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Ho Chi Minh City is a bustling city which offers a lot of activites for tourists. Coming there, if you want to find a place to relax, look no futher than Saigon Opera House with numerous interesting shows.

Thanks to the beautiful unspoiled natural scenery along with wonderful beaches, Monkey Island Cat Ba has become a highlight of Cat Ba travel. It is also the first stop of the tourist route on Lan Ha Bay alluring both domestic and international tourists.

The stork islandis one of the most famous destinations in Hai Duong Province. With an area of more than 3,000m2, the stork island is home to 15,000 storks and more than 5,000 herons of various kinds and such rare and precious birds as pelicans and teals residing together.

In September, it is cold enough for you to showcase your scarves, warm clothes and gloves when touring around natural masterpieces in the Northwest of Vietnam in its most fascinating season. At this time of the year, it is very cool and airy for a long journey.

´╗┐Thong Nhat park is one of the most popular parks in Hanoi. It's an ideal place to escape from the bustle of the capital and relax at the weekend.

Dalat is home to many beautiful attractions that you should visit once. Recently, organic farms are the most attractive destinations for tourists coming to Dalat.

´╗┐Once you travel to Tien Giang, don't miss Dong Tam Snake farm - the largest snake-raising center in Vietnam. With many kinds of snakes and other animals, this farm worths a visit.

Lai Chau is a nothern province of Vietnam. This destination is famous for Ban flowers and many intersting festivals. This is an ideal place to spend your holiday here.

Cam Ly Falls is absolutely majestic with views of the surrounding hills endlessly stretching creating one of the great scenic sights in Dalat travel. Lovely scenery and romantic nature will certainly be unique impressions of the wonderful waterfall.

Trong Mai Islet (Fighting Cock Rocks) is situated on the southwest side of Halong Bay, 5 km from the tourist wharf near Dinh Huong Islet. In a somewhat large expanse of open sea, the island seems to grow up from the bottom of the deep emerald waters