Vietnam highlights: The ultimate Vietnam bucket list

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30 must-do experiences in Vietnam: THE BEST THINGS TO DO

Welcome to the land of the dragon, where ancient traditions blend harmoniously with modern vibes! Welcome to Vietnam! From the green rice terraces of Sapa in the north to the bustling streets of Ho Chi Minh City or the tropical beaches of Phu Quoc in the south, Vietnam has unique things to do for everyone!

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This Southeast Asian gem has tons of unforgettable experiences and highlights such as breathtaking natural landscapes, rich historical heritage, and a culinary scene that will tease your taste buds.

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We’ve spent 2 months in Vietnam, and in this article, we’ll share our favorite must-do experiences and fun things to do in Vietnam, so you don’t miss out on anything during your Vietnam travels.

These 30 Vietnam bucket list items will spark your desire to visit and explore this fantastic country too! So, get ready to uncover the magic of Vietnam!

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Cruise and kayak through the limestone karsts of Ha Long Bay

Ha Long Bay can not be skipped in this Vietnam travel bucket list article, as it is undoubtedly one of the most unique things to do in Vietnam. An overnight cruise through this UNESCO World Heritage site offers a surreal experience, as you go through the mystical landscape.

However, Ha Long Bay is not a secret and can be overcrowded. So we advise you to go on a 3-day / 2-night cruise that will take you further to the more unknown Ba Tu Long Bay.

Read more: Our perfect overnight cruise to Ha Long Bay and Ba Tu Long Bay

During this cruise, you can kayak through the tranquil waters, exploring hidden caves and secluded beaches. From the deck of your ship, you can get in awe over the beauty of this natural wonder and iconic Vietnamese must-do destination.

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Ha Long Bay overnight cruise must-do Vietnam

Try Vietnam’s delicious street food

Immerse yourself in the bustling street food scene of Vietnam. Both food lovers and photography enthusiasts will never get bored with the many street food stalls and vendors you can find all over the country!

From savoring steaming bowls of pho in Hanoi’s Old Quarter to the crispy delights of Banh Xeo in Ho Chi Minh City center, trying Vietnam’s street food is one of the top things to do in Vietnam.

Go sit on one of the tiny plastic stools or stroll through a bustling market while enjoying some fresh spring rolls or sizzling grilled meat. Remember, only buy freshly cooked items or peeled fruits and choose food stalls where the locals go too.

TIP: Book a street food tour in Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City to dive deep into the country’s rich food culture and traditions.

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Street food in Ho Chi Minh City Must-do in Vietnam

Trek through the terraced rice fields of Sapa and meet the ethnic minorities

The region around Sapa is not to be missed during your Vietnam trip. Sapa itself has lost a lot of charm due to the massive tourism, but once you go out of the city, you will be amazed by the beauty of the landscape and its inhabitants.

Stay in one of the smaller villages (we stayed in Ta Van) and book a trek with a local ethnic guide. As you traverse the terraced rice fields and mountains, you’ll encounter the warm hospitality of the ethnic minorities who call this region home. Engage in cultural exchanges with the Hmong, Red Dao, and other indigenous communities, gaining insight into their traditions and way of life.

The breathtaking vistas and the genuine connections with the local people undoubtedly created some of our nicest memories and were one of our Vietnam highlights!

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Vietnam highlight meet local Hmong

Wander through the charming streets of Hoi An’s Old Town

Step into a magical world as you wander through the enchanting streets of Hoi An’s Old Town, where lantern-lit alleyways and well-preserved heritage buildings create a sense of timeless beauty.

Visiting this UNESCO World Heritage site is a must-do while you are in Vietnam. We stayed in Hoi An for 2,5 weeks and loved the architecture, historic temples and merchant houses, aromas of sizzling street food, and vibrant colors of flowers, food, buildings, and silk lanterns.

Read more: Our favorite things to do in Hoi An

Come here for at least a few days to dive deep into the atmosphere and highlights of Hoi An, but also to explore the rice fields and coast around Hoi An.

