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  • Phu Tho is a semi-mountainous province of Vietnam. The provincial capital of Phu Tho Province is Viet Tri City, 80km from Hanoi. Phu Tho is the gateway to travel to the North East and North West of Vietnam. AdventureGreen has a number of adventure tours, motorbike tours and bicycle tours that travel through Phu Tho gree countryside.

  • Phu Yen Province is located in the south of the Central Region of Vietnam, north of Khanh Hoa Province and south of Binh Dinh Province. Phu Yen has hilly terrain which offers scenic landscape along the road as we travel through the province. Phu Yen also has pristine sand beaches that offers unforgettable beach holidays.

  •  Quan Lan Island (also called Quan Lan Minh Chau) is in Van Don District, Quang Ninh Province. The island is part of Bai Tu Long Bay, north of Halong Bay. Quan Lan Island is 60 km from Halong City and 40 km from Van Don Town (Van Don District), the boat trip to this island is 1 hour from either of these towns.

  • Quang Binh Province is located in the Central Region of Vietnam, 490km south of Hanoi. Quang Binh was in the area of the DMZ (Demilitarized Zone) during the war. Quang Binh is home to the pristine beach of Nhat Le and the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park. You can travel to Quang Binh from Hanoi by overnight train or by flight.

  • Quang Nam Province is in the Central Region of Vietnam. The capital of Quang Nam Province is Tam Ky Town, 70km south of Da Nang City. Most travellers to Vietnam know of the province with Hoi An Old Town and My Son Cham Ruins, and not Quang Nam itself. In fact, the province has a number of other tourist attractions that offer great adventure experiences to the travellers who loves straying from the well-beaten track.

  • Quang Ngai Province is in the Central Region of Vietnam, south of Da Nang City and north of Binh Dinh Province. Quang Ngai is home to the Ancient Culture of Sa Huynh (dating back to around 1,000 year B.C.) which along with Oc Eo and Dong Son Cultures makes up the ancient culture of what is Vietnam today.

  • Quang Ninh is situated in the North East of Vietnam, 165km from Hanoi. The Province is more known to the travelers with the unrivaled beauty of Halong Bay; while there are many other tourist attractions that are worth your exploration.

  • Quang Tri Province of Vietnam is located in the Central Region of the country, 600km south of Hanoi and 75km north of Hue. Quang Tri was to the south of the Ben Hai River, the former demarcation line between North and South Vietnam.

  • Sapa is a district of Lao Cai Province, in the North-West of Vietnam. The district of Sapa is like a huge valley running from north to south for 40km along the foot of the Hoang Lien Mountain Range. The district includes the eponymous capital town and several ethnic villages down the valley and on the mountain slopes.

  • Siem Reap Province is located to the northern extent of the Tonle Sap Lake, north-west of Cambodia. The provincial capital is Siem Reap Town, the gateway to explore the legendary temples of Angkor. Siem Reap Town is 314km from Phnom Penh via NH No. 6 and 150km from Poipet border-crossing between Cambodia and Thailand.

  • Soc Trang is located to the south-east of the Mekong Delta in southern Vietnam, bordered to the north-east by the lower branch of the Mekong River . Tourist attractions in Soc Trang include Dat Set Pagoda, Bat Pagoda, Kh'leang Pagoda, Chen Kieu Pagoda, the floating market of Nga Nam... AdventureGreen has bike tours and motorbike tours for you to discover Soc Trang and the Mekong Delta.

  • Son La is a mountainous province in the North West of Vietnam. Son La City, the capital of the province, is 300km from Hanoi via either Road No. 6 from Hanoi to Dien Bien Phu or via Route 32 and Route 37 via Phu Tho.

  • Sukhothai was established in the 13th century A.D and was the first ever Thai Kingdom. The draw-card of local tourism is Sukhothai Historical Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Sukhothai is 400km north of Bangkok and 320km south of Chiang Mai.

  • Tam Coc is a flooded paddy field sprinkled with encircling karst mountains in Ninh Binh Province, northern Vietnam. The huge area of countryside around Tam Coc is also of similar landscape that makes your holiday here a really relaxing experience.

  • Tay Ninh Province is 100 km from Ho Chi Minh City (or Saigon). Tay Ninh is bordered to the north-east by Binh Phuoc Province, to the east by Binh Duong Province, to the south-east by Long An Province, to the west and north-west and north by Cambodia. Tay Ninh is known to the travellers with the eclectic religion of Cao Dai, an indigenous religion of Tay Ninh.

  • Thai Binh Province is located in the heart of the Red River Delta in northern Vietnam. Thai Binh Province is not visited often by the travellers to Vietnam. Some travellers will only pass through the province on the way between Ha Long Bay or Hai Phong City and Ninh Binh.

  • Thai Nguyen Province is in the North-East of Vietnam, known for the steel-making industry and the green tea quality. Thai Nguyen City is the capital of the province, 67km from Hanoi. Road No. 3 from Hanoi to Thai Nguyen and Bac Kan Provinces is in excellent conditions. Thai Nguyen is by far off from the tourist track and the province offers plenty of opportunities for adventure tours such as bicycle tours, motorbike tours, trekking tours and homestay tours.

  • Thanh Hoa Province is 160km south of Hanoi, constantly struck by natural disasters like typhoons, floods and droughts. Thanh Hoa was among the poorest countries of Vietnam until very recent time.

  • The Old Quarter of Hanoi was established in the 11th century in Thang Long Citadel. The area was next to the Royal Citadel of Thang Long and it was where commerce in the capital city took place.

  • Tien Giang Province is situated to the north of the Mekong Delta of Vietnam. Tien Giang is bordered to the north by Long An Province, to the west and south west by Dong Thap Province, to the south by Vinh Long and Ben Tre Provinces, to the east by the East Vietnam Sea and to the north-west by Ho Chi Minh City.