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10 points not to be missed if traveling through Vietnam

Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi, Hoi An, Trang An or Phu Quoc are the “must visit” destinations when traveling through Vietnam.

Canada’s The Travel page offers suggestions for 10 destinations “not to be missed on a trip through Vietnam”. The names appearing in the list meet the criteria: impressive natural landscapes, iconic, typical for Vietnam. In addition, these are well-known destinations, appearing many times in the prestigious rankings of foreign newspapers.

Hanoi is famous for its diverse culture, delicious cuisine and rich history. Museum of Ethnology, bread is the recommended place and dishes. The Travel also commented that Vietnam is “an amazingly favored country”. Therefore, just one trip will not be enough to feel the beauty of the country, but need to spend more time. Photo: Vu Ngoc Thien

Ba Be National Park (Bac Kan) is commented as “a paradise of nature lovers, worthy for you to book a guided tour here to admire”. It is surrounded by rocky mountains, dense forests and more than 1,200 species of flora and fauna . Boating on Ba Be Lake is a recommended activity, besides exploring caves, watching wildlife such as flying squirrels, pangolins, monkeys. Photo: Cao Anh Tuan

Trang An (Ninh Binh) covers an area of ​​more than 2,000 hectares with limestone mountains, natural caves, swamps and rivers. The most popular experience when coming here is choosing one of three boat tours, visiting caves, temples and the filming location of Kong: Skull Island. Photo: Ngan Duong

The ancient capital of Hue (Thua Thien – Hue) is described as “a charming ancient city with pagodas and villas and especially attracts history and architecture lovers”. Visiting Thien Mu Pagoda on the banks of the Perfume River is one of the suggested experiences. Photo: Bao Minh

Hoi An (Quang Nam), the old trading port of Vietnam, which is preserved almost intact, is a name that often appears in the lists of the most favorite destinations. Walking along the Old Quarter, watching lanterns at night or taking a boat trip on Hoai River, enjoying local cuisine are favorite experiences suggested by many visitors. Photo: Nguyen Minh Ngoc

My Son Sanctuary is located in Duy Phu commune, Duy Xuyen district, Quang Nam province, 70 km from Da Nang city and 40 km from Hoi An. This is the Hindu holy place of the ancient Champa Kingdom. This place gives visitors a glimpse into the past, when visiting the ancient My Son temples, which were built in the 4th century. Photo: Tuan Dao

Ho Chi Minh City is a city where “every corner is beautiful and full of energy”. It has been likened to a “hot spot for courtesy lovers” through a visit to the War Remnants Museum . Besides historical landmarks, the city is also a unique blend of diverse cultures and religions. Tourists can visit famous religious works such as Mariamman Temple (Ba Pagoda), Giac Lam Pagoda, Notre Dame Cathedral . Photo: Quynh Tran

Cu Chi Tunnels (Cu Chi District, Ho Chi Minh City) is one of the underground tunnels “must visit for history lovers”. The tunnels were formed during the resistance war against the French (circa 1948). At first, the tunnels only had short passages. During the period of resistance against the US, the tunnels were reinforced and expanded, according to the Cultural Heritage Department. Photo: Quynh Tran

The Mekong Delta , southeast of Ho Chi Minh City, has “a lot of great activities”. Visit floating markets like Cai Rang to see locals selling and trading, you will understand why so many international visitors flock here to take pictures and post pictures to show off on Instagram. Photo: Kieu Duong

Phu Quoc (Kien Giang) is a place not to be missed. The island is described as having “many beautiful beaches that promise a satisfying resort experience”. Tourists are suggested to visit Khem beach, Sao beach, Hon Thom island. Activities to enjoy: sip cocktails sightseeing, swimming, scuba diving, kayaking. Photo: SG

 (According to The Travel )

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