Halong Bay, Vietnam. Unesco World Heritage Site. Most popular place in Vietnam. this landscape you can seen from the island Titop; Shutterstock ID 221377579; Project/Title: Fodor's Go List 2014; Downloader: Fodor's Travel
Vietnam offers terrific experiences that should be on every traveler’s list.

Halong Bay

Halong Bay, Vietnam. Unesco World Heritage Site. Most popular place in Vietnam. this landscape you can seen from the island Titop; Shutterstock ID 221377579;

Thousands of limestone karsts jut skyward from emerald waters in this UNESCO World Heritage-listed seascape. The best way to see it is to hop by boat between islands, including scenic Cat Ba, home to a national park.



Entrance of Citadel, Hue, Vietnam. Unesco World Heritage Site.; Shutterstock ID 129710609;

The jewel of Hue’s Citadel, this sprawling complex of majestic palaces and evocative temples brings the magnificence of Vietnam’s royal dynasties to life.



These are some of the things that can be find along the road of market area in the morning, Hanoi.
Photo taken on: June 08th, 2008

From Hanoi’s bustling Old Quarter to floating outposts in the Mekong Delta, markets reveal colorful slices of local life. Plunge right in and haggle like you mean it.


A busy road outside Notre Dame Cathedral in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Ideal for writeup on Ho Chi Minh City.

Rapidly modernizing, HCMC is a jolt of urban energy unlike anywhere else in the country. The frenetic pace (that traffic!) is tempered by peaceful pagodas, parks, and cafés.



Nom Bo, Hanoi, Vietnam

Devour a delicious bowl of pho on a bustling corner or follow the fragrant smoke emanating from a sidewalk brazier, where marinated pork sizzles.



Tourist entering the small entrance to the Cu Chi Tunnels outside of Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam– a series of tunnel used by the Viet Cong during the Vietnam War, now open to tourists.
Photo taken on: December 30th, 2011

Museums pay tribute, but for a different perspective on the war, look underground—the vast Cu Chi tunnel network is a monu­ment to Vietnamese tenacity.



Very nice scenery outside Phong Nha Ke Bang natural preserve, Vietnam; Shutterstock ID 169412936

Untamed jungle, vast imagination-defying limestone caves, and underground rivers make this spectacular region irresistible to adventurers.



Hoi An, Quang Nam, Vietnam, February 2014: The traditional boat moored on the river in the ancient town of Hoi An, Vietnam.; Shutterstock

French colonial architecture, historic traders’ houses, and atmospheric temples are among the charms of Hoi An that are easily discovered on a riverside stroll.



Kayak at the tropical beach ;


DA LAT, VIET NAM, December 24, 2014 DaLat church, seen from afar, in the morning mist

Built by the French as health retreats, hill stations such as Dalat make a cool contrast to the steamy lowlands—think misty peaks and rugged scenery.




An unidentified Hmong tribe woman carrying her child in her backpack in Northern Vietnam. The Hmong people are one of the largest ethnic minorities in Vietnam.

Home to ethnic minorities, this northern mountain town is also the jumping-off point for some compelling sights, including Fansipan, Vietnam’s tallest summit.



AN GIANG, VIET NAM- SEPT 22: Tra Su indigo forest, eco tourist area at Mekong Delta for green ecotourism, friendly woman rowing the row boat, hyacinth cover water, tree flooded, Vietnam, Sept 22, 2014.

This patchwork of waterways and floating markets, mangrove swamps, and brilliant green rice paddies is best explored by boat, but bike tours provide a fun alternative.