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.
Hon Ba is a small island on Vung Tau coast.
Thuan Hung town is about 40 km Northwest from the center of Can Tho city, famous for making one of the best rice papers in Vietnam.
Without the normal hustle and bustle of normal markets, Quang Ba Flower Market is charming in its own way.
Located on Thanh Nien Street, Quan Thanh Ward, Ba Dinh District, Hanoi, Quan Thanh Temple is a Taoist temple and known as one of Hanoi’s four sacred temples which were built to worship four protectors in four directions.
Being a cultural heritage, a testament to the creativity and technical skills of the old Vietnamese, Co Loa Citadel is definitely an ideal tourist destination that visitors cannot ignore when visiting Hanoi.
Thac Ba Lake is located in Yen Bai province, 140 km in the west of Hanoi. One part of the lake belongs to Yen Binh, while the other stands on Luc Yen District.
Unlike the ordinary bustling attractions in Vietnam, Ta Xua Mountain is the ideal escape place with pure air and uttermost quietness.
Unlike most people think, the northernmost point of Vietnam is not Lung Cu flag pole but a remote observation deck, which is approximately 30 minutes riding from the flagpole.
Starting from Nghiem Son mountain of China, Nho Que river cuts its way through Ha Giang's mountain and ends its 192km journey in Cao Bang province.
A picturesque landmark of Ha Giang, Tham Ma slope is a rugged part of Highway 4C that tourists will pass through on the way from Ha Giang to Dong Van.
Spring comes along with the changing color of Northwestern mountains, it is the time when ecological travelers are immersed in the vibrant scenery of the ancient land of Fansipan peak.
About 300km from Hanoi, Mu Cang Chai is a small mountainous town of Yen Bai province, located at the foot of the Hoang Lien Son Mountain.
Apart from majestic mountains, pristine national parks, steep and winding stretches of road, or golden terraced rice fields, a waterfall is something you cannot miss out on your dreaming trip to the Northwest of Vietnam.
Northwestern region in Vietnam is famous not only for the beautiful landscapes but also for the authentic villages with long-lasting diverse culture. Among them, Ngoi Tu village plays an important role in making Yen Bai more popular and is a key factor to develop community-based tourism here.
Located 45km away from the center of Thai Binh, Con Vanh is a part of the Red River Biosphere Reserve that was recognized by UNESCO in 1994.
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