Hanoi ranks second in top 10 honeymoon cities in Asia

The magazine described the city as a “great place to get away for a romantic trip, experience Vietnamese culture, learn about their history, and have some delicious food.”

Hanoi ranks second in top 10 honeymoon cities in Asia

 A couple snaps at Phung Hung mural street in Hanoi's Old Quarter. Photo: Local Lens

Hanoi and Nha Trang are listed among ten best cities in Asia for the newlyweds to go for honeymoon by the travel guide magazine The Travel.

Accordingly, the capital of Vietnam is described as “thousands of years old” city, which boasts significant historical and cultural values.

“This city is one that is still rich with culture, for people that want to really experience the best parts of Vietnam while being in the city,” The Travel writes.

Besides, Hanoi is the second finest destination in Asia, which can provide “everything that a happy couple going on their honeymoon could ask for” including ancient temples, museums, and shopping centers.

The magazine described the city as a “great place to get away for a romantic trip, experience Vietnamese culture, learn about their history, and have some delicious food.”

 

Besides, the coastal city of Nha Trang was also named in the list with enthralling beaches, ancient temples, and the remnants of the ancient Champa Kingdom along with the modern Vinpearl Amusement Park.

The Travel’s list also features other cities in Asia including Chiang Mai (Thailand), Bali (Indonesia), Singapore, Kyoto (Japan), Luang Prabang (Laos), Tea Country (Sri Lanka), Roh Rong Island (Cambodia) and El Nido (The Philippines). Hanoitimes

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