Ricefields at Muong Vi, Bat Xat, Lao Cai
Our 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!

Hoa Binh

Hoa Binh is a mountainous province in north-western Vietnam. The capital city is 74km south-west of Hanoi. The region has a tropical monsoon climate with two seasons: summer from March through October and winter from November to February. Still, different weather patterns exist in the province due to different in altitudes and due to that the land is divided by many high mountains.

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.

Battlefields in Vietnam

Battlefields are dedicated providing information on the former battlefields in Vietnam. Taking a tour with us through the former battlefields would help our travellers more understanding of the past and know more of what's going on now....

Vietnamese People & Population

Vietnam is home to over 54 minorities of which the Kinh accounts for over 87%. They have long history and culture which influences dramatically into the Vietnamese political and societal life. The King inhabit all over the country. Apart from the King, there are the Cham People in the Central Region and southern Vietnam, the Kh'mer in the Mekong Delta. The Hoa people (or Chinese people in Vietnam) live scatteredly all over the country, but most of them live in Ho Chi Minh City, or Saigon.

Chau Doc - An Giang

Chau Doc is an idyllic riverine town located close to the Cambodian border and inhabited by the communities of Kinh, Cham, Khmer and Chinese. There are numerous pagodas in Chau Doc which have Chinese and Hindu influence and which are colorfully painted.

Phan Thiet Mui Ne - Binh Thuan

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. Some resorts have private beaches.

Ca Mau

The inland area of Vietnam looks similar to an S shape, the bottom area of the country is the Mekong Delta and the southernmost area of the Mekong Delta is Ca Mau. This is where the inland of Vietnam protrudes into the East Vietnam Sea of which the tip is Cape Ca Mau. Cape Ca Mau is where you can observe both sunrise and sunset on the sea.

Transport in Vietnam

This is a travel guide and travel information for transportation where you can find useful information on how to get to Vietnam and how to get around the country, the conditions and availability of means of transportation.

Tuyen Quang

Tuyen Quang is a mountainous province in the north-east of Vietnam, 155 km from Hanoi. The province borders Ha Giang to the north, Cao Bang to the north-east, Bac Kan and Thai Nguyen Provinces to the east, Vinh Phuc and Phu Tho Provinces to the south and Yen Bai Province to the west.