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Phu Quoc Island is situated in the Gulf of Thailand. Located off the southern coast of Vietnam and Cambodia, Phu Quoc is the largest island in Vietnam. Phu Quoc Island forms a triangular shape and to the west of it is the Long Beach, the longest beach of the island. Today Phu Quoc Island is known as one of the major Vietnam popular destinations.
Nearly half the island lets you view the unspoilt beauty of nature. Phu Quoc Island is covered with forests and the beaches are deserted, creating an enchanting environment in the island. It provides a spectacular view with the perfect fusion of its blue waters, sandy beaches, and beautiful landscapes. In a visit to Phu Quoc Island, do not forget to view the magical sunset from the beach. The famous beaches in the island, other than the Long Beach, are Bai Dan and Bai Sao. Away from the beaches are the pepper fields, the rain forest, and the Da Ban Stream with its waterfalls. All create a perfect picture of Phu Quoc Island’s beauty.
Vung Tau, Vietnam has long become an easy getaway for people from the noisy and populous city of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. In the past, Vung Tau was a favorite beach destination for the rich and famous in Ho Chi Minh City.
There are many tourist attractions in Vung Tau, including several beaches and abundance of pagodas and temples, many leaning against the mountains and face the oceans. Vung Tau, Vietnam faces the ocean on three sides. So, not surprisingly why Vung Tau is windy all year round with a very pleasant average temperature of 28 degrees Celsius which makes it a popular destination for sightseeing in Vietnam.
The three beaches in Vung Tau, Vietnam are Bai Sau or the Rear Beach, Bai Dua or the Pineapple Beach, and Bai Truoc or Front beach.
Along with being one of the Vietnam popular beach vocations, Vung Tau is also a centre of services for the exploitation of gas and oil with oil rigs just 70 kilometers off shore. Beside Vung Tau, Vietnam also has a significant fishing industry.
Phan Thiet is home to one of the best stretches of beach in the country. Phan Thiet is the classic example of a resort which has retained its fishing village culture. The town itself has remained untouched by tourism, whilst a collection of excellent resorts have opened up along the coast on the Mui Ne Peninsula. Well spaced and sensitively constructed, these resorts offer everything that a visitor could want from a beach destination.
Nha Trang is a seaside town, also the capital city of Khanh Hoa Province – on the South Central Coast of Vietnam. Nha Trang is becoming increasingly popular in recent years because of its pristine beach, best scuba diving center of Vietnam as well as lots of interesting places and delicious food to enjoy.
Nha Trang used to be no more than small fishing villages until the French colonization. The French recognized Nha Trang as a perfect place for bathing, so they invested in the transformation to turn Nha Trang into a resort town.
Today, Nha Trang attracts a large number of domestic as well as international tourists from all over the world, mostly in summer.
Nha Trang is famous for its culinary specialties like fresh seafood and barbecued pork rolled in rice paper, which are available in many restaurants in Nha Trang. In addition, the swallow’s nest soup – with bird’s nests collected from the wild, is regarded as the best in Vietnam.
Qui Nhon city is well known for its beautiful surroundings, Cham temples, and long beaches. The city is an ideal place for those who want to break up a journey between Nha Trang and Hoi An.
Qui Nhon has the coastline of 42 km in length with sandy beaches, various seafood resources and other natural products. Its natural area approximates 284 km2 with population more than 268 thousand people. The city is divided into 21 administrative units (16 wards and 5 communes) including 04 islands, peninsula and a mountain commune. Nowadays it becomes an industry city of Central Region.
Quy Nhon, a coastal city and a resort area, attracts thousands of visitors annually. Tourism becomes a key industry of this city thanks to its ideal weather conditions, long coastline, large and small islands, many beautiful beaches, a lot of scenic spots and historical relics.
Once known as Faifo, Hoi An was one of the orient's major trading ports in the 16th and 17th centuries. After the Thu Bon River linking Hoi An to the sea silted up ocean going ships were no longer able to sail into town and trade moved 30km up the coast to Tourane, known nowadays as Danang. Despite the passing of 200 years and the ravages of the weather and war, the centre of Hoi An remains much the same as it was in its heyday. A walking tour is the best way to see the wooden-fronted houses that once belonged to the town's prosperous merchants, the Japanese-covered Bridge and the wonderful market.
Hoi An is one of the best places in Vietnam to shop for souvenirs at bargain prices including silk, handicrafts, antiques and paintings. Five km from the centre of town is Cua Dai Beach, popular with both locals and visitors alike for its sandy beach, warm sea and seafood stalls. HoiAn is known throughout Vietnam for its excellent seafood and it also boasts its own unique dishes such as Cao Lau, a delicious combination of noodles, pork, bean sprouts, mint and croutons. Inland and a half-day trip from Hoi An is My Son, where the capital of the once great Champa Kingdom stood. The Cham, originally from India and Hindus, were the rulers of large areas of central Vietnam between the 2nd and 15th centuries. The Cham Museum, housed in a classical French colonial building in Danang, has the finest collection of Cham sculpture in the world, much of it originating from the My Son site.
