Vietnam Travel Guide

Temple of Literature & National University

The Temple of Literature is often cited as one of Hanoi’s most picturesque tourist attractions. Originally built as a university in 1070 dedicated to Confucius, scholars and sages, the building is extremely well preserved and...

Giac Lam Pagoda

Giac Lam Pagoda

Believed to be the oldest temple in HCMC (1744), Giac Lam is a fantastically atmospheric place set in peaceful, garden-like grounds. The Chinese characters that constitute the temple’s name (覚林寺) mean ‘Feel the Woods...

Nguyen Hue Walking Street

Location: Ben Nghe Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City. Characteristics: Nguyen Hue Street is the most modern walking street in Viet Nam. ◊ History (TITC) – Under French domination period, Nguyen Hue Street was Cho Vai...

Dragon Bridge in Da Nang

Dragon Bridge in Da Nang is the longest bridge in Vietnam, offering a dazzling display of lights, fire, and water that no first-time visitor to Da Nang should miss out on. Measuring at 666...

Hoi An Night Market

Hoi An Night Market, occupying Nguyen Hoang Street in the centre of town, consists of over 50 local vendors selling a variety of local snacks, trinkets, clothing, jewellery, and accessories. Widely regarded as one...

23/9 Park

Why 23/9 Park is special ? 23/9 park is located on Phạm Ngũ Lão near Bùi Viện & the main back packer area of Saigon. It extends for 3 blocks & is a popular...

Hoi An Ancient Town

Hoi An, once a major Southeast Asian trading post in the 16th and 17th centuries, is basically a living museum that houses old-town architecture.Some notable heritage buildings include Chinese temples, a Japanese-designed bridge, pagodas,...

Saigon Lifestyle Cruises

From Saigon, visitors can have many choices to come to Cu Chi area or Can Gio mangrove forest. But you can only experience the enjoyable with Saigon Lifestyle Cruises to go to Cu Chi...

Thien Hau Temple

Thiên Hậu is the Vietnamese transcription of the Chinese name Tianhou (“Empress of Heaven”), an epithet of the Chinese sea goddess Mazu, the deified form of Lin Moniang, a medieval Fujianese girl credited with...