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Touring Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam When having a tour of Vietnam you could hardly determine what kind of holiday category you would put yourself in. Here there are places you can visit which offers you the conveniences of luxury hotels in rapidly growing cities like Ho Chi Minh. And here you can also find places which has a slower place and boasts of beautiful scenery like awe-inspiring mountains, dense forests, lush vegetation, powerful rivers, caves and stretches of white sand. A holiday in Vietnam is a combination of nature tripping and a luxurious resort holiday. It is difficult for first timers in Vietnam to know where to start with so many wonderful places to see in this country. Although you can find a lot of tours to different parts of the country, first timers in Vietnam should start by visiting its two greatest cities.
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The business and financial hub of Vietnam is Ho Chi Ming city. The growth of this city is very evident and it has become a popular tourist destination in South east Asia. Perhaps you have heard of the place called Saigon; that was the old name of Ho Chi Minh city. In Ho Chi Minh city, one finds the blend of the traditional and the modern and it is one fast growing city in Southeast Asia. A tour of this city would be the perfect starting point for an introduction to Vietnam.
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In Ho Chi Minh City you will find the War Museum, Reunification Palace, Thien Hau Pagoda, Notre Dame Cathedral and the Fito traditional medicine museum. Downtown Ho Chi Minh city you can go shopping at the Ben Thanh Market after which you can go uptown to the little bistros and restaurants to enjoy good food in the evening. There is also the popular Cu Chi tunnels which were constructed by the Vietnamese fighters which was a tunnel network they used during their fight for independence. The capital city and north of HO Chi Minh City is the city of Hanoi. In this destination you will know more about the culture, arts, and literature of Vietnam. This is the heart and soul of the country. It has a slower pace, tranquil ambiance, and gentler nature. It is possible to simply explore on foot or take a cyclo ride. The Ho Chi Minh mausoleum, his house on stilts, the One Pillar Pagoda, Tran Quoc Pagoda, the Van Mieu-Quoc Tu Giam (the Temple of Literature), and the Ngoc Son temple, are the places which you should not miss to go to in Hanoi.