Ha Long Bay is a world-famous travel destination in Quang Ninh province, Vietnam, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The name, Ha Long Bay, is translated as “The Bay of Descending Dragons.” The Bay covers an area of more than 1,500 square kilometers and is dotted with 1,600 limestone islets and islands. Go kayaking through the breathtaking karsts and caves or take a dip in the clear, calm waters – it is the ultimate way to discover one of the most beautiful destinations in Vietnam. The destination has a lot to offer for tourists especially those who enjoy water sports. If you want life within a luxury cruise, you can enjoy the high-quality services offered by Orchid Cruise Halong Bay. The cruise offers a chance for tourists to discover the amazing Ha Long Bay – Bai Tu Long Bay – Lan Ha Bay route.

Hoi An is an excellent choice for both foreign and Vietnamese vacationers. UNESCO formally recognized Hoi An in 1999 as a World Heritage Site with its cobblestoned streets, Chinese-style shop houses, narrow canals, and French-colonial buildings. Hoi An is home to lots of pagodas, temples, and old houses bearing its very unique mark. Located on the central coast, Hoi An is well-known for its historic Old Town. Although a lot of old shops have been changed to modern businesses (including art galleries, tailors, restaurants, and souvenir shops), the town has maintained its old-fashioned charm. The city is also known for its excellent and diverse food: a legacy of the many nationalities such as Vietnamese, Japanese, Portuguese, and Chinese that traded or have lived here. Along with that, each night, the colorful lanterns light up the streets in Hoi An and add a romantic shimmer over Thu Bon River.

About 30 kilometers north of Hoi An is Da Nang City, the third largest city in Vietnam. It is brimming with natural cultural and beautiful attractions.  Enjoying the clear water and white sand beaches in Da Nang is a must for beach lovers. It also has some fabulous nightlife. You will need several days here to view all of the sights including many gorgeous temples and the Marble Mountains, a group of mountains having a maze of trails and caves. You can visit Ba Na Hills, which features the world’s most extended cable car lift. Also, you can’t miss the Dragon Bridge that is illuminated at night. The Golden Bridge Hand is also a great destination you won’t want to miss. This architectural attraction has drawn tourists from all over the world.

When visiting Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh City is a great place you should not skip. The city is one of the two most prominent cultural and economic centers in the country. The initial impression of tourists when visiting this city is its dynamism, youthfulness, and excitement. Along with that, the city is full of crowded markets, food stalls, high-rise buildings or entertainment areas. Visitors can also learn about the Vietnam War by visiting Cu Chi tunnels or War Remnants Museum. For shopping, Ben Thanh Market is the best place with multiple kinds of items.