Travel to Vietnam
DMC Vietnam, our country is simply captivating. White beaches, emerald green mountains, simple villages where life has not changed much in hundreds of years, vibrant cities, where rikshaws wind their way through traffic and families of 5 share one small moped or transport large household goods... Hold on to your hat, welcome to Vietnam. Colonial mansions, French influences, old temples where you have to step over the treshold, so you automatically look down to show your respect. You also find highlands, wildlife, rainforests and beautiful islands. Today, this gracious and graceful country of rare beauty is an outstanding travel destination
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Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
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Travel Highlights Vietnam
Cat Ba, near Halong, has lush forests, mangroves and freshwater swamps, beaches, caves, and waterfalls. The Northeast side of the island is now a National Park, including a protected marine zone. The town is small and ancient, with clusters of fishing boats and stunning sunsets across the harbour. Close by you'll find Cat Co Beach, whose mountains look like a throne holding a marvelous sandy coast, and the rockier Cat Vang Beach.
Known as the jewel of the southern Central Highlands region, Dalat is one of the most delightful cities in Vietnam. It was originally the playground of the French who built villas in the clear mountain air to escape the heat and humidity of the coast and of Saigon. Dalat is also a good base for trips into the surrounding highlands, which remain tranquil.
Ha Long Bay
Ha Long means 'where the dragon descended into the sea', and refers to a legend about a dragon who created the bay and islands with its flailing tail. It's 3000 islands rising from the clear, emerald waters of the Gulf of Tonkin, is one of Vietnam's natural marvels. The islands are dotted with innumerable beaches and grottoes.
Hanoi has become one of the most beguiling cities in Southeast Asia. It's slow-paced yet quick to charm, with a lovely landscape of lakes, shaded boulevards, lovely public parks and French-colonial architecture.You will find monuments and ancient culture along the narrow streets of the Old Quarter. The major sites in town include Ho Hoan Kiem, or Lake of the Restored Sword, in the very heart of the old town. Behind the Municipal Theatre, with a cupola resembling a pagoda, is the Bao Tang Lich Su (History Museum).
For several centuries, the charming town of Hoi An played a central role in the commerce between Vietnam and the rest of the world. Today, the old quarter that has been restored and renovated as something of a historical showpiece for tourists. It's famous for its wooden houses, for its family chapels, for its Assembly Halls and for its silk shops.
Ho Chi Minh, formerly Saigon
Ho Chi Minh City is the heart and soul of Vietnam. It's a bustling, dynamic and industrious centre, the largest city in the country, the economic capital and the cultural trendsetter. Yet within the teeming metropolis are the timeless traditions and beauty of an ancient culture.
The ancient imperial city of the Nguyen kings, Hue is approximately midway between Hanoi to the north and Ho Chi Minh to the south. Always an important cultural, intellectual, and historical city, Hue remains one of Vietnam's top attractions. South of Hué are the splendid Royal Tombs, of the Nguyen emperors.
South of Da Nang, towards the coast, stand five large hills. Mysterious caves within the mountains shelter altars dedicated to Buddha, bodhisattvas, and the different deities created in stories of the area's inhabitants. The mountains are also a valuable source of red, white, and blue-green marble.
The Mekong Delta, at the south end of Vietnam is a vast and low plain, divided by the "Nine Dragons", the arms of the mighty Mekong River. The Delta produces close to half the agricultural production of the country, a world of rice fields, orchards, and canals and in many places a boat is the most convenient way of transportation. Traditionally it has been a refuge for minority religions such as the curious indigenous Cao Dai religion and the Muslim faith of the descendants of the Cham people.
Program idea Vietnam
Unusual experience to discover the city in style with a traditional way of transportation. An interesting and varied route takes you through the colonial quarter. We recommend to use it for a lunch or dinner transfer.
The Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum
(Vietnamese: Lăng Chủ tịch Hồ Chí Minh) is the final resting place of Vietminh leader Ho Chi Minh in Hanoi, Vietnam. It is a large building located in the center of Ba Dinh Square, where Minh, Chairman of the Communist Party of Vietnam from 1951 until his death in 1969, read the Declaration of Independence on 2 September 1945, establishing the Democratic Republic of Vietnam. It is also known as Ba Đình Mausoleum (Vietnamese: Lăng Ba Đình) and is open to the public.
One Pillar Pagoda
Rising from one pillar in the centre of an elegantly square shaped lotus pond, The One Pillar Pagoda is said to represent a lotus flower growing up out of the water.
Constructed from wood based on a single stone pillar crafted into the shape of a lotus blossom, rebuilt several times, most recently in 1955 when the base was destroyed during the French evacuation.Location: situated in the park behind the museum near Ba Dinh Square at Ong Ich Kiem Street in the Ba Dinh District.
Remarks: Appropriate attire should be worn if you are entering the temple; prayers take place continuously throughout the day. Praying at The One Pillar Pagoda is said to bring about blessings of fertility and health.
2 hours Vespa tour in the heart of Hanoi (with driver) to discover main monuments.
Transfer to go for lunch or dinner from the hotel.
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