What Chinese should know before travelling Vietnam

According to General statistics office, the number of total international tourist to Vietnam is increasing every month by Chinese visitors. In addition, Vietnam National Administration of Tourism also state that 2.5 million Chinese tourists visited last year to Vietnam. Therefore, It is said that Vietnam now become much the favorite destination of Chinese tourist.

How to get Vietnam Visa in China

The first requirement for Chinese citizen planning to Vietnam is obtain Vietnam visa in advance. No matter what your purpose is, Vietnam visa is required for all Chinese passport holders to enter Vietnam. At present, Vietnam visa on arrival is the easiest and quickest way to get your visa, but you may only do so if traveling through Vietnam international airports. All procedure is complete online with fixed fee and processing time, you can go online www.vietnam-visa.com to get specific information.

Where to visit

After your entry visa has already been prepared, you should make list of the most suitable and best activities to experience during your trip in Vietnam. Following are the most attractive destinations in Vietnam for your reference.

Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City may be the most famous cities in Vietnam. While Hanoi is an ancient city which had been established and developed for almost 1,000 years since 1010, Ho Chi Minh City is the bustling largest city and the economic central of Vietnam. Travelling Ho Chi Minh, you can explore many lakes, parks, shady boulevards and more than 600 temples, pagodas in the charming Vietnamese capital, whereas visiting Ho Chi Minh City will bring you an difference experience through many places like the War Remnants Museum, Jade Emperor Pagoda, Ben Thanh Market, etc.


Beauty of one corner of Ho Chi Minh

Another attractive city is Hoi An which is one of the 10 best cities for travelling in Asia by Smart Travel Asia. Hoi An is located on the central Vietnamese coast which still retains an old world ambience and a rich historical quality and be the fusion of international culture of Vietnamese, Chinese, French and Japanese. There are three world Heritage sites around Hoi An: Hue Imperial citadel, My Son ruin Temples, Phong Nha Cave. Travelling Hoi An, you will experience a  fresh and beautiful environment with great seafood along the beach.
On your trip to Hoi An, you can visit two other beautiful cities nearby: Hue and Da Nang. There are a lot of famous historic sites in Hue, especially those that are UNESCO World Heritage designated such as the ornate Imperial Citadel, colorful Thanh Toan Bridge, royal tombs and the Forbidden Purple City and Hue Jungle Crevice. In Da Nang, visitor can explore the limestone vanes and Buddhist grottos of the Marble Mountains and a variety of tasty street food.
Above are some recommended destination for those who have a plan to travel Vietnam. Besides, Vietnam still has many other attractions such as Da Lat, Nha Trang, Sapa, etc. Hope that you will find the best and most suitable place to visit in Vietnam.