In the spring, Tam Coc embodies a vast green color of rice fields along the two sides of the river, creating a poetic and majestic setting. Take a boat ride on the poetic Ngo Dong river, through the limestone mountains, you can see the charming rice fields on both sides. Enjoy cycling or ox ride to peek into the rural way of living.
Lan Ha Bay itself is more beautiful and less touristy than Halong Bay. The Lan Ha Bay is at the southern end of Halong Bay – well away from the boat crush to the north. It has the same karst limestone outcrops and in addition, it even has white sandy beaches and more islands. Here you can do kayaking, enjoy a bamboo boat ride into Bright Cave, swimming, trekking and cycling to visit Viet Hai village which was absolutely secluded from the outside world ...
Ban Gioc Waterfall is the largest and most beautiful waterfall in Vietnam. Water crashes down 70 meters over 3 levels and stretches over 208 meters wide. It is located on the Quay Son River, the Vietnam China border. This is in the far northeast of Vietnam in the largely rural province of Cao Bang. Though it is far from Hanoi but it's definitely worth to visit.
Mu Cang Chai district in Yen Bai province - 314 km northwest of Hanoi, is particularly beautiful with terraced rice fields winding around mountain sides. Covering more than 3,500 ha, the terraced rice fields are attractive tourist destinations. Mu Cang Chai features the most stunning rice terraces in Vietnam and was also named among top 10 most beautiful terraced fields in the world.
The floating markets in Mekong Delta Vietnam have been existing for over 100 years, but its origin and operation remain a heated debate. It is the convergence of hundreds of thousands of large and small boats from many places to trade and exchange agricultural products, fruits, goods, and food creating a community economy on the river. The floating markets are now a charming aspect of the local culture and one of the captivating experiences in Mekong Delta.