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  • Da Lat is perched on the Lang Biang Plateau in the south of the Central Highlands of Vietnam. The city is on the elevation of 1,475m above sea level and surrounded by vegetable farms, flower fields, and mountains of more than 1,000m above sea level. The landscapes of Dalat are breathtaking with fresh air, rolling hills, waterfalls and lakes. And, the city is a popular destination for newly married couples on their honeymoon holidays.

  • Da Nang is in the Central Region of Vietnam, south of Hai Van Pass, 1 hour flight from either Hanoi or Saigon, 30km from Hoi An Old Town, 3 hours drive from Hue (about 110km-120km depending on if you take the tunnel or Hai Van Pass).

  • 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 Province is home to  the Muong Thanh Valley, the biggest valley in the North West of Vietnam, where the famous battle of Dien Bien Phu took place for 57 days in 1954.

  •  Dong Van Karst Plateau is located in Ha Giang Province, northern Vietnam. The plateau has the elevation from 1,400m to 1,600m above sea level and 80% of the surface consisted of rock. There is a high concentration of rocky mountain peaks of over 2,000m in the plateau.

  • Gia Lai Province is located in the heart of the Central Highlands of Vietnam. The capital town of the province is Pleiku, 49km south of  Kon Tum and 200km north of Buon Ma Thuot.

  • 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.

  • Halong Bay Vietnam boasts 3,000 islands and islets on the emerald water in the Gulf of Tonkin which stretches from Quang Ninh and Hai Phong Provinces of Vietnam to the Chinese border.

  • Hanoi is the capital city of Vietnam with history of over 1,000 years old. With the vicissitude of Vietnam, Hanoi has taken into itself huge cultural influences from the East and the West. The blend of culture is the special draw card that attracts a large number of foreign visitors to travel to Hanoi every year.

  • Hau Giang Province is the smallest province in the Mekong Delta and it doesn't have much attraction to tourists. If you want to stray off the tourist track and enjoy ordinary life in the Mekong Delta then Hau Giang can be good for a day. AdventureGreen offers tours in the Mekong Delta which travel past the province of Hau Giang.

  • Ho Chi Minh City is in southern Vietnam, north of the Mekong Delta. The city was founded in the 17th century and was known as Saigon then. Thanks to the convenient location and easy transportation, Saigon quickly turned into the center for all commercial activities in the whole region of southern Vietnam at the time.

  • Hoa Binh is a mountainous province in the North-West of Vietnam. The capital of Hoa Binh Province is Hoa Binh City, 74km from Hanoi.

  • Hoi An in Quang Nam Province of Vietnam was a busy international trading port in the 16-18th century. The river silted up in the 19th century which made it too shallow for a port, hence the port relocation to Da Nang (Tourane). Nowadays, visiting Hoi An you can still adore the charming ancient architecture and the quaint ambiance dating back to its heydays.

  • Hue was the seat of the Vietnamese last Royal Court and the capital city of Vietnam from 1802 to 1945. During its heyday, the city boasted the imposing Imperial Citadel overlooking the Perfume River, intricately ornamented temples and pagodas, and elegant houses nestled in the green gardens around the city.

  • The Inle Lake is located in the mountains of Shan State Myanmar (Burma) with cool climate all year round. The serene lake and its tranquil environment are ideal for relaxing holidays. Besides, the area around the Inle Lake is inhabited by the Intha, Shan, Pa-O, Danu, Taung-yo and Kayah ethnic peoples. A trip to the Inle Lake could provides lots of unique cultural experiences. If you love more active vacations at Inle, then there are many ethnic villages, stupas, pagodas and monasteries in the hills that you can trek and hike to. So, Inle is a place that seems suitable for most travel interests.

  • Kampong Thom Province is situated to the east of the Tonle Sap Lake and is home to many important Pre-Angkorian sites including  Sombor Prei Kuk Temple.. The provincial capital of the province is Kampong Thom Town, 165 km from Phnom Penh and 151 km from Siem Reap. Kampong Thom is a popular stopover for trips between Phnom Penh and Siem Reap and could be used as the base to explore the remote temples such as Preah Khan and Prasat Preah Vihear.

  • Khanh Hoa Province is located in the South Central Region of Vietnam, south of Phu Yen Province and north of Ninh Thuan Province. Khanh Hoa Province is bordered to the east by the East Vietnam Sea and to the west by the mountains of the Central Highlands of Vietnam.