A three-day and two-night tour enables the travelers to discover idyllic scenery of North Vietnam. Explore Mai Chau, Pu Luong and Ninh Binh, where white Thai people reside with a…Explore
Geographic location: Vietnam’s territory covers the eastern coast of the Indochina Peninsula. The combined length of the
country’s land boundaries is 4,550 km, bordering China to the north, Cambodia and Laos to the west, and the East Sea to the
Geography and terrain: Vietnam includes three regions: the highlands and the Red River Delta in the North; coastal lowlands
and the highlands of the Annamese Mountains in Central Vietnam; and the Mekong Delta in the South. Vietnam has 30
national parks, the largest of which is the 1,200 km2 Yok Don National Park in Dak Lak Province.
Highest point: 3,143 meters, at the peak of Mount Fansipan in the Hoang Lien Son Mountain Range
Largest cave: Hang Son Doong cave in Quang Binh Province which is also the world’s largest cave.
Religion: 81% of Vietnam’s population does not practice any religion, with the rest practicing various forms of Buddhism, Christianity and Caodaism. However, most Vietnamese practice ancestor worship and visit places of worship including pagodas,
temples, and churches on certain occasions during the year.