Vung Tau, one of the most beautiful destinations in Vietnam, is attractive more and more local and foreign tourists at the weekend. You are free to go swimming and enjoy fresh seafoods and many other services in Vung Tau Tours.
Enjoy the scenic journey along the Express Trung Luong Highway, take a leisurely boat trip around the four beautiful islands known as Dragon, Unicorn, Phoenix and Tortoise islands, Visit the picturesque orchards and sample the freshly picked fruit at the invitation of friendly local farmers, Get on a rowing boat ride in the shadows of the water-coconut palms along the tiny canals of Ben Tre Province. Learn the traditional rural lifestyle of the Mekong Delta inhabitants.
This day tour takes you to the tunnels of Cu Chi and gives you a glimpse of Vietnam War. Travel northwest of Ho Chi Minh City where you will be lead through the jungle as your guide explains the history of the tunnel, the ingenuity of the Cu Chi residents and their daily life during the wartime. Return to the city for lunch, and then enjoy a half day city tour to visit the city’s main landmarks.
Ha Long Bay, literally ‘descending dragon bay’ is one of the most wondrous bay said to be created when an ancient dragon swished its immense tail. Despite being one of Vietnam’s busiest tourist sites attracting million visitors each year, the bay’s enormous scale, unique karst formations and indisputable splendor makes a visit here worthwhile experience. One day tour to Ha Long is not enough to enjoy its fullest, however it is for those who have limited time then.
Why not seeing Saigon at a different angle? The tranquil Saigon river setting creates the perfect place to relax and enjoy live music and fabulous river scenery while relishing time spent with your special ones. Your meal is accompanied by a live band and other local entertainers
Phở Hùng is not the oldest phở restaurant in town, but it is a popular casual phở chain for both locals and expats. At Phở Hùng, you can find different kinds of phở noodle soup plus various rice and other noodle dishes.
The charming Vietnamese capital has aged well, preserving the Old Quarter, monuments and colonial architecture, while making room for modern developments alongside. Hanoi may have shrugged off several former names, including Thang Long, or "ascending dragon," but it hasn't forgotten its past, as sites such as Ho Chi Minh's Mausoleum and Hoa Lo Prison attest. Lakes, parks, shady boulevards and more than 600 temples and pagodas add to the appeal of this city.
An English speaking guide will lead you on a four hours journey in the city. Visits at Manamuni Pagoda, where the Mahamuni Buddha Image is the highly venerated. The buddha crown is studded with rubies, sapphires, emerals, jade and diamonds. Kinwun Mingyi Monastery, dubbed as the "Scottish house" by local people and built in teak wood. Zaycho Market, is the oldest largest and the most important market in upper Myanmar.