Vietnam Bucket-list
Every traveler has a wish list of the places to travel, dishes to eat, experiences to live in every destination. This Vietnam bucket-list has something for all kinds of travelers to explore.
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City Vibe 

Old Quarter, Hanoi
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One can never get bored of this area in Hanoi. Quite a wide-spread area with many things to explore, best on foot. A tourist favorite, from Street-side flavor bombs to souvenir shopping to just hanging around the Hoam Kiem lake or taking a walk around the Old Quarter, shopping for the cheap but beautiful crockery to experiencing good coffee and food while taking-in the city vibe, this part of Hanoi has a lot to offer.
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French Quarter, Hanoi
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French quarter in Hanoi is the more quiet side of the city. Long walks, many parks where some people unwind by exercising and some find peace in dancing by the Hoan Kiem lake on the French side. From luxury brands of skincare, accessories and apparels to an ice-cream den where its all about ice-creams.
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Da Nang
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Da Nang - central in Vietnam, is a must visit for many tourists seeking a beach and water sports within a city life. From quaint little boutique hotels to premier hotel chains, from street side fresh sea food to premium dine-in experiences, from the beach of My Khe (the most picturesque) to the hills at Ba Na, this city of Vietnam has something for all.
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Living the Nature 

Ninh Bình
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Only 2-2.5 hours away from Hanoi, Ninh Binh is a great place for all nature-lovers travelling in Vietnam. Best becoming knows it being shot in Skull Island. Trang An has gained immense popularity. Its near by destination Tam Coc, though not as popular, also has many tourists flocking to enjoy boat rides amidst the nature. From enjoying the scenery to experiencing the caves to just unwinding and relaxing solo, as a couple or even in a group. Ninh Binh has a charm that makes sure people revisit.
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PHONG NHA KẺ BÀNG
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A UNESCO World heritage site, you can plan visiting and living in a village near Phong Nha Ke-Bang National Park and experiencing the world's biggest cave Son Doong. You can plan an expedition with professionals that could be for roughly 4 days. Apart from Son Doong, Phong Nha Ke-Bang National Park boasts of 104 caves and many other activities in the Phong Nha region. Tip: Avoid visiting during the rainy season as many caves aren't accessible.
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Charming Town

Sa Pa
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Home to diverse hill tribes, green rice fields, the highest mountain in Vietnam and popular for its tourist attraction - Fansipan, Sa Pa (around 6-7 hours away from Hanoi) has a lot to offer. From peaceful scooter and bike rides across this town as a solo-traveler or with company, this place makes you fall in love with it. Stay a night with at the home of a local tribe and enjoy the flavors their dishes offer.
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Hội An
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A city known for its well-preserved Ancient Town. From just relaxing in this charming town, to shopping in its famous Night-Market (only on weekends) to making your taste buds happy by tasting Anthony Bourdain's Vietnam's best Bahn Mi from Bahn Mi Phuong and not only getting yourself some nice, classy attires stitched within 24 hours but also pair of beautiful leather or suede shoes too. Have fun in coconut village as you enjoy a boat ride in a basket shaped boat and then savor the flavors of local food at some popular restaurants. There's this and much more that little town, 1 hour away from the beach city, Da Nang, has to offer. A must visit for many.
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Vietnam Bucket-list
Every traveler has a wish list of the places to travel, dishes to eat, experiences to live in every destination. This Vietnam bucket-list has something for all kinds of travelers to explore.
7 Places • 1 Save • ago
Free

City Vibe 

Old Quarter, Hanoi
@noopurkaul
One can never get bored of this area in Hanoi. Quite a wide-spread area with many things to explore, best on foot. A tourist favorite, from Street-side flavor bombs to souvenir shopping to just hanging around the Hoam Kiem lake or taking a walk around the Old Quarter, shopping for the cheap but beautiful crockery to experiencing good coffee and food while taking-in the city vibe, this part of Hanoi has a lot to offer.
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French Quarter, Hanoi
@noopurkaul
French quarter in Hanoi is the more quiet side of the city. Long walks, many parks where some people unwind by exercising and some find peace in dancing by the Hoan Kiem lake on the French side. From luxury brands of skincare, accessories and apparels to an ice-cream den where its all about ice-creams.
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Da Nang
@noopurkaul
Da Nang - central in Vietnam, is a must visit for many tourists seeking a beach and water sports within a city life. From quaint little boutique hotels to premier hotel chains, from street side fresh sea food to premium dine-in experiences, from the beach of My Khe (the most picturesque) to the hills at Ba Na, this city of Vietnam has something for all.
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Living the Nature 

Ninh Bình
@noopurkaul
Only 2-2.5 hours away from Hanoi, Ninh Binh is a great place for all nature-lovers travelling in Vietnam. Best becoming knows it being shot in Skull Island. Trang An has gained immense popularity. Its near by destination Tam Coc, though not as popular, also has many tourists flocking to enjoy boat rides amidst the nature. From enjoying the scenery to experiencing the caves to just unwinding and relaxing solo, as a couple or even in a group. Ninh Binh has a charm that makes sure people revisit.
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PHONG NHA KẺ BÀNG
@noopurkaul
A UNESCO World heritage site, you can plan visiting and living in a village near Phong Nha Ke-Bang National Park and experiencing the world's biggest cave Son Doong. You can plan an expedition with professionals that could be for roughly 4 days. Apart from Son Doong, Phong Nha Ke-Bang National Park boasts of 104 caves and many other activities in the Phong Nha region. Tip: Avoid visiting during the rainy season as many caves aren't accessible.
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Charming Town

Sa Pa
@noopurkaul
Home to diverse hill tribes, green rice fields, the highest mountain in Vietnam and popular for its tourist attraction - Fansipan, Sa Pa (around 6-7 hours away from Hanoi) has a lot to offer. From peaceful scooter and bike rides across this town as a solo-traveler or with company, this place makes you fall in love with it. Stay a night with at the home of a local tribe and enjoy the flavors their dishes offer.
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Hội An
@noopurkaul
A city known for its well-preserved Ancient Town. From just relaxing in this charming town, to shopping in its famous Night-Market (only on weekends) to making your taste buds happy by tasting Anthony Bourdain's Vietnam's best Bahn Mi from Bahn Mi Phuong and not only getting yourself some nice, classy attires stitched within 24 hours but also pair of beautiful leather or suede shoes too. Have fun in coconut village as you enjoy a boat ride in a basket shaped boat and then savor the flavors of local food at some popular restaurants. There's this and much more that little town, 1 hour away from the beach city, Da Nang, has to offer. A must visit for many.
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CURATED BY
An avid foodie, a travel lover, a meticulous planner. I have been travelling within my country, India, since I was a child and well-versed with the Northern and Western regions of my country. Now, on a simple agenda, exploring destinations abroad and discovering much more on the home turf - not only the culture but the food. Hoping to curate culinary guides for each country, city I visit as well as the country I reside in. Look forward to hearing from you all.
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