Ho Chi Minh City has exotic food, colonial architecture, and memories of war, writes Guy Wilkinson.
Zoom around with the locals and then chow down on the best Vietnamese pancake in Ho Chi Minh City.
From beef pho to banh mi to braised frogs in congee - Saigon offers a flavour feast.
The Phong Nha area boasts arguably the best cave adventures in the world.
When hungry in Vietnam it pays to go with the flow - and the pho.
Markets, festivals and hip shops vie for attention with the big ticket sites such as Angkor Wat.
Turn a potentially daunting city tour of chaotic Saigon into a fun fling with motoring nostalgia.
Ethereal landscape meets bustling food markets; this former French colony is an exotic destination that taps all the senses. Tranquil beauty lingers from jade-coloured waters to soaring limestone islands in the north, majestical wonder surrounds old imperial palaces and bluey hill-tops around Hue, giving way to multi-storey department stores, mega-coffee houses and endless bustle of traffic in the big city life of Ho Chi Minh.