Category Archives: south vietnam

Nha Trang

[su_slider source="media: 2527,2525,2520,2517,2515,2512,2511,2510" link="image" width="800" height="600" title="no" autoplay="8000" speed="1000"] Nha Trang Known for its year-round sunny weather, friendly vibe and the country’s best municipal beach, Nha Trang is Vietnam’s preeminent beach destination. Walk the 4km (2.5mi) boardwalk and watch the locals swimming, playing football and flying kites or take a day trip to visit some…
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Phu Quoc

[su_slider source="media: 2527,2525,2520,2517,2515,2512,2511,2510" link="image" width="800" height="600" title="no" autoplay="8000" speed="1000"] Phu Quoc Once a penal colony under the French and Americans, the tear-shaped island of Phu Quoc is now known for its white, sandy beaches, clear, turquoise waters and heavily forested interior. Just 15km (9mi) south of Cambodia’s coastline, Phu Quoc’s main claims to fame were…
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Mekong Delta

[su_slider source="media: 2527,2525,2520,2517,2515,2512,2511,2510" link="image" width="800" height="600" title="no" autoplay="8000" speed="1000"] Mekong Delta Endless rice fields in every shade of green have earned the Mekong Delta its nickname as “the Rice Bowl of Vietnam”. Its countless palm-fringed waterways are a joy to discover along with its floating markets, fish and shrimp farms and riverside villages. The region’s…
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Phan Thiet

[su_slider source="media: 2527,2525,2520,2517,2515,2512,2511,2510" link="image" width="800" height="600" title="no" autoplay="8000" speed="1000"] Phan Thiet Originally a sleepy fishing village, Phan Thiet (and nearby Mui Ne) have emerged as the best beach destination within comfortable driving distance of Saigon, just four hours away thanks to a newly built expressway. The long stretch of white sand and blue-green water between…
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