Vietnam became an excellent attraction for travelers in recent years. Vietnam is blessed with natural and cultural beauty. Vietnamese lifestyle is so calm and composed which attract visitors throughout the world to encounter some mindfulness. Local Tour Guides in Vietnam are fantastic and dedicated for tourist they make you feel like a home.
For Sights: Elephant and Ostrich Rides in Dalat!
At Prenn Waterfalls, you can take ostriches and elephants for a stroll in the water. While getting up on the animals can be a little challenging, the experiences are some of the most astonishing you can ever have. Expect to get a bit wet as you traverse through the forests, creeks, and lakes. Not a wrong way to see the countryside.
For Sights: Pongour Waterfalls in Dalat
Located 40 kilometres south of Dalat, you can arrange for a tour or make your way through the steps. I recommend renting a motorbike and riding it here from the city to take in the views. There also aren’t many tourists on site, so photo ops abound. You’ll have a great time taking in nature, but do be careful of the slippery rocks!
For Sights: The Marble Mountains in Danang
Five marble mountains topped with pagodas. When the sun glistens behind them, they are stunning. Each hill is named after a different element: Tho Son (Earth), Moc Son (Wood), Hoa Son (Fire), Kim Son (Metal or Gold) and Thuy Son (Water). You will find villages at the bottom each mountain; the residents specialise in marble sculpture. The sunset views from the peaks are breathtaking.
For Eating: Bluewater Restaurant in Dalat
A local favourite that offers a mixture of Vietnamese, Chinese, and western cuisine. Enjoy an evening breeze while soaking up calming views of Xuan Hoang Lake – coffee and beer are also available. We recommend the pork ribs in fermented black bean sauce and the Hong Kong-style sampler. For an exceptionally pleasant experience, come here for breakfast and just watch the world sail by.
For Eating: Fatfish Fusion in Danang
If Danang is a changing city, then Fatfish is leading its culinary revolution. This stylish joint serves Asian fusion, wood-smoked barbecue, pizza, and craft beer. It gives Saigon’s prime eateries a severe run for their money. If you book before 9 pm on weekends, you can get a front row seat for viewing the Dragon Bridge’s fiery party trick. All dishes are fresh and made in-house.
For Eating: Nha Hang Ngon in HCMC
An idyllic mansion houses a steaming array of cooking stations blasting out some of Vietnam’s most mouth-watering flavours. The exotic, but recognisable Asian décor makes Nha Hang Ngonseem like it was plucked right out of a culinary fairy tale – one where authenticity and tradition rule. Foreigners and locals are quick to devour the Bun Cha, Pho, and Spring rolls. I recommend the grilled squid with salt & chilli, and Vietnamese pancakes with shrimp & pork.
For Nights Out: Legend Beer in Hanoi
A third story bar with a sweeping terrace that overlooks both downtown Hanoi and Hoan Kiem lake. The bar brews its drinks, with wheat beer, lager and a dark stout all available in several sizes. The food is also delicious – sample sumptuous German pork knuckles and sausages. Beer culture thrives in Vietnam.
For Nights Out: New Phuong Dong Nightclub in Danang
Live music, an electric dance floor, and a prime location at the city’s heart make Phuong Dong Danang’s premiere nightclub. Treat your ears to EDM, disco, jazz, and funk. You will find a broad cocktail selection complemented by incredible service. They won’t even let you pour your drinks here – because they do it all for you. You can book tables easily through your hotel reception.
For Nights Out: Sax n’ Art Jazz Club in HCMC
Listen to Vietnam’s best jazz while taking in smoky vibes and carefully mixed cocktails. The swanky bar is owned by Vietnam’s foremost saxophone player and offers live music every night of the week. Expect to find a vast array of visiting artists and an excellent house band, which sways between classic jazz and avant-garde experiments. Many of our readers consider this to be one of their best musical experiences in HCMC, with some even claiming to have involuntarily wept to specific tunes. Go before 21:00 if you want a good seat. You will find a cover charge of $5.00, but that fee is justified given the affordable and ample drink menu.
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