Vietnam Travel Guide

by Ontravlex
Aerial view of floating fishing village and rock island in Halong Bay, Vietnam

Vietnam went through a lot of wars, foreign occupations, and civil unrest in the 20th century. It is now a reunified country with a lot to offer tourists, including modern cities, colonial towns, beach resorts, traditional villages, archaeological sites, and islands that look like they are from another planet.

Vietnam, a long, narrow country wedged between the South China Sea and the borders of Laos and Cambodia, is home to a wide variety of stunning landscapes, from the verdant rice terraces and forested mountains of the north to the picturesque valleys of the central highlands, the fertile delta, and the beautiful beaches of the south.

Cities like Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) and Da Nang, as well as the country’s capital, Hanoi, are bustling metropolises full of contemporary architecture, pagodas, hotels, restaurants, museums, and nightclubs. Royal palaces, imperial tombs, and colonial buildings may be seen in Hue and Hoi An, two of Vietnam’s oldest towns. Northern Vietnam’s charming Sapa town is a great starting point for trips to the country’s highlands and indigenous hill tribes.

The Mekong Delta is often depicted in the media as being filled with rice fields, floating marketplaces, fruit orchards, and farmers wearing conical hats. Nha Trang is a beautiful beach resort city that many people visit for scuba diving and honeymoons. My Son is an archaeological site with ancient remains, and Ha Long Bay is a must-see if you can’t believe its hazy, otherworldly aspect in pictures.

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