TRAVEL IN VIETNAM

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After 2 years of stagnating by the pandemic, the tourism industry is now rising strongly. More and more people want to travel. The tourist attractions in Vietnam are also more crowded because of that. Here are some places tourists can refer to when planning to visit Vietnam.

  1. Ha Long Bay

Ha Long Bay is a popular tourist site that belongs to Ha Long city, the provincial capital of Quang Ninh province. It is about 200 kilometers from Ha Noi to Ha Long city. This landscape was recognized by UNESCO as a UNESCO World Heritage site in northeast Vietnam

With more than 1600 islands and islets, the bay creates a breathtaking limestone seascape spanning an area of more than 1500 square kilometers. This heritage is special because it commemorates moments that shaped and advanced Vietnam’s history. Beautiful landscapes have also been bestowed onto this location by Mother Nature.

Bo Hon island, which is home to a variety of flora and animals, should not be missed if you have the chance to visit Ha Long. Don’t forget to visit Yen Tu mountain, where the revered Yen Tu pagoda is linked to both the Truc Lam Zen sect and the Vietnamese Tran Dynasty. Another option is Dragon Park, a location with a huge selection of games.

When visiting Ha Long, you should try local food there. Seafood is really fresh and delicious, you must try it at least once, especially grilled squid. Ha Long is also very famous for pearl yogurt, a dish that is very popular with young people.

Furthermore, everything here has reasonable prices. And the local people are really hospitability.

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  1. Hoi An ancient town.

In the lower reaches of the Thu Bon River, in the province of Quang Nam, sits the historic town of Hoi An. This town dates back to the sixteenth century. In 1999, UNESCO designated the historic town of Hoi An as a World Heritage Site. Millions of tourists visit Hoi An each year because of its lengthy history and timeless beauty.

With more than 1000 architectural relics, including roadways, communal homes, pagodas, temples, and old tombs, Hoi An still possesses the historical characteristics inherent in the past. You’ll be taken aback when you visit and notice the historic buildings that are infused with Vietnamese national culture.

The great thing about Hoi An is that it is small enough for visitors to explore on foot. Attractions are often close to each other, easy to walk from one place to another. This place has streets only for pedestrians. Coming to Hoi An, we can enjoy the fresh air, without the noisy sounds and dust of vehicles. Therefore, Hoi An has attracted a lot of tourists who want to relax after experiencing bustling and crowded cities.

Hoi An provides two wonderful beaches that are five kilometers from the town center for individuals who enjoy the sea, sun, and sand. It’s great fun to rent a bike and ride around town while taking in the calm ambiance. 

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Hoi An Riverside is best seen at night, when the area is lighted by exquisite vintage lanterns, making for a romantic and scenic backdrop for photos.

Hoi An is famous for having delicious food at affordable prices. The meal’s highlights frequently include regional dishes like banh mi (Vietnamese baguette) and Cao Lau (a pork noodle dish).

  1. Nha Trang Beach

The provincial capital of Khanh Hoa on Vietnam’s South Central Coast is the seaside town of Nha Trang. Nha Trang has gained popularity over the past few years because of its clean coastline, top scuba diving center in Vietnam, as well as a variety of fun attractions, and mouthwatering cuisine.

In addition to being surrounded by mountain ranges on all three sides, Nha Trang also offers the stunning landscape of a primary forest, waterfall, and high mountain peaks floating in the gentle clouds. The “second Da Lat of Vietnam” is Hon Ba Peak, which is 60 kilometers from the city center and rises to a height of 7578 meters. The fresh air and comfortable temperature here will definitely calm your emotions. Scientists claim that more than 40 rare floras and more than 60 endangered species are extinct on Hon Ba Mountain.

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Furthermore, Nha Trang’s stunning beaches, hot springs, diversified fish population, and active coral reef have made it one of the best locations for scuba diving and snorkeling. The best weather for swimming and tanning will be available to visitors to Nha Trang between January and August.

The indigenous cuisine of Nha Trang, which includes mostly seafood, will surprise visitors. Since Nha Trang is well-known for creating the best fish sauce in Vietnam, fish sauce plays a vital role in the secret recipe for cooking Nha Trang specialties and making dipping sauce.

Grilled rolls, rice vermicelli with grilled fish and jellyfish, and fresh seafood are among the most well-liked delicacies. The swallow’s nest soup is one of the tastiest food in Vietnam, however, its cost is really high.

  1. Hà Nội Capital

Hà nội Capital is a place that visitors can not miss when traveling to Vietnam. Our capital belongs to the Red river delta region. That place is the heart of the whole country, a treasure trove of thousands of years of civilization.

It serves as one of the country’s main political, cultural, and economic centers. It will surprise you when you get there as the pace is fresh and active. The infrastructure is enormous and pretty spectacular. Along the avenues, there are numerous skyscrapers, malls, and office buildings.

For a very long time, Hanoi’s 36 streets were well-known. Each street is a distinct neighborhood with its own special attributes. The majority of locals are courteous, tolerant, and refined. They enjoy providing directions to guests and even inviting them to stay at their homes. They also put in a ton of effort and give everything they have. The majority of their time is spent working and raising their kids.

It is impossible to see the One-Pillar Pagoda, the Temple of Literature, the President Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, the Bat Trang Pottery Village, and other attractions while in Hanoi. They have to do with the growth and continued existence of Hanoi, Vietnam.

The special dishes served here, like Vong Rice, Trang Tien ice cream, and Ho Tay shrimp cake, will draw us in.

  1. Conclusion

After experiencing difficulties during the pandemic, Vietnam’s tourism industry is gradually recovering, and many agencies, as well as hotels, have also improved their service quality. Besides the places mentioned above, Vietnam has many other attractive and interesting destinations. It is true that throughout this S-shaped strip of land, there are beautiful scenes everywhere, everywhere can become a tourist destination. Vietnam not only has breathtaking scenery and amazing food, but it also draws readers with its friendliness and hospitality. Additionally, unlike many other nations in the world, Vietnam is not a tourist destination with high expenditures. If you visit Vietnam, you can enjoy numerous special experiences that are available only here, such as riding a cyclo and eating bun cha, pho, and bread. In our nation, there are many interesting things to choose from.

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