10 Experiences That Lead Foreign Tourists To Vietnam

Vietnam is an attractive and friendly destination for foreign tourists and is growing strongly thanks to famous street food and spectacular scenery. It’s never too late to set your foot in Vietnam so while you are at it, browse through all the interesting tours at our website Sapa Tours right away!

Tam Coc


Tam Coc is one of the places appearing in the blockbuster movie “Skull Island”. It is so comfortable to sit on a small boat floating on the river meandering through the peaceful rice fields and enjoy the sound of water tapping on the sides of the boat.

Hoi An

Hoi An Riverfront

The beauty of Hoi An helps it earn the title “Venice of Vietnam”. Every moment in this city paints a brilliant picture of Vietnamese culture. From early morning, when locals start trading until the late afternoon, when tourists come to the river to drink and watch the sunset, or in the evening the colorful lanterns make the city glow; it all passed slowly and peacefully.

An Bang Beach


Hoi An is honored by the tranquility of old houses and various constructions creating a picture of architectural development throughout the centuries. However, the old town also has natural beauty, like An Bang beach. The tranquility and serenity makes this place a meditation experience, allowing visitors to escape the vibrant tourist atmosphere in the city.

Discover the ethnic traditions in Ha Giang


Instead of crowding with tourists in Sapa, take a visit to Ha Giang! Nothing beats the thrill of driving along a narrow road and passing spectacular slopes and valleys. Ha Giang’s culture begins from a well-preserved tribal culture, fortunately not been affected by the modern development.

Challenge yourself with a motorbike tour in the city


If you plan to travel to Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City, why not hop on a motorbike and get lost in the traffic of the city center. While it may sound risky, driving around the city can allow you to engage in fast-paced local daily life.

Eat bun cha like Obama


Vietnamese street food has all types of flavors, from Vietnamese pho bo (beef noodle soup) to banh mi (bread), popular dishes that have appeared around the world. Recently bun cha (grilled pork on charcoal with rice noodles and special sauces) has become famous, because former President Obama once ate it during a visit to Hanoi.

Wander in Hanoi Old Quarter


With 100 years of being a French colony, Hanoi’s architecture has a unique European look, and this can be especially seen in the Old Quarter.

Visit the historic tunnels


If you want to learn more about Vietnamese history, the Cu Chi Tunnels is a place not to be missed. This vast network of underground tunnels not only served as a hiding point, but also for communicating and relaying messages, making archives, and even a field hospital for soldiers during the war period.

Visit the Mekong Delta


Take a boat through Cai Rang floating market and you will see dozens of merchant ships and stilt houses on the banks of the river. Weaving through the main towns to smaller farm areas, you will be in a fresh and pleasant atmosphere.

Explore Da Lat – the city of eternal spring


Dalat, located in the central highlands of Vietnam, is home to over 1,000 French colonial buildings as well as various coffee plantations. It also has an impressive natural landscape with canyons and picturesque waterfalls.

What do you think about this? Does it make you exciting and want to book your ticket right away? After all, words are just words. Leave your home behind for a few days and witness the beauty of Vietnam with your own eyes! Check out our website: https://www.sapa-tours.net/ for more tour offers and best deals!

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