Rich in culture and special nature
Vietnam is a vast country, long and narrow, and full of contrasts. The country, ravaged by violence not so long ago, is covering the scars of the past with an optimistic view of the future. Vietnam is in full development, and you will be welcomed here with a radiant smile.In the extreme south is the Mekong Delta . It is not just the rice barn of Vietnam, all kinds of agricultural products are traded on floating markets along the foothills of the Mekong. Off the coast are some archipelagos, true tropical bounty islands with beautiful resorts. Much of the mainland coast also has beautiful sandy beaches, and is rich in historic sites. The ancient trading town of Hoi An is exceptionally well preserved, it is an impressive monument full of charm. In Hue you will find temples and pagodas, remnants of the old imperial empire.Inland are some beautiful nature parks with a rich biodiversity. Here you can see gibbons and other primates, and a lot of bird species. Erratic karst formations are full of caverns and caverns, including the world's largest cave, Hang Son Doong . Rice fields lie like green patchwork quilts between the mountains, the locals move by ox cart or bicycle.Off the coast near Hanoi is Ha Long Bay , with thousands of karst formations rising above sea level. In the far north, near the border with China , is Indochina's highest mountain, Mount Fansipan . The surrounding area is inhabited by traditional hill tribes, and time seems to have stood still here long ago.