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Top 4 places with cultural, history and natural beauty in Vietnam for tourists!

1. Ha long Bay



The UNESCO World Heritage site Halong Bay is well known for its stunning landscape of emerald waters and limestone karsts. Travelers can enjoy sports like kayaking, explore caves and grottoes, and take a boat around the bay to take in the breathtaking scenery. Halong Bay's distinctive geological structures and serene atmosphere make it an essential travel destination.


Saidray said: “Halong Bay is a must-see for any traveler. With its majestic islands dotting the bay like dragons landing, the panoramic views are truly breathtaking. Whether it's the beautiful sunsets or sunrises, you'll be sure to take some amazing photos! And don't forget to take a boat tour to get a unique perspective of this majestic bay. So take a deep breath and prepare to be amazed”.


2. Ha noi



Vietnam's main city, Hanoi, is an intriguing fusion of the past and present. Highlights include the Temple of Literature, the famous Hoan Kiem Lake, and the Old Quarter with its winding lanes and busy marketplaces. In addition, tourists can enjoy delectable street cuisine, see French colonial buildings, and visit museums. A peek of Vietnam's rich cultural past can be had in Hanoi.


Mapiri said:" It's a very crazy experience. We were nervous when seeing how traffic here went and joining it by scooter was really crazy. It's a good way to travel around Hanoi. We could also enjoy many different kinds of street food, and enter small lamps to see the real life of the locals. We also stayed at a hotel in the center and could walk around in our free time.”


3. Hue



Hue, Vietnam's former imperial capital, is a UNESCO World Heritage site with a complex of palaces, temples, walls, and gates. Visitors can explore the Forbidden Purple City, Thien Mu Pagoda, and take a boat cruise along the Perfume River. Vietnam offers diverse experiences, including the natural beauty of Halong Bay, the cultural richness of Hanoi, and the historical significance of Hue. Other popular destinations include Ho Chi Minh City, Hoi An, and the Mekong Delta's lush landscapes, making it a versatile and captivating destination for travelers.


Rickrover said:" It is a very impressive site. It is huge, beautifully kept and really interesting. It does get very busy at the main Pagodas, but because of its size, we managed to find peaceful places. We loved the Royal Gardens. We spent several hours there just enjoying the surroundings. It was worth traveling to Hue to visit this place. We only stayed in Hue for two nights, as we did not love the town itself.


4. Hội An 



Hoi An, a UNESCO world heritage site in Vietnam, is a beautiful 16th-century ancient town with a rich cultural heritage. Tourists can admire traditional Vietnamese architecture, unique features like the Covered Bridge, and enjoy culinary activities. The town's nightlife is particularly magical with colorful lanterns, making it a serene and relaxing destination.


Jade said: “ In our opinion a visit to Vietnam is not complete without a stay in Hoi An, experiencing everything old town and the surrounds offer, there is so much to see and do here, from shopping, (made to measure outfits for couples and family, incorporating banana motif's and others) to eating, (which is an art form here, from the street vendors to 5 star eateries), and lots and lots of walking, especially at night when they close a lot of the streets to scooters, we loved every minute of our visit even when it rained.”







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