2020 – Vietnam: Destinations of the wonderful things
Vietnam – Holidays are the quintessential necessity of one’s life, holidaying is that necessity which everyone deserves. It is expected to be relaxing and as a source of gathering further energy to continue with our daily routine, so, if you’re planning to go on a Vacation to Vietnam, let us tell you it is a scenic and spectacular travel destination. With the collage of Vietnam tourist places like mountains & deep valleys, rivers & seas, sparkling white sand beaches, delta creeks, sand dunes, monuments, sanctuaries, and national park, Vietnam is a complete package.
There are numerous things to see in Vietnam. None should be skipped. Here is a detailed list of the best places to visit in Vietnam. Scroll down and pick your choices before planning a holiday to Vietnam.
If you want to time travel and know more about the glorious history of Vietnam, you must visit the Hanoi region of the country. Complemented with temples, amazing theatres, ancient citadels, and other splendors, this region is really one of the best places to visit in Vietnam. So, while you are in this country, visit Hanoi and don’t miss the following places.
Best Time To Visit Hanoi: October and November are the best months to visit Hanoi. The days are not too hot. There is little rainfall and plenty of sunshine.
1. Imperial Citadel Of Thang Long – Where History Comes Alive
As a place of the former political centre of the country for 13 uninterrupted centuries, Imperial Citadel of Thang Long is one of the most famous Vietnam tourist spots. A World Heritage Site since 2010, this place is a glorious vintage fortress that reflects the remnants of Vietnamese military power. Archaeological expeditions have found out relics of age-old roads, palaces, wells, ponds, potteries, coins, and many other war remnants.
Don’t Miss: Gallery displaying excavated items like bronze coins from China, communications equipment of renowned Vietnamese General Vo Nguyen Giap, bunkers used in American War, and replica model of the citadel
Opening Hours: 8 am – 11:30 am and 1:30 am – 5 pm
Entry Fee: VND 30,000*
*1000 VND = INR 3.02
2. Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum – Sanctity And Serenity
Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum is a piece of spectacular marble construction, built with materials collected from all over the country. This monumental marble architecture is quite popular and one of the most visited places to visit in Vietnam. Ho Chi Minh’s pale body is well-preserved in a glass sarcophagus inside the building.
This place is closed from September 4th to November 4th when Ho Chi Minh’s body is taken to Russia for annual maintenance and preservation procedures. People of Vietnam regard this as a sacred place hence there are certain restrictions for visitors.
Note: It is not allowed to wear short clothes, hats, and tank tops inside the premises. Talking on the phone and clicking pictures is strictly prohibited. Also note, nobody is allowed to walk inside keeping his hands inside the pocket.
Don’t Miss: The ceremony of change of guard outside the mausoleum
Opening Hours: 8 am – 11 am; Saturday – Thursday
Entry fee: VND 10,000
3. Hoan Kiem Lake And Ngoc Son – Have A Nice Family Time
If you are traveling with your family and want to spend a day with fun and laughter this is the place where you should head towards. The lake is also popular as Turtle Lake and is famous for the natural beauty around. And to emphasize the beauty more, there is Ngoc Son Temple in the middle of the lake. Linked by a small bridge to the mainland, the island and the temple is the awesome place where you can take some great pictures with a fantastic background.
Don’t Miss: Tai Chi Practise and Line Dancing
Entry Fee: VND 20,000 per person
4. Vietnam Museum Of Ethnology – Learn About Different Ethnic Groups
This museum in Vietnam is one of the few that are based on the various ethnic groups of the country. Vietnam Museum of Ethnology was constructed in 1997 and many changes have been brought to the place over a period of time. The architect Ha Duc Linh has done a brilliant job in designing the building and was himself a member of one of the ethnic groups of Vietnam.
Don’t Miss: 54 ethnic groups that have been represented in the museum
Opening Hours: 8:30 am – 5:30 pm
Entry Fee: VND 40,000, VND 10,000 (for pupil), VND 15,000 (for college students)
5. Vietnam Military History Museum – Take A Journey Back In Time
This history museum is amongst the 7 national museums in the country of Vietnam. If you have a thing for military weapons, then this place is a must visit for people like you. The museum was constructed on July 17th in the year 1956. There are various things on display that reminds the visitors of the Vietnam war.
