Da Lat

The cool-climate hill station of Dalat, located in the southern region of the Central Highlands, stands in stark contrast to the tropical climate of the nearby beach resorts of Nha Trang. Take in the serenity at its surrounding lakes and waterfalls, trek to nearby hill tribe villages, and venture north to the coffee growing region of Buon Ma Thuot.

Nha Trang

Nha Trang

Vietnam’s premier beach resort and party destination, the seaside town of Nha Trang is blessed by a beautiful curve of sand, dotted with offshore islands. Go scuba diving on the surrounding reefs, take the cable car over to Hon Tre Island, explore its historic fishing villages and witness the ancient architecture of the Po Nagar Cham Temple.

Mui Ne

Mui Ne

Famed for its magnificent desert-like sand dunes and laid back atmosphere, the former fishing village of Mui Ne in Vietnam’s southeast is now one of its most upmarket beach resorts. Together with the nearby fishing village of Phan Thiet, it is also emerging as an adventure sports capital, with excellent kitesurfing and wind surfing along its coast between October and April.

Vietnamese Unique Experiences

Take a Mekong Delta floating market tour

Take a Mekong Delta floating market tour

Cruise the Mekong Delta’s waterways in a traditional sampan boat to explore the vibrant floating markets of Cai Be and Can Tho, ignited by the bustle of local life and trade of goods and produce.

Explore the Cu Chi tunnels of the Vietnam war

Explore the Cu Chi tunnels of the Vietnam war

Delve into the history of the Vietnam War at the former Viet Cong underground stronghold of Cu Chi where a cavernous tunnel system supported not only guerrilla activities, but also schools and hospitals.

Experience a Mai Chau family homestay in the north

Experience a Mai Chau family homestay in the north

Immerse yourself in the local lifestyle and culture of Mai Chau on a multi-day trekking tour and hill tribe homestay initiative, exploring the region’s lush tea plantations, towering limestone formations and refreshing waterfalls.

Take a Vietnamese cooking class in Hanoi

Take a Vietnamese cooking class in Hanoi

Discover the secrets of northern Vietnamese cuisine in the beautiful city of Hanoi, with cooking classes introducing you to its famously fresh ingredients at local markets and the philosophy behind its preparation.

Go snorkelling and scuba diving in the Con Dao Islands

Go snorkelling and scuba diving in the Con Dao Islands

Boasting Vietnam’s best diving and snorkelling, the Con Dao archipelago hosts turtles, sharks, rays and a diverse range of fascinating macro life. Learn to dive on an introductory course or explore the depths of Vietnam’s only dive-able ship wreck.

Take a bike tour through the rice terraces of Vietnam

Take a bike tour through the rice terraces of Vietnam

Cycle through the magnificent rural landscapes of Sapa and Son La on a northern bicycle tour, taking in remote hill tribe villages, the rugged mountains of Mai Chau and the historic battlefields of Dien Bien Phu.

Visit the minority hill tribe villages of Lak Lake

Visit the minority hill tribe villages of Lak Lake

Get a glimpse into the local life, handicraft production and ancient customs in the minority hill tribe villages of the Central Highlands Lak Lake, renowned for the traditional longhouses which line its shores.

Best time to visit Vietnam

Northern Vietnam - The cool, dry winter extends from November to April and the northeast monsoon brings reduced temperatures, ideal for visiting Hanoi, Halong Bay and Sapa. During December and January, temperatures can get particularly cold at night in the mountainous northwest and heavy fog often blankets both Halong Bay and Sapa. The hot and humid summer is between May and October with July to September seeing the heaviest rains, muddy trekking routes and some severe weather along the coast.

Southern Vietnam - Although temperatures remain fairly constant throughout the year, the dry season from November to mid-May is the best time to visit the beaches of Phu Quoc when skies are mostly clear. This is also the ideal time to go sightseeing in Ho Chi Minh City or take a boat trip through the Mekong Delta as the southwest monsoon from late-May to October sees heavy rains which can cause flooding.

Central Coast Vietnam - The centre of Vietnam experiences its driest weather between January and September, making this an ideal time to visit the beaches around Nha Trang, Hoi An, Hue and Danang. The short wet season along the coast extends from October to December, with heavy rain and occasional typhoons, while the Central Highlands see the majority of rain between May and October. Although this is an atmospheric time to experience the hills, if you don’t want to risk having outdoor activities rained out, then opt to visit during the drier months.

Vietnamese Ethnic Groups

Dao

Dao

The Dao migrated into Vietnam from China in the 13th century and today are scattered around the hill station of Sapa. Their women are distinctive in colourful, embroidered red or black trousers and jackets, with red turbans elaborately decorated in tassels and bells. They are known for producing intricate woven garments, as well as traditional paper.

Hmong

Hmong

Inhabiting the high altitude slopes of Vietnam’s mountainous northwest, the colourful Hmong people are one of the country’s most iconic hill tribes, often visible at local markets where they sell their beautiful handicrafts. While they have traditionally been rice farmers, the Hmong have rapidly adapted to the opportunities offered by tourism and the preservation of their cultural traditions.

