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Vietnam is located in the centre of Southeast Asia, and is shaped like the letter “S”. It lies in the eastern part of the Indochina peninsula, bordered by China to the North, Laos and Cambodia to the West, and the Eastern Sea and Pacific Ocean to the East and South.

Vietnam’s coast line is 3.260 km with beautiful beach resorts such as: Tra Co, Bai Chay, Cua Lo. Sam Son, Lang Co beach, Non Nuoc beach, Nha Trang beach, Mui Ne beach, Vung Tau beach archipelago has 4.000 big and small islands with marine plants, diversified seafood.

Vietnam’s forest is of tropical forest and Mangrove forest including more than 12.000 flora. The fauna including more than 1.000 kinds of birds and 300 wild animals.

We have 5 World’s Cultural Heritage, recognized by UNESCO: Ha Long Bay, Phong Nha – Ke Bang, My Son Holy Land, Hoi An ancient town, Hue ancient city.

There are 54 ethnic minorities, living friendly and happily together and they are all hospitable to their guests.



Hanoi Capital is the cultural, political, economic and commercial centre of Vietnam. Lots of cultural and historical vestiges of great value remains from thousands years of history. Hanoi still preserves all her charms of ancient capital with these beautiful scapes: the Temple of literature, Sword lake, Tran Quoc pagoda, West lake, Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum Ba Dinh Square, One pillar pagoda, etc…


Quang Ninh is a North Western province of Vietnam, where Ha Long Bay is a Natural World’s heritage Site with more than 1.600 islands and islets, jutting from the ever blue water of the sea and numerous romantic grottoes, has created an enchanted world.


The coastal city Hai Phong is located on the Eastern sea, it is an industrial and commercial centre in the North.

Hai Phong is also an important trading centre lying on rail road air networks with Northern provinces, southern China, and other countries.

Hai Phong has many sea resorts surrounding Do Son peninsula, Do Son has been a famous domestic and international resort with entertainment and reaction centre.

From Do Son, tourists can visit Cat Ba National Park, consisting of tropical virgin forest with a rich flora and fauna and the Natural Wonder of Vietnam Ha Long Bay.


Thua Thien Hue, a province of Central Vietnam, was chosen as the Capital of the Nguyen Dynasty by King Gia Long. Hue still preserves hundreds of historical and cultural vestiges. The main attraction is the splendid Imperial Citadel and Tombs of Emperors under the Nguyen Dynasty and it has been recognized by the UNESCO as a World’s Heritage Site.


Da Nang is a major harbor city of Central part of Vietnam where Sa Huynh culture flourished during the Iron Age dated over 3.000 years ago. Da Nang is famous for its beautiful sea resorts, and sight-seeing as Non Nuoc beach, Marble mountains, Cham Pa historical relics. Hoi An ancient town is one of the most ancient towns in South East Asia. It has been kept almost intact until today, and recognized as a Cultural World’s Heritage Site by UNESCO. It still maintains most of its diverse remains: house, shops, and religious buildings.


Nha Trang City of Khanh Hoa province, along the coast of South- Central of Vietnam is considered as a place where we can see beautiful sunrise and sunset in Vietnam. Nha Trang is a seaside with super sandy beaches, transparent seawater and soft waves.

It is famous for scuba diving tours, with numerous fauna and flora at many islands: Hon Mun, Hon Tam, Hon Lao… tourists can view colorful coral as well as many kinds of fish. Furthermore, there are several places for recuperation. Tourists can take mud bathing, hot- spring bath.


Located in highland, at an elevation of 1.500 m above sea level, Da Lat is endowed with a temperate climate and natural beauty. There are many beautiful lakes and waterfalls, an ideal place to relax after hard working days.

The beauty of Da Lat is enhanced by hundred kinds of flowers, especially for “Orchid”. Da Lat used to be a resort in French Colonia time with many Western Cultural constructions. It is proud of the title “Little Paris in Vietnam”.


Ho Chi Minh City located at bank side of the romantic Saigon River, is the dynamic hub of culture, business and industry for the South of Vietnam, as well as for the whole country.

