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17 Best Places to Visit in Vietnam

Vietnam is an astonishing mix of natural highlights and cultural diversity.

The scenery ranges from jagged peaks seen from winding mountain passes down to verdant paddy fields painted every shade of green in the palette, while Vietnam’s long history and multicultural population (with over 50 ethnic minority groups) make a trip here rich in heritage.

Outdoor lovers can get their teeth into the countryside within the numerous national parks, where hiking, biking, and kayaking are popular things to do, but Vietnam’s most famous natural tourist attraction, the spectacular karst seascape of Halong Bay, is one natural sight that even the more slothful can experience up close on a cruise.

While the rural areas brim with lush panoramas, the big cities buzz with contemporary life and provide ample opportunities to get stuck into Vietnam’s tasty culinary highlights.

This fascinating country is full of surprises and is one of Southeast Asia’s most underrated destinations. Plan your sightseeing with our list of the best places to visit in Vietnam.

1. Halong Bay

Halong Bay

Halong Bay

The karst seascape of Halong Bay is one of the best places to visit in the world for spellbinding sea views and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Thousands of limestone islands sit within this bay in the Gulf of Tonkin, eroded into jagged pinnacles by wind and water action over millennia.

With the bay’s scenery best seen by boat, this is prime cruising territory. Opt for at least an overnight tour to see Halong Bay’s iconic views as a day trip doesn’t do it justice.

There are plenty of caves in the bay that can be entered including the Hang Sung Sot, with three mammoth caverns, and the Hang Dao Go, with superbly weird stalagmites and stalactites. For most people though, the highlight is simply cruising amid the karsts and soaking up the changing scenery of pinnacles as you pass by.

2. Ho Chi Minh City

Ho Chi Minh City Hall

Ho Chi Minh City Hall

For big city fans, no visit to Vietnam is really complete without a visit to Ho Chi Minh City, the buzzing commercial hub of the country.

The streets are an insane clog of motorbikes and cars, the restaurant and café scene is incredibly cosmopolitan, and the shopping is the best in the country.

At its center is Dong Khoi, a relatively small and easily navigable central district, which holds most of the city’s sights.

Here, you’ll find the HCMC Museum, with a brilliant collection of artifacts that weaves together the story of the city, and the grand Notre Dame Cathedral, built in the late 19th century.

Check out the old district of Da Kao nearby for some of the best surviving examples of the city’s French colonial architecture and also to visit the Jade Emperor Pagoda with its dazzling array of Buddhist and Taoist religious iconography.

Afterwards, the History Museum is a must-do for history fans with stacks of relics on display from various archaeological sites.

For many visitors, the two big-hitter tourist attractions not to miss are just a little out of the center, along Nguyen Thi Minh Khai Street. The Reunification Palace, then known as Independence Palace, was the residence for South Vietnam’s president. It’s chiefly famous as the spot where North Vietnam’s tanks stopped on 30 April 1975, officially ending the war. It’s a completely fascinating place to visit complete with 1960s furnishings still in situ.

Nearby is the War Remnants Museum, which although very obviously biased, paints a disturbing picture of the brutality of war and the many atrocities committed by US Forces during their Vietnam campaign.

3. Hue

Hue

Hue

One of Vietnam’s most historic towns, Hue is packed to the brim with relics from the reign of the 19th-century Nguyen emperors.

Sitting along the banks of the gorgeous Perfume River, the Imperial Enclosure is a huge site set within walls that sprawl for 2.5 kilometers.

While touring the grounds check out the gorgeous Ngo Mon Gate, the Thai Hoa Palace with its finely lacquered interior detailing, the Dien Tho Residence where the Queen Mothers would live, and the Halls of Mandarins with its preserved ceiling murals.

A dazzling number of historic sites lie outside the Imperial Enclosure walls as well.

One of the nicest ways of visiting a collection of outlying sites is by taking a riverboat cruise on the Perfume River. A day cruise can take you to visit several royal tombs along with some pagodas.

If you’re short on time, the best tomb to visit is the Tomb of Tu Doc and the most important pagoda in the area is the Thien Mu Pagoda, with its tower that soars for 21 meters high.

4. Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park

Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park

Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park

One of the best places to visit in Vietnam for caving, World Heritage-listed Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park is a dramatic karst mountain formation honeycombed with huge caverns, which are home to superb stalactite and stalagmite displays.

The most popular destination within the park is the Paradise Cave, which extends for a staggering 31 kilometers below ground.

The yawning caverns here are truly spectacular. Tu Lan Cave is a “wet cave,” and a visit here includes swimming through the cave-systems river.

The other most popular excursion is to the Phong Nha Caves, where the interior is accessed by boat.

You can access Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park from Son Trach.

5. My Son

Hindu temple ruins at My Son

Hindu temple ruins at My Son

Surrounded by lush jungle-covered mountains, My Son is a ruined Cham era temple city that dates from the 4th century.

This old Hindu religious center was still very much in use during the 7th to 10th centuries and only fell into complete decline and abandonment during the 13th century.

There are around 20 temple structures still standing here, all built of brick or sandstone blocks and showing interesting influences from various Asian empires, including Indian and Malay.

Note that the temples of Group B are the oldest, while Group A once contained the site’s most important monument but was destroyed deliberately by US forces during the Vietnam War.

A good museum on-site houses plenty of information on the Cham.

Access to My Son is from Hoi An.

6. Hoi An

Hoi An

Hoi An

Beautiful Hoi An is the most atmospheric city in Vietnam, with bags of surviving historic architecture.

The old town quarter is a joy to explore, packed to the brim with well-preserved merchant houses that hark back to Hoi An’s trading center heyday of the 15th century, when the town was a major meeting point for Japanese and Chinese merchants who flocked here for the local silks.

Plenty of the old merchant houses have been opened to the public, so you can get a taste of these times. The best is 17th-century Tan Ky House, with fascinating architectural and decorative elements.

Hoi An’s major symbol is the delightful Japanese Bridge at the western end of Tran Phu Street, while nearby, the Assembly Hall of the Fujian Chinese Congregation is the old town’s most highly decorated temple.

There are numerous small pagodas and museums dotted about town, but Hoi An’s true charm is found in simply rambling the old town streets admiring the well-preserved facades.

7. Sapa Countryside

Sapa Countryside

Sapa Countryside

The verdant rice field countryside surrounding Sapa, bordered by the jagged peaks of the Hoang Lien Mountains (often still known by their French colonial era name of the Tonkinese Alps), are home to Vietnam’s most beautiful rural vistas.

The deep valleys here are home to a diverse mix of the country’s ethnic minorities, including the Hmong, Giay, and Red Dzao people, while the rippling hills are terraced with rice fields and overlooked by the country’s tallest peak, Fansipan Mountain.

This is the top trekking destination in Vietnam with oodles of options to trek or day hike between tiny villages and experience the staggering mountain views.

Sapa itself is the main base here – an old hill station and now a bustling and forever growing tourist center that is a stark contrast to the sumptuous tranquil countryside right on its doorstep.

8. Hanoi

Hanoi

Hanoi

Vietnam’s capital is the frenetic heartbeat of the nation and a place that befuddles travelers as much as it charms them.

The motorbike frenzy, pollution, and constant clamor of street vendors can get too much for some travelers, but if you want to dive into Vietnamese city life, Hanoi is the place to do it.

The old town quarter has plenty of dilapidated charm on offer, while history fans should make a beeline here simply to see the bundle of excellent museums.

The Vietnam Museum of Ethnology and Vietnam Fine Art Museum are both brilliant introductions to the diverse artistry of the country, while the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is an important tribute to the founder of modern Vietnam.

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9. Nha Trang

Nha Trang

Nha Trang

For sandy fun in Vietnam, Nha Trang is king. The well-maintained beach trundles for six kilometers along the shoreline of central Nha Trang city and during summer is jam-packed with local families on vacation, as well as foreign visitors.

There is excellent swimming here with designated swimming areas and manicured lounging areas that make this a great option for relaxing days soaking up the sun and sand.

If you do get bored of sunbathing, the ancient Po Nagar Cham Towers are just to the north across the Xom Bong Bridge and have been used as a place of worship here since at least the 7th century (with some historians saying the site itself has been a place of active worship since much earlier).

There is also an excellent museum dedicated to the work of Alexandre Yersin who discovered the cause of the bubonic plague and founded Nha Trang’s Pasteur Institute (which still carries out vaccination programs in Vietnam today).

10. Cu Chi Tunnels

Cu Chi Tunnels

Cu Chi Tunnels

An absolutely fascinating experience for all travelers, not just those interested in Vietnam’s modern military history, the Cu Chi Tunnels are an extensive tunnel network that during the war, stretched for more than 250 kilometers, allowing VC troops to operate and communicate in the area surrounding Ho Chi Minh City.

Two short sections of the network can be visited with a guide who’ll take you down into the narrow unlit confines, which definitely are not for claustrophobia sufferers.

You will literally be crawling on your hands and knees and some points. You can access the tunnels at either Ben Dinh village (the more popular choice) or Ben Duoc village.

11. Ba Be National Park

Ba Be National Park

Ba Be National Park

Tranquil Ba Be National Park is absolutely stunning with the three interlinked Ba Be Lakes at its heart, rimmed by jagged karst peaks and thickly forested slopes.

Most visitors come here to take peaceful boat trips or kayak on the lake and explore the caves full of stalactites and stalagmites in the vicinity, but for the more active, there’s also excellent hiking and trekking in the hills here between ethnic minority villages.

This is one of the most peaceful spots in Vietnam, and travelers who spend the night here sleep in traditional stilt-house homestay accommodation along the lakeshore, allowing an experience of simple rural life.

12. Mekong Delta

Mekong Delta

Mekong Delta

The far south of Vietnam is where the mighty Mekong River finally finds its way to the sea in a maze of waterways that crisscross the floodplain.

Incredibly lush, with paddy field vistas and mangroves, and full of local life, with chaotic floating markets to explore by boat, the delta is one of the most interesting regions for travelers to discover.

Can Tho is the most popular town to use as a base, as it’s close to the floating markets of Phong Dien and Cai Rang, while boat trips from Ca Mau allow you to explore the U Minh Mangrove Forest and Cau Mau Nature Reserve.

13. Cat Ba Island

View from the top of Cat Ba Island

View from the top of Cat Ba Island

One of Vietnam’s major centers for activities and adventure travel attractions, Cat Ba Island sits on the western edge of Halong Bay.

This is the best place to visit if you want to organize cruises and kayaking trips in Lan Ha Bay, which lies off Cat Ba’s southern coast. Lan Ha Bay is a less visited seascape of karst islets and outcrops that makes for a quieter alternative to Halong Bay.

Off the water, much of Cat Ba’s dense jungle interior is part of Cat Ba National Park, where hikers can spot plentiful birdlife, as well as animals such as macaques.

For many visitors, though, Cat Ba is all about climbing opportunities. Climbing excursions here utilize both the island’s limestone cliffs and Lan Ha Bay’s outcrops, providing experiences to suit both complete climbing beginners and experienced climbers.

14. Ha Giang

Scenery along the Mai Pi Leng Pass

Scenery along the Mai Pi Leng Pass

The emerald-green karst mountain landscapes along Ha Giang’s mountain passes make this far-north province prime territory for scenic road-tripping by either motorbike or car.

In particular, the twisty Quan Ba Pass between Ha Giang town and Tam Son provides panoramic vistas of the karst plateau and its jagged limestone outcrops, while the zigzagging Mai Pi Leng Pass between Dong Van and Meo Vac offers dizzying views of the lush mountain scenery and narrow valleys below.

Time your visit to coincide with one of the area’s market days, when traders from the surrounding mountain villages pile into town. Dong Van’s Sunday market is one of the best.

15. Phu Quoc Island

View of colorful fishing boats from the Phu Quoc cable-car

View of colorful fishing boats from the Phu Quoc cable-car

Sitting 45 kilometers off the southern coast of the country, in the Gulf of Thailand, Phu Quoc is a densely forested island, speckled by sweeps of white-sand beach that attract plenty of sunseekers during the winter dry season.

