“Top Travel Destinations in Vietnam Recommended by TikTok”

Visiting Vietnam can be an unforgettable experience due to its stunning natural landscapes, which make for amazing TikTok videos.

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Recently, a TikTok account named @ozunanek has become exceptionally popular on social media due to a series of clips showcasing some of the most stunning images of Vietnamese nature. One of these clips features four places in Vietnam that boast an unparalleled beauty that is simply out of this world.

In a matter of days, this video has garnered over two million views and thousands of likes, affirming that these four destinations are renowned among travelers in Vietnam and beyond.

1. Son Doong Cave, Hoa Binh (Hang Son Doong)

Photo: CNN
Photo: CNN

The cave is located in the Quang Binh province of Vietnam and was discovered in 2009.

The renowned Son Doong cave is one of the most impressive natural wonders in the world. Located in the Quang Binh province of Vietnam, it was discovered in 2009 and quickly became renowned among adventurers and visitors. The sheer size of the cave means it can accommodate a 40-floor skyscraper and is even large enough for a Boeing 747 plane to fly through without a hitch. Its awe-inspiring beauty and grandeur makes it a must-visit destination.

Coming to Son Doong cave, tourists are instantly transported to an otherworldly landscape—one of such stunning beauty that it almost “doesn’t feel real”, as @ozunanek puts it. Only when you witness it firsthand can you truly grasp the mesmerizing beauty of this one-of-a-kind destination.

Photo: Oxalisadventure
Photo: Oxalisadventure

However, what makes Son Doong truly unique and renowned is the hidden underground world within the cave. It is home to a variety of complex and giant stalactites, some reaching up to 80m in height, as well as primeval rainforests. This remarkable cave also has its own ecosystem, weather, and an enigmatic underground river that has yet to be fully explored.

In recent years, tours to explore this stunning destination have been on the rise – but it’s highly recommended that tourists undergo a training course to ensure they are in the best physical condition to conquer this natural wonder.

2. Ta Xua, Son La

Photo: Local Vietnam
Photo: Local Vietnam

Ta Xua is a highland commune, located on the border of Tram Tau district, Yen Bai. Since 2011, the road connecting these two districts through Ta Xua has been opened, allowing more adventurers to explore every corner of this stunning place and go on “cloud hunting” trips. With its majestic mountain range, lush greenery, and fresh highland air, Ta Xua is the perfect destination for those seeking a unique and exciting adventure.

Surrounded by towering mountains, the Ta Xua Valley is often blanketed with thick layers of clouds, creating a stunning and surreal scene that is sure to captivate visitors from the first glance. The billowing clouds seem to crash against the cliffs like waves, creating an awe-inspiring view that is simply unforgettable.

The best time to go cloud hunting in Ta Xua is from October to April next year, so remember not to miss out on this opportunity.

3. Binh Lieu, Quang Ninh

Binh Lieu is a stunning mountainous district situated in the northeastern corner of Vietnam, at a distance of roughly 100 km from the heart of Quang Ninh and 300 km from Hanoi. Often dubbed as the “Little Sapa of Quang Ninh Province”, this place is an idyllic destination for tourists and photographers alike, offering spectacular sights and plenty of opportunities for taking amazing Instagram check-in photos.

Photo: ALONGWALKER
Photo: ALONGWALKER

One of the most exhilarating experiences for adventurers is mountain biking on dangerous and challenging roads. Surrounded by majestic mountains and lush meadows, these routes provide an adrenaline-filled journey and a sense of tranquility. Whether you’re an experienced cyclist or a beginner, mountain biking lets you explore the beauty of nature while testing your skills and conquering any obstacles in your path. So, grab your bike and hit the trails!

4. Trang An, Ninh Binh

It has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2014 and is the most visited tourist attraction in Vietnam.

The Trang An Complex in Ninh Binh is the ultimate destination for “unreal beauty”, as recommended by @ozunanek. It boasts a system of limestone mountains that are estimated to be around 250 million years old. This remarkable site was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2014 and has since become one of the most popular tourist attractions in Vietnam.

Photo: Bao Lao Dong
Photo: Bao Lao Dong

Stretching a total area of more than 2,168 hectares across 8 communes in Hoa Lu and Gia Vien districts in Ninh Binh City, Trang An is a complex of stunning sights, including the Hoa Lu Ancient Citadel preserved area, a variety of caves, and the majestic Bai Dinh Pagoda. This remarkable destination offers visitors an unforgettable experience and is a must-see for anyone visiting the area.

Take a leisurely cruise around the Trang An Scenic Landscape Complex in Vietnam and you’ll be transported to a world of ancient kings. With 47 grottos and caves, 31 valleys, and the hallowed Bai Dinh Pagoda, you can imagine yourself as a ruler of times past, navigating the majestic mountains as walls, the winding rivers as roads, and the mysterious caves as palaces.

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Charlotte Pho