Vietnam TravelNghe An: Vietnam’s Most Underrated Province

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Nghe An is Vietnam’s most underrated province. Though it may not be as well-known as some of the country’s more popular destinations, Nghe An has a lot to offer tourists and travelers alike. From its stunning natural scenery to its rich history and culture, Nghe An is a must-see destination for anyone visiting Vietnam.

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Nghe An is Vietnam’s most underrated province. Though it may not be as well-known as some of the country’s more popular destinations, Nghe An has a lot to offer tourists and travelers alike. From its stunning natural scenery to its rich history and culture, Nghe An is a must-see destination for anyone visiting Vietnam.

Nghe An is located in central Vietnam, and is home to some of the country’s most beautiful beaches. Visitors can also enjoy hiking and camping in the province’s many national parks, or take a boat trip down one of Nghe An’s many rivers.

In addition to its natural attractions, Nghe An is also home to several important historical and cultural sites. The province’s capital, Vinh, is home to the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, where visitors can pay their respects to the late Vietnamese leader. Nghe An is also home to the temples of My Son, which are some of the oldest and most well-preserved Hindu temples in Vietnam.

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Nghe An has a long and rich history, dating back to ancient times. The province was once home to the Kingdom of Champa, an important maritime trading empire that flourished in central Vietnam from the 2nd century AD to the 18th century.

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The Cham people, who are the descendants of the Kingdom of Champa, still live in Nghe An today. Visitors to the province can learn about the Cham people’s unique culture and history at the Cham Museum in Vinh.

Nghe An is also home to several important historical and cultural sites. The province’s capital, Vinh, is home to the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum, where visitors can pay their respects to the late Vietnamese leader. Nghe An is also home to the temples of My Son, which are some of the oldest and most well-preserved Hindu temples in Vietnam.

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Nghe An is home to some of the most beautiful and diverse natural scenery in Vietnam. The province’s coastline stretches for over 200 kilometers, and is dotted with pristine beaches and sheltered bays.

Nghe An is also home to several national parks, including Cuc Phuong National Park, which is Vietnam’s oldest national park. Visitors to Cuc Phuong can explore the park’s jungle trails, visit a turtle conservation center, or take a boat trip down one of the park’s many rivers.

In addition to its beaches and national parks, Nghe An is also home to some of Vietnam’s most stunning limestone formations. The province’s Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park is home to the world’s largest cave, Son Doong Cave, as well as a number of other large caves and underground rivers.

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photo: Trà My

Nghe An is home to some of Vietnam’s best-known cuisine. The province’s capital, Vinh, is famous for its noodle soup, which is often made with beef or chicken. Nghe An is also home to a number of regional specialties, such as banh khot, a type of fried rice cake, and nem nguyen, a type of spring roll.

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Nghe An is also home to several vineyards, and produces a number of excellent red and white wines. Visitors to the province can visit one of Nghe An’s many wineries, or enjoy a glass of wine with a meal at one of the province’s many restaurants.

Nghe An is a beautiful and diverse province that has something to offer everyone. From its stunning beaches and national parks to its rich history and culture, Nghe An is a must-see destination for anyone visiting Vietnam. If you’re looking for an off the beaten path destination in Vietnam, be sure to check out Nghe An. You won’t be disappointed!

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homeg1rl
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I have never been here but it sounds amazing! I will have to make a point to plan a trip here, even if I stay in other places, I want to at least spend a few days here!

Boo_chan
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I think Nghe An is underrated because of the weather and insects. A lot of people just can;’t tolerate the mosquitoes and don’t like going to areas like this because of them. 

VINAMI
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@boo_chan I heard some people mention this. I think this seems to be the case where there are larger pockets of water. I never had issues myself but I tend not to get attacked by them.

LOFIre
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I have distant relatives who lived here for several years. They moved to be closer to the city 10 years ago for an easier life. I think this place is beautiful and I am happy more people are learning about it. 

MrZero
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This is a wonderful place. I can’t say I have stayed here or visited but I have family who have and they love it. I should really plan a trip here instead of going to places I already know I love. Try something new!

NomNomNom
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Nghe An must be underrated for sure as this is the first time I am actually reading about it. I know I have heard of the area but never as a travel destination. I am going to have to look into this place more. Thanks for writing about it!

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LeShin

I am so glad you are interested in Nghe An! I had never heard of it either, but I’m so glad I found out about it. The people are so friendly and the area is absolutely beautiful. It’s definitely underrated, which is why I think you should definitely go there ASAP!

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