The resort city with the lovely scenery is an ideal place for those who love traveling alone. In Dalat visitors can admire the lyrical scene here with lots of flowers, the tree-lined streets, quiet roads in the early morning.
2- Binh Ba Island
Binh Ba is an island of Cam Ranh City, Khanh Hoa province, which still retains the wild beauty with sunshine, blue sea, white sand. Coming here, visitors can swim in the crystal blue water, dive to see coral reefs, observe the daily life of local fishermen and enjoy fresh and delicious seafood or go fishing at night. All activities will give you a great experience and fun.
If you are looking for a peaceful place, Hue is the ideal choice. Come to the ancient capital, you can wander around the city to see old buildings, ancient architectural works in the city, enjoy Hue royal court music and taste Hue royal cuisine.
4- Hoi An
This small, old old town, the world cultural heritage site, is always gentle and loved by Vietnamese and foreign tourists. In Hoi An, you should wander alone on small roads, sit in a coffee shop to see the slow rhythm of local people, purchase some unique souvenirs, take a boat trip on the Hoai River and walk along the lantern streets at night.
5- Cham Islet in Quang Nam Province
Recognized as a world biosphere reserve by UNESCO, Cham Islet is a group of eight small islands: Hon Dai, Hon Mo, Hon Lao, Hon Kho Me, Hon Kho Con, Hon La, Hon Tai, and Hon Ong.
Nature has endowed it with green forests, wide beaches and an incredibly diverse ecosystem. With a total area of 15.5 km2 and 3,000 inhabitants, Cham Islet is only 18 km from Hoi An city. it has a marine ecosystem with 950 aquatic species, including many fish, and rare corals are almost intact.
6- Nha Trang in Khanh Hoa Province
Nha Trang offers a six-kilometre stretch of beautiful coastline with white sandy beaches, clear waters with an abundance of marine life and thriving reefs, verdant mountain ranges at each end, as well as 19 untouched islets that are just a short boat ride away. Offering a myriad of sightseeing and recreational activities, the coastal town itself is steeped with breath-taking structures that date back to the Champa Kingdom, Buddhist temples, and gothic-style Catholic churches, as well as natural hot springs, salt fields, and unique waterfalls.
Catering to any budget level and preference, Nha Trang restaurants serve up fresh seafood and Vietnamese cuisine while lively bars and pubs along the pristine beach are favourite hangouts for tourists to watch the sun sets over the East Sea.
7- Ninh Thuan
Coming to Ninh Thuan, tourists are able to relax in Ca Na Tourist Site, swim in Ninh Chu Beach, Vinh Hy Bay, climb to Da Trang Mountain, and observe natural animals in Phan Rang Reservation, or visit Pi Nang Tac Stone Trap.
Being thevhome of Cham minority group, Ninh Thuan has characteristic culture of Ethnic Cham, which are shown in local customs, Cham dance, sculpture, pottery, and brocade and agriculture of Cham towers. Famous towers name Po Klong Garai and Porome.
8- Phu Yen
Phu Yen province encompasses a diverse landscape of mountains, rivers, lagoons and fertile plains with nearly 200 kilometers of shoreline along Vietnam's curving south-central coast. Lesser known than the beach resort town of Nha Trang, about 120 kilometers away to the south, Phu Yen is a place where visitors can still enjoy having a wide patch of golden sand to themselves.
The capital city Tuy Hoa offers a good base for exploring the beaches, bays and offshore islands up and down the coast, with an ancient tower (Nhan Cham) to see and a large seated Buddha on a hilltop just north of the city. The nearby Vung Ro Bay features a deep-sea port and a forest reserve in its surrounding hills home to a number of rare and exotic plants and animals.
Life here is laid back, with all the attractions of a seaside fishing village to enjoy -- fabulous fresh seafood and relaxing on the sands under the tropical sun, plus excursions inland to walk up the gently sloped mountains for gaining a bird's eye view of this peaceful province.
9- Con Dao Island
Con Dao is one of the top destinations in Vietnam in sea and island tours. Visiting the island, tourists have a chance to see beautiful seas, primitive forests, notorious prison cells, historic sites and culture.
The 76-square-kilometer Con Dao archipelago comprises 16 big and small islands. The biggest island is Con Son, covering 51 square kilometers. Some other prominent islands are Hon Ba, Hon Bay Canh, Hon Cau, Hon Bong Lan and Hon Vung. These islands are home to some 6,000 friendly and hospitable people.
Con Dao is endowed with many long, beautiful beaches shaded by almond trees and clear, blue seawater. It is a national park with diverse fauna and flora systems. In the sea, there are a wide range of colorful fish and coral reefs. Wild orchids, black squirrels, red-bowel squirrels and “gam gi” (a pigeon species) are abundant. Con Dao is one of the few locations in Vietnam where dugongs, dolphins and sea turtles are preserved.
During the war, Con Dao Island was a prison where revolutionaries were jailed. The Hang Duong martyrs’ cemetery is a place for commemorating heroes and heroines of national defense. Con Dao Museum protects objects and photos featuring the island’s history.
Nowadays, these islands are a paradise for tourists to discover. Exploring Ong Dung and So Ray primitive forests, going fishing on Bong Lan Islet, catching squid on Tau Be tip, snorkeling, diving by Tre Islet and watching turtles laying eggs at night on Bay Canh Islet can be unforgettable trips.
10- Can Tho
Known among Vietnamese as ‘Tay Do’, meaning the Capital of the West, Can Tho is a the largest city in the Mekong Delta. While famous for its pastoral beauty ofcomplex waterway network and lush fruit orchards, Can Tho is also a buzzy city with sufficient facilities to accommodate and entertain visitors both domestic and abroad. With an average temperature of 27 Celsius degree, Can Tho is an all-year-round travel destination. The most famous places in the city are Cai Rang Floating Market, Bang Lang Stork Park, Binh Thuy French House, Nam Nha Pagoda and Tay Do Night Market.