267 Best Places to Visit In Vietnam
Anyone who has ever visited Hanoi will probably tell you that it may be the most beautiful city in all of Asia - people have settled here along the Red River for a thousand years. Nestled along wooded boulevards among the city’s two dozen lakes you will find architectural souvenirs left by all who conquered this great valley, from the Chinese who first came in the last millennium to the French, booted out in our own century.
The biggest island of Con Dao archipelago, and the only inhabited, Con Son island is famed for its pristine nature and the hospitality of people. Not only holding the nice bit, the island also carries the dark past of what is called “Hell on Earth” period.
While visiting the War Remnants Museum gives you a theoretical glimpse of the Vietnam War, wandering around a small area of Cu Chi Tunnels, a popular tourist attraction in Vietnam, allows you to have real-life experiences
Ta Dung National Park, formerly known as Ta Dung Nature Reserve, is a favourite spot on the journey to the Central Highlands of many people.
The introduction of newly-opened Hoi An Impression Themed Park has brought a completely splendid experience. Prepare yourself for an eye-popping journey to go through the most amusing history session you could only have once in a lifetime.
Hon Chen Temple is situated on a lovely slope of Ngoc Tran Mountain, 10km upstream from Hue Centre. The name “Ngoc Tran'' means Pearl Bowl, originating from the bowl-shape of the mountain. That also gives the temple its name: Hon Chen.
In Hue - one of Vietnam's most sacred lands of Buddhism, Tu Hieu is regarded as the largest and oldest pagoda, and also a famous sightseeing spot with historical and cultural value.
For first-timer visitors of Vietnam or even for local residents, Ly Son island, the so-called “Kingdom of garlic and volcanoes”, might sound completely off the radar. That may change, very soon.
Located in Muong Hoa valley, Ta Van Commune is a favorite destination for those who are interested in homestay, community-based tourism and experiencing cozy atmosphere at houses of ethnic people.
Although the building was demolished in 2016, Thuong Xa Tax merits every mention when one talks of Saigon.
More than a versatile multiplex in Hanoi with an ingenious and modern architecture, Keangnam Hanoi Landmark 72 is a realm within the capital city that brings all your living needs in one place.
About 4 kilometers to the west of the Hanoi center, Phu Tay Ho lies on the quiet and peaceful peninsula of ancient Nghi Tam village, West Lake, Quang An ward, Tay Ho district.
Similar to Dong Xuan Market in Ha Noi, Ben Thanh Market in Ho Chi Minh City, Dam Market is a tourist icon of the coastal city of Nha Trang.
The Museum of Vietnam's Ethnic Cultures is located at no.1 Doi Can street, right at the center of Thai Nguyen city.
Listed as National Heritage Sites in 1994, Phuong Hoang (Phoenix) cave and Mo Ga stream can be considered the most essential stopovers of Thai Nguyen for their astounding landscapes.
Situated in Tan Thai Commune, Dai Tu District, Nui Coc lake is an appealing destination that has drawn thousands of tourists to Thai Nguyen every year. It is only 10 miles away from the city center so you can book a taxi or motorbike taxi.
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