Vietnam is a promising and constantly developing tourist destination in Southeast Asia. The country attracts millions of travelers with its exotic, relatively cheap tours, high-quality beach holidays and infrastructure developed at an acceptable level. Tourism in Vietnam began to develop actively around the end of the 1990s. For almost the entire first decade of the 2000s, the majority of travelers were Chinese, and only a small percentage accounted for guests from Europe, America, and other continents.
The territory of the country stretches along the coast of the Pacific Ocean for about 2000 km. It is conventionally divided into North, Central and South Vietnam. In each of these parts there are seaside resorts with beautiful beaches, quality hotels and interesting sights.