Don’t Miss: wide number of arms and guns on display that will take you to the battlefield of Vietnam
Opening Hours: 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
Entry Fee: VND 30,000
6. Temple Of Literature – Come Closer To Vietnamese Culture
If you want to learn about the cultural aspects of Vietnam, then a visit to this place is a must. Temple of Literature is considered as the Temple of Confucius. This temple is also a host to the first national university of Vietnam, the Imperial Academy. The construction of this temple started in the year 1070 during the reign of Emperor Lý Thánh Tông. The architecture and aura of this place define the Vietnamese historicity.
Opening Hours: opened throughout the day
Entry Fee: VND 30,000 (for adults), VND 15,000 (for students)
Ho Chi Minh City
You may still know this region at its old name, Saigon. It is the largest city in Vietnam and also the commercial hub where you will find anything, from history to the best entertainment zone, the scrumptious food zone to places to hang out with kiddos.
Best Time To Visit Ho Chi Minh City: May – November is the best time to visit Ho Chi Minh city. Tropical downpours can be expected during these months. However, travel is seldom affected by rain. The region is lush and green during these months.
7. War Remnants Museum – A Blast From The Past
One of the popular tourist places in Vietnam, the War Remnant Museum displays various items and relics of different wars of the world history. A variety of weapons, armoured vehicles, bombs, bunkers, tanks, infantry weapons, and artillery items are displayed here. Being one of the must visit places in Vietnam, the museum also houses a section dedicated to photographs and posters of different anti-war movements and drives that happened globally.
Don’t Miss: French weapons and the guillotine tiger cages (used to capture Vietnamese Communist prisoners)
Opening Hours: 7 am – 12:30 pm and 1:30 pm – 5 pm
Entry Fee: VND 150,000
8. Cu Chi Tunnels – A Thrilling Experience For The Brave Hearts
Cu Chi is a sub-surface tunnel network created for communication purpose. This 250 km long Cu Chi tunnel network was dug in 1940 as a place to hide during Vietnam War against France and was later used during American war for the same reason. It comprises of meandering tunnels, dark & narrow branches, hidden doors, weapon storerooms, and secret routes for canals and rivers reaching up to the border of Cambodia.
As it is one of the thrilling places to see in Vietnam, some of the tunnels have been widened for visitors. If you are a brave heart, you must try the superb experience.
Don’t Miss: The two major and most important tunnels – Ben Dinh and Ben Duoc
Opening Hours: 7:30 am – 4:30 pm
Entry Fee: VND 90,000
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9. Mekong Delta – Rustic Charm All The Way
Mekong Delta has a geographical significance, not only because of its delta features but also due to the abundance of rice cultivation on the both the banks. It is one of the must places to visit in Vietnam. The most mesmerising feature of this popular tourist destination is that the houseboats and markets float on rivers & canals that intersect the land.
Don’t Miss: Cruise safari, floating market, and feeding catfish in fish farm
10. Golden Dragon Water Puppet Theatre – Vietnamese Culture
You may have seen different types of puppet shows around the world, but what you get to see here is exclusive. It is water puppetry that was originated almost 1000 years ago in the Red River Delta Region of Vietnam. Each show is of 50 minutes and you can get to peep through the country’s culture and social life within this time. The shows are garnered with live music performances which are additional fun while watching the puppets, telling you a story. You get to listen to traditional Vietnamese music instruments like two-stringed violins, bamboo flutes and so on.
If you want to get a glimpse of Vietnam, visit the Quang Nam Province, especially Hoi An. This historical city is an UNESCO-listed World Heritage Site where you can spend a few days exploring Vietnamese history, culture, and tradition.
Best Time To Visit Hoi An: May – July is the best time to visit Hoi An. It is a perfect beach weather. The tourist footfall is low. So, the hotel prices are also low.
11. Hoi An Ancient Town – Admire The Old World Charm
Hoi An is an ancient coastal town and the former trading post of south-eastern Asia. The vintage town is one of the must see places in Vietnam. The style and architecture of the buildings reflect a perfect amalgamation of the east and the west. Chinese Temples, Japanese Designed Bridge, Pagoda, Old Canal, and French Colonial Houses still reflect the old world charm.
For those who love serenity, Hoi An is an ideal choice where one can relax in their stunning and less crowded beaches or enjoy the nightlife in one of the quaint cafes by the river.
Don’t Miss: An Bang Beach, Cua Dai Beach, Museum of Ceramics, Fujian Assembly Hall, and Central Market
12. My Son Sanctuary – Live With The Champa Kingdom Days
My Son Sanctuary is an ancient site of art and architecture that carries immense historical significance. Located on the coast of present-day central Vietnam, this World Heritage Site was the erstwhile capital of Champa Kingdom. Several partially demolished tower temples dedicated to Lord Shiva make this site one of the most interesting places to see in Vietnam. These spectacular architectural edifices have been raised over a period of 10 centuries (4th to 14th Century AD) and the carvings truly reflect the culture, ethos, history, and heritage of south-east Asia.
