ATTENTION! Due to the coronavirus COVID-19, Vietnam has closed its borders since March 18
We do not know when the quarantine will end. If you arrive to Vietnam before the quarantine ends, you will have a choice: either to go back without leaving the airport, or to stay in the barracks for the 14-day quarantine.
Those who are already in Vietnam can safely stay in the country. You can also extend your stay in Vietnam. We extend both the 15-day stamp and the visas. You can read about visas by clicking on the "more information" button.
Colorful traditional dances with acrobatic elements, performances of the master of kung fu, fashion show displaying ao dai, national Vietnamese dresses, exotic Vietnamese dishes and many other things wait for guests of folklore evening in Deja Vu restaurant in Mui Ne.
Vinpearl Resort Nha Trang is a water park with slides fun for the whole family. Vinpearl Resort Nha Trang includes a large aquarium, dolphinarium and attractions, a magnificent beach with white sand and much more.
Magnificent silk paintings are real works of art that can be seen and even purchased in Dalat. Weeks or even month of hard work are needed so that you could see the process and the result of work of Vietnamese silk masters.
Ho Chi Minh City is a major Asian city where you can have a great time. We have chosen the most interesting places for every taste that are worth visiting. Museums, markets, temples and amusement parks. Read more in our article.
There were times when water puppet theatre performances were staged on lakes for ordinary peasants. Today the special theaters have been built for this type of folk art. The performances are designed for children and adults. They're usually accompanied by folk instruments.
You can find pictures of rice terraces of Sa Pa in National Geographic magazines, on the walls of designer interiors, as well as in many collections of landscape photography on the Internet. They are really so gorgeous! Sa Pa is not just rice terraces. Hmong and Zao people with a traditional lifestyle, that has not changed for several centuries, live here. These tribes wear original folk costumes and play unique musical instruments. Currently, they also carry out performances for travelers with songs and dances and, of course, sell their handmade products - costumes and bags with embroidery for children and adults, souvenirs and utensils. In Sa Pa you can also find waterfalls. They're not as huge as Niagara or Victoria, but full-flowing, very cozy and hidden in green forests.
The Vietnamese come up with new entertainment to attract tourists. This time they designed a unique Golden Bridge, held by two giant stone hands. This attraction quickly became famous world-wide! The bridge is located in the Park of Ba Na Hills in Da Nang city in Central Vietnam.
Hoi An is a museum city, the ancient part of which is protected by UNESCO. The buildings of the shops and restaurants of the old town are preserved in the same form as they were seen by the merchants of past centuries, who arrived to this port city by sea. After dark, Hoi An becomes fabulous because of the hundreds of colorful lanterns that are lit everywhere.
If you are a fan of antiquities, like to wander among the ancient Imperial palaces, Hue is a city for you. Apart from the tours among the ancient mysterious buildings, boat trips on the Perfume River are waiting for you. Why is it called like this? Find out in our article.
The beauty and scale of the caves of Phong Nha-Ke Bang national Park are astonishing. UNESCO has listed this park as the World Heritage Site. In recent years, several new caves have been discovered here, including the Son Doong, the world's largest cave known at the moment. Tourists can go mountaineering in the Park, visit caves and waterfalls, go rafting on the river and explore the local flora and fauna.
The new skyscraper in Saigon is in the top of the tallest buildings of our planet, even surpassing the Petronas tower in Kuala Lumpur. Landmark 81 is 461 meters high. Its 79th floor offers an observation deck overlooking the city.
Da Nang is a city that is not too explored by the tourists. There are not many package tours here, and the city is perfect for beach holidays and travel. Marble caves and a 67-meter statue of the goddess Quan Am, the My Son ruins and beautiful bridges over the river is just an incomplete list of attractions in Da Nang that are worth visiting.
The Vietnamese like using traditional symbols even in the most modern buildings. A nice example is the Dragon Bridge in Da Nang. The dragon has long been considered the ancestor of the Viets and appears in many legends. The dragon-shaped bridge has become one of the city's main attractions thanks to an unusual design and pyrotechnic show created by Vietnamese engineers.
The only slot machine hall in Muine GMC has reopened its doors for those who want to try their luck. Slot machines, electronic roulette and baccarat, a free bar, various bonuses and draws are at your service.
This is really our favorite bar (for all of the Dima-Tour employees), it’s not advertising. This bar is always warm and sincere, and it offers the most delicious cocktails, hookahs and snacks, as well as a good company, treating all the polite people like good friends.