59 destinations to explore in Vietnam
One of the fastest-growing economies in the world, emerging from a past of wars and conflicts to a modern, peaceful nation.
An Giang occupies a position in the upper reaches of the Mekong Delta., in the southwestern part of the country.
Vũng Tàu is an important tourist destination in Vietnam, being particularly well known for its beaches, for its colonial-era architecture, and the Christ of Vũng Tàu, a large statue built by Vietnam's Catholic minority.
Bắc Giang is a province of Vietnam also called the homeland of Blue River and Black Mountain. It has several monuments such as the Khe Rỗ Primitive Forest, Xương Giang, the Ancient Citadel, Cấm Sơn Lake, and Thọ Hà Communal House.
Bắc Kạn is a province of Vietnam, located in the Northeast region, due north of the capital Hanoi. It has numerous mountains, rivers, and lakes which are very beautiful.
It is a coastal province and is situated in the southern part of the country. Two typical tourist destinations of Bac Lieu are the Ho Nam eco-tourism zone and the monument zone of Cao Van Lau musician.
Bac Ninh, the smallest province in Red River Delta Vietnam, is located in the Northern key economic region. Bac Ninh Province is famous for Quan Ho folk songs. Previously, Bac Ninh is the center of the Kinh Bac region. Currently, there are 41 notable festivals in Bac Ninh including the major festivals such as Dau Pagoda Festival, Lim Festival, Ba Chua Kho Festival.
One of the southern provinces located in the Mekong Delta.
Binh Dinh is a province situated in the South Central Coast region in Vietnam. Like other beautiful provinces in this region, Binh Dinh is well-known for its natural beauty with beaches, isles, capes, etc.
The Southeast province of Vietnam, Bình Dương is famous for its eco-tourism zones, historical-cultural relics together with traditional craft villages on things such as lacquer, pottery, and wooden shoes.
Binh Phuoc is a province in the South East Region, located in the south key economic zone of Vietnam with an area of 6,876.6 kilometer square.
The province is known for its scenery and beaches. There are also a number of sites of archaeological significance.
Cà Mau is a province of Vietnam, named after its capital city. Its name came from the Khmers who inhabited the area before the arrival of the Vietnamese, Cà Mau means “black” in Khmer.
The city is nicknamed the "western capital", and is located 169 kilometers from Hồ Chí Minh City. Cần Thơ is famous for its floating markets, where people sell and buy things on the river, as well as the bird gardens and the port of Ninh Kiều.
As the province is in the region where the Vietnamese people lived thousands of years ago before their southwards expansion, Cao Bằng has several points of historical interest as well as many natural features.
Da Nang is known as the tourist capital of South Central Vietnam, with a west-coast location that makes for beautiful sunsets against an impressive backdrop of lush mountains. Within a radius of 10km around the Da Nang city center, travelers can visit historical monuments representing the traditional culture of Vietnam, Champa, China, Japan, and France.
It is located in the southern part of the Central Highlands, about 500m above sea level.
Located east and northeast of Ho Chi Minh City, Đồng Nai is one of Vietnam's main manufacturing centers and one of the most developed provinces.
The name comes from the Mnong (a Mon-Khmer language) word dak Lak, literally "Lak Lake", the largest freshwater lake in the province. It is located in Vietnam's Central Highlands of Vietnam.
Đồng Tháp is a province in the Mekong Delta of southern Vietnam. The province has many attractive places such as Tràm Chim National Park, the flower village of Sa Đéc, Gò Tháp historic site, etc.
Map of destinations in Vietnam