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  • Phu Quoc Things To Do

    Phu Quoc Things To Do

    Motor bike riding This may not sound like the most adventurous activity on the planet, though once you get out on those Phu Quoc red dirt roads and find those out of the way places on the island, you’ll understand why hiring a motorbike is an adventurous activity. We’re not trying to turn the island […]

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  • Phu Quoc History

    Phu Quoc History

    Like Vietnam itself, Phu Quoc Island has a varied history with numerous nations occupying the island over the past couple of centuries, including Vietnam, Cambodia, France and America. Phu Quoc Island forms part of Vietnam, and even though the island was an area of dispute between Vietnam and Cambodia as recently as the late 1980’s, […]

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  • Phan Thiet Things to do

    Phan Thiet Things to do

    Phan Triet is billed as the place to be in Vietnam if you’re a golfer. The Novotel Ocean Dunes has a gorgeous, 18-hole, 72 par course — voted number one in Vietnam by Golf Digest magazine. Sealinks, on the way to Mui Ne, is another option. But for most visitors, the main attraction is the […]

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  • Phan Thiet Overview

    Phan Thiet Overview

    Phan Thiet is about 200km northeast from Ho Chi Minh City and lies south of Cam Ranh Bay on the southernmost stretch of Central Vietnam. Once part of the Cham Kingdom, it’s now a bustling town of about a 100,000 inhabitants. It has a reasonable beach, a couple of decent hotels, and a very good golf […]

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  • Sapa Travel Guide

    Sapa Travel Guide

    Sapa lies in the very north west of Vietnam near the Chinese border. Along with Halong Bay it is the “other” major excursion from Hanoi. Time permitting you can do a circuit around the northwest highlands which takes in Mai Chau, Son La, Dien Bien Phu, Lai Chau and finally Sapa before heading back to […]

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  • Sapa Background

    Sapa Background

    Visiting Sapa can definitely be a highlight in a South East Asian trip.  The indigenous people there possess unique qualities with their vibrant costumes, music and style of housing and the almost utopia setting of their villages.  Here one could really experience a prehistoric land which seems untouched by the horrors of modernization.  You will […]

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  • Da Lat Attraction Sites

    Da Lat Attraction Sites

    Tours typically include a handful of stops like the following: Ho Xuan Huong aka Xuan Huong lake, center of town. Open daily, all hours. No admission fee but rental fees vary if you want to boat. Approximately 5km in diameter, this lake was made after two dams on the Camly river were destroyed during a storm […]

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