Dry season (November to May) is also when the island’s underwater and on-the-water tourism attractions spring into action, with plenty of dive sites in the waters just offshore, as well as opportunities for snorkeling, kayaking, and boat trips.

Many of the main boat excursions head to the An Thoi Islands, just to the south of Phu Quoc, which is home to the best snorkeling in the area.

Off the water, the Phu Quoc cable-car provides bird’s-eye views for eight kilometers, soaring over the seascape and islands, all the way from Phu Quoc to the island of Hon Thom in the An Thoi Islands.

Phu Quac is accessed by plane or regular ferries from the mainland towns of Rach Gia and Ha Tien. As Ha Tien lies very close to the southern border crossing with Cambodia, the island is a popular first (or last) stop-off in Vietnam for overland travelers.

16. Con Dao Islands

An Hai Beach on Con Son Island

An Hai Beach on Con Son Island

This remote island group lies around 160 kilometers offshore in the South China Sea and is renowned among divers as one of the best places to visit in the country, both for the variety of sea life and for the coral reefs.

Much of the Con Dao Islands, and the surrounding water, is a protected wilderness area, with the island shores home to nesting turtles, and dense forest still covering the island interiors.

The main island, and prime base for visitors with all the accommodation and things to do, is Con Son Island, which has sweeps of sand strung out across its coast that attract beachgoers looking for a relaxed sun-soaked getaway, as well as divers.

Even if you’re here mostly for the beach, make sure to explore the historic sites of Con Son Town (the island’s only settlement) including Phu Hai Prison, Bao Tang Con Dao Museum, and the prison known as the Tiger Cages, which document the dark history of this isolated island group.

Con Son’s remote position led to the island being used to incarcerate political prisoners during the era Vietnam was occupied by French colonial forces, and later by both the South Vietnamese government and the occupying American forces.

Preserved sites including Phu Hai Prison and the prison cages used by the US forces, known as the Tiger Cages, along with Con Son Town’s Bao Tang Con Dao Museum, do an excellent job of documenting this history for visitors.

Access to Con Son Island is either by flight from Ho Chi Minh City or by ferry from the coastal city of Vung Tau.

17. Mui Né

Fishing boats on the beach in Mui Ne

Fishing boats on the beach in Mui Ne

Once a sleepy coastal fishing town, Mui Né has developed into a beautiful beach resort town and a prime destination for windsurfing, sailing, and kitesurfing.

Compared to other beach destinations in Vietnam, however, Mui Né remains relatively unknown – and this means pristine beaches and a quiet retreat for most of the year.

Red cliffs and river in Mui Ne

Red cliffs and river in Mui Ne

One of Mui Né’s most unique attractions is the natural Red Sand Dunes just outside town, where visitors can practice sand-sledding or rent dune buggies for a more adrenaline-charged experience.

Tucked away between nearby fishing villages and towering orange limestone formations, there’s the fairy stream, a slow-moving warm stream that almost feels like a walkway because it’s so shallow – follow it to the end to reach a waterfall.

For those wishing to explore beyond the coastline, there’s also the ruins of the Po Shanu Cham Towers – remnants of the Cham Empire that dominated the area many centuries ago.

Frequently Asked Questions

When is the best time to visit Vietnam?

Vietnam experiences strong monsoon seasons, where heavy rains hit the cities and the countryside, often causing floods and mudslides. If you’re planning to travel around, the best time to visit Vietnam is during the dry season, which lasts from December to February – but there are some exceptions.

The south of Vietnam – where Ho Chi Minh city is located – experiences a more tropical climate, with high temperatures and high humidity year-round. Visiting these areas in the cooler months means less humidity and temperatures in the high 20s rather than the high 30s and 40s, which makes it more comfortable to walk around.

In the north, however, many areas experience an actual winter. Hanoi sees temperatures in the mid- to high teens in December and January – and in the mountains of Sapa in the north, you’ll even get to see some snow during these months.

If you’re visiting Danang for some beach time or to travel through the ancient town of Hoi An, it’s best to arrive between February and May, when water and air temperature are in the 20s – perfect beach weather for enjoying the sand or a dip in the water. The rainy season, and especially the months of September and October, see very heavy rains and often very strong wind storms on the coast, so it’s better to stay away from Danang during this time.

53 Stunning Places To Visit In Vietnam In 2022 For A Natural And Historic Retreat

Places To Visit In Vietnam

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53 Places To Visit In Vietnam In 2022

There are numerous things to see in Vietnam. Here is a detailed list of the best tourist attractions in Vietnam. Scroll down and pick your choices before planning a holiday to Vietnam.

Hanoi Region

If you want to time travel and know more about the glorious history of Vietnam, you must visit the Hanoi region of the country. Complemented with temples, amazing theatres, ancient citadels, and other splendours, this region is really one of the best places to visit in Vietnam. So, while you are in this country, visit Hanoi and don’t miss the following places.

Best Time To Visit: October and November are the best months to visit Hanoi. The days are not too hot. There is little rainfall and plenty of sunshine.

1. Imperial Citadel Of Thang Long

Imperial Citadel Of Thang Long

As a place of the former political centre of the country for 13 uninterrupted centuries, Imperial Citadel of Thang Long is one of the most famous Vietnam tourist spots. A World Heritage Site since 2010, this place is a glorious vintage fortress that reflects the remnants of Vietnamese military power. Archaeological expeditions have found relics of age-old roads, palaces, wells, ponds, potteries, coins, and many other war remnants. It is one of the most famous Vietnam tourist attractions.

Location: 19C Hoàng Diệu, Điện Bàn, Ba Đình, Hà Nội 100000, Vietnam
Timings: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Famous for: It was declared a UNESCO world heritage site in 2010
Entry fee: VND30,000

2. Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum

Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum

One of the most famous places to visit in Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum is a piece of spectacular marble construction, built with materials collected from all over the country. This monumental marble architecture is quite popular and one of the most famous places to visit in Ho Chi Minh city. Ho Chi Minh’s pale body is well-preserved in a glass sarcophagus inside the building.

This place is closed from September 4th to November 4th when Ho Chi Minh’s body is taken to Russia for annual maintenance and preservation procedures. People of Vietnam regard this as a sacred place hence there are certain restrictions for visitors. It is amongst the most visited Vietnam tourist spots.

Note: It is not allowed to wear short clothes, hats, and tank tops inside the premises. Talking on the phone and clicking pictures is strictly prohibited. Also note, nobody is allowed to walk inside keeping his hands inside their pocket.

Location: 2 Hùng Vương, Điện Bàn, Ba Đình, Hà Nội 100000, Vietnam
Timings: 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.; Saturday – Thursday
Famous for: The stunning construction of marble
Entry fee: Free of cost

3. Hoan Kiem Lake And Ngoc Son

View of Hoan Kiem lake

If you are travelling with your family and want to spend a day with fun and laughter this is the place where you should head towards. The lake is also popular as Turtle Lake and is famous for the natural beauty around and is one of the most famous places to visit in Vietnam. And to emphasize the beauty more, there is Ngoc Son Temple in the middle of the lake. Linked by a small bridge to the mainland, the island and the temple is the awesome place where you can take some great pictures with a fantastic background.

Location: Đinh Tiên Hoàng, Hàng Trống, Hoàn Kiếm, Hà Nội 100000, Vietnam
Timings: 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Famous for: The aesthetic beauty of the place
Entry fee: No entry fee for Hoan Kiem Lake, but for Ngoc Son temple there is an entry fee of VND30,000

4. Vietnam Museum Of Ethnology

building of a museum

This museum in Vietnam is one of the few that are based on the various ethnic groups of the country. Vietnam Museum of Ethnology was constructed in 1997 and many changes have been brought to the place over a period of time. The architect Ha Duc Linh has done a brilliant job in designing the building and was himself a member of one of the ethnic groups of Vietnam.

Location: Nguyễn Văn Huyên, Quan Hoa, Cầu Giấy, Hà Nội 100000, Vietnam
Timings: 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Famous for: The aesthetic beauty of the place.
Entry fee: Adults: VND40,000, Vietnamese Students: VND15,000, Students (6 – 8 years): VND10,000

5. Vietnam Military History Museum

Vietnam Military History Museum

This history museum is among the 7 national museums in the country of Vietnam. If you have a thing for military weapons, then this place is a must-visit for people like you. The museum was constructed on July 17th in the year 1956. There are various things on display that reminds the visitors of the Vietnam war.

Location: 28A Điện Biên Phủ, Điện Bàn, Ba Đình, Hà Nội, Vietnam
Timings: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Famous for: One of the seven national museums in Vietnam
Entry fee: VND30,000

Ho Chi Minh City

6. Temple Of Literature

entrance to a temple in Vietnam

If you want to learn about the cultural aspects of Vietnam, then a visit to this place is a must. The Temple of Literature is considered the Temple of Confucius. This temple is also a host to the first national university of Vietnam, the Imperial Academy. The construction of this temple started in the year 1070 during the reign of Emperor Lý Thánh Tông. The architecture and aura of this place define Vietnamese historicity.

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Location: Hanoi, Vietnam
Timings:
Open all-day
Famous for: One of the most picturesque places in Vietnam
Entry fee: VND 30,000 for adults and VND 15,000 for students.

You may still know this region by its old name, Saigon. It is the largest city in Vietnam and also the commercial hub where you will find anything, from history to the best entertainment zone, the scrumptious Vietnamese food, to places to hang out with kiddos.

Best Time To Visit: May to November is the best time to visit Ho Chi Minh city. Tropical downpours can be expected during these months. However, travel is seldom affected by rain. The region is lush and green during these months.

7. War Remnants Museum

A couple of tanks standing at the War Remnants Museum that is one of the Vietnam tourist attractions

One of the popular tourist places in Vietnam, the War Remnant Museum displays various items and relics of different wars of world history. A variety of weapons, armoured vehicles, bombs, bunkers, tanks, infantry weapons, and artillery items are displayed here. Being one of the must-visit places in Vietnam, the museum also houses a section dedicated to photographs and posters of different anti-war movements and drives that happened globally.

Location: 28 Võ Văn Tần, Phường 6, Quận 3, Hồ Chí Minh 700000, Vietnam
Timings :
7:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Famous for: The history of War and its aftermath
Entry fee: VND15,000

8. Cu Chi Tunnels

Cu Chi is a sub-surface tunnel network created for communication purpose. This 250 km long Cu Chi tunnel network was dug in 1940 as a place to hide during Vietnam War against France and was later used during American war for the same reason. It comprises of meandering tunnels, dark & narrow branches, hidden doors, weapon storerooms, and secret routes for canals and rivers reaching up to the border of Cambodia. As it is one of the thrilling places to see in Vietnam, some of the tunnels have been widened for visitors. If you are a brave heart, you must try the superb experience.

Location: TL15, Phú Hiệp, Củ Chi, Hồ Chí Minh 733814, Vietnam
Timings :
7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Famous for: Thrilling long tunnels and the history behind it
Entry fee: NA

9. Mekong Delta

Mekong Delta

Mekong Delta has a geographical significance, not only because of its delta features but also due to the abundance of rice cultivation on both the banks. It is one of the must places to visit in Vietnam. The most mesmerising feature of this popular tourist destination is that the houseboats and markets float on rivers & canals that intersect the land.

Location: South Vietnam
Timings: Open throughout the day

Famous for: Due to plenty of rice cultivation at the banks and its delta features.
Entry fee: NA

10. Golden Dragon Water Puppet Theatre

Golden dragon water puppet theatre

You may have seen different types of puppet shows around the world, but what you get to see here is exclusive. It is water puppetry that was originated almost 1000 years ago in the Red River Delta Region of Vietnam and one of the important places to go in Vietnam. Each show is for 50 minutes and you can get to peep through the country’s culture and social life within this time. The shows are garnered with live music performances which are additional fun while watching the puppets, telling you a story. You get to listen to traditional Vietnamese music instruments like two-stringed violins, bamboo flutes and so on. It is one of the popular Vietnam tourist spots.

