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A highland city in Lam Dong Province situated 1,500 metres (4,900 feet) above sea level. Dalat is a popular highland destination for Vietnamese and foreign tourists with its year round spring climate and with a touch of French ambence. >> Dalat travel photos
Vietnam's capital and second largest city, situated in the country's northern region. Hanoi has a long history of foreign occupation namely by the Chinese and French, influencing the culture and architecture of this fascinating city. >> Hanoi travel photos  
Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)
Ho Chi Minh City was formerly known as Saigon during the Vietnam War until North and South Vietnam reunited in 1976. Today, it is Vietnam's largest city and a fast developing city though still retains many of its old world charm. >> Ho Chi Ming City travel photos  
Hoi An
Hoi An was a former trading port that flourished from the 16th to 19th century. The main destination for visitors is the picturesque Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and once occupied by Chinese and Japanese merchants >> Hoi An travel photos
Nha Trang
Situated along the coast of the South China Sea and is Vietnam's most popular seaside destination. Nha Trang offers a wide range of accommodation but most of the tourist facilities are concentrated in the southern part of the city. >> Nha Trang travel photos 
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