Don’t Miss: Temples of Bhadresvara, Prakash Dharma, and Sambhu Barman
Opening hours: 6:30 am – 4:30 pm
13. Cham Island – Treat For The Eyes
Locally known as Cu Lao Cham, this is a small pristine island with amazing landscape. One of the upcoming places to see in Vietnam, the island is rich in marine biodiversity and comprises of many endangered species. A 30 minutes’ speedboat ride from Hoi An is all it takes to reach this Vietnam tourist attraction. The island is known for coral spotting, swimming, diving, and snorkelling. One should spend overnight in the island to experience the most photogenic sunrise.
Don’t Miss: Cruising, diving, snorkelling, and underwater photography
Tip: Try sumptuous seafood, pick traditional handicrafts, and visit the museum near the main jetty to see some archaeological remains.
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14. Phuoc Lam Pagoda – Get Amazed By The Architecture
While you are in Hoi An, you will be amazed to see lots of pagodas and temples. You should not miss Phuoc Lam Pagoda which is really unique in its design and architecture. It is the tranquility around the place that will keep you calm and quiet while you will enjoy the serene beauty of the pagoda. Decorated with potted plants on the porch and the religious statues on the walls, this pagoda is really awesome to spend a day here.
Don’t Miss: The influence of Vietnamese and Chinese culture on the architecture and decoration
Tips: Maintain the silence in the pagoda. Don’t talk loudly or play loud music within the premises
15. Old House Of Phun Hung – Peek Into The Ancient Vietnamese Household
As the name suggests, this place rightly depicts the old charm of the city of Hoi An and Vietnam as a whole. Old House of Phun Hung is full of elements that represent the aspects like trade as well as different local values of the country of Vietnam quite effectively. Since this place appropriately displays the old values of the country, it has been recorded as one of the World Heritage Sites.
Don’t Miss: there’s a gift shop at this place and the interior decor features all the authentic furnishings
Opening Hours: 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
16. Quan Cong Temple – A Spiritually Enriching Experience
This temple was constructed in the year 1653. However, since that year, the temple has been renovated multiple times, keeping the Chinese architecture intact. The name of this temple has been inspired by a Chinese rebel who belonged to the Han Dynasty. The Chinese military general was famous for his dedication as well as integrity towards his nation.
Don’t Miss: temple has beautiful architecture designed with red bricks. The entrance of the temple features two awe-striking dragons
Opening Hours: 10:30 am – 10:00 pm
Entry Fee: NA
As Hue was the old capital of Vietnam, it has seen lots of historical changes in Vietnam. During the Vietnam War, this is the city that suffered the most. Now, it has recovered from those dark days and you can visit lots of museums, tombs, buildings with some other marvels.
Best Time To Visit Hue: January – August is the best time to visit Hue. It is a dry season with light afternoon showers. The temperatures range between mid-twenties and mid-thirties.
17. Complex Of Hue Monuments – Urban Planning Methodologies
The former political, cultural, and spiritual centre of Nguyen dynasty is another historical site of Vietnam. Located in proximity to the Hue city, this is a collection of age-old monuments set amid the Blue Mountains and the meandering Perfume River. The place comprises of former administrative, defence, and cultural headquarters. Also situated right outside the boundary of the complex are several temples.
The Complex of Hue Monuments showcases the perfect example of planning and building processes of a city in a stipulated time period. The layout and the planning demonstrate the essence of feudal urban planning.
Don’t Miss: Hue Citadel, Tran Binh Dai, Tran Hai, Tran Hai Thanh, Dan Nam Giao, Van Mieu, Den Voi Re, and Chua Thien Mu
Opening Hours: 8 am – 6 pm
Entry Fee: VND 150,000
18. The Perfume River – Feel The Aroma In Nature
The name is really interesting, right? You will feel amazing while strolling on the riverside and enjoying the sunset. The aroma coming from the river is because of the rich flora and fauna underwater. It fills the air and you feel the tranquility of nature. Sitting on the riverside and watching the boats is really romantic. If you want an evening alone with your partner, be there.
Don’t Miss: Grab street foods from the vendors or spend the evening in the local cafes. Also, enjoy the local bands performing in many evenings.
Tips: Carry something warm and cozy as the cool breeze from the riverside can give you a shrill during the evening.
