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7 Must-Visit Places in Vietnam this Holiday

With its rich and dynastic history, Vietnam is an amazing country for your next holiday trip. Many have read the Vietnam’s history, but there are more untold things including the gorgeous forts and the magnificent landscapes. The traditional dishes and the friendly community of people make the visitors want to prolong their stay there. If you are arranging sightseeing in Vietnam, the following places should not miss in your checklist.

Ho Chi Minh City
Ho Chi Minh is a big city in Vietnam, and usually reflects the activities that happened in the last century. However, it has transformed to be one of the modern places with lots of opportunities and much for travelers to explore. If you are planning a trip to Ho Chi Minh City, the Cu Chi tunnels should not miss in the list of activities. After the Cu Chi tunnels, your eyes deserve to see the famous French cathedral at the Saigon Notre-Dame Basilica located on the eastern sides of the city.

Hoi An
Hoi An reflects the original setting of Vietnam since most of the traditional activities and structures have remained unchanged. Here, you will intermingle with the people, see their traditional homes, and know their traditional methods of growing crops. The fun does not end there. You can watch their artifacts, listen to their religious teachings, and learn more about their cultural customs.

Phong Nha
The caves of Phong Nha is another amazing place every traveler need to visit. The Phong Nha caves are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site worth to be preserved for many generations to come. Just a short distance from the Phong Nha caves, there is a national park. The park hosts different kinds of wildlife including bears, snakes, monkeys, and various amazing insects.

Hue
The city has a lot of fun for travelers. As one of the historical cities that was inhabited by kings, some of the major ancient architectural structures are found here. One of the structures is the Citadel found in the city center. As you shop around, remember to order for some delicious traditional Vietnamese foods in any of the kiosks and booths near you.

Sapa
Ifyou love hiking, take your fun to the Vietnam mountains. A local guide can help you trail through the rice paddies, up and down the misty peaks while exploring the real wonders of nature. You will have great moments while hiking in the misty peaks.

Nha Trang
Your trip deserves some relaxation at the Nha Trang beach. You can choose to enjoy different types of watersports available or just opt for scuba diving. It is a contemporary beach setting with several resorts and hotels to relax your nerves during the weekends.

Ha Long Bay
Lastly, complete your trip at the Ha Long Bay. There are lots of things to do for adults and kids. Strolling through the caves and jungles, and a boat trip through the Bay makes your trip unforgettable.