Location: 55B Nguyễn Thị Minh Khai, Phường Bến Thành, Quận 1, Hồ Chí Minh, Vietnam
Timings:
NA
Famous for:
The water puppet show
Entry fee:
VND100,000

11. Thien Hau Temple

Soak in the good vibes and seek blessings at one of the oldest Chinese temples in Ho Chi Minh city. The temple is dedicated to the Lady of the Sea, Thien Hau who is worshipped by locals here as it’s one of the best places to visit in Vietnam for spirituality and religious purposes. The tourists visit to seek solitude and experience the calm vibes of this temple with the aroma of incense sticks lingering in the air and candles flickering on the altars. The sunlight coming through the roof and the spiritual atmosphere of this temple are worth a visit. You can simply stroll in the open courtyard and marvel at the porcelain dioramas that depict the Chinese way of living from the 19th century.

Location: 710 Nguyễn Trãi, Phường 11, Quận 5, Hồ Chí Minh 70000, Vietnam
Timings: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Famous for: The oldest temple in the city dedicated to the Lady of the sea
Entry fee: NA

12. Saigon Opera House

Saigon Opera House

An architectural marvel, this French colonial style building is a treat to the eyes that was built as Opera de Saigon in 1897 by Eugene Ferret, a French architect making it one of the best places to visit in Vietnam. It later became a theatre in 1975 where you can watch a show or attend the orchestra. Both the Ho Chi Minh City Ballet Symphony Orchestra and Opera perform here, you can purchase the tickets from the box office. You can also visit the Notre Dame Cathedral and Reunification Palace nearby which is considered to be one of the best places to go in Vietnam.

Location: 7 Lam Son Square, Ben Nghe Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City
Timings: 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (Monday to Friday), 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. (Saturday and Sunday)
Famous for: French colonial style architecture
Entry fee: There is no entry fee, you can purchase the ticket for the event that you want to attend.

Hoi An

If you want to get a glimpse of Vietnam, visit the Quang Nam Province, especially Hoi An that is considered to be amongst the best places in Vietnam. This historical city is a UNESCO-listed World Heritage Site where you can spend a few days exploring Vietnamese history, culture, and tradition.

Best Time To Visit: May to July is the best time to visit Hoi An. It is perfect beach weather. The tourist footfall is low. So, the hotel prices are also low.

13. Hoi An Ancient Town

Hoi An Ancient Town

One of the best places to visit in Vietnam, Hoi An is an ancient coastal town and the former trading post of south-eastern Asia. The vintage town is one of the must-see places in Vietnam. The style and architecture of the buildings reflect a perfect amalgamation of the east and the west. Chinese Temples, Japanese Designed Bridge, Pagoda, Old Canal, and French Colonial Houses still reflect the old world charm.

For those who love serenity, Hoi An is an ideal choice where one can relax on their stunning and less crowded beaches or enjoy the nightlife in one of the quaint cafes by the river.

Location: Hoi An, Vietnam
Timings:
NA
Famous for: The architecture of the buildings
Entry fee: VND120,000

14. Cantonese Assembly Hall

Cantonese Assembly Hall

Lying in close proximity to Bridge Pagoda, this Assembly Hall of the Cantonese Chinese Congregation was established in the 18th century. The main altar of the hall is dedicated to Quan Cong. The Chinese general is praised for his bravery and also worshipped. Notably, the assembly is one of the five assembly halls in Hoi An that is for different Chinese ethnic groups.

Location: 176 Tran Phu, Minh An Ward, Hoi An, Quang Nam, Vietnam
Timings:
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Famous for: The architecture of the hall
Entry fee: NA

15. My Son Sanctuary

My Son Sanctuary

One of the best places in Vietnam, My Son Sanctuary is an ancient site of art and architecture that carries immense historical significance. Located on the coast of present-day central Vietnam, this World Heritage Site was the erstwhile capital of the Champa Kingdom. Several partially demolished tower temples dedicated to Lord Shiva make this site one of the most interesting places to see in Vietnam. These spectacular architectural edifices have been raised over a period of 10 centuries (4th to 14th Century AD) and the carvings truly reflect the culture, ethos, history, and heritage of south-east Asia.

Location: Duy Phú, Duy Xuyên District, Quang Nam Province, Vietnam
Timings
:
6:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Famous for: Temples dedicated to Lord Shiva
Entry fee: VND150,000

16. Cham Island

Cham Island

Locally known as Cu Lao Cham, this is a small pristine island with amazing landscape and one of the best places to visit in Vietnam. One of the upcoming places to see in Vietnam, the island is rich in marine biodiversity and comprises many endangered species. A 30 minutes’ speedboat ride from Hoi An is all it takes to reach this Vietnam tourist attraction. The island is known for coral spotting, swimming, diving, and snorkelling. One should spend overnight on the island to experience the most photogenic sunrise.

Location: Quang Nam Province, Hoi An, Vietnam
Timings:
Open throughout the day
Famous for: Home to many endangered species and marine biodiversity.
Entry fee: VND70,000

17. Phuoc Lam Pagoda

Phuoc Lam Pagoda

If you’re looking for the best Vietnam tourist places then this is the place to be. While you are in Hoi An, you will be amazed to see lots of pagodas and temples. You should not miss Phuoc Lam Pagoda which is really unique in its design and architecture. It is the tranquillity around the place that will keep you calm and quiet while you will enjoy the serene beauty of the pagoda. Decorated with potted plants on the porch and the religious statues on the walls, this pagoda is really awesome to spend a day here.

Location: Lê Hồng Phong, Cẩm Hà, Hội An, Quảng Nam, Vietnam
Timings:
7:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Famous for: Famous historic site in Hoi an
Entry fee: No entry fee

18. Old House Of Phun Hung

ancient house interiors

As the name suggests, this place rightly depicts the old charm of the city of Hoi An and Vietnam as a whole and is one of the must-visit places in Vietnam. Old House of Phun Hung is full of elements that represent the aspects like trade as well as different local values of the country of Vietnam quite effectively. Since this place appropriately displays the old values of the country, it has been recorded as one of the World Heritage Sites.

Location: Hoi An, Vietnam
Timings
:
8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Famous for: This place displays the local values and culture of Vietnam
Entry fee: NA

19. Quan Cong Temple

Buddhist temple

This temple was constructed in the year 1653. However, since that year, the temple has been renovated multiple times, keeping the Chinese architecture intact. The name of this temple has been inspired by a Chinese rebel who belonged to the Han Dynasty. The Chinese military general was famous for his dedication as well as integrity towards his nation and among the top places to visit in Vietnam.

Location: 24 Trần Phú, Cẩm Châu, Hội An, Quảng Nam, Vietnam
Timings
:
10:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Famous for: Its Chinese architecture
Entry fee: VND120.000 per person

As Hue was the old capital of Vietnam, it has seen lots of historical changes in Vietnam. During the Vietnam War, this is the city that suffered the most. Now, it has recovered from those dark days with plenty of things to do in Hue and you can visit lots of museums, tombs, buildings with some other marvels if you’re visiting places in Vietnam that are in Hue.

Best Time To Visit: January – August is the best time to visit Hue. It is a dry season with light afternoon showers. The temperatures range between mid-twenties and mid-thirties.

20. Complex Of Hue Monuments

Complex Of Hue Monuments

The former political, cultural, and spiritual centre of Nguyen dynasty is another historical site of Vietnam. Located in proximity to the Hue city, this is a collection of age-old monuments set amid the Blue Mountains and the meandering Perfume River. The place comprises of former administrative, defence, and cultural headquarters. Also situated right outside the boundary of the complex are several temples.

The Complex of Hue Monuments showcases the perfect example of planning and building processes of a city in a stipulated time period. The layout and the planning demonstrate the essence of feudal urban planning.

Location: Thành phố Huế, Thua Thien Hue, Vietnam
Timings
:
8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Famous for: A UNESCO world heritage site
Entry fee: VND150,000 for adults, VND30,000 for children

21. The Perfume River

Hue river

The name is really interesting, right? You will feel amazing while strolling on the riverside and enjoying the sunset. The aroma coming from the river is because of the rich flora and fauna underwater. It fills the air and you feel the tranquility of nature. Sitting on the riverside and watching the boats is really romantic. If you want an evening alone with your partner, be there.

Location: Thua Thien Hue, Vietnam
Timings:
Open throughout the day
Famous for: The Aroma coming from the river
Entry fee: NA

22. Pagoda Of The Celestial Lady

temple erected amidst trees

This is a popular seven-storeyed temple in Vietnam that is known for its historicity and for the best Vietnam sightseeing experience. The most interesting fact about this temple is that it has usually been a part of the folklore. The temple has been erected atop the Hà Khê hill in the Hương Long ward. This pagoda is also unofficially known to be the symbol of the city of Hue.

Location: Hương Hòa, Thành phố Huế, Hương Hòa Thành phố Huế Thừa Thiên Huế 532761, Vietnam
Timings:
8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p,m,
Famous for: Its iconic seven-story Pagoda
Entry fee: NA

23. Tomb Of Khai Dinh

stairway to a temple

Also known by the name Ung Mausoleum, the Tomb of Khai Dinh has been established upon the Chau Chu mountain and famous for the best Vietnam tourist attractions. As the name suggests, the temple was built for the 12th Emperor of the Nguyen Dynasty. The construction of this tomb took 11 years (1920-31) and the architecture is a reflection of the Oriental as well as Occidental influences.

Location: Khải Định, Thủy Bằng, Hương Thủy, Thừa Thiên Huế 530000, Vietnam
Timings:
7:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Famous for: Its architecture and History
Entry fee: VND100,000

24. Phu Cam Cathedral

Cathedral entrance

This is a cathedral established atop a hill that was known for its rich orange plantation. The construction of this church commenced in the year 1963 and till 2000 it has gone through various renovations. The modern architecture of Phu Cam Cathedral reflects the expertise of the architect Ngo Viet Thu.

Location: 1 Đoàn Hữu Trưng, Phước Vĩnh, Thành phố Huế, Thừa Thiên Huế 530000, Vietnam
Timings:
5:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Famous for: One of the biggest churches in the city
Entry fee: No entry fee

25. An Hien Garden House

garden with water lilies

This is one of the best places to visit in the city of Hue. If you are a nature lover, then this place will definitely leave you all excited. The ancient architecture will give you an insight into the historical aspects of the city as well as the whole country of Vietnam. An Hien Garden House is the ideal place to spend quality time with your loved one in peace.

Location: 58 Nguyễn Phúc Nguyên, Hương Long, Thành phố Huế, Huế, Vietnam
Timings:
7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Famous for: The lush greenery and the architecture
Entry fee: VND35,000

Halong

Each year, people around the world visit Halong Bay as they get attracted to the spectacular scenic beauty and rich history of the place. There are nearly 2000 islands, hundreds of beaches and around 59 caves and grottos in Halong Bay, waiting to amaze its tourists.

Best Time To Visit: October – April is the best time to visit Halong Bay. the days are warm with clear skies. The weather is perfect for cruising, kayaking, and swimming.

26. Halong Bay

Halong Bay

Halong Bay is a picture-postcard destination with its emerald blue water and marine cliffs scattered throughout with magnificent karst topography. Locally known as ‘where the dragon descends into the sea’, this Halong Bay has numerous wind and wave-eroded limestone caves, sinkhole lakes, and grottoes. Located 182 km east of Hanoi, this spectacular bay was tagged as World Heritage Site in 1994 and is one of the most popular places to visit in Vietnam.

Location: On the western side of Gulf of Tokin
Timings: NA
Famous for: Home to a large number of islands
Entry fee: VND290,000

27. Lan Ha Bay

Lan Ha Bay

Unusual to the bays and beach towns, Lan Ha Bay is free from crowd & chaos and is among the top unique places to visit in Vietnam. If you are on a honeymoon trip and want to spend some alone time with your spouse, you can head towards this bay. You can hire a sailboat or kayak to explore the bay and reach the areas which are more secluded.

Location: Halong Bay, Vietnam
Timings:
Open throughout the day
Famous for: Stunning scenery and peaceful environment
Entry fee: NA

28. Sung Sot Cave

This cave is one of the largest caves in Halong Bay and one of the most famous tourist attractions of Halong Bay. Known as the Cave of Marvels, this cave features unique striking rock formations including a Buddha, a tortoise and phallus that are illuminated by lights. Once you get inside the cave, you’ll be awestruck by its grandeur and mesmerizing beauty. Spot different kinds of shapes that almost seem real. Exploring this cave is a one-of-a-kind experience that you shouldn’t miss while in Halong Bay.

