welcome to Vietnam. What images spring to
mind when you think of Vietnam? Conical hats
emerging from lizard green rice paddies? Grainy
black and white colonial-era photographs of slender.
dark-haired women in flowing white Ao Dai dresses?
Soldiers and red flags? Shinning exotic white-sand
beaches fringed with coconut palms? Luxurious Asian
style resorts and golf courses? Saigon, the
exciting southern city, or Hanoi, the northern
Vietnamese capital. Hue, the ancient
capital of Vietnam to Dalat, the romantic
city, fabulous sites as the World Heritage,
is all these things and more, a country with a past
as rich as the Soil in the blazing green deltas.
This past reads like a romantic legend full of heroic
struggles and astounding victories, whereby this
small country retained its culture, absorbing and
adapting the strengths of its foes but never losing
its traditions or its sense of history. In Vietnam,
traditions carry real meaning. Ancient heroes are
still venerated at colorful temple festivals, people
honor their ancestors, and village elders teach
values of hard work, hospitality, and filial loyalty.
With 54 ethnic groups, most of whom live in remote
areas and follow age-old customs, Vietnam
offers unparalleled opportunities for cultural exploration
It is beautiful country, a long, hourglass of land,
stretching over 900 miles up the eastern coast of
the Indochinese Peninsula. Vietnamese
people describe their country as a bamboo shoulder
pole slung with two baskets of rice - the fertile
southern Mekong Delta and the northern Red
River Delta. From these lowland paddy Fields
stretch vast rubber plantations, rolling hills covered
with thick jungle, and jagged mountains rising more
than 10,000 feet in height. Vietnam is an
incredibly exotic Asian jewel, with over
1900 miles of coastline features the endless stretches
of empty, serene white sand beaches of Phan Thiet,
Nha Trang, Phu Quoc and others. And
Vietnam can accommodate the seasoned world
traveler in everything from five star Vietnamese
resorts and Asian expats can find even
the most modest of Vietnam housing for long
varied topography allows for an incredibly varied
Asia travel experience. The country offers
everything from tropical coastal lowlands to temperate
zones above 6000 feet. In South Vietnam,
the rainy season lasts from May to November, but
the showers are usually limited to brief bursts
in the late afternoons. Along Vietnams central
coast, the driest season runs from June to October.
Visitors to North Vietnam are often surprised
by the region's distinct seasons; summers are hot
and humid while winters are invigoratingly cool.
Travel to Vietnam is a year round adventure.
with fine tropical weather, spectacular natural
scenery and historic sites, Vietnam's greatest resource
is its friendly, welcoming people. Long closed to
the outside world, Vietnam retains a charming
innocence that more touristy regions lack. And the
Vietnamese people and their smile will remain
in your memory long after you depart.
the decade since the country opened its doors to
visitors, Vietnam has built world-class hotels
and tourism facilities. With international-standard
lodgings, world class Asian food, and traditional
Vietnamese hospitality, Vietnam is ready
to take you on an unforgettable adventure. Join
us and explore the legend of the blue dragon
and what is now known as the friendliest Asian
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