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For those who are big fans of camping, there is no reason for missing out on the most popular camping sites in Vietnam. Combining your camping with discovering Vietnam natural beauty through hiking or trekking will be one of the best ways to experience amazing landscapes of the country up close and personal.

Here is a comprehensive guide on what you need to know before camping in Vietnam and a list of top 10 best places for camping in Vietnam. Let’s check it out!

Camping Equipment, Rent or Buy?

Prepare essential camping gear well for your future camping trips

Preparing for camping equipment before the trip is necessary. It will make your camping easier and more convenient. Camping equipment should include tents, sleeping bags, mats, pillows, and kerosene lamps.

You may wonder whether you should rent or buy this equipment. Then, you should answer the question: How often will you go camping? If you travel a lot then it is better to buy a tent with good quality. So even when you finish this camping, you still can use it the next time you travel. However, if you only want to experience one night sleeping under the stars, let’s consider renting the equipment. Most of them can be hired in the national parks right near the gate. Renting fee is around VND 200,000 while the price of buying a tent in Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City could range from USD 80 to USD 100.

When to Camp?

Ta Dung Lake, Dak Nong province in summertime (@trang.trangtt)

The best time of year for camping in Vietnam depends on the region you want to camp in. In the north of Vietnam, it’s better to camp from April to August. During the summertime, the National Parks have the cooler weather that is best for relaxing. In the south region, you should choose the camping time from December to April when it is the dry season.

10 Recommended Places for Camping in Vietnam 1. Ta Xua Nature Reserve (Son La Province)

Ta Xua Mountain in the cloud paradise (@hataos_)


A hidden gem off the beaten track, Ta Xua is the 10th highest mountain in Vietnam and famous for its legendary “dinosaur backbone” trail and a magical floating sea of clouds. Visiting Ta Xua Nature Reserve in the best time of the year – October and November, you have a chance to witness rice terraces turning ripe in bright yellow, the wildflowers blooming everywhere and enjoy the perfect weather, not too hot nor not too cold. Ta Xua will become your memorable camping site where you can see untouched natural sceneries and amazing trails, as well as enjoying the sunshine underneath a clear blue sky. You can find the best camping spot in Ta Xua Nature Reserve on the peak of the mountain by trekking up to the 2.200 meters base camp.

Location: Bac Yen District, Son La Province; about 220 km from Hanoi

Opening hours: 8 am – 6 pm

Price: VND 150,000 – VND 300,000

2. Coco Beach Camp 

Colorful tents stretching from the beach to the garden at Coco Beach Camp


If you are thinking about new experiences with building the small tents by yourself, hearing the ocean wave, sleeping right near the beach, enjoying fresh seafood, Coco Beach Camp is the camping site to go. These experiences you may not find elsewhere in other luxury hotels or resorts. On the large beach, it’s easy to see plenty of colorful tents built up in the area that stretches to the garden area inside.

The place is also famous for its beautiful corners to take some sets of photos. And active people may enjoy many outdoor games there such as boating, diving, parasailing, vegetable cultivation, and beach volleyball.

Location: Located in La Gi, Binh Thuan. Coco Beach Camp is just about 160 km from Ho Chi Minh City or about 50 km from Phan Thiet City. It’s totally possible for you to drive by car or motorbike.

Opening hours: 24 hours

Price: VND 200,000 – VND 300,000/ person (depends on the area)

3. Trung Luong Camping Site (Binh Dinh)

Trung Luong camping site with stretched coastline, white sandy beaches, hills, and winding ladders.


Trung Luong Camping Site has attracted a lot of visitors to come for enjoying the peaceful atmosphere, beautiful beach, going camping and getting closer to nature. Comparing to other camping sites around Binh Dinh province, its scenery is quite impressive with strange shapes of limestone ridges, the fresh salty air from the sea and fresh lawns under the sunny carpet. In the entertainment area, there are colorful chairs, camps with green and red roofs and a beachfront view. The outdoor activities include snorkeling, exploring coral reefs, scuba diving,… So your trip will not be boring at all.

Location: Cat Tien Commune, Phu Cat District, Binh Dinh province. 

If you are in Quy Nhon City, you can drive a motorbike there. The distance from the city to the camping site is only 30 km.

Opening hours: 8 am – 8 pm

Price: from VND 150,000/ person

4. Dong Cao Plateau (Bac Giang)

Sunrise in Dong Cao Plateau

Majestic Dong Cao Plateau from above


Location: Thach Son commune, Son Dong district, Bac Giang province (about 150 km from Hanoi capital).

Opening hours: 24 hours

Price: Free

5. Mount Ham Lon (Hanoi)

Ham Lon the tallest peak in Hanoi


The Ham Lon or so-called Pig Jaw, is a mountain in the range of Doc Ton. The place is quite popular among young people. With the height of 462 meters, you can think of conquering the top of the mount. Near the top is a fairly flat area where you can use for camping. The area is also a good one for resting to leave the mountain or you can wait for the sunset or sunrise.

