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Vietnam is the easternmost country on the Indochina Peninsula in Southeast Asia, between the latitudes 8° and 24°N, and the longitudes 102° and 110°E. It covers a total area of approximately 331,210 km2. The combined length of the country's land boundaries is 4,639 km , and its coastline is 3,444 km long. Vietnam is bordered by China to the north, Laos to the northwest, Cambodia to the southwest, Thailand across the Gulf of Thailand to the southwest, and the Philippines, Malaysia and Indonesia across the East Sea to the east and southeast.

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Vietnam’s long coastline means temperatures vary a lot. Hanoi and the north have three distinct seasons - it even gets quite cool in winter . The summer months are very hot and very humid. The best time to travel in Vietnam is from July to October. It can be hot and wet, but I love the lush greens, the big storms and the deep blue skies. It’s definitely the best time to be in Vietnam if you want beautiful colours.

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The far north of vietnam is mostly covered by mountains and hills, with spectacularly beauty and culturally richness. The heart of Vietnam - Hanoi is the clash between tradition and modernity .The stunning architecture are ideal for photography. Off the bustling streets is Halong Bay, a famous natural wonder of Vietnam. The centre of Vietnam contains the old capital of Hue is a personal favourite. Next to Hue is Hoi An and My Son - Hoi An’s old streets loved by travellers. The southern Vietnam is famous for Saigon and beautiful beaches, including Phu Quoc, Con Dao , Nha Trang and Mui Ne . The watery world of Mekong Delta features rice fileds, fruit orchards and wooden boats in narrow, tree shrouded canals.
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Today, the war remnants in Vietnam have become tourist attractions rather than eyesores. The vestiges of a more remote past, from Champa ruins and Hue's imperial city to the elegant colonial streets of Hanoi, are a major lure, as are the glorious natural attractions – from a coastline of powder-soft beaches to the impressive forested mountains.

Northern Vietnam’s signature city is Hanoi, an appealing place full of the old ­villas and facades of the French colonial era which give it a unique ambience. The surrounding, pancake-flat Red River Delta is bordered on the east by the Gulf of Tonkin, within which is the fabled limestone seascape of Halong Bay. Beyond the delta’s plains, cooler mountain regions, populated by hill tribes, ascend towards Laos in the  west and China to the north.

The country narrows through a chain of increasingly tropical provinces washed by the warm waters of the East Sea. In the old Imperial City of Hue, a sense of the past pervades, carried over into the nearby town of Hoi An. In the lands of the ancient Champa kingdom further south are decaying temples that testify to the conquest by the Viet people from the north. And all along the serpentine coast are stretches of white beach lapped by aquamarine waters.

Beyond the resort of Dalat in the picturesque southern highlands is Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam’s vibrant commercial centre. The far south is dominated by the Mekong Delta, an extensive area of farms and orchards and numerous waterways best explored by boat. Offshore are the newly tourist islands of Phu Quoc and, further east, the Con Dao archipelago.

Vietnam Festivals

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Festivals in Vietnam offer visitors the best opportunity for getting up close and personal with the myths, customs and fun-loving spirit of this proud nation. Despite undergoing modern developments, Vietnam is still a predominantly traditional country, with thousands of pagodas and shrines dedicated to Buddha as well as various deities and iconic figures. There are also plenty of cultural events that are only celebrated during certain times of the year, so we’ve compiled a list of the best festivals in Vietnam, and while they’re celebrated just about anywhere in the country, we’ve included some suggestions on the best places.

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