The most exciting tourist destinations in Vietnam

Do you know where on mainland Vietnam people are welcoming the dawn sun first? And where was dubbed the hottest areas in Vietnam? Read the article below to discover the most exciting tourist destinations in Vietnam.

1. The place to catch the first sunrise

Mui Dien, Tan Phuoc village, Hoa Tam commune, Dong Hoa district, Phu Yen, is regarded as the first land to welcome the dawn.

Mui Dien (Dien Cape), also called Dai Lanh cape, is an attractive tourist destination in Phu Yen

Mui Dien (Dien Cape), also called Dai Lanh cape, is an attractive tourist destination in Phu Yen

At sunrise, visitors can feel the rays of the day from any location on this land, but the most popular location is on top of Mui Dien Lighthouse. From on high, visitors can watch the sun slowly dawn on the sea, and the reflection on the water when the sun was up. Larger eye toward the mainland, visitors can see the blur Mon beach (Bai Mon) in the morning dew.

Mui Dien is a complex comprising of three tourist attractions, namely Bai Mon beach, Dai Lanh light house, and Rang Dong (Sunrise) cape.

Mui Dien is a complex comprising of three tourist attractions, namely Bai Mon beach, Dai Lanh light house, and Rang Dong (Sunrise) cape.

2. Land of the hottest

The forest is located in Phu Mat 60km and the Lam river crossings, but after 9 am, the temperature of the Cua Rao (Xa Luong commune, Tuong Duong district, Nghe An province) is always at 37C degrees or more.

Exciting tourist destinations in Vietnam

Exciting tourist destinations in Vietnam

In the Northern of Vietnam dark cold days, this place is “roasted” people with dazzling sunlight. Summer is the time people here fear most, because all things are even just be soaked soon turned brittle. The wind from the fan and heat. Ban is a hot day, but night came, most people have to roll yourself in a blanket, or a jumper to combat cold.

3. Hard sand hills “instead of clothes”

Affected by two mechanisms simultaneously northeast monsoon and southwest to sand dunes of Mui Ne (5 ward, Mui Ne, Phan Thiet, Binh Thuan province) constantly changes the face after a night by winds great. For that reason, this sand hill was ranked about changing the natural shape.

Sauntering on the soft sand dunes of Mui Ne on a jeep

Sauntering on the soft sand dunes of Mui Ne on a jeep

In addition to amaze with the “new shirt”, this place also gives visitors adventurous moments in the game unique sliding sand. To avoid the sun, the appropriate time to explore the sand dunes between 5-6am every day.

4. Longest cross-sea bridge

Work starts on May 11/2002 and completed on 12/12/2006, approximately 7km Thi Nai bridge, connecting the city of Qui Nhon with Phuong Mai Peninsula (Nhon Hoi economic zone) is the longest cross-sea bridge in Vietnam.

Thị Nại Bridge (aka Nhơn Hội Bridge) connecting the city of Qui Nhơn to the Phương Mai Peninsula

Thị Nại Bridge (aka Nhơn Hội Bridge) connecting the city of Qui Nhơn to the Phương Mai Peninsula

Seen from Quy Nhon city or Phuong Mai Peninsula, Thi Nai Bridge charming and magnificent water crossing immense. In the afternoon, standing on the bridge could see a Thay Boi tower intermittent into the waves, Bai Nhan cover the green color, Chim hillock (Bird hilllock) flicker stork wings, the void of swallows mingle in the cool breeze brings a feeling of peaceful and quiet.

Updated 2018

Dinh Vu – Cat Hai cross-sea bridge (also known as Tan Vu – Lach Huyen I) is the longest sea crossing bridge in Vietnam and one of the longest sea crossovers in Southeast Asia. The bridge is 29.5m wide with 4 lanes (2 lanes for motor vehicles and 2 lanes for rudimentary lanes). Dinh Vu – Cat Hai Bridge is designed to run at a speed of 80 km / h. The bridge is 5.44 km long, belonging to Tan Vu – Lach Huyen Motorway project with a total length of 15.63 km. This bridge was ordered to start construction by Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung on February 15, 2014 and inaugurated on September 2, 2017. The connecting point from Hanoi – Hai Phong expressway (at Tan Vu node) in Trang Cat ward, Hai An district; the end point is Lach Huyen Port (international gateway port of Hai Phong) in Cat Hai district.

Tan Vu - Lach Huyen Bridge - longest sea crossing bridge in Vietnam

Tan Vu – Lach Huyen Bridge – longest sea crossing bridge in Vietnam

5. The Dai house length of 85m length

Made in 2002 with a length of 85m, 6m wide, with grass roofs, walls with woven bamboo panels together, the Dai house in Giang Khanh, Krong Na commune, Buon Don district, Dak Lak province is considered a Dai house with the most length.

 

Longest of long house of Ede ethnic group in Giang Lanh village, Krong Na commune, Daklak province's Buon Don District.

Longest of long house of Ede ethnic group in Giang Lanh village, Krong Na commune, Daklak province’s Buon Don District.

Furniture inside the house with bold sesame Highlands with the rafters, the cars baskets, kitchen fire … In addition to buying tickets to visit, explore the peculiarities of the house for VND 15,000 / person, visitors can experience this sensation overnight with VND 150.000. In keeping with the typical house is not divided into small rooms, so that forms overnight dormitories (after signing up, you’ll get a small mattress pads, pillow blanket and mattress cover and then look for reclining seat back).

6. The church has the largest ring

Saigon Madonna Dame Basilica, commonly known as Notre Dame Cathedral, Ho Chi Minh city, a magnificent cathedral and ancient built entirely of materials imported from France.

Largest bell in the church in Vietnam

Largest bell in the church in Vietnam

Here, the tone is kept to a weight of nearly 29 tons (including counterweight system) with 6 bells in turn called sol, la, si, capital, re, mi foundry in France. Weighing the above, this is considered the largest bell in the church in Vietnam.

7. The Lord Jesu largest

Statue of Christ in Vung Tau is the largest statue in Vietnam

Statue of Christ in Vung Tau is the largest statue in Vietnam

Statue of Christ is built on top of Tao Phung, of Nui Nho mountain (Vung Tau) is the largest statue in Vietnam. Statue high 32m , arm length 18.4m, placed on concrete blocks around 4m high carved Last Supper of Jesus and 12 disciples. Though built of reinforced concrete, but the statue posture, facial expressions, costumes … are very soft and alive.

Inside the spiral staircase of 133 steps leads visitors up the arm. The two sides as the Divine is designed as two balconies enough for many people stood watching the beach, mountains and the cool wind of Vung Tau.

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My name is Min Chee, Vietnamese name is Minh Trang. Currently working as an employee of a garment company in Go Vap District, Ho Chi Minh City. Hobbies are travel and beauty. I love to experience and review new products from cosmetic brands. Now i'm working as blogger for Huy Hoa at the website: Beauty and Travel

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