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Ninh Binh

Ninh Binh
Ninh Binh – Source: Internet

Ninh Binh is a land endowed by nature with several desired cave systems; additionally, Ninh Binh is a convergence of all the beauty of green water, understanding that the charming scenery combines with the beauty of nature to make Ninh Binh highly appealing in the hearts of all visitors to this location. In addition to the wonderful and enigmatic tunnels, the Trang An scenic complex is a popular Vietnamese tourist destination due to its gorgeous river and cave system, small villages, rice fields, temple complexes, and various woodlands.

Ninh Binh, with its untamed nature and lovely scenery, is becoming one of the popular tourist attractions. for travelers from the North, as it is only 90 kilometers from Hanoi and on the key transportation axis North-South. The tranquillity of everyday life, the majestic mountains, and the mystical tale of Ninh Binh will provide amazing experiences while exploring this land. Coming to Trang, an eco-tourism area, you can marvel at the unique beauty of the caves here, which stretch for more than 12,226 meters.

This place is considered a complex of caves, caves, mountains, valleys, lakes, and streams,… all created as a romantic Trang An habitat “unique” in the Northern Delta and all regions of the country. Trang The Thanh Tri Thien Tao mountain range of the historic Hoa Lu capital contains a subterranean tourist destination.

Many archaeologists have compared the Trang An cave ecological area to a “open-air geological museum” since it is surrounded by bow-shaped limestone mountains in the center of a flooded valley. Fissures in the limestone mountains illustrate the geological action that causes the cave flow.

Read more: Vietnam sightseeing top 10: Places bring you the most beautiful scenery (Part 2)

Hoi An

Hoi An
Hoi An – Source: Internet

Since the 16th century, this location has been known as Faifoo, a trading center for Japanese, Chinese, Portuguese, and Italian traders… in Southeast Asia. Hoi An practically maintains the status quo of old architectural remains and intangible cultural foundations in customs, religious activities, folk art, cultural festivals, and traditional craft villages today.The moss-covered old rooftops, the streets lined with red lanterns, and the wonderfully carved monuments transport us to a another era. That is only a small fraction of the historic town of Hoi An, yet it is enough to make tourists fall in love and lose their path.

When darkness falls, the scenery of Hoi An’s ancient town shines brighter. Thousands of brightly colored lanterns illuminate the dwellings. Take advantage of the opportunity to stroll beneath the bustling streets and sample Hoi An’s rustic cuisine. Visitors can, in particular, drop lanterns and take a boat ride down the Hoai River to see the splendor of this ancient city.

The moss-covered old rooftops, the streets lined with red lanterns, and the wonderfully carved monuments transport us to a another era. That is only a small fraction of the historic town of Hoi An, yet it is enough to make tourists fall in love and lose their path. When darkness falls, the scenery of Hoi An’s ancient town shines brighter.

Thousands of brightly colored lanterns illuminate the dwellings. Take advantage of the opportunity to stroll beneath the bustling streets and sample Hoi An’s rustic cuisine. Visitors can, in particular, drop lanterns and take a boat ride down the Hoai River to see the splendor of this ancient city.

Furthermore, one of the distinctive features that travelers frequently highlight is the culinary culture in Hoi An; if you have been here but have not eaten local delicacies such as High-rise, Quang noodles, and “white rose” pastries… it is believed that you have never gone to Hoi An.

Along with many ups and downs in history, Hoi An ancient town still has the original charm of wearing moss in each tile roof, brick, a row of trees…as the simplicity of the local people’s individuality, pure soul, and true nature.  The old town has always had its beauty. The welcoming and close grins of the residents allow visitors to experience the warmth in each dish. The space here is appealing to tourists as well as plants. Walking down each small street transports you back to your early memories in this strange and familiar world.

Read more: Vietnam sightseeing top 10: Places bring you the most beautiful scenery (Part 1)

Mui Ne

Mui Ne
Mui Ne – Source: Internet

Mui Ne is a well-known tourist destination in the South Central area, 22 kilometers northeast of Phan Thiet city center (Binh Thuan province); it is a strip of wild blue coastline with red sand dunes stretching like a desert and fishing communities of pure Vietnamese sea. Mui Ne is also appealing to visitors because it contains many historical-cultural remains of a diversified and multi-ethnic civilization, such as Kinh, Cham, and Hoa, as well as Cham towers, Water towers, Ong pagoda, Thien Hau pagoda, Van Thuy Tu, and many other relics of cultural, historical, and touristic importance.

Mui Ne’s gorgeous scenery draws attention with its turquoise water and white sand. Many domestic and international tourists visit Mui Ne – Phan Thiet because the scenery is gorgeous, with long lovely beaches at reasonable pricing. Those who have visited the magnificent region of Mui Ne have characterized it in romantic terms: blue sea, white beach, golden sunshine.

Mui Ne is the name of the Cham emperor’s youngest daughter, Princess Mouse. In the past, this land of the Cham people, whose youngest princess was 16 years old, suffered from a terminal illness and later built the Am temple to cultivate in Hon Rom. From there, she was nicknamed Na Na – gradually, people deviated from the word Na Na to Mui Ne.

Ne is the name of Princess Ut – The nose is the headland that leads to the sea. Mui Ne used to be wild, with a vast coastline and poor fishing settlements open day and night. Recognizing the development potential of sea tourism, this location has invested in the construction of numerous resorts and other tourism services, bringing a large number of local and foreign guests to the resort, swimming…

Mui Ne has since been regarded as Vietnam’s resort capital. Mui Ne Tourism is one of Binh Thuan province’s most beautiful and poetic coastal eco-tourism spots. Visitors to Mui Ne are drawn not just by nature’s natural beauty, but also by the village’s unique cuisine and warmth. Many additional stunning scenery can be seen in Vietnam.

If you enjoy traveling and want to explore and admire the most beautiful natural environment in Vietnam, please see the list of top destinations stated above to uncover the complete beauty of Vietnam.

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