Top 11+ The Most Beautiful Scenery In Vietnam That Must Also Be Immerse

Wednesday, 02/11/2022, 09:11 GMT+7


Vietnam's landscape is diverse, there is always something to do and visit during the year and ancillary services abound in the most famous scenic spots. After all, Vietnam's scenic spots are famous for their inspirational artworks that say a lot about the beauty of this land.
If you are a nature lover and wish to have more followers on Instagram, put Vietnam on your list, you will not be disappointed.

Panoramic Landscape of Vietnam

From turquoise seas to limestone mountains to otherworldly caves, for a country as small as Vietnam geographically, there is a great diversity of landscapes across the country.
Blessed with a sexy S-shape and a 2015 mile coastline, Vietnam's beaches are ranked among the world's most beautiful beaches with a variety of colors and beach shapes.
Panoramic Landscape of Vietnam
Vietnamese beaches should be the number one place to see when it comes to the landscape of Vietnam. Not only are the beaches great for photography, but Vietnam's beaches also offer fun seaside activities, including snorkeling or scuba diving.
The geographical highlight of Vietnam is the karst structures, especially the limestone mountains and the karst caves, which make up Vietnam's natural beauty compared to other countries in Southeast Asia.
If the beaches bring a feeling of calm and peace with the horizontal sky, the caves and mountains in Vietnam bring you into the set of a Hollywood fantasy movie. World-renowned filmmakers have found their inspiration here for visual effects masterpieces like Lover, Pan, Kong: Skull Island, Apocalypse Now, and more.
Talking about Vietnamese beauties and ignoring the Mekong River and the Mekong Delta would be a serious mistake. The Mekong Delta is the best example of how culture nurtures nature, creating a unique, beautiful, and inseparable lifestyle that depends on nature and further enhances the beauty of the region. soil.
However, the landscape of Vietnam cannot be summed up in a few paragraphs, trying to use words to describe cannot be described. Let's take you on a visual trip to Vietnam to see all the thrilling, exhilarating, thrilling scenes of this country.

Phong Nha - Ke Bang: Kingdom of Karst

Phong Nha - Ke Bang has no rival in the battle for the most beautiful scenic spot in Vietnam for those who love nature and love to explore. Belonging to Quang Binh province, the karst structures of Phong Nha-Ke Bang Nationality, created by five rivers crossing the area over millions of years, are truly a work of mother nature.
Phong Nha - Ke Bang: Kingdom of Karst
The national park was created to protect 300 caves and limestone forest ecosystems spread over a total area of ​​more than 200,000 hectares. Karst caves and limestone mountains in Phong Nha - Ke

Bang National Park are considered the most magnificent in Vietnam.

Son Doong, the largest cave on Earth, the main attraction of Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park in recent years is the reason why Phong Nha-Ke Bang is at the top of this list. However, long before Son Doong was discovered, Phong Nha - Ke Bang was known as a top destination in Vietnam with the marvelous Paradise Cave and Phong Nha Cave.
Bang National Park are considered the most magnificent in Vietnam.
Favored by nature with a diverse ecosystem, Phong Nha - Ke Bang is also an ideal place for trekking and exploring. Other activities you can participate in are kayaking on Chay River, mud bathing in Dark Cave, jumping rope, fishing on Suoi Moc.

Ban Gioc Waterfall: The hidden gem of the mountain

Ban Gioc Waterfall is a lesser known destination in Northern Vietnam compared to Sa Pa and Ha Long Bay, becoming a real hidden gem for nature lovers and explorers. Located in the northeast of Vietnam, Cao Bang province, with a height of 30 meters and a width of 300 meters, Ban Gioc is the largest waterfall in Vietnam, creating an impressive spectacle of nature.
Ban Gioc Waterfall: The hidden gem of the mountain
In the distance, the rumbling sound of water hitting rocks could be heard. The surroundings just make the scene so much more beautiful like a real-life watercolor painting. Ban Gioc Waterfall changes with the seasons - in spring, fire-red flowers dot the backdrop, in autumn, the falls turn golden under the sunset.
Entrance ticket: 45,000VND/person (passport may be required as the waterfall is located on the Vietnam-China border)
* Entertainment activities in Ban Gioc Waterfall and Cao Bang
- Enjoy the beautiful view of the waterfall
- Get on the raft to get close to the fall (price 50,000 VND / person)
- Take a detour to Nguom Ngao Cave (price 40,000VND/person)
- Admire the waterwheel on the Quay Son River - representing the local farming techniques
- Walk around Cao Bang city to discover food

