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Water, water everywhere
21 Mar

The many sides of VietNam

Extraordinary beauty

With its cascading rice paddles and misty peaks, Sapa, the main market town in northwestern Vietnam, is a sight of extraordinary beauty. The town also serves as a trailhead for hikers happy to test the area’s unpredictable weather during a walk in the mountains.

Sapa

Water, water everywhere

A tangled network of tributaries and canals, the waters of the Mekong Delta crisscross the lowlands of southern Vietnam. For centuries, life here has followed the river – an all-in-one launderette, bathtub, highway, dishwasher, social club and workplace for the communities surrounded by its waters.

Water, water everywhere

Early shoppers

Floating markets are quiet each dawn at the riverbank town of Cai Rang. Then creaking barges from across the delta bash into each other every morning as they offload cargoes of watermelons, pineapples and turnips.

the waters og mekong delta crisscross

A small town with a big menu

Hoi An, a town halfway between Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, is Vietnam’s culinary centre. Street food, like the cuisine served at the Thai Pien street market (pictured), is serious business – single dishes are prepared every day by the same cook, perfected and honed over the years.

A small town with a big menu

Urban dwellers

Hanoi is Vietnam’s quintessential city – a millennium-old capital of crumbling pagodas and labyrinthine streets. In the Old Quarter (pictured), ancient temples sit beside karaoke joints, and the street market vendors sell all sorts of goods, from fresh fruit to old propaganda posters

Urban dwellers

Postcard-perfect views

More than 2,000 limestone islands rise from the Gulf of Tolkin forming Halong Bay, arguably the most staggering coastal scene in Asia.

Postcard

Inspiring vistas

Halong Bay’s limestone islands are towering monoliths lined up like dominoes, teetering at worrying angles

Inspiring vistas

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