Culture & Sightseeing in Vietnam

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We had a fabulous time with Sunlight Cruises. The thing that made ours special was the "boutique" nature of the boat - only 5 cabins so it was a small and intimate experience. Our guide Tam was a lovely guy - I really enjoyed getting to know him :)
Mike
Linh was an absolutely amazing tour guide! My family and I did the whole day Mekong Delta tour and her energy, social personality and positivity carried us through a very hot day. Packed with activities, delicious fruits/drinks and such an amazing lunch everyone was quite welcoming. I would recommend this tour to everyone who comes to Ho Chi Minh to give this wholesome and knowledgeable tour a go!!
Eric

Helpful Questions

What are some must-visit cultural sites in Vietnam?
Some must-visit cultural sites in Vietnam include the ancient town of Hoi An, the Imperial City of Hue, and the Cu Chi Tunnels in Ho Chi Minh City.
What traditional Vietnamese activities can tourists participate in?
Tourists can participate in activities such as cooking classes to learn how to make traditional dishes like pho and spring rolls, as well as attending water puppet shows which showcase a unique Vietnamese art form.
What are some popular festivals and events in Vietnam?
Some popular festivals and events in Vietnam include Tet Nguyen Dan (Lunar New Year), Mid-Autumn Festival, and Hue Festival which celebrates the cultural heritage of the former imperial city.
What are some iconic landmarks in Vietnam?
Iconic landmarks in Vietnam include Ha Long Bay, a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its emerald waters and towering limestone islands, and the Temple of Literature in Hanoi, which is Vietnam's first national university.
How can tourists experience the traditional culture of ethnic minority groups in Vietnam?
Tourists can experience the traditional culture of ethnic minority groups in Vietnam by visiting villages in Sapa and Mai Chau, where they can partake in homestays, trekking tours, and learn about the unique customs and traditions of these communities.
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