Locals by its former name, Saigon, the largest city in Vietnam became Ho Chi Minh City in 1976 following the country’s victory over the French colonial rulers (1954 – 1975).
The city is named after their independence leader[...]
Hanoi City, located on the banks of the Red River, is one of the most ancient capitals in the world, where travellers can find well-preserved colonial buildings, ancient pagodas, and unique museums within the city centre.
Ngoc Son temple is located on Ngoc (Jade) islet which lies in the northern part of Hoan Kiem Lake (Lake of the Restored Sword), a beautiful and famous lake in the center of Hanoi City. The lake is what remains from a portion of the Red River when[...]
Khai Dinh Tomb or Ung Lang is a relic of the Hue Imperial Citadel. The tomb is located in Chau Chuc village, Huong Thuy Town, Thua Thien Hue province. This is a place where Khai Dinh – Nguyen Dynasty’s 12th king in the feudal[...]
The weather in Vietnam can be split by region. In Hanoi & the north, May to October is hot and humid with high rainfall; November to April is cooler and dry.
In the far north, December & January can be particularly cold.[...]