When talking about Vietnam travel, most of visitors who experienced several Vietnam tours recently would agree that it has changed dizzily during the last five years. The biggest country of the Indochina Peninsula now offers more comfortable Vietnam holidays than ever, whilst trying to maintain its unique multi-ethnic culture. Sunshine, isolated islands and 2,000-miled tropical coastline plus new luxury resorts are changing the customs of travel to Vietnam so that from a country of history concerns, it nowadays presents itself more as the newest beach getaway of Asia. At the same time, some figures have also showed increasing interests in adventures where biking and trekking lovers, photo-hunters find the country a paradise. At the end of the Vietnam vacations, they can also admire endless beauty of mountain villages with terraced fields, market trips and the upright inhabitants. Upon an increasing ecological awareness of the community, Vietnam is having the best chance to be a rendezvous of relaxation, beach holidays, long study tours as well as challenging new adventure tours.
Vietnam holiday news
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Let’s take a journey to the South and indulge in the dynamic atmosphere of Christmas Eve spreading through the joyful Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.
According to the Thai Travel Agents Association, a plan to waive visas for citizens of Thailand and Myanmar & benefit two-way tourism will be applied.
From December 1st, Air China will launch a nonstop service connecting Beijing - Siem Reap as part of a wider expansion of routes to Southeast Asian destinations.
This year Buddha Purnima in India - a holiest Buddhist festival is celebrated on May 25th to commemorate Buddha's Birthday, his enlightenment and passing away