Must do Vietnam Hoi An Old Town
Vietnam highlights lanterns Hoi An

Embark on a motorbike or scooter through the stunning landscapes of Vietnam

Renting a motorbike and scooter is definitely one of the best ways to explore the stunning landscapes of Vietnam. Feel the wind in your hair and the thrill of adventure as you navigate the winding mountain roads of the northern highlands, cruise along coastal highways, or weave through the chaotic yet exhilarating urban streets.

We can’t drive a motorbike, but we did rent scooters in many places and it has been one of our favorite things to do in Vietnam. The freedom of two wheels offers an unparalleled way to experience the country’s diverse terrain.

Some of the top drives are the Hai Van Pass (see below) and the Ha Giang Loop. But we loved driving our scooters to the highlands of Sapa, the karst mountains of Phong Nha, and the rice fields of Hoi An as well.

The Ha Giang Loop is up north in the mountains and offers breathtaking scenery. Most people actually book an experienced driver for this loop and sit in the back. A perfect solution if you don’t have any experience driving a motorbike.

TIP: although we highly recommend renting a motorbike or scooter, we do want to remind you that the traffic in Vietnam is a challenge and can be dangerous. If you don’t have any experience at all, we wouldn’t do it or only in the countryside. Try to avoid riding in busy city centers such as Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City.

Driving a scooter through the rice fields of Hoi An
What to do Vietnam Scooter Ride Phong Nha

Witness the beauty of the Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park and caves

Phong Nha is a lesser-known destination in Vietnam and a true hidden gem in Vietnam. The Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park is known for its stunning scenery, limestone karst mountains, network of caves, and underground rivers.

Whether you explore the beautiful Paradise Cave or embark on a boat journey through Phong Nha Cave, you’ll be amazed by the size of these magnificent natural wonders.

In the national park, you can also do adventurous activities such as canyoning, speleology, kayaking, ziplining, and so many more. We also loved driving our scooter through the national park, going from cave to cave, exploring the area, and staying in the lovely little town of Phong Nha.

Must do Vietnam Phong Nha National Park
Vietnam hidden gem Phong Nha cave

Indulge in a traditional Vietnamese cooking class

A fun thing to do in Vietnam is to take a traditional Vietnamese cooking class. Immerse yourself in the country’s vibrant and flavorful cuisine and learn how to make iconic dishes such as pho, fresh spring rolls, or the savory Banh Xeo with a local chef.

A cooking class usually starts with visiting a bustling market to collect the ingredients. Then you prepare the meal while learning and gaining a deeper appreciation for the cultural significance of each ingredient and cooking technique. The experience ends in a shared meal, where you’ll savor the fruits of your labor.

There are many places to experience this fun activity, but we recommend booking a cooking class in Hoi An, where you’ll usually prepare the food between the rice fields and often have a ride in a basket boat to the market.

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What to do Vietnam Cooking Class Hoi An

Marvel at the imperial architecture of the Imperial City in Hue

Hue is another lesser-known hidden gem of Vietnam and something that you should add to your Vietnam travel itinerary. This city used to be the capital of the Nguyen Dynasty empire, with the Vietnamese emperor actually living here until 1945.

Step into the grandeur of Vietnam’s imperial past and marvel at the architecture of the Imperial City in Hue. This UNESCO World Heritage site stands as a testament to the country’s rich history, with its citadel, ornate palaces, and regal gates. Unfortunately, a lot has been damaged during the Vietnam War, but they are continuously renovating the site.

We loved walking around and learning more about Vietnam’s history, feeling like we were transported back to the days of emperors and dynasties with every new building we discovered.

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Imperial city Hue Vietnam Dragon

Take an ethnic herbal bath

Immerse yourself in the ancient traditions of Vietnam by experiencing an ethnic herbal bath in the northern region around Sapa. It’s a rejuvenating ritual that has been passed down through generations by the Red Dao ethnic minority.

In this cultural practice, aromatic herbs and medicinal plants are carefully prepared to create a soothing and therapeutic bath. The experience not only offers physical relaxation but also provides a deeper connection to the country’s rich heritage and the wisdom of traditional healing practices.

TIP: Visit a local spa and enjoy an herbal bath while you overlook the typical terraced rice fields. A unique thing to do in Vietnam that should definitely be on your Vietnam bucket list. Even our kids loved it!

