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Hanoi

Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, is known as one of the most ancient capitals in the world. The city is located in northern Vietnam and is situated on the western banks of the river, Red River. The beauty of this city lies in its liveliness of the bustling streets where workshops and cafes all perform outdoors on roadsides.

As one explores the place on foot, the lively atmosphere along with the mouthwatering odors of cooking from the kitchens makes them stop every now and then to simply relish the atmosphere.  The natural beauty of the city can be enjoyed when one visits the Ba Vi National Park located on a mountain range and known for its rich diverse flora and fauna and also animals. It is best to visit hanoi during Autumn or Spring as the city becomes very hot and rainy in summer and cold and dry in winter months.

While exploring this French-colonial city, visitors are enchanted to see beautiful pagodas such as One-Pillar Pagoda, The Perfume Pagoda and many more, colonial buildings such as Hanoi Opera House, the Imperial Citadel, etc. and unique museums such as H?a Lò Prison Museum, Vietnam National Fine Arts Museum, Vietnam Museum of Ethnology and so on. The city also has some beautiful lakes, bridges and parks where visitors love to spend some time.

The city’s delectable cuisines such as Banh Cuon, My Van Than, Pho Chien Phong and many more are  must try while visiting the city. Seating on the roadside plastic stools sipping local beer with snacks is another experience which is unique. Visitors also love shopping for silk and handicrafts which are  famous in Hanoi. The culture of this vibrant city shows glimpses of Chinese, French and Russian influences making the city more beautiful. A vibrant nightlife with activities such as Water Puppet Show or Binh Minh’s Jazz Club also attracts tourists in a mass.

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Set in Central Vietnam, Hue City is one of the greatest historic spots in SouthEast Asia. It had witnessed the great battle of Hue in 1968, which had caused a lot of damage to this beautiful city and had ruined some very magnificent monuments. Still, the place never cease to offer the best tourist places in Hue City. Till date, the citadel in Hue City, even though almost in ruins is world famous. People fly in from all over the world to witness the leftovers of the battle of Hue. This city is located on the banks of Perfume River that gives this city a magical feel. Even though the city is small, it has loads of activities and sights that tourists can visit while here on their vacation. Since Hue City goes back a long time in history, we can see royalty and rich culture among the common people living here. They live lavishly and are extremely hospitable.

The food found here is authentic Vietnamese Cuisine. One can smell the flavor and spices while walking through the streets and get lost amongst the Vietnamese people forgetting all about their monotonous life. Perfect for a vacation spot, Hue City has a lot to offer its tourists and never disappoints them. It is one of the most royal cities present in Vietnam and still has not lost its charm. One can go and enjoy the river and do water sports or take a calm and peaceful boat ride. They can go for camping beside the caves if they want to add on an adventure in their trip. One can even go on treks and enjoy the diverse wildlife that it houses. Boasting the best tourist places in Hue City, ranging from monasteries to national parks to historical places, the Hue City has it all. It is one of the top places for all history lovers and is even a great spot for those who want to go out on a refreshing family trip.

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Ho Chi Minh City, also known as Saigon, is the largest city of Vietnam located at an elevation of nineteen kilometers above the sea level. It is situated along the Saigon River near the border of Cambodia and is a bustling metropolis that has flourished to become the crowning jewel of SouthEast Asia.

Ho Chi Minh City is a visual paradise known for its stunning vistas, lush landscapes, and breathtaking views. It retains the look of a European city with well preserved colonial buildings and relics from the Vietnam War. Bestowed with incredible cultural riches, and historical artifacts, this city offers the perfect mix of mystic and modern.

It is a high octane city that is dotted with innumerable museums, art galleries, and sleek skyscrapers that offer a stunning view of the entire city. You can also find here elegant sports clubs, expansive shopping malls, and upscale restaurants that serve lip-smacking cuisines from all around the world. The ornate Buddhist temples and pagodas are an absolute bliss for the spiritual seekers.

There is no dearth of activities on offer at Ho Chi Minh City, and you’re sure to come back looking for more once you’re over here. From lazing at the beaches and enjoying water sports activities such as surfing and diving to being a part of the walking tours, you’ll never get bored here. You can also enjoy the concert or ballet dance at the opera houses and theatres. You can go for a pampering massage and Ayurvedic treatments at the spas and bathhouses located here.