Ha Long Bay: The land of dragons and fairies

There is no better place to admire nature than a natural world heritage site. Ha, Long Bay will be a much easier destination than Son Doong (you have to do some physical training and profile before the trip). To visit Ha Long Bay, you just need to book a luxury cruise and then just let yourself get lost in the natural wonder.
Ha Long Bay: The land of dragons and fairies
As the name suggests, Ha Long is the land where dragons descended. This is a pretty poetic interpretation of thousands of limestone islands and islets scattered over an area of ​​434 km, reflecting on the clear blue water of the bay.
The geographical landscape of Ha Long Bay is the result of complex geological processes spanning more than 500 million years. Ha Long is home to beautiful and unique karst caves such as Dau Go cave, Sung Sot cave, Thien Cung cave.

Bai Tu Long Bay and Lan Ha Bay are the two bays that are also worth visiting for their beauty and rustic life of the floating villages.

*Things to know about Ha Long Bay’s admission:

– You should avoid visiting Ha Long on holidays, the prices are higher than normal time

– You are able to visit only the sites listed on the ticket

– The ticket is usable during the day only

– Children under 6 ages old are free of charges

+ Entrance fee: 120,000VND/person Paying this fee, you can’t stop to visit any of the sites.

+ Each site costs 30,000VND/person – 50,000VND/person for a visit (caves, Titov beach…)

+ Overnight fee: 1 night – 200,000VND, 2 nights – 350,000VND, 3 nights – 400,000VND


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 Nha Trang: Blue City


If you’re not interested in big caves or bay of limestone islets, get to Nha Trang to ride the waves and enjoy the seafood. Nha Trang offers the best beach break in the country with a wide range of beachside activities and entertainment.

Nha Trang: Blue City

Not just the beaches, Nha Trang Bay has some of the most wonderful islands where you can enjoy diving or snorkeling. Hon Mun Marine Protected Area is the paradise of hundreds of coral species. To Nha Trang, you’re up to a pleasant adventure.


* Nha Trang admission fees:

– Vinpearl Land: 800,000VND/adult, 700,000VND/kid under 1,4m

– Nha trang aquarium institute: 30,000VND/person

– Lao island: 120,000VND/adult, 60,000VND/kid under 1,3m

– Po Nagar Tower: 21,000VND/person

– Hon Mun: 22,000VND, swimming – 66,000VND


Ha Giang: The Story of Rocks


Ha Giang is nothing like any of the destinations above. Come to Ha Giang, the first thing you see is a challenge lying in the sight of a mountain after mountain.

This is also the story of the people living in Ha Giang, a land that was so remote and underdeveloped until its first provincial road was made, opening a new era of the Ha Giang. As a member of UNESCO Geopark, Dong Van plateau covers a vast area with boulder rocks and limestone mountains which are called ‘rock gardens’.

Ha Giang: The Story of Rocks

Tu San Chasm – the deepest canyon on the plateau offers breathtaking scenery on Ma Pi Leng Pass. Come to Ha Giang, it’s also about the indigenous culture of the ethnic group like H’mong.

Local fair markets in Ha Giang such as Dong Van Fair Market, and Meo Vac Market offer an insight into the local culture of the ethnic people here. Ha Giang is the one-of-the-kind adventure you’re seeking for.

Hoang Su Phi‘s terraced rice fields in Ha Giang are second to no other places in Vietnam. Lying just off Tay Con Linh mountain, the rice fields here are often embraced by the white clouds, becoming even more gorgeous in the harvest season. 

