UK’s luxury travel lifestyle magazine: Vietnam should be on the travel list to visit this year
Update: Feb 07, 2024
(TITC) - One of the UK's leading online London and Brighton Travel, Fashion and Lifestyle magazines - Seen in the City stated, Vietnam has many World Heritage Sites such as Ha Long Bay, Phong Nha Ke Bang National Park, Hoi An Ancient Town... The landscape of each destination is strangely beautiful and attractive no matter where you are.

The landscape

From the lush green trees to the promenade along the coast, visitors see picturesque views all around. According to the Travel Wise Way guide, the length of Vietnam's coastline is 3,260 km including the continental shelf, islands and archipelagos. This Southeast Asian country also has beautiful leisure coastal walking destinations worth exploring.

Hoi An Ancient Town (Photo: Collection)

The hospitality

Vietnamese people are known to have warm and welcoming hearts, so you are sure to receive a friendly welcome on your trip to Vietnam. Experience living close to the locals as much as possible to better understand Vietnamese culture as well as learn more about local customs and the best places to go.

The Affordability

Vietnam is one of the destinations with the most reasonable travel costs, so it will be great if you are on a budget. There are plenty of hotels, guest houses and hostels to choose from when looking for affordable accommodation. According to Travel Wise’s author Anna Veselova-Solovoniuk, hotels in Vietnam have arguably excellent service and quality despite lower prices.

Its coffee empire

Vietnam is one of the world's leading countries in coffee production, so if you love coffee, this is the place for you. Endless coffee plantations produce coffee beans with distinct, rich flavours, which are then supplied to consumers across the globe. To prepare for your trip to Vietnam, be sure to book a trip to Buon Ma Thuot coffee plantation to explore the world of Robusta coffee from the Central Highlands. Visitors can also taste coffee and its preparation to learn new things during their exploration of Vietnam.

The Vietnamese Cuisine

Vietnam is famous for its delicious cuisine and great prices. Visitors don't need to spend too much money to sample the best dishes. Healthy, simple and hot, you can enjoy many dishes including: pho, the flavour combines flat rice noodles, broth, herbs and meats, usually beef or chicken.

Beef Pho (Photo: TITC)

In addition, another must-try dish is banh mi, a delicious Vietnamese sandwich with many different delicious ingredients such as grilled pork, pate, vegetables and herbs.

For those looking for unique textures and flavours, Vietnamese spring rolls also offer a refreshing combination of shrimp, herbs, vermicelli and pork. All wrapped in rice paper. Seafood lovers will have the opportunity to enjoy countless fresh caught products in dishes such as Cha Ca (grilled fish with turmeric and dill) or Cua Lot (soft-shell crab).

Besides, those who like rustic food can explore local markets to find mouth-watering delicacies such as Bun Bo Hue (spicy beef noodle soup) and “balut”, a fertilised duck egg. Vietnamese cuisine is an exciting combination of flavours, showcasing the country's rich culinary heritage and offering an unforgettable experience for every taste.

Vietnamese cuisine achieves a balance between spicy, sour, bitter, salty, and sweet flavours in dishes that are both warm and cool.

​If your feet are calling you for your next adventure, Vietnam will be an attractive destination worth exploring. Considering the richness of the culture and relative remoteness, make sure you can spend at least two weeks learning about the country, its people and local life as well as immersing yourself in the atmosphere of Vietnam.

Vietnam possesses rich culture and traditions. The trips will not take much effort. This is what every traveller wants - truly a special place to visit

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