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.
Acclaimed as the origin of Vietnam, Hung Kings Temple Complex is the foremost place for pilgrims on the journey back into the dawn of the nation's formation.
Established in 1992, Cat Tien National Park boasts an ideal base for not only wildlife-lovers but also adventurous travelers yearning for a unique excursion step off the beaten path and uncovering the nature life in the South of Vietnam.
Forming a rugged, jungle-clad mountain backdrop of Vinh Hy Bay, Nui Chua National Park is just like a green lung of Ninh Thuan Province in South Central Coast Vietnam.
Along with O Quy Ho, Ma Pi Leng and Pha Din, Khau Pha Pass is popular known among adrenaline junkies as “One of the 4 greatest mountain passes” of Vietnam.
Hanoi is jam-packed with cultural and historical sites. Among those, history buffs cannot ignore Hoa Lo Prison.
Charming and peaceful bays are often unavoidable tourist draws but Vinh Hy Bay is thankfully still under-the-radar of mass tourism.
Cai Dam Market is a typically traditional seafood market of Quang Ninh Province, which sets location on Tien Ong Street, Bai Chay, in the heart of Halong City.
Van Don Island is around 50km from Halong City Center to the northeast. This is the largest island on Bai Tu Long Bay covering 600 islands with 20 ones inhabited by local people.
Conquer the roof of the Indochinese Peninsula on one of the world's most modern cable systems and enjoy the feeling as you're flying over the clouds.
Spreading nearly 24000m2 on the most beautiful coastal road of Halong City, Quang Ninh Museum is not only an indispensable place for culture vultures but also a unique structure for youngsters to check-in.
Pu Luong's charm may be more subtle than other flashy recreational complex but it has been capturing great tourist attention.
Located around 30km from Tuan Chau Pier, Yoko Onsen makes a good side trip for Halong Bay visitors.
Generously spreading across an area of 214 ha, Sun World Halong Park invites tourists to an endless journey of joy.
Leave all worries in life behind and enjoy the strangely peaceful atmosphere in Tam Giang Lagoon - Southeast Asia's largest lagoon.
Among the many bridges that merits celebration in Vietnam, Danang Golden Bridge is probably the most recognizable one. Its unique design resembling lifted by two giant hands and the golden yellow hue of this pedestrian bridge make it both photo perfect and a great place for sightseeing.
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