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Xu Hướng 10/2023 # Travel Vietnam In A Month # Top 16 Xem Nhiều

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There is a reason Vietnam has become iconic among travelers in South East Asia. History Buffs can immerse themselves in the rich past of the countries capital or lose themselves in the many untouched villages which are dotted around the landscape. Foodies can spent the entirety of their trip at the dining table and still leave having tasted only a fraction of the delicious cuisine the nation has to offer. While thrill seekers can go hiking or take part in a vast array of water sports along the countries coast. Couple this with a thriving nightlife scene and some of the best shopping available in Southeast Asia, Vietnam caters for everyone. However, when a country has this much to offer planning your trip can seem daunting at first. There is no need to worry, our guide to traveling in Vietnam in one month will allow you to see all this country has to offer.

North to South Hanoi 2 days

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This is Vietnam’s capital and there is no better spot to start your trip. The city has a rich history waiting to be explored by any would be travelers. The Ho Chi Minh complex is a must see in this area where you can see the leaders body, his house and a museum dedicated to him. No trip to the city would be complete without a visit to the Old Quarter, and it is from here that you can fit in a lot of what Hanoi has to offer. The Old Quarter is divided into 36 streets, if you have some disposable income you can fit in some retail therapy here. The area also has some stunning architecture for you to see (this is free of charge if you are on a budget).  From here you can finish your day off by sampling some of Hanoi’s delicious food in many of the nearby restaurants. If want to delve a little deeper into what Hanoi has to offer, you can check out our detailed guide to exploring Hanoi here.

Halong Bay 2 days

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Once you finished up taking in the history of Hanoi, its time to travel to Halong Bay. A designated world heritage site, this area is an absolute no-brainer for those who come to Vietnam. The area has a much slower pace of life than Vietnam’s cities and the views from Halong Bay are known all over the world. Its scattered islands, caves and beaches have, understandably made it northern Vietnam’s number one tourist area. Once you are here you should take a boat trip to get up close and personal with the scenery. You can also spend some time on any of the various beaches here and try out numerous water sports. Also (as with any of the places you visit in Vietnam) the food here is amazing! There is a large selection of fresh seafood here for you to try so don’t be afraid to dig in. You can check out our more in depth guide here.

Sapa 3 days

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Sapa town was established as a French outpost in 1922 Sapa is the biggest tourist spots in the northwest. Sapa is known all over the world for its spectacular views. The town is perched overlooking a deep valley, surrounded by mountains on either side. While here you should rent a tour guide, check out the stunning country side and come face to face with the numerous hill tribes. In your down time you can head to the main square and do some shopping in the market. Some of the hill tribes sell handcrafted goods here, they make the perfect souvenir to remember this picturesque town by.

Danang 2 Days – Hoi An 3 days

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Hoi An is a city steeped in history and has been largely untouched by rapid modernisation like other large cities in Vietnam. The city is well known for its amazing architecture which is mostly unchanged and allows visitors to gain a true sense of what Vietnamese life was like years ago. You can check out our guide to Hoi An here. The city is also renowned world-wide for its traditional Vietnamese cuisine. When you are here you must try the Cao Lau noodles. There are vendors selling it all over the town so picking up a tasty bowl of this dish shouldn’t be difficult. If you are interested in tasting some of Vietnam’s best food you should check out our guide  ‘7 of Vietnams most delicious dishes’.

Nha Trang 3 days

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If you like to chill out by the beach then Nha Trang should definitely be on your travel itinerary. This beautiful beach resort is enclosed by a series of hills that make it feel like you have been closed off from the real world. You can enjoy water sports at the beach here or visit Vinpearl Land (a large theme park). This is also one of the few areas in Vietnam with a resort feel. So, during the day things can feel peaceful and serene but once dusk begins to fall the nightlife starts pumping. Have a look at some of the other things to do in Nha Trang here.

