International newspaper introduces 7 most beautiful check-in routes in Vietnam
thamnguyen99 21-05-2021, 13:58
 Hai Van Pass, Ho Chi Minh Road, … are the most beautiful roads in Vietnam that travel enthusiasts should discover, recently voted and introduced by Lonely Planet (Australia) travel magazine.

If the North has adventurous but equally romantic roads, hidden among thousands of clouds, the Central region impresses with its sunny and windy sea routes. Meanwhile, the winding dirt roads between the vast rice fields are the distinct beauty of the Southwest landscape.

Each road has a different beauty to meet the diverse needs of visitors. Here are the most beautiful check-in routes in Vietnam that Lonely Planet (Australia) travel magazine suggests for travel enthusiasts to have more options for future discoveries.

Hai Van Pass

Hai Van Pass connects Thua Thien – Hue province and Da Nang city, known as “the most majestic landscape” with a length of 20km. This place was also voted by Travel + Leisure magazine as one of the 10 most beautiful roads in the world at the end of April.

According to statistics from more than 7 million hashtags on Instagram of Pentagon Motor Group (PMG), Hai Van Pass is ranked 4th in the 10 most popular and photographed routes by tourists around the world with more than 52,000 photos checked-in here.

International newspaper introduces 7 most beautiful check-in routes in Vietnam
Hai Van Pass is bordered by mountains on one side, and cliffs on the other hand falling into the East Sea, creating an impressive and magnificent scene that fascinates visitors (Photo: Getty Images).

On the journey to conquer the pass, visitors can stop to visit and explore some famous places such as Hai Van Quan, Hai Van Bac station, Cu Rua stone, Don Ca arch bridge or finally Lang sea bay. Miss.

Ha Giang Loop

The unique loop road in Ha Giang is about 350km long from the city center to Quan Ba, through Dong Van, then to Meo Vac and finally back to the city often called “Ha Giang” by foreign tourists. Loop” (rough translation: a round of Ha Giang).

Ma Pi Leng Pass is the most beautiful part of the journey to experience “Ha Giang Loop” with the rolling cat ears mountains surrounding the clear green Nho Que river, winding below.

“Phot” on the “Ha Giang Loop” road at a slow pace, visitors seem to be fully absorbed in the beautiful natural scenery of the rocky plateau (Photo: Gaile Juknyte/Getty Images).

On the journey to discover the beautiful road of the top of the country, visitors will experience many different feelings, comfortably admire the magnificent and unique scenery of the land of “flowers blooming on rocks”. In addition, the devotees can also experience a number of fascinating activities such as trekking, boating and caving.

Cao Bang – Ban Gioc

The road from the city. Cao Bang to Ban Gioc waterfall (located between Vietnam and China border) is 80km long. Visitors on this trip will admire some of North Vietnam’s most pristine grassland terrain, lush farmlands, stilt houses lining the roads and numerous crystal clear lakes.

The majestic scenery at Ban Gioc waterfall (Photo: Getty Images).

In particular, on the exciting journey, visitors also experience the feeling of “forever” when crossing the 3.5km-long Ma Phuc pass with 7 zigzag turns, extending the beautiful view to the terraced fields to the west. below or visit the vast Nguom Ngao Cave, extending several kilometers underground.

The last stop is Ban Gioc waterfall with a height of more than 30m. Watching the waterfall from the observatory or traveling on a bamboo raft, visitors can easily admire the magnificent beauty of the waterfall, which is likened to a “white silk” crossing the thousands.

Da Lat – Nha Trang

Extending 134km with about 3 hours of travel, the road connecting Da Lat city to Nha Trang will bring visitors many interesting experiences, from cool highlands to sunny and windy beaches.

Visitors experience many emotions when discovering this journey, from being immersed in the poetic mist or overwhelmed by the waterfall falling from the cliffs along the road (Photo: Khang Duong).

Participating in this trip, the devotees have to overcome many dangerous hills with sharp turns, steep cliffs and abyss up to 300m deep. But all the hard work will be rewarded when you can enjoy the majestic beauty here, inhale the fragrance from the pine trees or the farms that grow strawberries, coffee and flowers instead of rice.

Going all the way to the QL27C paved road around the hills and through small villages, visitors will arrive at the last stop of the journey, which is the beautiful Nha Trang beach and enjoy swimming and soaking in the water. emerald green.

HCMC – My Tho –

Leaving the noisy, bustling, smoky place of magnificent Saigon, the 70km trip to My Tho (Tien Giang) will bring visitors the strange relaxation, peace of the Western river region. .

The roads running through the western part of the river “attract” visitors by the charming beauty of the mountains (Image: Getty Images).

Although it does not possess a poetic or magnificent landscape like many other places, the road here is enough to make you forget all your fatigue, comfortably breathe in the fresh air or feel the slow, peaceful pace of life in the countryside.

The end of the journey is My Tho, where visitors can enjoy the famous noodle soup or explore the Sa Dec flower village (Dong Thap) not far away.

Con Son Island

Con Dao is one of the natural wonders of Vietnam, located in Ba Ria – Vung Tau province. Con Son – the largest and most populous island of this archipelago “attracts” visitors by the unspoiled road stretching about 25km.

Con Son Island brings many memorable experiences for visitors (Photo: Getty Images).

The journey starts from Dam Trau beach – the only beach in Vietnam voted by Travel + Leisure magazine as one of the 25 most beautiful beaches in the world.

The last point of the trip is Ben Dam seaport with ferries from the mainland to and from the mainland. Coming here, visitors can also participate and experience many interesting activities such as swimming, sailing, scuba diving, windsurfing, etc.

Ho Chi Minh road

From City. From Ho Chi Minh City to Hanoi, there are many modes of transportation for tourists to choose from such as bus, train, plane, etc., but traveling by motorbike on a distance of 1880km lasting about 2 weeks is an experience that attracts many believers love to move.

Ho Chi Minh Road is among the 7 most beautiful check-in roads in Vietnam voted by foreign travel magazines (Photo: Ser Borakovskyy/Shutterstock).

This journey from South to North will take visitors through the road along the Truong Son range winding around the coffee-scented villages or to the sunny and windy plateau in the Central region. On the long journey, you can stop to explore Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park (Quang Binh), home to the largest cave in the world, and Cuc Phuong (Ninh Binh) – the oldest national park in Vietnam.

At the end of the journey, visitors can immerse themselves in the bustling atmosphere in the Hanoi capital, explore the old town and enjoy famous specialties.

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According to Lonely Planet