Aberdeen Excursion highlights
Pay tribute to the many victims of Vietnam’s turbulent past at the War Remnants Museum.
Fathom the difficult underground life of Vietnamese soldiers during the Second Indochina War as they evaded Americna soliders and bombs.
Feel the European atmosphere of the Old Saigon Post Office, fully operational since its completion in 1891.
This church embodies the gorgeous French architecture of colonial times with its 58m-high square bell towers and dusty red bricks.
Enjoy the simple beauty and grace of the top symbol of Vietnamese Buddhism, dating back to the 6th century.
Browse the award-winning collection of tribal art and artifacts from 54 different ethnic groups at the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology.
A rare example of traditional architecture remaining today, the Temple Of Literature is Vietnam’s first university.
Trace the unique history of Vietnam at Uncle Ho’s final resting place.
Discover the pre-Angkorian ruins of Vat Phou in the southern province of Champasak in Laos.
Feel the poetry of Vietnam at the legendary Hoan Kiem Lake in the city center.