Mui Ne 3 days

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Now it’s time to relax for a few days at the beach again! Mui Ne is one of the few areas in Vietnam which is similar to a resort. The building are set amongst lush gardens and the nightlife here is excellent. Tourists here outnumber the locals as the area is gaining a lot of momentum as a premier holiday destination. That being said the town has excellent restaurants and a really laid back surfer vibe!

Ho Chi Minh City 3 days

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Diverse, hot, exciting- the list of adjectives available to describe Ho Chi Minh City is endless. This bustling melting pot often seems ready to explode at any second and is a must see for any traveller in Vietnam. The city has a diverse array of things to see and do. The city is definitely more westernized than other places you may have visited by this time in your trip and so offers potential visitors the chance to experience a more hybrid form of Vietnamese culture. If you get here you should head out on the town to experience the countries best night life. As well as this the city has excellent shopping and museums. You can check out our full guide to this truly amazing city here.

Mekong Delta 1 day

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Moving on from Saigon you should try to spend at least a day in the Mekong Delta. The delta offers one of Vietnam’s most unique experiences. You can check out the floating markets or take a trip through the various tributaries in a row boat. There are also some small rural villages and a coconut farm in the area which are fascinating to see. The tours are relatively inexpensive and are one of the highlights for any tourist.

Đăng bởi: Bảo Bùi Thiên

Từ khoá: Travel Vietnam in a month

A Unique “Banh Xeo” In Vietnam

“Banh xeo” is Vietnamese style crepe with whole shrimp, thinly sliced pork and bean sprouts.

What is Banh Xeo?

Like the salad roll, the “banh xeo” is a do-it-yourself dish that involves the messy but delicious process of wrapping the crepe in lettuce with cilantro and basil. Though the filling might fall out on your table, you will be completely lost in the crispy, warm combination of lettuce and crepe, and the attentive staff will happily clean up after you.

Different Styles of “Banh Xeo”

“Banh xeo” is prepared differently throughout the country. Tourists traveling about in Vietnam are sure to encounter a different recipe, and sometimes even a different name, for “banh xeo” depending on which region and province they are visiting.

These are a pale yellow spicey Vietnamese style crepe. One piece on the bottom, and another on top encase what is usually a salad consisting of been sprouts, prawns, boiled pork, taro and carrot. Drenched in fish sauce, and you have a deliciously messy slice of fine pleasure. The dish is round, and you cut it into slices, like a pizza, so it resembles a triangle on the main platter, but usually by the time it arrives on your plate, it could resemble anything really.

In the Southern region, the “banh xeo” is the size of a large dish and yellow in color due to the employment of turmeric powder. The Southern people always add coconut milk to the rice flour to make the crepe extra delicious. The crepe is stuffed with bean sprouts, mung beans, shrimp and pork. A sweet and sour fish sauce and fresh vegetables are used as accompaniments.

In the Central region, “banh xeo” cooks make a smaller crepe that is white in color. In Hue, the crepes are called “banh khoai”, which is similar to “banh xeo”, but smaller in size and stuffed with fennel, sour star fruit, green banana and a thick soy sauce.

In addition to selling the crepes to patrons, vendors also prepare them en masse for birthday parties and festivals. Northern preparations of “banh xeo” are similar to the ones down south, but include special fillings like slices of Indian taro and manioc. In some regions, “banh xeo” is prepared thick, but Southern crepes are characteristically thin, crispy and served fresh out of the frying pan. The secret to extra-thin crepes is a deep frying pan and a quick wrist to coat the frying pan with the batter before it starts to set.

Where to Eat “Banh Xeo” in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City?

In Hanoi, there are a lot of addresses for you to enjoy “banh xeo”, such as 22 Hang Bo Street, “Quan Ngon” restaurant at 12 Phan Boi Chau Street or “Chin Tham” restaurant on Thai Ha Street.

