Vietnam is a Southeast Asian country and it is famous for their beaches or rivers and temples from different cities. Hanoi is the capital city of Vietnam and Vietnamese is their official language. And because many foreigners would like to come and visit the city, people have learned to speak English for better communication and improvement of tourism.
There are so many places to visit in Vietnam. And it would be best for you to plan your stay as soon as possible because Vietnam has been one of the main tourist destinations in Southeast Asia since 1990s. Many among foreign visitors are fascinated by Vietnam’s magnificent in nature.
Ha Long Bay is in the north of Vietnam and is known as the “Bay of Descending Dragons.” It is composed of islands, caves and lakes.
The seven-story, Thien Mu Pagoda is the tallest temple located in Hue and is overlooking the Perfume River.
Hoan Kiem Lake is located in the center of Hanoi. According to legend King Le Loi was provided an enchanted sword to let invaders off and later returned the sword to the turtle god in this lake.
The Sa Pa Terraces are located in the northwest of Vietnam. The Sa Pa Terraces are found in the valley of Muong Hoa between the town of Sa Pa and the mountain of Fansipan. People plant crops like rice and corn on the terraces.
Phu Quoc is the biggest island in Vietnam and is located in front of the coast of Cambodia. The island consists of forests, coral reefs and good beaches.
Mui Ne is one of the most popular sites in Vietnam when it comes to kites and wind surfing. It is also in Mui Ne where you can find some sand hills and it is best to be in this place during the sunset so that you can see the beautiful views.
The Mekong Delta is the area in the southern part of Vietnam. Here the Mekong River comes going through the sea. The Mekong Delta is rich in agricultural resources, but the lifestyle in the Mekong Delta goes around the river and even when it comes to their means of transportation; it is more accessible on the river rather than on the road.