Vietnam is to present a thriving center of global trade, with a highly skilled workforce and a strong growing economy, great opportunities. However, if you visit this fascinating country on business, but back home, without spending a little time, as a tourist, then you will miss out on. Vietnam has a huge amount to offer, from the stunning scenery and good food, and, of course, a strong sense of recent history.
Traveling around Vietnam because the geography is a little complicated. The two main cities of Hanoi and Ho-Chi-Minh-city (Saigon) are in almost opposite ends of this long, thin country, which measures about 1000 km from North to South, while in periods of not more than 32 miles from East to west. The distance between the cities is best travelled by plane, under a little over two hours. Although a flight to miss means you will experience the densely forested high country of the interior of the country, Vietnamese trains are mostly overcrowded, slow and unreliable, and the journey can take up to a day and a half.
Vietnam’s capital Hanoi is located in the North of the country, nestled in a bend of the Red river Delta. How to see a city with a history of more than a thousand years, there is much to see and do. The old town with all the noise, the hustle and bustle and atmosphere that you would expect, of these, the most South-East Asian cities, where adventure can be funny eaters, you will enjoy some of the best street food in the world. The proud heritage of the city is expressed in countless ornate temples and ancient monuments, set next to the romantic 19th century architecture and ultra-modern commercial buildings.
A little further away, Ha Long Bay, only around 100 kilometers from Hanoi, is a destination well worth a visit, if you find the time. Recognized as a world heritage site, the coastal idyll, dramatic limestone pillars and islets rising from emerald seas, and is an oasis of peace and tranquility, although the number one of Vietnam’s tourist attraction.
Hanoi offers a variety of accommodation, from 5-star hotels such as the Hilton Hanoi Opera is the venerable Sofitel Metropole, say, Charlie Chaplin, Jane Fonda, and many more celebrated guests.
Ho-Chi-Minh-city, far to the South of the country on the Mekong Delta, is perhaps still known as Saigon to its eight million inhabitants. Visitors can enjoy the French colonial atmosphere of the older parts of the city, as well as the modern districts of the city, which has grown in recent years to rivals in the vicinity of neighbours such as Singapore and Bangkok as a power plant South-East Asia.
As well as the economic and trading centre of Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh city also has a rich and turbulent history, visitors are never far has. From the narrow Cu Chi tunnels war Remnants Museum, the city and the surrounding area are full of strong memories of the trauma, the country in the recent past, but also of the remarkable transformation in fortunes since then.
As the largest city in Vietnam, Saigon is blessed to stay with a wide choice of places to. Ma Maison is a little away from the city center, but A power, with its romantic, other-worldly French atmosphere, while the cinnamon Hotel in the district and offers modern amenities in the heart of the city.
Vietnam is a country rich in attractions for visitors to explore, so no matter how tight your schedule is, what the country has to offer, business-opportunities, an opportunity not to be missed.