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Halong Bay is a must-come destination in the North Vietnam. With so many things to do in this place, it's tough to decide what to do first. These are the most popular activities that are loved by most tourists.

Markets are popular destinations for tourists to visit in Hanoi. Visiting markets is a great way to explore the culture and you can also buy a lot of things and enjoy Hanoi's cuisine as well.

Hanoi always offers tourists a lot of things to do even when it rains. Look at our suggestions below to find the most interesting and suitable ones for to when travelling to Hanoi on rainy days.

Mountainous areas of northern Vietnam is among the best places all over the country for trekking. Depending on their trekking skills and ability, tourists can choose the trekking route which is most suitable, as Sapa offers a wide range of trekking spots from easy to hard level.

Here is the list of the most famous trekking areas voted by both local and foreign travellers.

There are three popular routes to conquer Fansipan, with the starting point is Tram Ton pass, Cat Cat ethnic village or Sin Chai; in which Sin Chai route is said to be the most beautiful but the most dangerous also.

The tropical waters of the Andaman Sea are ideal for snorkeling – clear, calm, balmy and bursting with brilliant marine life. Snorkeling can be done year-round in Phuket, but the best time of year is November-April, when the sea’s at its most placid.

On the special occasion, there are many traditional activities taken place to greet Lunar New Year such as: making square cakes, Tet jam, decorating the house with peach blossom, apricot blossom, kumquat tree, etc.

For diving in Phu Quoc, the true treasures around Phu Quoc Island are hidden below the surface where the panorama bursts into a virtual array of colours and corals – Diving. The warm, nutrient rich water draws vast schools of tropical fish.

One of the Caribbean’s most enchanting sailing & cruising areas, Cuba has it all—natural marvels, gorgeous weather and historical charm. The first known sailor to drop anchor off this green-and-blue isle was Christopher Columbus.