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If you’re after a trip that really caters to your tastebuds, Vietnam holidays are the perfect place to begin. Food sits at the very heart of the country’s culture, with distinct flavours in the various regions. Make sure you try some delicious banh canh hua – a crab soup with rice noodles. If you want to experience the flora and fauna of Asia, make sure you take a trip to Cuc Phuong National Park, which also includes some amazing limestone caves to explore. If that’s not quite your thing, why not pay a visit to the amazing Hindu ruins My Son? A UNESCO World Heritage site, there’s no excuse not to spend a day at this fantastic ruined temple.

Vietnam Attractions

Essential visits on a holiday to Vietnam include a great selection of fascinating old towns and cities to be explored; head over to Hoi An for example, where visitors can enjoy an exciting range of traditional (and not so traditional) Vietnamese cuisine. The Mango Rooms in particular will offer a real treat for the taste buds.

Alternatively, culture lovers will immediately fall in love with Hanoi. This vibrant city is filled with museums and art galleries, including the Apricot Gallery and Mai Tai Gallery, both located in the charming Old Quarter. Visitors can admire striking architecture with Oriental influences in the Nha Tao area, or relax and enjoy the lively street culture of Hanoi’s French Quarter. No visit to Hanoi is complete without a trip to Art Vietnam either, a spectacular exhibition centre situated in the West Lake area.

Vietnam also offers some great attractions for those with a passion for nature, including the amazing Phong Nha Cave. This is the largest and most remarkable cave system in the country, and a must on any holiday to Vietnam.

Other attractions include the hidden lagoons and limestone ridges at Halong Bay, where visitors can take part in a number of water sports. Kayaks, white water rafts and paddleboats are all on offer. Or, for a slightly more relaxing day out, head down to Nha Trang beach. Here you can enjoy perfect golden sands, as well as a welcoming beach culture.