Introduced as an astonishingly exotic and compelling country, Vietnam is a country of breath-taking sceneries and incredible heritage that makes it amazing to travel. In Vietnam, you can find unforgettable experiences all over the place, literally. Motorbiking switchback after switchback at Hai Van Pass, chatting with friends with classy glasses of Bia Hoi or even immersing in the overwhelmingly majestic seascapes from above. You can find your one-in-a-lifetime experience anywhere in Vietnam. Therefore, we at Hoozing list down this years best places to travel in our list “Best places to travel in Vietnam in 2018- Summer Edition” , featuring some well-known tourism spots of this country.
Just like any others, beaches, sunlight and wind is the best combo for everyone’s perfect summer. Just grab up your sunglass, apply them on and you are ready to go. But where? Don’t worry! Vietnam has many of the best places to go in summer.
So let’s get started with the summer edition with Hoozing before it’s too late!!
To many people, Nha Trang is supremely famous for its tourism and world-class resorts. Nha Trang beach was nominated as one of the 29 best bays in the world. White sand, crystal clear seawater and brisk wind can bring the feel of paradise to the visitors.
Forming a magnificent sweeping arc, Nha Trang’s 6km-long golden-sand beach is the city’s trump card. Sections are roped off and designated for safe swimming only. The turquoise water is very inviting, and the promenade a delight to stroll.
Besides, authorities and personal businesses invest a great deal of money in tourism in Nha Trang, so the tourism here is remarkably impressive to tourists. Check out Vinpearl Nha Trang with the world’s longest cable car trait across Nha Trang Bay.
More than that, Vinpearl Nha Trang is aiming at building the best entertainment paradise in Southeast Asia with its amusement park and various 5-star resorts for all customers.
There are a lot of tourism sites to choose when visiting Da Nang, both commercial and cultural. On the one hand, commercial tourism sites in Da Nang are being more and more concentrated and gradually gain more repute from its marketing campaign, noticeably Asia Park and Ba Na Hills. Indeed, these places have high service fees and prices, as they are being merchandised intensively for profit.
Apart from that, the Marble Mountains in Da Nang is favored by many tourists. Just off the Danang Beach coastal road, the Marble Mountains (Ngu Hanh Son) consist of five serial craggy marble outcrops topped with pagodas. Each is named after a natural element it represents: Thuy Son (Water), Moc Son (Wood), Hoa Son (Fire), Kim Son (Metal or Gold) and Tho Son (Earth). The villages that have sprung up at the base of the mountains specialize in marble sculpture. They now astutely use marble from China rather than hacking away at the mountains that bring the visitors in.
And just like Nha Trang, Vinpearl has now extended to Da Nang, bringing one of the most luxurious resorts there.
Phu Quoc archipelago is made of 28 islands, most of which are uninhabited while some other are invested as private resorts. Covering 574 square kilometers, Phu Quoc island is the largest city in the Gulf of Thailand, receiving thousands of tourists every year.
The island enjoys an average temperature of around 27°C, with the hottest being April when mercury levels reach 29°C. Hence, Phu Quoc offers comfortable year-round warmth for heat-seekers. Luckily, Phu Quoc Island is gifted with beautiful unspoiled beaches. The site boasts 150 kilometers of coast with ice cream-soft sand, trodden mostly by the locals/ tourists from Asian countries nearby.
If you are looking for a really relaxing beach with peaceful 5-star resorts with few people around, you should consider Phu Quoc. JW Marriott or Vinpearl Phu Quoc are among the most chosen resorts here.
Recognised as one of New 7 Wonders of Nature, Ha Long (literally descending dragon bay) is undoubtedly famous for its gigantic scenery. In the administrative sense, the bay belongs to Ha Long City, Cam Pha City, and is a part of Van Don District. The bay features thousands of limestone karsts and isles in various shapes and sizes. Plus, Ha Long Bay is the heart of a larger zone including Bai Tu Long Bay to the northeast, and Cat Ba Island to the southwest. These zones share a similar geological, geographical, geomorphological, climate, and cultural characters.
In Ha Long Bay, you can pay a visit to these sites, suggested by the Paradise Cruise.
Islands: Tuan Chau, Ti Top, Cong Do, Soi Sim, Bo Hon, Rang Dua, Reu
Beaches: Tuan Chau, Bai Chay, Titop, Ban Chan, Ba Trai Dao, Soi Sim, Ngoc Vung
Karst grottoes: Sung Sot, Luon, Trong, Tien Ong, Thien Cung, Dau Go, Trinh Nu, Thien Canh Son
Floating villages: Cua Van, Vung Vieng, Cap La, Ba Hang, Cong Dam
Onshore sights: Ha Long City with Night Market, Quang Ninh Museum, Dragon Park (Ha Long Park), Bai Tho Mountain, Bai Chay Bridge
Nearby spots: Bai Tu Long Bay (Ngoc Vung and Quan Lan Island), Lan Ha Bay (Cat Ba Island), Co To District,…
And that’s the end of our summer edition tourism list. Hoozing hopes that you guys can spend a great time in Vietnam, traveling and immersing yourself in the magnificent beauty of Vietnam sceneries. And of course, stay tuned for the Part 2 – Winter Edition, featuring Da Lat, Sa Pa, Hoi An, Ha Noi and Ha Giang.