In Ho Chi Minh City, southern-style “banh xeo” can be found at Banh Xeo 46A on Dinh Cong Trang Street, District 1 or An la ghien Restaurant at 54A Nguyen Van Troi Street, Ward 15, Phu Nhuan District. Those seeking a meatless version of “banh xeo” can find them at vegetarian restaurants on An Lac Restaurant, 175/15 Pham Ngu Lao Street, District 1, and Thien Nguyen Restaurant, 174 Calmete street, District 1.

Đăng bởi: Thảo Lê

Từ khoá: A unique “Banh Xeo” in Vietnam

Phu Yen Travel Guide 2023 From A

What season is beautiful in Phu Yen?

The easternmost point of Mui Dien (or Dai Lanh Cape) is the place to catch the earliest sunrise on the mainland in Vietnam. Photo: Le Chi Trung


Phu Yen is about 1,200 km from Hanoi and 500 km from Ho Chi Minh City, visitors have many transportation options such as plane, train, car. The airport and train station in Phu Yen are both Tuy Hoa.

Vietnam Airlines, Bamboo Airways, and VietJet Air all have flights to Tuy Hoa, from Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City, round-trip ticket prices range from 1.5 million to 5 million VND depending on the time. The airport is about 10 km from Tuy Hoa city center.

Trains cost from 400,000 to 1,000,000 VND depending on the type of seat and place of departure. If you take a sleeper bus from Ho Chi Minh City, you depart from the Eastern bus station, take the 5pm or 6pm bus to Phu Yen early in the morning. Round trip ticket price is 540,000 VND per person.

Many tourists choose to rent a self-driving car or motorbike in the combined journey of Phu Yen and Quy Nhon tourism, rent a car at one point and pay at the other point. The distance between these two places is about 90 km.

Fishermen catching anchovies in the waters around Hon Yen. Photo: Le Chi Trung


Phu Yen in general and Tuy Hoa in particular have few resorts and high-class hotels. Budget hotels and motels in the city average 150,000 to 300,000 VND per night. Some luxury resorts have Rosa Alba Resort, Sala Grand Tuy Hoa Hotel, Saigon Phu Yen Hotel… room rates range from VND 700,000 to VND 5,000,000 per night. Farther from the center, there are Zannier Hotels Bai San Ho in Song Cau town, priced from 10,000,000 VND per night.

Phu Yen’s Zannier Hotel is in the top of the world’s best in 2023. Photo: Booking

Where to play?

Four days is enough for you to visit the tourist attractions of the ” land of yellow flowers and green grass “. From Tuy Hoa, you can schedule a schedule in the south and north directions. If you don’t have enough time, you can spend two days .

discus reefs

This is one of the most famous sights of Phu Yen. From afar, Ganh Da Dia looks like a giant beehive with square blocks lined up next to each other reaching out to the sea. The rocky beach is likened to thousands of black pearls that stand out among the blue sea and white waves. You also see the fisherman’s basket boats moored, creating harmony and tranquility for the poetic coastal picture.

Photo: Le Chi Trung

Ganh Lights

The attraction is located about 1 km north of Ganh Da Dia, in An Ninh Dong commune, Tuy An district. Ganh Den lighthouse has two colors, red and white, with a height of 22 m above sea level, emitting light for ships entering and leaving Xuan Dai Bay. Standing on Ganh Den, you can observe the vast sea to the east and the scene of fishing boats.

Photo: Le Chi Trung

Bai Xep

Bai Xep is a place where you can stand precariously on the high cliffs and watch the emerald green sea below. Bai Xep is located in An Chan commune, Tuy Hoa city, with a coastline of about 500 m and owns a golden sand beach, immense casuarina forest and precarious cliffs full of cacti. This place is the filming location of the famous movie ” I see yellow flowers on green grass “.

Electric Cape

Dai Lanh or Mui Dien has very beautiful sandy slopes. Following the trail, you can go to Dai Lanh lighthouse, from here you can see the vast sea, watching the ships go up and down on the sea. This is the place to see the earliest sunrise in Vietnam. This lighthouse is up to 100 years old and is still in operation. The entrance fee is about 10,000 VND per person.

