Vietnam Travel Guide

Vietnam Travel Guide

A long, narrow country squeezed in between the South China Sea and the Laos and Cambodia borders, Vietnam is an island of striking landscapes and is considered Southeast Asia’s most alluring country. Ranging from the lush green terraces and forest-mountains to the picturesque valleys and the beautiful beaches Vietnam is a unique mix of booming cities, colonial towns, traditional villages, and otherworldly islands. Vietnam cosmopolitan cities are an homage to a culture that has been crafted over centuries, and at times it feels like a living breathing museum. Vietnam’s complex history can be traced throughout its ancient temples and crumbling colonial mansions. A trip to this stunning country with numerous natural wonders will give you a taste for noodles at breakfast and a unique shopping experience.

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The country offers memorable experiences everywhere you turn but each one is unique and stays with you for different reasons. Whether it’s a journey to the intoxicating chaos of Hanoi or enjoying the pulsating spirit of Ho Chi Minh City or experiencing the breathtaking scenery of Halong Bay; everything Vietnam offers is unforgettable.

“Halong Bay” is truly an extraordinarily beautiful place and that’s the reason it’s among the most popular tourist destinations in Vietnam. The beautiful limestone cliffs poking out of the water is something spectacular to witness. The beauty of this otherworldly bay tempts you to explore it, and the best way to do it is by Day Cruise. 

“Dalat” – once used as a summer resort by Vietnamese and French emperors is a lovely tourist destination. Its year-around cool weather, idyllic scenery, beautiful pine trees, and colorful flowers make this charming town a must-visit destination in Vietnam. The spectacular French colonial architecture and picturesque landscape add charm to this walkable town.

Rice paddies surrounded by limestone cliffs and rock formations “Tam Coc” is one of the most breathtakingly beautiful destinations in Vietnam. The best way to explore Tam Coc is by boat as it offers an amazing experience to pass in between the rice paddies and limestone cliffs, and also through the natural tunnels formed by the river passing by.

“Hue” – once served as the imperial capital of the Nguyen Dynasty the city’s architecture represents the former glorious past. The city will not miss to impress you with its intriguing culture and delicious cuisine. The “Citadel of Nguyen” is the most famous monument of Hue; once served as the seat of Nguyen Emperor, the citadel is a sprawling complex of grand palaces, ornate temples, beautiful walls, and astonishing gates. Another famous landmark of Hue is the “Thien Mu Pagoda”. It’s an amazing square and popular among tourists visiting Vietnam. 

Other Vietnamese attractions include “Mekong Delta” – also regarded as “Vietnam’s Rice Basket” it is a colorful combination of floating markets, rice paddies, fruit orchards, and quaint villages; “Nha Trang” – a popular seaside resort with picturesque beaches, majestic mountains, and entertaining waterparks; “Sapa” – a remote mountainous town known for its culturally diverse population and incredible scenery; and “Hoi An” – a beautiful old city dates back 2000 years is known for its historic architecture, traditional culture and hundreds of shops selling clothes, bags, shoes, and souvenirs.