Vietnam among world’s incredible places you could study next year
Updated at Friday, 14 Sep 2018, 16:18
The Hanoitimes - Global Grad has announced its list of the six incredible places you could study next year to offer invaluable life experience gained.
Vietnam has been the second among the six incredible places you could study next year, according to a list released by Global Grad, a UK company that aims to help students travel the world whilst studying for a degree.
Ham Ninh fishing village in Phu Quoc island.
Global Grad advises travelers that Vietnam boasts dramatic landscapes, epic food and a fantastically rich history, so if you’re a coffee lover you’ll undoubtedly want to visit this iconic country.
“As the second biggest producer in the world, Vietnam knows a little something about good coffee. Served with sweetened condensed milk, this makes for an unmissable treat while packing in those extra study hours,” Global Grad wrote.
Simultaneously, you can visit floating markets, the Son Doong Cave (the biggest cave in the world) and Sapa, a hill station in the Northwest of Vietnam which is undoubtedly one of the country’s best scenes; its dramatic rice terraces make this an unmissable trip. These destinations far outweigh the four walls of a typical lecture theatre… all helped of course by the mouth-watering Vietnamese delicacy of rice pancakes.
Thailand tops the list, followed by Vietnam, Singapore, Prague, Zagreb, North America.
Earlier, News Nation, an Indian newspaper, named Vietnam the number one destination among the top cheapest countries you can visit without having to empty you bank account.
News Nation suggesed that the mountain resort of Da Lat in the central highlands is the perfect feast. Untouched and undeveloped Vietnam is a super cheap travel destination, as well as a beautiful country of lush mountain scapes and sweeping white sands.
Other places to visit while in this beautiful country can include Hanoi, which retains some of the French food culture where you will find some great patisseries producing croissants. Have a pint of Vietnam’s most popular brew, Bia Hoi and stop over in one of the eccentric fairytale rooms of the Crazy House.
Vietnam welcomed some 10.4 million foreign visitors in the first eight months of 2018, a 22.8% increase from the same period last year, the General Statistics Office (GSO) has announced.
Arrivals by air, road, and sea in the reviewed period recorded annual increases of 17.3%, 62.1% and 1.6%, respectively while growth was also seen in the numbers of visitors from all five continents.