Posted By : Threeland Travel / Vietnam Travel Guide
Travel in Vietnam, you will be amazed at breathtaking Vietnam landscapes. Vietnam - the S-shaped country known as the "golden forest and silver sea" has a wonderful coastline, majestic mountains, green jungle, fresh tropical fruits and friendly locals.
Vietnam landscapes will create a perfect vacation including kayaking or strolling through handicraft markets, visiting ancient temples…
You are planning to enjoy the beautiful Vietnam landscapes but do not know where to go, refer to the list of the most beautiful landscapes in Vietnam honored by the world.
1. Sapa - majestic Vietnam landscape famous for the highest mountain in Indochina peninsula.
Sapa is a town in the northwest of Lao Cai province not far from the Chinese border. Given tourists, Sapa is known for its image of an ancient city filled with mist and picturesque terraced walks. Sa Pa appeals to visitors by the wild natural landscape, the forests of peach blossoms and plum blossoms, or the golden ripe rice season.
Where to go in Sapa?
Fansipan Peak: Fansipan Peak is a tourist symbol of the Vietnam landscape and a tourist destination you cannot miss when coming to Sapa, located at an altitude of 3143m above sea level. Fansipan peak is known as the Roof of Indochina. Although it is only 9 km from Sapa town to the southwest, it takes about 6 to 7 days to conquer this mountain if you walk or climb the mountain. If you are not an adventurous person, you can use the cable car system. On the way to the top of the mountain, visitors will discover the fascinating flora and fauna of the Hoang Lien range.
Far about 9 km from Sapa town to the west, Fansipan Mountain is the highest mountain in Vietnam and Indochina peninsula
Ham Rong Mountain: Located in the center of Sapa town, Ham Rong mountain is an attractive trekking destination in the central area. From the foot of the mountain, you walk to the top of the mountain, on the way you will encounter lots of beautiful flowers, especially peach blossoms. When going to the top of the mountain, you will see the panoramic view of Sapa town which is spectacular.
Sapa Ancient Church: Located in the center of Sapa is an ancient, beautiful, and mysterious monastery built by the French at the end of the 18th century.
Cat Cat village: Only about 15 minutes walk from the center of Sapa town, Cat Cat village is an old village of the Mong people. It also preserves many traditional handicrafts such as growing cotton, linen, and weaving cloth. Currently, this place has been built into the Cat Cat tourist area and is planted with many flowers to attract tourists, famous for being the rose garden, the yellow rape flower garden.
Vietnam landscapes are associated with terraced fields stretching to the horizon
Ta Phin village: This place has beautiful natural scenery typical of the Vietnam landscape, cultural features imbued with the national identity of the Red Dao people with brocade craft. Coming to Ta Phin village, you can visit the nearby Ta Phin cave. In the cave, there are many interesting stalactites shaped like dancing fairies, sitting fairies, distant fields, forests...
2. Ha Long Bay (Quang Ninh) - Beautiful landscape in Vietnam recognized by UNESCO as a natural heritage of the world
Ha Long Bay is one of Vietnam's landscapes recognized by UNESCO. It is known for its emerald waters, hundreds of limestone islets, and countless giant caves.
Ha Long Bay is one of the most famous Vietnam landscapes
Halong Bay stands out with its beautiful system of rocky islets and caves. The islet in Ha Long has two forms: limestone islet and schist islet, concentrated in two main areas, the southeast of Bai Tu Long Bay and the southwest of Ha Long Bay. This is the oldest image of the terrain with geological tectonic age from 250 to 280 million years, resulting from lifting and lowering many times from the continent to the sea basin. The process of Carxto erosion and weathering almost completely creates a unique Ha Long in the world.
Hundreds of rocky islets, each with a very different vivid shape: Human Head islet (Hon Dau Nguoi), Dragon islet (Hon Rong), Sail Islet (Hon Canh Buom), .... Hidden in the heart of these rocky islets are beautiful caves associated with many magical legends such as Thien Cung cave, Dau Go cave, Sung Sot cave, Trinh Nu cave, Tam Cung cave....
The best way to explore is to join Ha Long Bay Cruises and to get to Halong City is by car, minibus, or bus from Hanoi which is only 170 km away. If budget is not a problem, an hour-long helicopter transfer is also available.
3. Hanoi - Vietnam's landscape is ancient, preserving its ancient architectural styles of many feudal dynasties
Hanoi - the capital of a thousand years of civilization is always the pride of Vietnamese and a place where everyone wishes to visit once to admire, learn and discover the historical relics of the natural landscape. Despite experiencing many ups and downs in history today, Hanoi has risen to strong development. However, it is still not difficult to find the rustic images of an "ancient Hanoi". Traveling to Hanoi, walk in the lively, bustling old quarters, bustling with buyers and sellers mixed with the sound of traffic and chatter to feel an ancient Hanoi.
The most famous Vietnam landscapes cannot be missed when visiting the capital Hanoi.
