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Destination Vietnam / Southern Area



Ho Chi Minh City is the country’s biggest center of economics, tourism, culture and education. Ho Chi Minh City is famous for Nha Rong (Dragon House) Wharf, Doc Lap (Independence) Palace, Cu Chi Tunnels, which are closely related to the country’s history. Nha Rong Wharf is the biggest port of Ho Chi Minh city on Sai Gon river. From here, on 5th June 1911, Nguyen Tat Thanh (President Ho Chi Minh) left Vietnam to find a way to save the country. Doc Lap Palace used to be the headquarters of South Vietnam Administration and is also the symbol of the country’s unification. Cu Chi Tunnels, which is 200km long, consists of underground commander’s tunnel, infirmary, chambers, water well, and Hoang Cam kitchen, and symbolizes Vietnam’s guerrilla warfare. Besides historical sites, Ho Chi Minh City also has many famous tourist spots such as Can Gio Ecotourism Resort, Notre Dame Cathedral, Quan Am Pagoda, Vinh Nghiem Pagoda, Giac Lam Pagoda, and so on, and entertainment centers such as Dam Sen Park, Suoi Tien Cultural Tourism Zone, Great World Water Park, and so on ...



Can Tho lying on the Hau river bank, is the main tributary among 9 tributaries of Cuu Long River (Mekong river), which is 169 Southwest of Ho Chi Minh City. Can Tho has a tropical climate with two distinct seasons. The city represents the tourism characteristics of Mekong Delta, one of the world’s most famous ecological tourism destinations. Coming to Can Tho or everywhere in Mekong Delta, tourists can take a boat tour to visit all-day busy floating markets, luxuriant and cool orchards with a variety of tropical fruits. Mekong Delta has a great deal of bird sanctuaries, where a variety of bird species reside. It is also an interesting experience to explore the cultures of Viet and Khmer people in Mekong Delta.


Phu Quoc, located in Phu Quoc island district, Kien Giang province, is the biggest island in Vietnam. Phu Quoc is also called the Emerald Island because of its natural treasures and infinite tourism potential and its being an extraordinary land with primeval forests gathering in the northeastern part of the island. Phu Quoc’s forests make up more than 60% of the island area. They are mainly forests which do not shed leaves by season, with high and green trees, and thin peels. Phu Quoc has many streams which are especially beautiful in the seasons of melastoma affine and tomentose rose myrtle.  Around the island, there are many beautiful wild beaches with little wind and clean water such as Truong beach, Dai beach, Kem beach, Dau whirlpool, Tram canal, Vem canal, and so on. Tourists coming to Phu Quoc can combine bathing in the sea, in stream, in river with climbing mountains and exploring the life of wild animals. Phu Quoc will gradually become a tourist center of international stature in the near future.


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