Location: Soc Son District, 40 km from Hanoi (about one hour by motorbike).

Opening hours: 24 hours

Price: VND 70,000 – VND 100,000/ person

6. Ba Vi National Park (Hanoi)

Ba Vi National Park an ideal destination for hiking, trekking, swimming and having a picnic


Ba Vi National Park‘s total area is 11.372 hectares and now it is the home to hundreds of wildlife species. Visiting the National Park, visitors can explore deep caves which are hidden in the mountains, see an orchid garden at an altitude of 800 meters, or find relics of the fight against the French colonialists.

Standing in the top, you can see a panoramic view of Hanoi. The camping site you can choose in the forest or in guesthouses.

Location: Ba Vi district, about 60 kilometers to the west of Hanoi

Opening hours: 6 am – 7 pm

Price: VND 40,000 for the entrance fee; VND 150,000/ a tent

7. Nam Cat Tien National Park (Dong Nai)

Nam Cat Tien National Park a true treasure trove of biodiversity (source: wiki.youvivu)


Nam Cat Tien is a tropical national park which is an unmissable destination for nature lovers. It is a great place for having a camping picnic at the weekend. When staying in there, you can rent a bike going around, or go trekking in the jungle. The waterfalls, the cliffs with luxuriant trees, the clouds around the waterfall are worth your trekking. The park also includes different types of flora and fauna. In the evening, you can try to have grilled chicken near your camp.

Location: Nam Cat Tien Commune, Tan Phu District, Dong Nai (150 kilometers to the northeast of Ho Chi Minh City).

Opening hours: 6:30 am – 10:00 pm

Price: VND 150,000 – VND 300,000

8. Cuc Phuong National Park (Ninh Binh)

Cuc Phuong national park one of Vietnam’s largest nature reserve


Location: Nho Quan District, Ninh Binh Province, about 120 kilometers to the south of Hanoi

Opening hours: 8 am – 6 pm

Price: VND 60,000/ adult for the entrance fee, VND 60,000/ a tent for 2 people, VND 70,000/ a tent for 4 people

9. Ta Dung Lake (Dak Nong)

Sunset on Ta Dung Lake (@losviajesdewalliver)


Ta Dung Lake, which is also known as Ha Long Bay of the Central Highlands, is the highlight of Ta Dung nature reserve. When setting foot on this land, most of the visitors are impressed by its wilderness and ecological characteristics. Visiting the Ta Dung Lake, you have a chance to rent a boat to surf on the calm lake to enjoy its peaceful space. Camping activities usually take place next to the lake. It is a good place for sitting quietly to wait for the last sunlight disappear and also for the sunrise with the howls of gibbons.

Location: Dak Som Commune, Dak G’long District, Dak Nong province (about 250 kilometers from Ho Chi Minh City).

Opening hours: 24 hours

Price: VND 100,000 – VND 200,000

10. Son My Beach (Binh Thuan)

Quirky, quiet, and colorful camping at Son My Beach is very relaxing indeed


[UPDATE: Sadly, the Son My Beach Camping stops operating now. Nonetheless, people are still allowed to camp here by the beach with their own camping equipment. In spite of being closed, this site is still worth mentioning in this list of best places for camping in Vietnam.]

Due to its gracefulness trait, Son My Beach is also considered as a romantic version of Coco Beach Camp. Spending 3 hours to get there from Ho Chi Minh City, you can see this sightseeing spot with your own eyes. The beautiful place with lush coconut palms and the smooth sandy beach attracts a number of young people. Coming there, you have a chance to pitch the tent with your friends, make an outdoor BBQ party, play team-building games on the beach and explore the life of the fishermen.

Location: La Gi, Binh Thuan province (11 km from Coco Beach Camp).

Opening hours: 24 hours

Price: from 150,000/person

Other Vietnam Camping Sites: 

Besides the top camping sites as above, there are also many other attractive places to camp. Those are worth mentioning in your list include: Tanyoli in Ninh Thuan province, Starfish in Khanh Hoa province, Son Tinh Camp in Hanoi, Zenna Pool Camp in Vung Tau, Sao Bien Ecosystem Site, Co To Eco Lodge, Life’s A Beach, Dong Mo in Hanoi, Ly Son Island, Mu Cang Chai, Suoi Vang lake, Hai Van Pass and Cu Lao Xanh.

Zenna Pool Camp

Ly Son island (@ly_son_island)

Son Tinh Camp

Cu Lao Xanh (@toan_cu_lao_xanh)

Ta Nang Phan Dung (Source: Shutterstock)

Tips on Camping

Prepare essential items such as insect repellents and medical kit for an emergency.

Clean all the garbage before you go to protect the environment.

If you are not familiar with camping, you can book a tour to ensure your safety.

Ask before you cook something because fire is not allowed in some areas.