Mui Dien seen from above looks like a miniature map of Vietnam. Photo: @anhtai.bber/Instagram

Vung Ro Bay

On the way back to Tuy Hoa, you can stop to see Vung Ro Bay and hear more about the Ho Chi Minh Trail on the sea. Then, if you’re still interested in exploring, learn how the locals catch lobsters and observe the pace of life of the fishermen.

Mossy beach Xom Ro

Xom Ro moss beach is located in Phu Dong ward, Tuy Hoa city, Phu Yen province. With rough concrete rocks lying under the sea, green moss has grown to attract tourists and young people. The color of green moss clings to the rocks, and is more beautiful when each wave hits the shore, blending with the silver color of the sea. Don’t forget to capture these one-of-a-kind moments.

Photo: Mac Dang More

Nhan Mountain

This is a mountain about 60 m high above sea level, looking from afar, it looks like a swallow spreading its wings. On the mountain, there is an 800-year-old ancient tower built according to the artistic architecture of the Cham people. Standing from the top, you can have a panoramic view of Tuy Hoa city, admire the beauty of the green patches of the sea, trees and houses.

Photo: Quynh Tran

Mang Lang Church

Photo: Quynh Tran

This is one of the oldest ancient churches in Vietnam, located on the banks of Ky Lo River. Mang Lang Church was built in Gothic architecture with classical decorative patterns and dominant gray-blue colors.

This is the place to keep the first Vietnamese book printed in Quoc Ngu script compiled by priest Alexandre de Rhodes.

O Loan Lagoon

As a national scenic relic recognized in 1996, the lagoon has a water surface area of ​​1,570 ha, an average depth of about 1.3 m, connecting to the East Sea through Le Thinh and Tan Quy estuaries. Here you can enjoy the famous oysters and blood cockles. Walk around and admire the captivating beauty of the lagoon landscape. You can wait until afternoon to watch the sunset.

Sunset on O Loan lagoon inspires many professional and amateur photographers. Photo: Le Chi Trung

Mr. Tiger Bridge

Ong Cop Temple wooden bridge (also known as Ong Cop bridge, Binh Thanh, Tuy An) This is the longest wooden bridge in Vietnam. In addition to being an attraction, Ong Cop bridge is also a shortcut leading to famous landscapes in Phu Yen such as Ganh Da Dia, O Loan lagoon, Mang Lang church, Tam Giang dam…

Located less than a hundred meters from National Highway 1 – the section near the slope of Vuon Mango, the bridge crosses the Binh Ba River (with the map saying Phu Ngan River). The bridge connects the northern villages of An Ninh Tay commune, Tuy An district with Xuan Dai ward, Song Cau town.

Surrounding the bridge is a vast river. Photo: Hoang Linh Ha

Nghinh Phong Square

The most ideal time to take pictures is early morning and early afternoon because of few people and nice light. Photo: Dong Ngo

The square is located at the junction of Nguyen Huu Tho and Doc Lap streets, Tuy Hoa city, featuring the Nghinh Phong twin towers between the blue sea on one side and a straight line on the other. The unique architecture of the tower is inspired by Ganh Da Dia – the symbol of Phu Yen tourism and the legend of “The Dragon and the Fairy”.

The tower consists of 2 sides with 50 adjacent stone blocks on each side, in the middle of the two tallest rocks is a slit just enough for two people to stand, but every time the wind blows through, it will make a sound like music. The stone blocks are built of reinforced concrete, outside with granite tiles.

Besides the twin towers, visitors can visit and take pictures in the park area, embankment, walking path… also on the square. Especially at night, at the twin towers there is a vivid 3D mapping and laser light show.

Hon Yen

More than 20 km from Tuy Hoa city, Hon Yen in Nhon Hoi village, Tuy An district is a favorite check-in point not only for tourists but also for photographers thanks to its colorful and shaped terrestrial coral reefs. .

