If you’re planning a honeymoon or just want a romantic getaway in an exotic location.
Most people who honeymoon in Vietnam still choose to head to the beaches, and romantic places and there are certainly some amazing ones here.
You’re looking for something a little more adventurous or different, there are plenty of other places in Vietnam what are wonderfully romantic and also off the beaten path.
Here are six of the highlights of the romantic places Vietnam has to offer:
1. Sapa town
Cold is sweeping through Sapa in northern Lao Cai Province but this famous tourist destination is still very lively and full of colour despite the dropping temperatures.
In that chilli weather however, life in Sapa is still very exciting.
The farmers are still seen collecting roses to transport to Hanoi, young men driving motorbikes to seek grass for their cattle, women flocking to a Sunday market and all the other daily activities one would expect.
Around the lake and church in the town’s centre, tourists are still strolling and soaking in the sight and culture, etc.
2. Hoi An ancient city
Hoi An ancient town (Quang Nam, Viet Nam) is located in the lower Thu Bon river, about 30km to the South of Danang city.
Thanks to the advantages of geography and climate, Hoi An used to be an international commercial harbor, where was considered the meeting place of Japanese, Chinese and Western merchant ships during XVII and XVIII centuries.
The ancient town still remained the values of architecture and culture during destructive wars as well as the massive urbanization at the end of 20th century.
Gradually, it became an attractive destination of int’l and domestic tourists.
3. My Khe- Danang
My Khe Beach, recognised as one of the most ideal beach when tourists visit Da Nang City, is huge beach with smooth sand and a slight slope.
Behind My Khe beach is a dark green poplar forest, and beside, the Kinh River carries crystal water to the sea.
It has coral, abundant plants and creatures along bankside and under sea.
4. Vinh Ninh Van -Nha Trang
Set on a private peninsula that’s just a sexy speedboat ride from coastal town Nha Trang in south-central Vietnam, romantic boutique hotel Six Senses Ninh Van Bay offers luxury for lovers.
Its 58 dreamy villas all feature seductive beds and bath tubs open to the outdoors, with private pools for cooling dips (choose between beach, spa or waterside settings).
You can also dine alfresco by the bay, the pool or up on the rocks for serene sea views – or book a table for two in the atmospherically lit Wine Cave, perfect for popping the question.
After quality pampering at the Six Senses Spa, make a date with a sunlounger on the secluded beach.
5. Phan Thiet
Whoever visiting Phan Thiet City, Binh Thuan Province could not help a journey to Mui Ne – a gracefully seductive sea cape. Tourists can easily be attracted by the deep blue of the sea, the goldern of the sun and sand, all converging in warmth and purity.
What makes Mui Ne a different fascinating seaside painting?
The answer consists of quite a few elements, such as beautiful beaches gently sloping to the sea, gentle breezes, pure sea, blue sky, and cristine reddish sand dunes.
More importantly, though grown up from a distant seaside far from the highway (with scattered poor fishing villages) to a community of hundreds of high-quality resorts, Mui Ne is still called the “Desert of golden sand”.
Still, visiting Mui Ne, you can see by your own eyes the fishing village “Mui Ne” – a typical Vietnam’s fishing seaside land in its daily life.
6. Phu Quoc island
It’s really a peaceful tropical paradise with turquoise waters, untouched natural environment, relaxed atmosphere, friendly locals…
Phu Quoc is an almost unknown destination in Vietnam tourism.
International tourists and Vietnamese alike just recently discovered Phu Quoc.