Whether you’re sipping cocktails in a Saigon skybar or knocking back bia hoi in Hanoi, there are plenty of ways to enjoy Vietnam from luxury stays to rustic homestays and everything in between. In fact, it’s hard to go wrong on any budget in this enchanting country of momentous culture and breathtaking natural wonders.
UNESCO-listed highlights include the capital, where frenzied streets teem with street vendors and historic buildings such as the ornate Temple of Literature and St Joseph’s Cathedral. In the north, take in emerald mountains and limestone karsts on a traditional junk boat cruise in mystical Ha Long Bay or stroll among hill tribes in Sapa, a mountain town that’s renowned for its terraced rice fields and ethnic hill-tribe villages.
Then there’s the Mekong Delta, a waterlogged paradise of fruit orchards, flower orchards and labyrinthine canals. Or, veer south to the Cao Bang region, where the treacly brown Mekong slows down to a more languid pace. Here you can savor local homestays and explore the stunning Golden Bridge, also known as the Giant Hands or Golden Hands, which is actually comprised of two bridges joined by a series of waterfalls.
To round out your trip, sample gastronomic delights from the locals at a food tour or learn how to make traditional Vietnamese dishes at a G Adventures-supported cooking class in the enchanting port city of Hoi An. Of course, if you’re a beach lover, there are no shortage of sun-drenched shores to be found in the southern region as well. 다낭 에코걸 추천 및 예약 프로필