Đăng bởi: Ngô Uyên

Từ khoá: 10 Best Places for Camping in Vietnam

Best National Parks In Vietnam

Vietnam’s national park system is a treasure of the region. Here are the 10 best locations.

Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park

Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park is often called the heart of Quang Binh tourism.

This location’s pristine natural landscape is like an ink painting that captivates visitors. It is located adjacent to the Hin Namno National Park of Laos.

Giant limestone mountains reach up to the sky containing hundreds of meters of underground labyrinths. The flora and fauna system is rich, but the cave system has cemented this location’s status as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The park is millions of years old and features nearly 300 caves and underground rivers. Hundreds of rare precious flora and fauna species exist on the site inspiring tourists and scientists to come here to explore.

April to August is a great time to take a cave exploration trip. The temperature inside the cave is always a cool 20 to 21 degrees celsius.

Phu Quoc National Park

Photo by Focus Asia Travel

This is a jewel in the western portion of Phu Quoc island. It is home to more than 200 kinds of animals and 1,000 species of plants. Phu Quoc National Park is a complex of rare, old-growth forests with dipterocarp trees up to 30 meters high. You can easily go hiking and camping in the garden from Ganh Dau village.

Besides rich flora and fauna, Phu Quoc National Park also contains about 60 km of coastline and its beautiful views. This is where visitors find beautiful coral reefs and unique sea creatures.

After, make time to explore the top of Nui Chua, known as the “roof” of Phu Quoc. The peak has an altitude of 565 meters in the Ham Ninh range. Visitors can take pictures with the green of the forest, and blue of the sea and the sky.

The ideal time to visit Phu Quoc National Park is from February to June. When it is less rainy and sunny, many flowers bloom and it’s convenient for trekking and admiring the beauty of the vegetation.

Nui Chua National Park: A Unique Ecological System

Primates and bears roam the hillsides within the semi-arid park grounds, and bats and birds fly in the sky. The shoreline is of special importance: it is the nesting ground for several endangered species of turtles.

The time from about mid-August to late October of the year provides the best weather for your visit to Nui Chua National Park in Ninh Thuan.

Cat Tien National Park

Cat Tien is considered a precious gem just a short distance from Ho Chi Minh City. Cat Tien stretches over the three provinces of Dong Nai, Lam Dong, and Binh Phuoc with more than 80,000 hectares and a 90 km-stretch of the Dong Nai river at its border.

Cat Tien National Park has among the most valuable and diverse biological resources in Vietnam. According to wildlife statistics, in Cat Tien National Park, there are 1,610 species of plants and 1,568 animals. This is the habitat of deer, gibbons, and wild boars.

In the park, the comprehensive nature trails are still preserved. A guest can visit and explore the forest without a guide. The park features a wide range of beautiful places to stay, from campsites to riverside wooden cottages, making Cat Tien National Park the perfect place to get close to nature.

The most suitable time to visit is from about December to May because there is little rain and the forest is dry, so it is more convenient to travel and explore the beauty of the woods then.

Cat Ba National Park: A Green Tourist Destination

This is a special-use forest in Vietnam and a world biosphere reserve. Many marine ecosystems, terrestrial forests, submerged forests, and rare species of flora and fauna are currently preserved in Cat Ba National Forest.

It is located in Cat Hai district in Hai Phong. Cat Ba National Park deserves a stop on your excursion to the north. Cat Ba National Park looks like part of “Jurassic Park” with old-growth forests shrouded in mist. Cat Ba National Park contains some beautiful trails of moderate difficulty for trekking lovers.

The ecosystem in Cat Ba national forest includes more than 282 plants and nearly 800 animals living in the woods and under the sea. Cat Ba National Park is home to most of the world’s white-headed langurs.

The most suitable time to travel to Cat Ba is from April to October. At this time, Cat Ba is very pleasant. There isn’t much rain, so it is very suitable for climbing and exploring the area.

Ba Be National Park

Ba Be National Park is home to Tay, Dao, and H’mong ethnic groups in Bac Kan province. Going to Ba Be National Park, you can enjoy nature and have the opportunity to experience life in traditional homestays.

Ba Be National Park is famous for its towering limestone mountains and poetic waterfalls flowing down Ba Be Lake, one of the county’s largest natural freshwater lakes.

This place contains more than 1,000 species of plants and about 80 species of rare animals.

Hike through the forest or take a boat ride to explore hidden limestone caves along the water’s edge. If you want to enjoy the fantastic atmosphere and admire the poetic natural landscape, summer is always the best suggestion for tourists to Ba Be Lake.

Yok Don National Park

This park is located between the two provinces of Dak Nong and Dak Dak. It is the only known natural forest in Vietnam that still preserves the dipterocarp tree growth.

As the national park with the largest special use forest in Vietnam, Yok Don is also home to some of the country’s last remaining wild elephants and leopards.

Over the years, poaching and illegal logging have decimated the populations of these species and visitors are no longer able to see them. However, the park still retains a pristine appearance.