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Visit the temples of the Marble Mountains near Da Nang

The Marble Mountains are located between Hoi An and Da Nang. These 5 karst mountains seem to appear from nowhere, being surrounded by an otherwise flat landscape and the ocean. They are worshipped by the local people and symbolize the five elements: water, earth, fire, metal, and wood.

As you explore the ancient temples nestled on one of these limestone hills, you’ll discover the mystical allure of the Marble Mountains. Ascend through winding pathways to uncover a world of hidden grottoes, and sacred pagodas with stone carvings and centuries-old religious artifacts.

Don’t forget to enjoy the breathtaking panoramic views of the coastline. Come early to this must-visit destination in Vietnam to experience this spiritual place.

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Marble Mountain Cave Vietnam Bucket List

Learn about Vietnam’s wartime history at the War Remnants Museum and Cu Chi tunnels in Ho Chi Minh City

Immerse yourself in the heavy history of Vietnam by visiting the War Remnants Museum and the Cu Chi tunnels in Ho Chi Minh City. Although this is all very confronting to see, it is something you have to visit to understand this country.

At the War Remnants Museum, powerful exhibits and artifacts provide a sobering insight into the country’s wartime experiences, offering a glimpse into the resilience and sacrifices made during the Vietnam War.

Additionally, a journey to the Cu Chi tunnels unveils the underground network that served as a strategic stronghold for the Vietnamese resistance. Go into the labyrinthine passages and gain a profound understanding of the ingenuity and perseverance of the Vietnamese people.

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Must visit War Remnants Museum Ho Chi Minh City

Experience the vibrant chaos of the floating markets in the Mekong Delta

The Mekong Delta is a vast region, located between the tropical island of Phu Quoc and bustling Ho Chi Minh City. Visiting the floating markets and exploring the Mekong Delta by boat is a unique experience that can not be missed on your Vietnam bucket list. But also riding a bike and crossing the many bridges is a fun thing to do.

We booked a tour, which is perfect to immerse yourself in the lively Vietnamese culture as you experience the vibrant chaos of the floating markets in the Mekong Delta. Here, traditional wooden boats filled with colorful fruits, vegetables, and local goods converge on the waterways, creating a bustling and mesmerizing spectacle. Make sure to also order a pho from one of the floating restaurants!

As you navigate through these dynamic markets, you’ll gain a deeper appreciation for the role that the Mekong River plays in the daily lives and commerce of the local communities, offering an unforgettable glimpse into the heart and soul of Vietnam’s rich agricultural heritage.

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Relax on the pristine beaches of Phu Quoc Island

Phu Quoc is Vietnam’s most tropical island and a place that is not to be skipped on your Vietnam bucket list. On Phu Quoc Island, the powdery white sands meet the azure waters of the Gulf of Thailand. We stayed here for a week and enjoyed every minute of it.

Whether you seek secluded coves or a lively beachfront with beach bars and water sports, Phu Quoc offers a diverse array of beach experiences. But don’t forget to discover the rest of the island by scooter with its pepper plantations and lovely hidden gems.

Go watch the sun dip below the horizon on the west coast, while zipping from a cocktail. Phu Quoc truly is the premier tropical getaway in Vietnam.

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Must visit Vietnam Pho Quoc tropical beach

Attend a traditional festival or celebration, such as Tet (Lunar New Year)

We happened to be in Vietnam during the Tet festival and it sure is a fantastic experience to celebrate this traditional festival with the locals.

During this holiday, the country comes alive with colorful decorations (yellow flowers everywhere), busy markets to prepare the food and their home, lively parades, and joyous gatherings that symbolize renewal and hope. From the dragon dances to the fireworks, Tet offers a great insight into Vietnam’s rich cultural heritage and customs.

TIP: Although we loved our time in Vietnam during the Tet festival, you do need to realize it is a very busy time with a lot of tourists, higher prices, and almost no free places for transportation (book your flights, trains, or busses way upfront). The days of the festival, a lot of shops and restaurants are closed.

