Ricefields at Muong Vi, Bat Xat, Lao CaiOur Vietnam Travel section is dedicated to a complete Vietnam travel guide with useful travel tips and advice, detailed information for travel destinations, as well as photos and images for Vietnam. All travel guide information is written by Paradissa tour guides and travel experts from our own experiences. We keep it in mind that the travel guide is for our travelers and we try to update the information as "it is". Sometimes things change so quickly that we can't update all information, so please help us to share your experiences and knowledge so that we could provide the travellers to Vietnam with the most up-to-date information. Have nice reading and have a great trip to Vietnam!

Ba Ria – Vung Tau

Ba Ria – Vung Tau, located to the south-east of Ho Chi Minh City, is home to several sandy beaches which are popular at weekend for wealthy travelers from Saigon. The province is one of the biggest economic centers in southern Vietnam.

Dak Nong

Dak Nong is located to the south-west of the Central Highlands of Vietnam. The province is bordered to the north, north-east and east by Dak Lak, to the south and south-east by Lam Dong, to the south and south-west by Binh Phuoc and to the west by Cambodia. The provincial capital is Gia Nghia Town.

Hai Phong

Hai Phong, the 3rd biggest city in Vietnam, is located to the North-East of the country. From the 19th century, Hai Phong has always been known for Hai Phong Harbor, one of the biggest commercial ports in Vietnam. Thanks to the strategic position, Hai Phong has always been important to Vietnam’s defense and economy.

An Giang

An Giang is located to the west of the Mekong Delta in southern Vietnam. The province is bordered to the east by the Hau River and Dong Thap Province, to the south by Can Tho, to the south-west by Kien Giang, and to the west by Cambodia (Kandal and Takeo Provinces).

Dak Lak

Dak Lak is located in the heart of the Central Highlands of Vietnam, bordered to the north by Gia Lai, to the east by Phu Yen and Khanh Hoa and to the south by Lam Dong and Dak Nong, to the west by Cambodia. The provincial capital is Buon Ma Thuot City.

Tien Giang

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.

Lam Dong

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.

Public Holidays in Vietnam 2018-2019

Vietnam follows two calendar systems: the lunar and the solar (Gregorian) ones which affect public holidays in Vietnam dramatically. Depending on each year, public holidays coincides with weekend holidays, then the real holidays (observed holidays) for the Vietnamese for an occasion could be much longer than those on the calendar.

How to Travel To Vietnam

Vietnam is getting more and more popular as a tourist attraction, traveling to Vietnam is getting easier. More airlines operate direct flights and daily direct flights to the country and more cruise companies offer Vietnam as a stop on the cruise itineraries.

Vietnam Travel Tips and Advice

Travel tips and advice provides you with useful information regarding how to deal with your daily routine while you travel in Vietnam such as cash for food and drinks, for your shopping, for taxis; what you should do and should not for your security and for your safety.

Travel Facts for Vietnam

Vietnam travel facts are some important facts in short for Vietnam which is useful for the visitors who are planning to travel and have holidays in Vietnam.

Travel Check List for Vietnam

This is a travel check list, a guide as to what to bring on your trip to Vietnam which is useful when planning your holidays and while you are traveling. Before leaving for Vietnam, the list helps you to bring what is really needed and what can be acquired locally. While you are in Vietnam, it helps you to double-check your belongings when moving from one place to another.