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10 Hidden Places in Vietnam That Tourists Haven’t Discovered Yet  


Kaylin
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There are many places in Vietnam that remain undiscovered by tourists. While some of these destinations are well-known among locals, they are often overlooked by visitors who are keen to explore the more popular tourist spots. From the limestone caves of Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park to the ancient ruins of My Son, here are ten hidden places in Vietnam that are well worth a visit! Phong Nha - Ke Bang National Park…

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Bac Ha Sunday Market is filled with friendly people who want to share their culture. I always recommend people who have never been to Vietnam to check that spot out!

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@tbh23 Having only gone once and not being able to spend too much time there, I do remember people being so friendly. It was strange having people all smiling at me and being so kind! 

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I have to say, the best part is getting lost. It's incredible to just walk around and stumble across little cafes or shops that you didn't know existed. I love seeing how people live in a place that was once so foreign to me.

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I took a boat ride in Can Tho and it was so much fun! It had looked like it was going to rain that day but the sun came out just in time to enjoy the views!

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I think that the more people explore Vietnam, the more they will realize how amazing it is. There is something for everyone there. I wish I could move there, honestly. I do have distant relatives but we are not very close. Otherwise I would stay there for long periods at a time. 

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@kikobeep It really is and I can see a rise in people visiting as well as an increases in expats. It is crazy that just 20 years ago, no one was talking about Vietnam and now it is becoming part of a trend and I love it!

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Hi Kaylin,

are you available as a guide?

Bob

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