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Travel tips for Vietnam vacation! Vietnam ruled by French colonial and became independent on 2 September 1945. Located at costal in Southeast Asian country on the China Sea. Besides that is known for its beaches, vibrant color schemes of a city, tours of their tropical gardens, long rivers, bustling cities, and Buddhist pagodas. Therefore, the …

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6D5N Discover Hanoi & Sapa (MUSLIM PACKAGES)

4D3N VIETNAM HANOI MUSLIM TOUR + HALONG BAY ON WOODEN JUNK

Vietnam – famous for picturesque beach scenery with greenery nature and ancient Buddhist pagodas. Vietnam is exotic and exciting. It is full of attractions such as War Remnants Museum, huge marble mausoleum, Cu Chi tunnels, Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, Surprise Cave and Buddhist Tran Quoc Pagoda.

6D5N Discover Hanoi & Sapa (MUSLIM PACKAGES)

4D3N VIETNAM HANOI HALONG SHOPPING TOUR MUSLIM IMPRESSION

Hanoi is a city of stunning visual and audio contrast. The rickety sounds of cyclos (pedicabs) fight for airwaves amidst the blasting horns of motorbikes, and the Nike swoosh wallpapers the French-styled building facades in the Old Quarter. The Hoan Kiem district, Hanoi’s commercial nucleus, ripples out from the lake of the same name. The lake’s name means Lake of the Restored Sword, according to a legend dating back to the mid-15th century.

The tangled streets of the Old Quarter, which spread from Hoan Kiem’s fringes, is like Hanoi’s intestines. Originally a snake- and alligator-infested swamp, the Old Quarter, or 36 Pho Phuong (36 Streets), is now transformed to an outdoor shopping mall and stomping ground for backpackers. Just south of West Lake, the Ba Dinh district is the old French administrative center where several new flashy hotels are located, eagerly anticipating the growth of a much talked-about business center. Aside from the complex devoted to Ho Chi Minh, the One Pillar Pagoda, the Botanical Gardens and the Temple of Literature are tourist attractions here.

The city is fairly spread out and cyclos or motorbike taxis will get you from one area to another. Once you have picked a spot, wandering on your feet affords the best view of Hanoi’s chaotic street life. HALONG BAY A visit to North Vietnam is not complete till you visit Halong Bay. Designated as one of the UNESCO World Heritage sites, it is in most people travel list as “one of the places to see before you die”. Halong translates as “where the dragon descends into the sea”. Set in the emerald waters of the Gulf of Tonkin, the stand out feature is a series of tiny islands with mountainous terrain. The scenery is storybook stuff and as an added interest, there are numerous illuminated caves you can explore as well.

5D4N VIETNAM HANOI HALONG HO CHI MINH CU CHI TOUR PACKAGE

Vietnam – famous for picturesque beach scenery with greenery nature and ancient Buddhist pagodas. Vietnam is exotic and exciting. It is full of attractions such as War Remnants Museum, huge marble mausoleum, Cu Chi tunnels, Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, Surprise Cave and Buddhist Tran Quoc Pagoda.

 

6D5N Discover Hanoi & Sapa (MUSLIM PACKAGES)

5D4N VIETNAM MUSLIM TOUR HALONG BAY

Hanoi is a city of stunning visual and audio contrast. The rickety sounds of cyclos (pedicabs) fight for airwaves amidst the blasting horns of motorbikes, and the Nike swoosh wallpapers the French-styled building facades in the Old Quarter. The Hoan Kiem district, Hanoi’s commercial nucleus, ripples out from the lake of the same name. The lake’s name means Lake of the Restored Sword, according to a legend dating back to the mid-15th century.

The tangled streets of the Old Quarter, which spread from Hoan Kiem’s fringes, is like Hanoi’s intestines. Originally a snake- and alligator-infested swamp, the Old Quarter, or 36 Pho Phuong (36 Streets), is now transformed to an outdoor shopping mall and stomping ground for backpackers. Just south of West Lake, the Ba Dinh district is the old French administrative center where several new flashy hotels are located, eagerly anticipating the growth of a much talked-about business center. Aside from the complex devoted to Ho Chi Minh, the One Pillar Pagoda, the Botanical Gardens and the Temple of Literature are tourist attractions here.

The city is fairly spread out and cyclos or motorbike taxis will get you from one area to another. Once you have picked a spot, wandering on your feet affords the best view of Hanoi’s chaotic street life. HALONG BAY A visit to North Vietnam is not complete till you visit Halong Bay. Designated as one of the UNESCO World Heritage sites, it is in most people travel list as “one of the places to see before you die”. Halong translates as “where the dragon descends into the sea”. Set in the emerald waters of the Gulf of Tonkin, the stand out feature is a series of tiny islands with mountainous terrain. The scenery is storybook stuff and as an added interest, there are numerous illuminated caves you can explore as well.

