HanoiVietnam’s capital city has undergone rapid transformations in recent decades. Considered one of the most beautiful of the colonial Indochinese cities, Hanoi is a combination of old-world charm and modern developments brought on by its recent surge in tourism.
Attractions in Hanoi
- Wartime sites
- Water puppuet theatre
Ha Long BayThe UNESCO World Heritage site of Ha Long Bay is located about 170km east of Hanoi in northern Vietnam. It is an archipelago made up of 1,969 islands.
“Ha Long” means “bay of descending dragons”The bay is well-known for its scenic ocean karst topography and regarded one of the natural wonders of the world.
Activities at Ha Long Bay
- Bai Chay tourist boats
- Budget and midrange cruises
- Luxury cruises
- Kayaking to lagoons
- Seaplane with panoramic views
- Seafood dinner
- Swimming in the emerald water
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Ho Chi Minh CityHo Chi Minh City (HCMC), the largest city in Vietnam, is often described as a vibrant, dynamic, highly energetic city that has everything a city traveller could hope for – from timeless temples to towering skyscrapers, classy restaurants to unassuming street stalls, the finest hotels to the cheapest guesthouses.
- Reunification Palace
- War Remnants Museum
- Notre Dame Cathedral
- Saigon Skydeck
- Ben Thanh Market
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