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Updated by Joanna James on Sep 13, 2018
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What's New in Vietnam

Vietnam has never failed to please its visitors with exotic and compelling attractions. Its breathtaking beauty and rich heritage create unforgettable experiences. Here's what's new in Vietnam:

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Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park

One of Vietnam's most popular attractions, this fascinating national park boasts the world's largest and third largest caves. Adding to the existing line-up exciting adventures, are awesome zip-line, kayaking and swimming combination to the Dark Cave (Hang toi) and Hang Va. Other highlights include camping in a cave and sleeping in a hammock under the stars in the jungle. When staying at a resort in Mui Ne, such as the Anantara Mui Ne Resort & Spa, speak to the reception to help you get the best deals on your adventure.

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Indulge in the awesome beer in Ho Chi Minh City

Beat the heat by treating yourself to some of the best American beer brewed in all of Thailand. The Pasteur Street Brewing Company brews craft beer using some of the best ingredients. Their award-winning beer is the key highlight at many pubs and bars. When touring cities like Saigon, look for the Pasteur Street beer signage outside the best bars and hotels.

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Vespa Adventures

You've never experienced the nooks and crannies of Vietnam until you've signed up for the services of Vespa Adventures. Established only in 2007, they offer a series of exciting and unique tours all over the city. Their culturally immersive tours are geared to help you enjoy your tour like never before, without compromising quality, luxury and authenticity. Tours include experiences in Saigon, Ho Chi Minh, Mui Ne and Nha Trang. The best part is that all tours are conducted on vintage motorbikes and promises you the "ride of your life".

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Visit Bai Xep

This little fishing village with a population of just 650 is the perfect escape for a quiet, exotic holiday. Showcasing a gorgeous shoreline, Bai Xep is located a mere 10km from Qui Nhon. What you'll love about Bai Xep is that despite being a secluded little village, it has an amazing vibe and chilled out bars and restaurants. The people are very friendly too! Don't forget to check out the Island Boat Trip for a fine mix of adventure and relaxation.

5

Lotte Tower

Located in Hanoi, the Lotte Tower is the second tallest in Vietnam and stands at 65-storeys. It comprises of a number of office spaces, a department store, the Lotte Mart, Evian Spa, a range of restaurants and a truly fascinating highlight, the observation deck. The deck features sweeping panoramic views of Hanoi, a sight that must be seen to be believed. At night, the space is utilised to offer a fantastic dining experience. Another attraction at the deck is the Sky Walk. Its transparent glass floor and rotating functionality set the stage for an overwhelming experience.

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Go 'SUP'ing

Head over to Lan Ha Bay and experience the excitement of the Stand Up Paddleboard or SUP for short. SUP or kayak through hidden lagoons, caves, floating villages and rocky archways. The sceneries are simply mind-blowing. SUP itself is fast becoming popular worldwide, but what place to learn and experience it than right here in Vietnam?

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