Some simply love taking photos more than others, the joy of finding a new location or setting is so special. We get it and we’ve got you covered. So when you travel to Vietnam, there will not be a lack of camera-ready location ever.
- Danang – Hoi An
These two beautiful cities are amongst the most popular destinations in Vietnam. Full of different photogenic locations, from white sand beaches, The Golden Bridge (Bana Hills) in Danang to the colorful old town to the one and only mural village named Bich Hoa Village near Hoi An. The locations are close to each other and there are just endless possibilities for awesome photos.
Golden Bridge (Cre: @caivinhtuananh)
Hoi An Old Town
Bich Hoa Village
- Phu Quoc Island
If you love taking photos at a perfect-looking beach, with crystal clear water, soft white sand and warm rays of sun, look no further than Phu Quoc Island. You can also find some unique architectures on the beach at a new resort/beach club on the island. A little piece of paradise.
Bai Sao beach, Phu Quoc
Sunset Sanato Beach Club, Phu Quoc (Cre: @cherry_blackcherry)
- Dalat – The City of Lovers
There are lots of names people called this city – The City of Eternal Springs, The City Of Flowers, City Of Thousand of Pine Trees, The Paris of Vietnam,… but the most famous one must be The City of Lovers. If you plan to get good couple shots for Instagram, Dalat city should be on your list. It’s a cool place for mountain retreats and famous for its many great photogenic locations.
Pine Tree Forest (Cre: @nhonhonguyen226)
Dalat Old Train Station
- Ha Giang
This city in northern Vietnam offers a very unique and adventure-style of photography. You can ride a bike around, stop for the breathtaking views and take shots from many angles of the rugged beauty. Ha Giang is also ideal if you enjoy some trekking and hiking.
Majestic landscape of Ha Giang
Riding motorbikes on the mountains
- Mekong Delta
We’re finishing with a big one – Mekong Delta – consists of 12 provinces – the region in southwestern Vietnam where the Mekong River approaches and empties into the sea through a network of distributaries. There are so many colors and amazing diversity that you can bring to your Insta-worthy photo collections, from the bustle and hustle of the Can Tho floating market to the serene boat ride through the Tra Su Cajuput Forest and Bird Sanctuary.
When it comes to the money shot, the locals are happy to lend you the Vietnamese conical hat to give your pics the authentic touch.
Ben Tre city (Credit: @true_routes)
Cai Rang Floating Market in Can Tho city
Vietnam is home to various attractions and Instagrammable spots, the five above is only the start. Let your creativity flow and capture fantastic travel photos that you’ll want to share with everyone you know!
Hong Lam Nguyen
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