Top spots across central Vietnam to celebrate New Year’s Eve
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As the country’s third largest city, Da Nang is widely considered to be the best location nationwide in terms of peace and hospitality.
Hoi An city of Quang Nam province represents an attractive destination for both domestic and foreign travellers. Visitors are able to enjoy a diversity of Vietnamese, Chinese, Japanese, and European culture, all of which is on show through the local cuisine and architecture.
The Complex of Hue Monuments is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in Hue city in central Vietnam. The historical relic site represents an unmissable attraction for visitors.
Known as one of the most beautiful bays in the world, Nha Trang bay is considered a tourist paradise in Vietnam. Beaches and islands serve as ideal places in which visitors can enjoy the New Year holiday to escape from the north’s cold weather.
The central coastal province of Phu Yen captures the hearts of travelers through its fabulous destinations, including Ghenh Da Dia, also known as The Cliff of Stone Plates. Tourists who visit the site are usually fascinated by the masterpiece of stone that has been gifted by nature and is recognised as a national heritage.
Travelers visiting Ly Son island in Quang Ngai province are able to explore a variety of interesting tourist attractions involving To Vo gate, Cau cave, and Thoi Loi mountain. Tourists also have the chance of experiencing a number of exciting activities here, including swimming, scuba diving, camping, or simply enjoying fresh seafood.