Crosswise over a significant part of the world, harvest time is the most wonderful time of the year. We have caught each shade and composition of the season in Vietnam, just to impart here to you.
In northern Ha Giang province, flowers are in full blossom in mid-October. If you enjoy the sight of flowers sweeping across mountainsides and a refreshing breath of cool air, Ha Giang is the ideal destination.
Motorbikes are the mode chosen by many tourists travelling from Hanoi to Ha Giang, just so they can take in the striking abstract designs of the terraced fields of Sung La Valley and Dong Van Stone Plateau.
Trains, cars or motorbikes will all get you from Hanoi to Sapa town. Plan on spending two to three days enjoying your holiday.
In Sapa, a must see are the Ham Rong, O Quy Ho Pass, Muong Hoa Valley and Sapa markets.
Many tourists say flowers speak louder than words. Da Lat city speaks loudest in winter when flowers are deliciously fragrant and in full bloom.
Winter is commonly referred to as rainy season here. If you travel by motorbike, you will most certainly have chance to experience a cool and foggy morning in Da Lat city.
Apart from famous tourist spots including Thung lung Tinh Yeu (Valley of Love), Dinh Bao Dai (Bao Dai King’s Palace) and Truc Lam Temple, tourists will not help missing the night market.
Phu Quoc tourism season transpires from late September to March when the island enters sunny season.
Phu Quoc is loaded with hot spots slightly off the beaten path including Ham Ninh fishing village, Sao beach, Khem beach, Tranh River, Da Ban River, fish sauce factory and Phu Quoc prison.
The blue coral diving and night squid fishing add a spectacular flair to any holiday, creating many a fond memory for tourists.
October is the peak tourism season in Phu Quoc. Be sure to book a room in advance.