Tay

Tay

Inhabiting the valleys and lower mountain slopes of Vietnam’s northern provinces, the Tay people have cultivated rice throughout the region for centuries using traditional harvesting methods. Their women are known for wearing indigo-dyed skirts and sarongs, while folk songs and ancestor worship are important aspects of their cultural beliefs.

Mnong

Mnong

Scattered across the Central Highlands of Vietnam, the Mnong live in small villages surrounded by rice paddies and are known for producing rattan and bamboo furniture, woven handicrafts and pottery. Their customs are passed down through folktales and song, while older generations still exhibit the stretched ear lobes and filed teeth once considered the traditional sign of beauty.

Festivals in Vietnam

Tet (Vietnamese New Year)

Tet Festival - Vietnamese New Year

Marking the start of spring in either late January or early February, the Vietnamese New Year celebrations known as Tet are a time when families reunite to worship ancestors and begin the year afresh. As well as paying their respects at temples, people parade through the streets with masked dancers, firecrackers, drums and gong, followed by a traditional Vietnamese feast.

Tet trung thu

Tet Trung Thu Festival

The mid-Autumn Moon Festival, Tet Trung Thu, celebrates the end of the intensive harvest period and gives parents an opportunity to spend quality time with their children. It is marked by parades of children through the streets, carrying colourful lanterns and singing traditional songs, participating in lion and dragon dances, and the distribution of Banh trung thu moon cakes.

Lim Festival

Held on the 13th day of the first lunar month each year at the Lim Hill Pagoda in Vietnam’s north, the Lim Festival celebrates the traditional Quan Ho folk songs of the region which are performed by both men and women. Highlights include colourful processions and ceremonies, as well as a weaving competition of Noi Due girls, singing as they work.

Vietnamese Gastronomy

Renowned for its fresh use of ingredients and textural contrasts, Vietnamese cuisine features broth-based soups, abundant use of aromatic herbs and only briefly cooked meats and vegetables which retain their high nutrient content. It draws on not only local influences from neighbouring China, but also those brought by the colonising French.

The north is renowned for its noodle-based diet, with light and balanced dishes that are flavoured with fish and soy sauces, as well as limes. In contrast, the Central Highlands sees far spicier food, with small and complex dishes combining to make elaborate meals. Seafood features heavily in the cuisine along Vietnam’s coast, with its influence extending all the way to the south of the country, and both sugar and coconut milk give a distinct sweetness to the rice-based dishes of the Mekong Delta region.

Pho

Pho Noodle Soup

A popular breakfast food served at street-side vendors everywhere, Pho is a traditional noodle soup based on a meat broth, and served with thin cuts of either beef or chicken, spring onion, bean sprouts, lime and chilli. In the north, Pho tends to be simpler with fewer ingredients, while in the south it is far more complex.

Spring rolls (Goi Cuon)

Goi Cuon - Spring Rolls

The Vietnamese Spring Rolls known as Goi Cuon are traditionally filled with various combinations of pork, prawn and vegetables, which are combined with rice vermicelli. These ingredients are wrapped within fresh, uncooked rice paper, and served with a delicious soy-based peanut dipping sauce.

Banh Mi

Banh Mi

Brought to Vietnam by the French, Banh Mi baguette sandwiches are found on street corners country-wide, filled with your choice of cold cut meat or minced pork meatballs and topped with coriander, cucumber and picked vegetables.

Bun Cha

Bun Cha

Featuring fatty grilled pork, accompanied by rice noodles, herbs and a dipping sauce on the side, Bun Cha is one of Hanoi’s most famous dishes and popular at local restaurants throughout the north.

Banh Xeo

Banh Xeo

Made from rice flour, turmeric and sometimes coconut milk, these savoury fried pancakes have regional variations of ingredients that include pork, shrimp and bean sprouts. It is often served wrapped in rice paper or mustard leaf and served with a sweet and sour sauce.

Shopping in Vietnam

The shopping on offer in Vietnam’s big cities like Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh can be overwhelming, with a dizzying array of goods and handicrafts on offer at Hanoi’s Old Market and entire streets dedicated to particular products in Ho Chi Minh City, including made-to-measure clothing and faux designer wear. But venture into the highlands and unique handmade hill tribe crafts can be bought direct from the villages, while high-quality coffee can be sampled at its source.

Conical hats

Conical Hats

You will see traditional conical hats worn by locals throughout Vietnam as a practical means of sun protection, and they can be bought in souvenir shops across the country. But those found in Hue are truly unique, with images or poetry woven into the design that are only visible under spot lighting.

Hill tribe handicrafts

Hill Tribe Handicrafts

Found throughout the villages and local markets of Sapa, traditional hill tribe handicrafts include beautifully embroidered fabrics and scarves in unique designs, elaborate silver jewellery and home ornaments that depict quintessential Vietnamese scenes.

Coffee

Coffee

Initially introduced to the country by French colonists, Vietnam is the world’s second largest coffee producer. Most of it is grown in the Central Highlands around Buon Ma Thuot and it is renowned for being both strong and flavourful.

Straw tray art

Straw Tray Art

Featuring a vast range of facial expressions and colourfully adorned in tassels, straw tray artwork makes for a distinctively Vietnamese home decoration and can be found at tourist markets country-wide.

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