Vietnam is a lovely country with a host of stunning landscape. For this reason, Vietnam draws a large number of tourists from various regions. After that, we would like to give you more information about Vietnam tourist attractions including Nha Trang, Mui Ne, Sapa and Ha Giang.
Nha Trang bay
Nha Trang is a coastal city and the center of politics, economy, culture, engineering science and tourism of Khanh Hoa province, Vietnam. It can be said that the Creator bestows the most favorable conditions upon Nha Trang; from beaches with long white sand to stunning offshore islands; from magical coral reefs hidden beneath the ocean to the temple of the ancient Cham temples in the mountain.
In the trip to Nha Trang, visitors not only enjoy the marvelous beauty of nature but also are involved in fascinating activities. Tourists will experience being carried by the cable car to enjoy the atmosphere; go scuba-diving to admire colorful precious coral reef and visit the deep blue ocean. Moreover, the expense for traveling in Nha Trang is considerably cheaper than other tourist attractions in Vietnam.
It is believed that with all these advantages, Nha Trang always makes a good impression on visitors from various regions with unforgettable memories.
Mui Ne Sand Dunes
Mui Ne Sand Dunes, also known as Sand Hill, which is 20 kilometer from the Phan Thiet city center to the northeast, becomes one of attractive tourist attractions in Vietnam for foreign and domestic tourists.
Coming here, you will get surprised when seeing the immense sand dunes with different colors of red and yellow and the shape-changing every minute, every hour and every day.
One of the greatest pleasures in Mui Ne is getting the experience of jumping, running, inline skating on the sand. Perhaps you feel as if you are in a desert in African countries.
Terraced fields of Sapa is regarded as a specialty in Vietnam. With mountainous terrain, it is really a brilliant idea of local people when turning their fields into terraces to face with the harsh nature.
In the ripening rice season, seen from above, terraced fields in Sapa is similar to a wonderful landscape picture. The terraced fields in Sapa were shaped by hand more than 2,000 years ago. Since then, they will play an important role and the main source of food of the ethnic minorities living in the mountains.
In fact, tourists can discover the breathtaking terraced fields in many ways such as getting the help of local people to take you to the mountain and going parachuting to experience strange feeling. In addition, the local people offer homestay service that allows tourists to stay at their home for a few days; therefore, visitors will get the memorable experience.
Ha Giang always brings tourists deep and mixed emotion. It is fascinating to crowd into every corner in the villages to watch the wild and pure appearance. Ha Giang is really a great gift given by the Creator that help tourists to gain wonderful experience which you can hardly get in any other places.
Coming to Ha Giang, it seems a pity to miss the famous terraced field named Tu Le. Another interesting point is seeing the buckwheat flowers in March and November; going camping and exploring Dong Van plateau, especially Lung Cu flagpole. It’s interesting to see kids in ethnic clothes friendly say “hello” to the guests from other places. On the back of each child are the beautiful baskets made of bamboo or cane. The men here mainly wear black clothes and a black hat while the women put colorful clothes and scarfs on them.
Hoi An is an ancient Vietnamese town that is located in the lower section of Thu Bon river of Quang Nam Province, about 30 kilometers from Danang to the south. Hoi An was well-known in the international arena with different names such as Lam Ap, Faifo, Hoai Pho and Hoi An.
As the only traditional Southeast Asian seaport in Vietnam, Hoi An retains over a thousand architectural monuments such as streets, houses, meeting halls, communal houses, pagodas, temples and ancient wells. The architecture here carries traditional Vietnamese artistry and shows traditional the cultural exchange between Oriental and Occidental countries. Over many centuries, customs, rituals, cultural identities, beliefs and traditional dishes still have been preserved and throughout various generations of the people in Hoi An. Moreover, Hoi An also has the fresh environment and peaceful space with lovely suburban villages making handicraft like carpentry, bronze and pottery.
If having an occasion to visit Vietnam, you should not miss the above-mentioned destinations. Besides these popular tourist sites, Vietnam owns many other attractions such as Halong, Mai Chau and Phu Quoc.