|PORT OF CALL: NHA TRANG
Nha Trang is one of the most important tourist hubs of Viet Nam, thanks to its beautiful beaches with fine and clean sand and the clear ocean water with mild temperatures all year round. Nha Trang has a tropical savanna climate with a lengthy dry season from January to August and a shorter wet season from September to December. The city is located on the beautiful Nha Trang bay, which was chosen by Travel and Leisure in two succeeding years as one of 29 most beautiful bays in the world.
| PORT OF CALL: PHU MY OR SAIGON
Ho Chi Minh City - still known to locals as Saigon - is Vietnam’s largest city and its economic powerhouse. The population is thought to be around 8 million though it’s hard to imagine how a census can be taken amidst the chaos of the place. Saigon may have been known as the Paris of the East in the 50s and 60s, but these days, it’s a bustling architectural shambles. Juggling past and present is the sport that makes Saigon such a uniquely compelling place. The War Remnants Museum, the former Presidential Palace the Post Office, the Norte Dame, and the Ben Thanh Market are compulsory stops on any itinerary.
| PORT OF CALL: CHAN MAY - HUE
Hue is one of places, which has many cultural heritages. Up to now, there is no places like Hue remaining a lot of originally historical vestiges as in this ancient Capital City. Hue is also an important center of Buddhism. In Hue and its surrounding still exist tens of pagodas constructed more 300 years ago, and a hundred of temples and pagodas built in the early century. Besides, Hue is a place where the royal music is originated, and a place with traditional famous dishes and sophisticated handicraft. As a unique city of Vietnam still remains its form of City under Middle Age and the constructions of monarchic, Hue has become a big and an invaluable museum. Therefore, vestiges in Hue ancient capital have been classified by the government as a very precious property and on December 1993 Hue has been recognized as a World Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO.