Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Top 10 Hidden places in Vietnam

Vietnam is a breathtaking country, filled with hidden destinations and undiscovered beauty. If you want to escape with the holiday experience of a lifetime, with the chance to explore untouched regions and historical villages, there is no better destination than Vietnam. Read on to uncover some of best hidden places in this captivating country.

Halong Bay

- This breathtaking waterside village will have your heart captivated, as it provides the most astonishing and awe-inspiring landscape in Vietnam. Get lost in the glistening waters and fall asleep under the sparkling skies of Halong Bay.


- While it may not be the most ‘off the beaten track’ city in Vietnam, it is one of the most underrated destinations in the country. Hanoi offers breathtaking photo opportunities of French-colonial buildings and charming backdrops.

Cai Be

- Experience the traditional floating markets in one of the more traditional regions of Vietnam. Discover how the locals do business on a daily basis.

Lao Cai

- The small town of Lao Cai provides pristine environments for independent hiking tours and trekking expeditions. Quaint villages can be found in the dense forest surrounding Lao Cai, offering an insight into the traditional ways of many Vietnamese families.


- Situated on the banks of the river, Hue represents what life was once like in Vietnam. This isolated region still displays the intricate detailing of architecture from years past.

Nha Trang

- Nha Trang is truly one of Vietnam’s best kept secrets. While it may not be the smallest region in the country, very few visitors take the time to travel to the breathtaking beaches of Nha Trang. The tropical beaches of Nha Trang provide the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of Ho Chi Minh City.

Hoi An

- The riverside of Hoi An provides the perfect destination for travellers to Vietnam. The perfect combination of history and modern influences is on display in Hoi An, with traditional villages and delectable restaurants.


- The colourful, traditional markets of Sapa are one of the best reasons to visit this charming village region. Smaller villages are scattered throughout the region, while hiking tracks seem virtually endless.

Perfume River

- Located in the city of Hue, the Perfume River is the ultimate destination to embark on a captivating dragon boat cruise and to discover small village life.

Cu Chi

- If you’re searching for a cultural experience, take the time to visit one of the most historically significant areas in Vietnam, as you uncover the hidden tunnels of Cu Chi, used by communist insurgents during the Vietnam War.

Whether you want to embark on the adventure of a lifetime or are just looking for a holiday with a little bit of difference, book your Vietnam airfares today to discover hidden cities and lost villages.


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  3. Nice introduction to Vietnam...I may get up there once to enjoy the amazing landscape.I am very attracted to Asia and will need to take this step.Lovely blog!

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