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How to Reach

Vietnam can be easily reached from any part of the world by regular flights touching down at any of its three international airports – Hanoi (Noi Bai International Airport) in the North, Ho Chi Minh City (Tan Son Nhat International Airport) in the South and Da Nang (Danang International Airport) in the Central part of the country.

Large number of countries such as Australia, Cambodia, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Laos, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Russia, Singapore, Brunei, South Korea, Thailand, Taiwan, Indonesia, Macau, Qatar, Turkey and the United States are directly connected to Vietnam by several flights.

Cities in Vietnam

TSI Holidays provides tours to the famous and lesser-known cities in Vietnam that can be customized as stand-alone destination tours as well as multi-city tours in Vietnam . Explore the history, culture, lifestyle, and tourist attractions of each destination in Vietnam with TSI Holidays outbound tours.

Top Destinations in Vietnam

For culture vultures, there is no shortage of temples, tombs, pagodas and crumbling palaces to admire and explore. The UNESCO World Heritage site of Huế is home to the Citadel, once the emperor’s private residence, and the Forbidden Purple City, where he housed his many mistresses. When your feet are weary, grab some bún bò buế (beef noodle soup) and watch swan pedalos cruise the Perfume River as the sun sets.

Hoi An

Foodies can feast on street food in Vietnam’s culinary capital. If you fancy trying your hand at Vietnamese cuisine, many restaurants offer half-day cooking courses .

Go trekking in the hills of Sapa for amazing views across the jungle and mountain ranges of north-west Vietnam. Equipment is cheap and easy to come by so don’t worry if you’re not a natural mountain goat, you’ll soon be up there, gazing at the views as the mist rolls in across the peaks.

The hustle and bustle of Vietnam’s capital can at first seem intimidating, but don’t let the weaving motorbikes and screaming street hawkers put you off. Behind the hustle and bustle you’ll find tranquility in the Temple of Literature, peace at One Pillar Pagoda, and more charming French patisseries then you could wish for.

Ho Chi Minh City
Former Saigon is now Vietnam’s international business hub. Get your gladrags on and head up to one of the many skybars, found on the top floor of the city’s sleek skyscrapers. Cocktail in hand, admire the best view of Ho Chi Minh City by night.

Tourist Attactions in Fiji

Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum , Imperial City Hue , West Lake , One Pillar Pagoda , Ho Chi Minh Museum , Marble Mountains , Po Nagar , National Museum of Vietnamese , Museum of Cham Sculpture .


Vietnamese and Chinese New Year- With a history that dates back thousands of years, the Tet festival was originally a celebration held by Vietnamese farmers to thank the gods for the arrival of spring, sometime between late January or early February. Although officially a three-day affair, festivities may continue for a week or more with every effort made to indulge in eating, drinking, and enjoyable social activities. It is also a time for family reunions, and for paying respect to ancestors and the elders. Gifts of food are made to friends, neighbors and relatives in the days before Tet.

Hai Ba Trung Day
On the 6th day of the 2nd lunar month the revolt of the Trung Sisters against the Chinese in 40 AD is celebrated.
Holiday of the Dead (Thanh Minh)
Homage is paid to deceased ancestors and relatives by making solemn visits to graves, with offerings of food, flowers, and incense. The graves are normally cleaned and tidied a few days prior.
Summer Solstice Day (Doan Ngu)
Celebrated on the fifth day of the fifth moon when offerings are made to the spirit world and to ward off pestilence and disease.

Day of All Wandering Souls (Trung Nguyen)
The spirits of the dead are believed to frequent the residence of their offspring on this day. Food is offered on house altars for the souls of the deceased, and fake paper money is burnt in their honour. There are also celebrations in Buddhist temples.