Things to do in Ha Giang:

– Conquer Ha Giang loop – the Happiness Road will take you to the four districts of Ha Giang – Yen Minh, Quan Ba, Dong Van, and Meo Vac

– Visit Mansion of Vuong Family – a masterpiece of H’mong architecture you can’t find anywhere else.
– Admire the nature beauties at Ma Pi Leng pass, including Tu San Chasm and Nho Que River.
– Nightlife in Dong Van Old Town, trying local delicacies.
– Soak up the cultural atmosphere in Dong Van fair market on Sunday mornings.

– Visit House of Pao in Lung Cam Valley – the house where the famous movie ‘Pao’s Story’ was shot.


Mui Ne: The Red Planet


Mui Ne – Vietnam landscape is a travel hub for kite-surfers because of the strong winds blowing almost all year round. Mui Ne beaches are incredibly blue with very good conditions for beachside activities like swimming, surfing, diving, and especially kite-surfing.

Mui Ne: The Red Planet

Not only beaches, but Mui Ne also has a popularity for its red and white sand dunes. Together with the sun and winds at Mui Ne, these sand dunes make perfect places for taking photos. But if you are looking for something really different, come to Fairy Stream – a place that has physical features as those of an alien planet.

Mui Ne also attracts visitors with its stunning sand dunes and luxury resorts and hotels, restaurants. You can get to Phan Thiet from Ho Chi Minh City easily by bus or train.

* Where to kite-surfing in Mui Ne:

– Mui Ne beach: light wind, when wind speed increases, short breaks happen. Very crowded during peak season

– Hom Rom (The Cemetery & Malibu): not for beginners, large swells, and wave breaks are too far off the beach

– Suoi Nuoc Beach: good steel, straight on-shore wind

– Turtle island: clean waves, flat-water


Ninh Binh: Dance of Rivers and Mountains


It’s rare for a destination to be a world heritage for both natural and cultural values and Ninh Binh, located just 90 kilometers south of Hanoi, is one. You’ll find in Ninh Binh a harmonious complex of natural spectacular embracing the sacred and mysterious temples and pagodas. Hike up the Lying Dragon Mount at Mua cave (Hang Mua) to take in the wonderful lookout point.

Ninh Binh: Dance of Rivers and Mountains

Hire a boat to get in the middle of water and cliffs in Van Long Nature Reserve. Come to Tam Coc in harvest season for the golden floating rice fields on Ngo Dong riversides. And Trang An, for the views of ‘Ha Long on land’ as it’s called.


*Ninh Binh Attractions’ Admission fee:

– Trang An: 200,000VND/adult, 100,000VND/kid under 1m

– Guided tour: 300,000VND/tour

– Bai Dinh Pagoda: 30,000VND/person – Stupa: 50,000VND/person

– Tam Coc: 150,000VND/boat (Vietnamese boat – 4 people| Foreign Tourists – 2 people)

– Hang Mua: 100,000VND/person

– Van Long: Entrance – 20,000VND/person, boat – 60,000VND/boat/2 people

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Bac Son Valley: Golden Valley


You might not have heard about Bac Son Valley but this spot is an absolutely lovely place to admire the beauty of nature and take pictures that are worth an Instagram post.

Bac Son Valley: Golden Valley

The scenery of Bac Son is just singular and so pleasing to the eyes – the rice fields nested so neatly between two ranges of cone-shaped cliffs dotted with the Tay ethnic villages and adorned even more by a river crossing through. Come to Bac Son during harvest season, you’ll have the chance to be moved by the magic of nature, especially when it’s sunset or sunrise.


* Things to do in Bac Son Valley:

– Hike up the mountain nearby to reach the lookout point. Remember to hike before the sunset.

– Homestay at a Tay traditional house and enjoy the local culture.

– Trek around and discover the culture of Tay people and their daily life and admire the valley in different times of the day.

– Enjoy the local delicacies of Tay people


Moc Chau – Pha Luong Mountain: Among the Clouds


Pha Luong is not a popular stop for a regular trip to Moc Chau and its beauty, as well, is nothing regular. But the trip to Pha Luong gives more significance to reaching the top than the top itself.

As it appears in the famous poem ‘Tay Tien’ (West March) written by soldier-poet Quang Dung, the journey from the bottom to the top of Pha Luong Mount is the journey to overcome nature’s hardships and triumph human’s determination, will, and endurance.