Hoan Kiem Lake also known as Gươm Lake (Sword Lake) is a freshwater lake, measuring some 12 ha in the center of Hanoi, likened to the heart of the capital. On a small green lawn in the middle of the lake is the majestic and ancient Turtle Tower shimmering on the lake surface. Around the lake, there are many activities, cultural events, fireworks, and vibrant art performances.
Hoan Kiem Lake
Imperial Citadel of Thang Long is a world cultural heritage associated with the history of Thang Long - Hanoi under the Ly, Tran, Le, and Nguyen dynasties. This is a massive architectural work and carries many important historical and archaeological values.
Ho Chi Minh mausoleum - The eternal resting place of Vietnam's great leader is covered in the space of verdant gardens of four seasons.
Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum
4. Ninh Binh
The landscape of Ninh Binh is a combination of rivers, caves, culture, and history. Ninh Binh used to be the capital of Vietnam in the 10th century, which has many majestic, charming landscapes, and diversity in flora and fauna, so it has become the destination of choice for tourists.
3 magnificent landscapes in Ninh Binh that must-visit:
Trang An Landscape Complex: Trang An is one of the most outstanding landscapes in Vietnam. The panorama of Trang An is a magnificent mountainous region with small streams winding through limestone mountains, fanciful caves, wild and mysterious valleys. This place inherits the beauty of both the landscape and the unique cultural and spiritual space associated with the nation's history. Trang An Ninh Binh has been recognized by Unesco as a natural heritage and a world cultural heritage thanks to beautiful unspoiled natural scenery.
Trang An Landscape Complex
Mua Cave: Mua Cave is located at the foot of Mua Mountain, from the foot of the mountain, you can clearly see the stairs extending to the top of the mountain, looking like a miniature Great Wall. Up to the top of Mua mountain, you will be able to see the view of ripe rice fields, boats on the river.
Contemplate majestic Vietnam landscape in Hang Mua
Bai Dinh pagoda is the largest pagoda in Vietnam, located 15km from Ninh Binh city. This is a pilgrimage destination for tourists who have the heart to worship. The scenery of the Bai Dinh pagoda makes anyone feel purity and peace.
Bai Dinh Pagoda
5. Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park (Quang Binh)
Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park is a pristine natural Vietnam landscape that is extremely favored by nature because of its majestic natural formations and unique culture. Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park has long become a familiar spot for tourists when traveling to Vietnam. In 2003, the United Nations Unesco recognized Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park as a World Natural Heritage. Phong Nha-Ke Bang attracts many explorers around the world to explore thanks to stunning landscapes, majestic cave systems, mysterious underground rivers, and rare flora systems.
Phong Nha Ke Bang cave
Some Quang Binh landscapes are chosen as the main backdrop for the movie Kong: Skull Island such as Cha Noi valley, Mouse cave, … Son Doong cave is considered the largest natural cave in the world, becoming a treasure of Vietnam tourism.
Son Doong Cave
Son Doong Cave is considered a breathtaking picture with many strange shapes of stalactites. The most special thing is that there is a primeval forest in the cave. Geoscientists in the world consider Son Doong to be the most magnificent cave in the world.
6. Hoi An Ancient town (Quang Nam) - most beautiful ancient Vietnam landscape in Asia
Hoi An ancient town belongs to Hoi An tourist complex in Quang Nam province, about 30km from Da Nang city. The beautiful ancient town is like a rustic and poetic picture in the heart of the bustling city.
Hoi An Ancient town is most beautiful ancient Vietnam landscape in Asia
Hoi An is famous for its traditional and harmonious architectural beauty of houses, walls, and roads. Hoi An Ancient Town is an exceptionally well-preserved example of a South-East Asian trading port dating from the 15th to the 19th century. Its buildings and its street plan reflect the influences, both indigenous and foreign, that have combined to produce this unique heritage site. Along with many ups and downs of history, Hoi An ancient town still retains the ancient beauty of silence and moss in each tile roof, brick, tree line.
Travel to Hoi An ancient town, visitors can contemplate magnificent landscapes, feel the warmth in each dish, and the friendly and close smiles of the people.
If you want to contemplate the Vietnam landscape it is definitely not to be missed Hue- Vietnam’s former Royal Capital. Hue city is a romantic city that has many beautiful landscapes. Hue city is an outstanding demonstration of the power of the vanished Vietnamese feudal empire, including a complex of monuments, tombs, and pagodas that attract tourists coming from all over the world.
Referring to Hue, visitors will think of many ancient architectural works. The natural scenery has poetic and charming features in the relaxed and quiet space of the ancient capital. When traveling to Hue, do not forget to visit Hue Citadel, which bears an important historical mark.
Located on the peaceful Perfume River, Hue Citadel has a large area including many famous attractions: Ngo Mon Gate, Thai Hoa Palace, Dien Tho Palace... Take a boat on the Perfume River to visit the mausoleums and temples. pagodas such as Tu Duc Tomb, Khai Dinh Tomb, Thien Mu Pagoda... Visitors will feel all the beauty of Hue and Vietnam landscapes.
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