Five destinations of Vietnam reach Southeast Asia’s top tourist attractions

Friday, March 28th, 2014 - 6:10 AM

Mui Ne sand dunes, Sapa, the Mekong Delta, Phu Quoc Island and the Cu Chi tunnels are Vietnam’s destinations that are listed the 19 destinations in Southeast Asia

The ranked second place is Phu Quoc Island, Mui Ne sand dunes in fourth, the Mekong Delta at the 8th position, 9 th adjacent belonged Sapa and the last is Cu Chi tunnels at the 18th position.

Beside Vietnam, other destinations in Asia countries are in list, include Pai, Mae Sot, White Temple, Ko Lanta, Chiang Dao (Thailand), Bagan, Ngwe Saung Beach, Inle Lake, Mergui Archipelago (Myanmar), Cameron Highlands (Malaysia), Marina Bay Sands (Singapore), Luang Prabang (Laos), Kep and Angkor Wat (Cambodia).

Soak up the sun where white sands and tropical waters entice beachgoers from all over the globe. Snorkeling, scuba diving and fishing are the most popular water sports here. Phu Quoc Island never has a shortage of places to explore and experience while enjoying your holiday on Phu Quoc. Rent a motorbike for your journey and drive around the red dirt roads of this island paradise is the thing that you should not miss.

Although Mui Ne is not far from Saigon, but these sand dunes seem like they belong on another continent entirely. Sled, bike, or just freely frolic down both white and red mountains of bliss is easy for you. You can visit the Fairy Stream, a magical river with a soft, sandy bottom that flows between dry rocks.

Floating markets are special culture in Mekong Delta where is called the largest rice producing of Vietnam. Friendly locals will gladly let you sample their fruit that sold on their boat. Then biking passed the impressive rice paddies is good memory.

The bright green or yellow of Terraced fields are dotted with the colorful clothes of ethnic minority and roofs of French colonial villas are on your view when you travel to SaPa. The grill and boil foods such as pork meats, eggs, corn, Vietnamese potatoes and Tao Meo wine are popular, they are sold on the street, don't forget to try.

During the Vietnam War, Viet Cong soldiers used these narrow tunnels as their house. There have serving communication and supply routes, hospitals, food and countless guerrilla fighters, living places, storage facilities, weapons factories, field hospitals, control centers and cooking spaces where they can stay to sleep and active within many days at once. Experiencing wartime revealed more obviously, when you are enjoying disk boiled cassava, eat together salt and sugar and drink hot tea in the middle of the tunnels.