Vietnam in the top 10 best destinations in Asia


According to The Travel, Vietnam ranks 5th and is rated as one of the most peaceful countries in the world, with youthful and dynamic vitality, many majestic and beautiful natural wonders.

Ha Long Bay (Photo: Thanh Van/TTXVN)

The Travel magazine (Canada) has listed the top 10 amazing destinations in Asia for tourists around the world to choose from and experience. Vietnam ranked 5th and is considered one of the most peaceful countries in the world. According to The Travel, Vietnam is developing with youthful and dynamic vitality. Along the S-shaped land are many magnificent and beautiful natural wonders, including the unique limestone islands in Ha Long Bay, Phong Nha cave – the first wonder of caves, located in Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, and the charming rivers in the Mekong Delta, just to name a few of the many attractive tourist destinations in Vietnam.

The Canadian travel website believes that the vast rice fields and characteristic floating markets only add to the attractiveness of this leading tourism destination in the region. Not only possessing natural beauty, Vietnam also attracts tourists with architectural works that bear the imprint of centuries-old history and culture.

In addition to Vietnam, The Travel also listed other best destinations in Asia, including Japan, Indonesia, Thailand, Laos, South Korea, the Philippines, Singapore, mainland China, and Taiwan (China).

Previously, CNN’s travel website evaluated Ha Long Bay as one of the 25 most beautiful destinations in the world. The bay in Quang Ninh province is one of the most famous natural attractions in Southeast Asia and one of the most beautiful places in Vietnam, according to CNN. This landmark was recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage site in 1994 and captivates tourists with thousands of small islands protruding from the turquoise sea and floating villages.

CNN suggested that the ideal time to visit Ha Long Bay is from March-April and from September-November because there is very little rain and the travel conditions are almost perfect.

Moreover, according to Expedia, Vietnam is one of the countries with the largest number of tourists searching for travel during the summer this year. Cities like Hanoi have a booking rate of up to 298%, Danang 439%, and Ho Chi Minh City 219%. This also shows that Vietnam will be a favorite destination for international tourists for the summer of 2023.

Source: Vietnamplus.

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