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Vietnam Hoi An Tet Festival Fireworks

Ride a bicycle through the countryside

One of the bucket list things to do in Vietnam is to embark on a leisurely bicycle ride through the picturesque Vietnamese countryside or even through one of the cities.

Exploring a place by bicycle is, in our opinion, one of the best ways to soak in the traditional Vietnamese life. As you pedal along winding paths and narrow lanes, you’ll encounter scenes of rural life, from farmers working in their fields to children playing by the roadside.

Great places to rent a bicycle or book a bicycle tour are Hoi An, Hanoi, the Mekong Delta, or Phu Quoc. The gentle pace of cycling will allow you to capture the magic these places have to offer.

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Witness the unique beauty of the coast in Mui Ne

Although Mui Ne might be one of the lesser-known places to visit in Vietnam, this coastal town has a lot to offer. Discover the unique beauty of Mui Ne, with its stunning sand dunes, lovely beaches, authentic fishing village, and beautiful coastal landscapes.

We loved walking by the ocean and having a drink or dinner in one of the many beach bars and restaurants, while the welcoming gentle sea breeze made the hot temperatures a lot more bearable. Go to Mui Ne village in the morning, to catch the locals selling fresh fish on the beach.

Whether you like walking down the Fairy Stream, enjoying the views on top of the sand dunes, love the vibrant kitesurfing scene, or want to relax in one of the bars while watching the sunset, Mui Ne promises to give you a great experience, inviting you to immerse yourself captivating ambiance of this coastal gem in Vietnam.

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Mui Ne bucket list Vietnam Fish Market

Take a scenic train journey through Vietnam on a sleeper train

Embark on an unforgettable adventure as you board the iconic Reunification Express, traversing Vietnam’s breathtaking landscapes on a scenic train journey. This train route has been named one of the most beautiful train rides in the world by Lonely Planet.

From the bustling streets of Hanoi (going through the famous Train Street) to the vibrant city of Ho Chi Minh City, the train carries you through the entire country passing the lush countryside, verdant rice paddies, and alongside the beautiful coastline.

Opt for a sleeper train to experience this unique way of traveling in Vietnam and save time on your Vietnam itinerary. We did different parts of this train route and loved all of it!

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Best things to do in Vietnam train ride Hai Van Pass

Seek adventure in Dalat

Unleash your spirit of adventure in the captivating highland city of Dalat, where different exhilarating experiences await. From embarking on thrilling canyoning excursions through cascading waterfalls to exploring the lush pine forests on a mountain biking escapade, Dalat offers an adrenaline-fueled playground for outdoor enthusiasts.

Whether it’s soaring through the treetops on a ziplining adventure, conquering the rugged terrain on an off-road jeep tour, or navigating the serene waters of the Tuyen Lam Lake on a kayaking expedition, Dalat’s natural wonders have boundless opportunities for exploration and excitement.

With its temperate climate, stunning landscapes, and wealth of outdoor activities, Dalat is an adventure seeker’s paradise, perfect for an unforgettable journey through the heart of Vietnam’s highlands.

Explore the Hai Van Pass by motorbike or train

Embark on an unforgettable journey as you explore the legendary Hai Van Pass, located between Hoi An and Hue, whether by motorbike or train, to witness the breathtaking vistas and exhilarating twists and turns of this iconic route.

As you traverse the mountain road, you’ll be treated to panoramic views of the rugged coastline, hills, and the South China Sea. The thrill of navigating the hairpin bends on a motorbike or the leisurely pace of a train ride through this scenery offers an unparalleled perspective on Vietnam’s natural beauty.

The Hai Van Pass is an essential and unforgettable experience for any traveler seeking adventure and amazing landscapes.

We went through the Hai Van Pass by train from Hoi An to Hue. But you can also decide to rent a motorbike and discover the Hai Van Pass as a day trip from Hoi An. Or you book a one-way scooter tour (with or without a driver), where you drive the Hai Van Pass by scooter and they drop your bags at your destination.

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Climb the Mua Viewpoint in Ninh Binh

Mua viewpoint in Ninh Binh is without a doubt one of the most epic viewpoints in Vietnam and a place that has to be on your Vietnam bucket list! We felt like it was one of the most unique things to do in Vietnam.