For centuries, Ho Chi Minh City has been known as Saigon, The Oriental Pearl. Nowadays, Ho Chi Minh City is ranked as a typical city equivalent to the modern Ha Noi capital. Ho Chi Minh City has its own international airport, harbor, and mangrove ecosystems towards the East an intricate canal, river branches and fertile green rice fields.

Here and there, Industrial Zones have been established and quickly developed. However, despite the development and modernization of the city, it still maintains many aspects of its cultural heritage.

Over the years of being affected by many different cultures, these cultures have left their marks in the city, and now, there are Chinese temples, Indian and Muslim Mosques and Cham Pa construction. There are also many fine architectural works left by the French, plus with influences from the United State… , especially, there is Cho Lon town, where many temples, pagodas and ancient houses influenced by Chinese styles.

MEKONG DELTA- Land of Plenty

Its main cultural feature is the reflection of the Southern part traditional culture. It is a cradle for songs and music of reformed opera Cai Luong ( a famous traditional form of Vietnamese opera ).

Visit to Mekong Delta, you will indulge yourself in the natural scenic spots. Its river system is intersected by the other before pouring into the South China Sea. There are stretches to horizon rice fields, four season orchards with different tropical fruits, the native people with their honesty and sincerity. You will feel yourself at home. You can go for a row by sampan, wander along the river, enjoy the traditional classical opera, dine with Vietnamese food and taste four season sweet fruits.

Streets in My Tho City of Tien Gaing province have been the trade- transacting sites of the Chinese since the old days. Visit to what is called “Dragon, unicorn dragon, tortoise, phoenix” peninsula island, you will be told lots of legends here.

Located in the middle of the Mekong River delta, Can Tho is a province which enjoys fertile soil conditions. Its provincial capital is Can Tho City. This City is considered as the capital of those provinces in the western region of South Vietnam. It is known as the center of the South for its commercial activities, traffic systems and is considered as the rice granary of Vietnam. Here, each traditional trade has its own way of performing, Phung Hiep and Cai Rang floating markets will make you “brand new” in this Land of Plenty area.


The province of Tay Ninh is 96 kilometers from Ho Chi Minh City’s Northwestern area. Tay Ninh borders Cambodia on three sides: North, West and South- West. Two rivers running across the province are Saigon and Vam Co, an intersection of the Central South highland and Mekong Delta.

The main tourist spot is Ba Den Mountain (Black Lady Mountain). Millions of domestic and international tourists come here for annual Black Lady festivals. The Black Lady Mountain, the Holy See of Caodaism and the Cu Chi Tunnels are worth visiting.



Located in the Central Vietnam, right at the National crossroad, there are many beautiful beaches, many sand- dunes in yellow or red color which is called “A little desert in Vietnam”. Many well known sight- seeing places such as: Ca Na, Phan Thiet, Mui Ne, Doi Duong, Hon Rom… with several resorts are built up. Tourists can enjoy sea- bathing, fishing, scuba- diving or golf playing.

About Cambodia

Kingdom of Cambodia
【Area】 181,035 km2.
【Population】 14.7 million (2008).

【People】 Khmers (90%)


【Capital city】 Phnom Penh , (Population: 2 million)
【Time Zone】 GMT +7Hours
【International Dialing Code】 855

【Currency】Riel, US dollars  (01USD ~ 4000 Riel)

Cambodia, neighbouring Thailand, Laos and Vietnam in South East Asia, is a country fast becoming recognised for its beauty, historical sites and friendly people, leaving its tragic history far behind. Home to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Angkor Wat, it also boasts the stunning scenery of Tonle Sap Lake and the Mekong Delta, beautiful deserted beaches in the south and remnants of its French colonial past in the capital, Phnom Penh.

Cambodia Holidays

(1)Independence Day:9 November. This national holiday was established to celebrate Cambodia's independence from France in 1953.

