A junk with sails on Halong BayA comprehensive list of travel destinations in Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar. Paradissa provides you with in-depth information and photos for the destinations which is aimed for your planning a holiday in these countries. Browsing our articles and get inspired! Do not hesitate to contact us for further information should you need any.

  • Thanh Hoa Province is located 160 km south of Hanoi. Thanh Hoa, which stretches from the Laotian border to the East Vietnam Sea, is rarely visited by the foreign travellers to Vietnam. The province is home to Pu Luong Nature Reserve, the Ho Citadel, Ben En National Park, Sam Son Beach, Hai Hoa Beach... which could make your holiday to Vietnam a completely different travel experience.
  • Thua Thien Hue is a province in the Central Coast of Vietnam. The province is much better known to tourists by its capital – Hue City which was the capital city of Vietnam in 1802-1945. Hue City is among the most popular tourist destinations in Vietnam.

  • Tien Giang Province is located to the north-eastern corner of the Mekong Delta in southern Vietnam. Tien Giang in Vietnamese means the Frontal River which means this river is like the facade of the Mekong Delta.

  • Tra Vinh Province of Vietnam is bordered to the north-east by Ben Tre Province, to the north by Vinh Long Province, to the west and south-west by Soc Trang Province and to the south and south-east by the East Vietnam Sea.

  • Dong Van Karst Plateau with sheer rock surface and numerous high mountain peaks is certainly an ideal place for travelers who visit Vietnam on a photography tour.

  • It was Thursday and I was getting funky again. The weather seemed to have changed last night with new rounds of monsoons which made temperatures drop and the air fresh. The breezes were so gentle and the air was dry. This kind of breezes is called “Heo May” in Vietnamese.

  • Tuyen Quang is a mountainous province in the north-east of Vietnam, 155 km from Hanoi. The province borders Ha Giang to the north, Cao Bang to the north-east, Bac Kan and Thai Nguyen Provinces to the east, Vinh Phuc and Phu Tho Provinces to the south and Yen Bai Province to the west.

  • Vang Vieng is an idyllic village-town which lies on the banks of the Nam Song River, in central Laos. Vang Vieng river offers the visitor with many unexplored tunnels and caverns, stunning mountain scenery and access to fascinating hill tribe villages. Accommodation in this sleepy town is riverside, offering sublime morning and evening views.

  • Vientiane,Laos' capital city, curving along the Mekong River, has the peace and tranquility that never fails to offer a relaxing time to the visitor.All the weathered French villas, leafy streets, the curved roofs of ancient Buddhist temples above trees make Vientiane unique and charming that not many capital cities have.

  • The word Vietnam conjures up images of brutal jungle battles, the traumatic wars, charming young girls in Dao Dai, the appealing rice fields, the wild mountains, the sandy beaches… Join Paradissa travelers on our Vietnam travel guide to explore the highlights of Vietnam to know much more of this amazing country.

  • Vinh Long Vietnam is located in the heart of the Mekong Delta. The province is bordered by Tien Giang Province to the North, by Dong Thap Province to the North West, by Ben Tre Province to the East, by Tra Vinh Province to the South East and by Can Tho Province to the South. The capital city is called Vinh Long Town 136 km from Saigon.

  • Vinh Phuc Province is a buffer area between the the Red River Delta and the mountains in the north-western region of Vietnam. Vinh Phuc is 50km north-west of Hanoi. Vinh Phuc is getting to be a big industrial areas in Vietnam nowadays with investments from global companies.

  • Vung Tau is the most popular weekend beach destination for the well-to-do from Sai Gon. The water is not too clean, but the many water sports, outdoor restaurants, the full range of tourist facilities and the proximity to Sai Gon attract many Saigonese tourists to flock to Vung Tau to get unwound at weekend.

  • Xieng Khuang lies on Laos eastern border, bounded to the north and north-east by Hua Phan, to the north and north-west by Luang Prabang, to the east by Vietnam, to the south by Bolikhamsai, to the south-east by Vientiane and Saisombun.

  • Xin Man District of Ha Giang Province is 150km from Ha Giang Provincial Capital Town, 40km from Hoang Su Phi District of Ha Giang Province and 60km from Bac Ha Town of Lao Cai Province. Xin Man is right on the border between Vietnam and China.

  • Yangon is the capital city of the Union of Myanmar (formerly known as Burma). The city is distinct itself from other capital cities in Asia with dilapidated colonial buildings and shiny Buddhist monuments.

  • Yen Bai, a land of the rugged mountains that conceal so many records of history, of the breathtaking mountain passes which made many battles of Vietnam into legends, of the evergreen tea plantations which hypnotize the travelers passing by, of the golden rice terraces which have defined the standards of the wild beauty of north-western Vietnam, of the ethnic minorities whose life has remained unchanged for centuries, of the fresh hill stations whose climate remains almost unchanged all year round... is not yet on the tour itineraries or travel plans of most travellers to Vietnam.

  • Yen Minh is a district of Ha Giang Province, 100km north-east of Ha Giang City. Yen Minh is part of Dong Van Karst Plateau – a member of the Global Geopark Network, bordered to the north-west by China, to the west by Quan Ba District, to the south-west by Vi Xuyen, to the south by Bac Me, to the south-east by Cao Bang Province, to the east by Meo Vac and Dong Van Districts.