Thrillist, a leading US food, drink and travel website, has suggested 12 things visitors to Vietnam should not miss such as tasting coffee, strolling around Hoan Kiem Lake in Hanoi and discovering Sapa frontier towship and Ban Gioc waterfall.



             Sa Pa in the northern province of Lao Cai



                 Ban Gioc waterfall in the northern province of Cao Bang



            Hoan Kiem lake in the centre of HaNoi capital city



                  HaLong bay in Quang Ninh province



          Thien Mu pagoda in Thua Thien Hue



           Hoi An Ancient city in central Quang Nam province



                             An Bang beach in Quang Nam




          Notre-Dame cathedral basilica in Ho Chi Minh city

                                                               Source: VOV

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