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Vietnam Tours

Vietnam's rich and diverse heritage reflects a rare complexity of styles and cultures. A most compelling destination from the rice terraces of the north to the Mekong Delta in the south, prepare yourself for more shades of green than you could ever imagine. History and colourful local traditions run shoulders with a past filled with ancient glory merging to create the most fascinating of countries.

Highlights of Vietnam

Things to See & Do

  • Halong Bay

    Halong Bay

    One of the world’s most scenic places, to cruise here is an unforgettable experience. With more than 3,000 islands rising dramatically from the emerald waters of the Gulf of Tonkin, Halong Bay is one of south-east Asia's most spectacular sights. As well as cruising in the bay, you can explore the extensive caves systems on some of the islands, with their impressive stalactites and stalagmites.

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  • Hanoi


    A city of tree-lined avenues and ornate architecture, which holds more cultural sites than any other city in the country, the Vietnamese capital still exudes all the colonial elegance of its French heritage. Lying besides the Red River it has enjoyed a prominent place in Vietnam’s turbulent history for nearly 1,000 years, a factor reflected in its wealth of pagodas and temples and the myriad artisans trading amongst its colourful and diverse network of back streets.

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  • Mekong Delta

    Mekong Delta

    Essential to the very livelihoods of its people, the myriad network of channels and tributaries that make up the Mekong Delta offer a spectacular window upon life along the banks of this mighty river. Rich in cultural diversity and scenic splendour, the lush landscapes present an ever-changing tableau of village life, offering a stark contrast to the colonial grandeur and vibrancy of some other parts of the region. Sightseeing is predominantly based on or along the river, visiting remote fishing villages and traditional floating markets and exploring river islands and remote pagodas, enjoying the serenity of the forested hills and rice paddies and the spectacle of life amongst the tropical wetlands of south eastern Vietnam.

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  • Hoi An

    Hoi An

    One of Vietnam’s 5 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Hoi An is a picturesque town, providing visitors with a collection of temples and traditional Chinese-style merchants’ houses. The exceptionally well-preserved narrow streets of this ancient town are perfect for exploring on foot or bicycle.

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  • Hoi An full moon festival

    Hoi An full moon festival

    The Full Moon Festival in Hoi An coincides with the full moon on the lunar calendar. A highlight of any trip to Vietnam, Hoi An turns off any excess lighting and decorates its streets with candles and lanterns. Traditional music fills the air whilst tea lights float down the river in a truly magical evening. All our 2013 departures of Highlights of Vietnam and Indochina Grand Tour are timed to coincide with this ancient event.

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  • Saigon


    Vietnam’s commercial and cultural heart is today one of the most dynamic cities in Asia. With over 200 temples, a wealth of museums, shops and restaurants and the bustling chaos of Ben Thanh Market, it evokes the very essence of Vietnamese character past and present.

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  • Danang


    One of Vietnam’s oldest cities, Danang lies just 70 kilometres from the fabulous ruins of My Son, one of the most important Hindu temple sites in Southeast Asia. The city also plays host to the craggy peaks of the Marble Mountains, whose caves contain a number of ancient Buddhist sanctuaries.

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  • Fusion Maia

    Fusion Maia

    Fusion Maia embodies a concept that is Asia’s one of a kind. All spa treatments are on free and unlimited offer. Guests have extensive freedom to enjoy deluxe spa services including massage, beauty and body treatments. Meanwhile every single villa has its own private pool, and breakfast is served any time and place at no extra cost. This newest addition to Central Vietnam’s beach resorts has 80 spacious, stylishly decorated pool villas, 4 spa villas (2 bed rooms) and 3 luxurious beachfront villas (2/3 bedrooms) that ensure an intimate yet contemporary atmosphere.

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  • Hue


    Founded during the 17th century, on the banks of the Perfume River, Hue served as the feudal capital of the Nguyen Dynasty. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the old city is one of Vietnam’s most valued historic treasures. The Imperial City, based on Beijing’s expansive Forbidden City still lies behind 10 metre thick walls.

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  • Mai Chau

    Mai Chau

    Mai Chau lies around 135 kilometres from Hanoi, in a mountainous valley deep in the heart of Hoa Binh Province. Famous for its traditional stilt houses and its rich mix of ethnic minorities, the region’s captivating combination of natural beauty and cultural diversity provides the perfect setting for village treks.

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