Temple of Literature
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Why Vietnam?

Every year, more and more tourists visit the Land of Timeless Charm – Vietnam.

Here is a few facts about Vietnam :

  • Vietnam's official name is the Socialist Republic of Vietnam

  • The Capital is Hanoi

  • Population of almost 100 million people

  • The language is vietnamese and the money is Dong

  • You will not regret visiting it! 

 

​Yes, it may take a while to get there, but after landing you realize that you are in a country known as the most beautiful and unique country in the world.

 

Beautiful Vietnam is also famous as the best family-friendly vacation destination in the world.

From white sandy beaches and terrific hotels to historic sites, cultural experiences, and outstanding shopping, there's simply too much on offer in this tropical paradise for visitors.

If you're still not sold on the idea of visiting the country, if you find yourself wondering what it is that truly distinguishes Thailand from other tropical getaways around the globe, here are several reasons why the Kingdom is such a popular spot among travelers.

 

The Abundance of Breathtaking Views

Vietnam wasn’t given the nickname "Timeless Charm" for no reason.

It signifies Vietnam as a beautiful Asian country with a wide array of charms to offer to its countrymen and foreign visitors alike.

Hanoi

Hanoi is the cultural capital of Vietnam, .the 2nd largest city of Vietnam, with numerous attractions and historical structures, such as the red river,  Lake Hoan Kiem, Co Loa citadel, the Temple of Literature, the Mot Cot (“One-Pillar”) Pagoda, the Temple of the Trung Sisters and The imperial citadel of Thang Long.

 

 

The Weather (in April)

April takes us towards the end of Vietnam’s very peak season from a weather perspective however this can come with the numerous advantages associated with lower visitor-numbers. Whilst the north is now heading towards its hot, wet summer you can still expect plenty of dry days. The beaches in the centre of the country are still at their very best and whilst rainfall starts to become more likely in the now very hot south; clear dry days are more prevalent.

 

Vietnam Beaches

Beach bums with an independent streak will love exploring Cam Ranh Bay’s beaches. Most of this coast remains undeveloped. There are a few small resorts you can pay to lie on their sunbed for the day, but Cam Ranh is really for people who think plopping down on a stretch of wild, empty coast sounds like heaven.

 

Camn Ranh Bay

Located on the south central coast of Vietnam, Cam Ranh Bay is one of the finest deep-water harbours in the world. The bay has been touted as the next big tourist thing for years now, and it’s not difficult to see why: there are miles upon miles of stunning and largely unspoilt coast.