Visitors do not have to take a boat to the middle of the sea, but only when the tide recedes, they can see the coral. According to local people, the tide is only low in the afternoon of the first days of the month, or the middle of the lunar month. Each wave of water is usually 2-3 days long, revealing layers of thorny rocks and romantic golden sand.

Green moss clings to the rocks, in the distance is a view of Yen island (right) and Dun island (left), located about 100 meters from the shore.

If you have time to dive far, visitors can also admire the larger coral blocks below the water surface east of Hon Yen, but must go at least 2 people. However, when watching or photographing coral, it is necessary to pay attention to choosing a location to avoid stepping on them, and at the same time do not litter indiscriminately to protect the marine environment.

Terrestrial coral beach in Hon Yen. Photo: Nguyen Ngoc Thien

Nhat Tu Son

Nhat Tu Son is one of the most beautiful islands of Xuan Dai Bay, located in Xuan Tho 1 commune, Song Cau town. According to National Highway 1A, this island is located in the north of Phu Yen province, about 50 km from Tuy Hoa city center. The unique thing of Nhat Tu Son is that the road crosses the sea to the island, which is submerged under the water and only revealed by the receding tide, creating a breathtaking landscape full of stimulation for visitors.

Nhat Tu Son is called “Diep Son of Phu Yen province”. Photo: Le Chi Trung

Abyss Waterfall

Vuc Hom Waterfall is located in Vinh Xuan village, An Linh commune, Tuy An district, about 45 km from Tuy Hoa city. This is a waterfall located between basalt columns formed by nature in the same way as Ganh Da Dia of Phu Yen, so it is also known as “Ganh Da Dia on land”. The road to here is not easy, but when you reach the finish line, you will be overwhelmed by the majestic scenery of the natural waterfall falling from a height of 20 meters. At the foot of the waterfall is a large, cool lake, surrounded by green forest trees.

This place is very suitable for those who love camping, hiding in the hot nature of the mountains or like hunting photos. Because the area of ​​Vuc Hom waterfall is still unspoiled, there is no service, so visitors to explore should pay attention to go in groups, clean up trash before returning and do not play risky games.

Ho Son Air Conditioning Pond

Ho Son conditioning reservoir is located in ward 5 (Tuy Hoa city), adjacent to Nguyen Trai, Tran Phu, Dien Bien Phu and Mau Than streets. Photo: Gia Thinh

Van Hoa Plateau

As a fertile basalt red soil plateau, Van Hoa is located in the territory of 3 communes Son Dinh, Son Long, Son Xuan in Son Hoa district and a part of Tuy An district, about 40 km from Tuy Hoa city. This place is likened to “Da Lat of Phu Yen” thanks to its location at an altitude of 400 m, when the climate is cool, sunny, windy and often cloudy.

The road leading to Van Hoa plateau will pass through vast fields of sugarcane grass, melaleuca, corn, cassava, pepper … green enough to make visitors fall in love. Although there are not many tourist services here, there is no shortage of attractions and check-ins such as Uncle Ho church, Tra Ke church, Ede village, Ba Ha river hydroelectric dam, Don market, Camping campsite. trip…

Recommended schedule

Day 1: Nhan tower, Long Thuy beach, Bai Xep

Day 2: Ganh Da Dia, Ganh Den lighthouse, O Loan lagoon, Dai Lanh lighthouse – Mui Dien, Bai Mon

Day 3: Dai Lanh, Vung Ro, Diep Son island

Day 4: Mang Lang Church, Tuy An wooden bridge, Xom Ro moss beach


Tuna is a specialty you should not miss. In particular, tuna eyes with traditional medicine, tuna stomach salad and tuna with broccoli are the most popular dishes because of their delicious taste and high nutritional value. Visitors can go to restaurants on Le Duan Street, or Bach Dang embankment … to enjoy tuna eyes, priced at 40,000 VND a piece.

O Loan lagoon blood cockles are attractive thanks to the pink and red meat that is processed into many dishes such as rare grilled, fried tamarind, steamed, salad… In which, the most attractive is the roasted blood cockle with salt and chili. This dish has a sweet, mildly spicy and seductive aroma.