Ho Chi Minh City experiences a tropical climate, and it has three distinct seasons- hot and humid summers, chilly cold winters and monsoon. The humidity level is around 75% all through the year, and it increases further in the monsoon.

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Hoi An

Tourist places in Hoi-an delineate well preserved ancient and retrospective towns that grips tourist from afar. Also called Faifo, Hoi-an with more than two thousand years of past history is the proposition port of the Cham Kingdom, that mastered the politic trade of the spices with Indonesia between the time span 7th to 10th century and therefore became one of the vital international ports in between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries making the foreign influences perceptible till today.The rich heritage and culture are portrayed well through the Cham natives whose domains generally extend between the Hue South to the Phan Thiet. The Champa’s are likely initially from Java. The initial Cham political capital was known as Tra Kieu while the commercialized capital was Hoi-an and the holy capital was My Son also known as Hindu. The people of Cham were originally Hindus and by the earliest tenth century, the domination of the traders of Arab to the city of Hoi-an influenced some to get converted and take up Islam as their religion.

 

The second most domination was from the Chinese sect to this city, the overall influence began from the Chinese traders who came to Hoi-an to escape the Ming Dynasty armies which resulted in their settlement in this city. The last influence or domination was from the Vietnam natives which came to the city when the Cham natives lost their area of control and domination over their city. Therefore, Hoi-an is an amazing tourist attraction for the travelers who are anxious enough to relive the retrospective history of the place in totality. The Tourist places in Hoi-an  have a lot to offer to the travelers ranging from a wonderful culture to an ancient and inspiring history.  Also, not to mention Hoi-an is exuberantly famous for shoes and clothing with around more than six hundred shops serving to a limited swarm of tourists.

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Danang

The third largest city in Vietnam, Danang is recognized especially for serving as home to major ports. Geographically speaking, the city is located on the coast of the Eastern sea. The location is surrounded by Han River and is especially recognized for the atmosphere prevailed by the hustle-bustle region of Ho Chi Minh City. It has its share of lovely sights and is thus considered to be one of the most popular destinations for vacations. One can go on an exploring spree through the central Vietnam or get soaked up by the beautiful beaches located on the outskirts of the city.

Looking back in time, the city sure has grown rapidly. The population recorded 2 years ago was approximately 1,000,000 people and now is much more than that. The city is home to numerous remnants of the great ‘American War’ that took place in Danang. One can easily get an insight into the ruins of the military base that once existed while on their way to the most popular tourist spot – the South Vietnam sea.

One of the other aspects that remains well-recognized about Danang is the fact that it is one of the most friendly cities in Vietnam. Beaches such as Khe beach or the China beach are among the most beautiful locations in the whole of Vietnam.

As far as the climate is concerned, it gets quite hot during May and August. The temperature during these months can get as high as 40 degrees. Tropical storms usually take place during the months of October and November.

The city of Danang is filled with several resorts, restaurants and hotels that make up for a convenient stay at the city. These locations will ensure that tourists gain a smooth, stay while also being able to enjoy the beauties of Danang.


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Nha Trang is a resort city in Vietnam known for its water sports activities, breathtaking view of the offshore islands, and diving sites. On most of the beaches in Nha Trang you will find sea food restaurants and hotels. Coral reefs, nature reserves, and places for beach hiking are available at the islands close to Nha Trang. In ancient times this used to be a fishing village. This resort-town has a beautiful bay and coastline with white sandy beaches. You can get to this town by air, bus, car, and rail. You can visit pagodas, museums, towers, villas, fishing villages, cathedrals, fortresses, and beaches in Nha Trang. You can take a swim at these beaches and also go on rafting and boating tours.

This is the resort-town for food, drinks, music, beaches, shopping, night-life, water sports activities, and adventure. For tourists looking at different tours, this is an ideal town in Vietnam. Though, this town has a low crime rate, you must still follow safety rules and while on the beaches and travelling at night. The weather of Nha Trang is pleasant throughout the year. It is flanked by beautiful mountains and landscape beauty of islands.

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Sao Beach in Vietnam is a tropical paradise nestled on Phu Quoc Island. With its white powdery sands, crystal-clear waters, and lush palm trees, it's a dream destination for beach lovers. The serene atmosphere offers relaxation and rejuvenation, while water sports and beachside dining add to the perfect getaway experience.

