Best places to visit in the winter in VIet Nam

In the winter and spring, the Northwest mountains are great such as : Moc Chau, Ta Xua (Son La), Sapa (Lao Cai), Da Lat (Lam Dong). There are other destinations as well: Nghe An, Mau Son (Lang Son), Phu Quoc (Kien Giang)

Moc Chau (Mộc Châu)

Moc Chau, a mountainous district of Son La, is about 200km away from Hanoi.
Moc Chau plateau is like the Mongolian steppe of Vietnam with grass and grass.
In the winter, it attracts tourists to carpets of white mustard flowers so it is also like second Da Lat

Moc Chau in the winter

Ta Xua (Tà Xùa)

Ta Xua mountain is located in Bac Yen district (Son La), about 250km away from Ha Noi. The spectacular mountains and deep valley are covered with white clouds. For breathtaking views this is a great destination.

Ta Xua ocean of clouds

Nghia Dan – Nghe An (Nghĩa Đàn – Nghệ An)

The central province of Nghe An is popular to tourists with vibrant yellow colours of endless wild sunflower fields in Nghia Son commune, Nghia Dan district. It’s a fantastic place to take some memorable photos.

Sunflower field in Nghia Dan

Da Lat (Đà Lạt)

Tourists also swarm to Da Lat at this time of year to take beautiful photos with mimosa flowers. Da Lat is scenic all year around and during December the colors of Da Lats natural surrounding vibrant and mesmerizing

Da Lat

Phu Quoc Island (Phú Quốc)

The best time to go to Phu Quoc island is from November to early March. Beautiful beaches and 22 islets in the island are ideal places for visitor to explore. If you’re keen for an adventure hopping from one islet to the next and enjoying some delicious seafood then Phu Quoc island is for you. It is a resort paradise for tourists in December.

Phu Quoc beach

Mau Son – Lang Son (Mẫu Sơn – Lạng Sơn)

Mount Mau Son is a mountain in Loc Binh district (Lang Son), in northeastern Vietnam. It is located about 170 km northeast of the Ha Noi and about 30 km east of Lang Son City close to the international border between Vietnam and China. The highest peak of Mount Mau Son reaches about 1,600 m above sea level.

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