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Where to visit in Vietnam

Mai Chau

You have known all about Hanoi, Saigon, Halong Bay as well as imperial Hue in Vietnam, but Vietnam also offers you a number of lesser-known tourist destinations. From a tropical island off the southern peak of this beautiful country to one of the biggest cave systems in the world in the central region of Vietnam and towering karst scenery in the north, it is enough to get your feet itching! Indochina travel Vietnam

Mai Chau

Mai Chau

Mai Chau – source: internet

Situated in rural Hòa Bình Province in the northwest of Vietnam, Mai Chau district is about 160km from Hanoi and about 65km away from the regional capital.

Whilst not precisely well known to travelers, Mai Chau is a long way from these big cities of Vietnam and makes itself a stunning place to explore a little of rural life. Home to the Black and White Thai tribes, Mai Chau is famous for its charming scenery – with mountainous topographic, lakes as well as evergreen rice paddies surrounding the town which carve patterns in the hillsides – and creates an ideal position for hiking or cycling. Travel to Vietnam

The charming town of Mai Chau is gradually becoming more popular to travelers, but is still a wonderful and authentic place to get a taste of peaceful daily life in rural Vietnam.

It is advisable to spend nights at an authentic stilt house, where you can comfortably sleep in basic but convenient accommodation, enjoy traditional home-cooked dishes prepared by the locals and may even admire a traditional dance performed by your hosts.

Phu Quoc

Phu Quoc

Phu Quoc – source: baoxaydung.com.vn

For those who are searching for a real slice of Vietnamese paradise, Phu Quoc, situated off the southern peak of Cambodia, is one of the most highly recommended destinations. Consisting of a Phu Quoc main island, the largest island of Vietnam, covering a total area of 574 square meters coming with a series of 21 tiny islets, Phu Quoc offers you the stereotypical island idyll: turquoise waters, long white sandy beaches, dense rainforest and precious little development – even in spite of the increase in the density of this area in recent years.

Whether you are loving diving, motor biking and kayaking or just lying around on the beach and enjoying delicious seafood specialties– you can easily find it in Phu Quoc.

Ninh Binh

Ninh Binh

Ninh Binh – source: dulichninhbinh365.com

Until they arrived in Vietnam, do many travelers know the existence of Ninh Binh that is regarded as “Ha Long Bay on Land” in Vietnam. Situated about a two hour drive from Hanoi, Ninh Binh attracts tourists for many reasons. Coming here, travelers also can find sheer-sided, mountain tips, green covered limestone, similar to those seen in famous Ha Long Bay. With glittering waterways, jade green paddy fields and magnificent limestone, Ninh Binh is exactly a place of interest of charming natural beauty and place less-known outside of Asia. At the end of May when the rice is ripe and the fields look like a yellow carpet is the best time to visit this beautiful province.

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