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Explore Vietnam, one of Asia’s gems. The country embodies a colourful culture despite having endured many tumultuous years of war, and is today one of the most visited places in Asia. From the allure of its cities to the magnificence of its landscapes, Vietnam is a country not to be missed.

Start in Ho Chi Minh City, a focal point in much of Vietnam’s history. There, learn more about the city formerly known as Saigon by visiting the Reunification Palace, with a timeless ambience as the structure has been preserved from the region’s communism days. Alternatively, you could head to the Vietnamese History Museum or the War Remnants Museum for more historical memorabilia.

Explore the city on foot and meet some friendly locals. Be sure to stop for coffee as coffee shops are a huge part of Vietnamese culture and the country is one of the largest exporters of coffee in the world. After a caffeine boost, visit some of Ho Chi Minh City’s famous markets, one of which is Cho Ben Thanh, which is always bustling with people. It is where locals and tourists gather to eat and shop. Remember to partake in some friendly bargaining with the shop owners!

Less than three hours out of Ho Chi Minh City are the famous Cu Chi tunnels. Head there to learn more about the curious history of these tunnels and how they were used in the war. Guided tours, which typically last half a day, are offered in the area. You’ll visit underground villages, hospitals, factories and homes to experience how the Vietnamese people lived in these confined spaces with little light and be amazed at how they survived.

Those seeking the sunshine can head to Halong Bay. Admire the majesty of the massive limestone caves and structures on a boat tour, or visiting nearby islands for pristine beaches and turquoise waters.

Be sure to go to Hanoi as well. Standing as one of the oldest cities in Vietnam, it remains a cultural hub today. Admire the scenery at the West Lake, Truc Bach Lake and Hoan Kiem Lake, or pay your respects at Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum, where the remains of the First President are stored. To shop, head to the Old Quarter, complete with shop-houses selling traditional Vietnamese goods such as silk, as well as local cuisine.

Bask in the sun on the beaches of Nha Trang. Home to a rich population of marine life, Nha Trang is very popular with scuba divers, while visitors can also participate in other activities such as kite boarding and island hoping as well. When you get hungry, head to the Cho Dam Market, which sells yummy, authentic Vietnamese food.

Be sure to catch the beauty of Vietnam if you are on a trip around Asia as this country has so much to offer.

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