Are you looking for cruises to Vietnam? Travelling with StarCruises, you will be able to enjoy the natural beauty in Halong Bay, you will find there are a lot of things to do in Vietnam, such as experiencing the beautiful sense of Halong Bay and visiting the provincial capital of Central Vietnam, Danang.
Halong BayHalong Bay is also known as "Gui Lin on Sea".
Listen to the tale of King Dragon and Goddess from the boat people; experience the daily lives of the tranquil shing villages and see the junks moving to-and-from the emerald waters. What a captivating panoramic view that you will deeply perceive in Halong Bay, the internationally reputed UNESCO's World Heritage Site of Vietnam.
It is famed for its crystal blue waters and vast white sands stretching up to the nearby, ancient port of Hoi An, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Danang itself is a quaint city of tree-lined boulevards and French colonial architecture, where a visit to Danang Cathedral and the Museum of Cham Sculpture embraces visitors in this unique melting pot of cultures.
Asia's most graceful and exotic capital city exudes a timeless charm of grand boulevards, ancient pagodas and even a magni‑cent opera house revealing periods of French and Chinese occupation over a thousand years. The Old Quarter thrives with trendy bistros in narrow lanes named after traditional products sold there – whether silk and embroidery or candlesticks and ags. Ho Chi Minh's Mausoleum reveres the former leader in a glass sarcophagus. The 11th century Temple of Literature is dedicated to Confucius and Hoan Kiem Lake ('Lake of the Restored Sword') is a symbol of old Hanoi.
A major Vietnamese tourism centre, Ho Chi Minh City draws visitors from around the world
Despite the conflicts of its recent past, Ho Chi Minh City retains many remarkable buildings displaying traits of Vietnamese, Chinese and European cultures. Having stood for more than three centuries, Ho Chi Minh City is distinguished by innumerable sights and attractions.
Visit this fascinating seaside town that is steeped in history, as well as one of the most spectacular and nest beaches in Vietnam. Its roots stem, from its importance during the Kingdom of Champa, and Cham culture is still prevalent today, within the numerous temples and pagodas. Nga Trang's vibrant local economy is based mainly on-shing, tourism, forestry products and its comprehensive infrastructure.