The capital of Vietnam, has a population of over 7.7 million people (2nd largest city). In October of 2010, it officially marked the 1,000th year since the establishment of the city.
Ha Long Bay:
In Vietamese, the name ‘Ha Long’ means “Descending Dragon”.
It has more than 1,600 limestone islands, topped with jungle vegetation, that rise dramatically out of the emerald waters surrounding them.
A small, quiet, mountain town located in the Northwest near China’s border, in the Lao Cai Province. Sa Pa is situated within the Hoang Lien Son mountain range, which is home to the highest mountain in Vietnam, Fan Si Pan (10,311 ft).
Often called ‘Ha Long Bay of the land’.
Ninh Binh is located 1.5 hours southeast of Hanoi. It is one of the most scenic area of Vietnam and is littered with amazing nature and culture!
Dong Hoi//Nha-Kẻ Bàng National Park:
The National Park has more than 300 other caves, including the worlds largest cave, Hang Sơn Đoòng. Hang Sơn Đoòng is believed to be between 2-5 million years old.
Located in Central Vietnam near the East Sea, Da Nang is an Important port city. It is known for the beautiful sandy beaches which provide incredible sunsets. It’s also surrounded by mountains with amazing views, widely known as ‘Ba Na Hills’.
An old trading port back in the 15th century, its ancient buildings and canals makes it feel like a Vietnamese Venice. Old Town, which is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is known for its street food, cheap tailored clothes, and boat rides on the river.
Đà Lạt (Dalat):
“City of Eternal Spring”- the temperate climate and beautiful landscape lets the farmers in this area grow fruits, flowers, and coffee. They are also the supplier of all the wine coming from Vietnam.
Ho Chi Minh City (commonly known as Saigon):
The largest city in Vietnam and the former Capital of South Vietnam (Republic of Vietnam during the Vietnam War). HCM has nearly 9 million people living within the city (which is bigger than New York City).