7 Must-Visit Places in Vietnam this Holiday

With its rich and dynastic history, Vietnam is an amazing country for your next holiday trip. Many books explain the country’s evolution and revolution, but they talk little about the attractive forts around major urban settings and the beautiful landscapes capping the countryside. Moreover, the traditional Vietnam’s foods plus the sociable local people provide a welcoming environment for travelers. As you plan a trip to Vietnam, include the following places in the bucket list.

Ho Chi Minh City
Ho Chi Minh is a renowned metropolis in Vietnam, which commemorates many of the happenings that took place a century ago. However, it has transformed to be one of the modern places with lots of opportunities and much for travelers to explore. If you are already planning a trip to Ho Chi Minh City, visiting the Cu Chi tunnels is highly recommended. Another must-visit place is the Saigon Notre-Dame Basilica to see the long-established French cathedral.

Hoi An
If you want to witness some of the traditional items and structures, don’t miss to visit Hoi An. Here, you will intermingle with the people, see their traditional homes, and know their traditional methods of growing crops. There is still more to explore. There are artifacts to see, religious teachings to listen, and cultural customs to learn.

Phong Nha
The caves of Phong Nha is another amazing place every traveler need to visit. The Phong Nha caves are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site worth to be preserved for many generations to come. A few meters from the caves, there is a national park. The park hosts different kinds of wildlife including bears, snakes, monkeys, and various amazing insects.

Hue
If you are a history lover, the city of Hue will nice up your trip. Being one of the major places for dynasties, you will find various historical structures. One of the structures is the Citadel found in the city center. As you shop around, remember to order for some delicious traditional Vietnamese foods in any of the kiosks and booths near you.

Sapa
Sapa is a relatively smaller town in the mountains of Vietnam, and worth visiting by any traveler. A local guide can lead you to the mountains. You will have great moments while hiking in the misty peaks.

Nha Trang
After several days of trekking and exploring natural settings, you need to relax at the Nha Trang beach. Nha Trang has everything to offer from scuba diving to all sorts of watersports. It is a contemporary beach setting with several resorts and hotels to relax your nerves during the weekends.

Ha Long Bay
Lastly, complete your trip at the Ha Long Bay. The small islands are rich in many outdoor activities for both adults and kids. You will have lots of fun in the caves and jungles, while a boat trip along the Ha Long Bay will create a memorable excursion in Vietnam.

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