We had a wonderful trip to Mai Chaw, Sapa and Tam Coc. Our guides and drivers were very knowledgeable and friendly, we especially liked Mr. Qwang Do...thank you all, Visit Wonders team for organizing this wonderful trip ...
Chua Huong or Perfume Pagoda is an extremely important pilgrimage site for Buddhist followers in Vietnam, especially during its spring festivals.
When hundreds of thousands of pilgrims make their way to Huong Tich Cave and other temples nestled on the mountains. This is the longest lasting festival in Vietnam, which officially begins on January 15 of lunar calendar, yet draws an influx of visitors from mid-January until mid-March. The trails are quite challenging yet very rewarding experience for those wish to get some insights of Vietnamese spiritual life.
No trip to Vietnam is complete without visiting Halong Bay, the country’s greatest wonder. Even if you do not have much time, allow one day to savor its splendid natural settings.
Duong Lam village is a valuable heritage of Vietnamese ancient civilization. It makes a typical image of a traditional village in the Red River Delta.
You visit an ancient Vietnamese Duong Lam village which is the first village recognized as national heritage site in 2006. The special thing is that almost buildings are made of lateritic bricks such as village’s gate, wells, houses, temple and pagoda...Besides, it is known for the ancient houses dating back up to 400 years.
Situated 15km to the west of Hanoi, Van Phuc Silk Village is renowned over centuries for its high quality silk that was once used to tailor costume for royal families. In recent years, the village has seen the revival of its craft due to a surging demand for silk in both domestic and foreign markets. Silk is currently enjoying a fashion renaissance, particularly as its many varieties can be made into a wide range of designs suitable for all facets of modern life.
This tour brings you to “the silk road of Vietnam” in Van Phuc village and gives you a glimpse into Vietnamese Buddhism with visit to historic pagodas in Hanoi.
The outskirts of Hanoi has many interesting handicraft villages, a valuable heritage of Vietnamese traditional culture we invite you to discover.
This day tour to Bat Trang gives you some insights into Vietnamese ceramic art. You also earn a chance to test your skills and creativeness.