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Things to Do & See for Wonderful Vietnam Tours

Vietnam, situated in Southeast Asia, is a beautiful country with victorious history, unique culture, and magnificent natural landscapes. When traveling to Vietnam, you will be mesmerized by exotic cities, beautiful beaches, mysterious caves as well as many French colonial structures and traditional villages. Vietnam is definitely a land of smiles, warm hospitality, and generosity, where you will be welcomed by friendly smiles and get kind helps from the locals. Many simple but surprising things in this splendid country are waiting you to explore. To make your trip in Vietnam easier and help you get the wonderful experience, the list of things to do & see in Vietnam below has been created for you.

Trek Hill Tribe Villages in Sapa

In the northwest area of Vietnam, Sapa promises a wonderful destination for you when paying a visit to Vietnam. Sapa welcomes tourists from all around the world to come and admire the beauties of terraced rice fields, the ethnicity of tribal groups and the peaceful atmosphere of the highland town. Come to Sapa, you should take a trek to one of the ethnic villages to immerse yourself in the unique culture. Cat Cat village and Muong Hoa valley have some of the best trekking trails in the north of Vietnam. Also, enjoy both cultural ethnicity and natural scenery. Sapa in Vietnam Tour Especially, Fansipan Mountain can be a real challenge for those who want to conquer the “roof of Indochina” because it requires a high level of physical fitness. Thus, you should find a help from a reliable local tour operator for your safety and a better experience.

Explore the Capital City of Hanoi

Existing for more than 1000 years, Hanoi – the capital of Vietnam – attracts foreign tourists with the charms of the old and the new. There are a lot of things to do for your trip in Hanoi: Hanoi Vietnam TourHanoi is packed with fascinating historical attractions including French colonial buildings and ancient pagodas, especially in the Old Quarter where you can jump in a cyclo and take a tour to explore the atmosphere of the streets. Hoan Kiem Lake, in the heart of the Old Quarter, is surrounded by shopping streets and great local eateries. Also, you can visit the Hoa Lo Prison Museum, the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum…, go shopping at the Dong Xuan market, and enjoy some peace at West Lake…West Lake Hanoi Tour in Vietnam Better still, Hanoi is heaven for all food lovers. You can find the best delicacies at many restaurants with a suitable price. Besides, the variety of street food is the reason why Hanoi gets so much love from locals & tourists. Some delicious dishes that you should try are goi cuon, banh cuon, banh tom, pho…

Cruise on Ha Long Bay

Designated by UNESCO as world heritage two times, Ha Long Bay is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Vietnam. You will be mesmerized by the sight of thousands of limestone islets scattering on the green ocean of Ha Long. Halong Bay Vietnam Tour The best way to admire the magnificent beauties of Ha Long is getting lost in bay. These are some activities that you should not miss:
• Visit fantastic limestone caves such as Dau Go Cave, Surprising Cave, Virgin Cave
• Watch sunset on the world’s wonder bay from the cruise’s sundeck
• Cook Vietnamese dishes with well-known chef
• Enjoy Vietnamese and Western Buffet on cruise at night
• See the daily life of locals adapting on the water by visiting Cua Van fishing village
• Explore Tuan Chau island and Bai Tu Long Bay to enjoy the primitive natural beauties

Get lost in Hoi An Ancient Town

Hoi An Ancient Town is a perfect mix of ancient & modern culture as Japanese bridge, Chinese temple, French cafés… Listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1999, Hoi An Town attracts tourists by its unique classic cityscapes. Hoi An Ancient Town Vietnam Lying quite close to the banks of the picturesque of Thu Bon river, the ancient town of Hoi An is a must-visit destination for visitors who love the ancient beauty. Especially, in the Lantern Festival, enchanting and shimmering paper lanterns flowing toward the dark sky and floating along the poetic river makes such a mysterious sight. These are some interesting activities that you shouldn’t ignore when visiting Hoi An:
• Cruise on the poetic Thu Bon River
• Taste Hoi An unique delicacies, namely chicken rice, Quang noodles, dried noodles, wonton, Hoi An dumplings
• Visit Ann Tailor for a free tailor-made item of clothing
• Visit My Son Sanctuary – the remnants of a holy land once belong to the ancient Champa Kingdom
Best tip for Hoi An: Move around and keep walking because there are many corners you can explore. At night, the city is lightened up, the best time to take a series of nice photos.

Beach break in Nha Trang

Nha Trang is known as the city of blue waves and sunlight. One of the best things to do in this beach city is chilling on the sandy shore to enjoy the wonderful seascape. Also, you can join a series of exciting outdoor activities: swimming in the crystalline water, kite-flying, squid fishing, wave-surfing, diving, etc. Or you can wander the coastal city, discover its hidden charm by visiting local markets, handicraft villages. Nha Trang also has delicious and various seafood for your dream BBQ party. Nha Trang Holiday in Vietnam Moreover, you can take a city tour to visit other famous attractions in Nha Trang including Ponagar Tower, ancient houses along Cai River and Bao Dai Palace – where the last Emperor of Vietnam lived.

Visit Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) – A Bustling Metropolis

Known by its former name of Saigon, Ho Chi Minh City is the largest financial and commercial hub in Vietnam. The city owns itself both the magnificent beauty of a metropolis and simple but surprising things. It is home to a lot of French colonial structures and war relics from the Vietnam War, modern buildings, fancy restaurants & bars, luxurious hotels along with various famous tourist destinations. Wonderful Vietnam Tour in Ho Chi Minh City District 1, the central business zone, is the area that attracts a large number of both domestic and foreign tourists. For the adventurous experience, head to more authentic and interesting neighboring districts such as District 3, Phu Nhuan or Binh Thanh. Besides, Ho Chi Minh City is considered as “The City That Never Sleeps” due to the vibrant nightlife. To enjoy the amazing atmosphere of nightlife in Saigon, you should not miss the Bui Vien Walking Street. The city is also the “shopping paradise” and “the world of street food”. You can comfortably go shopping, try Vietnamese dishes and admire the beautiful space. Suggested places: Reunification Palace, Cu Chi Tunnels, Bitexco Tower & Sky Deck, Bui Vien Walking Street, Nguyen Hue Walking Street, Ben Thanh Market…

Explore the Authentic Mekong Delta

Mekong Delta can be seen as the “Rice Bowl” of Vietnam, the magical land with immense beauty and cultural charms. This area is the ultimate example of the tropical climate with its unique landscapes, endless green paddy fields, and hundreds of fruit orchards. There are many simple but surprising things waiting to be explored such as cruising through small zigzag canals under the shadow of water coconut trees, visiting floating markets and witnessing the slow pace of resident’s life, visiting orchards and tasting fresh fruits, savoring the Mekong Delta specialties… You will have the chance to feast your eyes on beautiful sights of green rice paddies and orchards laden with fruits as well as see how the locals make coconut candies. Mekong Delta in Vietnam Tour Suggested places: Cai Rang Floating Market, Cai Be Floating, Phong Dien Floating Market, Cai Be Orchard, Cu Lao Binh An Garden…