Location: Ha Long Bay, Halong City, Quảng Ninh
Timings: 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Famous for: One of the largest caves in Halong Bay
Entry fee: NA

29. Cat Ba Island

amazing island

This is the largest island in Halong Bay, it is the hub for all water sport activities like swimming, snorkelling, kayaking, diving, and caving as well. If you want to experience the best of snorkelling in Vietnam then this is the place to be. Other adventures include trekking, hiking and rock climbing. The beaches might feel overcrowded, but there’s plenty of space to relax, unwind and sunbathe without getting disturbed. You can find your own secluded spot to lay your beach mat and just relax amidst serene views.

Location: Halong Bay, Northern Vietnam, Vietnam
Timings: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Famous for: For its waters sports activities
Entry fee: NA

30. Dau Be Island

Best place for nature lover

Famous for flying squirrels, golden monkeys and other species of birds, this island is quite secluded and consists of three ocean basins and a cave that features unique rock formations. The island is best for snorkelling as the marine life is rich and diverse. You can spend hours snorkelling around the island and getting lost in the magical underwater world. You can also swim on this island as it’s comprised of three inland lakes and witness the vibrant corals.

Location: Southwestern of Halong Bay, Vietnam
Timings: Open all-day
Famous for: Diverse Flora and Fauna
Entry fee: NA

31. Ti Top (Titov) Island

Ti Top island is one of the most famous and scenic islands of Halong Bay. It is named after a Russian astronaut, Gherman Titov who visited Halong Bay in 1962. The summit of this island can be reached by a steep climb, the panoramic views from the top are worth the climb. It is one of the must places to visit in Halong Bay and ideal for all recreational activities like swimming, kayaking, snorkelling and more. If you’re an adventure enthusiast then we highly recommend you take the hike up the 427 steps to reach the mountaintop gazebo and be rewarded with breathtaking views of the surreal landscape.

Location: Located about 14 kilometres to the east of Bai Chay tourist harbour, Vietnam
Timings: All day
Famous for: Scenic beauty and recreational activities
Entry fee: VND50.000

Sa Pa

Sapa is one of the best places to visit in North Vietnam. The picturesque destination is surrounded by lofty hills and overlooks the rolling plush green valleys with plenty of things to do in Sapa. The topography, the terraced paddy cultivation, and the serene-yet-colourful countryside together has made Sapa an idyllic holiday retreat.

Best Time To Visit: March – April and October – November are the best months to visit Sa Pa. The weather is not too hot. Rainfall is little and there is plenty of sunshine.

32. Ta Phin Village

Ta Phin Village

Sa Pa has always been on the top of the list of tourists who want to visit Vietnam. But, this village has been made its place recently on that list. Located 17km west of Sa Pa, this village belongs to the Red Dao’s people who have maintained their traditional lifestyle, away from the touch of modernity.
Tips: The roads towards the village aren’t suitable for cars. So, you can hire bikes and visit the village. The journey is also beautiful with astounding views of the road.

Location: Sa Pa, Lao Cai, Vietnam
Timings:
NA
Famous for: Traditional lifestyle of people and the stunning views
Entry fee: VND40,000

33. Fansipan Mountain

On the way to Fansipan Mountain

This mountain is the highest in the Indochinese Peninsula and is famously known as the roof of the Indochina. It has stunning sceneries and a beautiful landscape surrounding it that makes it ideal for trekking expeditions for adventure junkies. If you’re not up for a trekking excursion then you can also choose to take the cable car ride to witness the panoramic views of the Indochina region. Explore the rich flora and fauna of this mountain and marvel at the views of the swirling clouds and forested slopes on your way.

Location: SaPa, Vietnam
Timings: All day
Famous for: The highest mountain in the Indochinese peninsula
Entry fee: Fansipan cable car tickets – VND70,000 per person (adults)

34. Silver Waterfall

The Silver waterfall is a mesmerizing waterfall that has white water cascading down the giant slope of a hill. The sunlight falling on the waters gives it a shining colour and makes it look like silver, hence, the name Silver Waterfall. This waterfall can be visible from afar, and is ideal for hiking in Vietnam adventure.

Location: QL4D, San Sả Hồ, Sa Pa, Lào Cai, Vietnam
Timings: Open 24 hours
Famous for: The silver appearance of the stunning waterfall
Entry fee: VND20,000

35. Hoang Lien National Park

One of the most important national parks of Vietnam, it is situated at a height of 3,000 m above sea level. The Hoang Lien National Park boasts ecotourism and it’s also a hub for scientific research with an extensive range of forests and exotic wildlife. You can explore the wilderness of this national park with trekking expeditions and enjoy your time in the lap of nature.

Location: Lao Cai, Vietnam
Timings: Open 24 hours
Famous for: It has a wide range of extensive forests and exotic wildlife
Entry fee: VND5.000

South Central Coast

Central Coast is Vietnam’s most exciting destination to visit. It is a long and narrow land with a surreal seascape, it is the southern part of Central Vietnam that attracts a great number of tourists.

Best Time To Visit: February – May is the best time to visit the central coast of Vietnam. The weather is in mid-thirties and there is little or no rainfall.

36. Da Nang

Da Nang

Danang – the fourth largest city in Vietnam – is located halfway between Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. The quirky bridge, museum, stunning beaches, fascinating restaurants, and dazzling nightlife are the elements of the charm of this lively city.

Location: Da Nang, Vietnam
Timings:
NA
Famous for: Stunning beaches and dazzling nightlife
Entry fee: VND40,000

37. Nha Trang

Nha Trang

Nha Trang – the capital city of Khánh Hòa Province – is a coastal destination with a crescent-shaped beach and turquoise bay dotted with small islands and surrounded by a string of hills. This is one of the most popular beach destinations in Vietnam and the most visited Vietnam tourist attraction.

One of the best places to visit in South Vietnam, the city is also known for its Po Nagar Tower built by Champa Rulers, scuba diving centre for the best experience of scuba diving in Vietnam, stunning beaches, pristine landscape, and cool, comfortable climate.

Location: Khanh Hoa Province, Vietnam
Timings:
NA
Famous for: Stunning landscape and beaches
Entry Fee: VND600,000 per person (adults) for the activities

38. Lan Chau Island

What-To-Do-At-Tuan-Chau-Island

Immerse into the beautiful scenery, live the island life and plunge into the crystal clear waters of the most beautiful island in Cua Lo. The white sand beaches and the blue waters are ideal for a relaxing time on this island. The locals call it the Ru Coc (toad) island because it looks like a giant toad towards the sea. The steep cliffs and the rock formations on this island make it famous.

Location: Located near Cua Lo beach, Nghe An, Vietnam
Timings: Open throughout the day
Famous for: Its tranquil blue waters and the scenic views
Entry fee: NA

39. Buon Ma Thuot

Go off the beaten track and explore the quaint town for pristine nature and experience the rustic side of Vietnam. Also known as the coffee capital of Vietnam, Buon Ma Thuot and the surrounding region is known to grow the best coffee that hosts the Biennial Coffee Festival. You can also visit the Yok Don National Park, Vietnam’s largest nature reserve and explore a few striking waterfalls, villages and unravel the local culture of Vietnam.

Location: Dak Lak Province, Vietnam
Timings: NA
Famous for: Its coffee production and the Biennial Coffee Festival
Entry fee: NA

40. Pu Luong Nature Reserve

two parallel mountain peaks

Phu Long Nature Reserve is the best place for tourists looking for an offbeat place. Home to a large number of rice paddies and stunning limestone Panoramas. Located roughly 170 km from Hanoi. Trekking in the forest alongside the rice paddies, cycling in the reserve and exploring the small villages are some of the common activities that one can do. It is a hidden gem amongst all the other Vietnam visiting places.

Location: Bá Thước District, Thanh Hoa, Vietnam
Timings: Open all-day
Famous for: Home to a large number of rice paddies and the scenic beauty of the place
Entry fee: NA

Other Beautiful Places To Visit In Vietnam

Vietnam houses not only these places but more than you expected. So, here is a list of more places that you can explore when planning a vacation to Vietnam.

41. Dalat

Dalat

Located on the Lang Biang highlands, around a lake and a golf course, Dalat is a cool and serene place for a perfect holiday retreat. Dalat has pleasant days and soothing cool nights. Therefore, the climate here is rightly tagged as ‘eternal spring.’ This perfect holiday destination boasts its stunning lakes, waterfalls, and lush green valleys with vibrant flower beds that have put it among the most amazing places to visit in Vietnam.

Location: Lam Dong Province, Dalat, Vietnam
Timings:
NA
Famous for: Stunning waterfalls, lush greenery and the amazing weather of the place
Entry fee: NA

42. Sand Dunes Of Mui Ne

Sand Dunes Of Mui Ne

Mui Ne boasts of its spectacular white and red sand dunes, eroded by oceanic wind. The winds have carved out mind-blowing formations, such as Barchans & Sieve, and display amazing desert topography. As one of the most fascinating Vietnam tourist places, it is crowded during the peak season. Yet, it is quite challenging to explore the entire area by trekking. Hence, people need to hire sledge, quad bikes, and buggies or take an ostrich ride.

Location: South China Sea, Southeast Vietnam, Vietnam
Timings:
NA
Famous for: The stunning view of the place and the activities at the place
Entry Fee: VND10,000 camps

43. Phu Quoc

Phu Quoc

Located about 50 km from the Vietnam mainland, Phu Quoc is a spectacular land on the Gulf of Thailand. One of the most famous places in Vietnam, the island consists of sparkling white sand beaches, nearly transparent crystal clear water, virgin shoreline, bustling shacks, and a serene environment. Enjoy the photogenic sunset or take a stroll along the beaches and make the holiday a dream come true.

Location: Kien Giang province, Vietnam
Timings:
All-day
Famous for: Largest island in Vietnam
Entry fee: NA

44. Ninh Binh

Ninh Binh

Ninh Binh is another topographical splendour on the southern end of the Red River Delta. The place represents a typical Vietnamese rural scene with lush green paddy fields, verdant mountains, and winding rivers cutting through the village. The former capital of Vietnam, Ninh Binh is one of the popular Vietnam tourist places.

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Location: Red River Delta, Northern Vietnam
Timings:
All-day
Famous for: Awestruck beauty of the place
Entry fee: NA

44. Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park

Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park

Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park – a world heritage site – is a biosphere reserve that comprises evergreen forests and more than 100 fauna species. These include tigers, elephants, primates, saola, reptiles, amphibians, and many varieties of birds. The national park – comprising of Asia’s largest karst mountains, caves, and underground rivers – is of the most famous Vietnam tourist spots among others.

Location: Phong NHA, Bố Trạch District, Quang Binh Province 511860, Vietnam
Timings:
7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Famous for: Home to a large variety of fauna
Entry fee: NA

46. Ba Be National Park

Ba Be National Park

Built-in 1992, Ba Be National Park is located in the Bac Kan Province and is considered as one of the mind-blowing tourist places in Vietnam. People visit this national park for the superb karst topography, sparkling waterfalls, stunning lake, and amazing wildlife. The rare mammals, butterflies, turtles, and fishes that can be seen here attract nature enthusiasts and photographers from across the world.

Location: Bố Lù, Ba Bể District, Bắc Kạn Province 23511, Vietnam
Timings:
Open 24 hours
Famous for: Abode to rare fauna
Entry fee: VND15,000 VND20,000

47. Ha Giang

Ha Giang view

The place is yet to be unravelled or excavated by mass tourists. It’s still a hidden gem in Vietnam popular for its natural beauty. This place is the home for ninety per cent of the ethnic minorities who have a noticeable influence over the culture predominant in this place. Due to the political turmoil this region has remained unaffected by the economic uplift in Vietnam for the past 20 years.

