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  • Vang Vieng is known for its idyllic countryside with rivers, karst mountains, under water caves and scenic trekking trails. Vang Vieng is 150km north of Vientiane and 250km south of Luang Prabang, 250km from Phonsavan in Xieng Khouang Province.

  •  Vientiane, the capital city of Laos, is like a big village with green trees sprawling along the Mekong River. The city has a laid-back lifestyle and is great for a relaxing vacation. There are quite a few ancient Buddhist pagodas in the city that could take a couple of days to visit.

  • Vinh Long Province is a province in the Mekong Delta, between the Tien (the Upper Mekong) and the Hau (the Lower Mekong) Rivers. Vinh Long is a very popular tourist destination in the Mekong Delta. Tourist attractions at Vinh Long include the floating market on the Tien River at Cai Be (Tien Giang, right next to Vinh Long), brick kilns on the banks of the Mekong River, vanishing family occupations such as making pop corns, making candies….

  • Vinh Phuc is a semi-mountainous province of Vietnam. The provincial capital of Vinh Phuc is Vinh Yen City, 55km from Hanoi. Vinh Phuc is home to a number of tourist attractions including the Tam Dao National Park and Tam Dao Hillstation, Dai Lai Lake...which are suitable for leisurely bicycle tours, relaxing holidays and eco tourism.

  • It is a tough question as to when is the best time to visit Vietnam. The country is narrow and long,  stretching for over 2,000km from the top north to the bottom south with 3,200km of coastline, and with different altitudes ranging from sea level to over 3,000m above sea level. The terrains in Vietnam range from vast flat plains to rugged limestone mountains.

  • Xieng Khouang is located to the north-east of Laos. The province is home to the mysterious Plain of Jars which is one of the popular tourist attraction in the country. Xieng Khouang was heavily bombed during the Indochina War. Phonsavan is located in the centre of the province and is 150km from Phou Khoun, 300km from Luang Prabang, 250km from Vang Vieng and 130km from Nam Can Border Crossing with Vietnam.

  • Yangon is the capital city of Myanmar (also known as Burma). Yangon was expanded from the small town of Dagon in 1755 by King Alaungpaya. King Alaungpaya, who ruled the northern land, gradually took over the southern lands and renamed Dagon into Yangon meaning the End of Conflicts. Under the British rule, Yangon was turned into a busy commercial port, which nowadays handles 90% of Myanmar's exports and imports. The port is on the Yangon River and is 32km from the Elephant Point on the Gulf of Martaban.

  • Yen Bai is a mountainous province in the North West of Vietnam. The capital of the province is Yen Bai City, 182km from Hanoi. Yen Bai has a number of tourist attractions that are ideal for the adventure travellers including: Thac Ba Lake, Muong Lo Valley, Tu Le rice terraces, Mu Cang Chai rice terraces.