Thien Sinh Valley, Y Ty, Bat Xat, Lao CaiParadissa Travel is staffed by dedicated travelers whose life-long passion is travel and whose life-long occupation is tourism. Our team venture into every corner of Vietnam to search for and collect information which may be useful for our travellers and web visitors. The section Vietnam Tourism is for information related to specific tourist attractions throughout Vietnam. The attractions could range from a temple, a former battlefield site, an old town, a national park or nature reserve... Each attraction would be presented with in-depth information gathered by the years of travel experience and tourism researches by Paradissa's team.

The Lak Lake - Dak Lak

The Lake Lake of 500ha is 56km from Buon Ma Thuot City and is untouched by mass tourism. The lake is on the way between Buon Ma Thuot City and Da Lat.

Phan Thiet Mui Ne Sand - Binh Thuan

Vietnam is small in area, but the country possesses an amazing diversity in terrain. While North Vietnam offers rugged mountains and rocky plateau, the Central Region and the South of Vietnam offers stunning deserts and sand dunes. A trip around Phan Thiet Mui Ne offers spectacular scenes of the desert and sand dunes in southern Vietnam with a vast stretch of sand dunes and desert and the sand seems to change the colors...The below photos were taken on a trip by Paradissa team to get lost into the amazing sand world of Phan Thiet Mui Ne.

Mui Ne Fishing Village - Phan Thiet - Binh Thuan

Mui Ne Fishing Village is 7 km north of Mui Ne Town. The Village offers swaying palm trees and hundred of boats mooring on the water. The best time to visit Mui Ne Fishing Village is in early morning or in late afternoon. You can travel to Mui Ne Fishing Village by car, by motorbike or by bicycle. A leisurely cycling trip is interesting and can be combined with a visit to the fish sauce village and the sand dunes.

The Do Temple Festival - Bac Ninh

The Do Temple Festival is held at Dinh Bang, Bac Ninh Vietnam on the 14th and 15th of the third lunar month. The festival commemorates the coronation of King Ly Cong Uan (Ly Thai To).

Tieu Son Pagoda - Bac Ninh

Tieu Son Pagoda was built around the 10th century A.D, located on the mountain of Tieu, 20km north of Hanoi. Tieu Son Pagoda was where King Ly Cong Uan, who later founded Hanoi to be the capital city of Vietnam was brought up and trained to be one of the most visionary kings of the nation. 

Phat Tich Pagoda - Bac Ninh

Phat Tich Pagoda is in Phat Tich Village, Tien Du District, Bac Ninh Province, 30km from Hanoi. The pagoda is perched on the slope of the Phat Tich Mountain with different buildings along the path from the foot of the mountain leading to the top. The whole complex of Phat Tich Pagoda faces southward overlooking the Red River.

Do Temple - Bac Ninh

The Ly Dysnasty was started by Ly Cong Uan in 1009 and it helped to bring Vietnam into a new era, the era of independence and prosperity. Ly Cong Uan was also a visionary king that built Thang Long  (or Ha Noi) today into the capital city of Vietnam in 1010.

Dinh Bang Community House - Bac Ninh

Like any village in Vietnam, there's always a community house built in the center of the village. The Community House was the center of the village's life: all policies and all affairs of each village were done at the Community House. The Community House was the connection of every one in the village and this was the core of the Vietnamese culture.

Dau Pagoda - Bac Ninh

Dau Pagoda in Bac Ninh Province was built in the 2nd century A.D and claimed the oldest pagoda in Vietnam and the 'Cradle' of Buddhism in the country. That time, Vietnam had been invaded and ruled by the Chinese Han. The territory was called Giao Chi and the capital city of Giao Chi was Luy Lau. 

The Old Quarter of Hanoi

Hanoi Old Quarter is chaotic, hustling, bustling, full of noise days and nights. Hanoi Old Quarter has an exceptional atmosphere that many would like to hang around the whole day. There are many markets in the Old Quarter such as Dong Xuan, Hang Da, Hang Be...to name a few. Besides, the Old Quarter is the place to try some local culinary specialties such as Bun Cha, Cha Ca, Bun Thang, Mien Luon....