Vietnam is Asia’s gem. The country shares its borders with China, Cambodia, and Laos, which brings many tourists who are also visiting nearby. Vietnam shares its seas with Indonesia, the Philippines, and Malaysia. Those who seek to see the world always visit Vietnam to learn about the history of this populous nation.

Although Vietnam has a violent past, it thrives today. Hạ Long Bay is considered as the most popular destination for tourists in Vietnam, but there are so many places to explore.

My son

My Son is the most significant archeological location in Vietnam. These ancient ruins were once Hindu temples dedicated to Lord Shiva. These temples were built between the 4th and 14th century under the reign of the Champa Kingdom. You can see how archeologically brilliant the construction are even to this date.

Mekong Delta

The glimpse of culture and business of Mekong Delta is unlike anywhere else in the world. Most of the agriculture in Vietnam is handled through the Mekong Delta. You can visit the floating markets, fruit orchards, rice fields, and bird sanctuaries in the Mekong Delta.

Sapa

Sapa is a wonderful destination to trek and takes scenic pictures. Hoang Lien Son Mountains are the main attraction of Sapa; it is treated as the basecamp to climb the mountains. You can also visit the rice paddies or witness the Vietnamese traditional villages and culture here.

Ha Long Bay

The name of Ha Long Bay is synonymous with Vietnam. The meaning of Ha Long is descending dragon; it aptly suits the location as the limestone hills look like dragons emerging from the water. You will never have enough of Ha Long Bay. There are more than 2,000 islands in the bay covered with lush green forests.