Vietnam has a long and turbulent history, therefore many amazing tourist attractions for all kinds of travelers can be discovered for sightseeing. The unique geography of Vietnam, long and narrow, features two different climates, islands, beaches, wetlands and mountains, adding a wonderful diversity of landscapes to our “What to see in Vietnam” list.
From scenic landscape of Sapa to the north and the picturesque Halong Bay, over the beautiful Central Highlands, to the peaceful rice fields of the Mekong delta in the south, there are marvelous places to explore.
The Turtle Tower in Hanoi is an interesting sight for you, if you want to learn more about the history of Vietnam. The famous king’s palace in Hue, the ancient town of Hoi An or the War Remnants Museum in Saigon. Our “What to see in Vietnam” on a tour through the country includes many more historical sights from different periods in time.
If your goal is to visit modern shopping malls or lively amusement parks come to Ho Chi Minh and Hanoi. Here you can also enjoy the most vibrant nightlife of Vietnam. Whether you want to have a drink in one of the famous rooftop bars, shop for international brands or experience an active afternoon with your kids, Vietnam has it all.
You prefer to experience the Vietnamese culture first hand? Visit the oldest and most interesting pagodas of the country, to experience Vietnamese culture first hand. Go on adventures alone or with experienced tour guides, bargain for a good price at local markets and travel to remote villages. Or visit traditional workshops throughout the country.
Whatever your desired experiences for your holidays are, Vietnam can provide. Just check out our top articles and pick a topic that you would like to learn more about.
10 interesting articles about what to see in Vietnam:
Discover ancient Hue in Vietnam: Hue is the beautiful former residence of the ruler of Vietnam, and not only the palace, but also many old traditions hint to a profound connection to the royal heritage.
Island hopping in Ha Tien: Close to the border of Cambodia, off the shores of Ha Tien, there are nice archipelagos for adventurous island hopping off the beaten track.
The scenic Marble Mountains in Da Nang: Not far from My Khe beach in Da Nang, there are the Marble Mountains. Besides marble and stone artisans, there is a pagoda in the caves, and an interesting piece of war history.