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5 Bucket List Experiences to Enjoy in Vietnam – Highlights of the country

One of the most interesting things to do if you need something good to wear to an unexpected occasion during your travel is to get your suite for the evening tailored. Custom-made clothes are very cheap in Vietnam, therefore get a few tailored. After handing in your measurements, you could always take a walk around the old town. You'll feel like you are truly taking a trip down ancient Hoi An with do many old buildings still standing.

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Hai Van Pass

If you've not heard about the place before, it is one of the destinations that were much loved by Top Gear and holds one of the most scenic seaside travel routes in the world! There are many rental shops for motorbikes advertising this route. So, grab your motorbike for a cheap rate and set off on a gentle cruise along the route.

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Phong Nha Ke Bang

In Vietnam, the border that is shared with Laos is often left out of many traveller's lists. Still, there is much more here than meets the eye. Since there will be fewer crowds why not visit these limestone fields to discover the mysterious caves that lie deep within? Being one of the largest caves in the world, the site is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The caves reach out to over many kilometres.

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Visit the dunes

If you are staying at a Quy Nhon hotel the likes of Anantara Quy Nhon Villas, and you are itching for some adventure, how about visiting dunes? Does Vietnam have dunes? Although a little hard to believe, the answer is yes. In this area, the weather is quite hot, but you'll forget all about it once you arrive and learn about the number of fun things to do here.

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Hanoi's Old Quarter

Hanoi is not your typical city, nonetheless, it is impressive indeed! Blending in well with the modern office buildings are the ancient parts of the city. Hanoi is said to have been established more than a thousand years ago. A local king named Ly Thai To built his palace in Hanoi centuries ago, craftsman and artist began to open shop here as well. To date, the ancient streets of Hanoi have named according to the crafts sold down each lane. The roads are winding and romantic to stroll through as well, so why not give it a try?

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The Floating Markets

Set adrift on the Mekong Delta are heaps and heaps of vegetables on a floating platform where vendors can set up shop. The sheer number of vegetables bring a lot of colour to the market here. Visit and you'll be able to catch a glimpse of the way locals do their shopping.

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Tailored clothes

One of the most interesting things to do if you need something good to wear to an unexpected occasion during your travel is to get your suite for the evening tailored. Custom-made clothes are very cheap in Vietnam, therefore get a few tailored. After handing in your measurements, you could always take a walk around the old town. You'll feel like you are truly taking a trip down ancient Hoi An with do many old buildings still standing.

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