What Our Customers Say
Jan A.R. HOES, French, February 24,2012
Finally we have found some time to send you a short note to thank you for your assistance in setting up our holidays in Vietnam. We have very much enjoyed your beautiful country. The guides were all willing and capable in explaining things, in very good French, which made things so ugh easier for all of us.
We are glad we had the chance to change our beach time resort during our stay as it was clearly too cold in Hoi An.
We will certainly come back one day and will contact you to make certain we once again have a good time in Vietnam.
Thanks from all 4 and hope to talk to you in the future.
Jan A.R. HOES
Ng Kok Yauw, Australia, January 2010
Thank you for organizing such a well planned trip for us. The Tour Agent Mr Anh was very professional, very good and he is a valuable staff to your company. The driver remained very professional too throughout the trip.
We are all very happy with the holidays and thank you once again.
Ng Kok Yauw
Hue plans 43 tourism projects
The central province of Thua Thien – Hue has so far attracted 43 projects in tourism with total investment of more than 50 trillion VND.
Located in the center of Vietnam, Hue is famous for its severe weather with boiling hot days in the summer and ceaseless raining weeks in the winter. Hue people, therefore, have formed their own culture to overcome geographical and climatic difficulties. This culture, seen through food, characteristics, and other aspects in daily life, reflects the typical feature of Hue people.
Having been the capital city of Vietnam for approximately 150 years during feudal time (1802–1945), the royal lifestyle and customs have had a predominant impact on the characteristics of Hue people, even long after these monarchical periods are over.
The local authorities said that these projects helped upgrade tourism infrastructure and improve tourism services and products, contributing to developing tourism potential in the former imperial city of Hue, which was recognised by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) as a World Cultural Heritage Site in 1993.
The central coastal province expects to receive 2.5-3 million visitors by 2015, earning more than 3 trillion VND and contributing to 47-48 percent of its gross domestic product.
In addition to the various touristic attractions in Hué itself, the city also offers day-trips to the Demilitarized Zone lying approximately 70 km north, showing various war settings like The Rockpile, Khe Sanh Combat Base or the Vinh Moc Tunnels
- Project to fill up bay for a cruiser wharf
- Holding Hue festival in order to highlight National Tourism Year
- Plan to offer packages for Christmas, New Year
- Vinpearl best resort wins World Travel Awards
- Vietnam to Welcome 37,000 Cruise Ship Passangers
- Festival promotes tourism in Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia
- Water puppeteers participate in Asian arts festival
- Vietnam’s tourism hindered by unhealthy competition
- Victoria Bay (Victoria Harbour)
- Victoria Peak
- Ocean Park