6. Pan Cut
Pan Cut is an important fishing area in Vietnam. In recent years, the area around Pan Cut is classified as a resort. From Ho Chi Minh to the tranquil and peaceful Pan Cut summer break, which takes only about 4 hours, this is a distinct departure from the bustling city's modern life which bring us the feeling of peaceful and cheerful. Ten years ago, it was a small fishing village along the coast. Nowadays, many international standard hotels, various water sports, and a modern golf course. This is a best place for your vacation.
7. Mui Ne
Once a small fishing village of Mui Ne, now is Vietnam's famous seaside resort. Long coastline, lively fishing village and relaxing surf is exactly what everyone is looking forward to. In Mui Ne, fresh seafood can be eaten daily in fresh from the sea, beautiful sunsets and exciting sea entertainment can be enjoyed, while low prices make it easier for Mui Ne than any other place to make a budget vacation dream.
8. Hoi An City
As early as the 17th century, Hoi An has become an important commercial port in Southeast Asia with Malacca as well as being the first Chinatown in Vietnam. In addition, Hoi An as an ancient trading port of Southeast Asia, at that time out of the demand for trade exchanges, China, Japan, Nan yang, and even European businessmen often go to the Hoi An, and some even later moved to there. Presumably it is precisely because of the preservation of a complete multiculturalism that has made the United Nations included in the World Heritage List here.
9. The Ha Long Bay
Ha Long Bay is known as "Guilin at Sea", the beautiful scenery of the famous landscape, many islands are located in the green bay, landscapes connected side to side with beautiful ecological landscape which can easily surprise you with these marvels breathtaking view. The French call it "Garden of Eden." Halong Bay for sightseeing cruises, waves in the sea, savor the beautiful island scenery, it is an enjoyment.
10. Phu Quoc Island
Phu Quoc Island is located in Vietnam's Kien Giang, an area approximately equal to Singapore's population of about 75,000. Here you can enjoy the sea breeze lying on the beach, fishing along with fishermen, snorkeling, swimming or exploring the virgin forest. Phu Quoc Island also produces a well-known fish sauce in Vietnam, if you prefer to enjoy Southeast Asian food, the popular fish sauce here can not be missed! The island also produces coal jade, anthracite, wood, pepper, cocoa, coffee, areca and coconut, dried coconut and tortoiseshell.