The year in Vietnam swings along to the rhythm of more than 7,000 annual festivals and religious holidays. They range from quite solemn to those that are all about colour and fun. Many of them are specific to the folklore of one region, but there are a few large festivals celebrated all over the country.
With its new international airport officially becoming operational Sunday, the southern island of Phu Quoc is now able to connect with domestic and regional destinations, opening the door wide for tourism and eco-social development.
HO CHI MINH CITY, or Saigon, as most locals still call it, is a relative newcomer. With only three centuries of history, compared with Hanoi’s thousand years, the city has a youthful spirit and is quick to embrace change.
This Hanoi golf course lies within a beautiful valley surrounded by rolling forest hills and nestled beside a large lake. Playing conditions at Chi Linh Star Golf Course in Vietnam are well kept year round.