10 Incredible Things to Do in Vietnam 🇻🇳 Hidden Gems



This is 10 incredible things to do in Vietnam. I give you some hidden gems, some “off the beaten path” experiences, some shoestring options and budget travel ideas, plus information, advice, and tips to use when you are traveling Vietnam. This is an amazing country, so I recommend checking out all of my Vietnam videos to see all the amazing things you can do in this country. Pull out your pad and paper, take some notes. We have a lot of information to go over. We’re about to travel all over Vietnam to discover hidden gems like Poem Mountain in Halong, the limestone cliffs of Ninh Binh, the famous lanterns of Hoi An, and the bustling streets and street food of Hanoi. We try Vietnamese street food, Bahn Mi, Pho, and more. Subscribe to follow this adventure around the world, and last but not least, please leave a comment below and ask me any questions about Vietnam that you have.
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48 thoughts on “10 Incredible Things to Do in Vietnam 🇻🇳 Hidden Gems

  1. btw. If anybody is interested to know more about the Vietnam War, try to get this documentary
    https://www.netflix.com/vn-en/title/80997770
    I found it incredible interesting.
    This epic 18-hour documentary series from acclaimed filmmakers Ken Burns and Lynn Novick, offers perhaps the definitive examination of the protracted and controversial conflict that claimed so many lives and, arguably, achieved so little.

  2. Hey,
    Loved your Vietnam vlogs.
    We also have a plan to visit Vietnam in this month.
    Duration: 17.01.2020 – 25.01.2019
    Places want to cover – Da Nang, Hoi An, Hue
    Fly to Hanoi. Cover Hanoi, Ninh Binh, 2d1n Halong Bay
    Now that i was checking the weather forecast of these places during our stay ,we found mostly rainy with 70-90% precipitation.
    Now i am really afraid about our trip,will be really greatful if someone can help.

  3. Hi, is this part of vietnam in Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City? Want to book a flight. Just need to know which aiport to go to

  4. I’m from Vietnam and I moved to Cali when I was a lil baby ;-;

    I don’t remember what it was like and always thought it was a bad place bc people always talked about the bad things.

  5. Hi Alex. I enjoyed watching your video! We are planning on heading to Vietnam in a few weeks and this has really helped us plan the activities to do! Is there a short motorbike trip you recommend in particular? We will have 3 weeks in Vietnam and would like to fit a lot of these activities you listed, but also want to maybe do an extended bike trip (<1 week though). Not sure how realistic this is. Any advice you have would be great! Thanks!

  6. 2 weeks ago I went to see your recommended view from poem mountain, and to my suprise the woman was asking 250.000 VND per person just to let me go through her backyard, which is an absurd! Not to mention, you have to climb a tree to get acess to the path. She doesn't even put a stair to make it easier to go up. What a joke! Not recommended

  7. I am from Vietnam and I love traveling, I have tried to find a Travel Vlog to improve my English. Your voice is very clear and slow, easy to hear. It is very helpful to have both travel knowledge and lẻarning English . thank you

  8. You’re blatantly right when you said people can explore different things in every corners of Vietnam! So many things to do, so I recommend that you can add more must-do things in Vietnam including mountainous areas in the North and Quang Binh as the King of caves in Vietnam!

  9. DALAT! Do not skip this gem, it's amazing! Waterfalls, mountains, food, views, greenhouses, some history, and not too touristic 🙂 plus strawberries and avocados haha. My absolute fav

  10. – Ha Long mountain view ? Yet to come.
    – Hanoi streets? Yet to come.
    – Ninh Binh: Been there, agree. Vietnams tallest Buddha Statue is there. BTW Thai Hoa
    is a totally new developed City… streets like in the US, amazing.
    – Hoi An: Been ther, agree.
    – Ha Long Bay tour: Did a similar tour, starting frm Cat Ba. With a climbing crew. Check it out. I
    recommend "Asia outdoors".
    – Mui ne: Been there. Disagree. Riding either white or red dunes is lame. If You pay 800K for
    the white dune, insist on getting Your own quad. / Fairy stream ? Totally agree.
    – Street food: Of course I agree.
    – Sleeper bus ? Comming soon.
    – Ha Long cave ? In Son Trach is THE CAVE.
    – Historic Saigon ? Partially done.
    – Ride around ? Done 4 times. Agree. BTW the only way to experience Vietnam as a whole. Buy
    a scooter in A and sell it in B. More and
    more agencies even started offering a rental in the most big cities, and You can return it in
    another city. And remember:
    Nga Nghi's are everywhere for a cheap nap, also with a place for Your xe may.

