For many travelers, Vietnam has its own charm with its natural beauty. Ranging from green rice terraces in northern mountainous areas, to the exotic life around the Mekong Delta in the south. Moreover, the country also has a long history and ancient traditions that charm can still be enjoyed. That's what makes Vietnam is rich with historic destinations and beautiful old temples are worth your visit.
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With more than 3,000 islands, watery turquoise sea, and the arrangement of exotic island, a UNESCO World Heritage Site has the perfect tropical natural beauty. Sail with wooden junk boat to enjoy the sea, lodged in the ship to see the beauty of sunset, or kayak to down the waters in the crevices of limestone islands shrouded tropical forests with lakes and caves.
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2,000 years old, the ancient town of Hoi An has a beauty terpreservasi. Cham culture, China and Vietnam can enjoy through the architecture and the everyday people in the Old Town, with shops, traditional wooden houses, garden flowers and lanterns. Not far away, behold the beauty of the forested hills, rice fields, fishing villages, and the golden sandy beaches of Cua Dai, Bang An and China Beach.
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Hanoi traditional and relaxing atmosphere perfect for a stroll. You can see the beauty of sites like the Imperial Citadel of Thang Long, the Temple of Literature, Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, Ethnology Museum, and Hanoi's Old Quarter or "36 Streets". With lakes, leafy boulevard, beauty of French colonial architecture in the gardens of flowers will make you amazed.
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And romantic tropical paradise in the Gulf of Thailand is blessed with crystal clear warm waters. Walking barefoot on the soft white sand, staring at the emerald-colored sea, or relax in a hammock while reading a book will give you an unforgettable holiday experience. Jet skiing, scuba diving and snorkeling you must try here. At night time, do not forget to taste the delicious seafood.
As the ancient capital of the kingdom of Vietnam, the city holds memories of a golden age when the Nguyen Dynasty triumphed in the architecture, culture, and culinary. Hue is famous for delicious food and young girl in traditional dress Ao Dai, cycling on the banks of the Perfume River. The city is also filled with beautiful palaces, mausoleums, pagodas, such as The Complex of Hue Monuments and Thien Mu.
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You are looking for sun? Get in one of the most beautiful islands in Asia. With tropical nature, coastline beautiful turquoise, and coral reefs rich colors, Nha Trang become a favorite destination. Want to enjoy it as local residents? Sail, fishing, burn and enjoy on board. Nha Trang is a culinary paradise. Food specials? Bo La, meat flavored 5 kinds of spices.
"Rice bowl of Vietnam" is fertile and rich region, where the Mekong River empties into the sea. The place is filled with green rice fields that provide food throughout Vietnam, is also rich in fruits, vegetables and a variety of fish. You must taste the fish hotpot, grilled snails in black pepper sauce and coconut Ben Tre famous. The culinary delicacies served by friendly local residents.
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Mui Ne has a beautiful coastline white berpasi that stretches 10 miles, surrounded by palm trees and sand dunes of the famous red and gold, which you shall see. The sand hills look magnificent at sunset. With low rainfall, is the ideal place to visit during the rainy season. Because wind beaches, Mui Ne is famous for kitesurfing and windsurfing.
Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)
Saigon that makes it special is the rich culture and history. City building has the architectural style of the complex and diverse, culture, history, the influence of the West and fascinating street life. Make sure you sample the delicious coffee ala Vietnam special and nightlife with a variety of offerings of fruit, ice cream, barbecue and hotpot, fresh seafood, and a romantic date on a boat.
Sapa town is located not far from the Chinese border decorated with beautiful panorama of terraced rice fields in Muong Hoa valley lush with vegetation, between the cities of Mount Fansipan, the highest peak in Vietnam, set in a lush bamboo forest. Residents who live in these mountains grow rice on the porch of their home, along with vegetables to the daily diet.