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.

Pho Minh Pagoda - Nam Dinh

Pho Minh Pagoda is in Tuc Mac Village, 4km north of Nam Dinh City and 94km south of Hanoi. The pagoda had been built when the Ly Dynasty was still ruling Vietnam, but was expanded in 1262 and later by the Tran Kings.

Lao Cai Photos

Lao Cai is a mountainous province, in the North West of Vietnam. Lao Cai is home to the Hoang Lien Mountain Range with the highest peak in Vietnam – Fansipan. At the base of the mountain range, there are stunning rice terraces and colorful ethnic groups. The base for exploring the beauties of Lao Cai is Sapa, a famed hill station over 1,500m above sea level..

Lang Son Images

Lang Son Province is located to the North East of Vietnam, the provincial capital is Lang Son City, 160km from Hanoi. Lang Son is always on the travel itinerary of the adventure travelers who take the tour the North East of Vietnam. Apart from the tourist attractions in and around Lang Son City, the province offers wild mountains, fresh countryside and myriads former battlefields.

Chi Lang Passage - Lang Son

Chi Lang Passage is located in Chi Lang District, Lang Son Province, near the newly-built highway 1A from Hanoi to Lang Son. The passage is 110km north of Hanoi, 60km south of the Chinese Border and 40km south of Lang Son City.

Nha Trang Images

Nha Trang is a popular tourist attraction for the beach travellers to Vietnam. Travelling to Nha Trang, you'll have an opportunity to get unwound on the dozen-kilometer sandy beach in the city, to explore the offshore islands with many colorful coral reefs, to visit the many cultural monuments around the city and in the surrounding countryside..., or simply to have relaxing time on the many sea-breezed bars on the waterfront. Our below photos were taken by Paradissa Travel's team when we zoomed through the city on a sunny day. 

Po Nagar Cham Towers - Nha Trang

The Po Nagar Tower is the name of the main temple in a complex of  Cham towers on a knoll at the river-mouth of the Cai River,  2km north of Nha Trang City. Nowadays, the name Po Nagar is usually used to refer to the whole complex.

Khanh Hoa Images

Khanh Hoa Province is located in the South Central Coast of Vietnam. The province is more known to tourists with the provincial capital - Nha Trang. But, Khanh Hoa has many other destinations that could offer great holiday experiences which are very little known by most travellers to Vietnam. The below images are samples for you to have more ideas of the landscapes of the province.

Hue Photos

Hue Photos article contains the featured pictures and travel photos of Hue tourist attractions including Hue City, Hue Imperial Citadel and the Royal Tombs of Hue Vietnam.

Tu Duc Tomb - Hue

Tu Duc Tomb was built from 1864 to 1867. The king selected the site and designed the whole complex himself. The tomb was finished when Tu Duc was still in reign and the king would often have retreats from Hue Royal Citadel to live and work from his going-to-be tomb. 

Minh Mang Tomb - Hue

Minh Mang was the ruling king of Vietnam from 1820 to 1841. In 1826, the King ordered the search for a good site to build his tomb and found the place only in 1840. The construction of the tomb had been underway for a few months when Minh Mang died and the successor, King Thieu Tri continued the work based on the design chosen by his father. The construction of Minh Mang's tomb was done only in 1843, 2 years after the king died.

Khai Dinh Tomb Hue

Khai Dinh Tomb is 10km from Hue City and is among the most interesting tombs of the Nguyen Kings. The construction of Khai Dinh Tomb was started on 4th September, 1920 and works were done only after 11 years. Khai Dinh was the last king of the Nguyen Dynasty to build a tomb for himself.

Hue Imperial Citadel

Hue Imperial Citadel was built from 1805 to 1832 by King Gia Long. The whole citadel is balanced on an axis running from north to south.