Phu Yen chicken rice is not as famous as Hoi An or Tam Ky, but it is still a must-try specialty. The chicken here is crispy, low in fat, golden and sweet. The accompanying vegetables include cucumber, pickled onions and pickles. Suggested address is 189 Le Thanh Ton, 245 Le Trung Kien, 23 Phan Dinh Phung.

Photo: Tu Nhi

Steamed scad is served with rice paper, raw vegetables and spicy sauce or fish sauce. This dish has a natural sweetness, firm fish meat, fragrant onions and typical spices.

Oyster porridge is very popular with Phu Yen people. The way to make this dish is not too complicated. Preliminary oysters are stir-fried with onions, salt and pepper, then simmered with red rice, sticky rice. You should eat oyster porridge while it is still hot to fully feel the sweet aroma of the dish.

Chives soup cake at Tuy Hoa market. Photo: @tontran8588/Instagram

The shallot soup has a soft, chewy texture, not friable, and is eaten with sea fish cakes. The highlight of the soup bowl is the green chives and the attractive smell. This dish is sold all day so you can easily find it. The suggested address is the banh chung shop at the city post office at the intersection of Ngo Quyen and Tran Hung Dao.

One sunny beef is made from fresh beef thigh and tenderloin, marinated with spices such as sugar, salt, monosodium glutamate, chili pepper and dried for one day. When eating, the meat is cooked over charcoal and then pounded until soft. This dish is served with herbs, cucumber and dipped with weaver ant salt.

Cha Dong is a specialty of Phu Yen province. Thunderstorm meat is available in the summer and people usually catch it on the sandy beach. Sausage served with raw vegetables. This dish has a unique taste with the price of only from 20,000 to 40,000 VND for about 3-4 people to eat. The suggested address is 92 Nguyen Cong Tru.($1=24,000 VND)

Banh beo in Phu Yen is not like other places because it has a special aromatic and flexible taste. The cake is placed in small bowls, topped with deep-fried bread, cotton wool and onion fat. When eating, diners only need to add a little sweet and sour fish sauce, use a spoon to scoop hot cakes. The price of a cake tray from 8 to 10 cups is about 10,000 to 15,000 VND. Suggested address: 3 Le Trung Kien – Tan Da (foot of Nhan mountain).

Pork belly cake is sprinkled with onion fat, served with rice paper rolls, raw vegetables, dipped with chili garlic fish sauce. In particular, this dish is also served with a bowl of hot porridge. One portion costs 20,000 – 25,000 VND. The recommended cake shops are 96 Duy Tan, 118 Hung Vuong, next to National Highway 1A…

Phu Yen jumping shrimp pancakes are molded with a small mold, just as big as a spreading hand. Each time, visitors can eat up to a few dishes without getting bored. Phu Yen people often eat pancakes with rice paper and vegetables, dipped with sweet and sour fish sauce or seasoning sauce. Some suggested addresses are 303 Le Duan, 25/6 Chu Manh Trinh with prices from 8,000 – 10,000 VND each.

Seafood is the right choice for lunch in Phu Yen. The sidewalk shop at 43 Tran Quy Cap is considered by many locals to be the best in Phu Yen, only selling from 13:00 to 16:00. The shop sells a variety of seafood such as grilled scallops with shallots, snails cooked with pandan leaves, blood cockles, scallops, nail snails, snails, snails… Each plate costs from 20,000 to 40,000 VND.

Snail dipping sauce is diverse, with typical features such as lemon leaf salt with a mild sour taste and red chili sticky salt with a spicy taste. Photo: Tu Nhi

What to buy as a gift

Frozen seafood such as tuna eyes, tuna fillet, squid rice… are often canned by tourists. In addition, you can buy one-day beef, rice paper, anchovy sauce or ready-made medicinal herbs to mix into summer refreshing drinks such as persimmons, soybean sprouts, royal virgins… or products . handicraft products from snail shells as gifts for relatives and friends.

