Nostalgic Charm & Unforgettable Memories

With deep history, astonishing natural beauty, and nostalgic charm, unforgettable experiences surround you in Vietnam. Wander the streets for delectable local cuisine, soak up culture through informative museums, gaze at Halong Bay’s limestone islands, or spot spectacular cave formations cruising along the Mekong River.

Hanoi, the country’s heart and historic capital, retains much of its old-world style with tree-lined boulevards and stately buildings, dating back to French colonial times.  

Featured Attractions

The Heritage of Halong Bay

The wondrous Halong Bay is an ancient World Heritage Site famous for thousands of scenic limestone pillars and tiny islets in various shapes and sizes. To defend the country from invasion, legend has it that dragons dropped jewels from their mouths to form a barricade of islands. This is where the name Halong, “descending dragon”, derives from. Rent a kayak or cruise on a traditional junk boat to enjoy the Bay’s ethereal beauty and explore its surrounding attractions.

Wyndham Legend Halong Hotel offers easy access to these sights, as well as a magnificent view of the Bay.

Vietnam’s Culture & History

This complex country is rooted in layers of rich history and colorful culture. Learn about Vietnam’s founding father and the Vietnam War at the Ho Chi Minh Museum, or visit Ho Chi Minh’s mausoleum. Other notable attractions include the Confucian Temple of Literature, St. Joseph Cathedral, the Old Quarter, Hoan Kiem Lake, and Thang Long Water Puppet Theater. Wyndham Garden Hanoi and Dolce by Wyndham Hanoi Golden Lake are centrally located near many of these places.

Explore the historic Cu Chi Tunnels, just outside of Hanoi, for insight into the ingenuity of the Vietnamese people. This network of underground tunnels was built in the 1940s by communists trying to evade the French army.

Take a Mekong Delta Day Cruise

With a guided day cruise along the Mekong River, you’ll discover a way of life virtually unchanged for centuries. Stretching 3,000 miles and spanning six countries, a voyage between Vietnam and Cambodia showcases floating markets and fishing villages. The basin is a hub for nature, featuring a picturesque landscape full of ancient temples, lush greenery, and verdant rice plantations.

Journey Through the World's Largest Cave

Created millions of years ago by the river’s water eroding limestone under mountains, Son Doong Cave is truly a masterpiece of nature. This misty-clouded atmosphere includes waterfalls, thriving jungle life, enormous stalagmites, and statuesque stalactites. As the world’s largest cave, it can fit several 40-story skyscrapers within its walls. Only 1,000 visitors are allowed to explore the cave each year; they must be fit enough to manage 25 kilometers of jungle trekking, rappel 80 meters to enter, and endure 9 kilometers on a unique journey.

Discover Cam Ranh Bay

This deepwater bay in Khánh Hòa Province is considered one of the most notable in Southeast Asia. The bay has played a significant role in the military history of the country as France once used it as their naval base for their forces in Indochina. Today, Cam Ranh Bay is an emerging tourist destination with five-star resorts like Wyndham Grand KN Paradise Cam Ranh

Explore Vietnam

Discover Vietnam’s limestone islands in Halong Bay and the Mekong River’s enormous caves, plus other top attractions from the historic capital of Hanoi and beyond.