Viet Nam

  • Chic Organic Fashion & Home Decor

    Metiseko chose the traveller’s tree as a symbol for its values and its brand. From daily life in the land of Asia, the brand draws different inspirations from its travel journals and creates a collection of coloured and poetic prints. What to experience? Hoi An was formerly a prosperous city for the silk trade, now […]

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  • Do the Delta in Style with Mekong Horizon

    Discover quiet corners of the Mekong delta in comfortable sampans that sail in the opposite direction of mass tourism. What to experience? Cai Be Princess Sampan Mekong Horizon is a cruise operator founded in 2003.  They have a fleet of twelve boats and also own and operate a restaurant.  The restaurant is a beautiful two-storey […]

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  • Lodging in the Mekong Delta

    Relax and enjoy a comfortable stay by the Tien River in the Mekong Delta What to experience? Breakfast at Mekong Lodge Cai Be presents a typical image of the Mekong Delta: floating market, tropical fruit orchards, rice paddies as far as the eye can see, handicraft villages… and Mekong Lodge is hidden among the many […]

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  • What a lagoon!

    Near Hue, stay in local villages and explore Tam Giang Lagoon, the largest lagoon in South East Asia. What to experience? The lagoon You may wish to spend longer in Hue as it is one of the best destinations in Viet Nam for its two World Heritage attractions the Imperial City and Hue Court Music. […]

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  • Comfortably Responsible at Victoria Hotels

    Stay in comfortable surroundings around the country without compromising your access to socially constructive tourism experiences. What to experience? Rather than plant its properties in the impersonal surroundings of urban centres, Victoria Hotels & Resorts decided to establish itself in more far-flung regions, allowing travellers to discover unspoiled, natural beauty while enjoying comfortable accommodation. Victoria […]

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  • Dos and Don’ts of Viet Nam

      Out of politeness, always ask permission before taking photos of people and places of worship. Always remove your shoes before entering Buddhist pagodas.  You may place small donations in boxes found in the temples, as this helps to pay for their upkeep. A gentle handshake and a smile is the most appropriate manner of […]

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