Underrated Honeymoon Spots in Vietnam


A honeymoon to Vietnam is delicate exotic, secluded beaches, extreme pleasure, and luxurious scenes for photo shoots. In this nice and friendly country, you can realize any honeymoon scenario. The air is filled with a romantic atmosphere. The turquoise expanse of the ocean, white sand, a riot of tropical greenery – isn’t it the perfect surroundings for a vacation together?


Phu Quoc Island


It is kilometers of beautiful beaches, tropical nature, a diverse underwater world, exciting excursions and much more. Now the island is rapidly gaining popularity among tourists. In Phu Quoc, you should first go to the Vinpearl amusement park, a safari park, to the southern islands (by cable car or boat), and visit Bai Sao beach with white sand and starfish.


Hoi An


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In our opinion, Hoi An is the most photogenic and beautiful city in Vietnam. Hoi An is a few streets of ancient lemon yellow houses decorated with Chinese tiles. Everything here is exactly the same as a hundred years ago. Once Hoi An was an important trading center and port but then the river became shallow and the ships couldn’t longer enter the port. But the old city remained with its Chinese temples, guesthouses of wealthy merchants, a Japanese bridge and, of course, a picturesque river. Now it is forbidden to drive to the old city by car or bike, so the atmosphere is quite authentic. There is a good beach and you can take a boat ride on the river or cycle through the rice fields in the vicinity.



Tam Coc


The place is located near the capital near the city of Ninh Binh and offers some of the most picturesque views in Vietnam. Just a couple of hours by bus from Hanoi and you find yourself among rice fields, karst mountains and a river, the smooth flow of which perfectly reflects the local atmosphere. The whole landscape seems to be from anime. Everything is so watercolor-soft. Rent a boat or a bamboo raft and spend a couple of hours observing the surrounding beauty and going right through the caves. You can also rent a bike and ride through the rice fields, and then climb to the observation deck.


Fongnia Kebang National Park


The array consists of more than 300 caves and grottoes. The length of the caves is more than 70 kilometers. There are many geomorphological features, including underground rivers, dendritic caves, dry caves, suspended caves, and terraced caves. There is a whole “lost world” inside, its own flora and fauna. On top of the surface, there is the largest national park. Many endangered species of animals live there.


Perfume River in Hue


This is a stunningly beautiful place in Central Vietnam. Take a boat on the river closer to sunset. Just then, jasmine flowers bloom off, “prepare for bed” and exude a delicate and very delicate aroma. Here you can see how ordinary Vietnamese live and view one of the most beautiful rivers in Vietnam. When the sun sets over the horizon, the river turns burgundy red. Hundreds of Hue residents come to the embankment at this time, have picnics and gatherings with friends.


Monkey Island


The sights of Vietnam can be listed for a long time. These are architectural, religious, and cultural monuments. This also includes the nature of incredible beauty. Each of the significant places has its own special history. One of the examples is Monkey Island, located about 20 km from Nha Trang. This attraction got its name from the large number of monkeys that live there. According to scientists, there are about 2,000 of them on the island. Almost all of them are friendly towards tourists.