Vietnam Tours 2011

Posted by: root | June 5, 2011

Photo Travel Vietnam: Thien Mu Pagoda

Vietnam Tours hope that will get your share and the same sense of beauty of Vietnam. Read More…

Posted by: root | June 5, 2011

Phan Thiet travel guide

How about 200km from Ho Chi Minh City, Phan Thiet is the largest city in the eastern province of Binh Thuan Saigon for 3-4h if moved by 4-wheel vehicle. 

With the sky, blue sea and abundant sand dunes known, Phan Thiet is a beautiful landscape. Although today tourism plays an important role in the local economy, Phan Thiet is traditionally known for its fish sauce. Like a gift from nature, Phan Thiet with a sea breeze and coconut, dragon fruit today is also a strength of this place, where the favorite stop for tourists in the country and internationally.

mui Ke Ga Phan Thiet travel guide

Ke Ga - Phan Thiet in Vietnam / photo by VietnamTour.Mobi

mui ne Phan Thiet travel guide

Mui Ne - Phan Thiet in Vietnam / photo by VietnamTour.Mobi

The scenery here is romantic for a sweet romantic scene for the lovers, honeymoon couples, families and friends to stay away from busy city life. As a fact, most visitors to Phan Thiet to Mui Ne Beach group 11km away. 

Festival international windsurfing sailing was held in place on May 3-2011 with a large number of sporting groups around the world had come to play.

What to do?

Mui Ne Beach is where most tourists come once to Phan Thiet, along peaceful beaches such as Ocean Beach and Hill Rom. Near Phan Thiet, visitors can explore some historical sites and culture including the nose, also known Mui Ke Ga Light, Thuy Tu Temple, the Buddha is, the Ong Hoang Building and the Cham towers Poshanu. There are also beautiful landscapes such as Suoi Tien (Fairy Spring), and Bridge Island.
When to go?
Weather in Phan Thiet is nearly the same both in hot and dry with average temperatures around 27 degrees. The rainy season begins in May and runs through October, but rainfall is usually mild and infrequent. The waves are best from August to December, and the wind is best from November to April, so never really a bad time to go.
Travel Tips:
Phan Thiet has many hotels, motels, mini resoft , you can contact the front to get a good price, we can help you to stay here.
Posted by: vietnamtour | June 5, 2011

Vietnam Beaches

Vietnam’s best beaches are located in the southern part. The country is blessed with long coastline and abundant rainfall. The best season to visit is from December to May after which the season becomes hot and humid. Read More…

Posted by: vietnamtour | June 5, 2011

Vietnam travel up 6.3% in April

HANOI, 11 May 2011-Vietnam National Administration of Tourism estimates international visits in April reached 460,000 representing a 6.33% increase over 432,608 visits during the same month last year. Read More…

Posted by: root | June 4, 2011

Festival time in Nha Trang

Vietnam Tours – KHANH HOA, 6 May 2011 – Sea Festival 2011 is scheduled to take place next month, 11 to 15 June in Khanh Hoa, a southern central coastal province in Vietnam.

festival nhatrang in Vietnam tours Festival time in Nha Trang

Festival Nha Trang in Vietnam tours

This year the festival will adopt the theme “Nha Trang – Sea of Rendezvous.”

The biennial cultural event will be celebrated in three tourism venues along the Tran Phu coastal strip including: Nha Trang City; Bai Dai Beach in Cam Lam district and Doc Let beach in Ninh Hoa town.

There will be 50 activities  focusing on education and art, a trade fair, beauty contests and food fairs.

The organisers are expecting artists from France, South Korea, China, and Japan to join the art exhibitions.

NhaTrang is a major destination for domestic tourists in Khan Hoa province, but it is also growing in popularity with tourists from neighbouring countries.

Khan Hoa province runs along the south and central coast of Vietnam. Notable destinations are Van Phong, Nha Phu, Nha Trang and Cam Ranh Bay. The closet gateway airport in Khan Hoa province is Cam Ranh International located near Cam Ranh Bay 30km from Nha Trang city.

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