From November to April (the dry season), the sun in the Central Highlands is hot, but the forest is still very cool inside. But in the rainy season from May to October every year, this is the time when the vegetation inside Yok Don becomes rich and fresh.

Cuc Phuong National Park

Cuc Phuong is a special-use forest, also known as a nature reserve, located on the territory of three provinces, Thanh Hoa, Hoa Binh, and Ninh Binh. Therefore, when referring to the Thanh Hoa tourist map, visitors will also see that this is a prominent local destination.

Cuc Phuong forest area is 22,408 ha. This is one of the national parks with vibrant flora and fauna ecosystems. In addition, there are also many rare animals that visitors can freely explore and experience.

This area was recently honored by the World Travel Awards (WTA) in the Asia-Pacific region as Asia’s Leading National Park 2023. This is the third consecutive year that Cuc Phuong has won this title (2023, 2023, and 2023).

Cuc Phuong has a very cool climate with tropical rain and green vegetation all year round, especially in summer.

Coming here, visitors will be greeted by the green and new space of the mountains and forests where they can admire nature’s beauty.

Bach Ma National Park

Bach Ma is located about 40 km from Hue. This is the only ancient forest in Vietnam. This national park still has traces of ruined French-style villas hidden in the pine forests along the trails, relics of a golden, bygone era.

Bach Ma Mountain is nestled within Truong Son range. Bach Ma National Forest has a total area of nearly 37,500 hectares. It is a large ancient forest, with 2,373 plants and 1,715 diverse animals, including many rare species.

The ideal time to travel here is the dry season, from December to April every year. At this time, the climate of Bach Ma National Park is quite remarkable. It is dry, with little rain, and convenient for traveling and participating in outdoor activities such as trekking and swimming.

Tam Nong Tram Chim National Park

This park is a site of international and national importance.

The ecotourism area of the Dong Thap Muoi region is an ideal destination for domestic and foreign tourists. With a total area of 7,313 hectares, the park has 130 plants belonging to 47 families and six distinct biomes. It also has 231 species of water birds, including 32 rare species including red-crowned cranes.

If you go in the fall (August to November), you can enjoy a lot of Tram Chim’s specialties such as braised water lily, fish, grilled rats, etc. To see the birds, you should go in spring (February to March).

Let’s Go See the Parks

Here are the top 10 best national parks in Vietnam. Each national park has its outstanding beauty, so you can’t go wrong when you visit any of these.

Đăng bởi: Nguyễn Thị Thanh Tuyền

Từ khoá: Best National Parks in Vietnam

Best Places To Have Specialty Coffee In Saigon

Bar in BEL Coffee Wine. Photo by BEL

For coffee lovers, Ho Chi Minh City is paradise! And for those who are dying to enjoy specialty coffee in Saigon, this article will provide you with the needed information!

Every Half Coffee Roasters

Outdoor space at Every Half. Photo by Every Half

The name, idea, and concept of this cafe were brought to life by a person that loves coffee as his soul mate.  He firmly believes that every half coffee bean has its soulmate because coffee lovers will eventually find their best cup of coffee.

Putting all the passion into this unique drink, he carefully selects excellent quality green coffee beans from all over the world, then finds the optimal roasting profile for each type. Thus, the result is perfect cups of coffee that you hardly find elsewhere.

Not stopping at that, he and his team deliver an open, green space so people can get close to nature and have close contact with each other. The in-house and outdoor vibe accompanied by good service helps complete the coffee journey of the most skeptical customers.

Green space at Every Half. Photo by Bua Nao Ca Phe

Address: 232/23A Vo Thi Sau, Ward 8, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Opening hours: 7 a.m – 8 p.m

Phone: 083 830 2882

BEL Coffee Wine

Bar in BEL Coffee Wine. Photo by @coffee.saigon

BEL is short for the building named Belong. Its founder defines this as the new kind of apartment community, a new bar for coffee and wine lovers, so it is designed to make its customers feel like belonging.

The founders of this place are coffee and wine experts working in Ho Chi Minh City. Mr. Will, one of BEL’s founders, is the former specialty coffee expert specializing in sensory at SCA ( Specialty Coffee Association) based in America. He currently works as the most trusted coffee roastery “Building,” which provides specialty coffee in BEL.

So, coming here, prepare yourself for great-tasting coffee, delicious western brunch dishes, and professional services from pleasant and knowledgeable staff. Don’t forget that they serve great wines here. The night in BEL will be super cozy and chill as you expected it to be!

Bar in BEL Coffee Wine. Photo by @coffee.saigon

Address: Number 8 on Alley 40 Pham Viet Chanh, Ward 19, Binh Thanh District, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Opening hours: Mon-Fri 7a.m -11 p.m & Sat-Sun 8 a.m – Late

Phone: 0777 801 081

The Workshop’s 360-degree bar. Photo by The Workshop

Located in the center of District 1, this palace is a perfect location for business meetings, a quiet place for working and reading or to watch the city center’s life from above.

