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Best sites in Vietnam travel

There are several and good places to visit when on a Vietnam travel which breath taking scenes and the culture of the Vietnamese people who mostly do their works and thing traditionally. Some of them include the following:


For culture vultures, there is no shortage of temples, tombs, pagodas and crumbling palaces to admire and explore. The UNESCO World Heritage site of Huế is home to the Citadel, once the emperor’s private residence, and the Forbidden Purple City, where he housed his many mistresses. When your feet are weary, grab some bún bò buế and watch swan pedalos cruise in the Perfume River as the sun sets.

Mekong delta

Trips to the Mekong Delta can be booked from Ho Chi Minh City and it is definitely worth the trip.  This is the part of Vietnam that everyone imagines when they picture the country. There arh Hundreds of tributaries that make their way through the thick jungle.

You will explore the Mekong area by tour boat, traditional rowboat and minibus.  The highlight of the trip is a visit to the famous Cai Ba floating market. Hundreds of boats line the harbor filled with fruits and vegetable waiting to be sold.  You will also walk through villages and markets, cross canals on traditional bamboo bridges and visit rice paper mills and sample coconut candy and rice wine. The Mekong Delta tours can be a little touristy, but it is worth the visit to explore the backwaters of this famous area of Vietnam.

Mui Ne

It isn’t as popular as Na Trang, but Mui Ne is a beautiful beach area perfect for soothing after the madness of Ho Chi Minh City.  It is located north East of Saigon on the South China Sea, Mui Ne has everything for beach lovers and adventurers.  The absolute good conditions here allows for great kite surfing.  Be sure to take a lesson however as this adventure sport can be dangerous if you don’t know what you are doing. There are also some amazing sites around the area such as the incredible sand dunes and red rock also there is fishing sport in the area.


You will go trekking in the hills of Sapa for amazing views across the jungle and mountain ranges of north-west Vietnam. Equipment is cheap and easy to come by so don’t worry if you’re not a natural mountain goat, you’ll soon be up there, gazing at the views as the mist rolls in across the peaks.

Halong Bay

You will sail among the jagged rocks of over 2000 islands in the Gulf of Tonkin at Halong, which translates as ‘where the dragon descends in to the sea’. If you want to get a closer view, you can hire a kayak and explore the caves and you can find your own derelict bay.


The hustle and bustle of Vietnam’s capital can at first seem intimidating, but don’t let the weaving motorbikes and screaming street hawkers put you off. Behind the hustle and bustle you’ll find coolness in the Temple of Literature, peace at One Pillar Pagoda, and more charming French patisseries than you could wish for.

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