Monday, January 23, 2017

Why don't spend your wonderful honeymoon in Vietnam?

Once the wedding is over and the last guest has left, most couples look forward to their honeymoon, which is the period of time when newly couples take a break to share some private and intimate moments that helps establish love in their relationship. Since years, Vietnam is one of the ideal destinations for wedding couples around the world as the country is gifted with lots of enchanting tourist attractions from mountains to beaches and islands. Vietnam honeymoon tours come in all shapes and sizes - a beach vacation, a mountain trekking and cycling, a luxurious vacation, etc. Furthermore, Vietnam now offers some of the best luxury resorts in the world, which can make your honeymoon a luxury hideaways and romantic retreats. If you are looking for a destination which can make your honeymoon a balance between romance and adventure, there is no doubt that Vietnam makes itself a recommended place to travel for honeymooners.

Here are 5 Best Vietnam honeymoon destinations not to be missed!

Why don't spend your wonderful honeymoon in Vietnam?
Why don't spend your wonderful honeymoon in Vietnam?

#1/ The Mekong Delta

It's a water world that moves to the rhythms of the mighty Mekong, where boats, houses, and markets float upon the innumerable rivers, canals, and streams that criss-cross the landscape like arteries. The most beautiful park of Mekong Delta is Tra Su Cajuput Forest where you will literally flow in the river of green.

#2/ Nha Trang

Nha Trang is a seaside town, also the capital city of Khánh Hòa Province – on the South Central Coast of Vietnam. In recent years, Nha Trang is becoming increasingly well-known thanks to its pristine beach, best scuba diving center of Vietnam as well as lots of interesting places and delicious food to enjoy.
Moreover, at Hon Tre Island, take the cable car to Vinpearl resort park and marvel at the fantastic aerial view of the coastal landscape.

#3/ Da Lat

Da Lat is the quaint capital of Lam Dong province. Da Lat is named “city of eternal spring “ because of its temperate climate and fertile soil. It is one where the flowers bloom, birds sing and the air is clear, fresh and redolent of pine. Notable attractions include the Lin Phuoc Pagoda, Crazy House, Datanla Falls, Elephant Falls, Flower Park, Dalat Train Station, Emperor Bao Dai’s Summer Palace and more.

#4/ Ha Long

The unique beauty of the bay with its karsts make it a natural to be added to UNESCO‘s World Heritage. There are more than 1600 islets in the bay, their limestone worn down by 500 million years of tropical downpours and topped by thick jungle growth. Some of the islands are hollow, creating majestic caves. Some of the larger islands have their own lakes.


Sapa is a lovely hill station town in Northern Vietnam near the Chinese border. The region as also known as “the Tonkinese Alps” and it’s culturally rich with different hill tribe minorities, lush mountain ranges, rice fields... Take your time in this awesome natural wonder of Asia, enjoy scenic views of the Muong Hoa Valley and the Fansipan Mountain.

Read more: Things to Do in Vietnam