The elegant, stately space of the Workshop completes your experience with professional customer service and tasty food. Occasionally, they will host coffee’ workshops or art exhibitions, which are also great experiences to attend.

The Workshop offers specialty coffee in which beans are carefully selected, roasted, and brewed.

The Workshop’s brewing equipment. Photo by The Workshop

Address: 27 Ngo Duc Ke, Ben Nghe, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Opening hours: 8 a.m – 6 p.m

Phone: 028 3824 6801

Bosgaurus Coffee Roasters

The clear and bright space of Bosgaurus Coffee Roasters. Photo by Bosgaurus Coffee Roasters

Being widely known by their experts within the coffee field in Vietnam, Bosgaurus Coffee Roasters has been delivering their determination on coffee quality since the beginning of the specialty coffee wave in Vietnam. Committing to bringing the excellence-quality cup of coffee from sourcing to storing, roasting, and brewing, they stand on the mission of spreading cultural values of specialty coffee in meaningful, creative, and yet delicious ways.

Occasionally Bosgaurus hosts talk shows and workshops to share coffee’s knowledge. If you have interests in such occasions, follow their page for information on upcoming events.

Coffee workshop at Bosgaurus Coffee Roasters. Photo by Bosgaurus Coffee Roasters

Address: 1D5, 92, Villa, Nguyen Huu Canh, Saigon Pearl, Binh Thanh District, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Opening hours: 7:30 a.m – 5:30 p.m

Phone: 0901 426 877

The Barista Collective

Cozy space of The Barista Collective. Photo by The Barista Collective

Unlike Every Half, The Workshop, BEL, or Bougauros, this cafe focuses more on selecting roasted specialty coffee from high-quality roasters instead of choosing green beans and roasting them. They put attention to spaces, services, and drinks instead. Mentioning that doesn’t mean the specialty coffee here isn’t good; Barista collective offers customers great cups of coffee too!

Coming here, you will surely be pleased with their well-prepared coffee-based drinks’ recipes, good services, and cozy place for hanging with friends and working. Located in the small street of Saigon’s central district, the cafe isn’t so spacious but is packed with good-vibe people, the great scent of coffee, and private green space.

Green space at The Barista Collective. Photo by The Barista Collective

Address: 41 Ho Xuan Huong, Ward 6, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Opening hours: 7:30 a.m – 10 p.m

Phone: 088 864 00 68

Manki True Artisan Cafe

Quiet space at Manki True Artisan Cafe. Photo by Manki True Artisan Cafe

Manki’s founder is a skeptical coffee person; he seeks perfection in selecting and brewing coffee. With his profound coffee knowledge and a progressive state of mind, the specialty coffee here is beautifully delivered to customers. Besides, the drink recipes are carefully created and served by good service.

The vibe of this cafe can get you in the mood of sharing love and passion for this great drink with the barista and your friends. It’s fun to get to the brewing bar and have a small conversation with the founders and the baristas there!

Have a sip of specialty coffee at Manki True Artisan Cafe. Photo by Manki True Artisan Cafe

Address: Room 4, First floor, 42bis, Ly Tu Trong, Ben Nghe Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Opening hours: 8 a.m – 9:30 p.m

Phone: 089 868 28 17

Now it’s time for you to find the cafe that suits you best among the amazing specialty coffee places in Saigon.

Đăng bởi: Nguyễn Đức Anh

Từ khoá: Best places to have specialty coffee in Saigon

Cát Bà Island: A Guide For Rejuvenating Amidst The Most Picturesque Island In Vietnam

For most of us, traveling is always an inspiring experience, with counting endless memories for the rest of our life. But, it often comes with the difficulty of a choosing a destination. Looking out for an extraordinary holiday destination with adding value to your money, comfort, and visiting experience has helped the economy of Vietnam to increase rapidly. Vietnam is home to many locations that attract a large number of people every year. Vietnam offers the most extraordinary places to visit with the best-in-class features at affordable rates. Out of many locations, Cát Bà Island is one of the most visited destinations in Vietnam. Located at Lan Ha Bay with a surface area of 285 sq. m, this island is famous for its rugged features.

The island effortlessly matches neighbouring Halong Bay and Bai Tu Long Bay for its dazzling characteristic excellence. It likewise offers tourists the additional alternatives of relaxing, experience and social exchange.

What Makes Cát Bà Island Unique? Best Time To Visit Cát Bà Island

Cát Bà Island Activities

The beaches of Cát Bà Island are perfect as it has developed well-known activities on the island such as climbing and swimming instead of building large resorts, hotels, eateries, and offices. There are additionally an old fortress on a peak, which houses a few shelters and rooms loaded up with war remains and posters.

