Muong Vi, Bat Xat, Lao CaiWhen you plan to embark for a holiday to Vietnam, the first question in your mind is normally where to go and what to see in the country? The Vietnam destinations section includes travel information and travel guide for all major travel and tourist destinations in Vietnam. For specific information related to a tourist attraction or tourist spots, you may like to visit the Vietnam Tourism section.

  • Kien Giang is located to the west of the Mekong Delta overlooking the Rach Gia Gulf. The province is bordered to the north by Cambodia (56.8km borderline), to the east by An Giang and Can Tho, to the south by Hau Giang, Bac Lieu and Ca Mau, and to the west by the Rach Gia Gulf. The provincial capital of Kien Giang is Rach Gia City.

  • Kon Tum is located to the top north of the Central Highlands of Vietnam. The province is bordered to the north by Quang Nam Province, to the west by Laos and Cambodia; to the east by Quang Ngai Province and to the south and south west by Gia Lai Province.

  • Lai Chau is a mountainous province, located to the North-West of Vietnam. Lai Chau shares border with China to the north and north-west, with Lao Cai Province to the east, with Yen Bai to the south-east, with Son La to the south, with Dien Bien to the south, south-west and west.

  • Lam Dong Province is located to the south of the Central Highlands of Vietnam. The province is better known to the visitors for its capital – Da Lat which is located in the pristine plateau of Lang Biang.

  • Lang Son Province is located in the North-East of Vietnam, sharing the border with Cao Bang Province to the north, with China to the east, with Quang Ninh to the southeast, with Bac Giang to the south and with Thai Nguyen and Bac Kan Provinces to the west.

  • Lao Cai Province of Vietnam is located in the north-western region of the country. Lao Cai shares border with China to the north, with Ha Giang to the east, with Yen Bai to the southeast and south, and with Lai Chau to the west. The capital of the province is Lao Cai City, 300km north-west of Hanoi. The province possesses sublime untouched natural beauties, rich and colorful ethnic cultures, and has long been a popular tourist attraction for the Vietnamese tourists as well as for foreign visitors.

  • Long An is a province in the Mekong Delta, bordered to the north by Cambodia and Tay Ninh, to the east by Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), to the south by Tien Giang, and the west by Dong Thap.

  • Long Hai is a small town and fishing centre, about 120 km southeast of HCMC, 25 km northeast of Vung Tau City and 15 km southeast of Ba Ria City, a new administrative and commercial centre of the Province Ba Ria - Vung Tau. Long Hai has a long expanse of sandy beaches running the full length of the sleepy town covered in trees.

  • Mai Chau of Hoa Binh Vietnam is a little valley surrounded by green mountains and dotted with lakes, paddy fields, rivers and houses on stilts of the local Thai people. Driving from Ha Noi to Son La or Mai Chau, most travellers would stop at the entrance to Mai Chau which offers the breathtaking panoramic view of the area.

  • The Mekong River is among the biggest rivers in the World, starting its nearly 5,000km course from the Tibetan Plateau traveling its way through China, Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam. The Mekong River discharges its water into the East Vietnam Sea in southern Vietnam via its nine major tributaries. For this reason, the local people call it the Cuu Long River (or the River of Nine Dragons) and the Delta created by sediments of the Mekong's tributaries is called Dong Bang Song Cuu Long – The Mekong Delta.
     
  • Moc Chau is a plateau in Son La Province with the elevation of 1.050m above sea, stretching over 80km in length and 25km in width. The plateau has a temperate climate with average temperature in the summer around 18-20 Degrees Celsius; with annual rainfall around 1500-1600mm and average humidity around 85%.

  • Mu Cang Chai is little known to foreign visitors to Vietnam, but for Vietnamese photographers and young travelers that is where they go for photography of stunning golden rice terraces in late September and early October. You come here during this time, everywhere you turn you'll be dazzled by the softly curved lines of the golden rice terraces on low hills just by the roadsides, deep down by the riversides, on the brinks of the ravines, on the vast mountain slopes towering up and stretching all the way to the horizon…

  • My Tho, the capital city of Tien Giang Province, is the closest destination of the Mekong Delta for the travelers from Ho Chi Minh City.

  • Nam Dinh Province is located in the Red River Delta, northern Vietnam. Nam Dinh is bordered to the north-east by Thai Binh Province, to the north-west by Ha Nam Province, to the south-west and south by Ninh Binh Province and to the east by the East Vietnam Sea. The capital of Nam Dinh is Nam Dinh City, 90km south of Hanoi.

  • Nghe An is located to the north of the Central Region of Vietnam. While Vietnam is a skinny country running from north to south, Nghe An is right at the north of the slim area in the Central Region. The province is bordered to the north and west and south-west by Laos, to the north and north-east by Thanh Hoa, to the east by the East Vietnam Sea, to the south by Ha Tinh. Nghe An is the biggest province in Vietnam in area. The provincial capital is Vinh City.

  • Nghia Lo Town is 80km south-west of Yen Bai provincial capital city and 200km north-west of Hanoi. Nghia Lo along with its Muong Lo Valley has come into Vietnamese literature and history books, it has been a low-key travel destination due to bad road, lack of tourist service and lack of information...

  • Nha Trang City is the provincial capital of Khanh Hoa Province, south of the Central Region of Vietnam. Nha Trang is famous for white sand beaches, turquoise transparent sea water and stunning coral reefs, and has always been among the top popular tourist destinations in Vietnam.

  • Ninh Binh is tucked deep to the south-western corner the Red River Delta and characterized by lotus flower lakes, towering limestone mountains, vast rice paddies and evergreen untouched forests. Hoa Lu a district of Ninh Binh was the capital city of Vietnam in the 10th century A.D. Cuc Phuong National Park of Ninh Binh is among the best preserved national parks in Vietnam and was the starting point of the legendary Ho Chi Minh Trails in the War.

  • The North-West of Vietnam is characterized by high mountains and colorful ethnic minorities. The North-West of Vietnam includes the provinces of Hoa Binh, Son La, Lai Chau, Dien Bien, Ha Giang, Lao Cai, Yen Bai.

  • Mui Ne of Phan Thiet Vietnam is a sleepy fishing town 200 km (4 hour drive) northeast of Ho Chi Minh City. The region of Phan Thiet Mui Ne is beautiful with many sand dunes and white sand beaches, crystal clear water. Phan Thiet Mui Ne is good for anyone who likes to relax and have easy holidays. Accommodations at Mui Ne at Phan Thiet are good with many luxurious resorts and bungalows with private beaches.