Vietnam Land Tour‘s members who were born and grew up in Vietnam, have fully certificate, and alot of expererience in international working enviroment. Our dynamic teams are definitely passion, and enthusiasm at work, we are so pround to be one of the most professional tour operator in Vietnam. Our specialist definitely will design for traveler the particular itinerary to ensure all of our clients have the unforgetable memories, and impressive experiences in each destination. As Vietnam Land Tour‘s core value is the happiness of our clients, we commit to be a fellow-traveller, and responsible to the sastisfaction during your journey.
With a wide variety of national parks, white sand beaches, beautiful villages, unique pagodas and ancient monuments, wild forests and islands, Vietnam is a land full of beautiful landscapes, offer tourists cultural depth and history, combined with tourism-friendly areas offering all the facilities a modern traveler could wish for. Vietnam’s people are its greatest asset: outgoing, friendly and eager to meet visitors to share their lifestyle and introduce their countries wonders. We design luxury travel as well as a wide range of beach, family, honeymoon, adventure and classic tours. There is no better way to experience a destination than through the guidance of the local people. At Vietnam Land Tour this key element of local insight drives every step of our tour design and delivery process. We provide customized tours specially crafted for each client, creating a strong relationship between the client and the tour designer and the most comfortable experience for our beloved customers.
Welcome to Vietnam, a lovely country of captivating beauty and proud traditions for thousands’ of years. Vietnam’s cities and towns offer a wide range of contrasting beauties all the way from the Red River Delta in the north to the Mekong Delta in the south, with various unspoiled and amazing beaches, verdant forests and soaring peaks in between. You will also be able to enjoy delightfully complex cuisine – a fusion of French-colonial influences and local staples – and incredible cultural diversity, and you have a recipe for the trip of a lifetime. If you looking for an authentic five-star travel experience to Vietnam and Indochina that you will be able to enjoy to the fullest or a ‘one of a kind’ journey of a lifetime for you and your family. Now you can achieve it, planning for an exceptional Vietnam holiday – just the way you like it. So let’s pick up a tour and join us today for a wonderful time in Vietnam.
Vietnam’s capital races to make up for time lost to the ravages of war and a government that as recently as the 1990s kept the outside world at bay. Its streets surge with scooters vying for right of way amid the din of constantly blaring horns, and all around layers of history reveal periods of French and Chinese occupation – offering a glimpse into the resilience of ambitious, proud Hanoians. Negotiate a passage past the ubiquitous knock-off merchants and you’ll find the original streets of the Old Quarter. Defiant real-deal farmers hawk their wares, while city folk breakfast on noodles, practise t’ai chi at dawn on the shores of Hoan Kiem Lake, or play chess with goateed grandfathers.
Located on the Southern end of the Red River Delta, Ninh Binh is blessed with diverse topography of both mountainous and coastal areas. It can be said that the province contains all the scenic quintessence of whole Vietnam within its relatively small size. Not only that, Ninh Binh represents typical rural villages of Northern region with vast green paddy field, expanding mountains and poetic river that flows to the horizon. Ninh Binh’s history is also worth mentioning: the ancient capital of Vietnam in the 10th century, Ninh Binh is a venue of relics that reflect its 1000 years of history and development.
Ho Chi Minh City is Vietnam at its most dizzying. A chaotic whirl, the city breathes life and vitality into all who settle here, and visitors cannot help but be hauled along for the ride.From the finest of hotels to the cheapest of guesthouses, the classiest of restaurants to the tastiest of street stalls, the choicest of boutiques to the scrum of the markets, HCMC is a city of energy and discovery.Wander through timeless alleys to incense-infused temples before negotiating chic designer malls beneath sleek 21st-century skyscrapers. The ghosts of the past live on in buildings that one generation ago witnessed a city in turmoil, but now the real beauty of the former Saigon’s urban collage is the seamless blending of these two worlds into one exciting mass.
