25 Photos to Inspire You to Visit Vietnam

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It’s official—Vietnam is one of my favourite countries in the entire world.

Two days into our trip and I was already mentally planning when I can come back again. We traveled from Northern Vietnam all the way to the most Southern region of Vietnam, and we’ve discovered that each village, town and city has its own unique identity.

Idyllic landscapes, romantic emerald rivers, gorgeous food, vibrant coffee culture and the warmest people you will ever meet; there are so many reasons to visit Vietnam that the list would be endless. That is why today, I’ll be showing you the Vietnam I experienced. All through my eyes and my camera lenses for a little Vietnam inspiration magic.

If you’re already planning to visit Vietnam or considering a trip to Vietnam, be sure to read the essential information for Vietnam and checkout the my other free travel guides for Vietnam! You can also explore what Vietnam has to offer by visiting this website.

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Vietnam Inspiration / Hanoi
Vietnam Inspiration / Hanoi
Vietnam Inspiration / Hanoi
Vietnam Inspiration / Hanoi
Vietnam Inspiration / Hanoi
Vietnam Inspiration / Hanoi
Vietnam Inspiration / Hanoi
Vietnam Inspiration / Hanoi
Vietnam Inspiration / Hanoi
Vietnam Inspiration / Hoi An
Vietnam Inspiration / Hoi An
Vietnam Inspiration / Hoi An
Vietnam Inspiration / Hanoi
Vietnam Inspiration / Hanoi
Vietnam Inspiration / Hanoi
Vietnam Inspiration / Halong Bay
Vietnam Inspiration / Hanoi
Vietnam Inspiration / Hanoi
Vietnam Inspiration / Hoi An
Vietnam Inspiration / Cat Ba
Vietnam Inspiration / Hoi An
Vietnam Inspiration / Hoi An
Vietnam Inspiration / Halong Bay
Vietnam Inspiration / Hoi An
Vietnam Inspiration / Cat Ba

Of course, there is so much more to Vietnam than these photos and it’s truly one of the most interesting countries I’ve ever had the privilege to discover. The delectable blend of tastes every time I eat a Vietnamese street food, the rich smoothness of their coffee, the warmth and modesty that exudes from the Vietnamese friends I’ve encountered—there are all essences I couldn’t capture with my camera.

But until you can go there and experience it all for yourselves, here’s a little sprinkle of inspiration for Vietnam.

If you want to explore more of Vietnam and all its beauty, then definitely discover all my travel guides on Vietnam by clicking here.
All photos in this post are edited using my free summer Lightroom presets collection! You can access the whole collection right
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Comments

  1. Fran Jorgensen

    I am seriously considering visiting vietnam with my family and this post just sold it to me! I love all the green spaces and the tropical vibes of this gorgeous country!

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  2. britstrawbrigde

    Such wonderful pictures in here. I love all the views you captured. Very nice. I’m starting to love Vietnam more than ever.

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      Miriam

      The red bridge is also a personal favourite of mine, haha. Being always 20 minutes away from ready to go sounds like an adventurous life to me!

  3. alison

    Wow these photos are absolutely amazing. I would love to visit Vietnam one day with my family. Hopefully soon, especially after seeing these pictures

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  4. Lala

    I went to Vietnam last year and I had an amazing time there! The food was fantastic! But the one thing I can’t get used to is crossing the street while there’s a lot of car passing by. It surprised me at first on how they managed to do it, but I just followed the local way. And to be honest, that was an eye opening to me. Such a lovely time there, I hope one day I will visit Vietnam again. I do miss their food a lot.

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      Miriam

      Haha, that’s exactly what we were boggled by on our first day in Hanoi! Our Hanoian friend just told us to walk straight calmly, without speeding, and with confidence. And the food! Oh, you’ve gotta go back JUST for the food!

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