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At VBH, our hostels range in size and style: from the buzzing bar scene at Downtown; the laidback, chilled out atmosphere of The Original's rooftop bar and Hue Hostel's sports bar, the open, airy common spaces and pool bar and terrace in Hoi An; to our secluded, beachside action-packed paradise in Ninhvana; to views to last a lifetime in Saigon. You're guaranteed to always feel at home at any of our locations.

Castaways Island

Spend an unforgettable 3 days on Castaways, our exclusive, private island in Ha Long Bay, one of the natural wonders of the world.

Settle into paradise in one of our 5 open-air beach bunglaows; kick up the sand on our secluded three-hundred-meter stretch of beach; party the night away on our dance floor with a live nightly DJ; and make friendships that might just last a lifetime. Castaways is a bucket-list, Must-do in Vietnam and will likely be the best decision you make in South East Asia.

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Mai Chau Valley

Spend 3 incredible days surrounded by undiscovered beauty in the village of Mai Chau and its surrounding areas. Enjoy local life and culture in the comforts of an authentic homestay amidst lush rice paddies. This rural countryside adventure is sure to give you a glimpse into the heart of the Vietnamese way of life that makes the country so special.

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Sapa

Immerse yourself in the scenic beauty of one of Vietnam's most revered destinations, Sapa.

Get captivated by the culture and colours on your epic trek through the National Park, lush with local, ethnic minority tribes, terraced rice paddies, bamboo groves, and thatch villages; all in the shadows of Mount Fansipan, the tallest peak in Indochina.

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Hai Van Pass

The Hai Van Pass is arguably the most iconic stretch of road in Vietnam, and is renowned for its scenic beauty. Made famous by the BBC motoring programme Top Gear in 2008, the pass was dubbed "A deserted ribbon of perfection - one of the best cost roads in the world" and is an absolute must during any Vietnam visit.

The pass crosses over a spur of the Truong Son (Annamite) range that emerges from the West and just into the South China Sea, forming the Hai Van Peninsula and the adjoining Son Tra Island. The pass, which once formed the boundary between the kingdoms of Dai Viet and Champa, also forms a boundary between the climates of Northern and Southern Vietnam, sheltering the city of Da Nang from the "Chinese Winds" that blow in from the Northwest.

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