19. Pagoda Of The Celestial Lady – Marvel The Architecture
This is a popular seven-storeyed temple in Vietnam that is known for its historicity. The most interesting fact about this temple is that it has usually been a part of the folklore. The temple has been erected atop the Hà Khê hill in the Hương Long ward. This pagoda is also unofficially known to be the symbol of the city of Hue.
Opening Hours: 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Entry Fee: NA
20. Tomb Of Khai Dinh – An Architecturally And Historically Rich Attraction
Also known by the name Ung Mausoleum, the Tomb of Khai Dinh has been established upon the Chau Chu mountain. As the name suggests, the temple was built for the 12th Emperor of the Nguyen Dynasty. The construction of this tomb took 11 years (1920-31) and the architecture is a reflection of the Oriental as well as Occidental influences.
Opening Hours: 7:00 am – 5:30 pm
21. Phu Cam Cathedral – One Of The Biggest Churches
This is a cathedral established atop a hill that was known for its rich orange plantation. The construction of this church commenced in the year 1963 and till 2000 it has gone through various renovations. The modern architecture of Phu Cam Cathedral reflects the expertise of the architect Ngo Viet Thu.
Opening Hours: 5:00 am – 6:30 pm
22. An Hien Garden House – Lose Yourself Amidst The Greens
This is one of the best places to visit in the city of Hue. If you are a nature lover, then this place will definitely leave you all excited. The ancient architecture will give you an insight into the historical aspects of the city as well as the whole country of Vietnam. An Hien Garden House is the ideal place to spend quality time with your loved one in peace.
Opening Hours: 7:00 am – 6:00 pm
Each year, people around the world visit Halong Bay as they get attracted to the spectacular scenic beauty and rich history of the place. There are nearly 2000 islands, hundreds of beaches and around 59 caves and grottos in Halong Bay, waiting to amaze its tourists.
Best Time To Visit Halong: October – April is the best time to visit Halong Bay. the days are warm with clear skies. The weather is perfect for cruising, kayaking, and swimming.
23. Halong Bay – Mind Blowing Karst Landscape
Halong Bay is a picture-postcard destination with its emerald blue water and marine cliffs scattered throughout with magnificent karst topography. Locally known as ‘where the dragon descends into the sea’, this Halong Bay has numerous wind and wave-eroded limestone caves, sinkhole lakes, and grottoes. Located 182 km east of Hanoi, this spectacular bay was tagged as World Heritage Site in 1994 and is one of the most popular places to visit in Vietnam.
Don’t Miss: Cruise tours in and around the Bay
24. Lan Ha Bay – Retreat From The Chaotic World
Unusual to the bays and beach towns, Lan Ha Bay is free from crowd & chaos and among the top unique places to visit in Vietnam. If you are on a honeymoon trip and want to spend some alone time with your spouse, you can head towards this bay. You can hire a sailboat or kayak to explore the bay and reach the areas which are more secluded.
Sapa is one of the best places to visit in North Vietnam. The picturesque destination is surrounded by lofty hills and overlooks the rolling plush green valleys. The topography, the terraced paddy cultivation, and the serene-yet-colourful countryside together has made Sapa an idyllic holiday retreat.
Best Time To Visit Sa Pa: March – April and October – November are the best months to visit Sa Pa. The weather is not too hot. Rainfall is little and there is plenty of sunshine.
25. Ta Phin Village – Stay Away From The Modern Perils
Sa Pa has always been on the top of the list of tourists who want to visit Vietnam. But, this village has been made its place recently on that list. Located 17km west of Sa Pa, this village belongs to the Red Dao’s people who have maintained their traditional lifestyle, away from the touch of modernity.
Tips: The roads towards the village aren’t suitable for cars. So, you can hire bikes and visit the village. The journey is also beautiful with astounding views of the road.
Best Time To Visit Central Coast: February – May is the best time to visit central coast of Vietnam. The weather is in mid-thirties and there is little or no rainfall.
26. Danang – The Contemporary Urban Milieu
Danang – the fourth largest city of Vietnam – is located halfway between Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. The quirky bridge, museum, stunning beaches, fascinating restaurants, and dazzling nightlife are the elements of charm of this lively city.
Don’t Miss: Lang Co Beach, My Khe Beach, Marble Mountains, Dragon Bridge, and Phap Lam Pagoda
27. Nha Trang – For Soul Rejuvenation
Nha Trang – the capital city of Khánh Hòa Province – is a coastal destination with crescent shaped beach and turquoise bay dotted with small islands and surrounded by a string of hills. This is one of the most popular beach destinations of Vietnam.