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Fansipan, Vietnam's highest peak, stands majestically in the Lào Cai Province. Often called the "Roof of Indochina," reaching an elevation of 3,147.3 meters, it offers a challenging yet rewarding trek for adventurous hikers. The breathtaking landscapes, diverse flora, and unique experiences make conquering Fansipan an unforgettable journey into the heart of Vietnam's natural beauty.

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Nestled amidst serene landscapes, Chùa Hải Tạng is a peaceful Buddhist temple that invites contemplation and spiritual reflection. The intricate architecture and serene atmosphere offer visitors a serene escape from the bustle of everyday life. With its ornate decorations and tranquil surroundings, the temple provides a place of solace and connection with one's inner self.

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Fantasy Park Vietnam is a captivating amusement park located in Vietnam. Spanning a vast area, it offers an enchanting array of fantasy-themed rides, attractions, and entertainment for visitors of all ages. From thrilling roller coasters to magical shows and immersive experiences, this park promises an unforgettable adventure in a fantastical realm.

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The Golden Hand Bridge, located in the Ba Na Hills near Da Nang, Vietnam, is a mesmerizing architectural marvel that captivates visitors with its unique design and breathtaking views. This striking bridge, officially known as the Cau Vang, spans 150 meters and sits at an elevation of 1,414 meters above sea level.

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Nestled amidst the lush mountains of Da Nang, Vietnam, Ba Na Hill is a breathtaking hill station that offers an array of exciting attractions, and one of the most intriguing among them is the Debay Wine Cellar. This hidden gem is a must-visit spot for wine enthusiasts and history buffs alike.

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Discover the enchanting allure of Non Nuoc Village. Nestled along Vietnam's pristine coastline, this idyllic haven offers a blend of traditional charm and modern tranquility. With its captivating beaches, artisanal handicrafts, and delectable seafood, Non Nuoc Village beckons travelers to unwind amidst nature's splendor while embracing local culture.

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Phu Quoc night market is a vibrant and bustling attraction located in Phu Quoc Island, Vietnam. Stretching along Vo Thi Sau Street, it offers a diverse array of local delicacies, seafood, handicrafts, and souvenirs. Tourists and locals alike flock here to indulge in a lively atmosphere, making it a must-visit destination.

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Tortoise Islet is a serene and picturesque spot situated in the heart of the Mekong Delta, Vietnam. Known for its lush greenery and tranquil surroundings, the islet draws tourists with its traditional river life and unique floating markets. Visitors can explore local culture, sample regional delicacies, and enjoy boat rides along the river.

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Star Beach, Phu Quoc: White powder sand that squeaks and squelches underfoot, luminous plankton in the water at night. Plastic deck chairs and tables crowded under thatched roofs by the tree-line, where barefoot waits for staff buzz about dishing out delicious seafood and cold beer. Bai Sao is one of the most popular beaches on Phu Quoc, but it manages to remain strangely deserted for much of the time. For many tourists staying at Long Beach, Bai Sao is the second beach, they see, often on day trips organized by their resort or hotel. The tours usually include snorkeling and fishing from a boat. Any fish that get caught will later be cooked up and eaten on the boat or on shore, along with the obligatory sea Anemone (a Vietnamese favorite), and plenty of Phu Quoc fish sauce. Despite their initial misgivings many tourists end up loving the sea anemones (and even the Phu Quoc fish sauce!) Give both of them a try because they might surprise you. If you think it would be neat to stay at Bai Sao long after the day-trippers have gone home, there are a few accommodation options. One of the cheapest is My LAN, a collection of rudimentary beach shacks and a simple restaurant


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If you are looking for an exceptional while you are visiting Vietnam then it is amust that you visit the Trúc Lâm Temple. Trúc Lâm Temple is a Zen Buddhist sanctuary outside the resort town of Da Lat, in Vietnam.The sanctuary is situated outside the focal point of Da Lat. From the locale of Hòa Bình in the downtown area of Da Lat, the temple is situated at a side road out and about from the downtown area towards Prenn Hil.

Highlights: This temple was built in the year 1994 and overlooks the Tuyen Lam Lake and follows the practice of Truc Lam, began by Emperor Tran Nhan Tong. As you stroll through the temple you can see the statue of Gautama Buddha on a lotus, flanked on either side by Văn Thù Sư Lợi and Phổ Hiền bodhisattvas, individually known for their astuteness and commitment.

