Holiday in vietnam
Although many visitors from across the world still imagine Vietnam through the lens of war, but in reality Vietnam is a development success story. It is one of the most beautiful countries located in South East Asia filled with captivating natural beauty and tranquil village life. Blessed with a ravishing coastline, emerald green mountains, breathtaking national parks, dynamic cities, scenic Island and beaches and above all delicious cuisines makes this gracious and graceful country an outstanding holiday destination.
Many tourists who are on their first tour to Vietnam are simply amazed as they don’t quite know what to expect as country has something for everyone. If you are on holidays to Vietnam then do visit Sahara like desert – sand dunes of Mui Ne’s and you will surely feel this is the place to be. If you are a history and cultural enthusiast then ruins of pagodas located around country will surely fascinate you. You fell in love with Vietnamese lifestyle including tribes of hills, farmers of north and fishermen of middle and southern region of country.
No visit to Vietnam would be complete without experiencing the energy of big city. Hanoi the capital of Vietnam is most dazzling city of Vietnam. On Vietnam city breaks you will find it a myriad of influences. In South Indian and Hindu culture had a lasting influence in Cham temples. Head north and Chinese connections are far more apparent and you will find a quintessential Vietnam in central province. Today Vietnam has been applauded for quality of development which has been better than most of other countries which are in similar situations.
On weekend breaks to Vietnam you come across several places of interest like :
- Halong Bay - It is a beautiful natural wonder in northern Vietnam near Chinese border. The bay is dotted with 1,600 limestone islands and islets that cover an area of 1,500 sq km. It is a UNESCO preserved site and for tourists this place is something right out of a movie.
- Imperial Citadel of Thang Long in Hanoi - The site was declared a UNESCO world heritage site at Hanoi’s millennial anniversary in 2010. This ancient site was political center of country for 13 consecutive centuries and served as capital of Vietnam for eight centuries.
- My Son Hindu Sanctuary - It is a UNESCO world heritage site and is a great sample of ancient Champa civilization that is located in southern part of Vietnam. It has various Hindu themed ruins that feature many beautiful stone sculptures, temples and towers.
- Sand Dunes of Mui Ne - It is among major attractions and many visitors trip to these Saharan like sand dunes located near to the beaches of Mui Ne’s .