Vietnam Voted In Top World’s 30 Destinations In October

The reputable U.K magazine Condé Nast Traveler has recently voted Vietnam among the top 30 ideal destinations to travel in October.

The magazine described October as the opening of the dry season in Vietnam when travelers can enjoy both “monumental natural spectacles and buzzing city scenes” throughout the Northern and Southern regions.

Condé Nast Traveler spends good words for Sapa – the mountainous misty town with terraced rice fields scenery abound and lots of spectacular treks and Hanoi capital where a cup of condensed milk coffee on the sidewalk is unbeatable in the cool and fresh atmosphere.

 Terraced rice fields in Sapa, Vietnam

The article also recommended Mekong Delta “a whole world bobbing on canals and stream”, a rustic place renowned for mangroves, fruit orchards, and vibrant floating markets. Besides, Ho Chi Minh City with “The Café Apartment, a nine-storey block stuffed with fairy-lit mini-boutiques and craft coffee stores,” is among the best things travelers should not miss.

Boat trips in the Mekong delta

Some others enlisted on top 30 October destinations in the global call out Darjeeling (India), Bhutan, Taipei Málaga (Spain), the Ningaloo Reef (Australia), and Rome (Italy).


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