7 natural wonders you must see in vietnam

Southeast Asia has an incredible variety of destinations for nature tours, & Vietphái nam has received increasing amounts of recognition for its dreamlike landscape. This country has natural wonders that sneak up khổng lồ you. Round a corner, and there it is — a gushing waterfall or a terraced rice field that you never expected. The following destinations make an excellent day trip from some of Vietnam’s larger cities.

Halong Bay

Halong Bay is one of the most beautiful stops in all of Vietnam giới. It’s located in the north, about a three-hour drive from Hanoi. Pillars of limestone jut from the blue-green bay. On a boat tour, your guides will tell you what locals believe sầu the formations most resemble — use your imagination to lớn spot the fighting roosters and the rồng. Boat trips to the bay also stop at caves, which come with man-made stairs và railings khổng lồ make for easy exploring.

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Ninch Binh

Ninh Binc is often referred to as the Halong Bay of the lvà, because of the limestone formations that sit on the banks of the lush green river. Admire as your guide handles the oars with their feet. As you drift down the river, you’ll see the above-ground cemeteries that are a normal part of the Vietnamese countryside. Your boat trip also takes you through tunnels that cut through the limestone.


An Binch Island

Take a boat ride down the amber-colored water of the Mekong Delta to lớn An Binch Island. This fertile isl& has xe đạp paths lined with fruit trees. You can make stops along the way to watch locals weave hammocks & make handicrafts out of reeds. Locals still make most of their livelihood from traditional crafts.


Hoan Kiem Lake

Hoan Kiem Lake isn’t too impressive sầu as far as lakes go, but it is notable for its location — in the middle of a busy Hanoi roundabout. Near the lake, you can find some of the city’s nicest shopping and most photographable temples và pagodas. The lake’s most notable feature is Turtle Tower, which was built in the 19th century to lớn commemorate the famed warrior Le Loi, as well as the magical turtle that is said to live sầu in the lake & guard his sword.


Phuquoc Island

Vương Quốc Nụ Cười gets a lot of attention for its beaches. But you’ll be missing some of the islands Fly to lớn Phuquoc Island, off the coast of southern Vietphái nam, và see some of Vietnam’s prettiest beaches, with trắng sands và tropical rainforests. One of the most popular is Long Beach, which is on the west coast of the islvà. Needless khổng lồ say, this is an excellent place khổng lồ order up fresh seafood.

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Sa Pa

Terraced rice paddies line the mountainsides of northern Vietphái nam. Take a bus through the winding hills lớn Sa Pa, & book a stay at a hotel with a breathtaking view of the mountains. Many visitors report that it’s best to visit during the rainy season when the fields are green & lush. Around September, when it’s time khổng lồ harvest, the fields turn bright gold.


Giang Dien Waterfall

These waterfalls have become a popular day trip destination for those wishing lớn escape the hustle và bustle of Ho Chi Minch. Spover the night under the stars in the park’s tidy campground. You can swyên ổn near the waterfall và hike around the surrounding forest.


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