Graceful, historic Hoi An is Vietnam’s most atmospheric and delightful town. Hoi An owes its easygoing provincial demeanour and remarkably harmonious old-town character more to luck than planning. Had the Thu Bon River not silted up in the late 19th century – so ships could no longer access the town’s docks – Hoi An would doubtless be very different today. For a century, the city’s allure and importance dwindled until an abrupt rise in fortunes in the 1990s, when a tourism boom transformed the local economy. Today Hoi An is once again a cosmopolitan melting pot, one of the nation’s most wealthy towns, a culinary mecca and one of Vietnam’s most important tourism centres.
High-energy beach resort of Nha Trang enjoys a stunning setting: ringed by a necklace of hills, with a sweeping crescent beach, the city’s turquoise bay is dotted with tropical islands. The shoreline has been given a huge makeover in recent years, with parks and sculpture gardens spread along the impressive promenade, while the streets inland reveal some quirky boutiques and a cosmopolitan array of dining options. As the restaurants wind down, the nightlife cranks up – Nha Trang is a party town at heart, like any self-respecting resort should be. Forget the curfews of the capital; people play late in this town. If cocktails and shooters aren’t your flavour, there are some more sedate activities on offer. Try an old-school spa treatment with a visit to a mud bath
Nowhere in Vietnam is changing as fast as Danang. For decades it had a reputation as a provincial backwater, but big changes are ongoing. Stroll along the Han riverfront and you’ll find gleaming new modernist hotels, and apartments and restaurants are emerging. Spectacular new bridges now span the Han river, and in the north of the city, the landmark new D-City is rising from the flatlands. Venture south and the entire China Beach strip is booming with hotel and resort developments. That said, the city itself still has few conventional sightseeing spots, except for a very decent museum and a stunningly quirky bridge. So for most travellers, a few days enjoying the city’s beaches, restaurants and nightlife is probably enough. Book an after-dark tour to see Danang at its shimmering neon-lit best.
Designated a World Heritage site in 1994, Halong Bay’s spectacular scatter of islands, dotted with wind- and wave-eroded grottoes, is a vision of ethereal beauty and, unsurprisingly, northern Vietnam’s number one tourism hub. Sprawling Halong City is the bay’s main gateway but its dowdy high-rises are a disappointing doorstep to this site. Most visitors sensibly opt for cruise-tours that include sleeping on board within the bay, while a growing number are deciding to eschew the main bay completely, heading straight for Cat Ba Island from where trips to less-visited but equally alluring Lan Ha Bay are easily set up. Halong Bay attracts visitors year-round with peak season between late May and early August. January to March is often cool and drizzly, and the ensuing fog can make visibility low.
Situated in the prime location in Central Vietnam, Hue is worldwide famous for wonderful natural landscapes, unique festivals, and hospitable local people. The city is worth one of most ideal destinations in Vietnam. Hue is located in a narrow strip of land in the North Central Coast Vietnam, and is the provincial city of Thua Thien – Hue. The city is cultural, political, educational, tourism center of the Central. With the Huong (Perfume) River and valuale heritages of feudal dynasty, Hue is worth one of the most mentioned cities in poety and music of Vietnam. The city currently owns two UNESCO titles in Vietnam.
Established as a hill station by the French in 1922, Sapa today is the tourism centre of the northwest. Sapa is orientated to make the most of the spectacular views emerging on clear days; overlooking a plunging valley, with mountains towering above on all sides. Views of this epic scenery are often subdued by thick mist rolling across the peaks, but even when it’s cloudy, local hill-tribe people fill the town with colour. If you were expecting a quaint alpine town, recalibrate your expectations. Sapa’s French colonial villas fell into disrepair during successive wars with the French, Americans and Chinese, and modern tourism development has mushroomed haphazardly. Sapa today is undergoing a construction boom and, thanks to rarely enforced building height restrictions, the skyline is continually thrusting upwards.
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Vietnamese mango salad (gỏi xoài) is a vibrant dish featuring green mangoes, shrimp, and is highlighted with fresh herbs like mint, thai basil and cilantro. It’s a mouth-watering combination of sweet, sour, salty with lots of contrasts in texture.