100 Egg Mud Baths in Nha Trang

The 100 Egg Mud Baths in Nha Trang is a unique place located up in the hills that allows guests to bask in egg­-shaped pods filled with mud. Soaking in mineral mud like this has long been known to help relax and soothe the skin, and according to research, mud treatments can also be used to alleviate the symptoms of conditions...

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How to spend 3 days in Nha Trang

Day 1: Explore Nha Trang Nha Trang may be a lively resort town known for its beaches, but it also has plenty of history to discover. Start at the top with the 8th-century Po Nagar Cham Towers on Mount Cu Lao, a temple named after a Hindu Champa princess and still used today for worship. Continue on to the 19th-century Long Son...

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Halong Bay Cruises from Hanoi

Thanks to its dramatic cliffs, glittering turquoise waters, and more than 1,600 limestone islands and islets, beautiful Halong Bay is one of the most popular sites to visit in northern Vietnam and is best seen on a cruise. Here are your options for Halong Bay cruises from Hanoi. Day Cruises With limited time, it’s possible to...

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How to Spend 3 Days in Hue

Situated near the border of former North and South Vietnam, Hue has held an indisputable place in the nation’s most recent history. Here, travelers can spend their days learning as much about communist wars as reveling in the city’s ancient history or getting up-close with nature. Day 1: Get Lost in Ancient History Rent a...

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Visiting the Imperial Tombs of Hue

With a number of royal tombs set in and around the city, Hue knows how to honor its leaders. With that, the once-capital of Nguyen Lords is a place of historical, artistic, and political significance. Here are some of the Imperial Tombs to visit. Tomb of Minh Mang This tomb may be furthest from Hue (and the priciest to enter),...

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