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Vietnam's narrow borders bulge against the ceaseless bustle of Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi, two modern metropolises tempered by colonial architecture and tree-lined boulevards. Tranquility rests by the crumbling temples, wood-paneled pagodas and verdant valleys of rural Vietnam; divers at Nha Trang plunge the glistening green of the South China Sea to explore a rainbow of coral and neon-clad fish. Here is an appetizer of what Vietnam has to offer for travelers.


Sapa:

The place to go when in Hanoi for a break is to the incredibly picturesque village of Sapa that lies on the Hoang Lien Son mountain range near the Chinese border in NW Vietnam. You can see many hill tribe people, their villages, rice terraces, lush vegetation, and Fansipan the highest mountain in Vietnam. On the road ahead to Sapa, we could make out the outline of small figures climbing the never ending road ahead. They were dressed in traditional indigo clothes the men wearing baggy, tubular trousers with a loose shirt, a long waistcoat of shiney cloth and silver necklaces, the women were wearing knee-length skirts, an apron, leg warmers and a waistcoat.


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Hoalu:

Hoa Lu used to be the capital of Vietnam in 1020 when Dinh Bo Linh took his crown after he defeated 12 regional armies and pacified the country. Mountains, rivers and old citadel make the scenery wonderful. The two temples dedicated to Kings Dinh Tien Hoang and Le Dai Hanh offer tourists a glimpse of Vietnam image in the 10th century.


Halong bay:

Ha Long Bay, situated in the Gulf of Tonkin, includes some 1600 islands and islets forming a spectacular seascape of limestone pillars. The site's outstanding scenic beauty is complemented by its great biological interest. Ha Long Bay also possesses a tremendous diversity of caves and other landforms.


Hoi An:

Hoi An Ancient Town is an exceptionally well-preserved example of a South-East Asian trading port dating from the 15th to the 19th century: almost all of architecture (streets, ports, civil and religious buildings) are intact. As merchants from Japan, China, and Holland, India ... came to trade, its buildings and its street plan reflect their influences, and produce this unique heritage site. In Hoi An, you will experience old customs and cultural activities plus traditional handicrafts and famous local specialties.


Dalat:

Dalat is located in the much cooler central highlands of Vietnam, and boasts many lakes, gardens and parks. Also called "Little Paris", tour hồ ba bể there is a miniature Eiffel Tower in the centre of town. Dalat is very popular for Vietnamese honeymooners. It is also big supplier of vegetables and flowers: the Dalat market is packed with stalls selling flowers, fruit, meat and clothing. This is an excellent market to visit to see local produce. Leaving Dalat, it is well worth visiting the Po Klong Garai Cham Towers. These are impressive towers made by building the clay-brick structure (without cement) and lighting fires inside (kiln style) which fused the bricks together.

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