Vietnam is an enthralling and enticing country that features both sprawling metropolises and beautiful countryside views, as well as everything in between. With delicious food, fascinating historical sites and rich, vibrant culture, it is a destination that rewards visitors.
Expansive Ho Chi Minh City is home to over eight million people, with many distinct districts and fantastic restaurants and nightlife. It is a lively city filled with enticing sights, sounds and smells all day, every day. Further south, Can Tho is located near the Mekong Delta and is famous for its canals and floating markets.
On the coast, Nha Trang has earned a reputation as ‘the Riviera of the South China Sea’, attracting glamorous visitors who seek a luxurious beach break. Not far away, Da Lat boasts a beautiful warm climate and gorgeous natural beauty – it’s nickname is ‘the City of Eternal Spring’.
In central Vietnam lies Hoi An, with its grand ancient architecture that pays homage to the city’s French, Chinese and Japanese influences. Not far away lies, Hue which also has many historical sites such as the Imperial City and Forbidden Purple City. On the coast is Da Nang, which features beautiful landscapes and several gorgeous pagodas high atop the hills.
In northern Vietnam you will find bustling Hanoi, the country’s capital and second largest city by population. The city boasts some of the country’s most delectable cuisine, as well as many different interesting museums and architecture that has been influenced by many cultures. The city is a labyrinth of amazing things to discover.
It is also in easy reach of Ninh Binh, with its beautiful rural views and stunning pagodas. Also in the north of the country, Ha Long Bay is jaw-droppingly beautiful with its almost mystical appeal and mesmerising views. It’s no wonder it is one of the most popular tourist sites in Vietnam.
Even further north and to the west, there is quiet Sapa nestled amongst the hills and lush green trees. The market town boasts stunning natural features, beautiful rice terraces and interesting ethnic groups, each with their own distinct culture and traditions.