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From emerald mountains and mystical Ha Long Bay to pulsing cities and historic temples, Vietnam has it all. Feast on zingy street food and pick up a whole new wardrobe from cheap-as-chips tailors; visit ancient palaces and war museums; hike through vertiginous rice terraces and delve into mind-boggling biodiversity.
Staying in a homestay is one of the best things you can do on your trip to Vietnam. Not only does it give you an authentic experience, but the Vietnamese people are so happy to show you their way of life and teach you about their culture. You can also visit local temples and even head out into ethnic minority villages on a day trip.
When you want to explore a little further afield, the capital, Hanoi, offers a vibrant Old Quarter and mouthwatering food; the UNESCO World Heritage town of Hoi An is a charming riverside retreat; and in central Vietnam, the youthful, dynamic city of Da Nang and its surrounding swathes of golden beaches offer a more laid-back pace. And further south, the dazzling resort of Nha Trang and beautiful Phu Quoc Island curl up into the Gulf of Thailand. 다낭 황제투어 일정 및 예약