Top 3 golden points of Vietnam tourism

Nga Do
Most travelers to Vietnam are attracted by the country’s wonderful natural beauty: From  the majestic terraced fields in the northern mountains to the fascinating bustle of the Halong Bay. Vietnam however is also a country with a long history and ancient traditions. It has many historic attractions and old temples. Together we discover "Top 3 golden points of Vietnam tourism".


Hanoi is not only capital but also is traditional, hictorical and cultural city of Vietnam long time ago. The best place to begin in Hanoi is with the city's top tourist draw -- the Old Quarter. Here centuries of commerce can be charted amid labyrinthine streets and tiny alleyways meandering streets, each shows the name of the goods that was specifically traded there such as Hang Bac (Silver Product), Hang Ma (Paper Product), Thuoc Bac (Herb Product) and Hang Vai (Silk Product), just to name a few. Furthermore, almost well-know destinations in Hanoi lay close to each other so you can walking or by cyclo to visit around there such as Hoan Kiem Lake, Literature Temple, One Pillar Pagoda, Sword Lake, West Lake, History Museum, Flag Pole.

Hanoi, however, isn't all about classic images of old Asia. You'll find classy lounges that wouldn't be out of place in any world metropolis and bohemian hangouts where locals, foreign residents and visitors gather to soak in the atmosphere. If you're wondering what to do in Vietnam, and where to start, Hanoi is a good welcomer.


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), will appear before your eyes after a night of departure from Hanoi to Sapa. This is the most beautiful rural vistas in Vietnam. 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 French 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.


The karst seascape of Halong Bay is one of the world's most 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.

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