If you are looking for things to do in Vietnam for your trip, I think you have come to the right place. This post of ours is one perfect list to help you explore people and this beautiful country.
1. Up to Northwest Vietnam to see the season of ripe rice.
Coming to the Northwest in October, you can see the terraced rice fields dyed by the ripe rice season. The sparkling yellow color blends with the green of the mountain forest, creating a beautiful scene captivating anyone who comes here. The most beautiful places you should visit are terraced fields in Sapa or Mu Cang Chai in Yen Bai
2. Conquering Mount Fansipan
Located at 3,143m above sea level, Mount Fansipan targets many foreign tourists who love adventure and want to prove their bravery and toughness.
The feeling of touching the top of stainless steel with the words Phanxipang and shouting on the “roof of Indochina” will dispel all tiredness on the way to mountain climbing. Along with that, joy and pride when you have overcome the challenge to achieve what you want. The best time to conquer Phanxipang is from October – to November.
3. Walk Around Hanoi’s Old Town
Hanoi’s old town is always the most attractive place for tourists in Hanoi. With a design like a chessboard, the streets are parallel and perpendicular to each other, which causes many people to be unable to find a way out when lost in this “labyrinth.”
Walk around bustling small streets or visit souvenir shops hidden in small alleys. This is one of the great things to do in Hanoi for any traveler who comes here. If you feel tired, look for a coffee shop located on the balcony of an old house to observe the bustling life, besides a cup of coffee with a strong taste of Hanoi.
4. Overnight & Watch the Sunrise on Cruise in Ha Long Bay
Halong Bay is a popular tourist destination; it is one of the world’s seven natural wonders, a favorite destination for many tourists. Come to Ha Long; you can book a room on a cruise ship in Halong Bay enjoy the relaxing moments as sunbathing on the cruise, kayaking, watching the sunrise, reaching for the dim mist, or exam-breaking unique limestone islands. That will be an incredibly romantic and delightful experience that you should try once when having the opportunity to travel to Ha Long Bay.
5. Explore the Son Doong Cave.
Son Doong Cave in Son Trach Commune, Bo Trach District, Quang Binh Province, is considered the most famous cave in Vietnam. The cave is located in the Phong Nha – Ke Bang cave complex. With a height of more than 200m, 150m wide, at least 6.5km long, and countless magnificent, beautiful stalactite walls, Son Doong cave creates inspiration, attracting many tourists to come and explore the giant cave.
6. Ride a motorbike through the Hai Van Pass road
Dubbed as one of the most beautiful coastal pass roads globally with a length of nearly 20km at an altitude of 500m above sea level. Try once to ride a motorbike through this road; you will know how it feels to go on a natural wonder with one side of the sea and one side of a high cliff. Zoom eye away, you will be able to see the whole view of natural scenery with beaches, mountains, and clouds.
7. Sitting on the boat watching the ancient town Hoi An at night
If on the list of top things to do in Vietnam without watching Hoi An old town at night, it is a mistake. Known as the World Cultural Heritage, Hoi An at night has an ancient and charming beauty.
Here, it would help if you tried once to sit on the small boats, running along the banks of Hoai River, watching the old town shimmering with many colorful lanterns at night. You will feel like coming to a peaceful world, completely different from the everyday noisy urban life.
8. Looking At the Sunrise in Phu Yen.
Dai Lanh Cape is a branch of the Truong Son mountain range that reaches the sea in Phuoc Tan Village, Phu Yen province. This is the place where you can welcome the earliest dawn in Vietnam. Here, you can see the sea view in the beautiful sunrise.
9. Ride a motorbike through Cam Ranh Bay.
Cam Ranh Bay belongs to Cam Ranh city and Cam Lam district, Khanh Hoa Province. This road is one of the most beautiful coastal roads in the world. Sitting on the motorbikes running slowly watching the blue sea and the sky, along with the long white sand … will bring you the enjoyable experience that nowhere else. You can visit this website to rent a motorbike through Cam Ranh Bay.
10. Visit War Remnants Museum in Ho Chi Minh City
Ho Chi Minh War Museum is a museum that stores, preserves, and displays materials, images, and artifacts about the Vietnam War. There is a lot of information about the Vietnam War so you can learn when you come here.
Today, Vietnam is a dynamic and modern country, but you should also find out what the country has experienced in the past. The way Vietnamese people fought in the war and rebuilt the country like today
Tips: Bring some tissues; you will cry.
11. Explore the Mekong Delta
Visiting the Mekong Delta is one of the exciting things to see in Vietnam. When the summer sun is no longer so intense, it is also when the Southwest of Vietnam enters the flooding season. Set foot in the famous floating markets in the Mekong Delta, such as Cai Rang Floating Market, Cai Be Floating Market. You will be immersed in the miniature world of waterways with enough tropical fruit products.
Sometimes without a purchase, you sit and watch the Vietnamese fruits like mangoes, oranges, rambutan, dragon fruit … well enough to fill the eyes. A cultural experience from sound, image, taste, and even scent … will help you “harvest” a lot in your journey of discovery.
12. Scuba diving in Phu Quoc Island
Phu Quoc Island is one of the largest islands in Vietnam and has a beautiful natural landscape. An interesting thing in Phu Quoc you should experience when coming here is to see firsthand the brilliant beauty of coral reefs in An Thoi island. In essence, the island has a coral area spread to 360ha and is touched by hands-on colorful, colorful fish swimming around you. I think this will give you the impression of never fading.
You should spend at least two weeks Backpacking Vietnam to experience the amazing things to do in Vietnam and visit the main attractions, but three weeks would be ideal if you also want to explore Vietnam more.