There are so many reasons as to why we love Vietnam—after all, their culture is a rich and fascinating one, with multiple facets that must be experienced. The entire country seems bathed in golden glow, with delicious food and adventurous terrain to boot. In particular, we're missing Hoi An, a small town just south of Da Nang in Central Vietnam. While Hoi An seems a humble locale, tourism had begun its boom in the late 2010s. Here, travellers discovered a delightful haven of idyllic lifestyles nestled along gorgeous seasides and complemented by some of the country's most authentic food—from cao lầu noodles to street-side bánh mì.
Other popular destinations include Hanoi, where a delightful afternoon can be spent riding through the emerald green waters of Ha Long Bay, and Ho Chi Minh, the bustling city of Saigon, where Vietnamese city life proves an invigorating respite from the usual humdrum of everyday routine.