Vietnam might look small on the map, but this fascinating country has enough beauty to fill a continent. From jagged mountains in the north to tropical beaches in the south and the wealth of history and culture in between, these are the best destinations to visit in Vietnam. Hikers, bikers, and outdoor lovers can get their teeth into the countryside within the numerous national parks, while the spectacular karst seascape of Halong Bay is one natural sight that even the more slothful can experience up close on a cruise.
Vietnam has stunning landscapes ranging from terraced fields and majestic mountains in the north, picturesque valleys in the Central Highlands, and blue beaches in the south. Its architecture and cuisine are worth mentioning, too. Here are the top 10 famous places in Vietnam that foreign tourists should visit at least once in their lives.
A one-day tour from Hanoi to neighboring Ninh Binh Province has been named among the world’s 15 best nature and hiking activities by Tripadvisor readers. – VnExpress International
The Culture Trip, a travel website based in the UK, has unveiled a list of the top 10 Vietnamese national parks.
Much like weddings, honeymoons have looked different in the past year or so. Instead of jetting off to an exciting locale abroad, many newlyweds opted to enjoy a staycation-style honeymoon. Even now, with countries opening up to travel, newlyweds might not be ready to embark on their honeymoon just yet.
Vietnam’s Ha Long Bay to reduce quarantine requirement for fully vaccinated travellers; Times of India
As per the latest news reports, Vietnam’s northern province of Quang Ninh, home to UNESCO World Heritage Site Ha Long Bay, will be reducing the quarantine period from 21 days to seven for all vaccinated foreign travellers, and those who have recovered from COVID-19, in a July trial program.
The ancient beautiful city of Hoi An in the central province of Quang Nam has been ranked second among top ten most beautiful car-free cities in the world, which was announced by Australian Traveller magazine.
Not only is Vietnam famous for its beautiful beaches, which are ranked among the world’s most popular destinations, its national park system has also impressed many international tourists.
Experiencing many ups and downs of history, Hue Imperial Citadel still retains its majestic beauty, preserving the quintessence of the Nguyen’s Dynasty, hundreds of years ago.
The Va and Nuoc Nut caves have the same water source as the Son Doong Cave, which has been recognised as the largest cave in the world.
A 150-page heritage education document set, compiled by historians and cultural researchers from Hoi An City’s center for Cultural Heritage Management and Preservation, will be included in the curriculum for students at primary schools in Hoii An from the 2021-22 academic year.
The Department of Cultural Heritage under the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism has officially launched a national contest and exhibition to seek photography works on tangible cultural heritages in Vietnam.
Ha Long Bay continues to represent a highly popular travel destination in the northern province of Quang Ninh and has therefore been recognised twice as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The peaceful and poetic ancient capital of Hue is the destination for visitors to experience like a time-lapse of time travel to the scenery of feudal Vietnam. Hue-style quiet frame Hue is a destination that brings its own attraction on the tourist map of the S-shaped strip of land. The ancient capital still has intact Vietnamese cultural traditions through artifacts and architectural works.
Central Provinces in Vietnam A wonderful destination for tourists to visit post pandemic; Chandra Garran o4; Viet Reader
According to the American news channel CNBC, the central provinces of Vietnam have been said to be one of the lesser-known destinations for the tourists to visit after Covid-19 pandemic ends.With three UNESCO heritage sites including historic Hoi An, former imperial capital Hue in Thua Thien Hue Province and My Son Sanctuary in Quang Nam Province, central Vietnam has long been famous on the country’s tourism map, according to Vietnamnet.
The Thang Long Imperial Citadel in the centre of Hanoi should be preserved and developed with a vision to become a Heritage Park, said Secretary of the Hanoi Party Committee Vuong Dinh Hue at a working session with its management body – the Thang Long-Hanoi Heritage Conservation Centre on February 23.
Lan Ha Bay is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Ha Long Bay. It consists of more than 300 limestone islets and is one of the most outstanding destinations on Cat Ba island.
Hanoi, Da Lat, Phu Quoc … are the destinations that many tourists choose to spend their upcoming Lunar New Year holiday. Tam Chuc Pagoda lies on the banks of the eponymous 600-hectare lake described as a mini-version of UNESCO heritage site Ha Long Bay in Quang Ninh Province, home to numerous small islets.
Tourism on track in the world’s largest cave…