Dong Van Karst Global Geopark, was chosen by UNESCO as one of the 77 sites with geological and cultural heritage. The Geopark is filled with delicate Karst formations nearly 400 million years old. Meo Vac town visit is another amazing experience especially on Sunday mornings as the marketplace set up and one can be the witness of the social conduct shared by the ethnic tribe and as a traveller, it will be a whole new different experience if one gets to taste their local food. Among the farthest most places in North Vietnam, another most wonderful spot to visit is The Hmong King’s palace in Sa-Phin located on the road to Dong Van.

Location: Northern Vietnam
Timings:
NA
Famous for: Home to 90% of an ethnic minority, rich in culture and natural beauty
Entry fee: VND230,000

48. Dien Bien Phu

Da Bien Phu

The place is surrounded by forests mostly dominated by it. The place is important for its historical relevance on the basis of the war which resulted in the collapse of the French Indochina dominion. The historical background calls for tourists all around the world specifically the battleground located in the west of the Nam Yum River. This place is located in the Muong Thanh Valley. This place was founded by the Nguyen Dynasty in the year 1841. The forest and the historical facts make this special for the tourist in Vietnam.

Location: Northwestern Vietnam
Timings:
NA
Famous for: Its history
Entry fee: No entry fee

49. Ba Be Lake

Ba Be Lake

For adventure lovers, this place is the right location, the freshwater lake located in Back Kan province in Vietnam is the most suitable place for adventure lovers to indulge in various outdoor activities which include boating, kayaking and even climbing through tropical jungles.

Location: Nam Mau, Ba Be district, Bac Kan Province, Northeast Vietnam
Timings:
All-day
Famous for: Its scenic beauty and the activities
Entry fee: NA

50. Ban Gioc Waterfall

Ban Gioc Waterfall

Located in the Cao Ban province of Vietnam were to reach the falls one needs to sail through the waters. The other most mesmerizing fact about the place is the mountains, which are made up of limestones. It straddles the international border of Vietnam and China.

Location: TL 211, Đàm Thuỷ, Trùng Khánh, Cao Bằng, Vietnam
Timings:
Open 24 hours
Famous for: The mountains made of limestones and the water stream
Entry fee: VND40,000

51. Bai Tu Long

Bai Tu Long

The island is away from the crowd located in the North-East direction of Halong Bay The place with its natural beauty and aura will leave tourists awestruck. The Karsts made limestone is the main attraction for the tourists.

Location: Halong Bay, Vietnam
Timings:
All-day
Famous for: The natural beauty and the limestone plateau
Entry fee: NA

52. Co To Island

Co To Island

The island belonging to the Quang Ninh Province of Vietnam with fine white sand, and blue waters acts as a favourable place for tourists to spend their leisure. It is an Archipelago located in the Gulf of Tokin. It is one of the most romantic places in Vietnam with tranquil blue waters, white sandy beaches and golden sunshine. It is quite famous among all the other Vietnam tourist attractions.

Location: Quang Ninh Province, Vietnam
Timings:
All-day
Famous for: Its natural beauty and the calm environment of the place
Entry fee: NA

53. Han River Bridge

Lit up bridge over a river at night

Located in the city of Da Nang, Han River Bridge is considered to be a treat to the eyes. It is one of the 4 bridges in the city. The cable-supported swing bridge is an ideal place to enjoy a peaceful evening stroll. During the night, this bridge lights up magnificently and gives one all the reasons to stay a little longer. It is one of the most famous Vietnam visiting places.

Location: Da Nang, Vietnam
Timings:
All-day
Famous for: the beauty of the place at night
Entry fee: VND22,300

Now that you have a fair idea about the must-see places in Vietnam, it is time to pack your bags and plan your holiday to Vietnam right away. Wait no more and convince your family or friends for this holiday and do not forget to include all these places to visit in Vietnam in your itinerary. Click selfies, soak yourself in the sun, and gather all the memories.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Places To Visit In Vietnam

Why is Vietnam a popular tourist destination?

Vietnam is a country that has almost everything to offer to tourists, right from some very lush and green paddy fields to the curvaceous peaks of mountain ranges. Whether you just want to mingle with the melting pot of cultural ethnicities, or you want to immerse yourself in the hypnotizing beauty of Halong Bay or just want to ride your bike out in the countryside, Vietnam will live up to your expectations on every front.

What is Vietnam famous for?

Vietnam has a rich history and has a lot of tangible resources to show for it which include the Hoa Lo Prison of Hanoi, the palatial buildings of Nguyen dynasty, tunnels from the time of the Vietnamese war like the Cu Chi tunnel and a DMZ in central Vietnam housing several monuments and museums. All of this doesn’t discredit the very rich natural biodiversity of Vietnam which ranges from mountains to deltas to plains and what not.

Is it safe to travel to Vietnam given the covid situation?

Make sure you understand and follow all airline and destination requirements related to travel, testing, masking, or quarantine. You need to follow all the mandatory guidelines and safety protocols mentioned by the government. Make sure that you take the following precautions: 1. Wearing masks and gloves in public places 2. Maintaining social distancing 3. Sanitizing your hands regularly 4. Avoiding crowded spaces 5. In case of any symptoms, get yourself tested urgently

Is Vietnam cheap for tourists?

Vietnam is a developing nation, with comparatively low costs for travellers. The costs are comparable to Thailand and other nearby countries. However, the accommodation cost is a bit high. The cost will depend on the kind of stay, the number of days you plan for and the food that you want to try.

What is the most visited place in Vietnam?

Vietnam is full of stunning sightseeing points and places. It is difficult to pick any particular place as there are a lot of famous places amongst tourists. Some of which are Ha Long Bay, Ho Chi Minh city, Hanoi, Hue and many more.

What should I avoid in Vietnam?

Vietnam is continuously growing in terms of tourism and so are the concerns and problems related to it. Few things you should take care of are: 1. Avoid carrying any money while travelling, in order to avoid robbery or being a victim of pickpockets. 2. Do not wear shorts, dresses or skirts, or tops with low-necklines and bare shoulders to Temples and Pagodas. 3. Public display of affection is frowned upon. 4. Do not take photos of any military installation or anything to do with the military as that may come under breach of national security. Be a responsible tourist and respect the locals and the place.

Which is the best place to visit in Vietnam?

Ha Giang, Sa Pa, Hanoi’s Old Quarter, Ha Long Bay, Ninh Binh and Phong Nha are some of the best places to visit in Vietnam which cannot be missed. It is advised to all the tourists to keep a perfect balance between exploring the rural areas with breathtaking landscapes and the big cities which stand as a testament to modern society.

Is Vietnam safe to visit?

Vietnam is quite a safe place to travel as the rules and regulations are quite strict here and people abide by them. The police here keep a tight grip and there are rarely any reports of theft and robbery in the country,although scams and hassles still persist at Hanoi, HCMC, and Nha Trang.

Where is the best nightlife in Vietnam?

Some of the best places to explore the nightlife in Vietnam are Bia Hoi junction, Saigon Saigon rooftop bar, Sky36 club Da Nang, Rex Hotel Rooftop Bar and Level 23 Wine Bar. The best part about the nightlife in Vietnam is that it brews some of the cheapest draft beer in the world.

How many days are enough to explore Vietnam?

A traveler visiting Vietnam must have at least 2 weeks in hand to explore the best sights of the country and to explore the places which are quite unusual, 3 weeks are enough. However, 10 days is the minimum period one should keep in hand to cover the 4 most iconic Vietnamese spots- Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi, Halong Bay and Hoi An.

What is the best month to visit in Vietnam?

The summer months which start from May to August are the summer months which are typically hot and humid, while during the spring time which starts from March to April it is quite pleasant as the weather is warm and sunny.

What to wear in Vietnam?

The travellers can pack loose and breathable clothes which cover up the knees and shoulders, while there are swim shorts and bathing suits. Alongside that people can also carry Sarong, light jackets and fleece, while for the winters there can be a warm hoodie which will be perfect to enjoy the time here in the country.

53 Stunning Places To Visit In Vietnam In 2022 For A Natural And Historic Retreat

Places To Visit In Vietnam

Holidays are the quintessential necessity of one’s life, holidaying is that necessity which everyone deserves. It is expected to be relaxing and as a source of gathering further energy to continue with our daily routine, so, if you’re planning to go on a vacation to Vietnam, let us tell you it is a scenic and spectacular travel destination. With the collage of Vietnam tourist places like mountains & deep valleys, rivers & seas, sparkling white sand beaches, delta creeks, sand dunes, monuments, sanctuaries, and national park, Vietnam is a complete package. Vietnam is one of the most underrated destinations in Asia with unexplored beauty and scenic landscape that needs to be visited for a quintessential getaway in 2022! Make sure you read through this list of the best places to visit in Vietnam and enjoy a vacation in this stunning destination with your loved ones.

53 Places To Visit In Vietnam In 2022

There are numerous things to see in Vietnam. Here is a detailed list of the best tourist attractions in Vietnam. Scroll down and pick your choices before planning a holiday to Vietnam.

Hanoi Region

If you want to time travel and know more about the glorious history of Vietnam, you must visit the Hanoi region of the country. Complemented with temples, amazing theatres, ancient citadels, and other splendours, this region is really one of the best places to visit in Vietnam. So, while you are in this country, visit Hanoi and don’t miss the following places.

Best Time To Visit: October and November are the best months to visit Hanoi. The days are not too hot. There is little rainfall and plenty of sunshine.

1. Imperial Citadel Of Thang Long

Imperial Citadel Of Thang Long

As a place of the former political centre of the country for 13 uninterrupted centuries, Imperial Citadel of Thang Long is one of the most famous Vietnam tourist spots. A World Heritage Site since 2010, this place is a glorious vintage fortress that reflects the remnants of Vietnamese military power. Archaeological expeditions have found relics of age-old roads, palaces, wells, ponds, potteries, coins, and many other war remnants. It is one of the most famous Vietnam tourist attractions.

Location: 19C Hoàng Diệu, Điện Bàn, Ba Đình, Hà Nội 100000, Vietnam
Timings: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Famous for: It was declared a UNESCO world heritage site in 2010
Entry fee: VND30,000

2. Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum

Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum

One of the most famous places to visit in Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum is a piece of spectacular marble construction, built with materials collected from all over the country. This monumental marble architecture is quite popular and one of the most famous places to visit in Ho Chi Minh city. Ho Chi Minh’s pale body is well-preserved in a glass sarcophagus inside the building.

This place is closed from September 4th to November 4th when Ho Chi Minh’s body is taken to Russia for annual maintenance and preservation procedures. People of Vietnam regard this as a sacred place hence there are certain restrictions for visitors. It is amongst the most visited Vietnam tourist spots.

Note: It is not allowed to wear short clothes, hats, and tank tops inside the premises. Talking on the phone and clicking pictures is strictly prohibited. Also note, nobody is allowed to walk inside keeping his hands inside their pocket.

Location: 2 Hùng Vương, Điện Bàn, Ba Đình, Hà Nội 100000, Vietnam
Timings: 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.; Saturday – Thursday
Famous for: The stunning construction of marble
Entry fee: Free of cost

3. Hoan Kiem Lake And Ngoc Son

View of Hoan Kiem lake

If you are travelling with your family and want to spend a day with fun and laughter this is the place where you should head towards. The lake is also popular as Turtle Lake and is famous for the natural beauty around and is one of the most famous places to visit in Vietnam. And to emphasize the beauty more, there is Ngoc Son Temple in the middle of the lake. Linked by a small bridge to the mainland, the island and the temple is the awesome place where you can take some great pictures with a fantastic background.

Location: Đinh Tiên Hoàng, Hàng Trống, Hoàn Kiếm, Hà Nội 100000, Vietnam
Timings: 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Famous for: The aesthetic beauty of the place
Entry fee: No entry fee for Hoan Kiem Lake, but for Ngoc Son temple there is an entry fee of VND30,000

4. Vietnam Museum Of Ethnology

building of a museum

This museum in Vietnam is one of the few that are based on the various ethnic groups of the country. Vietnam Museum of Ethnology was constructed in 1997 and many changes have been brought to the place over a period of time. The architect Ha Duc Linh has done a brilliant job in designing the building and was himself a member of one of the ethnic groups of Vietnam.

