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A List of 7 Places You Should Never Miss During Your Next Trip to Vietnam

With its rich and dynastic history, Vietnam is an amazing country for your next holiday trip. Though much has been written about the country, there are little tales about the beautiful palaces and the stunning landscapes. Moreover, the traditional Vietnam’s foods plus the sociable local people provide a welcoming environment for travelers. 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. The city has grown gradually, and today it is one of the best destinations for all travelers. 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. It is the place for travelers to see the customary homes and interact with the local’s culture including traditional foods and their system of agriculture. There is still more to explore. Any traveler will enjoy watching their artistic displays, and listen to religious norms of the local communities.

Phong Nha
Another place to explore is the caves of the Phong Nha. The caves are in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites so that they can be preserved for the current and future generations. Just after getting out of the caves, a few meters away you will see a national park. It is a home to different animal species including monkeys, bears, snakes, and many kinds of insects.

Hue
If you are a history lover, the city of Hue will nice up your trip. Being one of the major places for dynasties, you will find various historical structures. At the city center, there is the Citadel that mirrors a historical structural design, which is also the most known landmark within this metropolis. You will see other structures as you stroll around, but there are delicious traditional dishes in various kiosks and booths.

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. The nature lovers should not miss the generous sights at the mountains.

Nha Trang
Your trip must not end without visiting one of the coolest beaches in Vietnam. You can choose to enjoy different types of watersports available or just opt for scuba diving. The place is so decent with beautiful resorts and luxury hotels.

Ha Long Bay
You can conclude your trip at the Ha Long Bay. The small islands are rich in many outdoor activities for both adults and kids. You will have lots of fun in the caves and jungles, while a boat trip along the Ha Long Bay will create a memorable excursion in Vietnam.