One of the best places to visit in South Vietnam, the city is also known for its Po Nagar Tower built by Champa Rulers, scuba diving centre, stunning beaches, pristine landscape, and cool, comfortable climate.
Don’t Miss: Oceanographic Museum of Vietnam, Po Nagar Tower, Vinpearl Land, and Long Son Pagoda
Other Beautiful Places To Visit In Vietnam
Vietnam houses not only these places but more than you expected. So, here is a list of more places that you can explore when planning a vacation to Vietnam.
28. Dalat – A Picture Postcard Destination
Located on the Lang Biang highlands, around a lake and a golf course, Dalat is a cool and serene place for a perfect holiday retreat. Dalat has pleasant days and soothing cool nights. Therefore, the climate here is rightly tagged as ‘eternal spring.’ This perfect holiday destination boasts of its stunning lakes, waterfalls, and lush green valleys with vibrant flower beds that have put it among the most amazing places to visit in Vietnam.
Don’t Miss: Explore the Xuan Huong Lake, Lake of Sorrow, Valley of Love, and Phu Dong Thien Vuong Street
Tip: Visit the local market to pick yummilicious dried fruits, strawberry jam, and avocado.
Best Time To Visit: December – March is the best time to visit Dalat. The weather is comfortable. There is no rain. This makes it perfect for outdoor activities. The flowers blossom in this spring season, making Dalat all the more vibrant and romantic.
29. Sand Dunes Of Mui Ne: The Beauty Of Desert Landscape
Mui Ne boasts of its spectacular white and red sand dunes, eroded by oceanic wind. The winds have carved out mind-blowing formations, such as Barchans & Sieve, and display amazing desert topography. As one of the most fascinating Vietnam tourist places, it is crowded during the peak season. Yet, it is quite challenging to explore the entire area by trekking. Hence, people need to hire sledge, quad bikes, and buggies or take an ostrich ride.
Don’t Miss: Quad biking, ostrich ride, sunset, and kite flying
Tip: Visit either during early or late afternoon hours. It can get too hot during daytime.
30. Phu Quoc: Sparkling Sand And Serene Shoreline
Located about 50 km from the Vietnam mainland, Phu Quoc is a spectacular land on the Gulf of Thailand. One of the most famous places in Vietnam, the island consists of sparkling white sand beaches, nearly transparent crystal clear water, virgin shoreline, bustling shacks, and serene environment. Enjoy the photogenic sunset or take a stroll along the beaches and make the holiday a dream come true one.
Don’t Miss: Fish Sauce factory, Cau Prison, scuba diving, and snorkeling
31. Ninh Binh: For The Love Of Peace And Tranquility
Ninh Binh is another topographical splendour on the southern end of Red River Delta. The place represents a typical Vietnamese rural scene with lush green paddy fields, verdant mountains, and winding river cutting through the village. The former capital of Vietnam, Ninh Binh is one of the popular Vietnam tourist places.
Don’t Miss: Bai Dinh Pagoda, Phat Diem Stone Cathedral, and Cuc Phuong National Park
32. Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park: The World Heritage Cave
Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park – a world heritage site – is a biosphere reserve that comprises of evergreen forests and more than 100 fauna species. These include tigers, elephants, primate, saola, reptiles, amphibians, and many varieties of birds. The national park – comprising of Asia’s largest karst mountains, caves, and underground rivers – is one of the Vietnam famous places among others.
Don’t Miss: Trekking and mountain biking on Ho Chi Minh Hwy, intersecting the national park
Opening Hours: 7 am – 4 pm
Entry Fee: VND 80,000
33. Ba Be National Park: Spot The Rarest Fauna Here
Built in 1992, Ba Be National Park is located in the Bac Kan Province and is considered as one of the mind blowing tourist places in Vietnam. People visit this national park for the superb karst topography, sparkling waterfalls, stunning lake, and amazing wildlife. The rare mammals, butterflies, turtle, and fishes that can be seen here attract nature enthusiasts and photographers from across the world.
Don’t Miss: Wide range of endangered fauna like Burmese python and nearly extinct Vietnamese salamander
Entry Fee: VND 150,000 plus charges for the vehicle
34. Ha Giang
The place is yet to be unraveled or excavated by mass tourists. It’s still a hidden gem in Vietnam popular for its natural beauty. This place is the home for the ninety percent of the ethnic minorities who have a noticeable influence over the culture predominant in this place. Due to the political turmoil this region has remained unaffected by the economic uplift in Vietnam since the past 20 years.
