Explore The Largest Cave In The World
A cave so large it’s home to its own rainforest? You can’t leave Vietnam without a trip to Son Doong as it really is a trip like no other in the world.
Board The Reunification Express
Sure, the Reunification Express isn’t the fastest mode of travel, but it’s an incredible way to see the landmarks and landscapes dotted around Vietnam. Passengers get to enjoy 35 hours of scenery as they travel over 1,000 miles in style.
Take In The Full Moon Lantern Festival
Hoi An is full of plenty of photo opportunities, but it’s hard to beat the Full Moon Lantern Festival. It takes place once a month and sees the entire city shut down. The lights are all switched off, giving the perfect backdrop for thousands of lit lanterns.
Tour Halong Bay From Above
One trip to Halong Bay is usually enough to prove why it’s considered one of Vietnam’s most breathtaking sights. Taking it in from above gives a new way to view the wildlife, hidden caves, and the thousands of islands.
Go Beach Hopping
There are so many beaches found around Vietnam, including the illusive Pearl Island. That is if powder-soft sand and crystal clear water sound up your alley. Just be sure to schedule in enough time to enjoy many of the beaches the country has to offer.
If you want to get the most from your travels, then you can’t leave Vietnam without doing these things. Of course, there is so much to see and do here that you may find yourself returning time and time again.