Plan a trip to Vietnam: Best places to explore in Vietnam
Vietnam is a beautiful and peaceful country. Visiting Vietnam, you’ll see a lot of picturesque landscapes, join in many interesting festivals, eat various tasty food and experience lots of new things. Let’s check out the best places to explore in this country before planning a trip to Vietnam.
The terrace is one of the most famous attractions of Vietnam. It’s a unique attraction that you can hardly see in most of the countries in the world. It’s beautiful all year round, so you can visit terraces whenever you want when planning a trip to Vietnam.
Vietnamese terraces (Source: Internet)
In the rain season, when all the terraces and fields are full of water, they look sparkling under the sunlight. In spring, all the terraces are colored with green. And in the harvest, you’ll see a yellow carpet covering the hills, villages and everywhere. How beautiful the picture is! So, it’s fair when Vietnamese terrace is elected as one of the most beautiful green landscapes in the world.
If you’re planning a trip to Vietnam, you shouldn’t miss Hanoi – the capital city of this country. This city has an irresistible attraction from its “soul”. Its beauty is the mixture of ancient value of thousand years of civilization and modern lifestyle of a developing city. Hanoi is beautiful all year round, in each season, you’ll feel its unique taste, unique attraction.
Hanoi - a city of integration and development (Source: Internet)
Visiting Hanoi, you’ll feel its peaceful atmosphere in 36 old streets, fresh air in Guom Lake with Turtle Monument, the ancient atmosphere in the Temple of Literature – the very first university of Vietnam, etc. That’s why Hanoi is one of the best places to visit in Vietnam.
3. Ha Long Bay
Not only be recognized as one of the World Natural Heritage Sites by UNESCO in March of 2012 by its natural beauty, Ha Long Bay also received a title of one of the 7 new Natural Wonders of the World launched by 7 New Open World.
Ha Long Bay Boat Cruise (Source: Internet)
Ha Long Bay looks like a giant painting with thousands of islands in various shapes, contributing to the lively, gorgeous beauty of this site. Visiting here, you can experience an interesting floating trip on the sea, see a lot of natural landscapes, and enjoy the peaceful life here.
4. Son Doong Cave
Recognized as the longest natural cave in the World, Son Doong Cave is one of the best places to explore if you’re planning a trip to Vietnam. It has a unique beauty that you cannot find anywhere else.
Son Doong - the best cave ever (Source: Internet)
The deeper you go into this cave, the more natural fossils you’ll see, which make Son Doong Cave look more pristine and mysterious. Inside the cave, there are huge tropical forest, white sandbanks, and a mysterious plant system.
5. Hai Van Pass
This way is so charming that a lot of people, especially craven people, want to make a journey along Hai Van Pass by motorbike. This way also appeared in a reality TV show named Top Gear in 2008 of England. The producer, Jeremy Clarkson said: “Hai Van Pass is one of the most beautiful seaside roads in the world, like a wonderful wild silk”.
The Hai Van pass (Source: Internet)
Located at the height of 500 meters above the sea level, this 23-kilometer pass crosses the majestic slopes of Truong Son Mountain and stretches along the East Sea. One side is high mounts, the other side is deep sea, it’s one of the most alluring landscapes that you must see when planning a trip to Vietnam.
6. Nha Trang Beach
Nha Trang was ranked on the list of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Its wonderful beauty is one of the greatest pride of the local people. Nha Trang beach is a favorite site for not only the splendid scenery with blue sea and long white sandbanks, but also pristine islands with a virtual coral ecosystem. It’s fair when Nha Trang is named “the Pearl of the Eastern Ocean”.
Nha Trang beach (Source: Internet)
These are some best attractions of Vietnam that you shouldn’t miss if you’re planning a trip to Vietnam. Don’t just listen, let’s come and explore!