July is also regarded as the best time of year for traveling. In July, many places in Vietnam have cool weather and fantastic scenery. In addition, July is also a month of special festivals throughout Vietnam. However, it is not easy to select a destination that is both attractive and affordable. Here, we would like to send you some suggestions for where to go in Vietnam in July.
Bac Son Valley, Lang Son province
July is when the rice fields in Bac Son Valley, Lang Son gradually change their colors. At this time, quite a few people who love traveling and photographers come here to record the beautiful moments of the year.
The two finest moments of the day are when the valley wakes up in the dawn and the sun is hidden behind the mountain. Here you get the opportunity to watch the vista of the whole town of Bac Son in the early sunshine. From above, the natural landscape creates a picture of the landscape.
Bac Son is 160 kilometers from Hanoi to the north. You can move along the National Highway 3. When approaching Thai Nguyen, you take Highway 1B and move additional 80 kilometers.
Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa
Nha Trang has long been famous for many interesting sights including unspoiled beaches, ancient Cham temple and characteristic cuisine.
In particular, Nha Trang owns many great attractions such as Vinpearl Land (tropical paradise), Hon Mun island with clear water and splendid coral reef ecosystem, Hon Tam island (where you can take sea exploration by glass bottom boat), Hon Chong – Hon Vo, Dai Lanh beach and Oceanography Institute with a wide diversity of exciting discoveries.
Quy Nhon, Binh Dinh
Quy Nhon possesses a lot of destinations for you to discover, for example, Banh It Tower (which is the complex of tower existing for nearly 1,000 years and one of the remnants of Cham history), the Twin Towers, Thi Nai Lagoon(the longest sea bridge connecting Quy Nhon city with Phuong Mai peninsula (Nhon Hoi economic zone), Ghenh Rang Tien Sa and Han Mac Tu tomb and Da Trung beach.
Besides, Quy Nhon has many specialties such as frog crab, “tré” and Bau Da wine.
Quy Nhon is considered one of the cities that have a large amount of fresh seafood in the South Central region. To enjoy the seafood, you can visit a sidewalk restaurant on Xuan Dieu Street, where you can find a lot of seafood dishes, rice vermicelli and glutinous rice with affordable prices.
Co To, Quang Ninh
Co To owns beautiful beaches and has an enormous potential for the tourism development. The desolate beach of Van Chai, which is located in the west of the island, has a curved coastline, a clean white sand beach and calm waves. This is really an ideal space for relaxation. In the summer, Co To looks like a beautiful princess attracting both international and domestic tourists to the pristine beauty and the peaceful space of the island.
In conclusion, July is a great period to explore Vietnam’s destination. Hopefully, the information above will be useful for you. You can refer to where to go in Vietnam in April.