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Phu Quoc Travel Tips
Friday, 14/06/2019
Phu Quoc is the largest island in Vietnam, located in the Gulf of Thailand. This island is known as the precious stone of Vietnam tourism because of the endless blue ocean, vast national park, and gorgeous sunsets. If you are traveling in the south of Vietnam and have no clue about where to go apart from Saigon and the Mekong Delta, here are 10 reasons to check Phu Quoc out right now. Moreover, I also cover some travel tips about this area.
Vung Tau Travel Tips
Friday, 14/06/2019

All Things You Should Know Before Travelling to Vung Tau
Vung Tau city or Ba Ria-Vung Tau is close Ho Chi Minh city and 100km from away this city. It is a famous port city in Vietnam. It has long sandy beaches which stretch along the coastline. Along the 20km coastline It has many beautiful beaches such as Truoc (Front), Sau (Back), Vong Nguyet, Dua (Pineapple), etc. All are ideal for sunbathing, swimming and leisure.

Situated in Vung Tau Peninsula, Vung Tau City is one of a few places on the mainland where can admire sunrise and sunset on the sea beautifully.

In addition, Vung Tau city also has many unique relics such as Vung Tau Lighthouse, Jesus Statue, Niet Ban Tinh Xa Pagoda, Thich Ca Phat Dai Pagoda, Long Son Large House, etc.

All the attractions of the city thank to the harmonious combination between natural landscape, urban architecture and cultural works.

When is the best time to visit Vung Tau?
Being in the tropical climate zone therefore visitor can visit this coastline city all year round. It has two separate seasons

The rainy season is from May to October and the dry season is from November to April. The temperature is around 27 degrees, while lowest is 24 degrees and highest is 29 degrees.

How to get to Vung Tau?
+ By bus
The bus is the common transportation to Vung Tau by local people. Therefore, there are many bus daily to this city. They are Phuong Trang, Kumho Samco, Hoa Mai, Toan Thang, ect bus companies for choice to travel. It takes around 1.5 – 2 hours to reach Vung Tau. Each 30 minutes has 1 bus leave the bus station depend on each bus company

Price: around 4 usd to 13 usd/ticket

+ By motorbike
Motorbike is one of common transportation to Vung Tau for young people. It takes around 3 hours to reach Vung Tau beach city.

+ By speedboat
Speedboat is available daily between Ho Chi Minh city and Vung Tau city. It takes around 1.5 hour to reach the city. Some speedboat companies are Vina Express, Petro Pacific Express and Green lines. Address is in Nha Rong Wharf in Ho Chi Minh city. Price is from 7 usd to 12 usd/ticket.

Travel to Vietnam quite easy but to select the best place to visit while visiting Vietnam it's not easy for everyone. After more than 10 years working in travel line. we would like to suggest some famous site should visit while tour to Vung Tau. If it's still hard for you so let us know how is your travel plan?

Danang Travel Tips
Friday, 14/06/2019

Da Nang is a city of bridges, growing rapidly with resort construction attempting redefine itself from the transit center to the destinations. The Hue Imperial City, rich in political history is two hours drive north. At the other direction, the cultural jewel of Hoi An is just forty minutes south. Both are notable travel destinations, which absolutely merit a visit.
Why Da Nang is Special?
Da Nang's 1 million residents and hotels' construction boom are left somewhere in an awkward middle ground. Although boasting a few temples and government buildings, some modern bridges really puts Danang on the international map.

That leaves the beaches, which, for just as far as I sound like a negative Nancy, are actually quite striking. Da Nang has 92 kilometre of coastline. There are roughly 3 separate beach regions of varying popularity and features: The North part of Da Nang includes Xuan Thieu Beach and Thanh Binh Beach facing Da Nang Bay. Both are offer incredible white sand, blue water and fewer tourists, additionally lack many facilities. It is the best beach for the picnic or a cooler for the day.

Hanoi Vietnam Travel Tips
Friday, 14/06/2019
Hanoi Vietnam Travel Tips
Ba Be National Park Travel Tips
13/05/2020

Ba Be was given the designation of National Park in 1992 in an effort to protect this stunning area of rich biodiversity and unique landscapes. As well as this, it also features as an ASEAN Heritage Park. The park itself stretches over 10,048 ha and has many different ecosystems within its borders.

The ground and surrounding mountains are made up mainly of limestone karst which is characteristic of the north of Vietnam, and the forests consist of mostly evergreen vegetation with bamboo growing closer to banks of the lake.

In the heart of the park is Ba Be Lake which is the largest and highest natural freshwater lake in Vietnam. The lake is made up of three smaller lakes and surrounded by limestones karsts some of which open up into magnificent caves. The park also features many caves which have formed over years of erosion some, some of which have only been discovered recently.

Phu My Port Travel Tips
11/05/2020
Welcome to the Phu My cruise port guide. Phu My is the port where larger cruise ships dock to give their guests the opportunity to visit Ho Chi Minh city in Vietnam. Ho Chi Minh city can simply not be reached by the larger cruise ships as the river is too shallow and there is not a cruise berth available in the city. Read our full Phu My cruise port guide underneath to read all about your docking location and what to see and do.
Cantho Travel Tips
11/05/2020
The epicentre of the Mekong Delta, Can Tho is the largest city in the region and feels like a metropolis after a few days exploring the backwaters. As the political, economic, cultural and transportation centre of the Mekong Delta, it’s a buzzing town with a lively waterfront lined with sculpted gardens, an appealing blend of narrow backstreets and wide boulevards, and perhaps the greatest concentration of foreigners in the delta. It is also the perfect base for nearby floating markets, the major draw for tourists who come here to boat along the many canals and rivers leading out of town. 
Muine Travel Tips
11/05/2020
Located a five hours’ drive from Ho Chi Minh City, Mui Ne is a favorite destination for many Saigonese to spend a weekend away from the hustle and bustle of the city and get out into nature. International travelers have also discovered Mui Ne for themselves thanks to the town’s long stretches of beautiful beaches and the abundance of delicious fresh seafood. Apart from that, Mui Ne is home to some breathtaking landscapes and unique scenery you won’t find anywhere else in Vietnam. Curious to know more? Then read on to learn about all the cool things to see and do in Mui Ne.
Nha Trang Travel Tips
11/05/2020
Nha Trang, also known as the Sea city of Vietnam, offers more than six-kilometer stretch of beautiful coastline with white sandy beaches, clear waters with an abundance of marine life and thriving reefs, and as well as more than 19 untouched islets near seashore. Offering a myriad of sightseeing and recreational activities, the coastal town itself is steeped with breath-taking structures that date back to the Champa Kingdom, Buddhist pagoda, and Catholic churches, as well as natural hot springs, salt fields, and unique waterfalls.
Dalat Travel Tips
11/05/2020
Dalat is the capital city of Lam Dong province, Vietnam. Da Lat is the City of Flowers and lovely French villas, the fresh air, the beautiful waterfalls and gorgeous lakes sits in a lush and green valley. When Dalat still had been under France, The French Officials want to set up this city as “Le Petit Paris” (A Little Paris). Beside above names, Vietnamese also called Da Lat under many lovely names such as The City of Love, The City of Poetry and The Green City. Located in the Southern Central Highlands of Vietnam, Dalat is a mid-sized city surrounded by pine-covered peaks and beautiful countryside offering lakes, waterfalls and evergreen forests to explore.
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