You looking for tourist attractions and things to do in Vietnam? Here are our top 7 things to do in vietnam help you explore this wonderful country.
1.Take a cyclo ride around the old quarter in Ha Noi
When visiting Hanoi you must make time to wander around the old quarter. Although Hanoi’s old quarter can be negotiated on foot, it’s more fun to ride through the narrow streets on a three-wheeled bicycle-powered rickshaw.Elderly riders pedal many of these rickshaws and are experts at pointing out the best Hanoi attractions. Most riders may not speak a great deal of English but hiring them as your defacto Hanoi tour guide is a fun way to explore the city.
2.Hop on Bana Hills cable car – longest and highest non-stop cable car in the world.
Bana hills were the entertainment and vacation capital for generals during the French colonial period. Nowadays it is a great attraction for families and tourists as there is a theme park, some beautiful hotel resorts, and houses the longest non-stop cable car in the world. The high altitude offers peace and tranquillity and a welcome breath of fresh air. The cable car journey and destination at the top both offer breathtaking views all the way down to the coast.
3.Wander the canals of Hoi An Ancient Town
Hoian was a most popular economic sea port in South East Asia during the 17th centuries, the ancient town of Hoi An is a museum highlighting a unique blend of Western and Eastern architecture. With pagodas, Chinese temples, wooden shop houses, brightly colored French colonial houses, old canals, and a Japanese bridge, Hoi An is successful in restoring and conserving its enchanting beginnings. In the evening, the riverside is lit up by lanterns, making it has amazing scenes and picturesque spot
4.Explore Tam Coc during rice harvesting season
Similar to the boats that are used in the Mekong Delta, the locals of Tam Coc offer their services and show you around the nearby scenery. The surrounding landscape has been deemed so attractive that it is being used in the Kong: Skull Island movie.
5.Ride a quad bike on the sand dune in Mui Ne.
If you are a thrill seeker, this has to be on your top Things To Do In Vietnam list. The ups and downs of the hills are exhilarating to explore and the sand dunes offer you a stunning view of the countryside and of the beach town Mui Ne. With endless sand dune for miles around you can have unlimited fun in your very own sandbox.
6.Visit The War Remnants Museum
This museum might not be as haunting as the Killing Fields of Cambodia but it is a scary reminder of the atrocities committed by the US government and soldiers during the Vietnam war. Graphic photographs, paraphernalia from the war, and propagandist posters are bound to send a chill down your spine. Put this on your list of things to do in Vietnam. The museum definitely offers a watered down version of history due to diplomatic reasons but it is definitely worth the 15000 VND (£0.50) entry fee.
7.Visit Tiger Cases in Con Dao Archipelago.
Similar to the famous Alcatraz island, this political prison is located on Con Dao island. The tiger cages of Con Dao were discovered in 1970 and are well known for the brutality and poor treatment of the inmates. Prisoners were beaten with sticks from above, and sprinkled with quick lime and water which burnt their skin, and caused blindness. This prison is one of the attractions places. You should visit when go to Con Dao island