Vietnam Travel10 Hidden Places in Vietnam That Tourists Haven’t Discovered Yet

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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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Located in the central province of Quang Binh, Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park is home to a network of caves and underground rivers. The park is also a haven for wildlife, with rare species such as the Asian black bear and the red-shanked douc langur. Visitors can explore the caves by boat or on foot, and there are also opportunities to go caving, rock climbing and jungle trekking.

My Son

My Son is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in the central province of Quang Nam. The site consists of a complex of ancient ruins, which were once the capital of the Champa Kingdom. The ruins are surrounded by lush jungle, and visitors can explore them on foot or by taking a boat ride along the river.

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Bac Ha Sunday Market

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The Bac Ha Sunday Market is held every week in the town of Bac Ha, in the northern province of Lao Cai. The market is a great place to buy local products such as handicrafts, textiles and food. It is also a good place to meet the locals and learn about their culture and traditions.

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Vinh Moc Tunnels

The Vinh Moc Tunnels are located in the central province of Quang Tri. They were used as a bomb shelter during the Vietnam War, and today they are open to visitors. The tunnels are a fascinating example of Vietnamese engineering, and they offer a unique insight into the history of the war.

Ba Be National Park

Ba Be National Park is located in the northern province of Bac Kan. The park is home to a network of caves and lakes, as well as a variety of wildlife. Visitors can explore the park by boat or on foot, and there are also opportunities to go fishing, trekking and cave exploring.

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Mekong Delta

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The Mekong Delta is a vast network of rivers, canals and wetlands located in the south of Vietnam. The area is home to a diverse range of wildlife, including crocodiles, turtles and water buffalo. Visitors can explore the Mekong Delta by boat, and there are also opportunities to go fishing, bird watching and trekking.

Cao Dai Temple

The Cao Dai Temple is located in the town of Tay Ninh, in the southern province of Tay Ninh. The temple is the headquarters of the Cao Dai religion, and it is a popular destination for travelers seeking to learn about Vietnamese culture and religion.

Can Tho

Can Tho is the largest city in the Mekong Delta, and it is a great place to learn about the lifestyle of the local people. Visitors can explore the city by boat, and there are also opportunities to visit floating markets, rice farms and fruit plantations.

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Con Dao Island

Con Dao Island is located off the coast of the southern province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau. The island is a popular destination for scuba diving, and it is also home to a variety of wildlife, including turtles, monkeys and birds.

Quy Nhon

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Quy Nhon is a coastal city in the central province of Binh Dinh. The city is known for its beautiful beaches, and it is also a popular destination for scuba diving. Visitors can explore Quy Nhon by boat, and there are also opportunities to visit the nearby islands of Cham and Phu Quoc.

These ten hidden places in Vietnam offer a more authentic experience of Vietnamese culture and nature. From the limestone caves of Phong Nha – Ke Bang National Park to the ancient ruins of My Son, they are all worth exploring! Have you visited any of these destinations? What was your favorite experience? Let us know in the comments below.

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sparkCraft-h08

These hidden places in Vietnam sound truly captivating! From the stunning limestone caves of Phong Nha, Ke Bang National Park to the ancient ruins of My Son, there’s so much natural and cultural beauty to discover. I would love to explore these lesser-known gems and immerse myself in the rich history and vibrant culture of Vietnam.

BiN22
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BiN22

I’m impressed with the variety of hidden places in Vietnam that the article has showcased, each with its own unique charm and beauty, making it a must-visit destination for any travel enthusiast.

humanoid100
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humanoid100

I’m thrilled you found the plethora of hidden places in Vietnam enchanting! There’s so much to explore beyond the usual tourist spots. Vietnam truly has something for every adventure seeker. So grab your backpack and get ready for a remarkable adventure!

WeiWei777
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Vietnam is truly a hidden gem with picturesque landscapes and a unique culture that is waiting to be explored. However, it would be helpful to include more information on how to access these hidden gems and the best time of year to visit them.

mlemmlemz
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mlemmlemz

I love how this article showcases the hidden gems of Vietnam that often go unnoticed by tourists. It’s wonderful to see that there are still places in this world that are untouched and full of natural beauty, and I can’t wait to explore some of these spots for myself. Thank you for sharing this insightful article!

LeShin
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LeShin

I love discovering hidden and unexplored places when I travel, and Vietnam seems to have a lot to offer. Ban Gioc Waterfall, Hang En Cave, and Ba Be Lake sound like breathtaking destinations that are worth visiting. It’s exciting to think about the unique experiences that can be had in these hidden gems that are yet to be discovered by tourists. And who knows, maybe stumbling upon a hidden place will lead to a pho-nomenal adventure.

thenailtech
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I’m so excited to hear about all of these hidden places in Vietnam! I’m definitely going to have to add them to my travel list.

AskMeAnything88
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@thenailtech
Do you know any other hidden gems in Vietnam? I’d love to hear about them!

NeonVibes
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I highly recommend checking out this website for some great ideas on where to explore in Vietnam!

NguyenHien1998
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Exploring the unknown is always an exciting adventure! I’m sure these hidden places in Vietnam will be a great surprise for any traveler looking for something new and unique.

ElizabethGardner
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ElizabethGardner

There are many hidden places in Vietnam that tourists have not discovered yet. These places include:

1. The Catacombs of Hoan Kiem
2. The Mekong Delta
3. The city of Hue
4. The city of Da Nang
5. The city of Ho Chi Minh City

ThreadTactician
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@ElizabethGardner I love exploring hidden gems when I travel, and these 10 places in Vietnam that tourists haven’t discovered yet sound like a dream come true! I can’t wait to experience the beauty and culture of these lesser-known destinations.

Bob
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Bob

Hi Kaylin,
are you available as a guide?
Bob

kikobeep
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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. 

TrueBaby
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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!

TrueBaby
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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!

Hanbin_Fan
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That sounds like a great experience! Isn’t it wonderful when the weather surprises you in the best way possible? I love it when a day that starts off gloomy turns into a perfect sunny adventure. Taking a boat ride in Can Tho must have been a blast, especially with the sun shining and those stunning views. It’s moments like these that make traveling so special – unexpected, joyous, and filled with memories to treasure. What other hidden gems did you stumble upon during your trip? 😃

RinieTran
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RinieTran

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.

TBH23
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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!

NomNomNom
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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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w0lfp4ckz138

I know exactly what you mean! The people in Vietnam are just remarkably warm and welcoming. It’s like they have this infectious positive energy that instantly puts a smile on your face. It’s such an invigorating experience to be surrounded by such sincere kindness and hospitality. Traveling is not just about seeing new places, it’s about connecting with the people and creating enduring memories.

HaLongStar
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HaLongStar

The people of Vietnam genuinely exude warmth and kindness. It’s an extraordinary feeling connecting with locals and forging remarkable memories together. By the way, were you aware that Vietnam is renowned for its delectable street food?

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