(2)King Sihamoni's Birthday: 3 days off (13-15 May). This national holiday was established to celebrate the birthday of HM King Norodom Sihamoni on May 14, 1953.
(3)Khmer New Year:14 – 16 April.  Khmer New Year is considered as the most important holidays to celebrate the New Year in Cambodia. This holiday is usually celebrated for 3 days.
(4)Water Festival – Bon Om Thook (Boat Racing Festival):moveable 13-15 November. Bon Om Thook celebrates the end of monsoon season. A holiday that mark the changing course of the Mekong river and Tonle Sap river.
(5)Former King’s Birthday, Norodom Sihanouk is on 31 October. 1 day off.

Passport and visa

A passport with at least six months validity from the date of entry into Cambodia is required.  We recommend you make a photocopy of your passport and keep it somewhere separate, or scan your passport and keep the scan in an accessible email account.

A visa is required for most nationalities and is available upon arrival at both Phnom Penh and Siem Reap international airports, and at the border crossing from Chau Doc to Phnom Penh. A tourist visa costs US$20 and is valid for 30 days. One passport-sized photograph is also required.

Food and drink

It is not advisable to drink tap water in Cambodia. Bottled water is cheap and widely available.

Khmer cuisine, considered one of the healthiest in the world, has much in common with the food of neighbouring Thailand, although it is generally not as spicy. It is also similar to Vietnamese food, due to its shared colonial French history. The most well-known Cambodian dish is amok. Amok is a coconut based curry traditionally cooked with fish, however it is not uncommon to have it with chicken.

Etiquette and cultural differences

Experiencing different cultures is one of the joys of travelling and it is important that these differences are respected. Cambodia has cultural norms and taboos which we encourage visitors to understand and abide by.

  • Try not to get angry.  Showing any frustrations or annoyances by shouting or becoming abusive is extremely impolite and it is unlikely to achieve a positive outcome. The Khmer’s don’t like to ‘lose face’.
  • Refrain from public displays of affection, they are considered offensive. It is extremely rare to see couples holding hands. However, it is quite common for friends of the same sex.
  • It is polite to remove your shoes before entering a house – look for shoes at the front door as a clue.
  • Cambodians greet each other with a slight bow and a prayer-like gesture, with the younger or lower-ranked person usually initiating the gesture. For foreigners and business, handshakes are acceptable.

Temple visit etiquette

Foreigners are always welcome in temples. However, it is important that a few simple rules of etiquette are followed:

  • Dress appropriately and act with the utmost respect when visiting Wats (pagodas) and other religious sites, including the temples of Angkor.
  • Do not wear shorts or tank tops and make sure your shoulders and knees are covered.
  • Remove your shoes and hat before going into a vihara (monastery).
  • If you sit down in front of the dais (the platform on which the Buddha’s are placed), sit with your feet to the side rather than in the lotus position.
  • Never point your finger or the soles of your feet towards a person or a figure of the Buddha.
  • A woman may accept something from a monk but should never touch a monk.
  • Show respectand turn off mobile phones, remove headphones, lower your voice and avoid in appropriate conversation.

Please note: The central tower of Angkor Wat is closed to visitors on Buddhist holidays.

Phones and Internet Service

  • Post in Cambodia is routed by air through Bangkok, making the service much more reliable than in the past.
  • Telephone connections to the rest of the world are widely available but can be expensive.
  • Internet access is available in most major tourist places such as hotels and restaurants.

Pre-departure checklist

  • Travel insurance
  • Passport with at least six months validity from date of entry
  • Photocopy of passport
  • Visa or a passport photo and US$20 for visa on arrival
  • Vaccinations
  • Foreign currency (US$) and/or ATM card
  • All relevant tickets
  • Reconfirmed flights
  • Lightweight clothing
  • Long-sleeved shirts and trousers (recommended for evenings)
  • Electrical adaptor: 220V, 50Hz; 2 pin plugs
  • A small bag/backpack for day and overnight trips
  • Appropriate shoes for trekking, cycling and walking
  • Insect repellent
  • Sunscreen
  • Medication/first aid kit

Please note: Domestic airlines impose baggage weight restrictions of around 20kg maximum, so travel lightly where possible.