With war tourism being one of its biggest draws, it does not come as a surprise that Ho Chi Minh’s Museum that is stacked with war remnants, and war-themed historical park that draws its ideas from an underground guerrilla troop base that existed back in the day, are on every tourists checklist on their trip to South Vietnam.
As far as beaches go, tourists usually stop by Nha Trang, that has breathtaking islands such as Monkey island, Ebony island, Bamboo island and Silkworm island. If you are looking for something different, then you may want to stop by the Phu Quoc Island, where you can find everything from pepper fields to POW camps. Adventure enthusiasts would enjoy biking, trekking or rock climbing in the Central Highlands in South Vietnam. If French architecture and scenic vistas are what you’re looking for then Dalat may be right up your alley.