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A List of 7 Places You Should Never Miss During Your Next Trip to Vietnam

With its rich and dynastic history, Vietnam is an amazing country for your next holiday trip. Though much has been written about the country, there are little tales about the beautiful palaces and the stunning landscapes. The cooperative local people give travelers a concrete reason to spend more days there, not to mention the traditional dishes with natural aromas you ought to miss once your trip is over. As you plan a trip to Vietnam, include the following places in the bucket list.

Ho Chi Minh City
This is one of the famous contemporary cities of Vietnam, which dates back to the previous century activities. The city has grown gradually, and today it is one of the best destinations for all travelers. If you are planning a trip to Ho Chi Minh City, the Cu Chi tunnels should not miss in the list of activities. Another must-visit place is the Saigon Notre-Dame Basilica to see the long-established French cathedral.

Hoi An
For those seeking to see the traditional crafts and structures owned by local people, the Hoi An is the place to be. This is an educational site to learn cultures of Vietnamese and get to understand their traditional economic and social systems. More things to explore awaits you while in Hoi An. Any traveler will enjoy watching their artistic displays, and listen to religious norms of the local communities.

Phong Nha
Another place to explore is the caves of the Phong Nha. The caves are in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites so that they can be preserved for the current and future generations. A few meters from the caves, there is a national park. It hosts a wide number of animal species such as bears, monkeys, snakes, spiders and more.

Hue
The city has a lot of fun for travelers. As one of the historical cities that was inhabited by kings, some of the major ancient architectural structures are found here. The Citadel is a landmark found in the city center. As you shop around, remember to order for some delicious traditional Vietnamese foods in any of the kiosks and booths near you.

Sapa
Sapa is a relatively smaller town in the mountains of Vietnam, and worth visiting by any traveler. A local guide can help you trail through the rice paddies, up and down the misty peaks while exploring the real wonders of nature. The mountains offer a great view and sights as you go up and down the misty peaks.

Nha Trang
After several days of trekking and exploring natural settings, you need to relax at the Nha Trang beach. Nha Trang has everything to offer from scuba diving to all sorts of watersports. The place is so decent with beautiful resorts and luxury hotels.

Ha Long Bay
You can conclude your trip at the Ha Long Bay. There are lots of things to do for adults and kids. You will have lots of fun in the caves and jungles, while a boat trip along the Ha Long Bay will create a memorable excursion in Vietnam.

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