Moc Chau – Pha Luong Mountain: Among the Clouds

Once you reach the top, you’ll be rewarded with an impeccable sight of the nature of two countries: Laos and Vietnam.

At the height of 2000m, the board peak of Pha Luong intrudes out into the air, offering a thrilling experience of standing and facing the dizzying views of clouds hugging mountains below. It will be a beautiful picture to show off to your peers. 

The trip to Pha Luong top takes you about 3 hours of trekking diligently. For foreigners, you’ll have to attain permission from local authorities, due to the mountain’s location close to the Laos-Vietnam border. No one will be allowed to stay overnight on top, local or foreign trekkers alike.


*Quick tip: the best time to visit Pha Luong is dry seasons in North Vietnam (from December – April). 

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Hang Rai – Ninh Thuan: Cave of Otters


Hang Rai or Cave of Otters in Ninh Thuan is a place only domestic travelers and photographers visit, totally untouched by mass tourism. Hang Rai has a breath-taking and otherworldly appearance that can’t be simply described by words.

Hang Rai – Ninh Thuan: Cave of Otters

Cave of Otters actually is a complex of reef, rocks, beach, and cave. The most special feature of this destination is a plate-like rock formation separating from the beach. When the tide rises, the water fills the rock plate and creates a small waterfall right on the sea. The rocks sitting on the beach are covered in green moss, contrasting nicely with the color of the sea and the sky.

Come to Hang Rai at sunset to appreciate the magnificence of nature and don’t forget to bring your best camera. 

From Phan Rang, drive east then up north for about 40 kilometers on the road to Chua Mountain National Park Center then turn left for about 500m, you’ll reach Hang Rai. If you have more time, why not spend trekking to Chua Mount – one of the most primitive national parks in Vietnam. 


Ta Nang – Phan Dung Trail: Deadly Beauty


Like Son Doong, Ta Nang – Phan Dung trekking trail is no joke in terms of trekking techniques and physical fitness. With a total length of 50 kilometers spreading on three provinces, bad road conditions and a collection of mysterious events that happened, Ta Nang – Phan Dung can challenge any adventurer, physically and mentally.

Ta Nang – Phan Dung Trail: Deadly Beauty

Yet, hailed as the most beautiful trekking trail in Vietnam featuring several types of landscapes, Ta Nang – Phan Dung is worth every second of your trip

It shouldn’t go unnoticed that there are a few deadly incidents that happened to local adventures throughout the years. This is the most obvious indicator of how dangerous the Ta Nang – Phan Dung Trail can be to trekkers who are unprepared and inexperienced. 

*What to prepare for your (imagine) trekking trip to Ta Nang – Phan Dung:

– Only consider trying trekking this trail when you think you are fit and experienced enough. And only take on the challenge with help from a local guide.

– A very good pair of trekking shoes (which shouldn’t be slippery), a water-proofed backpack, and a water bottle.

– Light, comfortable clothing. Long-sleeved coats and pants to prevent insect bites. Rainy coat for unexpected weather.

– Necessary medicines. 

– Snack to boost up your energy throughout the trip.

– Go with a group and follow strictly the path and under no circumstance, you should separate yourself from your companions. 


When is the best time to enjoy Vietnamese landscapes?

To have a trip to the most beautiful scenery in Vietnam, two conditions need to be met: favorable weather for taking photos and safe means of transportation.
Due to geographical features, many of the above tourist attractions have to be closed during the rainy season or for preservation, such as Phong Nha - Ke Bang Cave, or because of difficult road conditions such as Ha Giang or Ta Nang - Phan Dung.
The best time to enjoy Vietnamese landscapes
So, obviously, the best time to visit Vietnam's most beautiful landscapes is the dry season, which falls in different months between seasons in Vietnam:
* Northern Vietnam (Ninh Binh, Ban Gioc, Ha Giang, Moc Chau, Bac Son): December - April, also winter time
- Ha Long: March - July
* Central Vietnam (Phong Nha Ke Bang, Nha Trang, Mui Ne, Ninh Thuan, Ta Nang - Phan Dung): May - October is the dry season.

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