If you are looking for Vietnam holidays for your vacation, maybe this will help you.
Vietnam has souring mountains, a fantastic coastline, and nice looking rice fields. Inland, peasant women tend to their fields and children ride buffalo s along country pathways. To escape the buzz of motorbikes in Vietnam, go west to the watery landscape of sleepy villages and green fields in the Mekong Delta.
To feel the spiritual, intellectual, and cultural side of this place, make a stop at Hue. This place is the home to pagodas, palaces, temples and tombs, and is host to the biennial arts festival. It is the place to see for culinary, historical, and cultural stimulation.
In Hanoi, the country’s capital, get up to watch the city work out around Hoan Kiem Lake, then show your respects to Uncle Ho in the Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum. You can see if you can find the ‘pickled fish street’ in the Old Quarter, and quench your thirst with draught beer at ‘bia hoi junction’.
While visiting in Vietnam you should eat on the Street. Vietnamese food is best in small market areas or at street side, and though it might be a little off-putting to some people, dining alfresco in old Indochina offers the most delicious and authentic meals. Prepare yourself for some cool dining experiences. If you’re in Ho Chi Minh City, you should try the Quan An Ngon Restaurant.
Vietnam’s remote mountain regions is another thing that you should experience. The Central Highlands and the far north, are home to a ethnic minorities. Ethnic hill tribe people practice their own brands of animistic religion and wear colourful traditional clothing.
So if you are looking to immerse yourself in the Vietnamese culture, you should try doing the above things while you are visiting there.