Vietnam eVisa: five attractions to explore

With the summer holidays looming, it’s time to plan your trips abroad – so why not Vietnam?

Here are five attractions in Vietnam that you may want to explore.

Hoi An

Head to Hoi An, a city with lots of historic architecture.

The old town offers well-preserved merchant houses representing the trading centre from the 15th century.

The town used to be the focus of Japanese and Chinese merchants looking for local silks, but nowadays, plenty of these sites are open to the public, making you feel like you’re in ancient times.

Don’t miss the Tan Jy House from the 17th century, with fabulous decorative elements.

Explore the Japanese bridge and the Assembly Hall of the Fujian Chinese Congregation with its decorated temple. The intricate design will blow your mind.

Sapa countryside

Visit the Sapa countryside for some fresh air. The green rice fields will make you want to stay forever.

The landscape is framed by the peaks of the Hoang Lien Mountains, which provide the most spectacular views of rural Vietnam.

These valleys are home to minorities, such as Hmong, Red Dzao, and Giay.

The tallest peak here is Fansipan Mountain. Most adventurers choose to do treks and hike around the villages to have the best mountain views.


Don’t miss Vietnam’s capital, Hanoi, with its frenetic chaos and charm you won’t find anywhere else.

Although the pollution, constant noise, and frenzy will put you off, this is the city life in Vietnam.

The old town offers a look at the country’s history through its architecture.

Check the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology and Vietnam Fine Art Museum to learn more about the historical processes of this side of Asia.

Nha Trang

If you want a beach destination in Vietnam, check out Nha Trang.

The six kilometres along the city transport you to a relaxing holiday and during summer, you will find it full of families and visitors.

There are swimming areas to enjoy the sea, and the sun and sand are perfect for a quiet getaway.

You can also explore the Po Nagar Cham Towers, a place of worship since the seventh century.

In addition, you can visit the museum dedicated to Alexandre Yersin, who found out the cause of the bubonic plague.

Cu Chi Tunnels

Finally, go to the Cu Chi Tunnels, an extensive network of tunnels built during the war extending over 250 kilometres.

It connected the whole of Ho Chi Minh City and helped the Vietnamese troops during the conflict with US forces.

Local guides can show you two sections with narrow, unlit confines, so it’s not the best scenario for claustrophobic people.

There are even sections where you need to crawl, so think about it before embarking on this adventure.

Access the site through Ben Dinh village or Ben Duoc village. 


If you want to explore Vietnam, then you’ll need to confirm the documentation you need for a smooth entry.

The [Vietnam eVisa] may be the solution. This electronic visa provides entry to Vietnam for up to 30 days and a single entry.

The good news is that the process is 100% online, which means you only need an internet connection to start.

Even better, **** can provide a simple procedure to help you process the application.

Complete an online form with your details, send the digital application and leave the rest to the experts.

After the processing period has passed, you will receive the **Vietnam eVisa** in your email inbox. Display it to airport officials for a quick entry to Vietnam.

If you have questions during the process, you can contact its customer agents.

Remember to verify the latest COVID-19 restrictions to comply with the health protocols.

Featured image credit: David McKelvey via Flickr under CC BY 2.0 license

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