The city itself has neither the atmosphere of Hanoi nor the hustle-bustle of Ho Chi Minh City, but has its share of sights, and is close to the charms of Hoi an and the imperial capital of Hue. Why do they call it the seaside and riverside city? Because Da Nang is a picturesque city by the Han river, and by the coast of the East Sea with distinctive attractiveness in comparison with other sea cities, luring hundreds of thousands of tourists from around the world!
The city is in the site of the East Sea and Han River with special different charms. Nature has offered the city a great position among three World heritages generously: ancient royal capital Hue, ancient city Hoi an and Holy land My Son. Thanks to this, Da Nang plays an important role in hosting, serving and transferring visitors. Not only being in the middle point of three world heritages, but also does it has numerous unforgettable beautiful scenes, such as Han River, Hai Van Pass, Son Tra Peninsula, Ba Na Mountain, Marble Mountains, etc.
Besides the bustle of the city center, there are ancient villages and traditional trade villages hidden by the range of bamboos in the city's suburban areas of Da nang. Outside the city, Phong Nam ancient village, Tuy Loan ancient village have a vast view of rice fields, small paths under bamboo shade and sometimes feeling peaceful atmosphere of hens' sound in the afternoon. In the village, there still remain the old-aged communal houses through ups and downs of the city history. However, there are sacred holy atmosphere but to be very close to the spirit of Quang Nam and Da nang people.
Possessing a 116.04 km long coastline, Quang Binh has firm foundation for development of tourism, which has been brought about great profit for the land. The province is favored with marvelous landscape with many beauty spots. Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park is a well-known local attraction which has been recognized by UNESCO as the world natural heritage in 2003. The Phong Nha - Ke Bang complex comprises many beautiful caves and grottoes with fantastic stalactites and stalagmites. With mysterious scenery insides, the caves and grottoes have attracted many domestic as well as foreign tourists.
A visit to the north is not complete without experiencing the spectacular views of more than 3,000 limestone karsts in Ha Long Bay. Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1994, Ha Long Bay is a naturalist’s dream. Sculpted into strange shapes by the wind and weather, the karsts hide deserted beaches, many magnificent caves, and hidden lagoons that may only be reached by chinks in the cliffs that are revealed at low tide.
The islands in Ha Long Bay are mainly limestone and schist islands most lying in the two main areas: the southeastern part of Bái Tử Long Bay and southwestern part of Hạ Long Bay. These islands represent the most ancient images of a geographical site having a tectonic age of from 250 million to 280 million years.
The area is recognized as the World Natural Heritage that is the area of 434 sq. km with 775 islands. It looks like a giant triangle with Ðầu Gỗ Island (in the west), Ba Hầm Lake (in the south) and Cống Tây Island (in the east) as its three angle points.
Viewed from above, Hạ Long Bay looks like an extremely vivid huge drawing. This is a wonderful and skilful masterpiece of the Creation and of nature that turns thousands of dumb soulless stone islands into fantastic sculptural and artistic works of various graceful shapes, both familiar and strange to human beings.
Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam and is the second most populous city in the country with approximately 4 million people.
Compared to Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi is more traditional and refined. Today it is best known for its thriving contemporary arts scene and French architecture, visible by the many colonial villas scattered throughout the city. While it is rapidly developing, the city has retained many of its cultural traditions. Observe elderly people practicing Tai Chi by the lake or witness traditional festivals during the Lunar New Year. Hanoi has a vibrant “street culture” where daily activities, such as hair cutting and eating at food stalls, take place on cramped sidewalks. As Hanoi is becoming more populated with people and automobiles, the city is experiencing more traffic congestion, particularly in the Old Quarter.
Whether it's strolling along the banks of Lake Hoan Kiem or pausing to reflect on a millennium-old pagoda, Hanoi is the type of city that encourages visitors to slow down and enjoy their holiday.
In West Hanoi, Ba Dinh District is home to several museums and Ho Chi Minh's Mausoleum. The leader's remains were embalmed against his wishes, and they're on display here nine months out of the year. A few beautiful Hanoi hotels in this area flank the 11th-century One-Pillar Pagoda.
A walking tour of the old quarter is a must while visiting Hanoi. This maze of alleyways dates to the 1200s and hides many interesting sites. Bach Ma Temple is the most important temple in the area. Across from this historic structure are a series of museums and sites related to Ho Chi Minh.