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From the misty mountains of the north to the lush rice fields of the Mekong Delta, Vietnam is a beguiling destination which rarely fails to charm.
Timeless images of Indochina abound – conical-hatted farmers toil in bright green rice fields; junks drift through the mist on Halong Bay; cyclo drivers ride through the narrow streets of Hanoi’s Old Quarter. But there is a new Vietnam emerging, in the upscale hotels, shopping arcades and fine dining restaurants of vibrant Ho Chi Minh City, and in the luxury designer beach resorts of Hoi An and Mui Ne.
Our Vietnam is an exploration of the country’s arts, its culture and its communities. We share tea and conversation with experts in the gastronomic and visual arts, hop on a bicycle and explore ancient villages or share our good fortune by donating a simple rowing boat to assist a local family to get ahead. We immerse our guests in the experiences of this dynamic and fascinating destination.
A country of contrasts where pleasant surprises await at almost every turn. But in Vietnam, one thing remains constant – the warmth, inquisitiveness and positivity of its people, which remain the abiding memory of those who spend time in this alluring country.
Hanoi is known as the culture center of the country. Little wonder then that there are more than 250 art galleries in this small city and almost every street has an art cafe. Venture out of town to visit the studio–home of a well–known Vietnamese painter, sculptor and art...
Meet with a local foodie for a visit to a local market in Hoi An to enjoy the tantalizing sights, smells and flavors of local produce. Then walk through zigzagging alleys to savor real street food as the local people do. Gather at a local restaurant and meet with the culinary expert,...
Originated in the 10th century, water puppetry is a unique folk art that cannot be found anywhere in the world but Vietnam. Although water puppetry has gone on for over 300 years in Dao Thuc village, it really made a comeback several years ago by one particular artisan. At the village,...