Sa Pa and Da Lat become among Asia’s new best destinations in 2017
December 20, 2016
Sapa and DaLat, two cities in Vietnam with a cloudy climate and chill weather in all year round, were voted on the top ten destinations on the rise in Asia according to millions of tourists’ reviews on the reliable tourism website Trip Advisor about the quality of accommodation, destination, restaurant and growth of room booking demand.
Dalat – which is also known as The City of Flowers, The Foggy Land came in at number four and Sapa followed at number six.
Surrounded by mountains and pine trees on The Central Highland of Lamdong, Dalat becomes an ideal place for travellers who are seeking a city with magnificent scenes, delicate French structures and numerous veggie farms.
Tourists are highly recommended to make a way to Lang Biang peak, buildings of Bao Dai, the last emperor of Vietnam, Dalat flowers park or the aerial cable in Robin hills. If you’re keen to challenge yourself in X-games, this is the ideal place to experience from A to Z.
Located 2,000 kilometres away from the North, Sapa is well-known as a trekking trail and has attracted a hundred thousands of tourists every year to come for its charm.
With beautiful yellow paddy fields in harvest season and spectacular view, peaks and forests, Sapa is a place that tourists should not skip out when travelling in Vietnam. The “Love Market” is a traditional event organized on Saturday night will give you a very interesting experience to explore the local culture.
Other top ten ranking destinations included Baku city (Azerbaijan, first place), El Nido (Phillipines, second), Jodhpur (India, third), Jeju (Republic of Korea, fifth), Hualien (Taiwan, seventh), Kuching (Malaysia, eight), Kota Kinabalu (Malaysia, ninth) and George Town (Malaysia, tenth).
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