Location: Nguyễn Văn Huyên, Quan Hoa, Cầu Giấy, Hà Nội 100000, Vietnam
Timings: 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Famous for: The aesthetic beauty of the place.
Entry fee: Adults: VND40,000, Vietnamese Students: VND15,000, Students (6 – 8 years): VND10,000

5. Vietnam Military History Museum

Vietnam Military History Museum

This history museum is among the 7 national museums in the country of Vietnam. If you have a thing for military weapons, then this place is a must-visit for people like you. The museum was constructed on July 17th in the year 1956. There are various things on display that reminds the visitors of the Vietnam war.

Location: 28A Điện Biên Phủ, Điện Bàn, Ba Đình, Hà Nội, Vietnam
Timings: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Famous for: One of the seven national museums in Vietnam
Entry fee: VND30,000

Ho Chi Minh City

6. Temple Of Literature

entrance to a temple in Vietnam

If you want to learn about the cultural aspects of Vietnam, then a visit to this place is a must. The Temple of Literature is considered the Temple of Confucius. This temple is also a host to the first national university of Vietnam, the Imperial Academy. The construction of this temple started in the year 1070 during the reign of Emperor Lý Thánh Tông. The architecture and aura of this place define Vietnamese historicity.

Location: Hanoi, Vietnam
Timings:
Open all-day
Famous for: One of the most picturesque places in Vietnam
Entry fee: VND 30,000 for adults and VND 15,000 for students.

You may still know this region by its old name, Saigon. It is the largest city in Vietnam and also the commercial hub where you will find anything, from history to the best entertainment zone, the scrumptious Vietnamese food, to places to hang out with kiddos.

Best Time To Visit: May to November is the best time to visit Ho Chi Minh city. Tropical downpours can be expected during these months. However, travel is seldom affected by rain. The region is lush and green during these months.

7. War Remnants Museum

A couple of tanks standing at the War Remnants Museum that is one of the Vietnam tourist attractions

One of the popular tourist places in Vietnam, the War Remnant Museum displays various items and relics of different wars of world history. A variety of weapons, armoured vehicles, bombs, bunkers, tanks, infantry weapons, and artillery items are displayed here. Being one of the must-visit places in Vietnam, the museum also houses a section dedicated to photographs and posters of different anti-war movements and drives that happened globally.

Location: 28 Võ Văn Tần, Phường 6, Quận 3, Hồ Chí Minh 700000, Vietnam
Timings :
7:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Famous for: The history of War and its aftermath
Entry fee: VND15,000

8. Cu Chi Tunnels

Cu Chi is a sub-surface tunnel network created for communication purpose. This 250 km long Cu Chi tunnel network was dug in 1940 as a place to hide during Vietnam War against France and was later used during American war for the same reason. It comprises of meandering tunnels, dark & narrow branches, hidden doors, weapon storerooms, and secret routes for canals and rivers reaching up to the border of Cambodia. As it is one of the thrilling places to see in Vietnam, some of the tunnels have been widened for visitors. If you are a brave heart, you must try the superb experience.

Location: TL15, Phú Hiệp, Củ Chi, Hồ Chí Minh 733814, Vietnam
Timings :
7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Famous for: Thrilling long tunnels and the history behind it
Entry fee: NA

9. Mekong Delta

Mekong Delta

Mekong Delta has a geographical significance, not only because of its delta features but also due to the abundance of rice cultivation on both the banks. It is one of the must places to visit in Vietnam. The most mesmerising feature of this popular tourist destination is that the houseboats and markets float on rivers & canals that intersect the land.

Location: South Vietnam
Timings: Open throughout the day

Famous for: Due to plenty of rice cultivation at the banks and its delta features.
Entry fee: NA

10. Golden Dragon Water Puppet Theatre

Golden dragon water puppet theatre

You may have seen different types of puppet shows around the world, but what you get to see here is exclusive. It is water puppetry that was originated almost 1000 years ago in the Red River Delta Region of Vietnam and one of the important places to go in Vietnam. Each show is for 50 minutes and you can get to peep through the country’s culture and social life within this time. The shows are garnered with live music performances which are additional fun while watching the puppets, telling you a story. You get to listen to traditional Vietnamese music instruments like two-stringed violins, bamboo flutes and so on. It is one of the popular Vietnam tourist spots.

Location: 55B Nguyễn Thị Minh Khai, Phường Bến Thành, Quận 1, Hồ Chí Minh, Vietnam
Timings:
NA
Famous for:
The water puppet show
Entry fee:
VND100,000

11. Thien Hau Temple

Soak in the good vibes and seek blessings at one of the oldest Chinese temples in Ho Chi Minh city. The temple is dedicated to the Lady of the Sea, Thien Hau who is worshipped by locals here as it’s one of the best places to visit in Vietnam for spirituality and religious purposes. The tourists visit to seek solitude and experience the calm vibes of this temple with the aroma of incense sticks lingering in the air and candles flickering on the altars. The sunlight coming through the roof and the spiritual atmosphere of this temple are worth a visit. You can simply stroll in the open courtyard and marvel at the porcelain dioramas that depict the Chinese way of living from the 19th century.

Location: 710 Nguyễn Trãi, Phường 11, Quận 5, Hồ Chí Minh 70000, Vietnam
Timings: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Famous for: The oldest temple in the city dedicated to the Lady of the sea
Entry fee: NA

12. Saigon Opera House

Saigon Opera House

An architectural marvel, this French colonial style building is a treat to the eyes that was built as Opera de Saigon in 1897 by Eugene Ferret, a French architect making it one of the best places to visit in Vietnam. It later became a theatre in 1975 where you can watch a show or attend the orchestra. Both the Ho Chi Minh City Ballet Symphony Orchestra and Opera perform here, you can purchase the tickets from the box office. You can also visit the Notre Dame Cathedral and Reunification Palace nearby which is considered to be one of the best places to go in Vietnam.

Location: 7 Lam Son Square, Ben Nghe Ward, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City
Timings: 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (Monday to Friday), 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. (Saturday and Sunday)
Famous for: French colonial style architecture
Entry fee: There is no entry fee, you can purchase the ticket for the event that you want to attend.

Hoi An

If you want to get a glimpse of Vietnam, visit the Quang Nam Province, especially Hoi An that is considered to be amongst the best places in Vietnam. This historical city is a UNESCO-listed World Heritage Site where you can spend a few days exploring Vietnamese history, culture, and tradition.

Best Time To Visit: May to July is the best time to visit Hoi An. It is perfect beach weather. The tourist footfall is low. So, the hotel prices are also low.

13. Hoi An Ancient Town

Hoi An Ancient Town

One of the best places to visit in Vietnam, Hoi An is an ancient coastal town and the former trading post of south-eastern Asia. The vintage town is one of the must-see places in Vietnam. The style and architecture of the buildings reflect a perfect amalgamation of the east and the west. Chinese Temples, Japanese Designed Bridge, Pagoda, Old Canal, and French Colonial Houses still reflect the old world charm.

For those who love serenity, Hoi An is an ideal choice where one can relax on their stunning and less crowded beaches or enjoy the nightlife in one of the quaint cafes by the river.

Location: Hoi An, Vietnam
Timings:
NA
Famous for: The architecture of the buildings
Entry fee: VND120,000

14. Cantonese Assembly Hall

Cantonese Assembly Hall

Lying in close proximity to Bridge Pagoda, this Assembly Hall of the Cantonese Chinese Congregation was established in the 18th century. The main altar of the hall is dedicated to Quan Cong. The Chinese general is praised for his bravery and also worshipped. Notably, the assembly is one of the five assembly halls in Hoi An that is for different Chinese ethnic groups.

Location: 176 Tran Phu, Minh An Ward, Hoi An, Quang Nam, Vietnam
Timings:
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Famous for: The architecture of the hall
Entry fee: NA

15. My Son Sanctuary

My Son Sanctuary

One of the best places in Vietnam, My Son Sanctuary is an ancient site of art and architecture that carries immense historical significance. Located on the coast of present-day central Vietnam, this World Heritage Site was the erstwhile capital of the Champa Kingdom. Several partially demolished tower temples dedicated to Lord Shiva make this site one of the most interesting places to see in Vietnam. These spectacular architectural edifices have been raised over a period of 10 centuries (4th to 14th Century AD) and the carvings truly reflect the culture, ethos, history, and heritage of south-east Asia.

Location: Duy Phú, Duy Xuyên District, Quang Nam Province, Vietnam
Timings
:
6:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Famous for: Temples dedicated to Lord Shiva
Entry fee: VND150,000

16. Cham Island

Cham Island

Locally known as Cu Lao Cham, this is a small pristine island with amazing landscape and one of the best places to visit in Vietnam. One of the upcoming places to see in Vietnam, the island is rich in marine biodiversity and comprises many endangered species. A 30 minutes’ speedboat ride from Hoi An is all it takes to reach this Vietnam tourist attraction. The island is known for coral spotting, swimming, diving, and snorkelling. One should spend overnight on the island to experience the most photogenic sunrise.

Location: Quang Nam Province, Hoi An, Vietnam
Timings:
Open throughout the day
Famous for: Home to many endangered species and marine biodiversity.
Entry fee: VND70,000

17. Phuoc Lam Pagoda

Phuoc Lam Pagoda

If you’re looking for the best Vietnam tourist places then this is the place to be. While you are in Hoi An, you will be amazed to see lots of pagodas and temples. You should not miss Phuoc Lam Pagoda which is really unique in its design and architecture. It is the tranquillity around the place that will keep you calm and quiet while you will enjoy the serene beauty of the pagoda. Decorated with potted plants on the porch and the religious statues on the walls, this pagoda is really awesome to spend a day here.

Location: Lê Hồng Phong, Cẩm Hà, Hội An, Quảng Nam, Vietnam
Timings:
7:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Famous for: Famous historic site in Hoi an
Entry fee: No entry fee

18. Old House Of Phun Hung

ancient house interiors

As the name suggests, this place rightly depicts the old charm of the city of Hoi An and Vietnam as a whole and is one of the must-visit places in Vietnam. Old House of Phun Hung is full of elements that represent the aspects like trade as well as different local values of the country of Vietnam quite effectively. Since this place appropriately displays the old values of the country, it has been recorded as one of the World Heritage Sites.

Location: Hoi An, Vietnam
Timings
:
8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Famous for: This place displays the local values and culture of Vietnam
Entry fee: NA

19. Quan Cong Temple

Buddhist temple

This temple was constructed in the year 1653. However, since that year, the temple has been renovated multiple times, keeping the Chinese architecture intact. The name of this temple has been inspired by a Chinese rebel who belonged to the Han Dynasty. The Chinese military general was famous for his dedication as well as integrity towards his nation and among the top places to visit in Vietnam.

Location: 24 Trần Phú, Cẩm Châu, Hội An, Quảng Nam, Vietnam
Timings
:
10:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Famous for: Its Chinese architecture
Entry fee: VND120.000 per person

As Hue was the old capital of Vietnam, it has seen lots of historical changes in Vietnam. During the Vietnam War, this is the city that suffered the most. Now, it has recovered from those dark days with plenty of things to do in Hue and you can visit lots of museums, tombs, buildings with some other marvels if you’re visiting places in Vietnam that are in Hue.

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Best Time To Visit: January – August is the best time to visit Hue. It is a dry season with light afternoon showers. The temperatures range between mid-twenties and mid-thirties.

20. Complex Of Hue Monuments

Complex Of Hue Monuments

The former political, cultural, and spiritual centre of Nguyen dynasty is another historical site of Vietnam. Located in proximity to the Hue city, this is a collection of age-old monuments set amid the Blue Mountains and the meandering Perfume River. The place comprises of former administrative, defence, and cultural headquarters. Also situated right outside the boundary of the complex are several temples.

The Complex of Hue Monuments showcases the perfect example of planning and building processes of a city in a stipulated time period. The layout and the planning demonstrate the essence of feudal urban planning.

Location: Thành phố Huế, Thua Thien Hue, Vietnam
Timings
:
8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Famous for: A UNESCO world heritage site
Entry fee: VND150,000 for adults, VND30,000 for children

21. The Perfume River

Hue river

The name is really interesting, right? You will feel amazing while strolling on the riverside and enjoying the sunset. The aroma coming from the river is because of the rich flora and fauna underwater. It fills the air and you feel the tranquility of nature. Sitting on the riverside and watching the boats is really romantic. If you want an evening alone with your partner, be there.

