Where To Go and What To Do When Travelling To Vietnam

There are a lot of great things to see and do in Vietnam. Places to visit and food to taste. The size of Vietnam is relatively big for travel explorers like you. To help you in your quest, we have comes with some of the great places that you can do while in the country.

Visit Bai Tu Long Bay

Just a few miles away from the popular Halong Bay is Bai Tu Long Bay. Compared to Vietnam’s most famous Halong Bay where a lot of tourists visit because of its awesome turquoise waters, Bai Tu Long Bay also offers the same amazing scenery but with only a fraction of the visitors. The place offers caves and tiny beaches and without being overcrowded by hundreds of boats and people swimming.

Visit Buon Ma Thuot

Buon Ma Thuot is a beautiful place of traditional villages and thundering waterfalls. Aside from its gorgeous location, Buon Ma Thuot is also the centre of Vietnam’s thriving coffee industry. The Trung Nguyen coffee company, which is the number one distributor in the area can be seen in most of the place.

When in the city, try their famous kopi luwak or civet coffee also called ‘weasel’. Claimed by aficionados as the best coffee in the world.

Visit Hanoi

Vietnam’s most famous food is pho, which is made of clear stock, boiled beef, rice noodles and herbs or green onions. If you are up for the best pho in town, visit Hanoi, which has gained its reputation as the pho capital of the country.

Spend Less Money In These Travel Spots In Europe

Going around in Europe with not a lot of money may be a hard task for travellers, but there is still a way to get around the different great countries in Europe without spending a lot.

Take a walk along the banks of the Thames

London has some fine free attractions and one of them is just by walking along the banks of the Thames. It will not cost you any money and it is a good form of exercise too. You can start your walk at Tower Bridge and from there you will be able to take the Tower of London.

Visit the free museums on the Royal Mile, Edinburgh

Royal Mile is home to a number of great museums. If you are on a tight budget but still want to see their museums you check The Museums of Childhood, The People’s Story, and the Writers’ Museum. The entrance is free and they are top-notch museums, so everything is a win.

Visit the Vatican Museum for free

If you are going to visit Rome, schedule your tour to the Vatican on the last Sunday of the month because the Vatican Museum is free. This top attraction showcases an astonishing and extensive collection of sculptures, paintings, religious artifacts, and so on. The museum also houses Michelangelo’s Iconic Sistine Chapel.

Visit Belfast Castle

Belfast Castle may not be one of Belfast’s main attraction but that just makes it a hidden treasure. This sophisticated sandstone building is encircled by mountain trails and gorgeous grounds. The Belfast Castle is free to enter so you will be able to enjoy it the whole day.