Vietnam is a country with a developed tourism industry not inferior to other Western countries. Coming to Vietnam, visitors will be able to visit the majestic mountains, tall, waterfalls pouring down from the top to splash into white bubbles erasing an entire sky and thousands of other beautiful scenes that you do not should be ignored. Let’s take a look at the top 8 famous landscapes in Vietnam to admire the beauty of your homeland!
Ha Long Bay
Ha Long Bay looking down from above looks like a giant picture of extremely vivid water wear. These are beautiful, talented and creative works of nature, turning thousands of tranquil inanimate islands into perfect sculptures and paintings with all lovely, medium-sized shapes. very familiar and unfamiliar to humans Thousands of rocky islands undulating in the shimmering waves of water, both robust and majestic, but also very soft, charming, lively.
The island is shaped like someone heading towards the mainland – Hon Dau Island; the island is like a dragon flying on the water – Hon Rong; the island is like an old man sitting fishing – La Vong island; and there were two muscular brown sails turning the water wave out – Canh Buom; then two chickens are cuddling lovingly on the waves – Trong Mai; standing in the middle of a vast sea of water is a huge censer like a sacrifice to heaven and earth – the censer of Lu Huong … All are very real, amazingly real. The wondrous rocks that transform unpredictably over time and perspective. Only now do we realize that all of them are not tranquil islands but soulful and alive.
Hoan Kiem Lake (Ho Guom)
Hoan Kiem Lake is associated with the history of our country when King Ly Thai To returned the precious sword to the turtle. Hoan Kiem Lake is a symbol of the thirst for peace and virtue of martial arts of the Vietnamese nation.
Therefore, many artists and artists have taken the image of Ho Guom as the basis for their works. The area of the lake is about 12 hectares. Previously, the lake also had names: Luc Thuy lake, Thuy Quan lake, Ta Vong lake and Huu Vong lake.
City 3 no.
This is the unique point of Dalat that no other Vietnamese city has.
There is no red light
There is no cyclo
There is no air conditioning
The best of Da Lat.
Unique maple leaf forest
1m2 has the most virtual life styles
Many the most beautiful Homestay
The best grilled rice paper
The biggest pumpkin garden
Most species of flowers
Located in the Northwest of Vietnam, Sa Pa town is 1,600 meters above sea level, 38 km from Lao Cai city and 376 km from Hanoi. The average temperature throughout the year in Sapa is 15 degrees Celsius, the climate is always cool all year round. In the summer, one day in Sapa seems to have four seasons around, the morning is a bit warm in the spring, the afternoon is sunny like the summer but not too harsh, the next afternoon there is a little more wind, dew falls like Fall and evening are a cold night of winter.
Coming to Sapa, besides looking at the picturesque hills and mountains, you can directly visit the ethnic villagers and learn about their lifestyle and customs. Tram Con Pass or the Heaven Gate, Silver Waterfall, Phan-xi-pang Mountains, terraced fields … are all one of the places that attract the most tourists.
Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park
Phong Nha – Ke Bang is a nature reserve officially recognized by UNESCO. It has Son Dong cave – the largest cave in the world and about 300 other caves. Inside the Son Dong cave is an underground lake 13m deep above the ground with countless stalactites and ice.
There are also Tien Son cave and Thien Duong cave. The area is a limestone area of up to 2,000 square kilometers with tropical vegetation and many ancient trees up to 500 years old.
Phu Quoc island
As the largest of the 22 islands in the Gulf of Thailand, Phu Quoc Island has an area of 567 km² (56,700 ha), 49 km long, the smooth natural terrain running from north to south with 99 hills and mountains.
In 2008, the Concierge.com website (specializing in tourism in Australia) announced Phu Quoc Beach is one of the 13 “pristine and most beautiful” beaches in the world. In addition, Phu Quoc is also the place to produce a fish sauce that is not only famous in Vietnam but also known around the world.
Nha Trang is a coastal city and a center of politics, economy, culture, science and technology and tourism of Khanh Hoa province, Vietnam. Before becoming part of Vietnam, Nha Trang belonged to Chiêm Thành. Relics of the Cham people are still in many places in Nha Trang.
Nha Trang was recognized as a first-class city by the Prime Minister of Vietnam on April 22, 2009. This is one of the first-class cities under the province of Vietnam. Nha Trang is known as the pearl of the East Sea, the Blue Gem because of its natural value, beauty and climate.
Hoi An city is located on the North bank of the lower Thu Bon River, about 25 km southeast of Danang, and about 50 km northeast of Tam Ky city. From the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, this place was famous as Faifoo.