The most beautiful places in Vietnam

Vietnam is a great combination of exoticism, comfort, and a wonderful holiday. More recently, the tourist network has begun to grow rapidly here and tourism has developed rapidly. But despite the rapid growth, there are still unexplored places. Vietnam is a variety of climatic conditions. In the northern part of the country, the weather changes in this way: first, a short spring, which is replaced by a warm spring, then comes a hot summer, and, finally, golden autumn with an Indian summer. There are some problems with the weather in the southern part.

There are two seasons here – the rainy season and the drought season. But all this will not prevent you from having a good time and relaxing. The territory of Vietnam is divided into areas with different climatic conditions. And you can always choose the area for recreation that suits you.

A vacation in Vietnam is a comfort, a highlight, and a prestige. A vacation in this amazing country will bring you an unforgettable experience, and you will be satisfied. In addition, it is the most interesting country, which is famous for its ancient dragon legends.

Today Vietnam is at the stage of economic growth, and the country is beginning to gain momentum in the development of not only the economy but also other spheres of human life. In addition, it is one of the countries that occupy a leading place in terms of the availability of recreational resources on its territory.

On the territory of the country, numerous attractions can be seen only here and nowhere else. These are the palace complexes of the East of Hoi An, Ha Long Bay, and several thousand islands. Vietnam is famous not only for its historical buildings and structures but also for modern tourist areas. The most popular among them are the beaches of the South China Sea.


Relaxing on the beach is a great combination of hot sun, sandy beach, azure sea, and cool breeze that blows slightly from the sea. What beach can do without the active sport of diving? Probably none. Here you can immerse yourself in the aquatic world and enjoy the amazing underwater landscapes.

Numerous hotels of various levels are located on the coast. Nevertheless, all hotels offer the highest level of service, the best specialists, and cozy rooms. On the territory of each hotel, there are SPA complexes, massage rooms, and hairdressers. In medical complexes, I use a special clay that will rejuvenate your body and improve your health and mood. Those who do not trust doctors can use alternative medicine, which is based on the art of Vietnamese healers. All medicinal tinctures include ingredients such as snakes, rare herbs, bird nests, or marine inhabitants.


If you are not indifferent to ski resorts, then a vacation in Vietnam is perfect for you. Clean mountain air, good weather, coniferous forests, as well as magnificent mountain landscapes will lift your mood, and you will get such a charge of energy that no spleen and depression will be able to knock you off your feet. In every city in the country, you will find something unique, interesting, and mysterious.

You will be able to get to know more about the history of Vietnam and the sights of the country.

Ho Chi Minh

Ho Chi Minh City is not only the heart of Vietnam but also the soul. In addition, it is the largest city, which is at the same time the official capital of Vietnam. The city is divided into numerous streets where life is in full swing. There are shops, bars, cafes, and stalls on every street. Ho Chi Minh City is a great combination of ancient traditions and a modern lifestyle.

Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam

Here you can visit the Ben Tan Market, the Museum of Military Relics, the Giag Lam Pagoda, the Cathedral of Our Lady, and the Reunification Palace. You can also hear traditional Vietnamese music at the Conservatory. Not far from Saigon, only 60 kilometers away, you can see Ku Chi or, as they also call it, Ku Chi Tunnels. This is the place where the fighters of the Vietnam Resistance lived during the Vietnam War. Here they slept, ate, and fought for their country. Here you can see a variety of items that were left after the war.

Da Lat

The city of Da Lat is located in the southern part of the country and is rightfully considered the pearl of Vietnam.

Da Lat, Vietnam

This is the place from where you can start your tour of the mountains. The main attraction is the Guesthouse and Hang Nga Gallery. The gallery houses paintings by various artists. Another name for this gallery is “Strange House”. Maybe that’s why it got its name because elements of different styles and cultures are represented here. The gallery was opened by Dang Viet Nga. It was in honor of this artist that the gallery was named.

Bao Dai

Be sure to check out Emperor Bao Dai’s palace. Here you can see a variety of exhibits that you will remember. You will get a lot of pleasure from walking around the French quarter, the valley of love, which is located near the central part of the city.

In addition, you can go horseback riding, cycling or just hiking around the city and enjoy the charming scenery of nature. One of the excursions is a trip to the village of Lat and the Chicken Village. If you want to get to know the culture, traditions, and customs of Vietnam better, go to the Sapa district.

An excursion to this city is great for newlyweds and just young and energetic people who can take the best out of life. Getting here will not cause you any problems, as there is an airport near the city and buses are constantly running that can take you from one city to another.

Nha Trang

In Nha Trang, you can see the main sights of the city such as the Long Song Pagoda, the Sounding Towers of Po Nagar, and the fishing port. Hue will delight you with a huge Citadel, which was built during the reign of Emperor Gia Long. Here you can see Nine Sacred Cannons, Nine Dynastic Urns, Ngo Mon Gate, Tai Hoa Palace of Supreme Harmony, and Mandarin Halls. You will also be able to see the Royal Tombs of the Nguyen dynasty, and numerous museums, and swim along the Perfume River in the city. And, of course, numerous restaurants, bars, magnificent beaches, and local markets. Halong Bay is famous for its grottoes. The most famous and interesting are the three-chamber caves, Han Dau Guo, and Sien Kun Caves.


The capital of this beautiful country is the city of Hanoi. Hanoi is the most popular place among tourists. The landscape of the city is simply amazing: numerous green parks, boulevards, and blue lakes.

Complementing all this beauty is a culture that has preserved a huge number of attractions. Hanoi is a wonderful and simply unusual combination of ancient French-style architecture and modern buildings and structures.

The most striking architectural examples are monuments, towers, streets of the Old Quarter, the Pagoda of Aromas, and the Literary Temple of Wang Mew. The city of Hatin is famous for its snow-white beaches, seawater, and small fishing villages. Here you can see black pepper plantations and limestone mountains. The area of Mount Sham is famous for its architectural buildings. Among them, there are a huge number of various temples and pagodas.

You will be able to make excursions to such cities, regions, resorts, and areas of Vietnam as the Western part of the Central Highlands, Hoi An, Sapa, Dinbinfu, and the Mekong Delta. There are numerous parks located in the territory of the country, which is interesting for their diverse flora and fauna.

In the National Park, you can see animals such as spotted deer, and yellow macaque. It is home to more than 300 species of birds. You can enjoy the beautiful scenery of Cat Ba Island, its magnificent mangrove forests, waterfalls, lakes with crystal clear water, tropical forests, coral reefs, caves, grottoes, and beaches. Squirrels, hedgehogs, wild boars, monkeys, deer, waterfowl, seals, and dolphins live on the island.

2 thoughts on “The most beautiful places in Vietnam”

  1. Vietnam is next on my list! There’s something about the Asian culture and way of life that I always found intriguing. I just came back from Bali – which felt like heaven after a couple of rough years – and now I’m planning next year’s trip to Hanoi. Fingers crossed the pandemic doesn’t mess it up all over again…

  2. If you had the chance to spend a whole month in Vietnam would you make your own itinerary or use guides? We’ll be traveling as a group so I’m guessing if we use our common sense safety won’t be an issue.

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