Visitors can enjoy their holidays at Vietnam’s western provinces or visit quieter destinations such as Gia Lai, Can Tho, Thua Thien Hue during the forthcoming National Day (September 2).
The ancient city of Hue in Thua Thien Hue province is a popular destination among visitors due the former capital’s famous historic relics. The area has a number of secrets for visitors to explore such as the tombs of Khai Dinh, Minh Mang Kings, and An Dinh Palace. In addition, guests can discover the lagoons of Lap An and Tam Giang, or Bach Ma National Park.
Bun Bo Hue, a type of beef soup accompanied by vermicelli noodles, is one of the many delicious foods on offer for guests when visiting Hue city
When visiting the central highlands province of Gia Lai, tourists can explore the unspoiled beauty of the forest and mountains. Through travel, guests can gain insights into the unique cultural characteristics and cuisine of ethnic minority groups there. In addition, visitors can visit the first tea plantations owned by the French, discover untouched waterfalls, T’Nung lake, the Bien Ho tea hills, Buu Minh pagoda, the paddy fields of Ngo Son, and Chu Dang Ya volcano
Grilled chicken served with sticky rice steamed in a bamboo tube is one of the most popular specialties of the central highlands province of Gia Lai.
The Mekong Delta city of Can Tho is a fun destination for visitors with floating markets, ancient pagodas, and delicious local food.
Visitors are able to take a boat trip to the islet of Con Son to take part in exciting activities such as visiting orchards and learning how to make cakes.
The Mekong Delta province of An Giang is popular among tourists thanks to destinations such as Tra Su indigo forest, Ta Pa lake, O Thum lagoon, Tay An pagoda, and Ba Chua temple located in Nui Sam mountain.