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Planning A Vietnam Vacation? Vietnam trips are loaded with memorable experiences. It is packed with fantastic options for everyone from their ancient temples to gorgeous beaches, and modern high-rises to forest covered mountains. Travelers love Vietnam because they get offers on a wide range of experiences like relaxation, adventure, exploration and discovery within its borders. Popular Vietnam destinations include Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh, Hue and Hoi An. When planning to visit Vietnam, avoid blocking dates in late January and early February. Around this time, a great multitude of people travels to Vietnam to participate in the Chinese New Year of Tet celebrations. It is recommended that you also consult a travel agent to inquire on favourable destinations during different times of the year due to varying climatic conditions in Vietnam. North Vietnam is usually cold and wet between November and April, hot in May and July and cool in August and October. In South Vietnam, there are rains from May to September and the region dries up from November and April. Central Vietnam experiences rains between September and December and a lot of sunshine in June and July.
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The the main activities during Vietnam expeditions are trekking, beach adventures, and history exploration. Vietnam has captivating sceneries that make the country so beautiful. Here are the top destinations for historical discoveries in Vietnam:
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o Phong Nga Ke Bang national park and caves: It is a national park within which two of the world’s largest limestone regions and their incredible caves have been protected. The caves have a unique beauty in their features and travelers are intrigued by their existence. They stretch along 126 kilometers and have Neolithic art made by the Champa people. o Saigon museums: They hold the country’s rich heritage that has been traced over the past two millenniums. You can choose to visit them to kick off your Vietnam history exploration. In these museums you will find artifacts and photos with explanations of their source and the story behind them. They include the Museum of Vietnam’s history, Ho Chi Minh Museum or the War Remnants Museum. o Hue’s Imperial Citadel: This is a grand fortress built during the Toy Son rebellion and holds the art of Vietnam’s historic defense. It was named ‘the citadel’ by an ancient leader called Nguyen Anh and became their emperor’s residence. o My Son Charm Ruins in Hoi An: These are ancient Hindu temples which have a valley cemetery. They are one of the many UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites. o Royal Tombs and Pagodas: They are found in the city of Hue which was historically their center of power. Within its landscape, they made magnificent tombs and pagodas for the royal. Some of those famous tombs are Minh Mang’s tomb and Khai Dinh tomb. For a cultural exchange with the people of Vietnam you can visit them in their serene villages. You’ve got to at least learn about a country’s people and their traditions during a visit. A people’s modern way of life can be seen in the towns while their traditional ways are best exemplified in the countryside. The people of Vietnam are outright beautiful.