Stunning beaches with exotic islands scattered on the horizon, wild forests of lush green surrounding metropolitan cities, concealing ancient temples... The charm of Vietnam merely starts with its natural beauty. Have a feast of the senses as you explore the diverse Vienamese culture, history and cuisine. Soak in the limestone islands of Halong Bay and the imperial city of Hue, and search for Southeast Asian, Chinese and French influences in the culture-rich capital Hanoi. Stroll the colourful streets and the well-preserved ancient town of Hoi An and discover the hidden temples throughout the way. Challenge the chaos of Ho Chi Minh, the largest city and economic centre of Vietnam with a vibrant nightlife. Travel Talk Vietnam tours cover 4 star accommodation, private and comfortable transportation, domestic flights to save on travel time, unparalleled sights and options to extend your journey into Cambodia and Thailand.
Ga Choi Island (Fighting Cock Island), which is no doubt one of the most unique and popular features that has appeared as symbol of Halong Bay.
Dog island is the sympol of peaceful sea and safety for sailing junks in the bay as well as for on board tourists and crews.
Hoi An Ancient Town is an exceptionally well-preserved example of a South-East Asian trading port dating from the 15th to the 19th century.
The Marble Mountains are a cluster of five hills made from limestone and marble in Da Nang. It's also a well-known pilgrimage site with peaks, caves, tunnels and temples all just waiting to be discovered.
Known as the Golden Bridge, it stands 1,400m above sea level above the Ba Na hills, offering majestic panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. The gold-colored footbridge is lined with purple Lobelia Chrysanthemums and extends for almost 150 meters.
The ancient Hue, located on the bank of the Huong River, was recognized by UNESCO as one of the World Heritage Sites. This city is the cradle of Vietnamese culture and used to be the national capital.
Located in front of the Citadel, flag tower is one of Hue monument complex. After being officially constructed under Emperor Gia Long's reign (1807.) The flag tower consists of two parts including tower and the flag pole.
Thien Mu Pagoda (namely Heaven Fairy Lady Pagoda), also known as Linh Mu Pagoda, is one of the most fascinating and ancient pagoda in Hue city.
The Dong Ba Market traces it provenance way back in Hue history. Historically, the market stood outside the Hue Citadel and was the largest commercial center in Thua Thien Hue province. Unfortunately, when the Citadel was attacked in 1885, the market was burned down. Three years later, it was officially renamed, rebuilt, and relocated.
This hillside monument is a synthesis of Vietnamese and European elements. Most of the tomb’s grandiose exterior is covered in darkened, weathered concrete, with an unexpectedly Gothic air, while the interiors resemble explosions of colourful ceramic mosaic.
This interesting and well-curated museum is a must-do for any visitor to Saigon given the impact of the American War, as it is known in Vietnam.
Situated at the center of Ho Chi Minh City, Saigon Notre Dame Cathedral, aka Saigon Notre Dame Cathedral Basilica or Cathedral Basilica of the Lady of the Immaculate Conception, is a symbol and one of the most famous Saigon attractions in the financial hub of Vietnam.
The Chu Chi Tunnels are part of a massive war museum in Ho Chi Minh. They offer visitors a sneak-peek at the underground life of Vietnamese soldiers back in 1948. The site has over 120km of underground tunnels, with trapdoors, living areas, kitchens, storage facilities, armoury, hospitals, and command centres
The Mekong Delta is a network of distributaries in southwestern Vietnam, between Ho Chi Minh City and Cambodia. The river itself starts in the Himalayas and passes through China, Myanmar, Thailand and Cambodia before reaching Vietnam.
The biggest floating market in the Mekong Delta, Cai Rang is 6km from Can Tho in the direction of Soc Trang. There's a bridge here that serves as a great vantage point for photography.
Chau Doc is a bustling center of trade and river transport, yet also a lazy, riverside burg and a throwback to another time.
This immense 800,000-hectare forest is home to an astounding number of wading birds. Much of the wetland is off-limits to visitors so that the birds' breeding grounds are not disturbed.