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Popular Nature Attractions in Vietnam

Hoan Kiem Lake
891 Reviews
Hoan Kiem Lake is located in the heart of Hanoi’s Old Quarter, surrounded by tree-lined walkways. It is a place for locals to enjoy the cool and take a walk. There are two buildings on the lake, Ngoc Son Temple on the north and Tortoise Tower on the south. In addition to the beautiful lake view, you can also see the typical local architectures around. On the northeast side of Hoan Kiem Lake, there is a red The Huc Bridge, which connects to the Yushan Temple in the center of the northern part of the lake. It is a perfect spot for taking pictures.
Halong Bay
633 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Natural Site
Halong Bay is one of Vietnam's famous scenic spots. There are many different rock formations jutting out of the sea. Boat trips are a common way to see Halong Bay. Between the islands, visitors can enjoy the beautiful scenery of the sea, while gorgeous caves wait to be discovered on the islands. In the towns surrounding Halong Bay, many of the local houses are designed in a distinctive French style. There are numerous fishermen, sampans, sailboats, boating goods and vendors. The local style is rich and distinctive.
Nha Trang Beach
Nha Trang·Vietnam
1,064 Reviews
Nha Trang Beach consists of 6 km of sandy beach, coconut trees, clear blue waters and a row of high-end hotels and cafes just across the road from the beach. Most are right within walking distance of the beach. There are plenty of places to rent sun loungers, swim or play volleyball on the beach. Locals come by in the early morning to work out and run, and it is also a popular place to for evening strolls as the sunlight wanes.
My Khe Beach
Da Nang·Vietnam
735 Reviews
My Khe Beach is located on the eastern outskirts of Da Nang. With soft, fine sands and clear ocean water, it is a very desirable location to visit. Go early in the morning if you want to watch the beautiful sunrise over the sea. Aside from walking on the beach, you can enjoy the sea view or rent a lounge chair for sunbathing. There are also many water sports for you to take advantage of, including jetskis, banana boats and parasailing. Treat yourself to the many seafood restaurants around the beach.
Ba Na Hills
Da Nang·Vietnam
942 Reviews
Located 40 kilometers west of Da Nang, Ba Na Hills is now an integrated entertainment site with premium hotels, aerial cableways and theme parks. Ba Na Hills cableway is very distinctive, overlooking the primeval forest from a high altitude, as if you have been transported to a fairyland. Atop the mountain, visitors will find the Linh Ung Bai But Temple. Within the temple, there is a huge alabaster Goddess of Mercy who guards and protects the entirety of the Ba Na Hills.
Fairy Stream
Phan Thiet·Vietnam
352 Reviews
Geological Sites
Fairy Stream flows through the sand dunes and rock formations on the east side of the city of Mui Ne. Hidden within the dense forests, it possesses distinct karst landforms. Walking in from the small alley, a series of stairs leads to the Fairy Stream. The deeper visitors venture, the more fascinating it becomes. Beneath their feet a soft reddish mud squishes and the water is very clear. The sand on the bottom of the streambed is very soft. The shallow water trickling just beneath the insteps of one's feet is pleasantly cool and relaxing. Entering the Fairy Stream and moving forward, a vista suddenly opens up before the visitor as the stream becomes wider. To the left is a high rock band colored brightly orange-red, while the right has swathes of broad-leaved evergreen trees. When visitors reach a high point on the reddish terrain, they can view Mui Ne far below them.
Baisha (White Sand) Dune
294 Reviews
Baisha Dune is like a miniature desert. From the dune, only the undulating rise and fall of the sandy hills can be seen, spreading out endlessly to the horizon. Just to the other side of the dune, there is a lake surrounded by lush green plants. Baisha Dune is also a great place to sit and watch the sunrise. Even after the sublime sunrise, visitors can enjoy a leisurely walk across the soft and delicate sands. From up high, the horizon spreads wide open and offers a great view of the oasis, which may seem closer than it really is.
Xuan Huong Lake
278 Reviews
Xuan Huong Lake is a beautiful crescent-shaped artificial lake with a shape resembling a Vietnamese map. It is named after Hu Chunxiang, a famous female poet in Vietnam. The lake is surrounded by green willows, the swans are foraging on the clear lake, and the boats and rowing boats are on the lake. Leisurely rowing, a quiet scene. The beautiful environment here is a good place to enjoy the coolness.

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