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Speaking of Vietnamese landscapes, it can be seen that stretching from the South to the North, almost every province has outstanding landscapes. In this article, let’s look at the 10 most famous Vietnamese landscapes with Lily’s Travel. For “touring teams,” what are you waiting for without immediately choosing a place to visit?

Ha Long Bay

Ha Long Bay
Ha Long Bay – Source: Internet

Ha Long Bay is undoubtedly the most famous Vietnamese scenic spot popular among tourists. This place has many limestone islands and slabs with unique sizes and shapes. It is not natural that UNESCO recognizes Ha Long Bay as one of the world’s 7 most beautiful natural wonders. Coming here, in addition to visiting Ha Long Bay, you can also see many other famous places such as Lan Ha Bay, Tuan Chau Island, Bai Chay, Quan Lan Island, Ti Top Island, Yen Tu Relic Area, Cai Bau Pagoda,… Don’t forget to refer to the hotels in Ha Long on Lily’s Travel to book soon

Phu Quoc Island

Phu Quoc Island
Phu Quoc Island – Source: Internet

The next Vietnamese scenic spot will be Phu Quoc – the most beautiful tourist island in Vietnam today. Phu Quoc Island is located in the Gulf of Thailand and has an area of 574 km2; this place is famous for its beautiful beaches, fine white sand beaches, and cool air all year round, attracting many domestic and foreign tourists. In addition to the natural landscapes, Phu Quoc also owns many famous tourist attractions such as Phu Quoc Prison, Roots Museum, Dinh Cau Cape, Da Closet Stream, and more. At Lily’s Travel, you can easily choose from many Phu Quoc hotels for your trip.

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Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park

Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park
Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park – Source: Internet

Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park impresses with a total area of up to 200,000 hectares and 300 large and small caves inside limestone mountains. The famous caves here must be mentioned, such as Phong Nha Cave, Chay River Dark Cave, Tam Co Cave, Paradise Cave, Wind Waterfall – Botanical Garden, etc. Entering the caves here, you will witness a beautiful stalactite system with a highly diverse ecosystem. The climate in Phong Nha-Ke Bang is excellent all year round, so it is ideal for tourism.

Hue ancient capital

Hue ancient capital
Hue ancient capital – Source: Internet

The complex of Hue ancient relics has been the seat of the Nguyen Dynasty of Vietnam for 143 years since 1802. UNESCO recognizes this place as a World Cultural Monument. Despite the years of fierce war until now, Hue Ancient Capital still has the architectural features from the beginning. The ancient capital of Hue currently has 16 construction items, the most prominent of which are the Palace in the Forbidden City, the Citadel, the Imperial Citadel, the Nam Giao flock, the mausoleum, the Vo Mieu, the Temple of Literature, the Ho Quyen and Thien Mu Pagoda. For those who want to learn about the feudal period of Vietnam, pay attention to the name of Hue Ancient Capital. The hotels in Hue are incredibly diverse; you can refer to Lily’s Travel.

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Hoi An Ancient Town

Hoi An Ancient Town
Hoi An Ancient Town – Source: Internet

Referring to Vietnamese landscapes, the name Hoi An Ancient Town must appear in many people’s minds. Hoi An was a bustling international trading port; although it has passed the golden age, it still preserves many unique architectural, cultural, and operational features. Visiting Hoi An, you can see many ancient architectures, such as Cau Pagoda, Ong Pagoda, Fujian Assembly Hall, and Quan Cong Temple,… and participate in many other festivals and cultural and artistic activities.

As a popular tourist destination, Hoi An hotels are also highly diverse. You can book a hotel on Lily’s Travel

Trang An scenic complex

The Trang An-Ninh Binh scenic complex is another Vietnamese scenic spot designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Trang An is well-known for its magnificent tall limestone rocks, pristine natural landscapes, diverse cave systems, and numerous vast valleys.  This place is described as a “Ha Long bay on land.” If you travel to Trang An, you can visit the ancient capital of Hoa Lu, which has more than 1,000 years of history. You can book a hotel room in Ninh Binh in advance to hunt for discount codes.

My Son Sanctuary

My Son Sanctuary deserves to be included among Vietnam’s most beautiful landscapes. My Son Sanctuary, located in Quang Nam province, is an architectural complex with over 70 extremely unique Cham Pa temples that was discovered in 1885 and designated as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site in 1999. Despite being heavily damaged by the war and time, up to now, the works of the Cham Pa people in My Son are almost intact and very worthy for all visitors to visit once.

Fansipan Peak

Fansipan is the highest peak in Indochina today, with an elevation of 3147.3 m, and is known as the “roof of Indochina.” Fansipan Peak deserves to be on the top of Vietnamese landscapes for you to conquer, especially for those who love climbing and exploring nature. Standing from the top of Fansipan, looking down, you will see the beautiful mountain scenery among the floating clouds that are incredibly eye-catching. To make the Fansipa trek more convenient, you will have to book a hotel in Sapa with your family and friends

Tram Chim National Park

Tram Chim National Park
Tram Chim National Park – Source: Internet

Regarding Vietnamese landscapes in the Southwest region, there must be Tram Chim National Park. This is a highly famous eco-tourism area for domestic and foreign tourists. The ecosystem is extremely diverse and rich; there are also many scarce birds, the most special being the red-headed crane. Tram Chim National Park has an airy and relaxed space, which is very suitable for those who like peace and coolness.

Con Dao

Speaking of Con Dao, surely everyone knows this archipelago in Ba Ria – Vung Tau province is located about 40 nautical miles from the mainland. Con Dao has not been affected much by human hands, so it retains its pristine features. Here, you can comfortably swim in the sea, enjoy seafood, or visit famous tourist attractions such as Dam Tre Bay, Dam Trau Beach, Mui Tau Tank, Con Dao Prison, and more. With a beautiful space, Con Dao deserves to be one of the Vietnamese landscapes for you to visit. Remember to book a hotel room in Con Dao with Lily’s Travel.

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