12 beautiful places in vietnam

     
Vietnam immediately captivates visitors with its rich heritage and striking natural beauty. Bordered by mountains to the east và the South Đài Loan Trung Quốc Sea khổng lồ the west, with the Red River and Mekong deltas at the country’s north và south ends, the country’s diverse landscape encompasses white-svà beaches, rice paddies, và lush jungles. Here are some of the best towns and cities in Vietnam, bookable through Culture Trip.

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Hội An is a Unesteo World Heritage Site and one of Vietnam’s most important tourist destinations. With wonderful cuisine, intriguing history, & irresistible charm, Hội An is one of the Vietnam giới cities that best matches many travellers’ ideas of what Vietphái mạnh is lượt thích. A major port between the 16th and 18th centuries, it owes its beauty khổng lồ a combination of Asian & European influences. Small enough lớn explore on foot, Hội An’s streets are dotted with Chinese temples, lively food markets and wooden-fronted shophouses. Galleries selling local artwork và laid-baông chồng open-air cafes add a charming, bohemian element. There is also an annual lantern festival, which takes place along the Hoai phong River. Electric lights are turned off, và the streets lit by colourful lanterns & the glow of the moon.
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Once a sleepy fishing village, Mũi Né is now a favourite weekend getaway destination for immigrants living the Vietnam urban life in nearby Ho Chi Minch City, known previously as Saigon. Despite its increasing popularity with tourists, the town retains an invitingly low-key atmosphere. Its nine-mile beach is lined with low-rise resorts, restaurants and shops. The cất cánh is a well-known hot spot for wind và kite surfing, thanks khổng lồ wind levels that are relatively consistent throughout the year. If you need a break from the beach, take a tour of the surrounding sand dunes. These dunes actually help create the town’s pleasant microclimate, causing rainfall to be relatively minimal even during the country’s wet season.
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At an altitude of 1.5km (about a mile) above sầu sea cấp độ, Đà Lạt offers year-round cool weather và serene mountain scenery. This quaint đô thị was once a favourite retreat of Vietnamese emperors & French colonials eager to lớn escape the country’s summer heat. The European influences are still noticeable in the French colonial architecture found in the city’s central area, where the streets are lined with red-roofed stone buildings. With lovely churches, markets, winding streets and colourful gardens, the đô thị is a wonderful place for strolling. The surrounding area offers lakes, forests và waterfalls – perfect for trekking, biking và rock-climbing.


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Nha Trang is a đô thị in Vietphái mạnh that’s trang chủ to lớn some of the country’s top beaches and dive sites. The city’s 6km (4mi) crescent-shaped beach is set against a picturesque mountain backdrop. Aside from soft sands, the shoreline offers a pleasant promenade, sculpture parks, & scenic gardens. Dozens of local companies offer day-trips khổng lồ the more than trăng tròn islands found just off the coast, where you can enjoy hiking and snorkelling. Towards the centre of the thành phố, you’ll find some fantastic restaurants as well as the Po Nagar Cmê mệt Temple, which dates bachồng lớn the eighth century.

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The largest city in the Mekong Delta, Cần Thơ sits at the meeting point of several different waterways. It’s an igiảm giá base for visiting the nearby floating markets, with canals và rivers filled with an astonishing variety of boats và ships. Cần Thơ’s lovely riverfront is lined with sculpture gardens & some of the region’s best restaurants. The backstreets give rise to lớn a few unique temples and a buzzing night market, plus a short trip outside of the thành phố will bring you khổng lồ beautiful countryside landscapes covered with rice fields.


Located 120km (75mi) south of Ho Chi Minch City, Vũng Tàu is a popular beach destination for locals and expats looking lớn escape the thành phố. Set in a gorgeous location on a peninsula, with ocean on three sides, the thành phố is pleasantly scruffy with wide boulevards & grvà colonial-era buildings. The boardwalk along Bai Sau, also known as Bachồng Beach, is lined with seafood restaurants and shops. The thành phố has a fairly large population of Christians, accounting for the statue of Jesus mix towards the north, a smaller version of Rio de Janeiro’s Christ the Redeemer.
Set at a meeting point of a tributary linking the Bassac and Mekong rivers, Châu Đốc is the closest city khổng lồ the Vietnamese-Cambodian border crossing. Locals are known for being especially friendly, with the city’s pastel-coloured cửa hàng fronts adding lớn its already-cheerful ambiance. With large Khmer, Cmê man và Chinese communities, the city is also interesting from a cultural perspective sầu. Chechồng out the vibrant main market & then wander along the pretty waterfront promenade nearby. Take the ferry across the river khổng lồ visit Chau Doc’s largest mosque.


A popular day-trip from Sapa, Bắc Hà also serves as a more low-key base for exploring the country’s northern highlands & hill tribe villages. Set at 1.2km (nearly a mile) above sầu sea level, the town is fringed by cone-shaped mountains. This quiet town comes to life on Sundays when ethnic-minority villagers such as the Dao, Flower Hao ước, Tay, Nung và Giay people come khổng lồ the town for its bustling market. Everything from textiles & handbags khổng lồ livestoông xã is traded. On many market days, Flower Hmuốn singers perform captivating songs to entertain market-goers.

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Another Unesco World Heritage Site, Huế was Vietnam’s Imperial City and later the capital of the country’s Nguyen emperors. Although the town was devastated by wars with the French & the Americans in the 19th and 20th centuries, it’s still filled with enthralling tombs, temples, and palaces. The Perfume River (Sông Hương) winds through the thành phố, with the Forbidden City looming over its north bank. Dating baông xã to the early 19th century, this citadel stretches for three miles along the town’s waterfront. The Perfume River itself is delightfully atmospheric, dotted with houseboats, long-tail vessels và rồng boats.


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