- Minh Chau
Located in Van Don island, Quang Ninh province, Minh Chau beach is famous for its romantic white sand, pleasant seaway and fresh and cool air. Next to the beautiful beach, when you visit Minh Chau, you can also experience yourself with the daily life of fishermen, go fishing, scrape the mussels; discover the primeval forest, Van Don port, Quan pagoda or temple worshipping General Tran Khanh Du.
- Mai Chau
Being a small valley in Hoa Binh province, Mai Chau has a poetic beauty of mountainous region with its Tay Bac majestic mountains, green fields and terraced fields stretching out of view. About 170km from Hanoi, tourists can easily travel to Mai Chau by car or by motorbike (if you want to have more adventurous experience). Here, you can explore the culture of the Thai people in the house on stilts at Lac village, visit the national vestige: Chieu cave, contemplate those terraced fields at Van village and see the beautiful Go Lao fall.
- Ninh Binh
I think I don’t need to talk much about Ninh Binh because it’s very famous for Trang An scenic landscape complex, Bai Dinh pagoda and Hoa Lu ancient capital. Being a cultural – natural tourism destination with two areas recognized as cultural heritage and biosphere reserve in the world, Ninh Binh brings a fanciful and poetic beauty. Here, you can the golden fields, these beautiful lakes, the blue water line and these limestone mountains . In particular, if you are a fan of the movie:”Kong: Skull Island”, you certainly can’t miss the aboriginal village – film studio of 2017 film blockbuster.
- Diep Son – Binh Ba
Diep Son and Binh Ba are these small islands in Khanh Hoa province with a . peaceful and wild beauty. These most beautiful beaches in here are Chuong beach, Nom beach and Nha beach with clear water and fine white sand.
- Cu Lao Cham
About 18km from Cua Dai beach, Hoi An, with its wild beauty, Cu Lao Cham is considered as Vietnam’s Maldives. In Cu Lao Cham, you’ll admire its beautiful beaches and green coconuts, dive for the coral reefs on Hon Dai island and Hon Ba island and discover the daily life of fishsermen at Lang plain.