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 This Vietnam travel guide is the result of extensive travelling in Indochina by the authors. It provides useful information about all the major destinations based on our experiences in the region. As travel professionals in Europe we were well aware of the potential pitfalls of journeys to unknown lands so we were well prepared for our visit to Vietnam. This Vietnam guide is a summary of what we learned on our travels in this magnificent country which we hope will prove to be a useful resource in preparing your trip. 
European cuisine restaurant in Ho Chi Minh city

European cuisine restaurant in Ho Chi Minh city

European cuisine restaurant in Ho Chi Minh city
Special vietnam restaurant in Ho Chi Minh

Special vietnam restaurant in Ho Chi Minh

Special vietnam restaurant in Ho Chi Minh
Vegetarian restaurant in Ho Chi Minh

Vegetarian restaurant in Ho Chi Minh

Vegetarian restaurant in Ho Chi Minh
Restaurant in Hue

Restaurant in Hue

Restaurant in Hue
Cafes in Hue city

Cafes in Hue city

The cafes along Hung Vuong street are good places to meet people and swap travellers' tales.
Hoian Restaurant

Hoian Restaurant

 Hoian Restaurant
Restaurant in Danang

Restaurant in Danang

Restaurant in Danang  
Restaurant in Sapa

Restaurant in Sapa

Restaurant in Sapa
Drinking in Sapa

Drinking in Sapa

Considering the number of travellers to Sapa, organised entertainment is relatively scarce and the bar scene slow. For most, an evening out is the guesthouse balcony, particularly if the fog rolls in.
Restaurant in Dalat

Restaurant in Dalat

Restaurant in Dalat
Restaurants in Nha Trang city

Restaurants in Nha Trang city

Restaurants in Nha Trang city
Vietnamese Tea

Vietnamese Tea

The Vietnamese are in love with this thing called tea. They drink it everywhere and at any time: at formal meetings, after meals, at weddings and funerals. They place it on altars as an offering to their ancestors. But tea drinking is not a recent trend in Viet Nam. It has an ancient history, though it remains as important to the Vietnamese today as it was in the past.
Ao dai

Ao dai

Ao Dai- A lasting impression for any visitor to Vietnam is the beauty of Vietnamese women dressed in their Ao Dais. These long flowing dresses worn over loose-fitting trousers are considered to be the national dress of Vietnamese women.
Sapa Love market

Sapa Love market

Every Saturday, the picturesque mountain village of Sa Pa comes alive with shoppers who know what they want: love. They travel from near and far to size up the goods of the day, hoping something will tickle their fancy.
Lantern Festival of Ancient Hoi An

Lantern Festival of Ancient Hoi An

The tradition to decorate the ancient town in Hoi An with multi-colored lanterns, which started three centuries ago, is still continued today on the fourteenth night of each lunar month in this small town in central Vietnam.
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