Vietnam’s natural wealth, such as mountains, sea, beaches, cultural tourism, history, and many more, is a magnet to attract tourists.
Here are some tourist attractions in Vietnam
Bana Hills – Danang
Da Nang is the third-largest city in Vietnam after Ho Chi Minh and Hanoi. The city is known for its clean and wide sidewalks for pedestrians.
If you’re in Da Nang, one of the great places to visit is Bana Hills, a recreation area that can be taken about 45 minutes from the city center.
To reach this place, visitors must ride the “Cable Car.” This cable car track is one of the longest and highest in the world. With a length of 5 km, you will hang over a height of 4,230 feet for about 15-20 minutes for a single trip.
The Sand Dunes
This attraction is guaranteed to give you a different experience in Vietnam. The Sand Dunes is one of the popular tourist attractions that offered the charm of the sandhills like the golden Sahara desert.
In addition to being a great vacation spot for a photo, this tourist attraction also has a food and beverage vendor area for you to relax and enjoy the exoticism of the desert.
Ben Thanh Market
For those who want to shop in Vietnam, Ben Thanh Market in Ho Chi Minh City can be a choice of vacation destinations for you and your family.
This market is one of the largest and most populous markets in Ho Chi Minh City. Here you can find a variety of products ranging from fashion and accessories to special foods and various souvenirs for your friend and family at home.
National Museum of Vietnamese History
If you want to learn more about the history of Vietnam, this tourist attraction can provide answers to your curiosity. The museum holds various historical collections from 300,000 years ago during the Vietnam revolution.
With its magnificent and luxurious building in the traditional Vietnamese style, this museum not only shows a historical look but also a charming display.
Thien Mu Pagoda
Still not enough to learn the history of the National Museum of Vietnamese History? Maybe this place could be your next vacation destination.
Thien Mu Pagoda is a Buddhist religious tourism destination. This destination has historic buildings that illustrate the journey and development of Buddhism in Vietnam.
In addition to the pagodas, in this area, you can also find other historical attractions such as the dining room of kings, and even the bridge with ancient Japanese architecture.
Jade Emperor Pagoda
As a country with a majority of Buddhists, Vietnam has much religious tourism. One of which is the Jade Emperor Pagoda that has been more than 100 years old.
Built to honor the highest Taoist deity, you will be amazed at the architecture of this temple. In this place, you can also learn more about the teachings of the Tao and Buddha from the various statues and descriptions contained in the temple.