To mark the 62nd anniversary of the beginning of the tourism business in Vietnam, the Vietnam Administration of Tourism has released a new video clip titled “Live Fully in Vietnam,” with the theme “Wonders of Vietnam” (9th July 1960 – 9th July 2022). This film portrays Vietnam as a modern, dazzling destination full of breathtaking treasures that would leave tourists with lasting impressions.
From the stunning Ban Gioc Waterfall to the picturesque Trang Bridge, “Live Fully in Vietnam – Wonders of Vietnam” is a visual feast lasting 1 minute and 31 seconds. An endless, lively, and attractive beauty of Vietnam tourism is created by the country’s landscape, which ranges from the historic Hue Imperial Citadel to the poetic Hoi An Ancient Town to the meditative My Son Sanctuary, and from the peak of Fansipan Mount, the roof of Indochina, to Ba Den Mountain in Tay Ninh and the heavenly resorts of Phu Quoc and Nha Trang.
The spectacular Ha Long Bay, a true wonder of the natural world, is open to tourists without charge. Visitors can take a deep breath of fresh air and relax in the expansive area afforded by the ocean and rocks here. Boarding a sailboat and taking in the sights of the Trang An Landscape Complex, a UNESCO World Heritage site, while listening to the splash of oars in the water is a truly unforgettable experience. To experience what lies beyond the 3,143-meter-high Fansipan summit.
Between the highs and lows of the Vietnam Wonders tour, guests can take a mental and emotional breather at My Son Sanctuary. The ancient realm complex is hidden behind a series of mountains and features its own distinctive architecture, which has served to preserve the secrets of the past and the cultural and aesthetic values that have crystallized over time. Tourists follow historical trails to destinations like Hue and Hoi An, where they may marvel at the country’s priceless cultural relics.
Son Doong Cave is the largest natural cave in the world, so why not send your most daring tourists on a journey to debunk its myths? Ancient forests, underground rivers, and a climate all its own can be found within that wonderful space. The huge size and rough nature of the landscape here are guaranteed to pique the interest of adventurers from all over the world.
For the first time in Vietnam, tourists can dive into the deep blue water with thousands of unique sea creatures using Vinpearl’s tourist submarine. This is in addition to seeing the complete show of gorgeous natural scenery and delving into the depths of the country’s history and culture.
Because of its abundance of natural and cultural resources, Vietnam is ranked highly by the World Economic Forum (WEF). Because of its many UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Vietnam is certain to provide its guests with first-rate goods and services as well as amazing adventures. While the tourism sector has been working hard to get back on its feet, it has become clear that a major contributor to the country’s success in attracting visitors from far and wide is the creation of novel and distinctive products, as well as the renewal and improvement of existing offerings.