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Ha Long Bay, in the Gulf of Tonkin, includes some 1,600 islands and islets, forming a spectacular seascape of limestone pillars. Because of their precipitous nature, most of the islands are uninhabited and unaffected by a human presence. The site's outstanding scenic beauty is complemented by its great biological interest.
The Muong Hoa Valley contains some of the most beautiful views of rice paddy fields in Asia. After having lunch along the Muong Hoa river, you will continue along the bottom of the valley to get to the Dzay tribe village of Ta Van to experience their way of life while staying in a local family’s cottage
Isolated Mai Chau town and the nearby villages are in a valley around 139km from Hanoi and only 150 metres above sea level. Nestled between two towering cliffs and surrounded by emerald green paddies, it is an enchanting sight as you approach down the windy cliff side road and the villages and surrounding countryside present an idyllic rural scene that could easily charm you into staying longer...
Bai Dinh Pagoda is now one of the biggest in Vietnam, and in South East Asia as well. This place truly is a must see for all travellers
2 Day 1 Night Tam Coc as known as the "Halong Bay of the Rice Paddies". An amazing sight...Giant limestone karst formations jutting out of the rice paddies that surround the Ngo Dong River.
The Perfume Pagoda is one of the highlights of the Hanoi area and one of the most important religious sites in Buddhist Vietnam. Every spring, after the Vietnamese New Year, thousands of Vietnamese pilgrims come here to pray for all the health and prosperity they need to get them through the year.
On the outskirts of Hanoi there are at least 50 handcraft villages, some of which are world renowned for their arts. During a fun and insightful day you can explore and shop at some of the must-see villages such as Bat Trang ceramic village and Van Phuc silk village....