Best Places to Enjoy Sunset in Vietnam
Sunsets can be picture perfect and exactly fit in the camera as one of the beautiful pictures or images taken in file. A sunrise or sunset is always popular in most of the tourist destinations. It is extremely popular here in Vietnam because of the relinguishing nature of the sunset. They are treated so special wih the exquisite beauty of the nature. The sun shows its true color of orange and red during the sunset and quickly hides its face in the ocean. If you want to see the beautiful sensets of Vietnam, below this post are some special places you can have the nice experience.
The river and waterways in Hoi An are always calm but full of color. Boats of all shapes, sizes and styles wow you into the beautiful world at the end of the day. We highly recommend to take a night-time boat ride, where you’ll see the buildings on the river banks lit up with beautiful traditional lanterns.
For the best sunset viewing, hire a moped or push-bike, grab your camera and explore the rice paddies just outside the city around dusk. It will be quieter and you will witness the sun setting over the paddies, reflecting off the tiny, winding tributaries of the Thu Bon River – a truly once in a lifetime experience.
Sunset in Chau Doc, An Giang
Chau Doc, a town of An Giang Province, lies on the riverside of mighty Mekong Delta River. Next to the border between Vietnam and Cambodia, Chau Doc is one of the most attractive Vietnam countryside destinations.
After trekking to Sam Mountain, admiring the grand view of Mekong Delta from the peak, it wows you by its dramatic sunset towards Cambodia. Here in Vietnam, you enjoy the fantasizing twilight of both two prettiest Indochina countries.
A meek and affable Chau Doc with ancient Cambodia seems more marvelous at the end of the day. In contrast to the sunset on the big bridges or long beach, twilight in the countryside with background of lush young rice paddy, actually guide you to the most peaceful villages’ harmony with nature. You are in for a special treat. When the sun disappears gradually, you are bathed in a magic and in deep emotional one.
Halong Bay is one of the Vietnam’s most recognizable landscapes. A popular form of accommodation is to spend the night sleeping in the bay aboard or boat. It provides the perfect place to watch the sun reach down to the horizon.
Dubbled “Halong Bay on land”, the landscape of Tam Coc in Vietnam’s northern province of Ninh Binh features similar tree-topped limestone karsts, however here they are interspersed with rice fields and the Ngo Dong River. The area is absolutely beautiful and, as such, makes up part of the Trang An Landscape Complex UNESCO World Heritage Site, declared in 2014. As with Halong Bay, the area is known for its caves; Tam Coc actually translates to “three caves”.
To explore the area, we suggest either hiring a boat to take you along the river or hiring a push-bike and pottering your way around the rice paddies at your own pace. Be sure to find a place amongst the fields to watch the sunset, because witnessing it in this naturally spectacular setting is not one to miss.
Besides charming places to enjoy sunset, there are many other destinations in Vietnam that worth considering for your natural cultural and historical expeditions.