Vietnam Travel Guides

Tay Ninh

Tay Ninh is where the headquarters of Vietnam’s indigenous religions - Caodaism is located. The Cao Dai Great Temple at the sect’s Holy See is as extraordinary as the sect’s philosophy.

Da Lat

Da Lat is located on the Lang Biang Plateau, southern area of the Central Highland of Vietnam. Da Lat is characterized by pine forests, lakes, waterfalls, beautiful flower fields and French architecture.

Kon Tum

Kontum Vietnam

Kon Tum is located to the top north of the Central Highlands of Vietnam. The province is bordered to the north by Quang Nam Province, to the west by Laos and Cambodia; to the east by Quang Ngai Province and to the south and south west by Gia Lai Province.

Phan Thiet Mui Ne

Phan Thiet is a sleepy fishing town 200 km (4 hour drive) northeast of Ho Chi Minh City. The region is beautiful with many sand dunes and white sand beaches, crystal clear water. Phan Thiet is good for anyone who likes to relax and have easy holidays. Accommodations are good with many luxurious resorts and bungalows with private beaches. Some have private beaches.


My Son

Cham Dancers

From 2nd century A.D through the 13th century, there used to be a kingdom called Champa in the Central and South Central Region of Vietnam. Champa owed its spiritual existence to Indian Hinduism. The remains of the Cham Civilization are still found at My Son Cham Ruins. For most of its existence, My Son was Champa's religious, cultural and political center.