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The Pandanus resort was built in 2004 within a ten-hectare garden on a 300-metre-long, secluded beach. Located east of the cape at Mui Ne, it is far removed from the frenetic pace of the Ham Tien-Mui Ne strip. It is one of the most successful large resorts in the region with one of the highest occupancy rates. It is also very spacious and the expansive grounds are a tick in its favour. The vast entry ...
A good value option, Con Ga Vang has a decent restaurant near the beach, beach chairs, and bungalows. The swimming pool is not quite as nice as some of the other options.
Behind the facade of this resort in the middle of the Ham Tien-Mui Ne Strip lies a tropical beach paradise waiting to be discovered. Coco Beach was the first resort to open along the strip ...
Tropical chic meets traditional elegance at Sea Links Beach Hotel. Each of their 188 rooms and suites have panoramic views of Mui Ne Bay. Simply elegant and luxurious, the hotel has plenty of activities to ...
This beautiful riverside hotel is always booked – here’s 5 special reasons why. Villa Song's colonial mansion and restaurant reside along Saigon River in District 2’s Thao Dien ward, a 20-minute taxi ride from District ...

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Viewed through the lens of its historic past, Vietnam may appear to be a nation defined by sorrow and loss. But zoom in and take a closer look and you will see one of Southeast Asia’s fastest growing economies, determined to become a developed nation by 2020. Vietnam is going through a time of remarkable development but is still a land of incredible beauty and captivating culture. This is a country that is home to seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites – seven others are on its pending list. Among its population of 90 million are 54 distinct ethnic groups, each with their own language, lifestyle and cultural heritage.

With its rapid growth and colourful diversity, Vietnam attracts an increasing number of travellers – more than six million visitors yearly – and is constantly praised as one of the most interesting destinations for expats due to its income opportunities and quality of life, not to mention its endless charm. Even those who have been living in Vietnam for years will tell you that every day is an adventure in this land of the dragon people. So, get ready to soak up the rich culture and vivid lifestyle while starting your own extraordinary journey.

Read on to find out what to do in Vietnam and the best places to go in your ultimate Vietnam guide.

 

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    4 - 4.5 hours (Half Day Afternoon tour by Bike) - Village Discovery ...

    2:00 pm Meet your tour guide at the meeting point (of 23 Nguyen Khac Nhu, Ba Dinh Dist, Hanoi) for a short introduction and safety briefing.  Leave the built up streets of Hanoi via a scenic road winding through the city’s Old Quarter, through the urban outskirts and into the countryside.  We pass the Hanoi’s oldest bridge–The Long Bien which ...

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    9-10 hours (Flexible) - Private Temples & ...

    08: 00 am Leaving the hustle and bustle of Ho Chi Minh City behind we journey 2 ½ hours into the countryside bound for the Cao Dai temple in Tay Ninh district.  First stop will be at a local family for a delicious home cooked lunch and offers a great chance to talk with them about life in Vietnam. After ...

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    1 day - Historical Excursi...

    7h30 - Start the day with a visit to the famous Cu Chi Tunnels. It is a network of tunnels stretching over 200 km. It became legendary during the 1960's in playing a vital role in the Vietnam War by allowing Viet Cong (communist guerillas) to control large rural areas during night time while the opposite controlled during day time. ...

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Stay at Fanny Ice Cream
Fanny Ice Cream
Have a jones for authentic French-style ice cream in Saigon? Head to Fanny's and savour their many gourmet ice cream specialties and unique flavours found nowhere else. A combination of great value, an attentive staff and creative flavours makes Fanny's Ice Cream a popular stop for locals and HCMC visitors ...
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Stay at Viet Village
Viet Village
Viet Village serves authentic Vietnamese cuisine in a majestic atmosphere in central Saigon. Located in a beautifully renovated 50-year old French colonial villa, Viet Village offers a reasonably priced menu featuring mouth watering dishes that cover Vietnamese cuisine from North to South. The attentive staff is very knowledgeable and can ...
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Stay at Sen Spa
Sen Spa
Nurturing in the pureness of nature, Sen Spa is a sanctuary for those who seek the ultimate Zen experience. Lose yourself in a sensory haven and wash away the pressures of Ho Chi Minh City life at Sen Spa.
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