A reasonable time budget, an enough touch to the country’s best sights, this 10 days tour in Vietnam will surely satisfy your eager to discover this wonderful country. From North to South, this tour offers majestic landscape, untouched culture as well as contact with local people. If our tour description isn’t enough intriguing, here is the information on places to see during 10 days tour in Vietnam. Slip through and get inspiration!
Hanoi is the capital of thousand years of civilization with ancient sites and peaceful life. If you have been to Hanoi once, you can surely not forget the typical atmosphere here, with Restored Sword Lake, West Lake, cool cafes, small streets and street vendors. Setting foot in Hanoi, you will be guided to:
Old Quarter: Highlights of Hanoi’s charming. Hanoi 36 streets with old houses and streets still retain their appearance from the 19th century. You can wander all day in the old town, explore the peaceful and simple places in Hanoi. Go to this place you can feel the beauty of the Hanoian, close and friendly.
Restored Sword Lake: Restored Sword Lake is located in the heart of the city with an ancient Turtle Tower lying on a small peninsula in the middle of the lake. Next to Hoan Kiem Lake are impressive architectural sites and valuable treasures of the city, including Pen Tower, The Huc Bridge leading to Dac Nguyet or Tran Ba…
Temple of Literature: a place of Confucius worship, and also the first university of Vietnam. Today, Temple of Literature has become a popular destination, the place of awarding merit to students who have excellent student achievement. The students before the exam often come here to pray.
Ba Dinh Square – President Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum: Once you’re visiting Hanoi, you can not miss the political center of Vietnam with the National Assembly, the Presidential Palace, the historic Ba Dinh Square where Uncle Ho read the manifesto Independence of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum is the place where his body is located and kept, open five days a week. Visitors normally follow some requirements such as dress code, do not bring self-recorded electrical equipment…
Only less than 100 km from Hanoi, Ninh Binh possesses a wealth of beautiful landscapes from natural wonders to historical sights.
Trang An: With the scenic wild nature, beautiful Trang An has been recognized as a natural heritage and world cultural heritage. The scenery here is made up of rivers flowing through the limestone outcrops, forming numerous mysterious natural caves.
Hoa Lu: Visiting to Ninh Binh we can not miss the important national historical vestige: Hoa Lu ancient capital. This is not only a place of historical value to the locals in particular but also for Vietnamese in general.
HA LONG BAY
Ha Long Bay is among the top destinations in Vietnam, the main calling card to visitors. Located in the Gulf of Tonkin, with thousands of magnificent islands, miraculous creation of Mother Nature, Ha Long Bay has been recognized by UNESCO as the World Natural Heritage. Halong is translated as ‘where the dragon descends into the sea’ and according to legend this mystical seascape was formed when a mighty mountain dragon charged towards the coast, its flailing tail cutting out valleys and chasms.
Phong Nha Ke Bang is one of the largest and most ancient tropical limestone areas in the world, covering an area of over 200,000 ha, with a system of more than 300 large and small grottoes. Phong Nha is remarkable with a survey length of nearly 8 km, mainly is underground rivers listed as the longest underground river in the world.
Visitors take a boat ride along the Son River to Phong Nha Cave. Once you’re here, you will immerse in the relaxed and pleasant atmosphere. Drift on over 600m water in the cave, visitors can enjoy the natural beauty.
Talking about Hue, what would come in mind would be palaces and ancient temples bearing the vestige of the last imperial capital of Vietnam. Everyone wants a trip to Hue to see the vivid evidence of the last feudal dynasty, the gentle nature and slow life here. Once you set your foot in Hue, discover the Imperial Citadel (Dai Noi), Tomb of Emperors, Thien Mu Pagoda, just wander around Phu Mong Village with garden houses, or just thrilling in the traditional beauty when enjoying Hue Royal Court Music.
A highlight in the central tourist line, Hoi An old town is a rustic, simple and poetic town. Whether it is day or night, Hoi An still has its own charms. In addition to cultural values which are reflected clearly through diverse architecture styles, Hoi An still preserves a large non-material cultural basis. The daily life of residents with customs, religious activities, folk arts, cultural festivals and romantic natural scenery, specialties … make Hoi An increasingly attractive. Stroll around the old town to contemplate different architect: Fujian Assembly Hall, Japanese Covered Bridge, also known as Pagoda Bridge; Quan Thang ancient house, Tan Ky ancient house, or visit Kim Bong Carpentry Village, Thanh Ha Pottery Village…
The last stop on your 10 days tour in Vietnam, My Son Sanctuary is a complex of many Champa temples in a valley about 2 km in diameter, surrounded by hills and mountains. This holy land was once a place of sacrifice and a gathering place for the tombs of the royal dynasties of the Cham dynasty. The temples almost are in the poor shape, there are only about 20 structures survive where at least 68 once stood. However, the affectionate nature of this site, which is surrounded by burbling streams, is still captivating.
Vietnam possesses an intriguing charm that you can not cover in just one visit. Our travel specialists have worked hard to design this itinerary. With the details on places to visit during 10 days tour in Vietnam, hope you can get inspired and decided Vietnam will be your next stop. Majestic natural beauty, ancient sites, exotic landscapes, and well-preserved traditional values, all are waiting you to discover!