Traveling in Central Vietnam

Traveling in Central Vietnam : Must Visit Locations

Travelling in Central Vietnam : Must Visit LocationsTraveling in Central Vietnam. Have you been thinking about what it’s like in central Vietnam? Because most of the popular tourist spots are located in Northern Vietnam, people assume that’s all that the country has to offer. When it comes to Vietnam, most people think of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City as the first options. But they couldn’t be more wrong!

And I will tell you why.

Central Vietnam is home to some of the most intriguing attractions of the country, but less visited than the rest of the country. So if you are interested in heading to Vietnam, you can take a few points before you go.

The Best Time to Visit Central Vietnam

Vietnam is divided into three main regions: North, South, and Central, because of its geographical shape. All these three regions differ in climate throughout the year. The Central area has rainy weather most of the year, so the best time is from early spring or early fall when it is dry but colder.

The summer seasons are humid, and the rainy seasons can get extreme, leading to floods and typhoons. During these two kinds of weather, sometimes transportation and events come to a complete stop. So to avoid any traveling disasters, you should visit During October, or February and March.

Must Visit Locations In Central Vietnam

Hna Trang

You can start your journey in Hna Trang, also known as the Pearl of Central Vietnam. The city lies along the coast of crystal clear beach with hundreds of modern hotels and resorts to check out. You can enjoy luxurious services and even explore the pristine beaches nearby. Amid the flashy modern city, you can also getaway to the famous Cham Temple and break from the opulent world.

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Da Lat

Da Lat : Traveling in Central Vietnam
Da Lat : Traveling in Central Vietnam

If the city lights and noise of Hna Trang is too much for relaxation, you can unwind next to the Da Lat valley. The area stands amid open green valleys covered in colorful flowers and trees. If you happen to be there during the peak season, you will love the picturesque landscapes suitable for a romantic getaway. You will also find the most elaborate choice of Vietnamese street food and local fruit products. Truly a haven for food bloggers and social media influencers!

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Hoi An

Hoi An : Traveling in Central Vietnam
Hoi An : Traveling in Central Vietnam

For a more traditional experience, you can head to Hoi An, about 25 Kms south from Da Nang. The yellow architectures and lantern-lit lakes will transport you to the 19th Century scene and make you feel like you are in the movies. You can also trade for local products and authentic traditional crafts to remind you of your experience there.

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Quang Binh

If you are feeling more adventurous and daring, we suggest you head to Quang Binh. It is the UNESCO World Heritage Site that houses more than 300 caves in grotto style. Each cave is unique with different limestone formation, vegetation, and landscapes within. You will also find the larges

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Besides these places, you can also explore Hue’s temples and go elephant safari at Buon Ma Thuot or relax at Mui Ne Beach. There are so many other beautiful places to explore in Central Vietnam, so why not book your tickets and start your adventure ASAP?

  • What are your thoughts on these locations have you been?

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