Have you explored the famous destinations in Vietnam ? But Do you have no travel experience in this land ? Do not you know what to do when you come here ?
OKkkkk. Do not worry !!!! We would like to send to you: 5 experiences Vietnam not to be missed when come here.
Floating market in Mekong Delta
If you are familiar with travel trip by car, so come to Mekong Delta, Vietnam. The Mekong Delta down south is criss-crossed with thousands of canals interlocking through fields and mangrove forests that have created a world of their own.
The Delta is alsso famous for its floating markets which are typical of the Phung Hiep and the Cai Be. On arriving in the Delta, you can start the motorized boat to visit the Cai Rang (Can Tho Province), Cai Be (Tien Giang Province), Phung Hiep… , experience how people exchanging goods, fruit and many other commodities on their vessels.
In the midst of hundreds of boats anchored next to each other, you’ll find huge crowds of buyers and seller bargaining over fruit, fish, poultry, fabric, home appliances and farming tools.
Overnight cruise in Ha Long Bay
As in the previous post I mentioned. This probably won’t come as a great surprise but you simply cannot miss out on the beauty of Halong Bay on your Vietnam trip. On a traditional junk boat for an overnight experience. You’ll float amongst the towering limestone rocks whilst dining on delicious Vietnamese cuisine, including fresh seafood. Your captain will stop off at points of interest where you will be able to capture some great shots of your surroundings. The rooms on the boats are small but cosy, and make sure you get up for sunrise over the bay- it’s a sight not to be missed !
Drinking ‘bia hoi’ with locals
A visit to Hanoi is incomplete without a stop at the ‘bia hoi’ corner at the crossroads of Luong Ngoc Quyen, Ta Hien and Dinh Liet streets for a glass of 20 cent beer.
A glass of beer with stories with friends or simply watch life around. It will make you relax and extremely comfortable.
Taking a train to Sapa
Sapa is a small town in the northern province of Lao Cai. Dubbed the “the Tonkinese Alps”, the region is home to hill tribe minority groups who farm on terraced rice fields.
Mount Fansipan, the roof of Indochina, stands tall at 3,143 meters right in the center of the Hoang Lien Son mountain range not far from Sapa.
A night train to Lao Cai. full facilities but still cheap. So why not try it ?
Eating dinner by the river in Hoi An
This was one of the best experiences of my Vietnam holiday. Hoi An is an enchanting town with a relaxed vibe, perfect for shopping, cycling and of course…eating. At night the waterfront comes alive with music and noise coming from the many bars and restaurants, and it’s a great place to stroll along and choose your spot for the evening. If you eat the local foods you’ll find it’s a much cheaper option, and you’ll get to sample the fresh produce of the area.
Do not fret anymore. You are ready to take a tour to Vietnam !
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