Most tourists are attracted by Vietnam’s natural beauty: From the green rice fields in the north to the fascinating bustle of the Mekong Delta in the south and the mountains here are picturesque on their own; however, some of them are home to countless caves. Vietnam has plenty to offer travelers; therefore, this article will help you explore the three most colorful places in this majestic country.
This city has been well-known for its picturesque harbor and colorful full moon lantern displays, Hoi An is a treasure filled in with color, architecture and culture. Hoi An is locally called the city of tailor. To be more concrete, you can get your clothing and footwear customized and this culture can be found anywhere in Hoi An. Clothing shops often use colorful fabrics to adorn the stalls, which makes the street extremely colorful.
Nevertheless, what makes Hoi An outstanding is its distinguishing culture. Among 15th century decorating buildings, the locals have generated a lifestyle that seems to be found nowhere in the world. Travelers can expect to enjoy an amazing scenic night view or escape up and relax on the Thu Bon River by boat.
You can’t imagine how colorful Hue can be until you visit this city. It was once the capital of the Nguyen dynasty, this absorbing mixture of both feudal and contemporary architecture has kept to their royal roots. Consequently, you can see the fascinating color of the old empire, especially take a photo of a number of neon lights decorating the bridge which runs over the Perfume River.
Hue has an ideal climate with average temperature is around 25 degree; furthermore, it is located next to the east coast seaside, a great getaway destination.
The city nowadays is vibrant hub of nightlife, outgoers, and tremendous sights. A walk anywhere through the city will open up a treasure trove of color saturated temples and apartment buildings.
The reason Da Nang finds itself on this list, however, is for the remarkable Marble Mountains that surround the city. Providing spectacular views of the South China Sea, the intense, green forests and the colorful pagodas that line the cliff faces is something that must be seen to be believed. Da Nang is home to a beautiful culture, too, where the visitors will be nothing short of the friendliest people that you will ever meet.