What to See in Vietnam

Nha Trang (Vietnam)

Nha Trang is located in the central part of Vietnam, 450 km from Ho Chi Minh City and 1280 km from Hanoi. It can be reached by bus, train or plane. Every year it competes more and more with the best resorts in Southeast Asia.

A characteristic feature of Nha Trang are quiet and warm waters throughout the year. Beaches in the resort of white sand. Nha Trang is also a medical resort. There is a clinic for mud therapy and mineral water treatment of diseases of the joints and diseases of the musculoskeletal system. Treatment is recommended for patients with skin diseases, as well as diseases of the nervous and bronchopulmonary systems. The unique combination of microelements, salt-saturated solution, biologically active organics, in conjunction with the thermal effect, has anti-inflammatory, absorbable and antibacterial effects with increased metabolic processes. Under the influence of dirt on the human immune system, the body’s defenses are activated.

The city is no less interesting for lovers of history and cultural values. Not far from it rise the famous Cham towers (Temples of Po Nagar), built at the end of the 13th century. by order of the ruler of the kingdom Jaya Simhavarman III. AT Nha Trang is home to the Oceanographic Institute with huge aquariums and a museum displaying all kinds of marine life.

Nha Trang attracts nightlife lovers. Numerous restaurants offer visitors the most exquisite seafood dishes. The amusement and amusement park is very popular with both adults and children.

17 km north of Nha Trang in the forest is a beautiful natural monument – Baho, which are three waterfalls and three bowls connected to each other.

Sapa (Vietnam)

According to Barble Jewelry, Sapa is located in the northwest of Vietnam in Lao Cai Province. The city was discovered by the French in the 19th century, who chose it as their place of leisure for its wonderful climate and unique landscapes. The settlement is located at an altitude of 1500 m, and here you can find both tropical flora and vegetation of temperate latitudes. The best time to travel to Sapa is spring, when the slopes of the mountains are covered with a flower carpet.

Nature has created many interesting sights in these parts: Tkhas Bas Silver Waterfall, a complex of caves called the Underwater Palace, Heaven’s Gate, a mysterious bamboo forest. Sapa is also the starting point for those wishing to conquer Fansipan, the highest mountain not only in Vietnam but throughout the Indochina peninsula.

Another attraction of the city are the local tribes, which still have not lost their national identity and honor their traditions and customs. One of the highlights of a trip to Sapa is a visit to the market, where not only trade, but also national holidays and festivals are held.

Thanh Hoa (Vietnam)

Thanh Hoa is the capital of Thanh Hoa Province in northern Vietnam. The city is located 200 km south of Hanoi and is a stop on the Hanoi-Ho Chi Minh Express route.

Thochu, Thochu island (Vietnam)

Thochu is an island in the Gulf of Thailand located 100 km southeast of Phu Quoc Island. There are many beautiful beaches on Thochu, the best of which – Ngu – is located in the southwestern part of the island. The beach is flanked by two rocks that go into the sea, which are called the Neck of the Heron and the Nose of the Dragon. Many beautiful plants grow on the island, turtles live in its coastal waters and corals grow.

Phu Quoc, Phu Quoc island (Vietnam)

Phu Quoc Island is located in the Gulf of Thailand, 65 km from the southwestern coast of Vietnam and is the largest among its islands. Phu Quoc has two large pearl plantations, which is why many people call it the “Pearl Island”. The nature of the island is striking in its splendor – the island has 99 mountains and hills covered with relict forests with lush vegetation, as well as many beautiful waterfalls and raging rivers, amazing sandy beaches with crystal clear sea water.

At the beginning of the XVII century. the island was a desert area where immigrants from Vietnam and China lived. In 1869, the island was captured by the French, who grew coconut and rubber plantations on the island. From 1967 to 1972 during the war between Vietnam and America, the island was a camp for Vietnamese prisoners of war. And only after the liberation in 1975, the island was turned into a resort area, becoming a favorite vacation spot for many tourists.

Phu Quoc is suitable for both lovers of solitude and supporters of outdoor activities. The pride of the island is a large diving center, built in 2002. A huge number of unusual bright fish live in the waters of the Gulf of Thailand, a large number of corals grow, and besides, there are no dangerous sharks.

Phu Quoc (Vietnam)