There are actually two summits here, and both are worth the climb. On one, you’ll find a little pagoda, on the other a huge dragon. Be careful though if you want to take a picture with the dragon! It is not an easy climb to reach it with steep cliffs on both sides.

When you reach each top, a rewarding view of the region’s stunning karst landscapes awaits, with breathtaking scenery revealing a patchwork of lush rice paddies, meandering rivers, and majestic limestone formations.

TIP: come here in the early morning or around sunset, as it can get really crowdy.

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Unique things to do in Vietnam Mua Viewpoint Ninh Binh Family

Visit a local Northern Market

You have to immerse yourself in the Northern Vietnamese culture by visiting a local market, where all the sights, sounds, and aromas will create an authentic and captivating experience.

From the colorful displays of fresh produce and aromatic spices to the lively banter of vendors and the rhythmic hum of daily life, the market offers a journey into the heart of the region with all its minorities, such as the Hmong, red Dao, etc.

Whether you’re perusing handcrafted textiles, sampling delectable street food, or engaging in the art of bargaining, the local Northern markets provide a rich and immersive insight into the traditions, flavors, and community.

In this article, you can find 8 great local markets that you can visit in the north, with the Bac Ha Sunday market being one of the most famous ones. And even the local market in Sapa will already stimulate all your senses!

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Must do in Vietnam northen local market minorities

Watch the train go through Hanoi train street

You’ve probably already seen videos of the famous train street in Hanoi! And we can confirm, that it is absolutely one of the most fun things to do in Vietnam and deserves its place on your Vietnam bucket list.

It’s a captivating spectacle where the rumbling passage of trains through a narrow residential alley creates an unforgettable experience.

As you stand mere feet from the tracks, local life (and also tourists) unfolds around you, and the anticipation builds as the train approaches, signaling a thrilling rush of energy and excitement.

The sight of the train navigating through the narrow corridor, seemingly brushing past the homes and businesses, is something we’ll never forget. And once the train has gone, all the tables are set up again and life continues, as if nothing has ever happened.

TIP: there are actually two train streets. Go to the southern one, where you can still walk on the track and it’s less crowded.

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Vietnam bucket list experience Train street in Hanoi Must do

Try a local beer

You might not expect this, but Vietnam has a great selection of locally brewed craft beers! So, during your Vietnam travels, you need to immerse yourself in the local culture by savoring one of these traditional beers.

There are, of course, the more well-known ones such as Hanoi beer or Bia Saigon. But we recommend diving a bit deeper and trying one of the smaller local beers.

In Hanoi, we went to the Ibiero Brewery and were pleasantly surprised by how good and diverse these craft beers actually were. Here are some more local craft beer breweries you can visit in Hanoi.

Trying a local beer is not just a delightful indulgence, but a cultural immersion that celebrates the country’s vibrant and diverse beer culture. Definitely something you must do in Vietnam!

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Hanoi Vietnam Must do Taste Local Craft Beer

Make your own lantern in Hoi An

The city of Hoi An is known for its romantic and colorful lanterns. But instead of just buying one as a souvenir, you can also immerse yourself in the traditions and rich cultural heritage of Hoi An by partaking in the art of lantern making. A fun thing to do in Vietnam with kids, but even just as adults.

Create your own vibrant lantern, guided by skilled artisans who know the secrets of this ancient craft. As you carefully select colorful silks and delicately mold bamboo frames, you’ll create one of your most unique souvenirs ever.

This is the lantern-making class we booked, and we can highly recommend it. A very fun and affordable experience that promises to be a luminous and unforgettable highlight of your visit to Hoi An.

Read more: Our favorite things to do in Hoi An

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Make your own lantern in Hoi An Vietnam Highlights

Find the best Banh Mi in the country

When in Vietnam, you need to discover the Banh Mi, a beloved and iconic Vietnamese sandwich that tantalizes the taste buds with its blend of flavors and textures. The baguette they use is a heritage of French colonization.

You can find them all over the country, from the bustling streets of Ho Chi Minh City to the charming alleyways of Hoi An or Hanoi, each region offers its own unique take on this culinary delight. And they all compete to be the best Banh Mi in their city.

