Vietnam

Vietnam’s rich tapestry of ancient cultures, diverse & friendly people, spectacular landscapes, together with beautiful beaches make it one of Asia’s most desirable destinations. The vibrant colours, natural beauty, chaos and splendour create new experiences and adventures every day. Your senses will come alive as you walk though Hanoi’s bustling streets, visit the mystical villages of Sapa or sail around the majestic Halong Bay. Vietnam’s people, sights, food and history keep even the most seasoned traveller coming back for more.
Shrugging off the legacy of its turbulent past, the country has improved its infrastructure dramatically in recent years and a new generation of hotels are springing up all over the country making visits to Vietnam both exhilarating and comfortable.

Vietnam – Beaches

Vietnam had long been over-shadowed by near-neighbours namely Thailand, Malaysia and Bali as a destination for beach holidays in South East Asia. Now Vietnam time has come, a profusion of completely secluded luxury beach hotels and resorts often with private beachfronts and perfect peace and tranquillity has firmly secured Vietnam’s position as a foremost beach …

Vietnam – Safe

Vietnam is generally a safe country for visitors, including lone women travellers. Despite the country’s association with a violent history, visitors today are pleasantly surprised at the warm and secure welcome they receive. As in any country there is some petty crime – though it’s relatively small–scale and shouldn’t be a problem if you adopt …

Vietnam – Cuisine

The spectrum of Vietnamese dishes is surprisingly refined and diverse for such a small country. Every city — often each village — has its own unique local specialties. The cheapest place to encounter authentic Vietnamese cuisine is in a traditional open-air market. Here the most delicious single-dishes are served, the stalls mostly run by women, …