A Vietnam trip is one of the best value trips you can take in Asia. Accommodation and meals are incredibly affordable, and the country is a top spot for outdoor activities like cycling, trekking, and kayaking. Getting around can be slow, however, so it’s important to factor in extra time to get from place to place.
The capital, Hanoi, offers a charming mix of old and new. It’s also home to the impressive Temple of Literature and a UNESCO-listed natural wonder, Halong Bay. Visit the iconic Gia Long Palace to see where Ngo Dinh Diem spent his final hours before being assassinated, and check out the War Remnants Museum for a sobering reminder of local atrocities.
Venture north to swaying rice fields and soaring mountain scenery. Take in awe-inspiring views from the colossal Fansipan Mountain, or explore the region’s hill tribe villages and silvery stalactite-lined caves. Then, journey to chocolate box-pretty Ninh Binh, a hub of fruit farms and flower orchards and delightful floating markets.
From December to March, Da Lat’s romantic hillside gardens bloom in full color. Known as the Paris of Vietnam, the city also has French-colonial villas, horse-drawn carriages, and a radio tower modeled after the Eiffel Tower. Don’t miss a day out on the Hai Van Mountain Pass, which has hairpin turns and sweeping views of coastline vistas. It’s also worth a stop at the Cu Chi Tunnels, where you can walk through some of the narrow passageways that were used by Viet Cong soldiers to ambush US troops. 다낭 가라오케 가격 및 추천