Location: Thua Thien Hue, Vietnam
Timings:
Open throughout the day
Famous for: The Aroma coming from the river
Entry fee: NA

22. Pagoda Of The Celestial Lady

temple erected amidst trees

This is a popular seven-storeyed temple in Vietnam that is known for its historicity and for the best Vietnam sightseeing experience. The most interesting fact about this temple is that it has usually been a part of the folklore. The temple has been erected atop the Hà Khê hill in the Hương Long ward. This pagoda is also unofficially known to be the symbol of the city of Hue.

Location: Hương Hòa, Thành phố Huế, Hương Hòa Thành phố Huế Thừa Thiên Huế 532761, Vietnam
Timings:
8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p,m,
Famous for: Its iconic seven-story Pagoda
Entry fee: NA

23. Tomb Of Khai Dinh

stairway to a temple

Also known by the name Ung Mausoleum, the Tomb of Khai Dinh has been established upon the Chau Chu mountain and famous for the best Vietnam tourist attractions. As the name suggests, the temple was built for the 12th Emperor of the Nguyen Dynasty. The construction of this tomb took 11 years (1920-31) and the architecture is a reflection of the Oriental as well as Occidental influences.

Location: Khải Định, Thủy Bằng, Hương Thủy, Thừa Thiên Huế 530000, Vietnam
Timings:
7:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Famous for: Its architecture and History
Entry fee: VND100,000

24. Phu Cam Cathedral

Cathedral entrance

This is a cathedral established atop a hill that was known for its rich orange plantation. The construction of this church commenced in the year 1963 and till 2000 it has gone through various renovations. The modern architecture of Phu Cam Cathedral reflects the expertise of the architect Ngo Viet Thu.

Location: 1 Đoàn Hữu Trưng, Phước Vĩnh, Thành phố Huế, Thừa Thiên Huế 530000, Vietnam
Timings:
5:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Famous for: One of the biggest churches in the city
Entry fee: No entry fee

25. An Hien Garden House

garden with water lilies

This is one of the best places to visit in the city of Hue. If you are a nature lover, then this place will definitely leave you all excited. The ancient architecture will give you an insight into the historical aspects of the city as well as the whole country of Vietnam. An Hien Garden House is the ideal place to spend quality time with your loved one in peace.

Location: 58 Nguyễn Phúc Nguyên, Hương Long, Thành phố Huế, Huế, Vietnam
Timings:
7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Famous for: The lush greenery and the architecture
Entry fee: VND35,000

Halong

Each year, people around the world visit Halong Bay as they get attracted to the spectacular scenic beauty and rich history of the place. There are nearly 2000 islands, hundreds of beaches and around 59 caves and grottos in Halong Bay, waiting to amaze its tourists.

Best Time To Visit: October – April is the best time to visit Halong Bay. the days are warm with clear skies. The weather is perfect for cruising, kayaking, and swimming.

26. Halong Bay

Halong Bay

Halong Bay is a picture-postcard destination with its emerald blue water and marine cliffs scattered throughout with magnificent karst topography. Locally known as ‘where the dragon descends into the sea’, this Halong Bay has numerous wind and wave-eroded limestone caves, sinkhole lakes, and grottoes. Located 182 km east of Hanoi, this spectacular bay was tagged as World Heritage Site in 1994 and is one of the most popular places to visit in Vietnam.

Location: On the western side of Gulf of Tokin
Timings: NA
Famous for: Home to a large number of islands
Entry fee: VND290,000

27. Lan Ha Bay

Lan Ha Bay

Unusual to the bays and beach towns, Lan Ha Bay is free from crowd & chaos and is among the top unique places to visit in Vietnam. If you are on a honeymoon trip and want to spend some alone time with your spouse, you can head towards this bay. You can hire a sailboat or kayak to explore the bay and reach the areas which are more secluded.

Location: Halong Bay, Vietnam
Timings:
Open throughout the day
Famous for: Stunning scenery and peaceful environment
Entry fee: NA

28. Sung Sot Cave

This cave is one of the largest caves in Halong Bay and one of the most famous tourist attractions of Halong Bay. Known as the Cave of Marvels, this cave features unique striking rock formations including a Buddha, a tortoise and phallus that are illuminated by lights. Once you get inside the cave, you’ll be awestruck by its grandeur and mesmerizing beauty. Spot different kinds of shapes that almost seem real. Exploring this cave is a one-of-a-kind experience that you shouldn’t miss while in Halong Bay.

Location: Ha Long Bay, Halong City, Quảng Ninh
Timings: 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Famous for: One of the largest caves in Halong Bay
Entry fee: NA

29. Cat Ba Island

amazing island

This is the largest island in Halong Bay, it is the hub for all water sport activities like swimming, snorkelling, kayaking, diving, and caving as well. If you want to experience the best of snorkelling in Vietnam then this is the place to be. Other adventures include trekking, hiking and rock climbing. The beaches might feel overcrowded, but there’s plenty of space to relax, unwind and sunbathe without getting disturbed. You can find your own secluded spot to lay your beach mat and just relax amidst serene views.

Location: Halong Bay, Northern Vietnam, Vietnam
Timings: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Famous for: For its waters sports activities
Entry fee: NA

30. Dau Be Island

Best place for nature lover

Famous for flying squirrels, golden monkeys and other species of birds, this island is quite secluded and consists of three ocean basins and a cave that features unique rock formations. The island is best for snorkelling as the marine life is rich and diverse. You can spend hours snorkelling around the island and getting lost in the magical underwater world. You can also swim on this island as it’s comprised of three inland lakes and witness the vibrant corals.

Location: Southwestern of Halong Bay, Vietnam
Timings: Open all-day
Famous for: Diverse Flora and Fauna
Entry fee: NA

31. Ti Top (Titov) Island

Ti Top island is one of the most famous and scenic islands of Halong Bay. It is named after a Russian astronaut, Gherman Titov who visited Halong Bay in 1962. The summit of this island can be reached by a steep climb, the panoramic views from the top are worth the climb. It is one of the must places to visit in Halong Bay and ideal for all recreational activities like swimming, kayaking, snorkelling and more. If you’re an adventure enthusiast then we highly recommend you take the hike up the 427 steps to reach the mountaintop gazebo and be rewarded with breathtaking views of the surreal landscape.

Location: Located about 14 kilometres to the east of Bai Chay tourist harbour, Vietnam
Timings: All day
Famous for: Scenic beauty and recreational activities
Entry fee: VND50.000

Sa Pa

Sapa is one of the best places to visit in North Vietnam. The picturesque destination is surrounded by lofty hills and overlooks the rolling plush green valleys with plenty of things to do in Sapa. The topography, the terraced paddy cultivation, and the serene-yet-colourful countryside together has made Sapa an idyllic holiday retreat.

Best Time To Visit: March – April and October – November are the best months to visit Sa Pa. The weather is not too hot. Rainfall is little and there is plenty of sunshine.

32. Ta Phin Village

Ta Phin Village

Sa Pa has always been on the top of the list of tourists who want to visit Vietnam. But, this village has been made its place recently on that list. Located 17km west of Sa Pa, this village belongs to the Red Dao’s people who have maintained their traditional lifestyle, away from the touch of modernity.
Tips: The roads towards the village aren’t suitable for cars. So, you can hire bikes and visit the village. The journey is also beautiful with astounding views of the road.

Location: Sa Pa, Lao Cai, Vietnam
Timings:
NA
Famous for: Traditional lifestyle of people and the stunning views
Entry fee: VND40,000

33. Fansipan Mountain

On the way to Fansipan Mountain

This mountain is the highest in the Indochinese Peninsula and is famously known as the roof of the Indochina. It has stunning sceneries and a beautiful landscape surrounding it that makes it ideal for trekking expeditions for adventure junkies. If you’re not up for a trekking excursion then you can also choose to take the cable car ride to witness the panoramic views of the Indochina region. Explore the rich flora and fauna of this mountain and marvel at the views of the swirling clouds and forested slopes on your way.

Location: SaPa, Vietnam
Timings: All day
Famous for: The highest mountain in the Indochinese peninsula
Entry fee: Fansipan cable car tickets – VND70,000 per person (adults)

34. Silver Waterfall

The Silver waterfall is a mesmerizing waterfall that has white water cascading down the giant slope of a hill. The sunlight falling on the waters gives it a shining colour and makes it look like silver, hence, the name Silver Waterfall. This waterfall can be visible from afar, and is ideal for hiking in Vietnam adventure.

Location: QL4D, San Sả Hồ, Sa Pa, Lào Cai, Vietnam
Timings: Open 24 hours
Famous for: The silver appearance of the stunning waterfall
Entry fee: VND20,000

35. Hoang Lien National Park

One of the most important national parks of Vietnam, it is situated at a height of 3,000 m above sea level. The Hoang Lien National Park boasts ecotourism and it’s also a hub for scientific research with an extensive range of forests and exotic wildlife. You can explore the wilderness of this national park with trekking expeditions and enjoy your time in the lap of nature.

Location: Lao Cai, Vietnam
Timings: Open 24 hours
Famous for: It has a wide range of extensive forests and exotic wildlife
Entry fee: VND5.000

South Central Coast

Central Coast is Vietnam’s most exciting destination to visit. It is a long and narrow land with a surreal seascape, it is the southern part of Central Vietnam that attracts a great number of tourists.

Best Time To Visit: February – May is the best time to visit the central coast of Vietnam. The weather is in mid-thirties and there is little or no rainfall.

36. Da Nang

Da Nang

Danang – the fourth largest city in Vietnam – is located halfway between Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City. The quirky bridge, museum, stunning beaches, fascinating restaurants, and dazzling nightlife are the elements of the charm of this lively city.

Location: Da Nang, Vietnam
Timings:
NA
Famous for: Stunning beaches and dazzling nightlife
Entry fee: VND40,000

37. Nha Trang

Nha Trang

Nha Trang – the capital city of Khánh Hòa Province – is a coastal destination with a crescent-shaped beach and turquoise bay dotted with small islands and surrounded by a string of hills. This is one of the most popular beach destinations in Vietnam and the most visited Vietnam tourist attraction.

One of the best places to visit in South Vietnam, the city is also known for its Po Nagar Tower built by Champa Rulers, scuba diving centre for the best experience of scuba diving in Vietnam, stunning beaches, pristine landscape, and cool, comfortable climate.

Location: Khanh Hoa Province, Vietnam
Timings:
NA
Famous for: Stunning landscape and beaches
Entry Fee: VND600,000 per person (adults) for the activities

38. Lan Chau Island

What-To-Do-At-Tuan-Chau-Island

Immerse into the beautiful scenery, live the island life and plunge into the crystal clear waters of the most beautiful island in Cua Lo. The white sand beaches and the blue waters are ideal for a relaxing time on this island. The locals call it the Ru Coc (toad) island because it looks like a giant toad towards the sea. The steep cliffs and the rock formations on this island make it famous.

Location: Located near Cua Lo beach, Nghe An, Vietnam
Timings: Open throughout the day
Famous for: Its tranquil blue waters and the scenic views
Entry fee: NA

39. Buon Ma Thuot

Go off the beaten track and explore the quaint town for pristine nature and experience the rustic side of Vietnam. Also known as the coffee capital of Vietnam, Buon Ma Thuot and the surrounding region is known to grow the best coffee that hosts the Biennial Coffee Festival. You can also visit the Yok Don National Park, Vietnam’s largest nature reserve and explore a few striking waterfalls, villages and unravel the local culture of Vietnam.

Location: Dak Lak Province, Vietnam
Timings: NA
Famous for: Its coffee production and the Biennial Coffee Festival
Entry fee: NA

40. Pu Luong Nature Reserve

two parallel mountain peaks

Phu Long Nature Reserve is the best place for tourists looking for an offbeat place. Home to a large number of rice paddies and stunning limestone Panoramas. Located roughly 170 km from Hanoi. Trekking in the forest alongside the rice paddies, cycling in the reserve and exploring the small villages are some of the common activities that one can do. It is a hidden gem amongst all the other Vietnam visiting places.

