1. Son Tra Peninsula
Not far away from Danang city, Son Tra Peninsula does have all such things as the blue sea, the white sand bank, the sparkling coral reef and the thick forests. Visitors to Son Tra Peninsula have beautiful beaches to choose from: the North Beach, the South Beach and the Buddha Beach.
If you want to explore the majestic beauty of the mountain and the forest, you can come to Monkey Island. Surely, you will completely admire the beauty when stand on the mountain watching the Da Nang city, next to the deep blue waters with white sand expanse.
2. Nguyen Reign Tombs
These are ancient tombs near the city of Hue, scattered along the Perfume River. Visitors are always admiring when visiting the tombs of such Kings as Minh Mang, Khai Dinh, Tu Duc, Thieu Tri and Dong Khanh. The tombs were built in local styles of religion, with symmetric angles and many detailed textures, the royal garden with sophisticatedly pruned trees, beautiful ceramic or glass plates. The tomb of Khai Dinh Emperor is indeed the most beautiful one.
3. Phu Quoc Island
Recently, many visitors take great care of Phu Quoc - the island still retains the pristine beauty. Besides the long sandy beach with cool clear blue water and vibrantly beautiful coral reefs, Phu Quoc also has thick primitive forests inland with rich flora, charming scenery for great explorations.
4. Mekong Delta
The fertile sediment of the Mekong river has given the land a diversity of vegetation. Mekong Delta is also a large nature conservation area. Come here, visitors will also have the opportunity to explore the daily life activities of the people and diverse sceneries: the immense rice fields, winding canals surrounds the mounds, flowing into the sea.
5. Tram Ton Mountain Pass (Sapa)
Sapa is well known for the picturesque landscape with the mountains extended endlessly, blue valley, the traditional villages of ethnic minorities, bamboo forests and terraced rice fields. To feel the complete beauty of this place, visitors have to visit Tram Ton Mountain Pass or Heaven Gate - the highest mountain pass of Vietnam.
Silver Falls is also an interesting destination of Sapa. If visitors are strong enough, climb for Fansipan to have a chance to enjoy the rare majestic scenery.
6. National Park Phong Nha - Ke Bang
Phong Nha - Ke Bang is a protected nature area that has been officially recognized by UNESCO. This place has the Son Doong cave - the world's largest cave and about 300 others. Inside the Son Doong cave, there is a 13 meters deep underground lake with innumerabe stalactites and ice. Besides, Tien Son Cave and Thien Duong Cave are a large limestone area of ‚Äč‚Äč2,000 km¬≤ with tropical vegetation and many ancient trees of 500 years old.
7. Halong Bay
Rise to the surface of the calm blue sea is about 2,000 limestone islands and peak with many different shapes and sizes. The ambient air is often in mist which helps make the place more myterious. Visitors can go sightseeing with a traditional wooden boat or by canoe or even swimming. Many limestone islands have very beautiful and mysterious caves.
8. One Pillar Pagoda
Located in the heart of Hanoi, One Pillar Pagoda was built in 1049 with the aim of recreating the dream of Ly Thai Tong King. Meanwhile, the king had dreamed of a pagoda floating on a lotus pond then came the pagoda built of wood and located on a single pillar. The temple was designed to resemble a lotus flower with delicate lines of beautiful sculpture. The pagoda we see today has been restored to the original after the destruction during the war.
9. Rock Plates Fall
Although it is not as well known to many as the other attractions of Vietnam, the Rock Plates Fall is truly a jewel of the Vietnam tourism industry. This is a natural landscape formed of volcanic basalt, with columns of different heights. Everything seemed to be created by an artist from millions of years ago. The Fall was formed when lava from volcanic eruptions met the sea water and hardened into very nice unique shapes.
10. The Ancient Capital of Hue
Used to be the center of the Nguyen dynasty, the ancient capital of Hue is a combination of a variety of temples, gates, streams, rooms, royal garden and ancient temples. All have gathered to form a beautiful landscape. Thai Hoa and Truong Sanh Palace are two of the most beautiful architecture constructions here. Thien Mu Pagoda lied separatedly on the river side is also a place worth a visit. Hue is actually a symbol representing the type of traditional art and culture of Vietnam.