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Vietnam has a culture that is a blend of indigenous traditions and influences from various cultures, especially China and Southeast Asian cultures. Vietnamese food is also famous for its rich and fresh flavors. Some famous dishes include, Pho, Bun Cha, Goi Cuon.

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Vietnam is a country located on the Indochina Peninsula in Southeast Asia. With a rich history and diverse culture, the country offers a unique blend of ancient traditions and rapid modernization.

Vietnam has a very diverse landscape, ranging from verdant mountains in the north such as the Annam Mountains and Hoàng Liên Son Mountains, to fertile lowlands such as the Mekong Delta in the south. Ha Long Bay is a particularly famous attraction with its views of limestone islands rising above the blue sea.

As a place with a long history and significant political changes, Vietnam is full of historical sites such as the One Pillar Pagoda, the Temple of Literature, and former relics of the Vietnam War such as the Cu Chi Tunnels.

Vietnamese people are known for their hospitality towards tourists. You will feel welcomed with warmth and smiles when interacting with the locals.

Traditional dances such as the water dance "Mua Roi Nuoc" and traditional music "Nh?c?i l?ng" are an integral part of Vietnamese culture. The folding paper art "Tranh Dap" and traditional porcelain "Bat Trang" are examples of cherished handicrafts.

In addition to Ha Long Bay, Vietnam has beautiful beaches such as Da Nang Beach and Phu Quoc Island, which offer stunning ocean views and relaxing activities.

Overall, Vietnam is a destination that captivates with its natural charm, historical heritage and rich culture. The country presents an interesting contrast between tradition and modernity, making it an attractive destination for travelers looking to explore the wide range of experiences on offer.

Every year 7summits Travel always prepares Vietnam tour packages and invites tourists to visit the very popular capital city of Hanoi, besides that we will also visit other hits in Vietnam such as Halong Bay, Phu Quoc Island, Na Trang and others.

Temperatures in Vietnam can vary depending on the season and geographical location. Vietnam is located in Southeast Asia and has a tropical climate that is divided into several main seasons:

Rainy Season (May-October): During this season, the weather in most parts of Vietnam becomes humid with considerable rainfall. The average temperature ranges from 25°C - 35°C depending on the location and time of year.

Dry Season (November-April): The dry season in Vietnam is drier and hotter. Average temperatures range from 20°C - 35°C in most areas. During this season, Vietnam is divided into two main regions: North Vietnam and South Vietnam. North Vietnam tends to have lower temperatures compared to South Vietnam.

Dignign season (December-February): In North Vietnam, especially in mountainous areas like Sapa, temperatures can drop below 10°C and even approach freezing. In South Vietnam, temperatures remain warmer, but can still drop to around 20°C - 25°C.


  • Hotels: Various categories of hotels are available ranging from luxury 5-star hotels to smaller boutique hotels. You can choose a hotel that suits your budget and preferences.
  • Resorts: Vietnam has many resorts located on beautiful beaches and tropical islands. These resorts usually offer full facilities such as swimming pools, spas, and restaurants.
  • Villas: Some areas in Vietnam offer private villas with full facilities such as kitchens, private pools, and gardens. These villas are suitable for family vacations or larger groups.
  • Guesthouses: Guesthouses or simple inns are also widely available in Vietnam. This can be a more affordable option for backpackers or travelers looking for a more local experience.
  • Hostels: Hostels are a popular choice for backpackers and budget travelers. They usually offer shared beds (dormitories) with shared facilities such as kitchens and lounges.
  • Homestay: Homestays are lodgings where you stay with a local family. This is a good way to experience daily life and Vietnamese culture in more depth.
  • Rural Accommodation: If you want to experience Vietnamese rural life, you can look for traditional lodging in villages such as homestays in the Mekong Delta or in mountainous areas.
  • Apartments: In some major cities like Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, you can also find apartments for rent on a short-term basis.


Transportation in Vietnam covers a wide range of options, from public transportation to private vehicles. Here are some common types of transportation in Vietnam:


  • Motorcycle or Scooter,
  • Ojek
  • Taxi
  • Public buses
  • Train
  • Rental vehicle
  • Boats
  • Airplane

Vietnamese culture is rich and diverse, influenced by history, religion and traditions that have evolved over thousands of years.


Language and Writing, Vietnamese is (Ti?ng Vi?t). Writing uses Latin script which is adapted to the characteristics of the Vietnamese language.

Festivals and Events, Vietnam has many festivals and cultural events that celebrate various aspects such as the Lunar New Year (T?t nguyên ?án), the Dragon Festival (L?h?i R?ng) and the Mid-Autumn Festival (T?t Trung Thu).

Arts and Literature, Traditional arts such as fine arts, wood sculpture, stone sculpture and embroidery are also important in Vietnamese culture. Classical literature such as poetry and folklore is also an important part of Vietnam's intellectual culture.

Culinary, Vietnamese cuisine is famous for its fresh and balanced flavors. Ph? (meat noodle soup), Bánh mì (sandwiches), G?i cu?n (fresh spring rolls) and various seafood dishes are examples of popular dishes. 

Traditional Clothing, Áo dài is a famous Vietnamese traditional dress. It is a long dress usually worn by women on formal occasions.

Music and Dance, Traditional music such as Nh?c Ca Trù (folk music) and Nh?c ám ma (death ceremony music) have an important place in Vietnamese culture. Dances such as the nón lá dance (straw hat dance) are also part of the traditional dance culture.

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