The reasons make you fall in love with Vietnam in the first time
- The most peaceful and safe place in the world
The world is becoming a more dangerous place and there are now fewer countries in the world which can be considered truly at peace. According to the Institute for Economics and Peace, Vietnam is among only 10 countries completely free from conflict. Visiting Vietnam, you don’t need to worry about uprising or demonstration. The only thing you have to do is enjoy totally in the atmosphere and landscapes, find out more about locals
- The food
Anyone said that: “ the best way to connect people is the food” Vietnam looks like a food paradise. Vietnamese food has become more and more popular around the world. Departure from the South- the highest place to the North of Vietnam, each region have an own eating, drinking style and produce an incredible variety of ingredients, whether meats and fish, vegetables, and herbs and spices, a benefit unparalleled in neighboring cultures and cuisines. As other Asian cuisines, it’s a combination between the yin and yang, the cooling and the warming, the sweet and salty. All of that make Vietnamese food unique and you will be feeling satisfied with this as the first time.
- UNESCO World heritage sites
With rich historic sites and unique natural marvels, Vietnam is home to eight World Heritage Sites classified by the UNESCO: Halong Bay, Phong Nha Ke Bang, Hue Complex of Monuments, Hoi An Ancient Town, My Son Sanctuary, Thang Long Imperial Citade, Ho Dynasty Citadel, Trang An Landscape Comple. These landscapes attract millions of local and foreign tourists annually. Vietnam travel tours
- The convenience for travel
Vietnam is a hot spot for tourist and over the years it has become very easy to travel. The transport system especially the highway is so convenient for you to take. You can take a local or private car to travel. Besides, if you want to experience the traditional transportation, let’s take a train.
- The historical destinations
Vietnam is very famous for the wars against France and the US in the 20 century. So it’s easily understand Vietnam has such a rich and deep history and the historical destinations attract a lot of visitors both the locals and foreigners. A visit to Hoa Lo prison will give you a deep understanding of what happen in these wars, how political prisoners were treated by series of evil tortures. Not only is Vietnam famous for the wars, but also its long-standing history. We will pay a visit to a 1000- year- old university in Vietnam: Temple of literature which is the symbol of eastern architecture, culture. Visiting Vietnam, I have chance to learn not only one side of the Vietnam War, but also to see it through the eyes of the Vietnamese was heart wrenching. You can visit the Prisons in Hanoi, The War Museum, Ho Chi Minh Museum, Vietnam Military Museum, Cu Chi Tunnels, all which offered a piece of history on Vietnam worth learning.
- The cultural specificities
Vietnam is a multi- nationality country with 54 ethnic groups living from the Northern to the Southern region of Vietnam. Each ethnic also has own culture and own colors as well. Visiting the South in Vietnam, you’re falling in love immediately with local culture of ethnic living here. New rice festivel of Thai ethnic, Love market of Mong are some of the most interesting and unique cultural specificities you should try when visit here. Besides, a lot of festivals in the Central and the North are waiting for you to discover.
- The great country for outdoor adventures
Vietnam has a lot of potential when it is a perfect place for adventure travelers to get involved in. Beyond the ability to go mountain trekking in the northern region of the country, travellers can also experience kite surfing, sea kayaking, rock climbing, outstanding trekking and other fun activities. Taking part in an adventure tour will give you an opportunity to visit and stay at hill tribe villages whilst also including some of the must-see attractions throughout the country.
- The unique drinking style
I have done quite a lot of city tours with tourists from different countries, which brings me the ability to answer some tough questions that even hardly do locals give though to
If you have been to Vietnam, you may be wondering why Vietnamese sit on little chairs along streets. I explained that because it is more convenient for everyone to move once the police come (it is not legal to take a seat on pavements in Vietnam). In here the higher the chairs are, the more money you have to pay. If you go in restaurants offering you high chairs, nice atmospheres, you should be ready to be charged much more than in restaurants providing you with meals on small chairs. Would you be willing to sit on the ground to have a free glass of lemon tea? Just kidding!
Besides, this is also the time to get to know a little about Vietnamese language, how to bargain and travel experience
- Friendly and kind people
Whenever someone asks me about my type of girl I would love to get married to, I say that Vietnamese women on traditional clothes are my cup of tea.
What do you think about Vietnamese women in traditional clothes ( Áo Dài).
Not only the Vietnamese women but also the Vietnamese in general is so kind and friendly. They are willing to welcome you with opened arms no matter who you are, where you come from, what color of your skin. In Vietnam, some English local tour clubs are organized to help you find out easily about the locals, culture and landscapes with no charge. That is an example to answer the question how Vietnamese people is?
1. Delicious Choices Of Different Types Of Vietnamese Coffee
Do you know this country is the second largest producer of coffee in the world? The coffee is more popular in Vietnam. People tend to have coffee in the meeting, hang out with friends and even stay alone to taste. The morning cup of Vietnamese coffee is a local habit to start an effective working day. Beside traditional coffee, with variations that make use of yoghurt, eggs and even fruit, Vietnamese coffee has developed a style of its own. Trying egg coffee in Dinh coffee located in 13 Dinh Tien Hoang street is a thing you can not miss.
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