Vietnam is located in the Southeast Asia of the Indochinese peninsula. The country mostly consists of tropical lowlands, forested highlands, hills and more. It has its fair share of wonders from the natural to the man-made ones. Scroll down below as we introduce to you Vietnam’s different landscapes which draw tourists from around the world! 


The country’s coastline extends for over 3,260 km (2030 mi) ¹ . This makes Vietnam offer a number of beach attractions around the country with each displaying their distinctive beauties. The following are one of its wonders:

Nha Trang

Nha Trang beach. Nha Trang, Khánh Hòa, Vietnam

Lang Co 

Lăng Cô, Thua Thien Hue, Vietnam

Ha Long Bay

Quảng Ninh Province, Vietnam


Vietnam’s rich culture throughout history has produced their distinct artistry through the construction of establishments from religion to public settlements and other constructions. The below examples are also worthy to visit!

Ancient City Hue

Thành phố Huế, Thua Thien Hue, Vietnam

Thien Mu Pagoda

Hương Hòa, Thừa Thiên Huế, Vietnam

Hoan Kiem Lake 

Hang Trong, Hoàn Kiếm, Hanoi, Vietnam

Hoi An


Rice, one of Asia’s staple foods is also produced in Vietnam. The country produced for 6581 metric tons of rice ² last year making it one of the top rice exporters. Rice fields are all over the country and the following below are one of their stunning rice fields:

Sa Pa

Sa Pa, Hoàng Liên, Lào Cai, Vietnam

Hoang Su Phi

Hoàng Su Phì, Ha Giang, Vietnam


Vietnam has a number of ports and free waterways, some of which also serves as their water markets. Photos below show a glimpse of their waterways both serene and bustling:

Mekong Delta

Shutterstock Photo

Ninh Binh


Flowing beautiful waters from hills to the lower nature extremities, Vietnam also has picture worthy water falls. Some which are allowed for swimming and dipping and some for picnic backgrounds, below are one these beauties:

Ban Gioc Waterfalls

TL 211, Đàm Thuỷ, Trùng Khánh, Cao Bằng, Vietnam

Photo by Tuan Hoang

Gang Dien Waterfalls

Xã Giang Điền, Giang Điền, Trảng Bom, Đồng Nai, Vietnam


One of the adventures locals and tourists look forward to, Vietnam has awesome caves open to the public. From the world’s largest to the other sophisticated cave system, visiting Vietnam is not complete without exploring at least one of them!

Hang Son Doong

Xuân Trạch, Quang Binh Province, Vietnam

Photo by Wang Tsvetoslav Hristov

Ha Long Bay Sung Sot Cave

Ha Long Bay, Halong City, Quảng Ninh

Photo by Simon Alpha


Never miss the sophisticated metropolitan views of Vietnam! Below are lovely examples of their cities in their man made glory!

Ho Chi Minh City


Photo by Minseok Kwak

Da Nang

Photo by Ahn Nguyen

These photos showcase Vietnam’s beauty. Is your wanderlust spirit pumped up? Tell us where you want to go and we can arrange your trip! If you’ve visited these places, tell us in the comments! 

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