City of Confluence

Known as the ‘City of Confluence’, Viet Tri city has long benefited from its unique position at the meeting point of the Red and Lo rivers northwest of Hanoi. As the capital of Phu Tho province, Viet Tri is the setting for many local festivals all year long. It also serves as the gateway to the country’s mountainous northwest region, connecting modern Hanoi and its environs to the traditional hill tribes of Sapa. Tourists and businesspeople alike will find countless things to do in Viet Tri, depending on their interests and taste for adventure.

For casual visitors, there are plenty of cultural and natural attractions to discover, including the walking street at the heart of the city, just 5 minutes away from the hotel. Hung Vuong Temple is another nearby cultural highlight, and a visit here is one of the most popular things to do in Viet Tri for foreigners. To gain a deeper insight into daily life in the region, a journey to Lam Thao trade village is another essential experience.

Natural highlights in and around Viet Tri include Hang Lang cave and Van Mo waterfall, each of which brings out the timeless beauty in the Vietnamese landscape. Travelers can also enjoy a picnic at Ao Gioi nature river, as an alternative to the faster pace of the city. For an extra-soothing experience, a visit to Thanh Thuy hot spring can provide natural healing for the body – ideal for relaxing the muscles during a long trip.

As the economic center of Phu Tho province, Viet Tri is also home to scores of industrial firms and service industries. Located just 60 km from Hanoi’s Noi Bai International Airport, the city enjoys an advantageous position for business, as it is firmly situated within the Hai Phong – Hanoi – Kunming (China) economic corridor. These business-friendly attributes are a main reason why Viet Tri continues to develop quickly, and is expected to grow in economic importance over the coming years.