In Vietnam, one natural wonder can hide another
daitranvan 27-10-2020, 15:39

Ha Long Bay

In Vietnam, one natural wonder can hide another
Ha Long Bay in Quang Ninh Province. Photo: VNA /CVN
As a major tourist attraction, Ha Long Bay (Quang Ninh) has the enchanting beauty of limestone peaks surrounded by blue waters. With over 2000 islands, there are many beautiful sites to explore.

A night cruise on the bay, getting up early to admire the dawn in the fog or kayaking in caves are interesting experiences at this UNESCO World Heritage site.

Phong Nha National Park - Ke Bang

Zipline in Phong Nha - Ke Bang. Photo: VNA /CVN
With its hills covered with rainforests and rivers and streams running through the ravine, Phong Nha - Ke Bang (Quang Binh) is one of Vietnam's most spectacular national parks. Going to the bottom of the caves is one of the most interesting experiences to live here.

Ziplining and kayaking in Toi Cave, admiring the splendor of Thiên Duong Cave or exploring Son Doong Cave… are among the series of different experiences for you to experience the endless beauty of nature.

Son Doong Cave

Breathtaking beauty of Son Doong Cave, considered the largest in the world.
Photo: VNA /CVN
Son Doong (Quang Binh) is known as the largest cave in the world and one of the most spectacular sites in Southeast Asia. The cave is over 5 km long, 200 m high and some places 150 m wide.

This huge cave was discovered by a local inhabitant named Ho Khanh in the early 1990s. In 2009 when British explorers and Ho Khanh returned here, Son Doong was officially confirmed as the largest cave in the world.

Phu Quôc Island

A seaside resort in the island district of Phu Quôc, province of Kiên Giang (South). Photo: VNA /CVN
Surrounded by clear blue water and white sandy beaches, Phu Quôc (Kiên Giang province) is the ideal place for tourists wishing to spend a tropical vacation.

Lonely Planet suggests that visitors enjoy a cocktail on the beach and watch the sunset. You can cycle the island's red dirt roads, which is only the size of Singapore.

Sao Beach

Sao Beach. Photo: bestprice /CVN
Just a few kilometers from the port of An Thoi, Sao Beach has captivating beauty with white sand surrounding the curving coast. This place is still one of the most popular beaches on Pearl Island, Phu Quôc.

Some seaside restaurants provide folding chairs for you to gaze out at the sea. In addition, tourists can swim or participate in exciting water sports.

Thuy Son Mountain

Aerial view of Thuy Son, the most famous mountain in Ngu Hành Son. Photo: CTV /CVN
Thuy Son is the most famous mountain in Ngu Hành Son (town of Dà Nang). There exist a number of natural caves and Buddhist temples built over the centuries with spiritual, cultural and historical values.

To get to Thuy Son Mountain, visitors can take 2 routes. The path to Tam Thai Pagoda in the southwest has 156 steps and the other east to Linh Ung Pagoda, 132 steps.

Dunes of Mui Ne

Sandy hills are the particularity of Mui Né. Photo: VNA /CVN
Mui Ne (Binh Thuân province) is famous for its giant colorful dunes. Due to the tectonics, the dunes have mixed colors such as white, yellow, pink… creating a vivid image.

The beaches with changing shapes every day and every hour become a beautiful backdrop for photo enthusiasts.

Hoàng Liên Son chain

The chain of Hoàng Liên Son was ranked by the American magazine National Geographic 7th among “the 28 most attractive destinations in the world in 2018”. Photo: VNA /CVN
The Hoàng Liên Son chain is known to international tourists as the “Tonkinese Alps”. Its majestic mountains soaring into the sky are home to Vietnam's highest peak, Fansipan.

Visitors can immerse themselves in the beauty of the winding mountain ranges with the rice terraces that descend into the valley and the villages of the H’mông, Red Dao and Giay ethnic minorities.

Ban Giôc waterfall

The Ban Giôc waterfall, in the Trùng Khanh district, plunges into a huge basin reflecting the surrounding plant exuberance. Photo: VNA /CVN
Ban Giôc (Cao Bang) is one of Vietnam's most famous waterfalls. Visitors must come here at noon when the dam is open upstream and brings a full and torrential waterfall.

You can pay a small fee to have bamboo raft owners bring you closer to the waterfall.

The Ban Giôc waterfall is like a fairy tale of nature, offered to the mountains and forests of the North.

Ba Bê National Park

Ba Bê National Park in Bac Kan Province. Photo: VNA /CVN
Ba Bê (Bac Kan) National Park is the destination for adventurous travelers with its towering limestone mountains, deep valleys and dense forests.

Waterfalls, caves and lakes combine in one destination with over 550 species of plants, hundreds of birds and animals. Visitors who explore the natural landscape of Ba Bê can take a boat, walk in the forest, or go mountain biking.

After hours of experience, you will relax in a homestay of the local Tày ethnic group.