Enjoy the egg coffee
Vietnam is pretty famous for its coffee and you will find coffee shops on every corner of every street. What you might not have known is that there are also a lot of specialty coffees, such as this deliciously frothy egg white coffee which you can purchase in certain cafes in Hanoi. A real treat after a long day sightseeing! Head to the Giang cafe (39 Nguyen Huu Huan) and Dinh Café (13 Đinh Tiên Hoàng) if you want to try in while in Hanoi.
Egg coffee by Mr. Nguyen Giang was from the late 1940s when condensed milk was not as abundant as today. Egg coffee is a mix of the egg yolks, sugar, condensed milk, and Vietnamese coffee. The drink is made by beating egg yolks with sugar and coffee, then extracting the coffee into the half of the cup, followed by a similar amount of egg cream, which is prepared by heating and beating the yolks. The cup is served inside a bowl of hot water to retain its temperature. The marriage of the egg’s rich taste and aromatic coffee wafting through the air makes up a specific flavor. Let's wander and enjoy Hanoi in another taste.
Take a luxury train from Hanoi to Sapa
Take the deluxe Victoria train for part of your journey to Sapa (north of Hanoi), have an adventure by day and comfort by night at Victoria Sapa Resort and Spa. Trek in Sapa through the dramatic hill-tribe country. During the journey, you can discover the beauty of O Quy Ho - the most famous pass of North Vietnam
Discover Halong Bay free and easy
Spend a couple of lazy days on a private chartered boat around spectacular Halong Bay, cruise on your own itinerary, do whatever you want, kayaking, boating, caving, sunbathing and at the end of the day, enjoy sunset over a glass of wine in one of Asia’s top five best tropical island paradises as voted by CNN.
Discover Hanoi & Saigon's Nightlife
Spend a couple of night in Hanoi, to experience the contrast of two cities, Hanoi and Saigon. Take a vintage to do a city tour. Hunt for paintings of famous artists, and have afternoon tea in the terrace bar in Sofitel Metropole Hanoi Hotel. Cyclo ride and dine in style in many French villas converted to the gourmet restaurant. Take a day trip to magnificent attractions in surrounding Hanoi.
Take a trip through the Mekong Delta south of Ho Chi Minh City.
Vietnam’s rice basket, the Mekong Delta is a watery landscape of green fields and sleepy villages, everywhere crisscrossed by the brown canals and rivulets fed by the mighty Mekong River. The uniquely southern charm, with its welcoming introduction to life along the river, is the real draw, and visitors can explore quaint riverside towns, sample fruits bartered for at the colorful floating markets or dine on home-cooked delicacies before overnight stays as a house guest. Other highlights include visits to local orchards, flower markets, and fish farms. There are also bird sanctuaries and impressive Khmer pagodas in the region.
Vietnam is not only famous for golden rice terrace, incredible karst cave, but also for a long stretch of beach in the east. It will be a huge mistake when traveling to Vietnam without spending a couple of days relaxing in the tropical beach such as Mui Ne Beach, Phu Quoc or Con Dao Island and enjoy the delicious fresh seafood with unexpectedly reasonable prices here.
Trekking to the colorful local village in Sapa
Tucked high in Vietnam's remote northern mountains, close to the Chinese border, the former French military outpost of Sapa offers some of Vietnam's most colorful experiences. The region is home to several ethnic minority groups, all wearing their traditional and colorful attire. To discover the local community, go trekking to some of the most famous villages including Cat Cat Village, Ta Van village, Ta Phin villages
Journey through Hue to Hoi An Ancient Town
See great places like on the heritage road from Hue to Hoi An, and then relax at one of the most luxurious beaches in the world in Danang. Located along the banks of the Huong River, Hue, the regional economic, cultural, touristic, scientific, specialized health, education, and training hub of central Viet Nam is an attractive destination. Hue is famous for its temples, bastions, mausoleums, architecture, and natural landscapes mostly covered by a layer of green moss, which creates a relaxing sensation. Situated on the northern bank of the Huong River, Hue Citadel was built on a surface area of more than 500 ha, including the Hoang Thanh and Tu Cam Thanh Citadel. It was the administrative center of the Nguyen dynasty and served as the living quarters of the Emperor and the Royal Family. The Citadel belongs to the old Imperial Capital of Hue, recognized the by UNESCO as a World Cultural Heritage site in 1993.