Phu Quoc island in Kien Giang province attracts tourists for its beautiful scenery and also many special products like fish sauce, pepper, rose myrtle wine and juice. These local products have made Phu Quoc famous.
When we asked our Enfys for suggestions on ‘must do’ experiences in Vietnam, she gave us a huuuuge list. Here is just ten of her suggestions of ‘must do’s’ in Vietnam…..more to come from Laos and Cambodia soon.
The Mekong Delta is a myriad of waterways, orchards and paddy fields. This is where the Mekong River splits into giant tributaries that spread out to form the vast flatland stretching from Ho Chi Minh’s city limits to the Gulf of Thailand.
Visiting a local home in the country you are travelling in can be a wonderful experience. In Hanoi, I had the chance to have just such an experience, when the Van family hosted me and my companions for the evening.
If you’re planning on visiting Vietnam, the chances are that the northern capital Hanoi and southern hub of Ho Chi Minh City (AKA Saigon) will both be right at the top of your list of places to visit.
If you travel to Nha Trang, do not forget to visit the Oceanographic Museum of Vietnam to learn about the beautiful and rare sea creatures housed here.