Andy, Jeanne, & Staci from California USA

Dear Mrs. Manh, Thank you so much for your email.  It was nice to hear from you and we appreciated the follow up from you.  We did have a wonderful time while we were in your country, and appreciated all you and your guides did for us.  Everything went very smoothly, thanks to all  of the guides handling things so efficiently at the airports when we were checking in, and all the hotels when we were checking in and out.  They all […]

Aroon, Bangkok Thailand

Thanks so much Mrs Mahn. After tour ended i found my dream came true. At the first time be honest to say that i felt so worry about your company reality, asking you so much, search you on trip advisor reviews…. manything i did… but i was wrong right? I war over worry until i met you :). sorry for that. You may kow it was the first time we met.  your services were so great, tour guide and driver took good care of […]

Laura & David Elgavisch, New York USA

We enjoyed the tour so much, however most importantly we enjoyed spending time with our guide Bao and getting to know more about Vietnamese culture.  He was an exellent tour guide, he had a great sense of humor and we laughed a lot with him every time. He was kind important fun and easy going. We really enjoyed our time and tour here. Every thing is good and exactly as described. Nice job! Thank you so much!!!

José Luis & Maria, Mexico

Hello Hung and Bui, We really  want to thank you for taking good care of my family. We highly appreciate your professional services……. It made Asia experience much more enjoyable. There are so many thing to do when you take a trip so far away from home and it was so valuable to have Indochina Wonders Tours to take care of so many for us so that we could focus on enjoying our time in each place. If you need any […]

Mike, UK

Dear Bui, This is to thank you and Indochina Wonders Tours for organising a truly memorable trip to Vietnam and then to Laos and Thailand for us. In Vienam your expertise and professionalism was very apparent and much appreciated…….We liked all the sightseeing in our itinerary and all the accomodation you booked for us, and had no problems with language or friendly help in each one. All the hotels were very well located and we could walk just about everywhere […]

William Henry & Wife, Australia

Hi Manh, how are you? We are just sitting in the Tan Son Nhat airport about to head home. My wife and I just want to send you a brief email to thank you for organising our absolutely fantastic holiday in Vietnam and Cambodia. We have had the best time, the Vietnamese food, trip, car…. and all accommodation have all been great. What has been outstanding has been the attention to detail by you, our toue arrangements pass without a […]

Rebecca from South Carolina

Indochina Wonders Tours’s service was prompt, professional, and informative. All my emails were responded on a timely basis and all questions answered before each guided tour began.The people, history, guides, drivers, hotels, staff, in Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos all were professional and courteous. I will absolutely use for future services. Most definitely will tell my friends and family about it. Thanks for all.

Giovanni, Italy

The service of Indochina Wonders Tours was great, the guide was wonderful and very helpful and was very knowledgeable. We would recommend  website and use it again when we need.

Hillary, USA

Amazing service! Our trip was a customized trip with itinerary determined by our family. made suggestions that we felt it wise to obey – such as a visit to Sapa and better logistics at other points. They offered multiple options in our price range (Standard, Superior or Deluxe hotel) and good solutions so that we could see everything we wanted to. We could not have done the more difficult jaunts without’ services, such as arrange so many chauffeurs […]

Traci, USA

The accommodation was first class as were the tours and the tour guides. This is the second trip that has been organized by Each trip has been a complete success and we would recommend you to our friends. We have visited Vietnam (twice), Cambodia and Myanmar.  All trips have been a great success. Thank you again.

Nike, UK

The service is both efficient and courteous. I recommend to all my friends. The hotel was very strategically placed in Hanoi and everything was within walking distance. The Tour was also very good.

Wendy, Canada

There were many memorable moments. I travelled on my own and met many interesting people from around the world. I enjoyed travelling with Vietnam Holiday Tour. The tour guide, Hung was outstanding – informative, organized, patient and had a sense of humour. Thank you!

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Quang Dong Assembly hall

Founded in 1885 by Cantonese people, Quang Dong Assembly hall was firstly used to worship Thien Hau Thanh Mau and Khong Tu, and later in 1911 was used to worship Quan Cong and their ancestors. The harmonious combination of wood and stone material and beautiful decorations bring the house the unique and sacred design. Annually, on the 15th of January lunar year and the 24th of June lunar year festivals are held, attracting many people.

