A trip to Vietnam is an unforgettable experience with a rich mix of cultural, natural and culinary delights. From a hike in the mountainous Hmong villages in Sapa to sampling the best of local cuisine in Hoi An, there’s plenty on offer for every traveler. A visit to the stunning Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park offers an incredible adventure deep inside a rainforest and majestic waterfalls.
Hoi An is a beautiful fusion of traditional and foreign influences, which draws a huge number of tourists from all over the world each year. Explore the crisscrossing streets of this ancient town, take in the beautiful Japanese bridge and feast on delicious Vietnamese dishes like Cao Lau (noodle soup) and Bahn Bao Vac (Vietnamese dumplings).
A short drive away is Marble Mountains which boast a stunning cave maze that will have you completely mesmerized, while the nearby city of Da Nang is a laidback coastal hub with plenty to see and do. Spend time exploring the gorgeous temples, wandering the glistening beaches and taking in some of the area’s spectacular vistas, including the one-of-a-kind Golden Bridge Hand – a pair of giant hands that cradle the bridge for a truly magical photo opportunity.
Entry fees to some of Vietnam’s excellent museums, which are unflinchingly honest about the country’s tumultuous history, are also cheap and are another great way to soak up the culture for a fraction of the cost of an agency tour. Local markets are a great place to pick up some souvenirs and bring home an authentic piece of Vietnam, while many homestays will arrange inexpensive guides for you to explore the surrounding landscapes or minority villages – it’s usually cheaper than booking an agency tour and the money goes straight into the local economy. 하노이 유흥의 특징과 종류