Popular destinations in Vietnam


Hanoi is the capital and it’s also often the first destination of any visitor when taking a Vietnam Packages Tour. Here, you have the opportunity to explore the Old Quarter by cyclo to learn about the lives of local people, and observe thousands of motorbikes running on the small streets with almost no compliance with any traffic rules. If you are someone who likes to learn about history, you can also visit historical places such as Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum, Temple of Literature, One Pillar Pagoda and Hoan Kiem Lake to experience the resilient spirit of the Vietnamese people. Or the experience of sipping a cup of Vietnamese coffee at the train street coffee where the vintage trains pass right next to you is also a very unique experience of Hanoi. Besides, this city is also famous for its unique cuisine and you must definitely try “Pho” and many other wonderful street dishes.


Halong Bay

The splendor of nature and artistic significance of Halong Bay, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a magnificent jewel in Vietnam’s tiara. Visiting this area is like entering into a fairy tale with dozens of towering limestone islands, karst grottoes, and wooden boats cruising the brilliant emerald waters. Nowadays, visiting Halong with an overnight cruise on the bay is indispensable for any people when visiting Vietnam for the first time.


Ninh Binh

Ninh Binh, frequently referred to as “Halong Bay on Land,” is created by the appealing Red River Delta in northern Vietnam. Ninh Binh is an excellent view into the basic magnificence of the Vietnamese landscape, with its karst mountains and secret grottoes, cave temples, lush valleys, and sparkling rice fields. Trang An Scenic Landscape Complex and Tam Coc are best explored by rowing boat, while climbing the stairs to the summit of Mua Cave for an incredible panoramic view of the river rushing past rice fields. Besides, the river entry to Hoa Lu, Vietnam’s old capital in the 10th century, lies nearby.



Sapa is a popular destination because of its breathtaking mountain views, local villages of the ethnic minorities, and twisting terraced farms. Coming here, you may see the mountains that reach the sky, including Fansipan Peak, the roof of Indochina and learn about the daily life of the local people in Sapa. Besides, you should try to savor the delectable dishes that the locals provide, such as fresh sturgeon, salmon, armpit pigs, etc!



The imperial city and former capital of the Nguyen Dynasty, Hue, is located on the banks of the tranquil Perfume River and still exhibits much of its former grandeur and splendor. Hue is the ideal starting point for an excursion into the prehistoric and modern histories of the center of Vietnam in particular and the whole nation in general. It is because Hue is home to many UNESCO World Heritage Sites owing to the safeguarding of significant architectural landmarks like the Imperial Citadel, Forbidden Purple City, and ancient tombs of Emperor Ming Mang, Tu Duc, and Khai Dinh. Experience the mysticism of the Thien Mu Pagoda, which attracted fascination on a global scale during the Vietnam-American War.


Hoi An

Hoi An, a picturesque city in central Vietnam, is greatly favored by tourists because it is ancient, serene, and vibrant. The UNESCO World Vintage Site of Hoian’s Ancient Town is full of charming French colonial structures that frequently paint in a cheery yellow, gorgeous vintage Chinese shophouses, a renowned Japanese Covered Bridge, and traditional Vietnamese tube houses. This charming village is the highlight of every vacation to Vietnam thanks to the colorful homemade lanterns blazing in the nighttime twilight as small rowing boats softly glide down the Thu Bon River and the abundance of custom tailors and unique handicrafts.


Golden Bridge / Bana Hills

The entire architectural design of the Bana hills includes a series of buildings that follow French architecture; Fantasy Park – Vietnam’s largest indoor entertainment area; The cable car system has a Guinness World Record associated with the image of Bana and many other entertainment activities. At 1400m above sea level, suspended in the clouds with a majestic, breathtaking panorama of the hill, the Golden Bridge, with unique architectural ideas, like a strip of silk across it, really creates a strong impression of a work that is both poetic, sophisticated, and equally majestic and magnificent.


Ho Chi Minh City

The largest city in terms of population is Ho Chi Minh City, which is the country’s thriving economic hub. While portraying the vibrant, innovative energy of a cutting-edge Vietnam, it has a maintained aura of its French colonial legacy in the city’s older neighborhoods. Important landmarks like the Notre Dame Cathedral, Central Post Office, and Ben Thanh Market are examples of this colonial heritage, while the maintained Cu Chi Tunnels to the north of the city and the War Remnants Museum are illustrations of a sense of valor and the current state of the effects of war.


Mekong Delta

The Mekong Delta is a vast network of interconnected rivers and alluvial plains in southern Vietnam that resembles a floating globe. This paradise of verdant rice fields, animals, and tropical fruits and vegetables, also known as the river delta of nine dragons, is a natural jewel treasure. Can Tho, the biggest city in the Mekong Delta, displays a rich Vietnamese heritage via its vibrant floating marketplaces and glittering Khmer Pagodas. Since the area’s way of life is almost located around the river, many of the settlements are sometimes only reachable by boat or canal, giving the impression that the land has frozen in Cochin time.


Phu Quoc Island

Phu Quoc Island is one of the paradise resort destinations with pristine tropical forests and crystal-clear beaches. Traveling to Phu Quoc, you will be immersed in the clear blue water of naturally beautiful beaches such as Bai Sao, Bai Dai, Ganh Dau, etc. Or scuba diving to see coral and many more. Attractive entertainment spots such as amusement parks, pepper gardens, and night markets, etc. That’s why Phu Quoc, the beautiful southern island will be the perfect choice for you on your vacation to Vietnam.

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