Hanoi has topped The Telegraph’s “World’s Best Cities For Food” list. And it’s easy to see why the Vietnamese capital city has made it to number one.
If you are heading out on a holiday to Vietnam, then you will be lucky enough to experience some of the world’s most breathtaking landscapes.
The beaches of Vietnam are renowned for being some of the prettiest in the world and with over 2,000 miles of coastline, the country certainly has plenty of beaches to boast about.
The Huffington Post has chosen Vietnam’s Mai Chau and Phu Quoc for their “45 of the Most Stunning Paradises in the World” list.
The summit of Vietnam’s highest peak, Mount Fansipan, can now be reached by a brand new cable car.
Vietnam is full of jaw-dropping landscapes and vibrant cities and this is why more and more people are travelling to this incredible country every year.
Ho Chi Minh City (formerly known as Saigon), is a city of contrasts: French colonial architecture, sparkling skyscrapers, incense-infused temples and remnants of war coexist alongside each other.
Food is at the heart of Vietnamese culture and Vietnamese food is one of the most popular cuisines in the world as it mixes together a range of flavours and tastes.