Popular Accommodations in Vietnam
Highlights in Vietnam
- UNESCO World Heritage Site Halong Bay with 1,000 offshore islands
- Cham temple town My Son from the 3rd century
- Temples and merchant houses in the old town of Hoi An
- Red sand dunes and miles of sandy beaches near the fishing village of Mui Ne
Most popular in Vietnam
Prices and availability
Vacation rentals in Vietnam
Most of the vacation rentals you will find in Vietnam are located along the coast and not far from the miles of sandy beaches. You will also find numerous apartments in the cities of the country, where you will find countless shopping opportunities. Many landlords offer their guests a breakfast in the holiday home, which often also has its own pool. You can also make use of the bike hire and shuttle services of some accommodation providers.
Holidays in Vietnam
Location and orientation
The People's Republic of Vietnam is located in Southeast Asia, bordering China in the north and Cambodia and Laos in the west. The long country is divided into different regions such as the highlands, the northern central coast, the Red River Delta and the Mekong Delta. The most important cities are the capital Hanoi, Hai Phong, Hue and Hoi An.
In Vietnam people like to travel by motorbike, which you as a tourist can also use as a means of transport.
Top 3 travel tips
At Halong Bay there are the world famous rock formations with many caves that you should definitely have seen. The caves were used as a shelter during the Vietnam War. The thousand islands in front of it belong to the UNESCO world cultural heritage and can be circumnavigated by boat. The "Dry Halong Bay" is one of the most beautiful landscapes in Vietnam.2. Visit old cities and temples
The old town of Hoi An is also on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Many centuries-old Chinese meeting and trading houses, temples and the famous Japanese Bridge await you there. Not far from Hoi An you can visit the 3rd century Cham temple town My Son.3. Admire the most beautiful dunes of the country
The small fishing village of Mui Ne in the south of the country has miles of sandy beaches that are among Vietnam's most impressive dune landscapes. Just behind the village, the beautiful red sand dune awaits you, which is even suitable for sliding down. In the village itself you can explore the fishing port by walking and buy freshly caught seafood at the market.
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