Spiritual tour by cruise ship launched in Hoa Binh
The union of Viet Nam Tour Club and Hoa Binh Tourism Joint Stock Company on January 17th launched a spiritual tour by cruise ship, departing from Ha Noi.
Quang Binh opens tours to world's 4th largest Pygmy Cave
Tours to Ho (Tiger), Over and Pygmy Caves in the central province of Quang Binh have been launched by Jungle Boss, a local tour operator.
Hoi An - City of Lanterns
Hoi An - City of Lanterns   (Jan 08, 2018)
Hoi An is a city in Viet Nam about 30km to the south of Da Nang. The Old Town of Hoi An is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.…
Ha Noi to launch open top bus tour before Tet
The government of Ha Noi City has announced to launch a double-decker bus tour before the 2018 Lunar New Year holiday to spur tourism development in the city.
Saigontourist launches new river tours
Saigontourist Holding Company, Viet Nam’s leading tourism services provider, has just put into service five new tourist boats and launched seven new river tours, taking in popular destinations in the city and neighboring areas.
Hue city halts night tour due to rain
The night sight-seeing tour “Citadel by night” at the Hue Monuments Conservation Centre will be temporarily stopped due to heavy rain.  
Fortuna offers virtual reality tour
Fortuna Hanoi Hotel is the first hotel in Ha Noi to utilise the cutting-edge technology of 360-degree video to entice potential visitors.
Tours offer insights into Quang Nam’s beauty, culture
The central province of Quang Nam, which is hosting the APEC Finance Ministers’ Meeting and related meetings, has designed typical tours for tourists to discover the locality’s culture and people.  
Quang Binh opens new tour through Son Doong Cave in 2018
From 2018, the tour discovering the largest cave in the world - Son Doong - will be officially organised by exploiting the route through the cave after the successful pilot of passing the "Great Wall of Viet Nam" inside the cave.
Ho Chi Minh City rolls out seven new waterway tours
Domestic and foreign tourists to Ho Chi Minh City will have exciting experience discovering the beauty of local scenery as state-owned tour operator Saigontourist launched seven new waterway tours on September 28.
Your Viet Nam visa during an Indochina holiday
Touring Indochina is quite an adventure. Viet Nam, Laos and Cambodia have all had their problems during the second half of the 20th century but each of them has now been peaceful for some time now. The consequence of this has been a significant increase in tourism, especially in Viet Nam. If you are looking for an adventure, you can certainly do worse than visiting…
Holiday at Viet Nam's best beaches
There’s a new show in town. There was a time when tourists thinking about a holiday near a pristine beach and a crystal clear blue sea though ‘’Caribbean’’, ‘’South Pacific’’, perhaps islands in the Indian Ocean? They remain great destinations but in recent years, Viet Nam has come to rival these places in many ways, and with the country having much more to offer than…
Viet Nam luxury tour at an affordable cost
Indochina began to attract travellers, often backpackers, some time ago. The wider tourism industry took a little longer but such is the quality of the experience, history, culture, cuisine, people and natural environment that it is no surprise that Viet Nam’s visitor numbers have been increasing year on year, and last year exceeded 10 million for the first time. There is something for everyone, and…
Essential guide to Viet Nam   (Sep 18, 2017)
Essential guide to Viet Nam
Viet Nam is a country that has a rich history and is one of the few countries in South East Asia with an economy that is on the up. Fantastic people, great food and plenty of things to see make this country a tourists hotspot for westerners who want to experience a culture that is so different to their own. Before one packs up their…
How to experience the culinary delights in Viet Nam
Viet Nam is a thin, long country that takes plenty of influences from its close neighbours (Cambodia, Laos and China). For instance noodle dishes served in the north of the country take influence from China. Also, when travelling north to south, the food as you progress south starts to become more rice-based and sweeter. A reason for this is the mighty Mekong Delta and warm…