Ben Tre Ben Tre

Ben Tre is a little province in the east of Mekong Delta, being wedged between two main arms of Tien River. Ben Tre shares borders with Tien Giang, Tra Vinh, and Vinh Long. It has one township also called Ben Tre and 7 other small districts, including Ba Tri, Binh Dai, Chau Thanh, Cho Lach, Giong Trom, Mo Cay, and Thanh Phu. The province also accounts for the greatest part of Khmer ethnic population of the region.

 
Hoi An Hoi An

Mirrored in the poetic Thu Bon River, the little postcard-setting Hoi An is perhaps the most beautiful old town in Vietnam. Not as majestic as Hue or flamboyant as Cho Lon in Saigon, Hoi An with its gentle grace is a big surprise to any jaded mind. Its quiet lanes lighted with lanterns, sleeping old houses and dazzling riverfront restaurants, carry an echo of history and charm.

Phu Quoc Phu Quoc

Phu Quoc is the ultimate destination for a perfect beach getaway in Vietnam. With gorgeous beaches, lush tropical primeval forests and wealthy marine life, Phu Quoc is alluring huge crowd for its exclusive beauty.

Hue Hue

Among the famous tourist cities in Vietnam, Hue is unique. It is a beautiful, quiet and relaxing city, rich in nature, architecture, and art. 

Hue is also the only city in Vietnam that has a poetic river flows its way through the city. Perfume River and the historic Trang Tien Bridge have become a symbol of Hue romance and charm.

Hue is best known for its imperial citadel, royal mausoleums, and iconic pagodas. Not only a favorite destination for architectural enthusiasts, but Hue also makes a mecca for gastronomes in Vietnam. The city boasts a rich and fantastic cuisine. About two thousands of Vietnamese traditional dishes take origins from Hue and eating and drinking has become a refined art in this old capital of Vietnam.