She highlighted Ho Chi Minh City as a capital vibrating with energy, innovation and traffic, describing the city as the economic heart of the country and the main hub of the southern region.
A free-wheeling cosmopolitan city, the dynamic city combines old and new Vietnam in the most compact space, representing the past as well as the future, she said, adding that Ho Chi Minh City was honored with the title of Asia’s Leading Business Travel Destination.
Meanwhile, Hanoi, founded more than 1,000 years ago, remains a jewel in the crown of Vietnamese tourism.
The capital is rich in history, with its wandering Old Quarter streets dating back to the 14th century. “Wandering through these tree-lined walkways, crumbling colonial facades, will take you back in time,” she said.
However, today the city is much more than in the past, according to the site, which adds that the Old Town is revitalized with modern cafés, world-class restaurants, and great art galleries.
The Hanoi Tourism Department has been named Asia’s Best Tourist Destination at the World Travel Awards.
According to Breaking Travel News, with wide beaches, great street food, the legendary Hai Van Pass, and a growing selection of cafes, restaurants and bars, Da Nang is a fast-growing favorite on Vietnam’s tourist itinerary.
The warm sands of My Khe Beach stretch south from the mountainous Son Tra peninsula, hosting some of the country’s best luxury resorts.
She commented that Da Nang is a foodie’s dream destination, with dozens of seaside restaurants and street food stalls.
Da Nang Tourism Promotion Center was honored as Asia’s Leading Festival and Event Destination at the World Travel Awards.
Moc Chau was also honored by the World Travel Awards who was named Asia’s Leading Regional Natural Destination earlier this year.
A rural area in the northwest of the country, the area remains undisturbed by mass tourism. The site confirmed that the area is home to the famous tea hills that stretch across the highland landscape, offering some of the most amazing views anywhere in the country.
She noted that Vietnam fully reopened its doors to tourists earlier this year, allowing visitors to be free to discover and enjoy various wild natural destinations such as limestone mountains, green terraced rice fields and white sandy beaches.