Vietnam’s Destination

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Hoi An (Danang city) - Old quarter City

Hoi An is a colonial town with 122,000 inhabitants, on the Thubon River, near its confluence with the South China Sea. Here once stood the largest port in Southeast Asia. From the 7th to the 10th century, the Cham people got there with their trade of spices great wealth. Then in the 16th – 17th

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Hue - The Old Kingdom

Hue has 1 million inhabitants and was until 1945 the capital of Vietnam. The city is located on the Perfume River, on the north bank one finds the old town – the oldest buildings date from +/- 150 years ago – with the citadel and on the south bank the new city was built. This

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Mui Ne beach

Surfers paradise Mui Ne was formerly a fishing village on an isolated stretch of sand, but was due to the rise of mass tourism transformed into one long street of resorts, which extends over 10 km along the sea. If only advantage one can hereby find that many hotels are opting for low-rise buildings surrounded

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Hanoi Capital - Thang Long Kingdom

Hanoi, the 2nd largest city in Vietnam, since July 2, 1976 (ie after the Vietnam war which ended in 1975), the capital of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. During the Vietnam War the city was heavily bombed. Especially infrastructure such as railways and bridges were severely damaged in this. The city is situated on the

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Hochiminh city

Ho Chi Minh City, with its seven million inhabitant, It’s  about 8% of the Vietnamese population, the largest city in the country. In addition, live here many unregistered contract workers and a large number of illegal immigrants is estimated that 1/3 of the population. Previously, the city was known as Saigon, a name that dates

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Dalat city

Dalat is a hilly town with 189 500 inhabitants, situated at 1475 meters altitude in the south of the central highlands of Vietnam, which is surrounded by pine forests. The cool climate (average 18-25 ° C) makes this place an ideal mountain resort for residents of Ho Chi Minh City, where they can escape the