Feb. 27, 2011
-- Vietnam is one of the most beautiful countries located in the South East Asia. In the North, Vietnam shares the long borderline with China. In the East, Vietnam is bordered by the Gulf of Tonkin, in the East and South by the South China Sea, in the South West by the Gulf of Thailand, and in the West by Cambodia and Laos. Owning to stretching the length of the Indochinese Peninsula, Vietnam boasts a unique shape of an elongated S and a long coastline of 3,444km (2,140 miles) with a lot of wonderful sites.
Thanks to its long coastline, there are a few infamous coastal cities of Vietnam that are highlighted as “cannot miss” by foreign visitors. Those cities are Nha Trang, Phan Thiet (with the picturesque Mui Ne), Danang.
Being a coastal city and the political, economic, cultural and tourism center in Khanh Hoa province, Nha Trang (http://vietnamhotels.net/nha-trang/
) is also known as a city of festivals such as Sea Festival, Miss Universe 2008, Miss World 2010, etc. It is widely recognized because of its gorgeous beaches which have turned this place into a scenic collection draw many tourists to this place. In fact Nha Trang is often referred to as the "Seaside Resort" of Vietnam. Having vast tranquil beaches and the finest climatic conditions, the Nha Trang Beaches, Vietnam are perfect for a lovely holiday. With its dramatic development in tourism, there are many Nha Trang hotels built up to accommodate the increasing demand of travelers. Ranging from very luxurious to cheap Nha Trang hotel, tourists with all kind of budgets can find a hotel room and enjoy a nice vacation in this city.
Phan Thiet (http://vietnamhotels.net/phan-thiet/
) is known as the home to some of the most beautiful and the most visited of the Vietnam tourist attractions. To the east of Phan Thiet are some exquisite beaches, one of the greatest attractions in the region. They are totally different from one another. While some are lined with coconut trees, the others are next to vast sand dunes. The most famous tourist attraction in Phan Thiet is the Mui Ne Sand Dunes. 12 miles east of Phan Thiet, the sand dunes are nothing short of nature's work of art. The elements of wind have given it a shape worth viewing. Another attraction of Phan Thiet is its proximity to Mui Ne Cape. It is a 21km arc of fine sand with a perfect combination of the sun and blue pacific water giving rise to a spectacular view. Like the rest of Vietnam, Phan Thiet is rapidly changing, and the biggest change of all is its growth in the hospitality industry. This is clearly indicated in the growing system of accommodations and hotel in Phan Thiet. Quieter than Nha Trang, Phan Thiet is a well-kept secret with some nice Mui Ne resorts to recommend.
Da Nang (http://vietnamhotels.net/da-nang/
) is the fourth largest central city of Vietnam, after Ho Chi Minh city (Saigon), Ha Noi and Hai Phong. It has an area of nearly 1,260 km2, and a population of 752,493 people. Together with Hue, Da Nang is the city in the South Center Coast, on the coast of South China Sea, the middle of Vietnam. The city itself has neither the atmosphere of Hanoi nor the hustle-bustle of Ho Chi Minh City, but has its share of sights, and is close to the charms of Hoi An and the imperial capital of Hue. Why do they call it the seaside & riverside city? Because Da Nang is a picturesque city by the Han river, and by the coast of the East Sea with distinctive attractiveness in comparison with other sea cities, luring hundreds of thousands of tourists from around the world! Being similar to other big cities in Vietnam such as HCMC and Hanoi, Danang is mushroomed with hotels and resorts thanks to the growing number of tourists and travelers flocking to the city. Danang hotels are pretty affordable to most of tourists with medium traveling budget. There are luxury Danang resorts and hotels to satisfy tourists with a more expensive taste and cheap ones for those with tight budgets as well.
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