Location: Nguyen Dinh Chieu, Phường 3, Tp. Đà Lạt, Lâm Đồng

Price: The entry is free of cost.
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Long Beach, Phu Quoc: Stretching along the pristine beach, Long Beach Resort with 118 rooms open in the first phase possesses a unique architecture of Vietnam traditional village. The resort offers a new standard of exclusive and bespoke indulgence. Our unbridled luxury with obvious attention to design, details, and pure escapism, making the resort stand out in the region. On this beach, there are various promotional activities as such the best rates for the day inclusive of the Daily Breakfast, the Internet, and the return Airport Transfer. Located on an island with mixed terrestrial and coastal climates, there is the Phu Quoc National Park that contains many forest types and landscapes including mangroves and wetlands, sparsely forested areas, coastal vegetation and forest on the rocky mountain. One can also get revitalized and have fun with the many recreational activities planned out for the most enjoyable stay as the Ancient Village Spa, the scuba diving, fishing. One can also make the Visits to a fishing village and pearl raising the farm.


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My Son

Recognized as a World Heritage Site, My Son sanctuary is indeed captivating and it is enriched in rich cultural values. People, who are interested to know more on the Southeast Asian culture, should take a visit to this place. It is declared as a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO.



Highlights: The architectural and sculptural remnants greatly reflect history and style of art practiced by the indigenous Cham people of Vietnam. The masterpieces reflected here are indeed glorious. The duration and type of tour varies, but in most cases it takes approximately about 5 hours. The traditional Cham dance at the site is also a special highlight of the place. Real Champa artists will show three different types of dance. The ancient temples of the sanctuary are also worth the visit.

Price: The price of each tour varies, and the approximate cost is about 200, 700 Dong.
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Suoi Tranh Waterfall is a mesmerizing natural gem located in Phu Quoc, Vietnam. Surrounded by lush greenery, it offers a picturesque sight with cascading waters that create a tranquil ambiance. Visitors can enjoy a refreshing swim in its clear pools and revel in the serenity of the beautiful landscape.

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Quan Lan, Bai Tu Long: Bai Tu Long bay is located east of Halong bay and definitely as breathtaking as its well-known neighbor. Bai Tu Long is getting more and more popular among visitors wanting something newer and quieter than the overly touristy Halong bay. These days there are a lot of Halong cruises that include Bai Tu Long bay as a fixed destination during their cruising itineraries in response to the growing demand from tourists. Bai Tu Long bay offers the same impressive scenery of the sea and islands as Halong bay, but more pristine and less crowded. Visitors who love adventure and nature should probably start with Bai Tu Long Park. The area of thick jungles is protected and secured by the Government with some of Vietnam’s endangered species of birds and animals. With luck, you might see some of them with your own eyes. At the Bai Tu Long Bay, you sense calmness as you go further and further in. It is spectacular. Surrounded by the limestone karsts, which emerge from the water like parts of that proverbial dragon, you begin to marvel at this unique World Heritage locale.


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If you are a lover of Disneyland and fantasies then Linh Phuoc Pagoda is perfectly the best place for you. While you are in Vietnam don’t miss a chance to visit the Linh Phuoc Pagoda and explore it’s amazing beauty. Linh Phuoc Pagoda or likewise called Glass Pagoda, is a standout amongst the most extraordinary and mosaic pagodas of Dalat City. Situated in the empty place where there is Ward 11, Trai Mat zone, DalatLinh Phuoc pagoda is situated at 120 Tu Phuoc - Ward 11 which is in the upper east, 8km from the downtown area.

Highlights: The surprising element of the pagoda is the Dragon-formed plan produced using the softened bits of glasses up understanding to the outline of Khai Dinh's Tomb in Hue. In the fundamental sanctuary, there is a statue of Thich Ca Buddhist with the tallness of 4.9m, sitting under the foundation of Bodhi tree. Next to the pagoda, we can see a 49m Dragon flying around the garden.

