Friday, December 17, 2021

New check-in points on Vietnam tourist map 2021

Vietnam's tourism is heavily affected by Covid-19 in 2021, but there are still many new tourist attractions discovered.

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With many miniatures with images of Mongolia, Bali, Dubai... Lee' Hilside picnic photographic area in Buon Ma Thuot is currently an attractive check-in point for young people. Here, visitors can rent a variety of costumes and take pictures with camels. In addition to shooting spots with camels, sandy beaches, nomadic tents, there are miniatures simulated like the American west with gas stations, dry grasslands, cactus gardens, old trucks... Photo : Uyen Dam

Chom Nui lake located in Nam Son commune, Soc Son district, Hanoi is a new destination for tourists who love camping due to its large grounds and beautiful scenery. September to November is a suitable time to camp here when the lake water does not dry up. Most Hanoians when camping in the suburbs will only know Ham Lon and Dong Do lakes because these sites have many services available. Camping at Chom Nui lake, you will have to prepare everything yourself, from tents to support tools, food and water. Photo: Bui Quang Thuy

Trieu Lang Beach is located about 20 km from Dong Ha City, Quang Tri, with flat, beautiful sand and shallow water. Trieu Lang attracts tourists with its smooth white sand and clear blue sea. It is an ideal camping site for those who want to temporarily get away from the hustle and bustle of the city, return to the sea to relax with the sound of waves and bury their feet into fine sand. This beach became known as the new check-in point after a local resident posted pictures on tour groups this summer. Photo: Tran Minh Hieu

Nghinh Phong twin towers are more than 25 m high located in Tuy Hoa city, Phu Yen province. The tower is shaped like Ghenh Da Dia, the core is reinforced concrete, the outside is covered with granite. Inspired by the legend of "The Dragon and the Fairy", the two towers with different heights represent Lac Long Quan and Au Co. At the foot of each tower are 50 stone blocks stacked on top of each other, considered as "hundreds of eggs" that must be separated from each other to follow their parents up the forest, and to the sea. Between the two towers is a slit with images of the land of "yellow flowers on green grass". The special thing of Nghinh Phong tower is that the space between the two towers is only enough for two people to stand, every time the wind blows through the gap, it will create a sound like music from nature. At night, this place is illuminated with Bobine Tesia technology, 3D mapping and high intensity lasers to create a colorful light dance. Photo: Dong Ngo

Santorini Villa Studio & Cafe is located at 507 Hung Vuong Avenue, Cam Nghia Ward, Cam Ranh City, about 42 km south of Nha Trang City. The resort campus is designed as the name Santorini - a famous tourist island in Greece with houses located close together painted in only two colors blue and white. This place also grows many species of hot plants such as bougainvillea, cactus... reminiscent of the Mediterranean island. Thanks to the new context, combined with the summer sunshine of the sea and the whole view of Dai beach, this place is suitable for tourists to relax, take a rest and create virtual living angles like in Greece. Photo: Santorini Villa

The Korean Wall at Lane 67 To Ngoc Van, Tay Ho District, Hanoi causes a fever among young people in the capital in the summer. In fact, this is the wall and entrance of Ragacy cafe. The wall is built of stone, the top has yin and yang tile roofs and wooden doors that make many people think of a street corner in the land of kimchi.
The sinkhole is located about 3 km from Meo Vac town, hidden on a pine hill of Tia Chi Dua village, Giang Chu Phin commune, Ha Giang province. This is a new place discovered by "local traveler", becoming a place to attract adventurous tourists. Local people do not know when the sinkhole formed, but they often go down to the hole to get grass to feed the cows. The vegetation below the hole is diverse, with many ferns that make visitors feel like they are traveling through space, discovering prehistoric times. The sky emerging from the crater is as beautiful as the footage. The majestic beauty and impressive image of the sinkhole has made the tourist community, in addition to the name "Meo Vac sinkhole", also give this place the name "Death Hole", "Ha Giang Sky Well"... Photo: Giap Van Hai

The stone beach in Ialy town, Chu Pah district, Gia Lai province has hundreds of stone pillars in the shape of a hexagon, arranged closely together. Seen from above, this place looks like a giant stone "honeycomb". Some visitors also call this new check-in point Da Dia stream because this place is shaped like Ghenh Da Dia, a special national monument in Tuy An district, Phu Yen province. Photo: Nguyen Thi Bich Van

Cheese coffee shop located on Dinh Tien Hoang Street, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City is a favorite destination of many young people in the days when the city returned to normal life after the restrictions because of the pandemic. The shop is designed in French style, the highlight is the black tone from the wall paint, the dome, the glass door border, the decorative lights, the railing... The name of the restaurant, the address is highlighted in prominent copper color, attract many young people to buy water and wait to take pictures outside. Photo: Facebook Dinh Loc

The anonymous ancient persimmon tree in Ninh Xuan commune, Hoa Lu district, Ninh Binh province suddenly attracted visitors when many people likened it to a scene in a Korean historical movie. The fruit-laden persimmon tree leaning next to a jar of water, the old wooden gate, the mossy wall make visitors feel like they are traveling to the past. However, the fact that many tourists wear Korean clothes when checking in here has caused controversy with two sides of opinions: "should wear Vietnamese antique clothes instead of Korean clothes" and "you can wear anything, as long as you don't wear it, as long as that person feel good."

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