Hanoi, the Capital of Vietnam, is a must-arrival destination. Hanoi is central to politics and that well captures the breadth of the country’s historical and cultural experience. Hanoi is a huge hub of Vietnam cultures, and cuisines… and Hanoi is important to link to all Northern locations in north Vietnam
Ha Giang, in 2010 UNESCO has honored Global Geoparks, namely: Dong Van Stone Plateau UNESCO Global Geopark, likely another colorful Sapa back 20 – 30 years ago, is now starting to allure more and more travelers to explore this border hill tribe town of Vietnam. besides the road to Ha Giang is just the greatest view with million-year volcanic black rocks and endless beautiful rice terraces that go a long way up to heaven!
Ha Long Bay, a UNESCO heritage site, in the Gulf of Tonkin, includes some 1,600 islands and islets, forming a spectacular seascape of limestone pillars. Because of their precipitous nature, most of the islands are uninhabited and unaffected by a human presence. The site’s outstanding scenic beauty is complemented by its great biological interest. A cruise trip for 2 or 3 days is basically needed to explore and admire Halong bay natural landscape’s magnificent view.
Located near Laos–Central Vietnam border, Son Đoòng cave has an internal, fast-flowing subterranean river and the largest cross-section of any cave, worldwide. It is the largest known cave passage in the world, It is believed that Son Doong’s caverns can comfortably fit a 747 airplane.
Hue Imperial City was established as the capital of unified Viet Nam in 1802, Hué was not only the political but also the cultural and religious center under the Nguyen dynasty until 1945. The Perfume River winds its way through the Capital City, the Imperial City, the Forbidden Purple City, and the Inner City, giving this unique feudal capital a setting of great natural beauty.
Hoi An Ancient Town is an exceptionally well-preserved example of a South-East Asian trading port dating from the 15th to the 19th century. Its buildings and its street plan reflect the influences, both indigenous and foreign, that have combined to produce this unique heritage site.
Nha Trang is a south Vietnam coastal beach resort city, Nha Trang is well-known for its beaches, diving sites, and offshore islands. The city beach is a long, curving stretch along Tran Phu Street backed by a promenade, hotels, and seafood restaurants. the Aerial cable crosses over to Tre Island, and the nature reserves of Mun Islet and Tam islet, are reachable by day tour boat to explore the coral reefs.
Ho Chi Minh City, Well-known as Sai Gon, is a metropolitan city in Vietnam. Saigon is vibrating with energy, innovation, and traffic – lots of traffic. Saigon is the economic heart of Vietnam and the main hub of the southern region. Saigon shows a freewheeling, cosmopolitan metropolis, a dynamic cityscape that draws together now and then Vietnam.
The Mekong Delta is a network of tributaries in southwest Saigon. The river itself starts in the Himalayas and passes through China, Myanmar, Laos, and Cambodia before entering Vietnam. The Mekong Delta is blessed with dazzling blue skies, brimming with exotic fruits, and dotted with floating markets, temples, and colonial-era mansions. It’s a place to nap in a hammock or cruise downstream in a sampan. No traveler in their right mind would skip a trips to the Mekong River Delta