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Verdant patchworks of rice paddies and pointed conical hats, they’re some of the international images of Vietnam, but there are other scenes to be found too. They introduce spectacular natural beauty, fascinating ethnic culture, imperial history, timeless traditional villages, idyllic beaches and dynamic cities. Vietnam stretches along the east coast of the Indochinese Peninsula and is likened by its people to a long bamboo pole hung with two baskets of rice, represented by the two fertile regions at either end of the country. Between the lush Red River Delta and the highlands in the north, known for their magnificent scenery and colourful hill tribes, and the agricultural plains and floating markets of the Mekong Delta in the south, lie miles of white sandy beaches, towering mountains, rivers and dense forests, and the thousands of bizarre rock and cave formations on the islands of Halong Bay.

Ancient temples and colourful pagodas are scattered throughout the urban centres, while among them stand hotels of modern luxury, and the development of tourism infrastructure is a booming business. Vietnam is a perfect balance between ancient times and the here and now, a country that reveres its past heroes, and people who welcome visitors to their country with open arms and friendly smiles.

QUICK FACTS ABOUT Vietnam
Vietnam Local Time
GMT+7h
Politic System
Socialist Republic
Capital City
Hanoi, Vietnam
Largest City
Ho Chi Minh City
Vietnam Currency
Dong (VND)
Religion
Buddhism, Catholicism, Caodaism, Hoahaoism, Protestantism, Islam
Drive
Right Side
Police EmergencyPhone no: 113
Fire EmergencyPhone no: 114
AmbulancePhone no: 115
Vietnam Local Time
GMT+7h
Politic System
Socialist Republic
Capital City
Hanoi, Vietnam
Largest City
Ho Chi Minh City
Vietnam Currency
Dong (VND)
Religion
Buddhism, Catholicism, Caodaism, Hoahaoism, Protestantism, Islam
Drive
Right Side
Police EmergencyPhone no: 113
Fire EmergencyPhone no: 114
AmbulancePhone no: 115
More Information on Vietnam

Tribal Viets inhabiting the Red River delta entered written history when China’s southward expansion reached them in the 3rd century BCE. From that time onward, a dominant theme of Vietnam’s history has been interaction with China, the source of most of Vietnam’s high culture. As a tribute-paying state after throwing off Chinese rule in 938 CE, Vietnam sent lacquerware, animal skins, ivory, and tropical products to the Chinese emperor and received scrolls on philosophy, administration, and literature in return. Sinic culture seeped deeply into society, but it shaped the aristocracy and mandarinal families more than it did the peasantry, which preserved distinctive customs, beliefs, vocabulary, lifeways, and gender relations. Modeling themselves on Chinese emperors, Vietnam’s kings exacted tribute from ethnic minorities on the periphery of the Vietnamese state and called themselves emperors when not addressing the Chinese court. Although cultural and spatial gaps between the Vietnamese court and the farthest reaches of society were not as great as they were in China (Vietnam is about the size of a Chinese province, with a comparable population), the Vietnamese state’s capacity to rule diminished with distance from the capital. The refractory character of bamboo-hedged peasant communes was captured in the cliché, "The emperor’s writ stops at the village gate."

Vietnam has a long history of affiliating with a dominant civilization and adapting that civilization’s ideas, institutions, and technology to Vietnamese purposes. This pattern of affiliating and adapting was already evident in Vietnam’s historical relations with China, and it reappeared as descendants of mandarins responded to the challenge of the West by rejecting tradition and becoming communists to combat colonialism. The pattern was evident again as it animated 20th-century artistic movements that employed Western forms to promote social renovation; and since the 1980s it has been the driving force behind the Vietnam Communist Party’s embrace of economic liberalization and integration into the world economy. Such strategic absorption and adaptation have helped propel Vietnam to become one of the world’s most populous countries, with one of the most rapidly expanding market economies.

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Vietnam TRAVEL GUIDE IN DEPTH
HIGHLIGHTS OF Vietnam
If you're having trouble deciding which places you need to visit in Vietnam, then take a look at below travel guide and see our choices for the best destinations in Vietnam.
Quang Ninh
Quang Ninh, Vietnam - Travel guide
Quang Ninh  is a large  province  located along the  northeastern  coast of  Vietnam . The province is home to  Ha Long Bay , a  World Heritage Site . The provincial capital is  Ha Long . Nearly 80 per cent of the province is...
Sapa
Sapa , Vietnam - Travel guide
Sapa  is an attractive mountainous town in the northwestern Vietnam where is endowed by picturesque mountains and rice terraces.  Sapa  and its surrounding region is host to many hill tribes, as well as rice terraces, lush vegetation, and Fansipan, the highest peak in...
Cao Bang
Cao Bang, Vietnam - Travel guide
Cao Bang is mainly mountainous with spectacular scenery and good trails for trekking and exploring the ethnic minorities in the surrounding villages. Also Cao Bang is an area with a historical significance, you will learn and see more Vietnam's culture and historical when you get to Cao Bang
Nha Trang
Nha Trang, Vietnam - Travel guide
Nha Trang is really an ideal and wonderful destination on summer. Coming to Nha Trang, tourists will have a chance to widen their minds by admiring and enjoying the natural beauty and immerse themselves in the white sand and blue beaches. In addition, there are many fascinating and exciting...
Halong Bay
Halong Bay, Vietnam - Travel guide
The World Heritage seascape of Halong Bay, dotted with jagged limestone pinnacles, is one of Vietnam’s biggest attractions. The most popular way to experience the bay is on a cruise, and unsurprisingly every travel agency and hotel in Hanoi has tours to sell.
Binh Thuan
Binh Thuan, Vietnam - Travel guide
Binh Thuan is located on the country's South Central Coast, not far from Ho Chi Minh City. It is sometimes seen as part of the Southeast region. The province is known for its scenery and beaches. There are also a number of sites of archaeological significance.
Ha Giang
Ha Giang, Vietnam - Travel guide
Ha Giang Province is a province in northeastern Vietnam. It is located in the far north of the country, and contains Vietnam's northernmost point. It shares a 270 km long border with Yunnan province of southern China, and thus is known as Vietnam's final frontier. The provincial capital,...
Tay Ninh
Tay Ninh, Vietnam - Travel guide
Tay Ninh Province is a province lying at the border gate of the South-Eastern with the total area of 4,028 square kilometres. It has Tay Ninh Township and 8 districts: Tan Bien, Tan Chau, Duong Minh Chau, Chau Thanh, Hoa Thanh, Ben Cau, Go Dau and Trang Bang. The province has a common frontier...
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Written by our specialists from the viewpoint of their own travels, these guides will help you decide on the shape of your own trip to Vietnam. Aiming to inspire and inform, we share our recommendations for how to appreciate Vietnam at its best.