Most travelers to Vietnam are attracted by the country's wonderful natural beauty. The beaches of Vietnam are truly one of a kind. Way of living in Vietnam is very simple that life in urban areas is conducted on the streets. Everything that you need under the sun can be found on the streets of Vietnam. Meanwhile, life in the rural area is filled with green fields, water buffalo's and their own traditional natives.
Vietnam is a truly nature paradise. You can get to relax on their beaches or have a peaceful time on the green fields. One of them is the Ha Long Bay, which is one of the world's natural wonders. Discovered a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it features thousands of islands forming a magnificent seascape of limestone pillars. Next is the Hoan Kiem Lake, which is one of the major scenic spots in the city. Imperial Citadel of Thang Long is also listed in UNESCO's World Heritage Site. It is a cultural complex comprising the royal enclosure first built during the Ly Dynasty and subsequently expanded by the Tran, Le, and the Nguyen Dynasty. Other attraction includes, Thien Mu Pagoda, Hoi An Ancient Town, Cu Chi Tunnels, Ho Chi Minh's Mausoleum and War Remnant's Museum.
Events & Festivals
There are a total of 7,966 festivals in Vietnam. Vietnam has national wide festival. Examples of festival that they celebrate are the Tet Nguyen Tieu, Mid-Autumn Festival, Vu Lan Festival, and the Lunar New Year. Vietnam is also consisting of different festivals from the North, Central, and South regions of Vietnam. North festivals are the Buffalo Fighting Festival in Pho Tho Province, Mach Lung Temple Festival, Yen Tu Festival and the Bai Dinh pagoda festival. Central-highland festival - elephant rice. Meanwhile, Nui Ba Spring Festival, Ba Chu Xu Festival and the Ba Pagoda Festival.
Culture & Heritage
Vietnam is one of the country's which has the oldest culture in Southeast Asia. Ancestor veneration, respect for community and family values, handicrafts, and manual labor, and devotion to study are considered to be characteristic of Vietnamese culture. Traditional Vietnamese wedding, funeral ceremony, religion, literature, visual arts, cuisine and clothing are also a major parts of Vietnamese culture.
Tours & Walks
From the city and provinces, to its main streets, Vietnam has its original and unique charm which tourists and visitors will be surely fascinated about. From the astonishing variety of sceneries such as mountains, rice fields, and beaches up to the downtown streets where their most famous street foods, and most recommended restaurants will treat you to a one of a kind food tasting experience.
Vietnamese is the national, official language of Vietnam, and an official recognized minority language in the Czech Republic. It is also the native language of Vietnamese (Kinh) people, as well as a first or second language of many ethnic minorities of Vietnam.