Saigon – Socialism de luxe

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Saigon, correctly Ho-Chi-Minh City with 6 to 8 million inhabitants is the heart and the soul of Vietnam and socialism de Luxe. It’s a bustling, dynamic city with Road markets, nice cafes, pubs, shops, bars, boutiques and luxury hotels. This all let forget you that Vietnam is still a “third world country”. Prosperity and poverty […]
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Mui Ne – Dunes, windsurfing, fish sauce

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Already the ride to Mui Ne was a singular beauty. We came from the north and pasted directly one of the main attractions of the area. 30 meters high sand dunes spread nearly up to the sea. In the late afternoon, just before sunset a very beautiful scenario, that is naturally good commercialized. Sand surfing […]
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Nha Trang – oldest seaside resort

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Nha Trang with its 6 km long palmy city beach is also called the “Nice” of Vietnam and is the oldest seaside resort. For water sport fans an ideal place. Everywhere you can book Trips to the little outer Islands for snorkelling or diving. With approx. 350.000 inhabitants not a small city. Here you can […]
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Hoi An – World Cultural Heritage

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Hoi An is an attraction at all! For us the most beautiful town in Central Vietnam. The whole old part of the town belongs to the world cultural heritage. Approx. 800 houses stand here on the list, usually timber buildings or colonial houses with beautifully ornamental wood balconies from the early 19th Century. The main […]
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Hue – Legendary historical City

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Hue, called “the old emperor city” is really not so old. It was built in 1802 as the capital of the kingdom and after the model of the Forbidden City in Beijing. Today are the relics of this emperor residence in the citadel and the surrounding emperor tombs one of the touristiest attractions of Vietnam. […]
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Ha Long Bay – Mystical Landscape

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Halong Bay, the name Ha Long means, where “the dragon descends into the sea.” The wonderful Halong Bay, is one of the natural wonders of Vietnam and you can explore all this comfortably with numerous trip boats. On our excursion we had unfortunately bad weather, finest drizzle and thick clouds were there, the whole day […]
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Hanoi – A capital on the move

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You don’t see the 1000 year old history of Vietnam’s capital everywhere, but you can feel it. It is one of those fascinating places where you can experience the past and the future in the present. Time changes by the minutes. French colonial architecture, Internet cafes, art-galleries, temples, pagodas, markets, Tradition and High Tech closely […]
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From Hanoi to Saigon in 25 days (03/17 – 04/15/2005)

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Vietnam, or the old way of writing Viet Nam, the country of “rosy dawn” was already a long time a favourite destination on our travel list, because we had seen and heard so much about the unique landscapes and the rich civilization and friendly people. In addition we were very interested at the old and […]
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