6D5N Discover Hanoi & Sapa (MUSLIM PACKAGES)

5D4N TREASURES OF NORTH VIETNAM HANOI MUSLIM TOUR PACKAGE

Hanoi is a city of stunning visual and audio contrast. The rickety sounds of cyclos (pedicabs) fight for airwaves amidst the blasting horns of motorbikes, and the Nike swoosh wallpapers the French-styled building facades in the Old Quarter. The Hoan Kiem district, Hanoi’s commercial nucleus, ripples out from the lake of the same name. The lake’s name means Lake of the Restored Sword, according to a legend dating back to the mid-15th century.

The tangled streets of the Old Quarter, which spread from Hoan Kiem’s fringes, is like Hanoi’s intestines. Originally a snake- and alligator-infested swamp, the Old Quarter, or 36 Pho Phuong (36 Streets), is now transformed to an outdoor shopping mall and stomping ground for backpackers. Just south of West Lake, the Ba Dinh district is the old French administrative center where several new flashy hotels are located, eagerly anticipating the growth of a much talked-about business center. Aside from the complex devoted to Ho Chi Minh, the One Pillar Pagoda, the Botanical Gardens and the Temple of Literature are tourist attractions here.

The city is fairly spread out and cyclos or motorbike taxis will get you from one area to another. Once you have picked a spot, wandering on your feet affords the best view of Hanoi’s chaotic street life. HALONG BAY A visit to North Vietnam is not complete till you visit Halong Bay. Designated as one of the UNESCO World Heritage sites, it is in most people travel list as “one of the places to see before you die”. Halong translates as “where the dragon descends into the sea”. Set in the emerald waters of the Gulf of Tonkin, the stand out feature is a series of tiny islands with mountainous terrain. The scenery is storybook stuff and as an added interest, there are numerous illuminated caves you can explore as well.

3D2N Vietnam Saigon Mekong Muslim Tour

Vietnam – famous for picturesque beach scenery with greenery nature and ancient Buddhist pagodas. Vietnam is exotic and exciting. It is full of attractions such as War Remnants Museum, huge marble mausoleum, Cu Chi tunnels, Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, Surprise Cave and Buddhist Tran Quoc Pagoda.

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Vietnam Halong Bay Muslim Tour

Vietnam – famous for picturesque beach scenery with greenery nature and ancient Buddhist pagodas. Vietnam is exotic and exciting. It is full of attractions such as War Remnants Museum, huge marble mausoleum, Cu Chi tunnels, Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, Surprise Cave and Buddhist Tran Quoc Pagoda.

6D5N Discover Hanoi & Sapa (MUSLIM PACKAGES)

Vietnam Muslim Impression Ground Tour

Vietnam – famous for picturesque beach scenery with greenery nature and ancient Buddhist pagodas. Vietnam is exotic and exciting. It is full of attractions such as War Remnants Museum, huge marble mausoleum, Cu Chi tunnels, Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, Surprise Cave and Buddhist Tran Quoc Pagoda.

Vietnam Halong Bay Muslim Package

Hanoi is a city of stunning visual and audio contrast. The rickety sounds of cyclos (pedicabs) fight for airwaves amidst the blasting horns of motorbikes, and the Nike swoosh wallpapers the French-styled building facades in the Old Quarter. The Hoan Kiem district, Hanoi’s commercial nucleus, ripples out from the lake of the same name. The lake’s name means Lake of the Restored Sword, according to a legend dating back to the mid-15th century.

The tangled streets of the Old Quarter, which spread from Hoan Kiem’s fringes, is like Hanoi’s intestines. Originally a snake- and alligator-infested swamp, the Old Quarter, or 36 Pho Phuong (36 Streets), is now transformed to an outdoor shopping mall and stomping ground for backpackers. Just south of West Lake, the Ba Dinh district is the old French administrative center where several new flashy hotels are located, eagerly anticipating the growth of a much talked-about business center. Aside from the complex devoted to Ho Chi Minh, the One Pillar Pagoda, the Botanical Gardens and the Temple of Literature are tourist attractions here.

The city is fairly spread out and cyclos or motorbike taxis will get you from one area to another. Once you have picked a spot, wandering on your feet affords the best view of Hanoi’s chaotic street life. HALONG BAY A visit to North Vietnam is not complete till you visit Halong Bay. Designated as one of the UNESCO World Heritage sites, it is in most people travel list as “one of the places to see before you die”. Halong translates as “where the dragon descends into the sea”. Set in the emerald waters of the Gulf of Tonkin, the stand out feature is a series of tiny islands with mountainous terrain. The scenery is storybook stuff and as an added interest, there are numerous illuminated caves you can explore as well.