    My adds would be:

    – Visit all night markets, wherever You are…
    – Visit Haiphong ( as it is the third largest city, but not well known for tourism . From there a
    ferry to Cat Ba. This is another route to see the Ha Long Bay, and a new bridge is also
    constructed
    – Buy a scooter and do the Ho Chi Minh trail, prefereably from the north to the south.
    ( Avoid AH1 whenever possible ).
    – Visit the world largest's cave in Son Trach ( Phong Nha Ke Bang )
    – Ride the Hai Van pass
    – Eat Chilie-Snails in Da Nang, near the trainstation
    – Take a ride in a night train, from Da Nang to Nha Trang ( your bikes will either come 9 hours
    later, or, if You was smart, they are already waiting for You )
    – Ride from Nha Trang to Dalat ( and take a warm jacket with you ). The road is awesome,
    and then ride from Dalat to Saigon ( and do not miss the elephant falls, Pongur waterfalls
    and Datanla ), there are some quite nice Nha Nghi's on that road.
    – Take a local bus from Ha Tien to Can Tho, BUT hop off and head to Rach Gia ( well known
    among LOCAL tourists BUT NO westerners ) and try to buy scooters there. Order a meal at
    the promenade just by blindly pointing on the vietnamese words with Your finger. Eat it.
    – Plan Your private mekong trip ( Rach Gia, Ca Mau, Bac Lieu, Soc Trang, Tra Vinh, Ben Tre,
    Vung Tau. AND use all ferries, You can get.
    – Do the beach-road: Vung Tau, La Gi, Phan Tiet, Phan Rang, Nha Trang, AND stay some
    nights on those rocky-sandy white beaches. Really.
    – Drink vietnamese coffe and Try Thit Heo Quay.

  11. Wow you go to every single places in Vietnam
    I haven’t even go there since the tickets are so expensive
    Well I did go to Ha Long Bay
    Hanoi well I live there so I don’t have to pay to go there
    And I did go to Ho Chi Minh City
    There are many places you could visit in Vietnam but do you have it when all of it
    I couldn’t go because the tickets are freaking expensive
    Well to a travel like you the tickets are cheap but for Vietnamese like me The tickets are at least 4000 Vietnam dong
    So I couldn’t go to a lot of places

  12. f you come to Hoi An, spend a little bit time to visit Faifo Making Village at address: Land 21, Thanh Ha ward, Hoi An city, Quang Nam, Viet Nam. This is a fantastic place for coffee fanatics. Let's come.

  13. Hello Alexander. Im from Viet Nam :), i watch your video, so detail. But, the next time, if u come back, you can travel around Norther Viet Nam. Special, Ha Giang province. Im travel blogger from Viet Nam
    . My blog www.xukien.com

  14. Hi, did you book the boat before arrival or after you reached Ha long bay? Please let me know, it would be really helpful

  15. hi man, do you have any recommendations about the travel busses or the scooter rental: for example, where did you book your ticket for the bus and what organization is trustworthy to rent a scooter from? I'm leaving for Vietnam in 3 months and your video really sums up all the things I want to do but you ad interesting things, good job! so can you help me?

  16. 1. Skip halong bay and go to cat ba! Same thing but without the drunk fvcks and way cheaper.

    2. You NEED to do the ha giang loop, best experience of my life! Sooo sick

    Thank me later 🤙🏻

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  18. Hey hi Alexander.. thank you for sharing the places.. I will be doing 1 day halong bay tour, as you mentioned we will be covering caves. I was also planning to do 1 day phong nha cave exploration from hue. Do you think I can skip this as I'm already covering caves in halong bay tour. What you think?

  19. i really love your video. Your voice is easy to understand and it helps me a lot to improve my English. Actually i am a Vietnamese and love travelling, but i haven't come to these places. It is wonderful to watch a video introducing about my country from a foreigner <3

  20. Thanks @Alexander Travelbum so much. I'm Vietnamese and I love travelling so much, I like this video and this, at my target: Make a video about discovery Vietnam by English. This video makes me motivation to do it. Thank you again!

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