Rising from the ashes of war after war with stubborn optimism, right now, Vietnam is at the centre of tourism. Endless fields of lush green paddy, long stretches of powdery beach, thick forests and soaring mountains, basket boats and conical hats, water buffaloes and motorcycles, palaces and pagodas, Vietnam is as exotic as it gets. To get under Vietnamese skin, read Bao Ninh's 'The Sorrow of War', Watch Barry Levinson's 'Good morning Vietnam!', and listen to contemporary pop by Khanh Ly.
Best time to visit: All year round. December to April is dry in the south, while May to October is dry around the central coast. Frost and occasional snow hit the mountains in the north, while temperatures can soar to 40°C in the south during the dry season. Winter monsoons between October and March, bring damp and chilly winters to the north while in April or May to October, the summer monsoon brings hot, humid weather everywhere except the mountains. July to November bring violent typhoons in central and northern Vietnam.
Perfectly copied, tailor-made outfits, pearls, antiques, tribal crafts, Vietnamese art, silk and Weasel coffee.
The best and easiest way to see the highlights is on an escorted tour, where all your travel, accommodation and sightseeing arrangements are well taken care of. A knowledgeable local guide brings history and culture to life as you travel in the comfort of your deluxe coach.
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