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A Southeast Asian nation, bordering the South China Sea, Vietnam is famous for its rivers, beaches, Buddhist pagodas, and booming cities. A beautiful combination of natural beauty and cultural diversity, the country offers a rich Asian experience to visitors. From winding mountains to paddy fields and sunny beaches, Vietnam is a traveler’s delight. Halong Bay is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the top tourist attraction here. Other popular attractions in Vietnam are Khai Dinh Tomb, Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, My Son Cham Ruins, Con Dao Prison Complex, Ba Be National Park, Hue Imperial Citadel, and Vinh Moc Tunnels. Formerly under Chinese and French rule, Vietnam has a remarkable history which spans centuries. Visitors will find here ancient temples with Chinese elements, Royal tombs, French colonial architecture, Buddhist Pagodas, Vietnam War monuments, and much more. Vietnam is home to several cultural institutions and hosts prominent festivals such as Hoi An Full Moon Festival, Lim Festival, Hue Festival, Perfume Pagoda Festival, Phu Giay Festival, Thay Pagoda Festival, Tet Festival, Hung Festival, and Xen Xo Phon festival. The country is a budget destination and offers an array of accommodation, culinary, and shopping alternatives from cheap guesthouses to the finest of hotels, the scrums of markets to the choicest of boutiques, street food to upscale eateries.
Popular Destinations in Vietnam
Capital of Vietnam, Hanoi is the economic and cultural hub of the country
and famed for its centuries-old architecture. Here ancient oriental
architecture merges seamlessly with French Colonial, Modern, and
Contemporary architecture styles. The ancient core of the city remains
crowded with locals and the old quarter district is dotted with little
temples, noisy eateries, and shops. Some of the famous tourist attractions
in Hanoi are Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, Presidential Palace, Hoa Lo Prison,
Hanoi Opera House, St. Joseph's Cathedral, Vietnam Military History Museum,
Vietnam Fine Arts Museum, and Turtle Tower.
Ho Chi Minh City
Formerly known as Saigon, Ho Chi Minh City is the largest city in Vietnam.
It is a high-octane city of culture and commerce that has fuelled Vietnam’s
growth for decades. The city is known for its pivotal role in the Vietnam
War. History enthusiasts will enjoy visiting the city’s great museums,
which include Museum of Vietnamese History, War Remnants Museum, and Ho Chi
Minh Museum. Ho Chi Minh is lined with French colonial landmarks such as
the Saigon Notre-Dame Cathedral, Saigon Central Post Office, Municipal
Theatre, and Ho Chi Minh City Hall. The city has a booming culinary scene
and visitors here can relish a variety of food, from the tasty delicacies
of street stalls to the classiest delicacies at restaurants. Visitors will
find here beautiful long alleys, magnificently built temples as well as
modern skyscrapers. Major tourist attractions in Ho Chi Minh are Gia Long
Palace, Independence Palace, Cu Chi Tunnels, Ben Thanh Market, Vinh Nghiem
Pagoda, Ben Duoc Memorial Temple, An Dong Market, Saigon Zoo and Botanical
Gardens, and Suoi Tien Amusement Park.
Situated on Vietnam’s central coast, Hoi An is the country’s most
atmospheric town. A former port, the city was a center of trade in the 15th century and a melting pot of culture. The historic city’s Old
Town Quarter (Ancient Town) is well preserved and a haven for history
lovers. Visitors will find here colorful French colonial buildings,
Japanese merchant houses, ancient tea warehouses, Chinese temples, and
Vietnamese tube houses. Popular landmarks in Hoi An are Japanese Covered
Bridge, Fukian Assembly Hall, Phung Hung House, Cantonese Assembly Hall,
Tran Family Chapel, Museum of Sa Huynh Culture, Museum of Trade Ceramics,
Old House of Tan Ky, Hoi An Market, and Quan Cong Temple. Moreover, the
city has a vibrant culinary scene and a busy riverside food market. Beach
buffs can head out to the nearby beaches, Cua Dai and An Bang.
Best Time to Visit Vietnam
The best time to take Vietnam flights is from February to April during spring season and from August to October during autumn months. For those who wish to avoid crowds and get economical flights, for them, May and November are the best months to take cheap flights to Vietnam.
Buddhist pagodas, beaches, and bustling cities- Vietnam offers diversity at its best. If you wish to explore this exotic nation without worrying about logistics, local cuisine, and language barriers, OneTravel offers multiple tours to Vietnam. The highlights tour takes travelers through the beautiful country, from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh, over the course of 11 days. Spalicious Vietnam is for leisure travelets interested in wellness. Since Vietnam is a huge country, OneTravel also offers a Northern Vietnam tour. Visitors will get to experience the concrete jungle of booming Hanoi and the jungles of Sapa. But the most memorable part of their trip, would be the globally renowned Ha Long Bay. We know you might want to see beyond what is listed under our fixed itineraries. To serve you best, we will be more than happy to customize a private tour for you. To know more, and for queries and assistance call our destination specialists on 1-888-284-5582 (USA) and 1-855-883-1024 (Canada) to take care of all your travel needs.
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