Vietnamese Tourist Spots

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Ha Long Bay
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Located in the northeast Vietnam is one of the world’s most spellbinding sea views and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is known for its aqua-green water, cluster of limestone rocky outcrops rising and lush forest. It is amazing to witness how over the centuries this island has been naturally processed into something so fantastic. Kayaking is one of the best ways to explore Ha Long Bay

Cat Ba Island
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It is said to be one of the largest amongst the extensive group of island located in the west of Ha Long Bay. In here, travelers can enjoy a stay in fishing village while savoring the scenic sunsets and lustrous green covered mountain.

Vietnam’s capital is the frenetic heartbeat of the nation where travelers can find well-preserved colonial buildings, ancient pagodas, and unique museums. It is also home to a multi-cultural community that’s made up of Chinese, French and Russian influences, with a wide range of restaurant to match

Ho Chi Minh City
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Near the Mekong Delta, it was the capital of South Vietnam during the Vietnam War. Today, it is the largest city of the country and offers a rich blend of historic and modern attractions to the visitors. It is known for its happening nightlife, sleek skyscrapers and beautiful silhouette.

Cu Chi Tunnels
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The tunnels were used during the Vietnam War by the soldier. These underground tunnel are an extensive network of connecting tunnels where soldiers lived, used as a supply route.

It is known as the tourist capital of the South Central Vietnam, with a west-coast location that makes for beautiful sunsets against an impressive backdrop of lush mountain. That is the best destination because of the good mix of centuries-old pagodas, French colonial buildings, as well as tranquil beaches the clear blue waters, and verdant national parks.

Hoi An Ancient Town
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That place is the most atmospheric city in Vietnam, with bag of surviving historic architecture, is situated on the coast of the South China Sea. Hoi An has been an international port from the 16th century with the narrow canals that cut through part of the town. The heart of the city is still the Old Town, full of winding lanes and Chinese-styled shops.

Hue Imperial City
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One of Vietnam’s most historic towns, the Complex of Hue Monuments is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is situated in the central of Vietnam. The city sits quietly on the bank of Perfume River and was once also served as the imperial capital of the Nguyen dynasty. The massive complex features hundreds of monuments and ruins such as Forbidden Purple City, the Imperial City, royal tombs, flag tower, pagodas, temples, a library and museum.

Ninh Binh Province
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South of capital, the province is blessed with natural beauty as well as offers sights of cultural splendor and wildlife in the national park and reserve. The highlights of this place include the landscape of Tam Coc that can be seen by taking a traditional boat ride and also visiting a UNESCO Site of Trang An Grottoes.

Hang Son Doong Cave
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One of the largest caves in the world, and certainly the largest in Vietnam with approximately 300 years old. This enormous cave is an incredible destination with the bright blue water pools and a river runs though it. The cave is ethereal, and guided tours are available to best explore this amazing landmark.

Phong Nha- Ke Bang National Park
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Set within the home to the world’s largest cave, Son Doong, with sections reaching up to 200m in height, as well as Paradise Cave, which boasts spectacular shapes of limestone stalactites and stalagmites. It contains the oldest karst mountains in Asia, formed approximately 400 million years ago. The destination is a popular option for adventurous travelers looking to explore its many limestone caves and grottoes.

Phu Quoc Island
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That is the Vietnamese island off the coast of Cambodia in the Gulf of Thailand which is the largest island in Vietnam. The island features pristine tropical forests, undamaged coral reefs and great beaches. More than half of the island is part of Phu Quoc National Part which features mountains, dense tropical jungle, hiking trails and wildlife. This destination is famous for producing the best fermented fish sauce in the world.

Nha Trang
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Located off the coast of South Central Vietnam with the well-maintained beach trundles for six kilometers along the shoreline of city central and it features gorgeous beaches with fine and clean sand and clear ocean water with mild temperatures. Great for history buffs, Nha Trang is home to remnants of the Champa Kingdom, Buddhist temples, gothic-style Catholic churches and unique waterfall offer a myriad of sightseeing as well as recreational activities.

Quy Nhon
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This is a beach lover’s paradise with a beautiful sunset and natural beauty of Vietnam’s beach. Expect fresh seafood, and good guesthouses to crash into. 16. Cu Chi Tunnels: The tunnels were used during the Vietnam War by the soldier. These underground tunnel are an extensive network of connecting tunnels where soldiers lived, used as a supply route.

This misty valley of Da Lat allures visitors from around the world to find their slice of paradise in the form of this gorgeous destination. That is the best place to explore the summer retreat destination filled with awesome sights, staggered pine trees and colorful flora.

That is the driest region in Southeast Asia, due to strong sea breezes it is popular destination in Vietnam for kite and windsurfing. The vast sandy expanse provides some great panoramic views especially during sunset

Mekong Delta
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The far south of Vietnam is where the mighty Mekong River finally finds its way to the sea in the maze of waterways that crisscross the floodplain. Incredibly lush, with paddy field vistas and mangroves, and full of local life, with chaotic floating markets to explore by boat, the delta is one of the most interesting regions for travelers to discover

Sapa Countryside
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Sa Pa is a town in northwest Vietnam which is the most beautiful rural vistas. Rice terraces can be found in the Muong Hoa valley between town and Fansipan Mountain, on the backdrop ò thick bamboo woodlands. The deep valleys here are home to a diverse mix of the country’s ethnic minorities.

Vietnam is an astonishing mix of natural highlights and cultural diversity. Vietnam’s tourist spots are broadly spread out in its northern, central and southern region. This fascinating country is full of surprises and is one of Southeast Asia’s most underrated destination. To make it easy for you to decide on where to go, here is a list of top places to visit in Vietnam make you feel more miserable

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