Vietnam is one of South East Asia’s most beautiful countries. It offers its visitors are wide variety in regard of landscape, culture and food. The southern part of Vietnam offers travellers untouched beaches, as the tourism industry of the country is relatively new. Central Vietnam is the home of the famous and remote Mekong Delta.
The Giap Bat bus station takes visitors to the southern regions of Vietnam. A twelve-hour ride to the city of Hué offers Vietnam holidays goers a unique experience in the art and architecture of ancient Vietnam. Once the capital of emperors, the city offers a number of temples, pagodas, tombs, and palaces to explore, today, the city is also known for its cuisine, which can be sample any of it numerous restaurants.
Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam, and presents an interesting contrast to Ho Chi Minh City. Hanoi was formerly the capital of North Vietnam when Vietnam tours
was divided prior to the end of the Vietnam War, and continued after the war as the capital of unified Vietnam. While Ho Chi Minh City is the economic center of Vietnam, Hanoi presents a slower, and more traditional, picture of Vietnam.
Ho Chi Minh City has the best transportation links to the outside world, and is a natural place for the visitor to start their Vietnam holidays. Ho Chi Minh City was formerly known as Saigon prior to the end of the Vietnam War, and is the economic center of Vietnam. There is no better place to see Ho Chi Minh City's economic vibrancy than at the Ben Thanh Market.
Before you set off on your exciting travel adventure, be sure to use some of the many planning and organizing tools out there such as online resources, which will help you get your travel adventure plans in order easily and quickly, such as the travel guide at http://www.puretravel.com/Guide/Asia/South-East_Asia/vietnam
which features lots of tips, advice photos and itinerary samples for your trip.