The Beginners Guide To Vacations (Chapter 1)

Why You Need To Tour Vietnam

Vietnam, also called the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, is a country that is located in South East Asia. The country has come a long way – and it has a lot to show to the world. In fact, it is considered the fastest growing nation in terms of tourism.

Undoubtedly, it has some of the most incomparably beautiful places that attract thousands of tourists each year. The mountains and valleys, beaches and islands, cities, villages and people – you will not hesitate to come visiting such a country for the second time.

The Vietnamese are the kind of people you would describe as optimistic. Or how else are you going to explain their flourishing economy despite the war miseries they had to endure in the past? And they will carry on with their typical spirit still. The UN will soon categorize it as one of the fastest growing economies in the Asian Continent.

The Vietnamese are a people that love travelers. It is considered one of the most hospitable people in the entire world. If you have been through stressing moments and are even frustrated, you may have to consider visiting this country. Vietnam has a lot of attraction sites. And each of these sites come with extraordinary features.

Hanoi.

It is Vietnam’s capital city. Hanoi is thought to be the liveliest destination you can visit. On top of that, Hanoi city is the second largest town in the entire country. And most significantly, the city is located along the Red River. That is why the town is usually called the city between rivers. It has some of the oldest temples in the country.

Then there is the great Halong Bay. Halong has two distinct parts, the Eastern and Western. The eastern part is set aside for industries and business offices. One the other hand, the western part is for tourism and all the related activities. Of all the attraction sites, the Halong Bay has an incredible world heritage site.

The caves and grottoes on the limestone can be tremendously spectacular. What is more, the bay is distributed to almost 3000 islands that the country has. It is the pinnacle of the country. You will find great pagodas, historical sites, and temples; it is worth visiting.

Then there is the Phu Quy Island. It is one of the ten chain islands on the Phan Thiet Sea, 120 km to the southeastern part of the country. It is also part of the Phu Quy district. Phu Quy island is thought to be one of the largest and is the best among the many that are there. It has amazing scenery.

It’s weather is cool and pleasant all through the year. It has clear waters as well as appealing reefs – a enthralling beauty indeed. It has a calm atmosphere, such a great choice for honeymooners – a haven far away from the struggles of the busy city life.

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