A place for your family holidays in Vietnam, why not?

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Vietnam perfectly suits for a family holiday. Because of its geography and history, there is a great range of climatic and cultural variation in Vietnam. The adults can enjoy different atmosphere and relaxation after so many months of hard work, while children with natural curiosity and fast learning ability have a chance to explore the knowledge of culture and language. Let’s check some destinations in Vietnam to choose the best places for your Vietnam family holidays this year.

Da Nang

Da Nang– best destination for the family holidays in Vietnam
Da Nang– best destination for the family holidays in Vietnam

If you want a destination for relaxation, Da Nang is a perfect choice. Marking a halfway point between Hanoi capital and Ho Chi Minh city in the South, Da Nang is the fourth largest city in Vietnam with many brilliant beaches, delicious food, and unimpressive natural landscape. It’s not only favored by nature with many beautiful sights; but also considered as one of the most livable city in Vietnam because of its pureness and peace.

Da Nang has the diversity of nature, with the high and dangerous Hai Van pass with full of perilous obstacles; and Son Tra peninsula, which is surrounded by Da stream, Bai But, Bai Rang, Bai Nom – the beautiful alluvial plains. All of them make the attraction and the quietness of crepuscule in a picturesque land to all family’s members.

Moreover, Da Nang is also well – known place for authentic local cuisines. You and your family can sit together to enjoy Quang noodle or seafood along Han river with full of wind and ventilation.

Da Nang city by Han river – a poetic and beautiful sea city, which deserved to be one of the best destinations for family holidays in Vietnam.

Hoi An


Hoi An – the ancient town
Hoi An – the ancient town

Leave Da Nang, we move to an ancient town which is only far from the city by Han river about 30 minutes by car. Located on the banks of the poetic Thu Bon river, Hoi An is an eastern classic captivation. Small but beautiful, ancient but attractive, the town reflects a fusion of indigenous and foreign cultures (principally Chinese and Japanese with later European influences).

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You can learn more about many traditions of revolutionary, history and culture, and help your children to approach a special and different culture. Tell your children about the culture of this land, such as Thanh Ha pottery village, a traditional craft in Vietnam; especially in the time of significant trading in the South China Sea, noted (among other things) for ceramics and high – grade silk, under Lord Nguyen’s period. What is better education there than the education of understanding and discovery?

In the evening, all your family can walk around a few hours to see the beauty of the ancient town’s nightlife, after enjoying the famous food, Chicken rice, of this land. Surely kids will like lanterns which are floating on the small river in the old town so much. It is really a picturesque and sparkling scene.

With many attractions, Hoi An was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Sites, a worthy destination of exploring culture for your Indochina tours in Vietnam

Buon Me Thuot

Let’s come to a highland city with the combination of natural beauty and traditional ethnic culture, Buon Me Thuot.

If you and your spouse heard about the reputation of Vietnamese coffee and want to know more about it, nowhere else better than Buon Me Thuot. Well-known as a coffee metropolis of Vietnam, the charming city Buon Me Thuot gives you an opportunity to discover a history of Vietnamese coffee. You will know the progress of making coffee from a brew seed to a coffee bean and hear about the myth of “Chon” coffee in Vietnam. Enjoy a warm coffee, view scenery as well as listen the sound of horse hooves click clock click clock on the road is also an interesting experience.

Your children must have enjoyed the elephant ride through the primitive forest. All your family can hear the immortal epics of Ede ethnic minority people, enjoy delicious dishes, such as “com lam” – bamboo cooked rice. And then spending the nights in the house – on – stilt in Don village will help you understand more about the lifestyle of local ethnic people.

Sure that making a family holiday to Buon Me Thuot in Vietnam will bring you interesting experience and feeling.



Sapa – cultural and romantic experience for family
Sapa – cultural and romantic experience for a family

If you and your family want to get the best deals to Vietnam in the winter, from November to February, Sapa will be a good choice. Being a town in a beautiful, mountainous region of northern Vietnam on the border with China, Spa is known as for its beautiful and rugged scenery, and its cultural diversity. Especially, the peace and romance in a cool and foggy atmosphere of Sapa also make this site become an ideal destination for honeymoon couples.

Come to Sapa, tourists will have a chance to see a whole township to be filled with the pink color of peach blossom and orchids in Tet holiday. Sapa is home to the variety of families of flowers of captivating colors in all the country. They also catch the images of terraced rice fields, ethnic people with many scarce and precious specialties of Sapa, such as forest’s product, handicrafts, delicacies. Visitors to Sapa really an opportunities to discover the unique customs of the local residents. Your children will be curious about different specialties and customs. Tell them anything you know about this beautiful land.

One of unique customs of ethnic people here is Sapa market. It located right at the heart of Sapa town, built by the French in the early 20th century. The market consists of both indoors and outdoors space. There are many stalls full of mountain fruits like peach, pear, and plum. On the second floors is the number of embroidered skirts, handbags, pillow shams and table covers made by the indigenous; which is suitable to the tourists like to discover the culture of ethnic people. The best time to visit Sapa market is in the morning, only open on Sunday.


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