Adjacent to one of the world’s top 10 ranking beaches, Danang is one of the country’s foremost cities. There are more than 80 local markets to explore throughout the city, including Con Market, Han Market, Moi Market and Dong Da Market. These four markets have been operating since before 1975 and are great places to find local handicrafts and souvenirs. Vincom Plaza, Indochina Riverside Towers and Parkson are all modern, air conditioned shopping malls that offer department stores, boutique-style shops, cinemas and food courts.
A true delight for all travelers, Hoi An oozes old world charm with its lantern lit streets lined by ancient buildings of Chinese, Japanese and Vietnamese influence. A fantastic culinary and boutique shopping scene also complement the cultural experience of the old quarter.
These limestone outcrops consist of a cluster of five distinctive hills once famous – as per the name – for their marble content. While the marble itself has long been carved out from the mountains, they remain an attraction because of the pagodas, shrines and cave grottos within.
Brimming with vibrant marine life and perfect turquoise beaches, the Cham islands offer prime diving and snorkeling opportunities for holidaymakers. Book a day tour for some fun in the sun on one of the coast’s most attractive attractions!
Vietnam’s most significant archaeological site. This was the capital of the former reigning Champa Kingdom and much of the temple structure and deity statues have survived the years intact. The journey out to the ruins is peppered with lush rice paddy fields and farmland, making it a scenic ride for tourists.
The former capital is host to the country’s most awe-inspiring structures – venturing to the royal tombs of bygone emperors as well as the iconic citadel come highly recommended. Hue’s imperial cuisine, winding Perfume river and pagodas also make it a romantic city to visit.