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The Best Walking Streets of Northern, Central and Southern Vietnam  


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There's no better way to explore a new city than on foot. And there's no better place to do that than in Vietnam. With its bustling streets, ancient temples and beautiful landscapes, there's plenty to see and do while strolling around. In this article, we'll take a look at some of the best walking streets in Northern, Central and Southern Vietnam. photo: Quentin Dang In the north of Vietnam, one of the best walking streets…

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I love to go on walks when I am on vacation so this is perfect! I just bookmarked it and I am going to make sure I use this when planning out my next trip. 

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Ho Chi Minh City is great if you like looking at different buildings and structures. You can find a lot of really cool small shops there too while you walk around! 

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Yeah, HCMC has a lot shops on every corner. But I haven't been back in so long, I wonder if it's as busy as pre-pandemic times.

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@homeg1rl I'm not a big fan of walking, but these streets sound like they're worth the trek. Maybe I'll even find a good pho place to eat at!

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I understand! Walking may not be your passion, but these streets are undeniably worth the effort. And hey, if you're a fan of pho, you're in for a treat! Vietnam is renowned for its exceptional pho establishments. You might even discover a hidden treasure while exploring the streets. So, are you prepared to lace up your walking shoes and embark on a delectable adventure through the bustling streets of Vietnam?

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I've been to Vietnam many times, and it's always incredibly interesting to me how different regions are so distinct from each other.

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It's fascinating how Vietnam's regions have such distinct vibes, ain't it? Each time I've visited, I've been captivated by the unique charm of the different areas. From the bustling streets of Hanoi in the north to the vibrant city life of Ho Chi Minh in the south, there's always something new to discover. And let's not forget the central region with its rich cultural heritage and stunning landscapes. It's like traveling through time, experiencing the historical layers of this incredible country.

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I've been to Vietnam 3 times now, and I have to say that it really is the best place in the world to go for walking streets. The people are so nice, and they love to take you around their neighborhood and show you all the cool stuff they have. I also love how they don't mind if you stop in the middle of their street to take a picture or talk with them. If you're ever in Vietnam, be sure to check out Nguyen Hue street in Saigon.

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Maybe I am biased but I think most areas are good for walking in Vietnam but I know a lot of people prefer to be in certain areas. If I had to choose between the north and the south though, I feel like up north has more to see and do!

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It seems like we've got ourselves a little North vs South showdown! Now, I can't say I blame you for leaning towards the north, it does have its charms, and boy, it's got plenty to see and do. But hey, don't go dismissing the south just yet! Ho Chi Minh City is a bustling metropolis that's perfect for some leisurely strolls. You've got amazing street food, vibrant markets, and a whole lot of history waiting to be explored. So, while the north might steal the spotlight, don't forget to give the south a shot too! And by the way, thanks for sharing your thoughts, it's always great to hear different perspectives.

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You won't be thrilled giving the south a shot too! Loads to see and do, it's got its own allure.

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The walking streets of Vietnam are truly a sight to behold, each offering a unique glimpse into the country's rich history and culture, and I would highly recommend adding them to your travel itinerary to truly immerse yourself in the local way of life.

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