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Places You Should See in Vietnam



Vietnam's beaches are known as being some of the best in the world. Nha Trang is a perfect combination of a long sandy beach, shaded under palm trees and with a vibrant town with restaurants and bars to pass the evenings. Boat trips take you out to the nearby islands, and divers can explore the nearby coral reefs. Furthermore, try Vung Tau (South east of Ho Chi Minh City) for some great snorkeling around the many islands, or go east of Phan Thiet to the Mui Ne sand dunes which stretch for miles. Whatever your budget there will be a resort to suit you. Relax in hammocks on the sandy beaches or have a go at the many water sports on offer.

Cao Dai Temples

Head out to Tay Ninh to see the midday service of the colourful Cao Dai sect that's held in a large temple that's almost Disney-esque in style. You'll see the worshippers in their red, blue and yellow robes, singing hymns to the accompaniment of a traditional orchestra. On the way, scramble through the Cu Chi tunnels where the Vietnamese Communists successfully launched attacks against U.S. forces.


Dalat is as far as most people go into the Central Highlands, stunning mountains, incredible views and picturesque waterfalls are all to be found in abundance here. You are assured of a warm welcome at Buon Ma Thuot; a coffee growing region and home of the Montagnards. The Ho Chi Minh Trail can be easily reached from Kontum.

Da Lat

To avoid the heat of the plains, head to the city of Da Lat, this is a former colonial hill station. With a style that is reminiscent of a French city, faded and elegant villas are evocative of another era. It was historically populated by colonists from Saigon, who went in search of a cooler climate. The romantic lake and mountain scenery is a magnet for honeymooners in Vietnam.

Ha Long Bay

Although this is a tourist haven (if you take a boat trip you will be one of dozens of tourist boats), it deserves its fantastic reputation as Ha long Bay is one of the most impressive sights in the world. Take the opportunity to rent kayaks, and canoe between the limestone karsts rising dramatically from the sea. Take the chance to spend the night on a boat, and explore the caves hidden deep in the islands, go past floating villages at night and enjoy a sunset on the top deck - an enchanting experience full of opportunities for keen photographers.

Hanoi is a city of contrasts with wide boulevards, lined by beautiful buildings from the French colonial quarter but also hiding a maze of narrow streets of the old town. Wherever you are in the city, you will never be far from the noisy bustle of the lively city.

Ho Chi Minh City
Glittering skyscrapers sit next to dilapidated buildings, and crumbling colonial houses. Monks pass luxury car showrooms, collecting alms whilst walking along the sun-baked streets filled with motorcycle horns. The busy Saigon River is in continuous use, with small boats and ferries weaving their way through the larger vessels.

Historical tour of Ho Chi Minh City
Experience the history of the Vietnam war by walking along parts of the Ho Chi Minh trail, which was used as a supply route by the North Vietnamese during the war. You may be interested to explore the network of tunnels excavated by the Vietnamese Communists; from which they launched frequent attacks on U.S. forces. For a taste of the life scramble through an underground tunnel which is quite narrow (even though it's been extended for Western tourists!)

Hoi An
Here you can wind down narrow streets with houses above their small shop, relax at a riverside bar and enjoy the delicious local cuisine. This is the place to buy souvenirs, silk products, T-shirts and intricately made ceramics. Whatever you do make sure you treat yourself to having clothes made by one of many tailors.

The former imperial city of Hue is crammed with wonderful sights. The Citadel (which was destroyed by the war and tropical weather, and is gradually being repaired); the Thien Mu Pagoda on the riverside, where monks congregate with travellers, or see the Royal tombs, each unique in style.

Mekong River Delta
Discover the underwater world of the Mekong River Delta, where the channels cross the Mekong River. The delta land provides a fertile place to develop the broad swathes of rice and fruit. Discover  riverside towns, floating markets and small riverside industries - be sure to spend night in a home-stay with a family of farmers.

River Market
Markets in the Mekong River Delta are an unmissable experience. Life here is dominated by the mighty Mekong and most of Vietnam's rice is harvested here, and markets are still an essential part of life in the south. Get up early to experience the floating market of Can Tho at its bustling best. Dozens of wooden boats (many who have seen better days) carry fresh fruits and vegetables into the market. Smaller boats weave through them to carry buyers about, whilst the morning air is filled with the sound of vendors calling out bargain prices.

Sapa Hill Tribes
Sapa's captivating mountainous landscape is home to several hill tribe villages where life continues much unchanged as it did 100 years ago. Many can be reached by jeep, but to get the remoter village be prepared to hike. The reward is a night in a brilliant stilt house with families dressed in richly coloured traditional clothes.

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