Location: 120 Tự Phước Thành Phố Đà Lạt, Lâm Đồng, Vietnam

Price: The entry is free of cost.
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Doc Let Beach, Hon Khoi Peninsula: At Ninh Hoa, about 33km north of Nha Trang, Highway 26 branches off left from Highway 1 to Buon Ma Thuot, then about 5km later, a signposted turning on the right leads 12km to the splendid Hon Khoi Peninsula, on which you’ll find pristine Doc Let Beach. You’ll probably be keen to linger here a while: the casuarinas and white sands of the beach are perfect for a day’s beach-bumming, although you do have to pay a small entrance fee for the privilege unless you are staying at one of the resorts here. Doc Let Beach is suggested as ideal for summer vacation, especially for Saigonese to flee the heat and the ear-splitting noises of urban life. After visiting the Nha Trang City and other famous destinations such as Hon Tre Islet, Hon Tam Ecotourism Park, Bai Dai Beach and Cham Towers, tourists should take a trip on National Highway 1 to the north to stop by Ninh Hoa which pledges to put a nice impression in tourists' eyes and memory by its stunning Doc Let Beach. The surface of the sea shimmers with the lights of the fishing boats. Indulging in the vapor lights of the boats, the twinkling lights of the stars and the soft sounds of the waves and winds, daily stress is swept away.
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Ninh Chu Beach, Ninh Chu: Southeast of Phan Rang, the giant bite-shaped bay of Ninh Chu is popular with Vietnamese tourists on weekends and holidays, but relatively tranquil the rest of the time. Some litter blights the scene, but the 10km-long beach is attractive and makes a quieter alternative to Phan Rang as a base for visiting the Cham ruins. New resort hotels are also springing up around the bay. Ninh Thuan province prides itself in several beautiful beaches, among which is the Ninh Chu Beach, with more than 10-km length and the shape of a nice crescent. Ninh Chu, located in Binh Son, Van Hai commune, Ninh Thuan province, is one of the top beaches of the Middle of Vietnam for every tourist, who comes here to explore an extremely different landscape. Ninh Chu is attractive with rows of people humming in the wind just nearby the beach as if they were whispering to the blue sea and singing about its fine sand dune - the daughter of the sea and sky. Thanks to this, you can lie down on the purple leaf carpet, without umbrella or bench, to restfully watch the sky. The sand is yellowish, quite clean and fine. The beach features a special shape of a crescent, with a very clean and the charming sea.
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Situated along the shores of Duong Dong, The Shells Resort & Spa Phu Quoc features an outdoor pool, fitness center, and a private beach area. Operating a 24-hour front desk, it provides free parking and offers complimentary WiFi access in the entire property. This beachfront resort is about 4.1 km from the Fish Sauce Factory and 4.5 km from Coco Dive Centre. Duong Dong Market is within 7 km away. Featuring a private balcony, air-conditioned rooms come with tiled flooring, a wardrobe, seating area, a safe and a flat-screen TV with cable channels. An electric kettle and minibar are also included. All rooms enjoy sea views and feature an en suite bathroom with bathtub, shower facility, and free toiletries. At The Shells Resort & Spa Phu Quoc, guests may utilize the sauna facility or indulge in a pampering massage at the spa. Laundry service, tour arrangements, and airport transfers can be provided upon request. Meeting and function facilities are also available. Housing a restaurant, guests will be served with a delectable spread of Vietnamese cuisine. Meals can also be offered in the privacy of guests’ rooms.


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Ca Na, Southern Coast: Given its proximity to the highway, CA Na is a more relaxing place than you would ever think. Hardly more than a wide spot in the road, this small town might even tempt you into staying overnight. Beyond the coracles parked along the beach, the water is invitingly clear and snorkeling is a possibility, though you’d be wise to ask locals where to wade in as the coral here is razor sharp. If you crave a little more solitude, a spine of decent dunes back up another good stretch of sand 2km south; a fifteen-minute walk east of the resort area is CA No village itself, characterized by the blue fishing boats typical of coastal Vietnam. Despite the influx of tourism, sea fishing is the region’s lifeblood and provides a living for a considerable percentage of the population. Fleets of fishing boats jostle for space in the cramped ports and estuaries of the coastal towns, waiting the turn of the tide; and fish and seafood drying along the road is a common sight. The fertile soil blesses the coastal plains with coconut palms, rice paddies, cashew orchards, sugar cane fields, vineyards and shrimp farms. One of the most commonly seen fruits here, especially around Phan Thiet, is the dragon fruit, which grows on the plants with distinctive, octopus-like tentacles.
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