Trieu Chau Assembly hall

Trieu Chau Assembly hall was built in 1845. The General Phuc Ba, who was claimed to be able to make winds calm and waves quiet, was worshipped there. The house possesses a special value in architecture with its skilfully carved wood house-frame and wooden decorated alter and many glazed terracotta carving works.

Phuc Kien Assembly hall

Phuc Kien Assembly Hall- at 46 Tran Phu st, Hoi An city It is said that Phuc Kien Assembly hall was once a small temple where Thien Hau Thanh Mau statue (a goddess who protects merchants sailing in the sea) was worshiped. It was picked up on the beach of Hoi An in 1697. Due to restorations and support of the Fukien people, the Assembly hall became resplendent and spacious taking part in the embellishment of Hoi architecture. Arranging the statues […]

Phung Hung ancient house

Phung Hung ancient house in Hoian – at 4 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai st, Hoi An city Over 100 years old, Phung Hung house possessed a unique architecture. The high wooden ceiling and large corridors represent the development of architecture and exchange among Asian architectural styles in Hoi An in the earlier centuries. The house exhibits a lot of information about the lifestyle of merchants who lived in Hoi An long time ago. Although being made from unique woods, Phung […]

Tan Ky ancient house

Tan Ky ancient house in Hoian Built about 200 years ago, Tan Ky’s architecture style is piped shape – a typical style of Hoi An ancient houses. Its interior is divided into many apartments and each one has its own function. The front of the house is used for stores and the back of the house near the river was the place for import and export goods. The interior decoration item was made of unique wood skillfully carved with symbols […]

Quan Thang ancient house

Quan Thang Ancient House at 77 Tran Phu Street, Hoian City Quan Thang is, currently, evaluated as one of the nicest ancient houses in Hoi An. It is an over 150 year old house with architecture style of Hoa Ha, China. Through years, the style as well as interior decoration of the house has been lovingly preserved. That helps us partly imagine the lifestyle of its owner generations who were the merchants class in Hoi An earlier. It is known […]

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Japanese Bridge

Japanese Bridge in Hoian Connecting Tran Phu st. with Nguyen Thi Minh Khai st., Japanese bridge was constructed in the middle of the 16th century by Japanese merchants in Hoi An. Due to natural disaster, Japanese bridge was restored so many times that it gradually lost its original Japanese architecture style and was impacted by Vietnamese and Chinese design. The bridge was provided with a roof which was arched shape and skilfully carved with many fine patterns. Over the door, […]

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National Museum of Vietnamese History

Background introduction In the system of national museums, the National Museum of Vietnam History was early founded on the material basis of the Louis Finot, a museum of the Ecole Française d’Extreme-Orient which was built in 1926 and completed in 1932. In 1958, the Vietnam Government officially took over this cultural building and started to research, collect and supplement materials and objects, converting the contents from eastern arts into national history. On 3 September 1958, the National Museum of Vietnam […]

vietnamese women museum

Vietnamese Women’s Museum

Vietnamese Women’s Museum (VWM) is located in Ly Thuong Kiet Street, downtown Hanoi, just 500m from the central Hoan Kiem (Restored Sword) Lake and the old quarter. This is the most ancient street in the capital city, with many French-style buildings, foreign embassies, big hotels and government offices. Vietnamese Women’s Museum was established in 1987 and run by Vietnam Women’s Union. It is a gender museum with functions of research, preservation, and display of tangible and intangible historical and cultural […]

hoa lo prison

Hoa Lo Prision

This thought-provoking site is all that remains of the former Hoa Lo Prison, ironically nicknamed the ‘Hanoi Hilton’ by US POWs during the American War. Most exhibits relate to the prison’s use up to the mid-1950s, focusing on the Vietnamese struggle for independence from France. A gruesome relic is the ominous French guillotine, used to behead Vietnamese revolutionaries. There are also displays focusing on the American pilots who were incarcerated at Hoa Lo during the American War. These include Pete […]

one pillar pagoda

One Pillar Pagoda

The One Pillar Pagoda was originally built by the Emperor Ly Thai Tong who ruled from 1028 to 1054. According to the annals, the heirless emperor dreamed that he met Quan The Am Bo Tat, the Goddess of Mercy, who handed him a male child. Ly Thai Tong then married a young peasant girl and had a son and heir by her. As a way of expressing his gratitude for this event, he constructed a pagoda here in 1049. Built […]

cai be floating market

Cai Be floating market

Cai Be is a charming small town, which is not very far away from Saigon (approx. 2 hours by car). There are lots of colorful fruit and vegetable gardens, traditional crafts, a French church from 1935 and an impressive traditional house, which can be visited. Unfortunately the floating market of Cai Be is getting smaller every year, since trade is shifting more and more into modern central markets. The Catholic cathedral in the background of the floating market is an […]

