To visit Vietnam for a honeymoon is to be captivated by some of the very best that Indochina has to offer.
Central Vietnam is one of Vietnam’s most culturally rich destinations and includes the fascinating towns of Hue and Hoi An.
Hanoi & The North
Hanoi is a charming and intriguing mix of identities and architecture. Elegant French colonial mansions and wide boulevards contradict the narrow shophouses of Hanoi’s Old Quarter, whose inhabitants spill out onto the crowded streets around them.
Saigon & The South
Fast-paced, fashionable and frenetic, Saigon is the emblem of the new Vietnam. With a wealth of new shopping malls, restaurants and apartments being constructed all the time, there is a discernible sense of excitement about the city – a sense that Vietnam is racing towards a more modern future, with Saigon firmly at the helm.
With a long, sandy coastline, over three thousand kilometres in length and with clusters of palm fringed islands, Vietnam can boast beaches to suit any preference and for any time of year.
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