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Chủ Nhật, 6 tháng 12, 2015

Top 5 Attractions in Vietnam

Vietnam has lots to attract visitors - from the buzz of Ho Chi Minh City to the languid charm of Hanoi; the eye-popping scenery of Halong Bay and the glorious beaches around Nha Trang. To help you prioritize what to do on your trip, check out our top five must-see sights.

1. Halong Bay
The Unesco World Heritage Site of Halong Bay is a magical landscape of more than 3,000 limestone crags and outcrops riddled with caves and half submerged in the indigo-coloured bay. Spend the night on a sailing junk and visit one of the floating fishing villages.
Halong Bay, Vietnam. Photo: Igor Plotnikov/Shutterstock
2. Ho Chi Minh City
This is Vietnam’s economic powerhouse, with all the best that an international city has to offer. Downtown District 1 has trendy bars and cafés, superb restaurants, plus lots of shopping opportunities and historic sites galore.
View of Ho Chi Minh City. Photo: Vichy Deal/Shutterstock
3. Hue
The city of Hue sits at the heart of the country, straddling mazes of moats and canals, lotus lakes and the sleepy Perfume River. The Imperial City, a Unesco World Heritage Site, was home to the Nguyen dynasty, whose kings and queens now rest in elaborate mausoleums nearby.
Royal Palace, Hue, Vietnam. Photo: Jiang_Liu/Shutterstock
4. Nha Trang
This area has a lively nightlife with a plethora of bars and restaurants around the beach. The main reason to visit, however, is found in the bay, where divers and snorkellers head out to the surrounding islands for a close-up view of the country’s finest coral reefs.
People on the beach in Nha Trang. Photo: Ovchinnikova Irina/Shutterstock
5. Hanoi
This vibrant city is both the political and cultural capital of Vietnam. One of its highlights is the Old Quarter, nicknamed “36 Streets” after the 36 merchant guilds located along their respective streets. This and other pockets of nostalgia make for a charming, French-influenced city.
Tran Quoc Pagoda in Hanoi, Vietnam. Photo: Jimmy Tran/Shutterstock

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