Best of Vietnam
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Too many plans, too little time. Search fatigue can be overwhelming so let us show you Vietnam's major bucket lists and you can move on from there. From the most exquisite street delicacies to ultra luxury resorts, we base these recommendations on our real experience and travelers' feedback. The lists have been frequently updated and adjusted after all the drastic changes emerged in 2020.
Picturesque scenery and cultural riches aside, gorgeous Hoi An draws intrepid travelers keen on gastronomic delights. Its specialties are the result of Chinese, French and Japanese influences while being distinguished by using local ingredients and typical cooking methods.
Boasting one of the most desirable tourist destinations in northern Vietnam, Halong Bay receives a considerable flow of tourists every year. Despite the existing myriad of choices, the newly launched cruises continue to amaze new and returning travelers by the astonishing level of luxury and premium facilities.
Vietnam has certainly made its name to world's best places for caves and geological exploration, thanks to natural gifts such as Halong Bay and Son Doong.
Living in Vietnam for the past 3 decades, I can't really think of a single time that deserves the title "best" to visit the country.
Below are 3 latest additions that top this new trend and definitely worth checking out.
For its size, Hanoi offers a good selection of 5 star accommodation, yet Sofitel Legend Metropole Hanoi always seems to top the list and there is definitely a variety of reasons that explain.
Craving something sweet? With the array of expats living in Hanoi, there are restaurants from all over the world, offering a variety in cuisine—with that coming delectable sweets. Here is the list of the best desserts in Hanoi.
We are suggesting below some of the best options for a Halong Bay Cruise.
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