10 Places We Love in Vietnam

We love Vietnam and with the launch of our 13 day Ultimate Vietnam tour in January we thought it’d be a good idea to tell you all about what Vietnam has to offer and what we think makes this beautiful South East Asian country so amazing! Here’s just 10 places we love in Vietnam …

1. Food in Hanoi

If you like food, Hanoi in Northern Vietnam is a city not to be missed! Walk through narrow alley ways in Hanoi’s Old Quarter to find some of Vietnam’s most amazing traditional dishes. In Hanoi the street is where the food is at! Try meat skewers, fresh fruit, broths, noodles and traditional Vietnamese pork rolls. Wash it down with a cold Bia Hoi (Vietnams local beer) or Hanoi’s famous coffee- food and drink heaven! Check out our website to visit Hanoi.

2. Halong Bay

Translated literally to descending Dragon Bay, Halong bay in Northern Vietnam is made up of 1000 or more stunning islands. Cruise around the bay on a traditional Vietnamese Junk Boat, check out the coves and beaches and kayak through the crystal clear waters. Stay overnight on a Vietnamese junk boat as part of the 13 day Ultimate Vietnam tour.

3. Hoi An

Hoi An is a beautiful old town in the south central coast of Vietnam once used as a trading port. Go shopping, try a Vietnamese cooking class or chill out at Hoi An’s beautiful beach only a short bike ride away. At night, the streets are lit up with red and white lanterns, hanging from trees, buildings and shops giving Hoi An it’s nickname: “City of Lanterns.” Come with us!

4. Nha Trang

Nha Trang on the South central coast is the beach capital of Vietnam. Explore the area by boat on a snorkelling trip in warm waters and discover the bay’s beautiful coral. Check it out on the Ultimate Vietnam tour.

5. Dalat waterfalls

Vietnam’s central highlands area is known for it’s stunning Waterfalls. Explore the Dalat area by hiking through rainforest. If you’re with Ultimate Vietnam, abseil and canyon down the waterfalls!

6. Ho Chi Minh city

Formally named Saigon, this bustling city has an exciting atmosphere and a vibrant nightlife. Ever wanted to try deep fried snake? Try both traditional and daring Vietnamese food here with us!

7. Cu Chi Tunnels

Explore the underground network of tunnels used during the Vietnam war and learn all about Vietnam’s interesting history. We will take you here on the Ultimate Vietnam tour!

8. Sapa

Located in the North West of Vietnam, Sapa is famous for it’s amazing views over the rice terraces, hill tribes and picturesque towns. Hike through the hills, valleys and rice fields and go shopping at the market. Sapa is available as an add on to the 13 day Ultimate Vietnam tour. Check out the add on details here and if you have any questions, just get in touch!

9. Mekong river

The Mekong river is the 12th longest river in the world, not only running through Vietnam but also Laos, Thailand, Cambodia, Burma and China! The river meets the sea through a number of smaller distributaries which make up the Mekong Delta. Take a river cruise, check out the floating markets or take a bike ride around the area! Contact us to plan your trip.

10. Phu Quoc island, Vietnam

With gorgeous white beaches, friendly locals, fun water activities and a chilled out atmosphere, Phu Quoc island located near the South coast of Cambodia is not to be missed! Phu Quoc is pretty much untouched at the moment and has only recently been discovered as a tourist destination so get in there quickly!

Want to discover Vietnam for yourself? This beautiful country has so much to offer and is not to be missed! Get in touch for Vietnam info, trips and tours- we’re more than happy to help!

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2 replies
  1. elizabeth jones
    elizabeth jones says:

    3 of us will be arriving in to hanio on the 28th augast. and will be interested in trps around the town with lanterns. and maybe a cooking experiance. thanks

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    • Holly Walker
      Holly Walker says:

      Hey Elizabeth! Hope you love Vietnam as much as we do! My colleague Charly has emailed you with some info!

      Reply

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