The Traveller’s Guide To The Land Of The Vietnamese

Southeast Asia has always been celebrated for its opulence with respect to culture, tradition, natural beauty and cuisines. Vietnam, although not as popular as its neighbours such as Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand, is now increasingly being recognised for its hidden wonders. The once war-torn nation has evolved over the past few years into a traveller’s paradise. Here is why you should explore the hidden treasure that is Vietnam;

Enjoy the Company of Hospitable PeopleThe locals of Vietnam are well-known for their welcoming and friendly nature. Their warm smiles and openness will make you feel comfortable and almost a part of this country yourself. Most Vietnamese are well-versed in English and almost anyone will be able to help you with directions or suggestions of places to visit. Most Vietnamese are simple, generous-hearted people and will make you feel at home in this wonderful nation.

Experience the Rich Cultural HeritageVietnam is world-famous for its rich cultural legacy and traditions. You can hire a tourist guide or explore the cities and villages on your own if you are up for an adventure. Take advantage of Vietnam Wi-Fi to find your way around the country and to search for new and exciting places to visit.

In Vietnam Wi-Fi and 3G is freely available in many parts of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, especially in hotels, resorts, offices and cafes. You can also try renting a personal router to access the internet while on the road. There are many sites of historical importance to discover such as the Imperial City of Hue, the War Remnants Museum, the Independence Palace, the Cu Chi Tunnels and Hoan Kiem Lake, all of which voice the stories of ages past.

Take in the Beauty of NatureWhichever part of the country you visit, you are bound to be awed by the beauty of the scenery that surrounds you. From the brilliant Blue Ocean and white sandy beaches to tropical rainforests and strawberry gardens, Vietnam is filled with picturesque sights that will delight your eyes. Whether you are interested in heritage or non-heritage sites, Vietnam has it all. Take a trip to the Halong Bay which has been named as a World Heritage Site, to experience nature at its best. You can visit the Cham Islands and the Phong Nha Ke Bang caves to enjoy the tropical climate of Southeast Asia at its finest.

Savour the Tastes and Aromas of Exquisite Cuisine Vietnamese cuisine is famous all around the world for its delicate taste and delightful aroma. The delicious blend of fresh vegetables, meats and spices make up intricate meals which will intensely please your taste buds while satisfying your appetite for oriental food. Enjoy the authentic cuisine Vietnamese while you are there to complete your experience of this magnificent land.