WELCOME to Vietnam
… The beautiful, versatile and friendly country in Southeast Asia, which boasts a unique shape of an elongated “S”; and a long coastline with a lot of wonderful sites. Go north and you will be exploring in the midst of the lush rice terraces, getting closer to the local hill tribes. And you’ll be sailing the Halong Bay, perhaps beating the crowd while kayaking the unexplored secret parts. Go to the central and you will find culture and history, bike rides into the countryside and colonial fine beauty. Or go south to splurge in urban modern Saigon, for a local experience in the Mekong Delta or to enjoy laidback beach days in the sand dunes or Phu Quoc island.
Vietnam holds everything in its gentle hands, so you just have to bite into it.
The capital of Hanoi is also home to our Vietnam Travellers’ Service Center. Located in the midst of the bustling and charming Old quarter you will not only find one of the most appreciated traveller hubs, you will also have local life and charm beyond our door step. Inside, we are waiting for you; keen to share our best insider knowledge and travel tips. So you’ll get the best possible experience in Vietnam. We are travellers ourselves and love to share our love for our country.
We look forward to welcome you and inspire you to explore our country from the far north to the deep south.
- Can, Country Manager, Go Beyond Vietnam.
Mr. Can, Country Manager
“…I love travelling so when I have time, I travel to the places that I have not been to.
My last trip to Phu Quoc Island with my family was one of my most precious travel experiences. It is a great place for relaxing and it is fantastic to discover the Island, which is full of beautiful beaches.
Da Nang and Hoi An are my favorite travel places. I find the old quarter in Hoi An intriguing and interesting, and the beach in Da Nang is very nice. The local food there is delicious and cheap and then it is easy to reach by train or air-plane from Hanoi.
Hanoi is the city where I live. It is a peaceful city but the streets are still very crowded in rush hours. Try to avoid travelling during these periods and just lean back and take in the daily life instead.
Ms. Tam, Travel Advisor
“… How weird as it may sound, I don’t have a most precious travel memory. Instead, each journey brings different amazing experiences that I cannot forget. All of them are the most precious things in my life.
The reason why I go travelling, simply, is because I love doing just that. I love to know about other people, other cultures, and new things outside my little world.
My first journey was a tour to the central of Vietnam: Danang – Hoi An. It was really nice and enjoyable with beautiful nature in Bana Hills, lovely beaches at Cham Island and peaceful Hoi An.
Of all, my favourite travel place is Nha Tran because of the beautiful beaches, sunshine and white sand.
Mr. Thuan, Travel Advisor
“,,, Though I love to travel in Vietnam, my trip to Bangkok is so special in my memory. It's the first time I went out of Vietnam. I had 3 days there and my excursion into the Klongs (water canals) was so impressive as were the colourful evenings with friendly local people. Coming back home made me reflect upon it and think: Life is so wide!
Childhood experiences inspired me to travel. I was born in a poor countryside village and there was no chance to venture outside. But I was very excited and eager to walk with some of my classmates to a mountain far away. And as I was standing on the mountain high, the wind blowing in my face while looking down I thought.... that's heaven! ...And the same emotion has staying with me until now.
I believe every place has its own charm and I have been to most places in Vietnam. I love the hour trekking to the top of mountain at Cat Ba national park and trekked down to Cat Cat village in Sapa town. Ha Long bay - the world heritage, is so great and highly recommended to travelers.
My best tip for you to truly experience Vietnam is to just be and allow yourself to immerse in daily life. To be seated in the crowded streets, going by public bus, bicycling and eating in small and cheap shops instead of restaurants.....
Go Beyond Traveller Service Center in Hanoi
Find us: 5 Dong Thai Str., Hoan Kiem, Hanoi, Vietnam
Call us: (+84 ) 09 8576 1122 or (+84) 024 3928 7124
(Out of Office Hours/Emergency: +84 98 576 1122)
Skype us: "gobeyondvietnam"
Office hours: Monday-Friday 09:00-12:00 and 14:00-18:00.
Saturday-Sunday 09:00-11:30 and 15:00-17:30.
All times are based on Vietnam local time (UTC+07).
(Click on the map to find us on Google Maps)