Prepare yourself to indulge in the rich history and culture of Vietnam. From mountain ranges, sun-kissed beaches to delicious food, there’s something exciting to enthral all leisure travellers.
When it comes to Vietnamese architecture, it’s a composition of both European and Asian style. Even though the country’s architecture was influenced by the Western style and China during the colonial era, Vietnam boasts its unique share architectural elements too. Don’t forget to bring your camera as you visit many architectural gems in Vietnam.
The delicious street food in Vietnam is a pretty good reason to start packing your bags. Street food is widely available throughout the cities, and all you need do is pull up a plastic stool sit down and await a platter of delicious food guaranteed to thrill you. Some of the favourites include spring rolls, pho noodle soup, banh mi, seafood, sticky rice and much more. If you are residing at one of the many serviced apartments in Ho Chi Minh city the likes of Somerset Vista Ho Chi Minh City, you’ll come across numerous restaurants to savour authentic Vietnamese food.
World’s best coffee
You’ll seek for more, once you’ve had your first sip! Vietnam is the world’s second largest coffee exporter and has carved a special niche within a region better known as ‘the green tea continent’. If you are exploring Da Nang, you will find many hip coffee shops within easy reach.
With its 3000 km of coastline, Vietnam is full of stunning beaches and numerous lagoons just waiting to be discovered. Crystal-clear waters, perfect spots for water sports and breathtaking sunset views make Vietnam an ideal destination for a beachgoer.
Caleb Falcon is a travel writer who specializes in writing content based on the many exciting world adventures that await intrepid travellers. Google+