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7 days in north Vietnam Where should you go?

You are planning to come to Vietnam, you do not know where you are going to Vietnam. do not worry! Here are suggestions for you.

Unlike big cities like Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City, they are not as romantic as the coastal cities of Nha Trang, Phu Quoc, but Northern Vietnam owned a spectacular and majestic beauty. It is also where you’ll find breathtaking bays, stunning rice terraces and unbeatable scenery. Northern Vietnam’s cultural attractions are just as diverse ranging from the chaotic highland markets to the hill-tribes in the far north. Narrowing down the many options to fit your itinerary can be tricky, but this list can help point you to the region’s top destinations in 7 days in Vietnam.

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Hanoi

If you only visit one place in Northern Vietnam, it will likely be Hanoi. As the nation’s capital, Hanoi is an exhilarating blend of eastern and western culture. French colonialism is visible through cuisine as well as architecture, particularly in the French Quarter in the Hoàn Kiếm District. Hanoi is packed with incredible temples, and a visit to the 11th century Temple of Literature is a must-do activity. The side-by-side Ho Chi Minh Museum and Mausoleum are also major attractions in Hanoi, and both are striking buildings from the exterior.

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Sapa

The mountainous town of Sapa is known for its culturally diverse population as well as its proximity to incredible scenery. Sapa itself is home to the members of many hill tribes, including the Hmong, the Dao, the Muong and the Tay. The town also overlooks the magnificent Muong Hoa Valley and its terraced rice fields, which are staggering to behold. If you want to get an inside look at the local residents and their cultures, then head to Sapa for an overnight trek or a homestay. You can hike out to the more remote villages and then spend the night, dining and learning from the hill tribe residents.

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Halong bay

One of the best-known destinations in the entire country is Halong Bay. Its reputation is well deserved, because it is truly beautiful. Halong means descending dragons, which is indicative of the silhouette of the limestone outcrops that poke out from the water. Day cruises or overnight boat trips are a spectacular way to experience the beauty of Halong Bay and to see as many of the islands as possible. In addition to Cat Ba, Quan Lan is a popular stop that is beginning to develop some tourism infrastructure to accommodate a longer stay. You can go swimming, look for caves to explore or find some of the more remote, uninhabited islands while cruising through Halong Bay.

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Ninh Binh

Ninh Binh is a fascinating place where apart from an inspiring scenery, you have easy access to the most rural and authentic side Vietnam. Ninh Binh includes various charming natural destinations. One of them is Tam Coc- Bich Dong complex with many mysterious caves such as: Tien cave, Bich Dong grotto, But cave, etc. The stalactites here were made due to the transformation of geology, seawater and rainwater naturally. Therefore, many people came here and considered Tam Coc as the terrestrial Ha Long Bay. Besides, you can visit Cuc Phuong National Park to admire imposing nature and explore diversified species of animals and plants. 

Going deep into diverse cultures, spectacular natural scenery you will find yourself fortunate to have the opportunity to enjoy it. Now, plan to enjoy the best experience of your trip to northern Vietnam. The fastest way to book, accesshttp://vietnamtypicaltours.com/contact-us/
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