Vietnamese New Year, also known as Tet holiday or Tet Nguyen Dan, is considered the most important and biggest festivals in Vietnam
Have you ever tried celebrating Christmas in a tropical country? Traveling through Vietnam in December you could enjoy a cozy Christmas – magic sometimes. From midnight mass into festive fairs in the major cities throughout the country….
Mid-autumn festival (or Tết Trung Thu in Vietnamese) is among biggest festivals celebrated in Vietnam. The event is annually held on the 15th of the 8th lunar month when the moon is the fullest and brightest as well…
You’ve probably heard of ecotourism, but it’s a pretty new term which is sometimes called ‘green tourism’ or ‘responsible tourism’. Ecotourism is becoming more popular in Indochina travel as tourists become more mindful of minimizing their impact on […]
Many tourists think they can explore enough of the Mekong Delta on a brief day-trip out of Ho Chi Minh City. In fact, there’s so much more than one pagoda and a floating market in this region. Mekong Delta is home to unique ecosystems, as well as diverse communities unlike anywhere else […]
If you are planning to visit Vietnam and do not know what and where to eat unique street foods? Indochina Tours recommend you a list of must-try Vietnamese street foods from north to south of this S-shaped land…
Vietnam is a country with a repertory of traditional musical instruments formed along the length of the history of the country. There are musical instruments created domestically with local characteristics, and there are the ones imported from many different places but was nationalized as well as localized to suit the musical aesthetics of Vietnam. It […]
Each nation has its own name that presents the pride of the country. Before a Vietnam tour, have you ever wondered What does Vietnam mean? If you have no idea, don’t worry! This article will show you the full package of information about the meaning of the word “Vietnam” in history to help you have […]
Vietnamese Architecture has dramatically changed throughout history. Together with the daily lifestyle, the culture of national identity has been obviously presented in Vietnamese architecture such as palaces, temples, communal houses, especially houses where the common human activities take place. To have a general view of Vietnamese architecture, Indochina Tours will summarize a few generalizations for […]
Traveling to Vietnam, do not miss the chance to visit one of the most impressive and beautiful tourist sites in Ba Na Hills of Danang city – “Golden Bridge” or “Cau Vang”. Even though the bridge is the newly-finished construction, it has gained lots of attention very quickly to both domestic and international visitors due […]
Traffic in Vietnam can be one of the things tourists may not hear of or have no idea until they arrive in and start their adventure in this country. Anyone heard about Vietnam will think of a gone Vietnam War, a charming capital of Hanoi, a magnificent Ha Long Bay, a historical Hue, and Hoi […]
Winter, it is not only the time of the cold and the hot, delicious dishes but also the time to explore those stunning sceneries of the natural beauty of Vietnam. Here are top 10 awesome destinations to explore in Vietnam’s winter. Come to the sites below, they will guarantee a wonderful Indochina tour in winter […]
If your Indochina tour to Vietnam occurs during any celebrations, you will see that people hang all kinds of flags on the streets and at the festival sites. Let’s take a closer look at Vietnamese flags and their meaning to know more about this amazing S-shape country.
Looking to spice up your Vietnam visit? Consider spending a day at a fantastic amusement park where you can enjoy the never-ending fun and spend some quality time with your dearest family members and friends. Here are some of our picks for the best amusement parks to stop by while you are in Vietnam! Vinpearl […]
Symbolizing the vigorous vitality of the Vietnamese people and bearing deep philosophical meaning, the lotus flower is crowned the unofficial national flower of Vietnam and rightfully so. If you come to Vietnam during an Indochina tour, you can catch a glimpse of this beautiful flower and its images in every corner of this S-shaped country […]
Vietnamese breakfast partially represents for Vietnamese cuisine. Top 10 should-not-miss dishes will help you discover super yummy foods that popularly appear in Vietnamese breakfast. Tell us which one you have ever tried before!
Rise 3,143 meters above the sea level, the Fansipan is considered the “roof” of Indochina, and to conquer this peak is the dream of many people, locals and visitors alike. If you have a passion for discovery and conveniently on an Indochina tour, you may want to add Mount Fansipan to your bucket list of […]
If you have no idea about the most popular Vietnamese drinks, follow Indochina tour and you will get full of desired information at 7 Must-try Vietnamese Drinks. Located in the tropical monsoon climate area, Vietnam is lucky to possess beverages with great flavor that satisfy even the difficult drinkers. Let’s come and try all of […]
The unspeakable charm of Vietnam not only comes from its breathtaking sceneries but also from the characteristics of Vietnamese people. Their lifestyle and thinking are strongly affected by Buddhism and Confucianism which teach people to be benevolent and cherish the relationships they have with other people. Vietnamese People – Shy But Hospitable If you have […]
With a long history and tradition, Vietnam is a country with a lot of tourist attractions appealing with beautiful natural scenes to attract almost tourists in the world. The outline of some attractive tourist sites below will help those who do not have any plans for the holidays in Vietnam. Let’s discover the major tourist […]
Actually there is no something called best time or worst time to visit Vietnam as the climate of this country is harmonious on the whole. The best time pretty depends on where you want to go. Below is the best time to visit each exact tourist attraction. Hanoi Spring that happens in March and April […]