1. Sailing and Expedition

Our sailboats take you to remote parts of the Bay and guarantee you encounter its serenity far from the hordes of other travelers. The quiet emerald waters of Ha Long Bay are best explored by kayak. Cat Ba Ventures has a scope of visits suited to beginners to experienced people. Here you’ll meet local people and find a side of the magical World Heritage Site that you can’t get from a traveler boat.

2. Hiking

Climbing in Cat Ba National Park is the most ideal approach to find the wilderness here. Here you can scale to the highest point of the mountain where you have an extraordinary view. You will have an opportunity to see wild creatures like squirrels, dear, a large number of butterflies… and in the event that you are fortunate, a Cat Ba langur. You can Eat at a local places with home cooked food.

3. Rock Climbing

There are more than 3000 limestone islands in the Ha Long straight district of Vietnam that you can hardly touch in your visiting schedule. You can spend a whole day in climbing on a mountain. So, while you’re here, why miss the fun?

4. Trekking

Trek through Cat Ba National Park to achieve Viet Hai Village and appreciate the excellent and calm nearby town by bike or by foot. There’s a little 5-kilometer way prompting the port, encompassed by mountains and clear stream way settling underneath. From here, you can take a pontoon through the skimming town to Ben Beo port on the island.

Must-Try Cuisines In Cát Bà Island

Best Hotels In Cát Bà Island 1. Thu Ha Hotel

Flaunting astonishing views over beautiful Cat Ba Bay and the neighbouring islands, the hotel’s menu incorporates an assortment of dinners, with both Vietnamese and continental apart from fish.

2. Cat Ba Sunrise Resort

It is encompassed by Black Mountain, White Sand, Aqua-Blue Water situated in the Hai Phong City, Vietnam. It offers relaxation to explorers.

Can’t wait to plan your next trip and surprise your loved ones? Book your trip to Vietnam with TravelTriangle and spend a heartfelt vacation in this charming place!

Đăng bởi: Nguyễn Thương

Từ khoá: Cát Bà Island: A Guide For Rejuvenating Amidst The Most Picturesque Island In Vietnam

5 Ideal Picnic Places For Families Near Hanoi

1. Ham Lon Mountain

For families who like to have a picnic, Ham Lon mountain is not a strange place. From Hanoi, take the highway Thang Long – Noi Bai towards Vinh Phuc. Continue going straight until you see the sea of ​​Viet Phu Thanh Chuong and Nui hamlet, then turn right and then go straight for another 7km, there is a right turn indicating the way to Viet Phu and go straight to Ham Lon.

Ham Lon Mountain has an altitude of 462m above sea level. At the foot of the mountain is a very large Nui Bau lake, with green pine forests and fresh air. Therefore, this place has become a popular spot for families to come here for a picnic.

This place can be visited at any time of the year. Now that the weather is autumn and winter, Ham Lon mountain has returned to its gentle appearance. But somewhere still shines the yellow color of colorful acacia flowers. In the winter, this place will keep a quiet wild look, with reeds swaying in the wind, evoking a sad expression.

Families coming here can camp overnight. On Ham Lon mountain, a campfire is lit. Everyone can prepare fresh food and bake it, and then enjoy it together. It can be an enjoyable experience. The cost of picnicking in Ham Lon mountain is also very cheap. However, you should prepare ready-to-eat food at home. Because in the mountains there may be sudden rains, it will be difficult to cook.

Tourists experience at Ham Lon mountain.(Photo: Tran Trang)

2. Ba Vi National Park

Located 60km from Hanoi, this place is also considered an ideal picnic spot for families, especially those with small children. The camping sites here are quite diverse. First of all, the pine forest is located on a high hill with special features of the natural landscape. This place is not allowed to light a fire, so families remember to bring ready food, eat lightly… Secondly, Ba Vi ancient church is also the place where many people choose to organize barbecue and camping. The flat, open space outside the old church is very suitable for carpeting, setting up tents to rest or organizing BBQ parties with family and friends.

In addition, Ba Vi is also famous for other places such as Thuong Temple, Cactus House, Cat Tien Sa tourist area, …

Image source: Social media.

3. Dong Do Lake

In the past few years, Dong Do Lake has become a famous picnic spot on the edge of the capital and is very suitable for people to take each other to “escape” from the stuffy, bustling city center. Located in Soc Son district, 45km from Hanoi, visitors to visit Dong Do lake only take more than 1 hour by motorbike.

The ecosystem here is very cool and fresh, with a lake up to 60ha wide. Tourist services here are also very convenient, diverse, and affordable such as homestay rentals, lakeside villas, camping gear, sup boating, steamboats, cycling… Families coming here do not need to prepare too much stuff but still can have great, comfortable travel experiences.

Image source: Social media.

4. Tram Mountain

In addition, families can also visit the sacred and ancient Tram pagoda or the unique Long Tien cave right near Tram mountain.

Photo: @_ngocngnsweetie

5. Son Tinh Camp

Not too far from the center of Hanoi, just over an hour by car, Son Tinh Camp is an overnight camping site near Hanoi that many young people choose to come on weekends.

