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  • 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.

  • Kien Giang is a westernmost province in the Mekong Delta of Vietnam. Kien Giang overlooks the Rach Gia Gulf. The sea of Kien Giang borders Cambodia and Thailand. Tourist attractions in Kien Giang include the Phu Quoc Island and offshore islands in the Gulf of Rach Gia, the sea of Rach Gia, the beaches at Ha Tien, U Minh Thuong National Park.

  • Kon Tum Province is located in the northernmost area of the Central Highlands of Vietnam with mountains, coffee plantations and hill stations above 1,000m in elevation. The region of Kon Tum is home to many ethnic minorities whose life has been basically untouched by far.

  • Lai Chau is a mountainous province located to the utmost North West of Vietnam, 450km from Hanoi. Lai Chau has a dry and temperate climate influenced by dry winds from Laos. Due to the remote location and lack of good infrastructure in the past, Lai Chau was not visited much by most travelers. Even most Vietnamese tourists do not normally make trips to Lai Chau.

  • Lam Dong Province is located in the south of the Central Highlands of Vietnam. Lam Dong is characterized by endless green coffee and tea plantations...The capital city of Lam Dong is Da Lat, well-known to the Vietnamese as the Honeymoon Destination.

  • Lang Son is a mountainous province in the North East of Vietnam. The capital city of the province is Lang Son City, which is 154km north of Hanoi and which is a border town between Vietnam and China.

  • Lao Cai is a mountainous province in the North-West of Vietnam sharing border with China, Yen Bai, Son La and Lai Chau Provinces. Lao Cai is home to a number of tourist attractions such as Sapa, Y Ty, Muong Khuong, Muong Hum, Bac Ha...which offer great opportunities for adventure travel such as mountain biking tours, trekking tours, motorbike tours, homestay tours…

  • Luang Prabang was the Royal Capital of Laos, seated at the confluence of the Nam Khan River and Mekong River. Luang Prabang is 400km north of Vientiane, 250km north of Vang Vieng, 150km north of Phou Khoun.

  • Mai Chau is the name of a lovely district of Hoa Binh Province with secret valleys, untouched forest, Thai villages… Mai Chau is also a name of the capital town of Mai Chau District.

  • Mandalay is located on the east bank of the Ayeyarwaddy River, in the center of Myanmar. Mandalay was the royal capital city under the reign of the last king of Myanmar. The city was founded in 1856 and was destroyed in the World War II.

  • Moc Chau Plateau has the average altitude of 1,000m above sea level with temperate climate. Moc Chau possesses great potential for relaxing holidays, vacations to get away from the summer heat in Hanoi and easy trekking tours. There is a chance to climb Mount Pha Luong right on the border between Vietnam and Laos but the access is limited to the Vietnamese citizens for now.

  • Mu Cang Chai is 300km northwest of Hanoi. For not too long, Mu Cang Chai has been famous to adventure travelers for the amazing terraces which have a fluid look and which come in several shapes. People travel to Mu Cang Chai in hope to take photographs of the most beautiful rice terraces in Vietnam in the most beautiful moments.

  • Phan Thiet is the capital city of Binh Thuan Province. Mui Ne is a part of Phan Thiet City, the area within the Mui Ne Bay. Mui Ne means “the cape to take shelter from storms”. This is because the little bay with Cape Mui Ne is a safe place for boats during typhoons.

  • Tu Le Yen BaiMulti-Country Tours feature adventure tours, budget holidays vacations that travel through destinations of Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar, Thailand. The adventure tours could be private adventure trips, small group journeys with travel itinerary, travel service based on responsible tourism. Our adventure holidays include hard adventure tours which require physical endurance and soft adventure vacations which are more like engaging experiences into the local cultures.

  • Nam Dinh Province is in the Red River Delta, 90km south-east of Hanoi, 100km from Hai Phong City and 18km from Thai Binh City.

  • Nghe An is in the north of the Central Region of Vietnam. The capital city of Nghe An is Vinh City, 300km south of Hanoi.

  • Nha Trang is the provincial capital of Khanh Hoa Province, in the South-Central Coast of Vietnam. For long, Nha Trang has been popular to Vietnamese tourists as well as foreign visitors thanks to the famed sandy beaches. Nha Trang Bay is claimed among the 29 most beautiful sea bays in the world with turquoise sea water, colorful coral reefs, offshore islands ringed with fine sand beaches.

  • Ninh Binh is 120km south of Hanoi, famed for its tranquil countryside typical of northern Vietnam. While Halong Bay has karst islands sprouting out of the emerald water, Ninh Binh has karst mountains sprouting out of the sea of green rice fields. On Halong Bay, travelers take luxury junk cruises amid the islands; at Ninh Binh, they embark on rowing boat trips gliding on rivers flanked by towering mountains or take bicycle tours through the villages and rice paddies.

  • Ninh Thuan Province is in the South Central Coast of Vietnam, north of Binh Thuan Province and south of Khanh Hoa Province. The capital city of  Ninh Thuan Province is Phan Rang – Thap Cham, 350km north of Saigon, 150km north of Phan Thiet City, 50km south of Nha Trang - Cam Ranh Airport, 110km east of Da Lat.

  • Phnom Penh, the capital city of the Kingdom of Cambodia, is located right at the the junction of the Mekong, the Tonle Bassac and Tonle Sap Rivers. The rivers meet at Phnom Penh forming an 'X' which made the city known as 'Krong Chaktomuk' - the City of Four Faces previously.