Dinh Cau Night Market is a must-visit for travellers on Phu Quoc Island, offering a plethora of dining and shopping opportunities until late. Located along Vo Thi Sau Street in Duong Dong, this pedestrian-friendly market is about a five-minute walk from Dinh Cau Rock.

From Cai Rang Bridge, the market stretches half kilometre downstream Can Tho River. Hundreds of boats gathering here from the dawn till before noon makes the area extraordinary animated and the water surface colorful with numerous tropical fruits.

Squid fishing trips Phu Quoc is one of the fascinating tourist services in the pearl island alluring the great number of both domestic and international tourists. Exploring once the wonderful trip, tourists will actually get unforgettable memories.

The new Phu Quoc Dog Racing race course, officially called the Thanh Nga Dog Farm & Dog Racecourse, was launched in 2014 and is quickly becoming a popular place to visit on the island. Not only is this touristy venue a race course but it is also a kennel and a museum of sorts for the islands most popular and recognizable animal – the Phu Quoc Ridgeback Dog.

Snorkeling is an activity loved by many that the whole family can enjoy, either as a day trip, or simply a beach activity. Snorkeling is really easy, and the great thing is that there is no age limit, you do not have to be very fit or sporty, even non-swimmers can do it by wearing a life-vest; just simply float and watch the fish and coral.

If you don’t plan on buying a bike and riding it the length of Vietnam, then travelling by train is by far the next best way to see the country.

Hội An, formerly known as Fai-Fo or Faifoo, is a city with a population of approximately 120,000 in Vietnam’s Quảng Nam Province and noted since 1999 as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Hanoi is one the most vibrant cities on earth, and yet at times it also feels like a small town. One of the most fun things to do when visiting Vietnam’s capital city is simply to walk the streets and get lost.

From trekking with the Hmong in Sapa, to abseiling down waterfalls in Dalat and admiring all the colourful lanterns in Hoi An there are an innumerable amount of incredible experiences and unique things to do in Vietnam.

Vietnam’s former imperial capital, Huế, has the sights – temples, tombs and the Purple Forbidden City – but much of it was destroyed during the “American war” (from 1955 to 1975).