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Vietnam Travel Guide
In the Vietnamese folklores and legends, the dragon takes a very significant place. Follow that, Vietnam's origin lay in the harmonious union of the dragon Lord Lac Long Quan, the King of the Sea, and Fairy Au Co, Princess of the Mountains. Century to century, Vietnam's history is characterized by continuous struggles for autonomy. Nowadays, Vietnam has opened its doors and is well - known for diverse cultures, beautiful scenery, friendly and hospitable people. Moreover, Vietnam is always the safest destination in the world where you can witness the World Heritage sites including Halong Bay (in Hanoi), Royal City (in Hue), My Son and Hoi An Ancient Town (in Quang Nam), Phong Nha Caves (in Quang Binh).
Ba Be Lake Cuc Phuong National Park Lac Lake Phong Nha
Bac Ha Market Ban Gioc Waterfalls Lai Chau Phuoc Son
Da Lat Dien Bien Phu Lang Son Pleiku
Ben Tre But Thap Pagoda Mai Chau Quang Tri
Buon Ma Thuot Dong Hoi Mekong Delta Saigon
DMZ Duong Lam Village Mui Ne Sam Son
Cai Be Fansipan Mount My Son Sapa
Halong Bay Cai Rang Floating Market My Tho Son La
Can Cau Market Nam Cat Tien National Park Hanoi Tay Ninh
Can Tho Hoa Lu-Tam Coc Nha Trang Thay Pagoda
Cao Bang Hoi An Ninh Binh Vinh Long
Cat Ba Island Perfume Pagoda Hue Whale Island
Coc Ly Market Kontum Phan Thiet Cu Chi
When to go ?
Thanks to different climate in different areas, there always have a place where you can travel to. Generally, in the South, the weather is warm and get hottest in the dry season from March to May (low-30's C). April until October is monsoon season. The central coast is dry from May to October and wet from December to February. The highland areas are significantly cooler than the lowlands and temperatures can get down to freezing in winter. The North Vietnam has two basic seasons: a cold, humid winter from November to April and a warm, wet summer for the rest of the year (average temperatures around 22 C), with occasional typhoons between July and November, affecting the north and central areas.

Traditional Vietnamese Tet (Lunar New Year) is the most important festival of the year. It is a week-long event in late January or early February when everything becomes very difficult. Prices are raised radically and all the services like hotels, transportation are commonly closed down. If traveling in this period, you should have a good schedule and preparation, few month in advance is quite necessary.
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