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Things to do in Vietnam
Hanoi - take a cruise tour of Halong Bay
Halong Bay is possibly one of the most stunning landscapes in the world and a cruise around it can be the highlight of your trip to Vietnam. There are a range of trips with one day and two day cruises available and with nearly 2,000 islets to see there is never enough time to see everything. If you can take the opportunity to explore some of the jungle trails and kayak amongst the islets marveling at the limestone landscape.
Hanoi - take a trip to the Perfume Pagoda
Possibly the most important Buddhist temple in Vietnam the Perfume Pagoda near Hanoi is also not the easiest to get to but is worth the visit. The temple is one of many built in the limestone cliffs of the region and a popular location for locals and tourists, many of whom are making a pilgrimage. The site is only accessible by boat and then a 4km walk but a cable car is available if you wish to avoid the walk.
Ho Chi Minh - explore the Cu Chi Tunnel Network
There are nearly 200km of tunnels in the Cu Chi tunnel system just outside of Ho Chi Minh City dating back to when Cu Chi freedom fighters needed protection from French air attacks and later American attacks during the Vietnam War. There are also a large number of rooms excavated out along the tunnels that served as schools, hospitals and sleeping accommodation. The tour can be claustrophobic in places so it is not recommended for people that do not like small places
Ho Chi Minh - visit the harrowing war remnants museum
There have been many films and documentaries about the Vietnam War from the American perspective and the War Remnants Museum portrays the war from the Viet Cong’s viewpoint. Some of the pictures and film in the museum are quite graphic and not for the faint hearted but still informative. There are also replicas of the cages where prisoners were kept as well as a number of military hardware and ordinances to be photographed with.
Hue - go on a motorbike adventure tour
Vietnam is a beautiful country and one of the best ways to see it is from the back of a motorbike where you can get close to the locals and enjoy the sights without being in a crowd. There are a number of companies that offer a range of different tours tailored to meet your preferences. No experience riding motorbikes is necessary as all the driving is done for you and there are stops along the way to visit the local sites
Sapa - take a paddy field hike to Cat Cat Village
For a day out in an authentic Vietnamese village take a tour to the Cat Cat Village, home of the Black H’mong tribe, where you can see life the same as it was over 1,000 years ago. The locals still farm the paddy fields using buffalo the same way as their ancestors did and build their houses from mud bricks. This is possibly the best village trip in the country but be sure to bring good walking shœes.
Introduction of Vietnam
With a turbulent history consisting of war and colonialisation, Vietnam is revelling the recent period of stability and opening up to both investment and tourism. Construction is booming, meaning that the number of Vietnam hotels is growing rapidly. In the north of the country, tourism focuses on Hanoi, with its atmospheric Old Quarter featuring fine cuisine and fascinating architecture. It's a good base for visiting Ha Long Bay, an area famous for its spectacular rock formations. Heading south, the Central Coast features Vietnam's most-developed beach resort, Nha Trang, as well as Hoi An, a picturesque town and UNESCO World Heritage site. In the far south, Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon) hosts a number of historical attractions and is a good base for visiting the Cu Chi Tunnels, a famous Vietnam War site. The city is also the gateway to the Mekong Delta, where floating markets and laid-back riverside cities are the orders of the day.