The Hidden Gems of Vietnam

Vietnam is one of the top luxury destination in Asia with hordes of tourist attraction. If we’re to create  a rundown of some of the most popular tourist destinations, it has to be Hanoi, Sapa, the former imperial capital of Hué, the World Heritage Sites of Phong Nha-Kẻ Bàng National Park, Hội An and Mỹ Sơn, coastal regions such as Nha Trang, the caves of Hạ Long Bay and the Marble Mountains. But like many countries, Vietnam also has some of the less explored and overlooked destinations which are worthy of a visit. Let’s take a look:

  1. Sapa -Sapa is one of the most breathtaking hill stations in Vietnam. The village is a vibrant reflection of the signature French architecture and colorful hill tribal cultures. As a matter of fact, you are left spellbound with its stunning mountain landscapes, verdant rice terraces, unique stilt villages and Indochina peak, the Fansipan. It is more of around the year destinations wherein the travelers get a warm reception and encouraged to enjoy the best of Sapa all the year round with different taste of seasons and exciting outdoors.
  2. Dalat- Situated up in the southern highlands, so the temperature is great. Such is the enormity that it is called the Niagara Falls of Vietnam—no wonder people want to spend their honeymoon here. There’s plenty on offer at Dalat such as romantic carriage ride through the Valley of Love, and Dalat is also the number one producer of flowers in Vietnam, and this is more than a romantic reason to give your love a rose every day at your Honeymoon Travel.

Honeymoon Travel

  1. Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park– This nature reserve is recognized by UNESCO and is the location of Son Dong, the largest cave in the world as well as another 300 caves and grottos. Within Son Dong, there is a 13 meter long stretch of Underground River and beautiful stalactite and stalagmite formations. But that is not all. You also have many more significant and beautiful caves in the park which include Tien Son Cave, Thien Duong Cave and the Von cave system. This beauty of caves can be largely attributed to the unusual and beautiful rock formations in a 2000km square limestone zone. The local flora makes for the most pristine environment in the midst of the tropical vegetation and evergreen forests.
  2. Mekong Delta – It is also known as the “Rice bowl of Vietnam” is a land of enchanting floating markets, lush green rice fields, bird sanctuaries, fascinating villages and endless fruit gardens. To explore this part of the Ho Chi Minh City, it requires a couple of days to get to know more about Vietnam’s most fertile place. The delta also stores the powerhouse of abundant fruit, vegetables and river fish of all kinds. There is an endless list of treats to sample the local taste, but do your best to try the fish hotpot, grilled snails in black pepper sauce and the famous Ben Tre coconut. You are certain to get wowed and bowled by the warm and sincere hospitality Mekong people. To top it all, you have the cruising through the delta at dusk, dining with grilled fish and enjoying a refreshing beverage while watching the sunset.

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