Son Tinh Camp has an area of ​​​​up to 40 hectares with poetic and lyrical scenery, and the climate is extremely comfortable. Being able to escape from the crowded city full of smoke and noise of traffic, standing in the middle of majestic mountains next to the space of a large fresh lake, all those exciting experiences have helped Son Tinh Camp became famous.

Currently, here has developed a lot of tourism services from camping to renting places with furniture and tools for fun. So when you come here, you do not need to worry and prepare too carefully.

Thanks to the immense lake, the romantic swings or the forest full of fallen leaves… Son Tinh Camp has super virtual “divine” photography angles. So if you have the opportunity, have fun and take lots of beautiful photos!

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Đăng bởi: Nghĩa Trần

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15 Best Bars In Hanoi

If you’re visiting Vietnam’s capital and looking to enjoy a night on the town, stopping by some of the best bars in Hanoi is a must. With a diverse drinking scene, there are establishments for every occasion. If blasting music is more of your style, check out the area’s nightclubs. However, if you’re interested in a cocktail lounge or American-style brewery, you should head downtown.

While some bars offer full menus, including food, many are limited to snacks, fancy drinks, and imported beers. Don’t be surprised if you run into other foreigners, as Hanoi is an international hub for socializing and pub hopping. Most places don’t require reservations, but it doesn’t hurt to ask if you plan to visit a high-end establishment on the weekend.

When you’re ready to raise your glass for a good time, head out to one of these top bars in Hanoi, which are listed in no particular order.

Binh Minh Jazz Club

Binh Minh Jazz Club. Photo: Binh Minh Jazz Club

Based right in the middle of Hanoi’s French Quarter, Binh Minh Jazz Club is a hot spot for music lovers that enjoy a chill environment. This venue has become an icon in the city and caters to customers with a polished taste for fine arts, low-key live music, and sleek modern decor.

Established in 1998 by local jazz musician Quyen Van Minh, who plays his saxophone live, this club is a space for true jazz enthusiasts. Binh Minh Jazz Club‘s intimate environment is soothing, and they are also open for breakfast. Imported beers, trendy cocktails, and pub fare are also served here.

Ne Cocktail Bar

Ne Cocktail Bar. Photo: Ne Cocktail Bar

Nothing beats a classy drink in a luxurious environment, which is what Ne Cocktail Bar delivers to its customers every time without fail. Located in the Hoan Kiem District, this award-winning bar exudes elegance and professionalism. The Pho Cocktail is their famous signature drink, highlighting elements from the popular Vietnamese soup that everyone knows and loves.

Other house drinks incorporate native ingredients, and soothing jazz music plays in the background for as long as customers are still there.

The Unicorn Pub

The Unicorn Pub. Photo: The Unicorn Pub – Cocktail Bar In Hanoi

A hidden treasure, Unicorn Pub is where you’ll find interesting cocktails bursting with flavor. The carefully crafted drinks at this venue are complemented by the quirky, comfortable decorations, wooden furniture, and relaxing atmosphere.

With a full line of native-themed cocktails, Unicorn Pub attracts drink enthusiasts to come and sample the “Taste of Vietnam,” as many of these concoctions are not found anywhere else. Open daily in the late afternoon and evenings, there is live music on Thursdays.

Standing Bar Hanoi

Standing Bar Hanoi. Photo: Standing Bar Hanoi

Despite its name, “Standing Bar Hanoi” has plenty of seats to enjoy a nice cold beer. This speakeasy-style venue first opened in 2023 and has many Vietnamese craft brews on tap, making it a popular place for ex-pats and tourists. The location is fantastic too, offering beautiful views over Truc Bach Lake, especially at sunset. The bar also provides live entertainment, including comedy shows.

Tannin Wine Bar

Tannin Wine Bar. Photo: Tannin Wine Bar – 46 Hang Vai

When you’re craving a nice glass of wine, Tannin Wine Bar is the place to go. Not only are the knowledgeable staff experts on all kinds of vino but also offer a great selection of cheeses and other snacks. If wine isn’t your thing, it’s no problem, as there is also a decent selection of cocktails and beers on the menu.

In addition to excellent customer service, visitors enjoy stopping in Tannin Wine Bar for its cozy and relaxing atmosphere.

New York Sports Bar

New York Sports Bar. Photo: New York Sports Bar

Situated near Hoan Kiem Lake, the New York Sports Bar is a fantastic choice for those looking to watch local and international sports. Boasting several television screens, a delicious menu, and several drink options, this bar is the go to place to catch a live game with friends. With a relaxing environment, the New York Sports Bar also has specials several days a week.

Kumquat Tree Speakeasy Bar

Kumquat Tree Speakeasy Bar. Photo: Kumquat Tree Hanoi

Based inside a nondescript building near the Hanoi Opera House, the Kumquat Tree is one of Hanoi’s most authentic speakeasies. Hard to find, the only way to get inside is with a passcode, which can be figured out by following the clues on their social media pages.

