Top 10 places to visit in Vietnam (Part 1)

Vietnam absolutely is the land of extraordinary sites that range from the northern forested mountains to picturesque valleys in the Central Highlands, and golden beaches and fertile delta of the southern area. 

Travel to a Southeast Asia country like Vietnam, visitors will always deserve the chance to explore a wide range of very special things, including the beauty of traditional villages, new look of booming modern cities, greatness of regional cuisine, … Here is an overview and some short guide of the best places to visit in Vietnam.

Ha Long Bay, Vietnam

 The breathtaking beauty of Ha Long Bay

The breathtaking beauty of Ha Long Bay

Ha Long Bay with thousands limestone rocky outcrops and amazing aqua-green water really deserves for being the world’s heritage site recognized by UNESCO. The scenery there is, somewhat, like a scene of a fairy tale. Ha Long Bay is considered as the pride of Vietnamese people for its unbelievable beauty, featuring over 2,000 jungle-covered islands, and a complex system of sinkholes, grottoes and caves that have been formed over the centuries. As visiting Vietnam, Ha Long Bay is always recommended as one of the first destinations among other places in the whole country.

Hanoi, Vietnam

 Hanoi Temple of Literature

Hanoi Temple of Literature

Hanoi is nothing but the 1,000-year-old capital of the country, featuring most specified and unique cultural features that can find nowhere else across Vietnam. The Old Quarter, One Pillar Pagoda, The Temple of Literature, … are among must-visit places in Hanoi to explore a peaceful and ancient atmosphere hiding inside the booming capital city. Besides, the Grand Opera House, Saint Joseph Cathedral, scenic tree-lined boulevards, and other great sites also make the capital much more distinctive.  

Sapa, Vietnam



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Belong to the remote northwestern area of Vietnam, Sapa is greatly surrounded by rice terraces, pictorial mountains and pine forests, taking breath away of anyone passing by due to that so magnificent scenery. Coming there, visitors not only have the chance to contemplate beautiful waterfalls, experience local foods and customs, explore the remote villages and nearby rice paddies, as well as trek in Hoang Lien Son Mountains, and so many other interesting things.

Hue, Vietnam

 Hue Festival open ceremony

Hue Festival open ceremony

Hue is the former imperial capital of Vietnam under the Nguyen Dynasty, located on the banks of Huong River – Vietnam’s Central area. Nowadays, the vestiges of that glorious imperial period have been reflected through the city’s culture, food and cuisine, custom, art, and architecture, offering so many great features and characteristics for the visitors to experience and enjoy. Among all of remains, the Citadel, Hue’s monuments, Thien Mu Pagoda are some of the most famous sites of Hue City. 

Hoi An, Vietnam

 Ancient Town in Hoi An, Vietnam

Ancient Town in Hoi An, Vietnam

Hoi An is really well-known for its beauty, ancient look dating back about 2,000 years to the Champa Kingdom. The traditional culture, historical architecture, and archeological sites make this place so popular. When it come to talking about Hoi An, we can’t fail to mention its atmospheric Old Town, located at the heat of city with winding lanes, traditional wooden houses, beautiful old architecture, and hundreds of tailor shops, ….


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