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Vietnam is one of the Southeast Asian countries and consists of 58 provinces and 5 cities. ​One of the charms of traveling to Vietnam is that, like Japan, the country has a long topography stretching from north to south, and each region has a completely different atmosphere due to its history and cultural background.

In addition, flights from Japan take approximately 5 to 6 hours, and in recent years, it has become a popular overseas travel destination among young people due to regular flights by low-cost airlines.

We would like to introduce Vietnam, which is full of charm, divided into three regions.



Northern Vietnam


Hanoi, located in the north, is the capital of Vietnam and the political center of Vietnam. The town is lined with central government facilities and embassies from various countries, giving it a unique atmosphere that shows the country's authority.

In addition, while you can enjoy historical sightseeing such as the mausoleum of Mr. Ho, known as a hero of Vietnam, and the ruins of the dynasty designated as a World Heritage Site, the area around the lake is filled with young people dancing and singing karaoke, reminiscent of the Showa era in Japan. You can enjoy the good old Vietnam that gives you a nostalgic feeling.

Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum in Hanoi

Central Vietnam

Da Nang

Danang, located in central Vietnam, is the third most developed city in Vietnam and is also known as a resort area with a beach near the center of town, and has recently become a tourist destination that has been attracting attention from foreign travelers. .

In addition, there are many popular tourist attractions around Da Nang, such as Hue, home of Vietnam's last dynasty, and the old town of Hoi An, which has deep connections to Japan, so you can go to various areas from Da Nang as your base. This may be one of the charms of traveling to Da Nang.

Da Nang Dragon Bridge

southern Vietnam

Ho Chi Minh City

​Ho Chi Minh City, located in the south, is Vietnam's most economically developed city, with skyscrapers lining the center of the town, and many famous Japanese companies, including European and American companies, operating here.

In addition, there are still buildings in this modern city that are reminiscent of those times, such as the colonial-style post office and opera house, which were built during the French rule in the 19th and 20th centuries. This is one of the attractions of this town.

Nguyen Hue street in Ho Chi Minh
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