Tourism in Vietnam: where to go?

 Vietnam – is an amazing country with a rich history, but it have got on the top of tourist market relatively recent. Many travelers do not even know what “treasures” Republic of Vietnam conceals.
Nha Trang
Nha Trang – is the most famous and popular resort in Vietnam among tourists all over the world. The city is located on the south of the country and represents an ideal place for travelers of all ages, incomes and preferences. It’s kinda resort set: there are white beaches with clear water, stylish modern hotels and various entertainments and pleasures. However, there is a couple of nuances: in winter there is a cool and rainy weather and also there are pretty much people – about 500 000 inhabitants live and work here.Image result for nha trang
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Phu Quoc Island
The complete opposition for Nha Trang is Phu Quoc Island. Here you won’t see crowds of curious tourists and hear a car noise. The azure waters of the Gulf of Siam, crystal clear beaches and lush green gardens – all these you can enjoy on the southern island of Vietnam. Nevertheless, for the peace and quietness you will have to pay with the lack of infrastructure and variety of entertainments – only the sea, a beach and a seafood.Похожее изображение
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Da Nang
An unique resort city of Da Nang has absorbed all the best from the first two variants and will be ideal option for any tourist. A kind of hybrid of a colorful urban life and provincial tranquility. Here you can have a fun, visiting numerous clubs and bars, and spent time in cultural way, going on a couple of excursions, and of course, relax on the coast – no wonder Forbes has determined Da Nang beaches in the top 10 in the world.dn-2-1024x681
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