Five Vietnamese destinations among Hostelworld’s global best backpacker spots
The information was announced by Hostelworld.
The mountainous northern province of Ha Giang is ranked in fourth place on the list. Visitors can start their adventure in the provincial capital by renting a motorbike and journeying through the region’s many picturesque winding roads. They will meet rural communities, small towns, and ancient traditions, all set against the rolling green mountains that make the province so unforgettable.
Ranking at 6th position, Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park in the central province of Quang Binh’s Bo Trach district is renowned as one of the largest nature reserves in the country. It features a system of majestic limestone mountains and caves.
The northern province of Ninh Binh stands in 10th place and is home to a number of sites such as the Trang An tourism complex, Hoa Lu ancient capital, and Bai Dinh Pagoda.
The northeastern province of Quang Ninh comes in 18th on the list. The province is home to UNESCO-recognised heritage of Ha Long bay. In addition, Sung Sot and Thien Cung caves, and Titop island are attractive sites on the tour. Furthermore, tourists can enjoy the entertainment services on offer in the local water park and pay a visit to the Quang Ninh Museum.
Quy Nhon city in Binh Dinh province is in 20th position and the final Vietnamese destination on the list. The city’s pristine beaches and islets have become attractive destinations for many domestic and foreign tourists.
Nusa Penida Island (Indonesia) takes the top of the list. The island is most well-known for its curved cliffs, pristine bay, and the gorgeous Kelingking Beach.
In addition, Surat Thani (Thailand) Tekapo Lake (New Zealand), the Mediterranean island of Ibiza (Spain), and the Yosemite National Park (US) are also in the list./.
- Seminar discusses Vietnam-Venezuela B2B trade
- Vietnam applied a temporary anti-dumping tax of 33.88% sugar products imported from Thailand.
- Mobile Betting is Taking Over the Sports Gambling World
- How giants global Amazon and Alibaba boost their business in Vietnam
- AXA AFFIN offers COVID-19 Complimentary Support Fund to assist its customers and to spur vaccination
Seminar discusses Vietnam-Venezuela B2B trade
Vietnam applied a temporary anti-dumping tax of 33.88% sugar products imported from Thailand.
How giants global Amazon and Alibaba boost their business in Vietnam
How Ho Chi Minh City support small traders during the Covid-19 pandemic
Many enterprise in the leather and footwear have a impressive growth during this time