Whether you have a particular fondness for Asia’s scenery or not, Vietnam, a South East Asian country, is still worth giving a shot. This strange, yet spectacular country offers various degrees of luxury satisfying any newlywed. From ravishing beaches, untouched but peerless outer islands, gorgeous rice terraced fields to colorful cultures; Vietnam has as yet beguiled the couples in its own way. Here are some among thousands of reasons why you should book a flight and make your way to this magnificent land to have a blissed-out Vietnam honeymoon.

1. Home to a wide range of 5-star resorts

Opulent resort in Danang

Opulent resort in Danang (source: Internet)

If you are going in search of a honeymoon destination to splurge on, Vietnam couldn’t be more appropriate. This country has been blessed by over-3000-km coastline and is awash with magnificent beaches from the North to the South, hence the appearance of a variety of upscale beach-front resorts where affluent couples can have a truly hassle-free honeymoon.

Here are some:

  • Six Senses Ninh Van Bay Resort
  • Six Senses Con Dao Resort
  • Intercontinental Danang Sun Peninsula Resort
  • Amanoi Resort
  • JW Marriott Phu Quoc Emerald Bay Resort & Spa

These hotels boast of being located in the prime locations of the country and offer world-class facilities and service. Of course, the price per night out there is incredibly prohibitive ranging from at least $1000, though note that you get what you pay for is always true at these luxury honeymoon destinations in Vietnam.

2. An ideal honeymoon destination for those on a budget

Mid-range resort

Mid-range resort (source: Internet)

Even though Vietnam owns a wide range of opulent resorts coming with an exorbitant price that only wealthy people can afford, you can still have an absolute blast if you are on a budget. Regardless of all of those pricey hotels mentioned-above, everything in Vietnam is dirt cheap from food, accommodation to activities. A mid-range hotel or resort is still totally able to provide you with the best.

Scoring a great flight deal would not be too challenging if you wend your way to Vietnam, as virtually all flights are quite inexpensive. Another plus is that the transfer cost comes with an incredibly low rate. Vietnam is somehow a budget-friendly destination because of this.

3. A fundamentally different image of the underwater world

Scuba diving

Scuba diving (source: Internet)

Beaches have been by far the most valuable legacy from Mother Nature for Vietnam. There are an abundance of water-related activities offered to tourists. The underwater life is relatively colorful and lively. Vietnamese beaches luckily have these qualities and have become an alluring attraction in the eyes of not only honeymooners but also the majority of backpackers, tourists, and even locals.

Scuba diving, snorkeling, and kite surfing has gained more popularity recently. Any newlyweds will have a quality time together on their Vietnam honeymoon for sure. Coastal cities like Da Nang, Nha Trang or islands, Phu Quoc, Con Dao as such offer it all.

4. Beach is not the only thing on the offer

Landscape in Sapa

Landscape in Sapa (Source: Internet)

If you feel a sense of disgust with a plethora of beaches, it’s time to change the vibe. Indeed, if honeymooners wish to have a romantic break with some adventure, Vietnam is definitely the place to be. With the exception of beaches, islands, and coastal cities, there are also mountainous areas in the North or Caves in the Centre which are the legacy of nature for Vietnam.

Your honeymoon could turn over a new leaf once you arrive at one of these more adventurous locations, where you are surrounded by only karst mountains or lust forests and of course, no more beaches appear.

If the type of honeymoon you enjoy is adventurous; Ha Giang, Sapa, and Moc Chau will be the best choice for you. They are all located in Northern Vietnam. If you make your way to roughly 500 kilometers south, you will head up to the kingdom of caves of Phong Nha – Ke Bang, which is home to a series of record-breaking caves, comprising of the world’s largest cave of Hang Son Doong.

5. Hospitable locals

Accommodating locals

Accommodating locals (Source: Internet)

If you, unfortunately, get lost in the middle of nowhere, don’t be alarmed. Vietnamese, indeed residing in remote or rural areas, are truly kind-hearted and always willing to help tourists.

The fact is that almost all Vietnamese always treat and great foreign travelers with their true warmness.

6. A melting pot of cuisine

Hanoi cuisine

Hanoi’s cuisine

Vietnamese food is widely regarded as one of the world’s best-loved cuisines and was praised by lots of world-leading master chefs and even prestigious newspapers, CNN Travel and The Guardian. Most of those who have once tried Vietnamese food have said that every dish is an absolutely lip-smacking combination from budget-friendly dishes in plain street side stalls to fine food in plush lounges.

The flavors in Vietnamese food is highly distinctive than any other. Your Vietnam honeymoon will certainly be perfected with a wide range of delectable dishes offered here. Some might be hard to forget and encourage you to bring them home with you.

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PostDate: 23/08/2018