9 experiences must be tried in Vietnam

Vietnam has many special experiences for visitors to explore, from the popular such as going by motorcycle, cyclo to exploring Son Doong cave with a great cost.
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Hai Van Pass
Vietnam owns many dangerous passes, challenging the bravery of the drivers. However, according to Culture Trip, conquering Hai Van Pass is one of the must-tried experiences of foreign tourists. Previously, Hai Van Pass also named by The Guardian in the top 10 "most beautiful coastal roads in the world". Photo: Pham Quang Tuan.

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motorcycle taxi
In Vietnam, motorcyclists are seen as a "street specialty" because for a few steps you can catch a driver waiting for customers. Culture Trip also filled the name of the "motorcycle taxi" on the special experience list of the S-shaped land. The tourist site advised visitors to negotiate the price first in order to avoid "rip off". Photo: Getty.
cyclo
If you don't like motorbikes, Culture Trip suggests travelers experience cyclo when coming to Vietnam. This type of vehicle is available in major tourist destinations like Hanoi, Hue, Da Nang, Ho Chi Minh City ... Those who are unfamiliar will feel a bit uncomfortable because it is quite bumpy. However, you will have the opportunity to have a long conversation with the "driver" of cyclo, who understand the tourist attractions as well as delicious restaurants. Photo: Getty.
Ha Long Bay
Ha Long Bay (Quang Ninh) is a popular destination with foreigners when coming to Vietnam. Visitors here can join the tour to see the bay, explore the islands and caves. However, according to Culture Trip, the most interesting experience here is kayaking. "Lying on the boat is good, but kayaking together will be much more affectionate," Culture Trip commented.

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Hoi An
Besides Ha Long Bay, Hoi An is also an equally famous coordinate when awarded the "World Heritage" title by UNESCO. Culture Trip describes the old town with the phrase "timeless beauty". When coming to Hoi An, tourists often like to walk, watching the peacefulness of the neighborhood while enjoying specialties such as bread and water. Culture Trip suggested that taking a cooking class is also a worthwhile experience for foreign guests. Photo: Shutterstock.

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Fansipan
Visitors who want to go to the Fansipan peak can use the cable car. However, Culture Trip encouraged the conquering enthusiasts to come to the top of Fansipan, the roof of Indochina, on their own feet. "There are a lot of instructions for people who want to climb Fansipan. If not a professional, you need to arrange a schedule of 2-3 days," Culture Trip said.
Train coffee village
Train coffee village in Hanoi is almost never absent of visitors. Many foreign tourists come here with the desire to experience the feeling of sitting and drinking coffee close to the running train. You can refer to the train timetable beforehand to avoid losing time but leaving with nothing. Photo: Jiang Zheng.
Can Gio mangrove forest
Arriving in Vietnam, visitors should not miss the opportunity to visit Can Gio mangrove forest. This place is like the green lung of Ho Chi Minh City, playing a role in absorbing toxic gas discharged into the environment and returning oxygen. Visitors can visit Can Gio mangrove forest on canoes or boats. The forest possesses a diverse ecosystem, promising to leave you from this surprise to another surprise. Photo: Viet Nam Forestry.
Bui Vien Street
If you need to find a place to entertain in Ho Chi Minh City, Bui Vien Street is the answer for you. Culture Trip described this place as a bustling neighborhood for tourists, especially many foreigners. Photo: Lieu Lam.

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Son Doong Cave
Son Doong Cave brings interesting experiences to visitors right from the first time they set foot here. Scientists have not yet discovered the mysteries inside the world's largest cave. Son Doong Cave with rugged terrain is not easy to reach. Tourists need to register a tour in advance and must go with an experienced team, equipped with specialized tools to avoid incidents. Photo: Simon Dunne.

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9 experiences must be tried in Vietnam 9 experiences must be tried in Vietnam Reviewed by Duy Khiêm on August 02, 2017 Rating: 5

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