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.

  • 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.

  • Phu Quoc Island of Vietnam is located in Rach Gia Gulf, 62 nautical miles north-east of Rach Gia Town of Kien Giang Province and 25 nautical miles east of Ha Tien Town. The farthest distance from the north to the south of the island is 49km and the farthest from the west to the east is 27km.

  • Phu Tho Province is located in the North-West of Vietnam; bordered to the north-east by Tuyen Quang Province, to the east by Vinh Phuc Province, to the south-east by Ha Tay Province (Hanoi now), to the south by Hoa Binh Province, to the west by Son La Province and to the west and north-west by Yen Bai Province. The capital of Phu Tho Province is Viet Tri City, 80km north-west of Hanoi.

  • Phu Yen is a coastal province in the south Central Region of Vietnam. Phu Yen is bordered to the north by Binh Dinh Province, to the south by Khanh Hoa Province to the west by Gia Lai Province, to the south-west by Dak Lak Province and to the east by the East Vietnam Sea.

  • Pu Luong Nature Reserve covers an area of 17,662 hectares in the districts of Quan Hoa and Ba Thuoc, Thanh Hoa Province. Pu Luong is 130km from Hanoi via Ho Chi Minh Road, 40km from Mai Chau District of Hoa Binh Province and 110km north-west of Thanh Hoa Provincial Capital.
  • Quang Binh is located in the Central Region of Vietnam. The province is bordered to the north by Ha Tinh, to the east by the East Vietnam Sea, to the south by Quang Tri and to the west by Laos. The coastline of Quang Binh is 116km and the borderline with Laos is 202km.

  • Quang Nam is in the Central Region of Vietnam. The province is bordered to the north by Da Nang and Hue, to the east by the East Vietnam Sea, to the south by Quang Ngai and Kon Tum, to the south-west by Kon Tum and to the west by Laos. The provincial capital is Tam Ky City.

  • Quang Ngai Province is located in the Central Region of Vietnam; bordered to the north by Quang Nam Province, to the south by Binh Dinh Province, to the west of Kon Tum Province, to the south-west by Gia Lai Province and to the east by the East-Vietnam Sea. The capital city of Quang Ngai Province is Quang Ngai City, 130km south of Da Nang, 130km south of Hoi An Old Town, 170km north Quy Nhon City, 400km north of Nha Trang.

  • Quang Ninh Province of Vietnam is located in the North-East of the country. Quang Ninh is bordered to the north by China, to the east and south-east by the East Vietnam Sea, to the south by Hai Phong, to the south-west by Hai Duong Province and to the west by Bac Giang and Lang Son Provinces. The province possesses a rugged coastline of 250km.

  • Quang Tri is 580km south of Ha Noi and 75km north of Hue. Quang Tri contained most of the area called DMZ during the war. It was heavily destroyed and sprayed in the war.

  • Sapa Vietnam is 400km (9 hour drive by car) north-west of Hanoi. This cloud-covered town is located at 1,550m above sea level, cool all year round. There are many magnificent mountains including the peak of Indochina-Fansipan of 3,143m elevation.

  • Si Ma Cai is a remote district of Lao Cai Province. The land is bordered to the north and the west by Muong Khuong, to the south and south-east by Bac Ha and to the north-east by Ha Giang and China.

  • Soc Trang Province of Vietnam is located deep in the Mekong Delta. Soc Trang is bordered to the north and north-east by the Hau River (lower Mekong River) and Tra Vinh Province, to the north by Can Tho Province, to the north-west by Hau Giang Province, to the west and south-west by Bac Lieu Province, and to the south by the East Vietnam Sea.

  • Son La is 280km north-west of Hanoi. Son La Province is bordered to the east by Lao Cai, Yen Bai and Phu Tho Provinces, to the south-east by Hoa Binh and Thanh Hoa Provinces, to the south by Laos, to the west by Dien Bien and Lai Chau Provinces.

  • Tay Ninh is where the headquarters of Vietnam’s indigenous religions - Caodaism is located. The Cao Dai Great Temple at the sect’s Holy See is as extraordinary as the sect’s philosophy.

  • Thai Binh is located to the south of the Red River Delta. The province is bordered to the north by Hai Duong and Hung Yen, to the north-east by Hai Phong, to the east by the East Vietnam Sea, to the south and south-west by Nam Dinh, to the west by Ha Nam.

  • Thai Nguyen Province was the capital of the liberated zone of Viet Bac in the resistance war against the French in the late 1940s and early 1950s. The province shares the border with Bac Kan Province to the north, with Lang Son and Bac Giang Provinces to the east; with Hanoi to the south and the provinces of Vinh Phuc and Tuyen Quang to the west. The capital city of the province is Thai Nguyen City, 67km from Hanoi.

  • Thanh Hoa is located in the north of the Central Region of Vietnam, 160km south of Ha Noi. The province is bordered to the north by Son La, Hoa Binh and Ninh Binh Provinces; to the west by Laos; to the east by the East Vietnam Sea and to the South by Nghe An Province.

  • 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.