Cao Son Market in Sapa

Upstream the Chay River about 25 km to the north of Coc Ly market, near Chinese border, the remote Cao Son Market is simply set in a fascinating nature and surrounded mountains which covered by lush plantation and terraced rice paddies and cornfields. Most the participants are Flower H’mong, Black Zao, Nung, Tu Di, Pa Di ethnic form villages in the surrounding region but many come from China to add more colors to the market. Cheerful and smiling faces are everywhere […]

Coc Ly Market in Sapa

Same as Can Cau, Coc Ly is a small rural market nested itself off the beaten track amongst green and fabulous forest, on a bank of the Chay River. At the crowded hours from 09.00 to 11.00, the market place is dominated by the red and yellow colors from traditional costumes of the Flower H’mong women, dotted with black color of the Black Zao and dark blue from the Tay. The H’mong and Zao from up mountain villages come to the […]

cancau market in sapa

Can Cau Market in Sapa

Can Cau is a rural ethnic market, simply set up on the open ground at the side of a mountain, looking down a picturesque valley about 20 km north of Bac Ha. It is every Saturday morning when hundreds of ethnic peoples mainly Flower H’mong gather to sell their farming products and buy necessities to their home. The market’s most colorful part is clothes section with shirts, blouses, skirts…or parts of the traditional costumes with embroidery patterns in different motifs lying […]

Bac Ha Market in Sapa

Opened every Sunday at the center of Bac Ha township, this is the biggest ethnic market in Lao Cai Province and probably among some most interesting ones in the northern mountains. Some thousands peoples from ethnic groups including Black Zao, Tay, Phu La and Flower H’mong wearing their best traditional clothes attend the market to turn it into a kind of festival. Commodity sold at the market is varied from embroidered clothes, handicraft, farming produces, food… to poultry and cattle […]

Matra Taphin Village in Sapa

Lying some kilometers east of Sapa town lies a large oval shaped valley which is home to the H’mong and Red Zao of  Ma Tra and Ta Phin Village. Following the main road from Sapa to Lao Cai for 4km, one can enjoy the panorama view of the whole valley, stretching for about 12 Km with some low hills in the middle to divide the valley into two parts. The closer part to the road is area of Ma Tra village and […]

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Ban Ho Village in Sapa

At the end of the motor way about 25 Km from Sapa town lies a vast and flat valley, circled by mountains and hills. It is Ban Ho valley home to the Tay ethnic. The Muong Hoa River winds its way around the village provide fresh water for 2 crops of rice and bean every year and it make the scenery of the valley more romantic. The Tay people possess high rice farming technique and live sedentary lifestyle. Their villages […]

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Tavan Village in Sapa

Next to Lao Chai on the same side of Muong Hoa Valley is Ta Van Village where the Zay and H’mong ethnic people live together. This is one of the best places to see the different traditional ways of living as well as cultural assimilation. The Zay live a sedentary style and always choose the low land near valleys’ bottom and river for growing wet rice while the H’mong prefer higher elevation for corn farming. Especially some decade ago when […]

lao chai village sapa

Lao Chai Village in Sapa

About 8 – 9 Km southeast of Sapa town on the west bank of Muong Hoa River, Lao Chai is a commune composed by three large villages with over 100 families of the Black H’mong ethnic. From a high point of the main road 8 Km from Sapa town, great view of the whole village open wide to offer the marvelous panorama of the village, backed by high mountains and facing the river. The H’mong people in this village experience rice […]


Touring North of Vietnam

A tourist is traveling with a guide through one of the thickest jungles in Norht of Vietnam, when he comes across an ancient temple. The tourist is entranced by the temple, and asks the guide for details. To this, the guide states that archaeologists are carrying out excavations, and still finding great treasures. The tourist then queries how old the temple is. “This temple is 1502 years old”, replies the guide. Impressed at this accurate dating, he inquires as to […]

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