Dong Van Karst Global Geopark, chosen by UNESCO as one of the 77 sites with geological and cultural heritage . The Geopark is filled with delicate Karst formations nearly 400 million years old. Meo Vac town visit is another amazing experience especially on Sunday mornings as the marketplace set up and one can be the witness of the social conduct shared by the ethnic tribe and as a traveler, it will be a whole new different experience if one gets to taste their local food. Among the farthest most places in North Vietnam, another most wonderful spot to visit is The Hmong King’s palace in Sa-Phin located on the road to Dong Van.
Don’t Miss: Noong Lake near Ha-Giang is famous for the trees growing in water.
35. Dien Bien Phu
The place is surrounded by forests mostly dominated by it . The place is important for its historical relevance on the basis of the war which resulted in the collapse of the French Indochina dominion. The historical background calls for the tourists all around the world specifically the battleground located in the west of the Nam Yum River. This place is located on the Muong Thanh Valley. This place was founded by the Nguyen Dynasty in the year 1841. The forest and the historical facts make this special for the tourist in Vietnam.
Don’t Miss: The battlefield
36. Ba Be Lake
For the adventure lovers , this place is the right location, the freshwater lake located in Back Kan province in Vietnam is a most suitable place for the adventure lovers to indulge into various outdoor activities which include boating, kayaking and even climbing through tropical jungles.
Don’t Miss: Watersports
37. Ban Gioc Waterfall
Located in the Cao Ban province of Vietnam were to reach the falls one needs to sail through the waters. The other most mesmerizing fact about the place is the mountains, which are made up of lime stones.
Don’t Miss: The journey via boat towards the waterfall
Apart from the hidden natural treasures which lure the nature lovers the other parts of Vietnam include the pristine islands.
38. Bai Tu Long
The island away from the crowd located in the North East direction of Halong Bay The place with its natural beauty and the aura will leave tourists awe struck. The Karsts made limestone are the main attraction for the tourists.
Don’t Miss: The sanctity offered by the place
39. Co To Island
The island belonging to the Quang Ninh Province of Vietnam with fine white sand, blue waters acts as a favorable place for tourists to spend their leisure.
Don’t Miss: The freshness of the shore.
40. Han River Bridge
Located in the city of Da Nang, Han River Bridge is considered to be a treat to the eyes. It is one of the 4 bridges in the city. The cable-supported swing bridge is an ideal place to enjoy a peaceful evening stroll. During the night, this bridge lights up magnificently and gives one all the reasons to stay a little longer.
Don’t Miss: river cruise around this bridge
Now that you have a fair idea about the must-see places in Vietnam, it is time to pack your bags and plan your holiday to Vietnam right away. Wait no more and convince your family or friends for this holiday and do not forget to include all these places to visit in Vietnam in your itinerary. Click selfies, soak yourself in the sun, and gather all the memories.
Frequently Asked Questions About Places To Visit In Vietnam
Q. Which is the best place to visit in Vietnam?
A. Ha Giang, Sa Pa, Hanoi’s Old Quarter, Ha Long Bay, Ninh Binh and Phong Nha are some of the best places to visit in Vietnam which cannot be missed.
Q. Is Vietnam safe to visit?
A. Vietnam is quite a safe place to travel as the rules and regulations are quite strict here and people abide by them. The police here keeps a tight grip and there are rarely any reports of theft and robbery in the country. Though scams and hassles still persists at Hanoi, HCMC, and Nha Trang.
Q. Where is the best nightlife in Vietnam?
A. Some of the best places to explore the nightlife in Vietnam are Bia Hoi junction, Saigon Saigon rooftop bar, Sky36 club Da Nang, Rex Hotel Rooftop Bar and Level 23 Wine Bar.
Q. How many days are enough to explore Vietnam?
A. A traveler visiting Vietnam must have at least 2 weeks in hand to explore the best sights of the country and to explore the places which are quite unusual, 3 weeks are enough.
Q. What is the best month to visit in Vietnam?
A. The summer months which start from May to August are the summer months which are typically hot and humid, while during the spring time which starts from March to April it is quite pleasant as the weather is warm and sunny.
Q. What to wear in Vietnam?
A. The travelers can pack loose and breathable clothes which covers up the knees and shoulders, while there are swim shorts and bathing suits. Alongside that people can also carry Sarong, light jackets and fleece, while for the winters there can be a warm hoodie which will be perfect to enjoy the time here in the country.