Pho, Pagodas, and Picturesque Landscapes



Vietnam offers everything from busy cities to serene retreats. In Ho Chi Minh City, the streets buzz with an electricity, while the serene Halong Bay, with its emerald islands rising from calm waters, has a soothing, natural charm.

Those drawn to the past will find Vietnam preserves history well. Ancient temples and citadels transport visitors back in time. Significant battlefields also immortalize pivotal moments of strife.

Nature enthusiasts can immerse themselves in stunning, scenery. Hiking plunging rice fields in Sapa’s mountains or cruising the intricate Mekong Delta waterways teeming with villages allows exploration of different landscapes.

No trip would be complete without sampling the local delicacies. As comforting as the people, pho soup exemplifies Vietnam’s culinary heritage.

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Vietnam: Essential Information and Fun Facts

Navigating Vietnam’s visa requirements can be a bit complex, with various options depending on your nationality and the nature of your trip. While some travelers may be eligible for visa-free entry or e-visas, others may need to apply for a visa in advance. To ensure you have the right visa and to simplify the process, consider reaching out to our visa experts. We’ll guide you through the requirements and application procedures, ensuring a hassle-free journey to Vietnam.
Vietnam has a tropical climate, and the ideal time to visit depends on the region. In the north, from October to April, you’ll find cooler, drier weather. Central Vietnam is best from February to August when it’s less rainy. Southern Vietnam is warm and humid year-round.
Vietnam’s biodiversity is astounding, with over 2,500 plant species and the rare nocturnal blooming flamboyant cut flower tree. You can also find the world’s tiniest primate, the pygmy loris, measuring just 5 inches in length. Bird enthusiasts will be intrigued by the giant ibis, with a wingspan exceeding 7 feet, and the saop richardia, a hefty pigeon weighing over 3 pounds. On the culinary front, live bats are a surprising delicacy found in local markets. Perhaps most bizarrely, parts of Vietnam receive over 200 inches of rain each year yet have areas of drought – it holds the world record for rainfall discrepancy in one country.
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