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.
Located in Dong Minh Commune, Dong Chau is a peaceful tourist spot with a 5 km immersive beach surrounded by a casuarina forest.
Keo pagoda is a special national relic located in Vu Thu district, which is 130km (approximately 3 hour) from Hanoi.
Bay Canh Island is the second largest of the sixteen islands in Con Dao and located in the east of the area.
Dam Trau Beach is home to beautiful landscapes with fine sand stretching at the foot of the cliffs with many different shapes.
Away from the center of Con Dao less than eight kilometers along Ben Dam Road, is a beautiful and majestic tourist site with a rocky cliff standing on one side and a vast, overwhelming coastline.
Nui Mot Pagoda is one of the pagodas in Con Dao with beautiful scenery which will leave a deep impression in the hearts of visitors.
Possessing beautiful and pristine landscape, Hon Ba is the third largest island of the sixteen islands in the Con Dao archipelago with a special charm.
Ben Dam is a deep bay with a depth of twelve meters, thus this place formed the port of Ben Dam - the main port of Con Dao with a large area of up to thirty hectares.
Nhát Beach is considered one of the most beautiful beaches in Con Dao.
Phi Yen temple is also known as An Son shrine and was first built in 1785 as a place to worship Madam Phi Yen (Le Thi Cam) the concubine of Lord Nguyen Anh.
Tigers Cage Prison is the largest and oldest prison in Vietnam. The prison camp is located in Ba Ria Vung Tau province and was built in 1940.
Though not officially a street, Hanoi Train Street has attracted huge attention from youngsters both locally and internationally.
Besides the historical relics, ancient houses, 36 street corners in the Old Quarter, local markets play a vital role in clearly showing the daily life of Hanoian. Hang Be Market is one of them.
Hanoi at night is not just glamoured with well-lit boulevards but also a lively trading scene at Long Bien market.
As you set foot on Thanh Chuong Tea Island, you will immediately be lured by the serenity and rustic ambiance embraced by water on the four sides.
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