Overview of the coastal protection corridor of Phu Yen, area of ​​Le Thinh Resettlement Area, Phu Luong village, An Ninh Dong commune, Tuy An district. Photo: Le Chi Trung

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Đăng bởi: Hoạt Đào

Từ khoá: PHU YEN Travel Guide 2023 from A-Z: Top 16 must-experience places

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

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

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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

Phong Nha Cave Travel Guide To Explore This Thrilling Cave Of Vietnam

Phong Nha Cave is located in Phong Nha National Park in the Quang Binh Province in Vietnam and is also a designated UNESCO world heritage site. It is one of the largest caves and is also the most famous among the numerous caves in Vietnam. Phong Nha Cave is a must visit attraction and below is all that you need to know about this enthralling cave.

All About The Phong Nha Cave

Phong Nha Cave is 7729m long and contains 14 grottoes, several chambers, and an underground river which is the largest underground river in the world. Its rock formations are very popular and some of them have been named the “Fairy Caves”, the “Lion”, and the “Buddha”. This cave is also voted among the most beautiful caves in the world due to its numerous aspects like the rock-formations, stalactites, and stalagmites, beautiful sandbank and reef, longest water grottos, and more. Scientists have surveyed only 44.5km of the grottoes and the tourists are only allowed to view and explore 1500m of the cave. There are other numerous grottos and smaller caves which include the Phong Nha Cave system, Vom Cave Systems, Thien Duong Cave, and the Tien Son Cave which you can see in the Phong Nha caves map.

Interesting Facts About The Phong Nha Cave

The cave was first written about by a Vietnamese man named Duong Van An in 1550.

In the late nineteenth century, the cave was explored by Leopold Michel Cadiere who was a French Catholic Priest.

In 2003 the Phong Nha-ke Bang National Park was named after the Phong Nha Cave and was declared as a UNESCO heritage site to protect the cave along with the ecosystems of the limestone forest.

There are numerous archaeological sites and people have found Neolithic artefacts, hieroglyphic script, alters, and steles in some of the caves along with Champa inscriptions and ceramics.

The cave was also used as a hospital and storage as well as a hiding place during the American war and later the Phong Nha Caves in Vietnam along with the whole National Park area was heavily bombed.

Best Time To Visit Phong Nha Caves In Vietnam

The area has a tropical monsoon climate and experiences rainfall from September to March and is dry from April to August, making it the best time to visit. During the months from September to December the area experiences heavy rains and the caves are closed during that time hence it is best to visit the national park during the dry season.

How To Reach Phong Nha Cave?

The National Park is located 50 kms north of Dong Hoi and 450 kms south of Hanoi. One can book a flight to Dong Hoi and from there one can take a local bus to Phong Nha which will cost less than 40,000 dong. One can also reach Dong Hoi by train from cities as far away as Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.

Things To Do And See 1. Phong Nha Cave tours

2. Phong Nha Cave camping

Book a tour of the Hang En Cave which lasts around 2 days and it includes a hike through the jungle to the cave, camping on the beach within the cave, swimming in the natural pool, sightseeing inside the cave, grilled dinner, and a hike back the next day.

3. Phong Nha Dark Cave

4. Paradise Cave 5. Son Doong Cave Where To Stay Near Phong Nha Cave?

There are many cheap hotels where you can stay, close to the national park. Heritage by Night Hotel is right in the centre of Phong Nha Town of Vietnam and offers comfortable rooms, swimming pool, and a good view along with being just 5 minutes away from the Phong Nha Tourism Centre. Phong Nha Midtown Hotel is also conveniently located and offers big rooms, good service, and is a cheap accommodation. Paradise Hotel is walking distance from the Phong Nha Cave entrance and offers good rooms and service along with tasty food and all of this at a very affordable price.

Đăng bởi: Tuyền Võ

Từ khoá: Phong Nha Cave Travel Guide To Explore This Thrilling Cave Of Vietnam

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