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Vietnam- Land of striking Landscapes

  • Halong Bay– One of the many natural wonders of this country, Halong Bay has many limestone islands shaped into pinnacles by wind and water. The water channels lead visitors through the many changing scenery of this beautiful bay. There are limestones caves as well which have huge formations of stalagmites and stalactites.
  • Ho Chi Minh– The city of Vietnam is always bustling with energy. Known for the huge number of motorbikes one can see on the roads, this modern city has a lot to offer. The Reunification Palace, the HCMC Museum and the History Museum are a must visit to see traces of the old world. This city is also known for its nightlife and shopping places.
  • Hanoi– Hanoi is the capital city of Vietnam and is on every tourists ‘must-see’ list. This booming city has many Aisan and French architecture structures in the centre along with places of interest like Grand Opera House, the Presidential Palace and Saint Joseph Cathedral. There are lots of temples and museums to visit in and around Hanoi.
  • My Son– Accessible from Hoi An, a beautiful old city, My Son are ruins of a group of Hindu temples dating back to the 4th century. Some part of the temples were destroyed in the Vietnam War but there are still large parts of temples standing tall and strong. This place is a must visit for history lovers as well as nature lovers for the site is surrounded by lush green forests and offers spectacular views.

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