The starting point of the journey is Hanoi Capital city. This place preserves the historical markers associated with the great President Ho Chi Minh.
You will visit outstanding destinations, such as Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, One Pillar Pagoda, Museum of Ethnology and Temple of Literature. Also, a traditional water puppet show promises to give you an unforgettable impression.
The next destination is Ninh Binh. This is famous for Hoa Lu – the magnificent ancient capital, Bich Dong – the fanciful pagoda and the peaceful landscapes of Thung Nham ecotourism area.
Your journey continues with a visit to Halong Bay, the place that is recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Here take a cruise around Halong Bay and join numerous interesting recreational activities.
Following that, explore Hoi An ancient town with old houses closely lying on the banks of the romantic Hoai River. You also have the opportunity to discover the gardening tradition of the locals in Tra Que.
The next stop is Da Nang. This site is well-known for Linh Ung Pagoda – the largest one in the city, Love Bridge and Dragon Bridge – the symbols of Da Nang.
Head to Hue – the Vietnamese capital under the Nguyen Dynasty. It is famous for the ancient architectural works, such as Khai Dinh tomb, Thien Mu pagoda and Dong Ba market.
Coming to Ho Chi Minh City, you will visit the most impressive destination during the Vietnam War, which is Cu Chi Tunnels. Then explore the city with unique architectural buildings, including City Hall, Opera House, Independence Palace, Notre Dame Cathedral, and Central Post Office.
The last point of the journey through Vietnam is the Mekong Delta. Here you will come to the “Endless Field” Resort – the setting for a famous movie with the same name.