Vietnam is a diverse country. It covers 16 degrees of latitude from north to south, has an extensive coastline yet offers lush forest and stunning hill scenery elsewhere. It is a place where history and culture mixes with natural wonders, great cuisine and naturally friendly people. It is not surprising that the number of tourists visiting this wonderful country is growing. They will leave with great memories, often determined to return to see more and certainly carrying positive memories that will only encourage family and friends to tread the same path in the future.
Vietnam is one of the top choices for travelers to Southeast Asia. Neighboring China, Laos and Cambodia, a Vietnam tour can be conveniently combined with these countries for longer schedule, and often served as a connecting point when traveling to other Indochina countries.
Symbolized by conical hat, lush green rice fields, awe-inspiring limestone scenery, temples and pagodas, Vietnam attracts tourists from all around the world. For many travelers, eating local food is also a great experience to feel the core of local culture which will totally complete a wonderful holiday in Vietnam.
The days when Vietnam was best known for its conflict with America are long gone. From the temples of Hanoi and the islands of Halong Bay to the beaches of Nha Trang and the palaces of Hue, it is a country now firmly etched in the travel psyche.
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