Once inside, this Kumquat Tree’s homey environment and collection of top-notch spirits are worth the trouble. Boasting a great waitstaff and carefully curated cocktail menu, the owner opens the doors as early as 9 AM most days for coffee.

Pasteur Street Brewing Co. – Hoan Kiem Taproom & Restaurant

Pasteur Street Brewing Co. Photo: Pasteur Street Brewing Company

The Pasteur Street Brewing Co. has a beautiful reputation, especially among tourists that love a good meal and beer at a local brewery. Traditional pub fare like burgers and hot wings are served here as well as year-round and seasonal taps.

The masters behind the bar have years of craft beer brewing experience, combined with local ingredients and flavors to bring Southeast Asia one of the first establishments of its kind. The spacious interior is simple and contemporary, creating the ideal place to catch up with friends over a flight or a few drinks.

King Pirates Pub

King Pirates Pub. Photo: King Pirates Pub

Located in the heart of the Hoan Kiem Lake area, near the Old Quarter, King Pirates Pub is a no-frills, pirate-themed, rum-loving watering hole just off the beaten path from main tourist bars. Conveniently located near many of Hanoi’s attractions, this pub attracts many Western tourists and provides a welcoming environment to all.

Reviews of this venue state that the staff is friendly and don’t pressure people to make a purchase. However, most people who stop in enjoy indulging in one of the many delicious cocktails and beers offered.

Polite & Co.

Polite & Co.. Photo: Polite & Co

Inspired by 1920s gentlemen’s clubs, Polite & Co. is a rustic joint with a cozy speakeasy atmosphere in the Hoan Kiem Lake District. And although fancy in decor and theme, the establishment doesn’t actually have a dress code.  Formally known as “Polite Pub,” this venue has a large selection of cocktails, beer, and coffee and is set up with many stools along its polished bar.

The rest of the interior is eclectic with cool tones and has some great happy hour deals.

Craft Beer Pub

Craft Beer Pub. Photo: Craft Beer Pub

Situated right in the Old Quarter, the Craft Beer Pub has been one of the top locations for finding uniques in Hanoi for a few years. The social environment is a great place to sample new brews while chatting with travelers or locals, and larger meals are served for those who like to pair food with drinks.

The inside of the pub looks like a traditional European-style setting, including wooden fixtures and a long-serving bar. Indoor and outdoor seating is available, making sipping in the sunshine an option on lovely days.

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Tadioto. Photo: tadioto: art, bar, events

An exotic and artsy bar, Tadioto is known for its delicious Japanese cuisine. The red doors on the outside are intriguing yet inviting, and the speakeasy-esque interior keeps a broody atmosphere to enjoy a drink or two.  Jazz musicians often entertain in the background, keeping the tunes relatively low to maintain that calming environment.

Leo’s Cocktails & Co.

Leo’s Cocktails & Co.. Photo: Leo’s – Cocktails & Co.

Situated less than a five-minute walk from the Thang Long Water Puppet Theatre, Leo’s Cocktails & Co. is a classic bar with high-quality spirits. Boasting infused bottles of alcohol to provide more intense flavors in drinks, but their house-made mulled wine is a big hit. With a relaxing 1920s feel, customers love visiting Leo’s Cocktails & Co. during happy hour to unwind from a busy day.

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Top of Hanoi

Top of Hanoi. Photo: Top of Hanoi – Lotte Hotel Hanoi

Set up on the 67th floor of the Lotte Hotel, the Top of Hanoi is one of the highest luxury sky bars in the city. The romantic atmosphere looking over the nation’s capital is something to write home about, as these breathtaking views are accompanied by decadent food and drink options.

On days with great weather, this is the place to be to sip while watching a beautiful sunset; just keep in mind that it can be windy at such a height. The staff speaks English, and the prices are somewhat premium, but if this is your first time in Hanoi, a stop here for a meal or happy hour is a must-do activity.

Lều Coffee & Bar

Leu & Coffee Bar. Photo: Lều Coffee & Bar

Coffee and alcohol are two substances that people love, and at the Leu Coffee & Bar in the Hoan Kiem District, you can get both in one shot. Customers love this venue for its egg coffee and then head to the upstairs floor for snacks and trendy cocktails. The decor is somewhat peculiar and circus-themed, but the food and cocktails are delicious and high-quality.

Past customers recommend trying their version of the Pho Cocktail while people watch over the street below from the balcony seating area.

With so many styles of bars, the drinking scene in Hanoi has something for everyone. These watering holes are at your service, whether you’re stopping in for a happy hour, a meal, or just a beer to break up the day’s itinerary. And if you prefer your cocktails in the sky, make sure to check out some of the top rooftop bars in Hanoi. Cheers!

Đăng bởi: Nguyễn Thị Trà My

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