Three Adventure Cities To Visit In Vietnam

Three Adventure Cities To Visit In Vietnam

Many people spend time fantasizing about their next vacation. From weekends away to longer trips to far-flung places, going abroad is considered an incredible experience. For some, the more adventurous the better so planning a holiday with an exciting itinerary is a must.

If you are struggling to decide where you should visit next,Vietnam should be a consideration. This country is full of places to explore, rich culture, and plenty of incredible food. Here are some Vietnamese cities you need to visit.


Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam and is known for its architecture and culture, which has been inspired by Southeast Asia, China, and France. In the heart of the city is the Old Quarter where all the tradespeople have their streets according to speciality. This is a place full of chaos, and hustle and bustle which truly shows off the vibrant population.

Perhaps one of the most unique streets in the world,Train Street is an Instagrammer’s dream. Lined with cafes and coffee shops, you can enjoy a break whilst waiting for the trains to pass through. Previously shut to tourists, the street is now open to tourists but it would be worth double checking before you visit.

Showcasing traditional Vietnamese art, water puppet shows are famous internationally. Settle in and immerse yourself in a performance that will lead you through the life of farmers, dragon dancing, or historical legends.

Hoi An

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One attraction of adventure vacations is the chance to do something different from your everyday life. Hoi An sits in the middle of a popular cycling route between Hué and Nha Trang. Along this route, you will be treated to small, countryside roads, rugged outcrops, and picturesque rice paddies.

Every month, visitors to Hoi An are treated to a stunning lantern display to celebrate the full moon. If you are visiting around February you will be able to experience the biggest celebration of all as that is when the lunar new year falls.


Perhaps one of the lesser-known Vietnamese cities is Dalat which is situated in Vietnam’s Central Highlands. The area is full of natural beauty so nature-lovers should add it to their bucket list.

Elephant Falls was named after a rock formation that looked like an elephant’s head. A 45-minute bus ride away, the waterfalls are a beautiful example of a multi-tiered waterfall. Due to their more remote location, the falls are pretty quiet during the week but they can get busier (and cost more to enter) when there is an annual festivity.

A trip to Vietnam would not be complete without a visit to a pagoda. Dalat houses one of the most impressive as it is home to the tallest bell tower in the country. Linh Phuoc Pagoda is a 20-minute drive from the city center and is known by locals as Bottle Pagoda due to its having a 49-meter-long dragon statue made of recycled beer bottles. The bell tower itself is 37 meters high and visitors have the opportunity to write a small note and stick it to the bell before ringing it three times to ensure Buddha receives it.

Steffy Alen

Steffy Alen