Exploring Son Doong cave, riding a motorbike on a provision of the world’s the most beautiful sea … the interesting experiences that you should not miss.
For many people, travel isn’t only looking for information but also a life experience. It seems that every passing lands always leaves in the soul of each person special feelings.
Let’s review some memorable experiences in Vietnam and check whether you have many memories in that location.
1, Exploring Son Doong Cave
Son Doong cave is world’s largest cave, located in Quang Binh province, Vietnam. It was created 2-5 million years ago by river water eroding away the limestone underneath the mountain Where the limestone was weak, the ceiling collapsed creating huge skylights.
Son Doong cave is high more than 200m, with a width of 150m and at least 6.5 km long. The comments of the National Geographic Magazine (USA): “There are forests, caves inside the cave. And it is large enough to accommodate a skyscraper in New York. The cave is endless…”
About 6 days exploring the cave, you will have a unforgetable experience in your life.
2, Overnight on Halong Bay
Ha Long Bay is located in Quang Ninh province, Vietnam. The bay features thousands of limestone karsts and isles in various sizes and shapes. The bay has a 120 kilometre long coastline and is approximately 1,553 square kilometres in size with 1969 islets.
Was considered one of the Seven Wonders of the world by the New 7Wonders, Halong Bay in Quang Ninh is the most favourite destination for people want to enjoy yourself in nature.
3, Climbing the top of Phanxipang mountain – “ the roof of Indochina”
At 3,143 metres Mt Fansipan is Vietnam’s highest mountain. Although only 9 km from Sapa town, it takes at least three days to get to the peak and back.
The feeling when you touch the statue of the mountain “ Chop Inox”you will have the feeling of freedom.
The best time to climb the most beautiful Phanxipang in October and November.
4, Buy a floating Hoi An lantern for luck
Hoi An is famous for its hand-made lanterns, which adorn all the main streets in the Old Town. Found in an array of colours and designs, the brighten up the street during the day but look even better at night when they are all lit up.
Evenings are a special time in Hoi An, when the town really comes to life. Everyone seems to come out to play once the sun goes down and the lanterns are lit, with lots of activities to be had. Check out local performances and get-togethers, munching on some street food or buy a floating lantern for luck (to send down the river).
5, Dive in Phu Quoc – where there are beautiful coral reefs
Phu Quoc is the largest island of Vietnam. It is famous for pristine beauty, smooth white sand and blue water.Diving in the north west is great for beginners and those who want to snorkel as the waters are calm, clear and sheltered.
Here divers can peruse the broad variety of colourful hard and soft corals, anemones, nudibranch and tropical fish such as damselfish and pufferfish. If you’re lucky you might even spot a bamboo shark. There are some areas of interesting topography with large rocks creating nooks to explore as well as more open sandy bottomed areas.
The best time to travel Phu Quoc is about from December to March next year.
6. floating markets in the west of Vietnam
Floating markets attracts tourists not only by the characteristic culture of the western Vietnam, but also by the abundant tropical products that are sold on the boats. In the Me Kong River Delta, there are many famous floating markets such as: Cai Rang, Cai Be, Phung Hiep, Long Xuyen, Tra On…
Enjoy the bustling atmosphere of floating markets, tourists can also watch and learn about the daily life of the local people living in the boats. And they will satisfy you by both beautiful scenery and unique culture of the Mekong Delta.
7. First rays of the sun on Cape Dai Lanh
Located in the central province of Phu Yen, Cape Dai Lanh seems to be the first place bathed in the morning sunlight. With its picturesque landscape, Cape Dai Lanh is attracting increasing numbers of tourists to discover the magnificent spectacle of the birth of the day in nature.
9. Stunning Rice Harvest Seasons In Northern Provinces.
Mentioning to rice fields in the harvest season in Northern provinces, we must talk about Mu Cang Chai (Yen Bai), Thai Thuy (Thai Binh), Mai Chau ( Hoa Binh), Tam Coc – Bich Dong.
September autumn wakes up, a harvest season comes back the fragrance of rice. Around this time, looking around Northern provinces, tourists cannot help being attracted and fascinated by yellow color of immense rice fields in harvest season. This September, try travelling Northern provinces and choose the most beautiful rice paradise.
10, Visiting the Yok Don national park
A special pleasure only in Buon Don – ice elephant Yok Don national park, or boating on the lake Single Moc Dak Min. The rustic wooden house, the eyes of the nation, the goat herd leisurely, Serepok mourning the … “And another injured in Buon Me Thuot, then …”.
Only the Buon Don sipping on highland coffee or drink a sip wine, listen to hit the gong and eating grilled pork all cooked sticky glutinous rice + shifting of the nation Hey – Dyke was enough not to do wasted your trip.