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Check out this video of Vietnam’s unmatched landscapes

Saturday, November 27, 2021, 08:40 GMT+7
Check out this video of Vietnam’s unmatched landscapes

Viet Nam: Di de yeu! - Song tron ven o Viet Nam,” or “Vietnam: Travel to Love! - Live fully in Vietnam” in English, was released on Tuesday to introduce the world to some of Vietnam’s most stunning beaches, islands, cities and towns.  

The video, which is part of a program to promote Vietnam's tourism on YouTube launched by the Tourism Information Technology Center under the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism, is meant to inspire foreign tourists and local travelers alike to visit the country’s amazing beaches as Vietnam’s tourism industry begins its recovery post-COVID-19.  

The two-minute video clip takes the audience on a journey to discover and experience Vietnam’s culture, nature, and landscapes.

On display is the poetic beauty of famous beaches in Phu Quoc and Nha Trang, as well as the magnificent wonders of Ha Long Bay, where thousands of undulating rocky islands rise out of crystal clear waters and the country's rich primeval forests.

The footage of Phu Quoc, with its stunning coastline and luxurious, world-class resorts, hotels, and entertainment complexes, is particularly captivating.

Equally as impressive is the vibrant and bustling lifestyle in coastal cities, as well as the variety of activities to try, such as paragliding, golf, coral diving, and water sports, all of which continue to make an impression on visitors to Da Nang and Nha Trang, two prominent landmarks on Vietnam’s tourist map.

This screenshot shows a primeval forest in Vietnam is captured from “Vietnam: Travel to Love! - Live fully in Vietnam” video.
This screenshot shows a primeval forest in Vietnam is captured from “Vietnam: Travel to Love! - Live fully in Vietnam” video.

On Vietnam’s central tourist route, the world cultural heritage site of Hoi An is noteworthy. With moss-roofed buildings, historic yellow-painted walls, and long-standing traditional artisan villages such as lanterns, pottery, lacquer, and carpentry workshops, the ancient town in Quang Nam Province appears as a rustic and lyrical picture.

Visitors are immersed in the tranquil environment of the ancient town nestled on the scenic Hoai River and are able to experience local culture through events like lantern releases, singing huts, and sampling famous cuisine, such as cao lau and mi quang.

This screenshot from “Vietnam: Travel to Love! - Live fully in Vietnam” video shows a bird's-eye view of Hoi An Ancient Town, Quang Nam Province, Vietnam.
This screenshot from “Vietnam: Travel to Love! - Live fully in Vietnam” video shows a bird's-eye view of Hoi An Ancient Town, Quang Nam Province, Vietnam.
This screenshot is captured from “Vietnam: Travel to Love! - Live fully in Vietnam” video.
This screenshot is captured from “Vietnam: Travel to Love! - Live fully in Vietnam” video.
This screenshot is captured from “Vietnam: Travel to Love! - Live fully in Vietnam” video.
This screenshot is captured from “Vietnam: Travel to Love! - Live fully in Vietnam” video.
This screenshot is captured from “Vietnam: Travel to Love! - Live fully in Vietnam” video.
This screenshot is captured from “Vietnam: Travel to Love! - Live fully in Vietnam” video.

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