Whether you’re savoring the crispy baguette filled with savory meats, fresh herbs, and zesty pickles from a humble street vendor, prefer a delicious vegan Banh Mi or indulging in a gourmet interpretation at a renowned Banh Mi establishment, the quest to find the best Banh Mi leads to a delightful exploration of Vietnam’s culinary diversity and rich gastronomic heritage.

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Fun thing to do in Vietnam find the best Banh Mi

Visit Cao Bang and the beautiful Ban Gioc Waterfall

This region is a bit of a hidden gem in Vietnam since not all tourists come here (even though it is getting more popular over the years).

Explore the captivating province of Cao Bang and its array of natural wonders, from the majestic Ban Gioc Waterfall, the largest waterfall in Vietnam, to the stunning landscapes of Nguom Ngao Cave and the serene beauty of Ba Be Lake. Explore the local ethnic minority villages and witness their traditional customs and crafts.

The rugged beauty of Cao Bang’s karst formations, lush forests, and winding rivers provide a picturesque backdrop for adventure and discovery, making it a must-visit destination in northern Vietnam.

Taste the typical Vietnamese egg or salt coffee

Vietnam is a fantastic country for coffee lovers. Not only can you drink traditional coffees, made from Vietnamese coffee beans, but they also have some very typical ones, such as the unique and delightful flavors of Vietnamese egg coffee or salt coffee.

Try the creaminess of egg coffee, where whipped egg yolk creates a texture that harmonizes with the robust coffee, offering a rich experience.

Alternatively, experience the intriguing combination of salt and sweetness in salt coffee, where a pinch of salt enhances the complex flavors of the coffee, creating an unexpected harmony.

Enjoying these specialty coffees at a traditional cafe in Hanoi or a trendy establishment in Ho Chi Minh City is as much of an experience as the taste itself. If you want to dive into the local coffee culture, book one of the coffee workshops or coffee tours.

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Explore the craft villages around Hanoi

If you are exploring the hustling and bustling city of Hanoi, you can not miss the surrounding craft villages, where traditions and artisanal skills have been preserved for generations. Especially as a photography enthusiast, you’ll love watching the locals perform their skills in an authentic and colorful setting.

From the art of traditional pottery in Bat Trang, the famous incense village Quang Phu Cau to the delicate craft of silk weaving in Van Phuc, each village offers a great insight into Vietnam’s rich cultural heritage and a fun experience.

Witness skilled artisans at work, shaping clay, weaving textiles, or fashioning lacquerware, and gain insight into the techniques and artistry of these crafts. Definitely one of the highlights in Northern Vietnam.

Experience a traditional water puppet show

Another beautiful Vietnamese tradition, is a traditional water puppet show, part of the enchanting world of Vietnamese folklore and tradition.

Delight in the performance that brings ancient legends and rural life to life through wooden puppets, which gracefully dance and glide across the water’s surface. The combination of live traditional music, vibrant storytelling, and the skillful manipulation of the puppets creates a captivating spectacle that offers a unique and immersive glimpse into Vietnam’s cultural heritage.

Whether you’re witnessing this age-old art form in Hanoi’s Thang Long Water Puppet Theatre or in a rural village setting, the water puppet show promises to be a fun thing to do in Vietnam.

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Unique things to do Vietnam Water Puppet Show

Have a cocktail on a rooftop in Ho Chi Minh City

Savor the vibrant energy and breathtaking cityscape as you sip from a cocktail at one of the best rooftop bars in Ho Chi Minh City, where the dazzling skyline and bustling streets unfold beneath you.

Whether you choose a modern rooftop bar or one that is nestled in a charming rooftop garden, the panoramic views of the city’s lights and dynamic urban landscape create an unforgettable backdrop for a drink.

With a refreshing cocktail in hand, you’ll soak in the lively ambiance, enjoying the cool evening breeze and the enchanting spectacle of Ho Chi Minh City’s vibrant nightlife. A must-do for any visitor seeking to capture the essence of this dynamic metropolis.

That’s a wrap! We hope you liked our Vietnam bucket list with the best things to do in Vietnam! If you have any questions, let us know!

Happy Vietnam travels!

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