Vietnam | The upcoming exotic destination

Vietnam is one of the most internationally upcoming travel destinations for exotic travel. The stylish new resorts, stately colonial style hotels, the travel range of activities offered and of course the amazing exotic cuisine create a unique package of experience. The charm of Vietnam is that constantly hovers between fast and slow, the traditional and the modern, the exotic and the familiar. These add and the great natural beauty of the place, airy massage, nice shops, great service, the fact that everyone speaks English and the prices are very reasonable and you have the next tourist boom in Asia.

Vietnam

Vietnam

The changing face of the country moves from north to south. Unlike the romantic, colonial, cooler Hanoi, Saigon is younger, faster and hotter. The Halong Bay with postcard islands and Hoi An with its unique architecture, are both protected by UNESCO and the delta of the river Mekong, to archetypal images of Vietnamese rice fields are just some of the must see.

Vietnam, Hanoï

Vietnam, Hanoï

Halong Bay, Vietnam

Halong Bay, Vietnam

November is considered the most good season. Nevertheless, the truth is that there are good and bad periods for this trip. As the country stretched as far lane from north to south, when it is cold and rainy in one area, the other is sunny and pleasant. Basically there are two seasons. In the South the liquid lasts from May to November, with more storms from June to August, and the dry from December to April.

Vietnam

Vietnam

The warm and wet season is from late February to May. The central coast is dry from May to October and wet from December to February. The highlands are much colder and winter temperatures can reach up to 0. The north has cool, wet winters and hot summers. In general, avoid the period of the Tet Festival, late January or early February, because the hotels are full and many museums and shops are closed for a week or more.

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By Nicole P.

Vietnam photos: thao, HL Wang, Michel Renaudeau, Monica and Ricky.

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