Vietnam Destinations

Harvesting rice in Ha Tay, northern Vietnam
Vietnam destinations include information and guide for all major travel and tourist destinations in Vietnam. For specific information related to a tourist attraction or tourist spots, you may like to visit the Vietnam Tourism section.

AdventureGreen's team have made myriads journeys through the country focusing on different aspects of the natural landscape and local cultures which may be of interest to our adventure travelers. We have taken thousands of photos of Vietnam each of which speaks something of a destination. Whenever you plan for an adventure through Vietnam, remember that you have got an experienced local fellow traveler!

  • An Giang Province is located in the Mekong Delta of Vietnam, sharing the border with Cambodia. The provincial capital of An Giang is Chau Doc City which is a popular for travelers to stop on trips between Vietnam and Cambodia.

  • Ba Ria Vung Tau Province is bordered to the north by Dong Nai Province, to the north-east by Binh Thuan Province, to the east, the south and south-west by the East-Vietnam Sea, and to the west by Ho Chi Minh City.

  • Bac Giang of Vietnam is a hilly province, 50km from Hanoi. Geographically, Bac Giang belongs to the Northeast of Vietnam. Bac Giang is completely off the tourist track, and almost no good travel guide or tourism information is provided to the travelers about the province.

  • Bac Kan Province is located the north-eastern region of Vietnam, the eponymous provincial capital is 170km from Ha Noi via National Road No. 3. The draw-card of tourism in Bac Kan is Ba Be National Park, 100km from Bac Kan Town.

  • Bac Lieu is located to the south-east of the Mekong Delta in southern Vietnam. Tourist attractions in Bac Lieu include the the bird park of Bac Lieu, the Longan Garden, the former house of Bac Lieu Playboy, the sea of Bac Lieu. AdventureGreen has bike tours and motorbike tours for you to discover Bac Lieu and the Mekong Delta.

  • Bac Ninh is in the Red River Delta, 30km northeast of Hanoi in the north of Vietnam. The province was the cultural and political center of the country in the early days of the history. There is still the tomb of King Duong Vuong in Bac Ninh Province, who is believed to have been the forefather of the Vietnamese people.

  • Ben Tre Province is in the Mekong Delta of Vietnam. The province is famous for the coconut forests which account for over 80% of that in Vietnam. The upper branch of the Mekong River (The Tien River) with many small tributaries dissect Ben Tre into islands and in the past people had to cross ferries to get to Ben Tre. Nowadays the bridges are convenient for locals and tourists to explore this amazing land.

  • Binh Dinh Province is in the Central Region of Vietnam. The capital city of Binh Dinh Province is Quy Nhon City, 180km south of Quang Ngai, 300km south of Da Nang and 240km north of Nha Trang Beach City, 234km east of Kon Tum Town (Central Highlands of Vietnam).

  • Binh Thuan Province is in the southern coast of Vietnam. The capital of Binh Thuan Province is the city of Phan Thiet, 150km south of Phan Rang – Thap Cham and 200km north-east of Ho Chi Minh City.

  • Ca Mau is the southern-most province of Vietnam and the Mekong Delta. Tourist attractions in Ca Mau include the national parks of U Minh Ha and Cape Ca Mau, the bird park of Ca Mau. AdventureGreen has bike tours and motorbike tours for you to discover Ca Mau and the Mekong Delta.

  • Can Tho Province is in the heart of the Mekong Delta. The provincial capital of the province is Can Tho City, the economic center of the Mekong Delta of Vietnam. Can Tho has quite a number of tourist attractions such as Bang Lang Stork Sanctuary, the floating market of Cai Rang, the floating market of Phung Hiep, green orchards,…

  • Cao Bang is a mountainous province in the North East of Vietnam. Cao Bang offers fresh rice valleys alternated with towering mountains and waterfalls. The province is ideal for the adventure travellers who dream of hiking tours, trekking tours, motorbike tours, mountain bike tours and eco tourism. Cao Bang is off the tourist track at the moment.

  • Dak Lak is in the Central Highlands of Vietnam, 352km from Saigon and 200km from either Gia Lai Province or Da Lat City. The capital city of Dak Lak Province is Buon Ma Thuot.

  • Dien Bien is a mountainous province in the North-West of Vietnam, 470km from Hanoi. Dien Bien Province shares the border with Laos to the West, with China to the North-West, with Lai Chau Province and Son La Province to the East. Dien Bien is famed for the historic Battle of Dien Bien Phu and for wild mountains inhabited by Black Thai communities. Dien Bien Phu nowadays is the name of the capital city of Dien Bien Province.

  • Dong Thap Province is located in the Mekong Delta of Vietnam, sharing the border with Cambodia, Long An, Tien Giang, Vinh Long, Can Tho and An Giang. Dong Thap includes a part of Dong Thap Muoi which is famed to most Vietnamese for endless wild fields filled up with lotus flowers.

  • Gia Lai Province is located in the heart of the Central Highlands of Vietnam. The province offers temperate climate, rolling hills, forests and a profusion of ethnic minorities.

  • Ha Giang is 312km north of Hanoi and the trip by car or by motorbike takes one full day. Ha Giang Province is famous for the rock plateau of Dong Van and the sublime pass of Ma Pi Leng which are both 150km from Ha Giang Provincial capital.

  • Ha Tay Province has its territory in both the Red River Delta and the mountainous area of North-West of Vietnam. Ha Tay is famous for its ancient villages and its century-old Buddhist pagodas. Nowadays, Ha Tay has been integrated into Hanoi, though we still refer to the area as Ha Tay as part of our love for the land of ancient untouched culture.

  • Ha Tinh is in the Central Region of Vietnam. The capital town  of the province is Ha Tinh Town, 340km south of Hanoi, 50km south of Vinh City (Nghe An Province) and 150km north of Dong Hoi Town (Quang Binh Province). Like other provinces in the Central Region of Vietnam, Ha Tinh is endowed with harsh weather characterized by either severe droughts or floods.

  • Hai Phong is the third biggest city in Vietnam, after Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. The city is 110km south-east of Hanoi. Hai Phong is bordered to the north by Quang Ninh Province, to the east by Hai Duong Province, to the south by Thai Binh Province and to the East by the East Sea of Vietnam.