The most ideal places to camp overnight in Vietnam

Culture Trip has suggested some of the most ideal places in Vietnam to allow visitors to camp overnight. If you are planning an "escape", you can refer to the following points. 
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Located in northeastern Vietnam, Mu Cang Chai (Yen Bai) is a great place for you to immerse yourself in the majestic, picturesque nature. This place attracts tourists with terraced fields stretching along small villages with bold national identity. According to Culture Trip, the best time to camp here is between September and November. At that time, the terraced fields turned golden and triangular flowers blooming. You can camp anywhere but inform the local authorities in advance. Photo: God of rain.
Arriving in Ta Xua (Son La), visitors will be overwhelmed by the magnificent scenery with the sea of clouds from the Wind Peak. Piumi Rajapaksha, reporter Culture Trip, said: "To get up there, you have to go through a path like a dinosaur backbone. If you fall out, you will fall into a deep pool." The best weather for camping is from October to April. Photo: Shutterstock.
Leaving Ta Xua with a road that makes visitors "drop their hearts", Suoi Vang (Lam Dong) will make you ecstatic when owning the poetic beauty. With cool weather all year round, this place is ideal for setting up camps in the evening. White clouds, floating here will make you feel like you are lost in fairyland. Remember to bring a thin coat and blanket to avoid the bone-chilling at night. Photo: Shutterstock.

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30 km from Quy Nhon City (Binh Dinh), Trung Luong picnic area is an ideal place for you to set up camp. With golden sand scenery, busy waves, you will see peace when you wake up. Guests can buy fresh meats or marinated seafood for a barbecue on the beach. In high season, this place is very crowded. Therefore, you should book in advance. Photo: Shutterstock.
Cu Lao Xanh (Binh Dinh) is considered as a "hidden gem" between unspoiled nature. It attracts tourists by the turquoise water and green trees. Scuba diving, swimming, barbecuing on the sand or sunbathing are activities you can take part in when camping here. You should not come here in July and August because there are often storms. Photo: Shutterstock.
280 km from Ho Chi Minh City, Ta Dung Lake (Dak Nong) is likened to "Ha Long Bay of the Central Highlands". Here, you can sail to a small island in the middle of the vast lake to camp. If you like to enjoy the rustic feeling, bring your fishing rod to prepare a dinner filled with grilled fish. Photo: Nhat Nam.
Nam Cat Tien National Park stretches over 3 provinces of Dong Nai, Lam Dong and Binh Phuoc. From Ho Chi Minh City, tourists often come here by motorbike or bus. It is protected by local authorities so you can be assured of safety. Early December to May is the dry season in the South and you will not have to worry about the sudden rains. Before planning to spend the night here, you should contact the authorities. Photo: Flickr.

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