Location: Bá Thước District, Thanh Hoa, Vietnam
Timings: Open all-day
Famous for: Home to a large number of rice paddies and the scenic beauty of the place
Entry fee: NA

Other Beautiful Places To Visit In Vietnam

Vietnam houses not only these places but more than you expected. So, here is a list of more places that you can explore when planning a vacation to Vietnam.

41. Dalat

Dalat

Located on the Lang Biang highlands, around a lake and a golf course, Dalat is a cool and serene place for a perfect holiday retreat. Dalat has pleasant days and soothing cool nights. Therefore, the climate here is rightly tagged as ‘eternal spring.’ This perfect holiday destination boasts its stunning lakes, waterfalls, and lush green valleys with vibrant flower beds that have put it among the most amazing places to visit in Vietnam.

Location: Lam Dong Province, Dalat, Vietnam
Timings:
NA
Famous for: Stunning waterfalls, lush greenery and the amazing weather of the place
Entry fee: NA

42. Sand Dunes Of Mui Ne

Sand Dunes Of Mui Ne

Mui Ne boasts of its spectacular white and red sand dunes, eroded by oceanic wind. The winds have carved out mind-blowing formations, such as Barchans & Sieve, and display amazing desert topography. As one of the most fascinating Vietnam tourist places, it is crowded during the peak season. Yet, it is quite challenging to explore the entire area by trekking. Hence, people need to hire sledge, quad bikes, and buggies or take an ostrich ride.

Location: South China Sea, Southeast Vietnam, Vietnam
Timings:
NA
Famous for: The stunning view of the place and the activities at the place
Entry Fee: VND10,000 camps

43. Phu Quoc

Phu Quoc

Located about 50 km from the Vietnam mainland, Phu Quoc is a spectacular land on the Gulf of Thailand. One of the most famous places in Vietnam, the island consists of sparkling white sand beaches, nearly transparent crystal clear water, virgin shoreline, bustling shacks, and a serene environment. Enjoy the photogenic sunset or take a stroll along the beaches and make the holiday a dream come true.

Location: Kien Giang province, Vietnam
Timings:
All-day
Famous for: Largest island in Vietnam
Entry fee: NA

44. Ninh Binh

Ninh Binh

Ninh Binh is another topographical splendour on the southern end of the Red River Delta. The place represents a typical Vietnamese rural scene with lush green paddy fields, verdant mountains, and winding rivers cutting through the village. The former capital of Vietnam, Ninh Binh is one of the popular Vietnam tourist places.

Location: Red River Delta, Northern Vietnam
Timings:
All-day
Famous for: Awestruck beauty of the place
Entry fee: NA

44. Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park

Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park

Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park – a world heritage site – is a biosphere reserve that comprises evergreen forests and more than 100 fauna species. These include tigers, elephants, primates, saola, reptiles, amphibians, and many varieties of birds. The national park – comprising of Asia’s largest karst mountains, caves, and underground rivers – is of the most famous Vietnam tourist spots among others.

Location: Phong NHA, Bố Trạch District, Quang Binh Province 511860, Vietnam
Timings:
7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Famous for: Home to a large variety of fauna
Entry fee: NA

46. Ba Be National Park

Ba Be National Park

Built-in 1992, Ba Be National Park is located in the Bac Kan Province and is considered as one of the mind-blowing tourist places in Vietnam. People visit this national park for the superb karst topography, sparkling waterfalls, stunning lake, and amazing wildlife. The rare mammals, butterflies, turtles, and fishes that can be seen here attract nature enthusiasts and photographers from across the world.

Location: Bố Lù, Ba Bể District, Bắc Kạn Province 23511, Vietnam
Timings:
Open 24 hours
Famous for: Abode to rare fauna
Entry fee: VND15,000 VND20,000

47. Ha Giang

Ha Giang view

The place is yet to be unravelled or excavated by mass tourists. It’s still a hidden gem in Vietnam popular for its natural beauty. This place is the home for ninety per cent of the ethnic minorities who have a noticeable influence over the culture predominant in this place. Due to the political turmoil this region has remained unaffected by the economic uplift in Vietnam for the past 20 years.

Dong Van Karst Global Geopark, was chosen by UNESCO as one of the 77 sites with geological and cultural heritage. The Geopark is filled with delicate Karst formations nearly 400 million years old. Meo Vac town visit is another amazing experience especially on Sunday mornings as the marketplace set up and one can be the witness of the social conduct shared by the ethnic tribe and as a traveller, it will be a whole new different experience if one gets to taste their local food. Among the farthest most places in North Vietnam, another most wonderful spot to visit is The Hmong King’s palace in Sa-Phin located on the road to Dong Van.

Location: Northern Vietnam
Timings:
NA
Famous for: Home to 90% of an ethnic minority, rich in culture and natural beauty
Entry fee: VND230,000

48. Dien Bien Phu

Da Bien Phu

The place is surrounded by forests mostly dominated by it. The place is important for its historical relevance on the basis of the war which resulted in the collapse of the French Indochina dominion. The historical background calls for tourists all around the world specifically the battleground located in the west of the Nam Yum River. This place is located in the Muong Thanh Valley. This place was founded by the Nguyen Dynasty in the year 1841. The forest and the historical facts make this special for the tourist in Vietnam.

Location: Northwestern Vietnam
Timings:
NA
Famous for: Its history
Entry fee: No entry fee

49. Ba Be Lake

Ba Be Lake

For adventure lovers, this place is the right location, the freshwater lake located in Back Kan province in Vietnam is the most suitable place for adventure lovers to indulge in various outdoor activities which include boating, kayaking and even climbing through tropical jungles.

Location: Nam Mau, Ba Be district, Bac Kan Province, Northeast Vietnam
Timings:
All-day
Famous for: Its scenic beauty and the activities
Entry fee: NA

50. Ban Gioc Waterfall

Ban Gioc Waterfall

Located in the Cao Ban province of Vietnam were to reach the falls one needs to sail through the waters. The other most mesmerizing fact about the place is the mountains, which are made up of limestones. It straddles the international border of Vietnam and China.

Location: TL 211, Đàm Thuỷ, Trùng Khánh, Cao Bằng, Vietnam
Timings:
Open 24 hours
Famous for: The mountains made of limestones and the water stream
Entry fee: VND40,000

51. Bai Tu Long

Bai Tu Long

The island is away from the crowd located in the North-East direction of Halong Bay The place with its natural beauty and aura will leave tourists awestruck. The Karsts made limestone is the main attraction for the tourists.

Location: Halong Bay, Vietnam
Timings:
All-day
Famous for: The natural beauty and the limestone plateau
Entry fee: NA

52. Co To Island

Co To Island

The island belonging to the Quang Ninh Province of Vietnam with fine white sand, and blue waters acts as a favourable place for tourists to spend their leisure. It is an Archipelago located in the Gulf of Tokin. It is one of the most romantic places in Vietnam with tranquil blue waters, white sandy beaches and golden sunshine. It is quite famous among all the other Vietnam tourist attractions.

Location: Quang Ninh Province, Vietnam
Timings:
All-day
Famous for: Its natural beauty and the calm environment of the place
Entry fee: NA

53. Han River Bridge

Lit up bridge over a river at night

Located in the city of Da Nang, Han River Bridge is considered to be a treat to the eyes. It is one of the 4 bridges in the city. The cable-supported swing bridge is an ideal place to enjoy a peaceful evening stroll. During the night, this bridge lights up magnificently and gives one all the reasons to stay a little longer. It is one of the most famous Vietnam visiting places.

Location: Da Nang, Vietnam
Timings:
All-day
Famous for: the beauty of the place at night
Entry fee: VND22,300

Now that you have a fair idea about the must-see places in Vietnam, it is time to pack your bags and plan your holiday to Vietnam right away. Wait no more and convince your family or friends for this holiday and do not forget to include all these places to visit in Vietnam in your itinerary. Click selfies, soak yourself in the sun, and gather all the memories.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Places To Visit In Vietnam

Why is Vietnam a popular tourist destination?

Vietnam is a country that has almost everything to offer to tourists, right from some very lush and green paddy fields to the curvaceous peaks of mountain ranges. Whether you just want to mingle with the melting pot of cultural ethnicities, or you want to immerse yourself in the hypnotizing beauty of Halong Bay or just want to ride your bike out in the countryside, Vietnam will live up to your expectations on every front.

What is Vietnam famous for?

Vietnam has a rich history and has a lot of tangible resources to show for it which include the Hoa Lo Prison of Hanoi, the palatial buildings of Nguyen dynasty, tunnels from the time of the Vietnamese war like the Cu Chi tunnel and a DMZ in central Vietnam housing several monuments and museums. All of this doesn’t discredit the very rich natural biodiversity of Vietnam which ranges from mountains to deltas to plains and what not.

Is it safe to travel to Vietnam given the covid situation?

Make sure you understand and follow all airline and destination requirements related to travel, testing, masking, or quarantine. You need to follow all the mandatory guidelines and safety protocols mentioned by the government. Make sure that you take the following precautions: 1. Wearing masks and gloves in public places 2. Maintaining social distancing 3. Sanitizing your hands regularly 4. Avoiding crowded spaces 5. In case of any symptoms, get yourself tested urgently

Is Vietnam cheap for tourists?

Vietnam is a developing nation, with comparatively low costs for travellers. The costs are comparable to Thailand and other nearby countries. However, the accommodation cost is a bit high. The cost will depend on the kind of stay, the number of days you plan for and the food that you want to try.

What is the most visited place in Vietnam?

Vietnam is full of stunning sightseeing points and places. It is difficult to pick any particular place as there are a lot of famous places amongst tourists. Some of which are Ha Long Bay, Ho Chi Minh city, Hanoi, Hue and many more.

What should I avoid in Vietnam?

Vietnam is continuously growing in terms of tourism and so are the concerns and problems related to it. Few things you should take care of are: 1. Avoid carrying any money while travelling, in order to avoid robbery or being a victim of pickpockets. 2. Do not wear shorts, dresses or skirts, or tops with low-necklines and bare shoulders to Temples and Pagodas. 3. Public display of affection is frowned upon. 4. Do not take photos of any military installation or anything to do with the military as that may come under breach of national security. Be a responsible tourist and respect the locals and the place.

Which is the best place to visit in Vietnam?

Ha Giang, Sa Pa, Hanoi’s Old Quarter, Ha Long Bay, Ninh Binh and Phong Nha are some of the best places to visit in Vietnam which cannot be missed. It is advised to all the tourists to keep a perfect balance between exploring the rural areas with breathtaking landscapes and the big cities which stand as a testament to modern society.

Is Vietnam safe to visit?

Vietnam is quite a safe place to travel as the rules and regulations are quite strict here and people abide by them. The police here keep a tight grip and there are rarely any reports of theft and robbery in the country,although scams and hassles still persist at Hanoi, HCMC, and Nha Trang.

Where is the best nightlife in Vietnam?

Some of the best places to explore the nightlife in Vietnam are Bia Hoi junction, Saigon Saigon rooftop bar, Sky36 club Da Nang, Rex Hotel Rooftop Bar and Level 23 Wine Bar. The best part about the nightlife in Vietnam is that it brews some of the cheapest draft beer in the world.

How many days are enough to explore Vietnam?

A traveler visiting Vietnam must have at least 2 weeks in hand to explore the best sights of the country and to explore the places which are quite unusual, 3 weeks are enough. However, 10 days is the minimum period one should keep in hand to cover the 4 most iconic Vietnamese spots- Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi, Halong Bay and Hoi An.

What is the best month to visit in Vietnam?

The summer months which start from May to August are the summer months which are typically hot and humid, while during the spring time which starts from March to April it is quite pleasant as the weather is warm and sunny.

What to wear in Vietnam?

The travellers can pack loose and breathable clothes which cover up the knees and shoulders, while there are swim shorts and bathing suits. Alongside that people can also carry Sarong, light jackets and fleece, while for the winters there can be a warm hoodie which will be perfect to enjoy the time here in the country.

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